65. Blockchain Live
We. Are. Here. Live from Olympia London at Blockchain Live! Simon and Colin are joined by a great guest, Teana Baker-Taylor to discuss the latest and greatest news in blockchain in front of a great live audience. We also have an exclusive interview with Dan and Brendan from Block.one.
Simon and Colin are live at the Blockchain Insider stand and sat down with a great guest, Teana Baker-Taylor, CMO at Coinfloor. We also have an exclusive interview with Dan Larimer, CTO of Block.one and Brendan Blumer, CEO of Block.one.
First up the panel takes a look at New York AG report faulting crypto exchanges for manipulation risks. The New York Office of the Attorney General (OAG) has released a report on cryptocurrency trading platforms, finding that many are vulnerable to market manipulation and referring several exchanges to another agency for potential violations of state law. NYAG's inquiry was launched in April, seeking voluntary participation from 13 of the world's most notable trading sites, including Coinbase, Kraken, Bitfinex, Bittrex, and Binance, among others.
a16z crypto purchases 6% of MKR, backing Stablecoin Vanguard MakerDao. Signaling their support of MakerDAO’s Dai stablecoin, investment fund a16z crypto has purchased 6% of the total MKR token supply for $15 million USD. The purchase gives a16z crypto a stake in the first functional decentralized stablecoin and the only system built with formally verified smart contracts on Ethereum (or any blockchain).
From adoption to FOMO: Reasons behind Ripple’s leap. Over the past week, altcoin Ripple’s (XRP) price has gone through the roof. It has seen an unprecedented 140 percent growth over the past seven days. We explore the major reasons why it's grown so fast.
How Colin because a crypto quadrillionaire without writing a single line of code.
Bitcoin bugs out. CVE-2018-17144, a fix for which was released on September 18th in Bitcoin Core versions 0.16.3 and 0.17.0rc4, includes both a Denial of Service component and a critical inflation vulnerability. In order to encourage rapid upgrades, the decision was made to immediately patch and disclose the less serious Denial of Service vulnerability, concurrently with reaching out to miners, businesses, and other affected systems while delaying publication of the full issue to give times for systems to upgrade.
We also have a Tweet of the Week on moggy miners.
All this and so much more on this week's episode of Blockchain Insider. And if you enjoyed our tweet of the week why not send us your best tweets? See if you can get a shout out on the show!
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This week's episode of Blockchain Insider was produced by Laura Watkins and Petrit Berisha, written by Dhanum Nursigadoo and edited by Holly Blaxill.
Special Guests: Brendan Blumer, Dan Larimer, and Teana Baker-Taylor.
- New York AG Report Faults Crypto Exchanges for Manipulation Risks - CoinDesk
- a16z crypto purchases 6% of MKR, backing Stablecoin Vanguard MakerDAO
- From Adoption to FOMO: Reasons Behind Ripple’s Leap | Cointelegraph
- How I became a Crypto Quadrillionaire without writing a single line of code…
- Bitcoin Core :: CVE-2018-17144 Full Disclosure
- In Wake of 'Major Failure,' Bitcoin Code Review Comes Under Scrutiny - CoinDesk