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Hannah Rosenberg from the crypto space joins us on this episode of Proof of Love to discuss relationships, dating, love & so much more! Find out how Hannah stays happy in her almost 10 year marriage & if marriages should follow a “cultural default”. Also is it possible to have a long term monogamous relationship, what is the best way to hit on someone and so much else on this exciting episode! Thank you to Vaultoro for sponsoring!
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Hannah Rosenberg is an e-commerce developer, economist, educator and entrepreneur with a degree in Economics from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Hannah teaches Blockchain courses at both The Blockchain Institute and at UIC’s College of Business Administration. She is the founder of Velas Commerce, a cryptocurrency integration and consultancy business, she is the Managing Director The Blockchain Institute, and is the organizer of Chicago’s largest blockchain community group, the Chicago Bitcoin and Open Blockchain Meetup.
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As of press time, Ethereum has passed block #9068000, putting it within 1000 blocks of the scheduled Istanbul hard fork, which should take place at around 23:30 UTC. The much-anticipated shift to Istanbul will be the Ethereum network’s first hard fork since February’s Constantinople. Both are stages of a broader phase of ongoing development that began in 2017 called Metropolis. What is changing? Cointelegraph has covered Ethereum’s ongoing developments extensively, as have the developers. Broadly speaking, Istanbul should be streamlining the network in accordance with Metropolis’s overall goals of scaling the network. Specifically, Istanbul will expand interoperability with privacy token Zcash. The upgrade will also make zk-SNARKs (Zero-Knowledge Succinct Non-Interactive Arguments of Knowledge) cheaper. zk-SNARKs allow users to demonstrate knowledge without exposing that knowledge — a technology critical to Ethereum’s recent privacy enhancements. How to prepare? Per a Nov. 20 blog post from the Ethereum Foundation, if you hold Ether (ETH) or use the network, you probably don’t need to do anything unless you receive instructions otherwise from your exchange or wallet service. If you are a miner or node…Dec 7, 2019
Ethereum is still facing resistance near the $155 and $156 levels levels against the US Dollar. The price is likely to make a sustained move higher once it breaks the $156 resistance. There is a key declining channel forming or a bullish flag with resistance near $154 on the hourly chart of ETH/USD (data feed via Kraken). The price could start a fresh decline only if it settles below the $142 support area. Ethereum price is consolidating gains above key supports versus the US Dollar, similar to bitcoin. ETH price could rally towards $165 once it clears the $156 resistance. Ethereum Price Analysis Yesterday, there was an upside extension of the recovery initiated from $132 in Ethereum against the US Dollar. ETH price climbed above the key $150 resistance and the 100 hourly simple moving average. Moreover, the price broke the $152 resistance and tested the next key resistance area near the $155 level. A high was formed near the $156 level and the price is currently consolidating gains. It corrected below the $152 level. Besides, there was a push…Nov 29, 2019
Quique Setién has never managed at an elite level. New coach appears to be Valverde 2.0. Barcelona should have gone back to its roots or gone bold. After the shambles of Valverde’s protracted firing, FC Barcelona has taken the uninspired, conservative route once more. This is not an appointment their biggest rivals will be losing too much sleep over. So, thanks for the memories, Ernesto, it was fun. Apart from when it was Roma, Liverpool, or Jeddah. Back to back La Liga titles and a Copa del Rey was not enough to mask over the tactical horror shows that saw Barcelona implode in the last two editions of the Champions League. These memories suddenly brought back to the fore with last week’s loss in Jeddah to Atlético. The history repeating itself manner of that defeat the straw that broke the camel’s back. The club then embarrassed itself with the way it handled Valverde’s firing and his replacement hardly sets the pulse racing. Quique who? Setién. Still not sure? Quique Setién is a known scholar of the beautiful game. He loves…Jan 14, 2020
This is part of a series of op-eds previewing the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. CoinDesk will be on the ground in Davos from Jan. 20–24 chronicling all things crypto at the annual gathering of the world’s economic and political elite. Follow along by subscribing to our pop-up newsletter, CoinDesk Confidential: Davos. Jill Carlson is a Principal on the investing team at Slow Ventures. The opinions below are her own. “Transactions are slow and costly.” “What is it backed by?” “Can we conduct anti–money laundering compliance?” “There are serious security flaws.” “It carries tremendous operational risks.” “We have concerns around stability.” Are these comments about cash or cryptocurrency? It is a little hard to say. The similarities between the two represent an uncomfortable truth, particularly when you consider that many of the parties who have leveled such criticisms at cryptocurrencies over the last three years have been the issuers and defenders of cash itself: central banks. Ahead of the annual meeting in Davos, where many central bankers, movers and shakers will gather to discuss what the future of finance holds, it…Jan 15, 2020
Twitter Facebook reddit Pinterest Hacker News LinkedIn Tumblr Google+ VKontakte Less than a year after claiming the near worthless copyright claims on Bitcoin, the leading proponents of BSV are now making claims on public ledgers of Bitcoin [BTC] and Bitcoin Cash [BCH] altogether. Calvin Ayre, the founder of Coingeek and leading BSV proponent tweeted, BSV is the only platform out there that is original protocol on original chain and it and it alone has legal rights to the database. Danger ahead for fakes. According to their assertions, the records on the public ledgers of Bitcoin hard-forks belong to BSV. Twitter Facebook reddit Pinterest Hacker News LinkedIn Tumblr Google+ VKontakte Twitter Facebook reddit Pinterest Hacker News LinkedIn Tumblr Google+ VKontakte CSW Makes Claim on Public Ledgers of Cryptocurrencies (Source) In a reply to Grayscale Investments, one of the leading trust platforms for Bitcoin and crypto investments which does not include BSV, Ayre says, BSV owns the entire data on chain market globally. Is undervalued on the corrupt exchanges but is still 3rd place (Ripple and Eth are not true PoW chains so…Feb 6, 2020
Jan 27, 2020 at 09:44 // News Many times, to explain the uncertainty of companies and organizations in understanding the benefits of digital innovation, information asymmetry has been spoken of. The value of innovation including cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology, so often, could not be perceived as such by businesses, organizations or citizens in Italy. It was like receiving a full and detailed answers, but to a question that had been asked… Today, what makes us consider 2019 a special year is that in many cases the answers that technology and market have given coincide with the right questions. And if 2020 appears first and foremost as a half-full glass, the first reason is in the newfound symmetry between innovation and the reality of things. There are many areas where the benefits of this harmony are felt such as digital payments (like Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies), Industry 4.0, the blockchain and distributed ledger technology (DLT). Payments 4.0: From Innovative Payments as an App to Pagers as a Platform It is rarely used in the world of finance, banking and payment, but…Jan 27, 2020
International journalist and media defender of Bitcoin Max Keiser gave a presentation at Labitconf in Montevideo, Uruguay, in which he explained the impact that cryptocurrencies generate in the global scenario and particularly in the Latin American region. With a talk entitled “Why Bitcoin Matters in Emerging Markets,” Keiser took the stage in his casual style, with a sports jacket and shorts, but mainly with a very critical tone towards trust money and the traditional economic and financial system. Keiser stressed that Bitcoin‘s first function is to clean up the mess left in the world by fiat money. One of the points he highlighted during the presentation was: “The inherent violence of fiat money must be replaced by the peaceful nature of Bitcoin.” On the other hand, he noted that politicians in the United States are beginning to take into account what cryptocurrencies are all about, and quoted Representative Brad Sherman, who had acknowledged that Bitcoin‘s purpose is to take their power away. For Keiser, “Bitcoin is the currency of a global revolution and the nightmare of trust money,” as he…Dec 13, 2019
Despite being up and running for six years, the United Kingdom-based crypto platform, DSX only listed Ripple’s XRP at the end of last year. Speaking in an interview with Coinfomania, the CEO of DSX Mike Rymanov talked about all the ins and outs that the platform looks for. Despite being up and running for six years, the United Kingdom-based crypto platform, DSX only listed Ripple’s XRP at the end of last year. The platform has supported several other cryptocurrencies for many years but seeing them list XRP was a big feat for the firm. Speaking in an interview with Coinfomania, the CEO of DSX Mike Rymanov talked about all the ins and outs that the platform looks for. Here are some of the highlights. One of the questions Rymanov was asked was on what is looked into before a coin is listed on the platform. In response, the CEO said that After adding XRP to the platform, adding new tokens to the platform is quite conservative, primarily because of their banking relationships. For instance, banks are shy to…Jan 12, 2020
More than 17 million Americans will skip work on the Monday following the Super Bowl. This rampant absenteeism will cost U.S. businesses approximately $1 billion. And it will only get worse. It’s time to move the Super Bowl to Saturday – or at least the Sunday before Presidents Day. Debates over whether the Monday following the Super Bowl should be a national holiday have become almost as big a national pastime as the NFL’s championship game itself. Complaints that the game should be moved from Sunday have become almost as popular. One disgruntled teenager’s Change.org petition to shift the date to Saturday has already gathered more than 70,000 signatures. Kids have always grumbled about having to go to school the day after the Super Bowl. I used to teach high school, so I know all too well just how unproductive that Monday can be. (My Charlotte-area school wisely started school two hours late after the Carolina Panthers played in Super Bowl 50.) But with all due respect to 16-year-old Frank Ruggeri [CNN], the best argument for rescheduling the Super Bowl…Feb 1, 2020