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Crypto Crow  with Clif ------ MP3  version 
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1 hour  44 minutes 
posted  Oct 17   2018 
hey  ya'll i  don't  know  if  i  can listen  to  so  much  crypto  talk 
anything  else  can  ya  share   ?
like  who  and  what  was  said  about this  Nov  2018  flat tire ?

 

http://www.mediafire.com/file/onp23jq3g3uc8u6/LIVE_with_CLIF_HIGH_-_HalfPastHuman.com_-_Bitcoin_Price_-_Fi.mp3/file

 

http://www.mediafire.com/file/onp23jq3g3uc8u6/LIVE_with_CLIF_HIGH_-_HalfPastHuman.com_-_Bitcoin_Price_-_Fi.mp3/file

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Hey LC

I listened to entire thing and nothing in there about Financial Crash in November.

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Hey All

Here are my notes on the interview. My interest is the cryptos and health info. - not the high level coding/quantum/computer stuff - so if that's your thing, please listen to the first hour for more info!!

Cheers Bam

 

Crypto Crow with Clif  17/10/18  or 10/17/18 for you US peeps

 

1:01:50            Discuss getting to sleep, melatonin, meditataion, yoga, eating more greens for magnesium

1:03:50            Financial Markets/pumps n dumps/Mt Gox + Tether + Ripple Manipulation

Big boys may not have much fuel left going forward – control lost – happening right now. $6400 BTC is line in sand – strong hands won’t sell under this price. Predicted in Clif’s data as ‘emotional floor’ for BTC price.

1:13:55            The predicted 15 OCT Bull run started 5 days earlier on 10 OCT. ‘Bitcoin weekend’ predicted in data to be 9% up from Friday to Monday. Then within a 3 week block after this – All Green on charts.

1:15                 Crow Questioned Will Van Dyke ETF be passed in February? Clif and Crow discuss the background accumulation of BTC ‘over the counter’ eg Off exchanges for cash buyers, which is 3-4 times more than BTC purchased on exchanges. Crow and Clif discuss people they know with big $ buying over the counter/Off exchange. Clif sees this in data – waiting game being played. Emotional tones he is picking up in data are “Got to damp it down – gotta hold prices right here at this point. A lot of anxiety on the part of these people – that BTC prices must be stabilized for some near term period of time” (In Clif’s short term data 3 months to 6 months out) Clif agrees with Crow that it could be the ETF launch in February (that sees BTC prices start climbing – my paraphrasing here). Crow believes Institutions getting in once ETF launch in Feb will drive prices to new heights and that the BTC price will not return to the level it is now – permanently higher with big money in.

1:18;20            Clif notes uptick in recruitment for cold storage and general blockchain awareness and frontend Tech.  In the late August data sets, was noted that within 6 months, TPTB would make major moves @ getting the Dollar from Digital assets into Blockchain assets. People keep trying to hire Clif to do work in the crypto/blockchain space.

1:22                 Custody Accounts.  Crow - If 5% of global pension funds went in BTC, it would be worth $1.4 million per BTC.  Clif data from 2013 showed that if only 1% of Forex trades in US went in to BTC it would go to $1m per BTC.

1:22:55            Clif “Humanity has a big problem at the moment related to deep woo-woo stuff eg Fed Reserve, Grand Canyon hidden gold stuff. Apparently way more gold in US than we are being told, and hence dilutes its value. Discussion on rarity of BTC compared to diamonds/gold etc.  Countries now working on using BTC as cross-border settlement/National Reserves/Sovereign Settlement vehicle.

1:27:30            Big boys getting hordes of money into BTC, criminal money getting into BTC (ahead of the everyday people) Clif says we are right there now- transition happening now - and in a short while USD not accepted.      

** Clif is ..."doing everything he can to help save humanity (so to speak) by getting people to move into a smart awareness, a cautious, conditional approach to examining Blockchain and getting themselves involved with it – because that is their future."  **

1:29.                Economist 10/10/18 Cover.   Clif believes that it was a year off – 2019 will be the year. There will be a BOOM for a few years while education and infrastructure develop around it eg China ahead of the game and doing it now.

1:31                 “ A Warrior defines himself by his enemies and my enemies are the most powerful people on this planet” “So I’m doing pretty good” Clif shows his guns!! (very impressive!!)

Clif had a cancer the size of his fist cut out of his intestine. He thought he would die last year (2017) Apparently the cancer was growing in his body for fifteen years!!

1:39                 Discuss turning 40. Clif talks about the importance of regular exercise. Clif’s Oncologist said that the key element with Cancer survival rates was whether someone exercised regularly.

1:40                 When would next report be out? Clif said ‘indeterminate’ Not planning to do one due to the oppression of the manipulation in it (the crypto market) He will do a report once the data Isn’t  overwhelmed.

**Clif does reports “to provide solid information and lookahead and success for those getting into Crypto….. trying to generate successful millionaires – was able to get 6-8 millionaires “(he is aware of?)**

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8 minutes ago, giuseppe said:

I can’t imagine cliff with a tie

 

He really loves those shirts with no sleeves doesn't he? He is proud of his guns, and deservedly so!💪

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Cant find the emojis, HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAH :)

 

It’s just better quoted then just clicking on the icon.

 

 

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Wow, first time I heard that he had an actual tumor cut out. He has been through a lot. Great to see him so healthy, lively and full of energy. Universe wants him here!!!! So glad.🌼

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wow first time I heard of this livestream lol...

 

thanks sooo much for the notes Bam!  guess I know what I'll be listening to this morning!

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again sorry but Clif is an exception ...( you know he's our Guru ) 

so  i am gonna  post  entire  transcript ...9 mods  tell me if there is an issue with this ? ) 

cool  new  tool  i  found thanks to  florida.....

 

we  may  not  have to do the taking notes thing any more  but much thanks to those that Do ! 

 

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LIVE with CLIF HIGH - HalfPastHuman.com - Bitcoin Price - Financial Collapse Coming In November?

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show published  Oct  17  2018

00:20
[Music]
00:46
what's up everybody I am the crypto crow
00:49
I am still waiting on cliff high to hop
00:51
on
00:53
so it I figure I might as well just go
00:55
live it was scheduled for 12 o'clock and
00:57
and you know I'm sure he'll make it I
01:00
think he ran a little behind the last
01:01
time we we talked so hopefully he'll
01:05
just hop on and then we'll just start
01:07
talking to him and in the meantime I
01:08
figured I'd hang out with you guys kind
01:10
of look at what's going on in the market
01:12
a bit and see what's happening in chat
01:14
ah let's see what you guys got going on
01:18
who do I see in here I see Barbara
01:20
Taylor let's see here Greg Norman hope
01:26
cliff is putting the dogs outside that
01:29
might be what he's doing I know it's
01:30
like 9 o'clock in the morning for him I
01:34
sent him the link
01:35
I guess YouTube was having issues last
01:37
last night and I saw you to email me
01:39
like 11 hours like is this still going
01:41
and I got that email this morning and I
01:43
sent him home again everything is good I
01:45
checked everything everything looks fine
01:47
so you know hopefully hopefully all as
01:51
well
01:53
does he track substratum and amplify I
01:56
don't know but we can ask him
02:01
David Fraser please find out Cliff's
02:04
thoughts on the recent increase in
02:05
chatter around XRP swift and policy okay
02:09
duly noted it's going to break all
02:16
firewalls and decentralized access to
02:19
the Internet and all cribbed O's what's
02:23
up everybody
02:24
hey crow I forgot to ask last time would
02:27
you please ask him about blockchain
02:28
terminals since you were interested in
02:30
that project I am very very interested
02:32
in that project and I think you're gonna
02:34
start seeing a lot of influencers with
02:36
blockchain terminals coming up soon DM
02:40
suja tip $20 to ask a question it's
02:44
crazy sauce you don't have to do all
02:45
that ask cliff about quantum block
02:48
chains once he gets on please and thank
02:50
you that's a good question
02:52
you know one
02:55
well I don't know if it'd be considered
02:56
a quantum blockchain but I know
02:58
cardano's working on some stuff with you
03:01
know quantum quantum level security and
03:03
and things like that quantum to
03:05
encryption I think I'm not a hundred
03:07
percent sure those are some of the
03:08
things I wanted to talk about Charles
03:09
and talk about with Charles hello uh 20
03:17
dollars worth it a man if you're filthy
03:19
rich
03:20
you throw 20 bucks around like pocket
03:22
change more power to you
03:25
what's up crow is DJ chaotic chaotic
03:28
looking forward to sensi convention good
03:30
deal man I'm glad I'm extremely pumped
03:35
about Shane wise and we still have such
03:36
a long ways to go I actually had a
03:38
company I was really surprised by this I
03:41
had the company that it's actually one
03:44
that I wanted to invest in and I still
03:46
kind of do but they turned down an
03:49
invite to have an exhibit at chain wise
03:51
and I was like man like I made it so
03:54
cheap for companies with all the
03:55
exposure that they're gonna get I'm like
03:57
shocked to be quite frank with you do
04:00
you even lift
04:01
no I'm small I don't have pipes or
04:04
anything I've got my arms are big is
04:06
just because I'm an ogre but I honestly
04:07
I don't lift anymore right now I'm gonna
04:10
be starting though I'm gonna be starting
04:11
again very very soon
04:13
I don't think bitcoin is this bullish as
04:18
some of my fellow traders think the
04:19
whales aren't done with us yet uh you
04:22
know what I got an interesting call from
04:24
a friend of mine last night basically
04:26
telling me that he wanted to know if I
04:28
knew a place that he could get Bitcoin
04:31
over the counter in mass apparently
04:34
there's a there's a group from a
04:36
particular state known for money and
04:39
they are wanting a very very very
04:42
literally this way they want to buy so
04:44
much Bitcoin I don't think there's
04:45
enough of it in the market volume and
04:48
what I'm seeing is there are a lot of
04:51
people apparently going into buying they
04:54
want to buy Bitcoin but they don't want
04:57
to buy it on exchanges everybody is
05:00
trying to buy over the counter right now
05:02
and I would be willing to bet well I saw
05:04
the one article
05:04
over the counter Bitcoin volume is like
05:06
four times that of exchanges and so it's
05:10
crazy because it's to me I almost feel
05:12
like that shouldn't be allowed even
05:14
really I don't even know if it is and
05:17
and but well obviously it's allowed it
05:22
happens all over the place rich person
05:24
to rich person I mean its property right
05:26
I mean they the government can't have it
05:27
both ways they can't say well this is
05:29
property and and but you can't trade it
05:31
or sell it I mean I don't know I guess
05:34
they can but you know overall I know
05:37
that the rich people are gearing up and
05:41
and and they're they're buying in man
05:43
and I think they're trying to buy in
05:45
like Novogratz Mike Novogratz just
05:47
basically said that he expects the the
05:51
Bitcoin price to really start rallying
05:54
you know the first and second quarters
05:56
of 2019 and even he basically said he
05:59
doesn't see it getting higher than ten
06:00
thousand by the end of 2018 and you know
06:05
I think he's probably right because a
06:06
lot of people are kind of waiting for
06:07
the FCC to approve the CBOE the the Van
06:11
Dyke ETF and I absolutely think they're
06:14
going to so you know I I don't I don't
06:19
know we'll see but I think that things
06:21
are really gonna start going crazy I
06:23
think in the beginning of I think it's
06:24
almost gonna be a reverse of what
06:26
happened when you know the price is shot
06:29
up in January and then took a huge tank
06:32
well they I mean if you look at a church
06:34
I mean the pricing for Bitcoin really
06:37
started it like I mean it was prior to
06:39
December you know it's like November
06:42
December January boom and it was its
06:44
all-time high and then it started
06:47
tanking and I almost feel like we're
06:49
gonna have complete opposite effect
06:51
where things are gonna start creeping
06:52
creeping into January February we're
06:56
gonna get the decision then I think it's
06:58
probably gonna take off and then from
07:01
that point I don't know that it's ever
07:03
gonna come back down to be quite frank
07:05
with you I mean they're obviously gonna
07:06
have volatility we're gonna have some
07:07
swings because the retail markets gonna
07:09
be crazy but overall we're gonna have a
07:12
lot more very very wealthy people
07:15
holding Bitcoin
07:16
through custody solutions and things
07:18
like that and I don't think they're
07:20
gonna be selling it off you know and
07:22
we're not gonna have a bunch of whale
07:23
swing traders we're gonna have a bunch
07:25
of whale long-term investors that are
07:26
buying in and holding you know for 3 5
07:29
10 years and you know some of these guys
07:33
keep in mind some of these guys are so
07:35
rich in other places they're buying
07:37
Bitcoin is is something to put on their
07:40
mantle you know what I mean they're not
07:42
buying it to really trade it or do
07:43
anything with it they're buying it and
07:45
they don't care they don't need the
07:46
money so they can wait in and buy a
07:49
hundred Bitcoin a thousand Bitcoin
07:51
whatever and sit on it stick it on their
07:54
mantel to show people and then you know
07:57
not touch it until it reaches a million
07:58
dollars I mean that's just gonna be the
08:00
kind of the the nature of some of this
08:07
this bear market could push well into
08:10
2019 it's very true it's 12:12 I'm
08:13
really starting to get concerned on
08:14
where cliff is and what he's doing
08:16
hopefully he's not emailing me because I
08:19
don't have email or any access to any of
08:21
that stuff down here you know just
08:23
because this is my streaming system
08:25
I do nothing with this it's connected on
08:27
a different I mean everything is
08:28
different about this system so I don't
08:30
log into really anything so you know be
08:34
great you be if for some odd reason he
08:36
can't make it he would let me know but
08:41
anyway looks like there's a lot of
08:46
people in here waiting on him
08:48
cliff is tweeting now is he what's he
08:51
saying I have I have a couple phones now
08:58
I have some dummy phones now
09:01
so just since since AT&T; likes to give
09:05
away my my phone number to people he's
09:10
waiting for me I'm already in here I'm
09:14
in chat right I'm in right here I'm
09:15
waiting on him I sent him the Xoom link
09:20
there he is there he is
09:25
I see them coming up water and stuff I
09:34
got to do all that before I do done
09:39
recording here a cliff if you can hear
09:43
me we're live right now I'm a he's here
10:00
but he's he's still busy he's doing some
10:03
stuff I think he's trying to get stuff
10:05
situated so I muted him because there's
10:07
I don't think he realizes that we're
10:08
alive and I don't understand he think
10:10
that he doesn't want other people to
10:12
hear so he's coming he's here I'm gonna
10:16
get rid of myself down here there we go
10:24
so once he's ready I'm sure he'll come
10:25
on and we'll go from there
10:32
let's make this fullscreen you there
10:38
cliff all right I guess I'll know uh
10:46
when he shows up I need a key light I
10:51
did I didn't put my key light up yet I
10:53
need a key light behind my head flex for
10:56
the camera Crowe yeah I really don't
10:59
have big arms I mean like I don't know
11:02
the only muscle I have is from carrying
11:03
a bunch of fat around on the giant frame
11:05
that's pretty put pretty much all I've
11:08
got but there you go he may spill some
11:12
secret beans yeah you might you know he
11:15
could have government agents over there
11:17
or something questioning him and
11:20
either that or it's his wife he just
11:22
let's make sure his wife's taken care of
11:23
before you sit down chats for as long as
11:25
we chat any workshops that chain wise oh
11:29
that's interesting
11:30
um I have not structured any yet but I
11:33
think it could be a good idea cuz I've
11:35
actually had more than one person ask me
11:36
if there were gonna be any I told tone
11:38
base if he wanted to do something oh
11:40
wait here we go I think I see him
11:42
alrighty hang on a second how you doing
11:45
there cliff doing fine how sound oh you
11:49
sound fantastic and we are live now just
11:52
so you know so I know if you're going
11:55
live or not I got a drink coffee here
11:57
it's early in the morning all I had
11:58
completely understand okay guide
12:03
well I'm said anytime you work okay well
12:05
we're here so we've let me get rid of
12:10
this panel here let's see here
12:15
well I wanna okay trying to figure how
12:19
to make this look the best let's make my
12:21
giant body a little smaller down here
12:24
you make me bigger it shrink you by
12:26
proportion yeah exactly
12:30
now and I know you can't see me but
12:33
everybody on YouTube can see me but it's
12:36
just if you remember it's kind of the
12:38
way my thing works it's a little wonky
12:40
on clothes there we go okay all right so
12:45
here we are a lot of people 350 people
12:51
in chat now somebody who really wants to
12:56
know before we get started in discussion
12:59
he asked he said ask cliff about quantum
13:02
blockchains
13:03
once yeah okay so there's a tendency for
13:08
people to throw everything at the
13:10
blockchain okay kitchen-sink blockchains
13:13
that kind of thing blockchain sir you
13:15
have to understand what they are they're
13:16
a distributed ledger which basically
13:18
means they're a flat non-sequel database
13:23
and they're really slow okay because
13:26
they in order for a blockchain to work
13:28
you've got to have at least X number of
13:30
computers that all agree that they're
13:31
looking at exactly the same
13:33
block no ambiguity so blocks chains
13:37
being used for other things like you
13:40
know passing video or E or even e email
13:42
doesn't make a lot of sense and in on
13:45
the other side of that a quantum machine
13:47
doesn't work like a regular computer so
13:49
a quantum machine could not actually
13:52
implement a block chain
13:55
can't be done because a quantum computer
13:57
is an analog machine that that like
13:59
flashes and so you can think of a
14:01
quantum computer this way you're in a
14:03
room it's absolutely dark
14:05
you've just been plopped in there but
14:06
you've got yourself a flash camera okay
14:08
and the room has stuff in it and in the
14:12
quantum effect occurs when you push that
14:15
flash camera and you get a single flash
14:17
to illuminate the room for that
14:19
millisecond and you've got to use your
14:21
eyes to pick out what you can see and
14:23
where they are because you've got to use
14:25
that only that single flash to navigate
14:27
that's what a quantum computer arc is it
14:29
basically just takes a flash of reality
14:31
and distills it down to answer the
14:33
question that you're trying to answer
14:34
because it's been sort of framed around
14:37
that question but they're not
14:40
computational machines the way that
14:42
digital computers are so so quantum
14:44
blockchain ain't gonna happen you don't
14:47
think so
14:47
no no because see a blockchain it sits
14:51
there okay so I've actually got
14:52
equipment here I'm gonna set up as a
14:54
mining operation and what a miner does
14:57
is it maintains the blockchain it's one
14:59
of those computers that sits there and
15:01
agrees that it's looking at the same
15:03
records with all the other computers and
15:05
so so I know this stuff way deep okay
15:09
and so here's something else about
15:10
quantum machines and versus regular
15:12
computers in a regular computer if I
15:14
wanted to if I wanted to be that tedious
15:16
I could actually either print out the
15:19
assembly language print out the byte
15:21
code my code print out the original
15:23
programming language itself and do it by
15:26
hand but I could reduce that programming
15:29
instruction the complete program down to
15:32
a series of lines that are assembly code
15:34
that I could look through each and every
15:35
one of these you do this as a programmer
15:37
for optimizing because frequently
15:39
compilers are a little ambiguous and you
15:41
can make the assembly language a little
15:43
bit faster that kind of thing right but
15:45
but the reason you
15:46
would wanted to it is for proof of
15:48
execution and that is to say I can see
15:51
each and every one of these lines I know
15:53
that the computer will do each and every
15:55
one of these lines in sequence and so on
15:57
so I can be absolutely certain that I
15:59
know what the computer is actually doing
16:01
to arrive at the conclusion such things
16:03
are not possible with quantum machines
16:05
you are not able to analyze any of the
16:08
execution of the code you basically give
16:10
it at your setup as state and then you
16:13
analyze the state once the quantum
16:14
effect has been been caused and that's
16:17
how they work so so people have a kind
16:19
of a they shouldn't have named them
16:20
computers because they they don't
16:22
compute the way we think of as a digital
16:24
machine computing so sorry sorry to get
16:26
divert diverted there but so a lot of
16:29
people think oh oh you know quantum
16:31
computers are gonna crack all the hash
16:32
codes on blockchain well
16:34
it's really expensive yes you could
16:36
actually probably use a quantum computer
16:38
to crack an individual hash on an
16:41
individual coin and it might take you
16:44
four or five days to set up the code a
16:47
day to run the operation a day to
16:49
validate that the operation ran
16:50
effectively because bear in mind quantum
16:52
computers are doing good if they reach
16:55
78 percent accuracy and 78 percent
16:57
effective conclusions because of the
17:00
nature of this sometimes the flash
17:01
doesn't work the way you want it so
17:03
about 20 percent of all of the times you
17:05
fire off your your Flash it's not going
17:07
to happen and the same thing with
17:08
computer with the quantum computer
17:10
twenty percent of the time the results
17:11
are garbage they're trash and just throw
17:13
them out so so it could be used to crack
17:16
an individual hash but it's never gonna
17:18
be able to you know crack the blockchain
17:21
and get everybody's coins it just
17:24
doesn't work that way gotcha yeah I've
17:27
been there bits of comments coming in
17:29
and I've been changing I've been adding
17:30
your you know half past human and and
17:32
just sizing everything making sure
17:34
everything works well while you're
17:36
answering that first of all I want to
17:38
say thank you for joining me again sure
17:41
it's actually you know it's always
17:43
exciting to listen to you just because
17:44
there's you know III learned a lot of
17:47
things I know nothing about and I'm
17:48
exposed to things I know nothing about
17:50
and it just drives me further to go out
17:52
and research and learn so you
17:56
so what what's new with you before we
17:59
get into some of this other stuff like
18:00
what how are you doing since we last
18:02
talked doing much better physically
18:05
recovering from my surgery and the
18:07
problems I've had and I've restructured
18:09
some of my long term goals so not to
18:17
bore you or anything but I had a
18:18
particular mindset that was induced in
18:20
me by the the condition that I had and
18:23
once I had the surgery and and the
18:26
condition was cured I got into recovery
18:27
now the mindset has changed because I
18:30
can see myself living out a number of
18:31
years and so I'm I'm basically going
18:34
back to school so I dive diving deep
18:37
into coding for handheld devices that's
18:42
step one then I'm going to get into AI
18:44
in a real serious way and then on to
18:46
robotics over the course of the next
18:48
year or so and in the meantime because
18:52
of the stuff with some of the other code
18:53
that I'm working on I've gotten into
18:55
dark web explorations which is really
18:58
cool yeah yeah I stay away from that man
19:02
I I just I don't know what's real and
19:05
what isn't but the dark web just sounds
19:07
like you never know what you could find
19:09
in there yeah it's it's you know they
19:13
put a label on it like like it was some
19:17
kind of a thriller movie but you know
19:18
it's it's funny because you've got an
19:20
HTML page you've got a web page sitting
19:22
right here on the server and then right
19:24
underneath it is a dot onion page both
19:26
of which are text both of which are
19:28
stored as machine language yet one is
19:30
the dark web and the other isn't right
19:32
it's simply because of the the indexing
19:34
it's dark because nobody um scans it
19:36
there's no crawlers to provide indexes
19:39
for you and things but it's where most
19:41
of the internet lives 97 percent of the
19:44
Internet's not indexed so yeah Google
19:48
doesn't know anything at all about them
19:49
Oh Google speak of quantum computers
19:51
that's really what they're gonna be used
19:52
for is to back up internet searches so
19:56
here's where we're at now on a
19:58
functional level there's even though
20:01
they're only indexing about three
20:03
percent of all of the servers and all of
20:05
the files on the servers so only about
20:08
three percent of the web
20:10
Google is running into performance
20:12
issues in executing searches all the
20:14
search engines are and that is because
20:16
there's just so much crap out there and
20:18
us humans keep producing more crap to
20:20
index and then also to search against
20:22
and so it was estimated that to do an
20:24
effective complete and correct in the
20:27
computer censuses of those two words I
20:30
mean at a formula sztyc level search and
20:32
then validate that indeed the search had
20:34
completed all the way through google
20:37
estimated it would take their search
20:39
engine three days to provide the output
20:43
from that search to do the search and
20:44
then provide you with the output and
20:46
basically here's what they're running
20:47
into you know you go to do a search on
20:50
Google you type in you know Fred
20:52
MacMurray and it says 6.5 million hits
20:55
or something
20:56
well it's only showing you 20 okay it's
20:59
not showing you 6.5 million of those
21:01
records that it thinks relate to your
21:03
search it's just telling you that that's
21:05
the estimate that it could drill down to
21:07
if it wanted to it's not in any way
21:09
telling you about duplicates or about
21:11
miss pointers or any of this other sort
21:13
of stuff and and even then Google does
21:16
everything it can to risk basically
21:18
restrict your key clicks to the top
21:21
three so it really only has to provide
21:24
you with with three hits for your search
21:27
that may go towards your towards you
21:33
know solving your question or meeting
21:35
the conditions of your search the more
21:37
in-depth your search query you know
21:39
instead of saying you know or or what
21:46
what birds produce flu eggs if you just
21:50
put in blue eggs you're gonna get an
21:51
entirely different set of searches right
21:52
if you put in what birds in North
21:54
America produce blue eggs and you get
21:57
even much tighter search and Google
21:59
likes these tighter searches because it
22:01
uses that in their elimination process
22:02
to drill down for you but basically
22:05
they're trying to get you to only look
22:06
at those top three and then they give
22:08
you twenty but they're back filling
22:11
those other pages reinstituting the
22:14
search basically with a pointer into it
22:16
as you go in to drill down on it they're
22:20
trying not to search the crap beyond
22:22
that first page because
22:23
is mostly 99% of time you're not going
22:26
to look at it and it's really difficult
22:28
and it really cranks out on the servers
22:31
in terms of the digital comp
22:32
computations that are required so what
22:35
they're hoping to do is to have quantum
22:38
computers fire off that flash get that
22:41
quantum state pull out of that quantum
22:44
state the exact one two three five ten
22:48
that you really wanted to see out of the
22:51
entire 6.5 million without him because
22:54
he right now those six point five
22:55
million are arranged basically in a
22:56
hierarchy that goes on an ID value so
22:59
they've got to be stepped through
23:01
independently one or a in sequence each
23:04
one after the other and that's what
23:06
these digital computers are bogging down
23:09
they're grinding to a halt with all of
23:10
this crap that we're producing that
23:12
needs to be indexed and searched through
23:13
because fundamentally searching
23:15
sequentially one after the other after
23:17
the other after the other as very finite
23:19
limits for both retrieval as well as
23:22
mathematics that's what they're hoping
23:24
to use quantum computers for and so far
23:26
it's sort of work I mean they've got a
23:28
78% effective rate showing at the Google
23:33
site with their quantum computer and so
23:36
there may indeed be some hope to it now
23:38
the problem at the moment is you can't
23:40
just sit down at a quantum computer and
23:41
start typing and hit enter and expect an
23:44
answer back because you have to do all
23:46
this qubits setting up and so it's a big
23:49
process a lot of rigmarole and at that
23:52
level it's expensive and so we're
23:54
probably some distance in time and two
23:58
at least two key epiphanies about how
24:04
this stuff works before we can actually
24:06
stick a quantum computer on the other
24:08
side of that server line and have them
24:10
start feeding our searches to us
24:12
realistically you know from from I mean
24:15
my own personal guesses nobody uses page
24:18
two everybody says that the if you ever
24:20
want to hide a dead body hide it on page
24:22
two a Google and like notice there I
24:25
mean the only time anybody the only time
24:27
page two comes into effect as if you're
24:28
searching for porn like you get tired of
24:31
what's on page one and you might move
24:33
down into page two and three outside of
24:35
that nobody really even
24:36
get stood page tooks they find what
24:38
they're looking for in the first five
24:39
legs typically anyway yeah this the the
24:43
problem with that is the one I found
24:45
with Google
24:47
if you cross compare Google to some of
24:49
the other search engines okay like
24:51
DuckDuckGo or even Northern Lights or
24:57
especially in especially the Russian
24:59
search engines even on the same query
25:01
you find that Google is using an AIA
25:04
there that is using some kind of an
25:07
aggregated Associated and words so
25:12
here's the thing if I do a search on
25:14
Google for a specific thing frequently I
25:16
do go down to page five six seven ten
25:18
whatever because I'm actually looking at
25:21
the patterns that the search results
25:23
itself reveals not just the information
25:26
right and I frequently find that Google
25:29
is is not censoring or anything they're
25:32
steering you based on other language and
25:34
your query what they happen to know
25:36
about you because they're looking you up
25:38
on their records as you're doing these
25:39
searches and so they're that aai is
25:42
actually bubbling you okay it is it has
25:46
a tendency to present those records it
25:48
thinks that the software thinks you want
25:51
to see as opposed to all of the records
25:54
that are available to be seen and so
25:56
it's it's kind of like um which is based
25:59
off a lot of like social signals and a
26:01
lot of outside activity basically Elling
26:04
the algorithm that this is valuable this
26:06
is worth being seen by other people
26:09
correct but that's not necessarily
26:11
always true and then this is where this
26:12
is where anybody with a political bent
26:14
can come on in and simply play some
26:17
check marks in the database that
26:18
controls the actions of what the AIA
26:21
seeks about you and then Bob's your
26:24
uncle you know whole political realms or
26:29
are screened out so and actually see
26:34
part of the thing I was looking at on
26:36
the dark web was everybody says oh well
26:40
you know it's for porn and drugs and
26:41
well yeah or hitman but for criminal
26:45
activity right I would agree that 99% of
26:48
the activity
26:49
the dark web is indeed criminal in one
26:51
way or another but but only say let's
26:54
say just hazard a guess 15% or less is
26:58
involved with either with any crimes
27:01
against a person and a deliberate level
27:03
all the others are crimes against
27:05
institutions in law so a lot of the
27:07
people that are on the dark web are
27:08
there because the countries they operate
27:10
in would have them shot if they trace
27:13
their activities to Google or any other
27:15
of these activities right a lot of the
27:17
people on the dark web are true
27:20
whistleblowers and they're putting out
27:22
stuff that they know in a way that
27:24
protects their identity so they don't
27:26
get killed by any of the giant aerospace
27:29
corporations when they reveal they are
27:31
actually working on a back-engineered
27:33
ruch space alien spaceship that kind of
27:35
thing
27:36
so the dark web serves us huge great
27:38
purpose and I would have to say like
27:40
like my guess is about 85% of it is not
27:43
related to drug sex or murder right it's
27:48
alright the other 85% is related there's
27:51
a bunch of junk there's a bunch of
27:53
weird-ass stuff out there but that 85%
27:56
is in the main it appears to be people
27:59
promulgating a whistleblower story or
28:03
releasing information for whatever
28:05
reason and at whatever level of accuracy
28:08
I'm not verifying that they're at that
28:09
these guys are accurate or there
28:11
anything more than LARPers but it does
28:13
lend credence when you're putting a
28:15
story out on the on the onion Tor
28:18
network as opposed to putting it out on
28:20
the web because you're in one you truly
28:24
have to go to some lengths to try and
28:26
hide your identity to do it effectively
28:27
on on the dark web Wow yeah I'm
28:31
fascinated by the dark web but I'm
28:33
scared to death of it at the same time
28:35
it's just like it's like one of those
28:37
places it's like I don't know what the
28:41
bar on Tatooine with all the bounty
28:43
hunters and the crazy people in Star
28:45
Wars like you know I know they're there
28:47
and they can all enjoy themselves I
28:49
don't necessarily need to participate
28:51
I'll just keep my narrow ass outside
28:53
safe even though I probably myself and
28:57
other influencers are probably topic for
28:59
discussion on a lot of those places and
29:01
you know I
29:02
yeah
29:03
yeah that's something else I should I
29:04
should tell you there that if you want
29:05
to find out who's letting out a contract
29:07
on you this is the way to go right get
29:10
yourself a tor browser and start
29:12
learning how to do it right yeah like
29:15
when I come up I get alerts on what
29:18
information of mine is on the dark web
29:19
all right now I don't know how good it
29:22
is but you know like LifeLock you know I
29:26
get yeah I wouldn't trust any of that
29:28
crap do you the dark web is a not a
29:32
stable business environment okay so you
29:35
might for instance well one of the major
29:37
search engines for the dark web is caput
29:40
they're just not operating it anymore
29:41
for whatever reason well and oh yeah
29:44
yeah and this stuff happens all the time
29:45
and it was like the sixth major search
29:47
engine that particular year and this is
29:50
torch that I'm talking about but you
29:53
know there's dark web wiki and some of
29:54
these others but I wouldn't trust the
29:58
the commercial operations that go into
30:01
the dark web to ostentatiously say oh
30:06
we're gonna provide you with the
30:07
information look up and see if someone's
30:08
got a hit out on your this kind of thing
30:10
well yeah it's more like we found your
30:12
email address on the dark web kind of
30:15
stuff oh I got you that sort of stuff
30:16
yeah very basic it's not like yeah
30:18
someone's selling drugs on dark web
30:20
using tor under your name like it's
30:22
nothing like that it's just you know I I
30:25
know that with all the hacks like the
30:27
Equifax and the Facebook and all these
30:29
data mining hacks that information is
30:31
basically being sold in bulk on the dark
30:34
web and so it's basically letting you
30:36
know hey you've got it some personal
30:38
information that's out there you might
30:39
want to change it it's kind of what it's
30:41
saying okay and if that's the case if
30:43
you're talking about the bulk sales of
30:45
the data and stuff and say that I that
30:47
kind of stuff I classify with the you
30:49
know sex drugs and murder the site of
30:51
the dark web by the time they find your
30:54
name it's already been sold right okay
30:56
because the bulk zipped files are
30:58
further encrypted and they're not
31:00
exposed until the deal is done and then
31:02
they're transferred so they're not
31:03
actually ever resident anywhere that
31:05
they could be picked up and searched on
31:07
by anybody search plus the plus what's
31:10
really funny here what's really goofy is
31:13
that the corporate people
31:15
some of the like the LifeLock and some
31:17
of these other companies are leaving I
31:20
mean these guys are like a bunch of New
31:22
Yorkers out here in our woods
31:24
okay people that are used to streets all
31:27
of a sudden finding themselves in the
31:28
deep dark woods and they just don't know
31:30
how to navigate because they're leaving
31:31
trails all over to hell and gone they're
31:34
picked up even by you know casual
31:37
observers like myself so the thing about
31:42
the dark web is you're vulnerable going
31:44
on to it if you know what you're doing
31:46
while you're on there you're using a VPN
31:48
and you got your your camera you know
31:50
occluded all of that kind of stuff
31:53
you're safe but when you exit you're
31:55
also vulnerable and so it's that those
31:58
two points you really need to guard your
31:59
security on this the corporation guys
32:02
looks like I don't know where they
32:03
trained them but they're not doing
32:05
anything to guard themselves as they
32:06
exit back to regular web stuff so if you
32:09
ever get on the dark web don't casually
32:11
use the tor browser to go in over into a
32:13
Google search on regular HTML pages
32:15
because you've got to go out of the Tor
32:17
to get to the regular HTML to do that
32:19
and it's at that server that you leave
32:21
trails ok Superman came on you know sue
32:33
Bowman
32:33
are you familiar Superman sorry no no
32:37
he's actually he's my opinion he's
32:41
probably one of the biggest crypto
32:42
youtubers on YouTube and you know every
32:47
time the son of a bitch goes lives he
32:48
sucks up all the traffic from the rest
32:50
of us and but anyway he came on he asked
32:54
me last week how did you get cliff to do
32:57
an interview I'm like I just emailed him
32:58
he was super cool and I think he's
33:00
interested in talking to you but he did
33:01
have a question he said ask cliff what
33:04
he thinks of blockchains like credits
33:06
and sparkster that are achieving one
33:09
point five to ten million TPS and if
33:11
that's just it need not be
33:15
okay
33:16
here's that here's the the concept they
33:19
could indeed be engineering it the
33:22
would come in that they're
33:23
claiming it's 100 percent on the
33:24
blockchain
33:25
because it's kind of like the idea of
33:27
the Lightning Network
33:29
because you know whenever anybody says
33:30
to you well we're gonna implement a
33:31
lightning Network or whatever be aware
33:33
that's that's centralized off chain
33:37
verification and math and then they
33:40
insert it back into the blockchain to
33:43
get the consensus and everything so
33:44
there's a chunk of your your stuff
33:46
that's going on off the blockchain
33:48
so yeah bitcoin is slow and there's a
33:51
ton of ways to really speed it up that
33:53
don't involve lightning Network but
33:55
there are people that are going to be
33:57
doing lightning Network kind of things
33:58
there so if you built that process into
34:02
your your your mining operation you
34:07
could do this very effectively where
34:09
there would be off chain reconciliation
34:10
and and take off some of the performance
34:13
of the actual computation bear in mind
34:15
most of the blockchain okay alright so
34:18
let's divert for a second oh well let me
34:20
let me stop I don't believe they're
34:23
doing it a hundred percent on the that
34:26
level of transactions per second on a on
34:28
a regular mined blockchain they unless
34:32
they're using nodes that are attached to
34:35
some supercomputers that are like owned
34:37
and then you're basically talking about
34:38
a centralized chain okay so so it seems
34:41
very hard to imagine that they're
34:42
getting that kind of throughput just
34:44
because of the consensus algorithm I'd
34:46
actually have to look at the code and
34:47
see if they've come up with something
34:48
new if they have they should really
34:50
patent the ability to do that absent the
34:52
patent to that I would suggest if
34:54
they're doing some form of what we can
34:55
think of as a lightning Network style
34:57
which is a side chain or a sister chain
34:59
or child chain or sibling chain that
35:02
does the reconciliation and then feeds
35:03
back in okay so now here's the thing
35:07
about blockchain we are spending most of
35:09
our electricity for Bitcoin and we'll
35:13
just use Bitcoin as an example but it's
35:15
appropriate for almost all the coins
35:17
we're spending 90% at least maybe as
35:22
high as 99 percent of all the
35:24
electricity for the blockchain in doing
35:26
the hash okay and that's where it just
35:30
sits there and crunches and crunches and
35:31
crunches to get the hash for the for the
35:34
to meet the sha-256 criteria algorithm
35:38
and that's where most of the consumption
35:40
and processing power is and yet it seems
35:43
useless no one's ever tried to crack the
35:45
hash it's it's not really doable to go
35:49
to an individual record in blockchain
35:52
info on Bitcoin pull up that record that
35:55
block and attempt to crack the hash
35:57
because you're not ever really good to
35:59
get a Bitcoin there you would need to
36:01
have a complete block on either side of
36:04
it and maybe even two in order to have a
36:06
hope of stealing any of the Bitcoin
36:09
that's encoded within that hash so we're
36:11
trying to protect something that can be
36:15
protected with a much smaller degree of
36:18
hashing algorithm that wouldn't consume
36:22
so much power or time so Bitcoin could
36:25
be speeded up in my way of thinking and
36:27
I was just back at the envelope kind of
36:28
calculations by a factor of 10
36:32
by reducing the hashing value in half
36:34
and the hash of the hash 256 or the
36:38
sha-256 hash if we reduced in half it's
36:42
my personal belief that we would suffer
36:44
zero increased vulnerability as a result
36:48
of only that so so yeah you know they
36:55
may be really fast but I don't think
36:57
it's like I don't think it's all on the
36:58
chain yeah I mean I've seen something
37:02
like there are a lot of projects that
37:04
are now claiming you know million
37:06
transactions per second three hundred
37:08
thousand five hundred thousand and so
37:09
forth and you know I think everybody's
37:11
you know I mean I you know a few months
37:16
ago it made it made sense for companies
37:18
to be using that as kind of their their
37:20
their big claim to fame but I think
37:22
anymore it's being claimed by a lot of
37:24
different companies and just like I
37:27
think it might've even have been you
37:28
that said you know a while back look a
37:30
million transactions per second doesn't
37:32
mean squat if it's just ones and zeros
37:34
that mean or do nothing I mean it's it's
37:36
data transfer it's you know what do
37:38
these transactions actually mean to the
37:40
blockchain
37:41
or the use case that's what's really
37:43
important you know so let's let's stop
37:46
right there - and let's also acknowledge
37:48
that this drive towards transactions per
37:50
second is being forced on the blockchain
37:53
community or not forced on it was a
37:56
kind of a trick from Visa and MasterCard
37:59
they let out that you know we're
38:01
processing forty four million
38:02
transactions etc etc and so the the
38:06
transactions per second meme that whole
38:08
thought process is it is trying to
38:11
compete with them
38:12
but we've got to acknowledge in the
38:14
point-of-sale system the POS system the
38:16
point-of-sale system the blog down is
38:18
not the back-end processing okay it's
38:21
the network and all the other stuff in
38:23
between so the actual movement of the of
38:25
the transactions in the centralized
38:27
machine that is Visa or
38:30
or MasterCard it happens like that and
38:33
they can still be bogged down by what's
38:35
going on on the network in between same
38:37
thing is true with the blockchain itself
38:38
except we have the other slight slowdown
38:42
which is that on our back-end processing
38:44
or a whole bunch of pcs or computers
38:47
that are all in their own little network
38:50
basically trying functioning as a single
38:53
point of contact for that point of sale
38:56
so again even if we were able to
38:58
increase the transactions per second on
39:01
a blockchain to reach those that are
39:02
claimed by MasterCard and Visa we're
39:05
still gonna have network issues you're
39:06
still gonna have to wait there for that
39:08
damn machine to accept the swipe on the
39:09
card and process it and drop it onto the
39:11
line get the connection get the
39:13
acknowledgement send the information
39:15
wait for the return etc etc okay I'm
39:20
getting man a lot of people are telling
39:22
me how great you look by the way oh well
39:25
thanks thanks I'm feeling pretty good
39:26
yeah you do look good you do look good
39:29
what please ask cliff his opinion on the
39:33
blockchain terminals again a temporary
39:39
idea in space that's more of a marketing
39:43
kind of an issue and it'll be soon
39:45
superseded by changes in the technology
39:48
as we go forward you think so
39:50
thank you I saw I've seen the blockchain
39:54
terminals at work and basically what
39:57
they're gonna offer traders and I'm I'm
39:59
I was personally pretty blown away and a
40:01
lot of the stuff isn't really public yet
40:03
it's the problem so okay so yeah all
40:06
right well without discussing that my
40:10
my thing is just a generalized paradigm
40:12
right in their sense that not that the
40:18
terminals can't do it as well but
40:20
there's there's been a bunch of
40:22
breakthroughs in support AI okay
40:28
so human decision-making support AI is
40:31
different from the general smart AI that
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they're trying it out there which we
40:36
know now craps out against human traders
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okay I don't know if you're aware of
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this or not but they ran a study of the
40:42
past year and those hyper conceit
40:45
traders that we're using AI were 7%
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we're at a 5% to 7% return whereas human
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traders were 13 to 18 percent really
40:53
really right because the AI and here's
40:57
the thing AI is really smart but it's um
40:58
it's got tunnel vision and so if you
41:00
tell it to look for a pattern it will do
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its best to find that pattern even if
41:04
it's in noise we're not signal right and
41:07
since so much market activity is noise
41:09
and you know Aunt Martha freaking out
41:11
because of something outside the markets
41:13
entirely but telling her broker to sell
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that kind of thing intrudes and so ai is
41:18
making a lot of bad decisions when left
41:20
on its own relative to trading so we
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won't see at this stage unless there's
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some huge breakthrough there we won't
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see a self-contained AI that is trading
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against human traders effectively now
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what some people are doing though is
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they're engineering
41:37
AI to provide decision support matrix to
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your decisions in real time as you're
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making them and in the software I've
41:47
been allowed privileged allowed to have
41:51
a look at is his phone based what so you
41:57
know be able to just dial it up on your
41:59
smart phone and go what do you think
42:01
about these blockchain phones like the
42:03
Syrian labs barching and I guess 1dx
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yeah exactly it's a marketing thing
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right I've worked in the telephony
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industry and in fact that was my second
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second major a second major a computing
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job was with a
42:23
Oh SP and other service provider and so
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I've been with the telephony at the
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backbone level since the women 81 maybe
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and so I've seen a lot of it at that
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level and you know any of these kind of
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things again try and go play the
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blockchain to it who benefits
42:39
blockchains are about consensus and
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about we're agreeing that this record is
42:43
exactly this record and is not being
42:45
double spent anywhere else that's the
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whole point of the blockchain is the
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consensus algorithm and the distributed
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ledger so this is the blockchain equals
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sophisticated computer accounting and
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nothing more blockchain does not equal a
42:59
way to pass videos back and forth or
43:01
doesn't offer benefit to anybody for any
43:03
of that kind of stuff but if you're in
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the money business and you're in the
43:06
trust business and you're in the
43:07
accounting business you're gonna be
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living in blockchain from the next
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hundred years makes sense yeah I can get
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down to the code if you want but I'm
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sure you could I would have a clue what
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you're talking about but but yeah I you
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know I'm actually curious to see where
43:25
that some of this blockchain phone
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technology does go take us I mean it
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right now I do feel it's a little
43:30
gimmicky but I get I think it really
43:31
just kind of plays into what sort of use
43:34
case and in you know software
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applications and how it's connected
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there's actually one project two
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projects actually that I'm personally
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very interested on your perspective on
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two of them I've done recent videos on
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and they're - some of my favorite
43:49
projects a on and matrix AI
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and I'm hoping to god you don't tell me
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they're both
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but not familiar I don't think I'm
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familiar with them with them I think
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I've heard of the a on but uh the matrix
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AI is new one okay so I guess the most
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important that I would think for you
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know long term is a on and basically a
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on is a it's it's it's a protocol that
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enables different block chains to kind
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of share data and work together
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oh okay convergence there in their in
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their convergence sweeper arena sure
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that's a that's go Edited  by LocoCharlie

 

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