For anyone who it interested in learning more about investing, crypto, finance, blockchain, and entrepreneurship can checkout this list I made of the top podcasts to follow in 2019 with some selected episodes chosen from each one: Off The Chain With Anthony Pompliano Host Anthony Pompliano talks to some of the most respected names in crypto and Wall Street to find out how intelligent investors from the new and old financial system are thinking about digital assets. Top Episodes: CZ, Founder and CEO of Binance: Binance and the Future of Global Crypto Regulation Murad Mahmudov: The Ultimate Bitcoin Argument Travis Kling: The Secrets of A Crypto Trader Unchained: Your No-Hype Resource for All Things Crypto This weekly, hour-long podcast with host Laura Shin dives deep into the people building the decentralized internet, the details of this technology that could underpin our future, and some of the thorniest topics in crypto, such as regulation, security and privacy. Top Episodes: Vitalik Buterin, Creator of Ethereum, On The Big Guy vs. The Little Guy Naval Ravikant On How Crypto Is Squeezing VCs, Hindering Regulators, and Bringing Users Choice Blockchain 101 with Andreas Antonoloulos What Grinds My Gears From Meltem Demirors and Jill Carlson, What Grinds My Gears is a podcast about the bizarre and buzzworthy happenings in the world of cryptocurrency. Each week, they delve into one key theme in crypto, and examine this theme through a broader financial, political, and cultural lens to learn from the past, understand the present, and explore the future. Top Episodes: An Unfetted Orgy Of Capitalism It’s All About The DEX, Baby! Tarred & Tethered What Bitcoin Did Since the birth of Bitcoin in 2009, a new class of Crypto assets built using the innovative design of the blockchain is disrupting technology and financial markets. In this podcast you will hear host Peter McCormack speak with crypto traders, miners, venture capitalist, investors, technical developers, CEOs, journalist and other people driving forward the growth of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Link To Listen Top Episodes: Andreas Antonopoulos: What Happens When Bitcoin Takes Over? Peter Van Valkenburg on Lightning & The Law Tuur Demeester on Why Bitcoin Is In Heavy Accumulation Untold Stories with Charlie Shrem Host Charlie Shrem dives deep into the lives and personal histories of some of crypto’s most influential leaders. A focus on personal stories weaves together a nuanced, untold narrative of how the crypto movement truly came to be. Top Episodes: J. Maurice “Wiz” — The Real Story of Mt. Gox & How to Become a Self-Sovereign Bitcoin Miner Arianna Simpson — Why Founders Shouldn’t Think About an Exit & Becoming BitGo’s 3rd Employee Steven Nerayoff — Crypto as a Disruptive Technology & Governments Debasing Their Own Currencies Tales From The Crypt Tales from the Crypt is a podcast hosted by Marty Bent about Bitcoin. Join Marty, Editor in Chief of “the best newsletter in crypto”, as he sits down to discuss Bitcoin with interesting people. Top Episodes: Tales from the Crypt: Pierre Rochard Pt. I Tales from the Crypt #3: Santiago Siri Tales from the Crypt Ep1: The History of Bitcoin Pt. 1 The Token Daily with Soona Amhaz Host soona amhaz sits down with the movers and shakers of the crypto industry to discuss the big ideas they spend their days thinking about. Soona and her guests examine everything from industry trends, to what books they’re reading, to human psychology and investing. Top Episodes: Taylor Pearson, Author of The End of Jobs: Markets Are Eating the World Dani Grant, Analyst at Union Square Ventures: The VC Outlook on Crypto’s Trends and Future Tony Sheng, Independent Analyst: A Writer’s Take on Bitcoin Lore The Flippening Flippening is for cryptocurrency investors. Each week host Clay Collins discusses the cryptocurrency economy, new investment strategies for maximizing returns, and stories from the front lines of financial disruption. Flippening is for a new class of investors that were not part of the financial services world before bitcoin, but got into the finance because of their passion for cryptoassets, blockchain, altcoins, and distributed ledger technology. Top Episodes: Strategies for Accumulating BTC (Instead of USD) w/ Tuur Demeester from Adamant Capital The Economics of Cryptoasset Markets w/ Professor Stephen McKeon Bootstrapping A Crypto Nation State From Scratch, w/ Eric Meltzer of INBlockchain The Chain Reaction Podcast Host Tom Shaughnessy of Delphi Digital converses with the top names in crypto and blockchain. Top Episodes: ConsenSys’ Joe Lubin: Ethereum’s Competition Isn’t Even Close Delphi Digital’s March Analyst Call — Ethereum, Enjin and Our Short Term Bitcoin Outlook Vision Hill Group’s Scott Army: Digital Asset Management of the Future a16z Podcast The a16z Podcast discusses tech and culture trends, news, and the future — especially as ‘software eats the world’. It features industry experts, business leaders, and other interesting thinkers and voices from around the world. This podcast is produced by Andreessen Horowitz (aka “a16z”), a Silicon Valley-based venture capital firm. Top Episodes: What Time Is It? From Technical to Product to Sales CEO Principles and Algorithms for Work and Life Five Open Problems Toward Building a Blockchain Computer Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto Events in crypto take place at warp speed. This weekly crypto podcast reveals how the marquee names in crypto are reacting to the week’s top headlines. With host Laura Shin, the guests also discuss what they’re thinking about these days and reveal what they believe is on the horizon in crypto. Disclosure: Laura is a nocoiner. Top Episodes: To the Moon and Back With Polychain’s Olaf Carlson-Wee Don Wilson of DRW Holdings on What’s Been Driving 2018’s Crypto Downturn Hu Liang of Omniex on What Institutional Players Are Planning to Do in Crypto The Unhashed Podcast Unhashed breaks down the latest in Bitcoin news and developments and puts them into terms everyone can understand. Expect to be both entertained and educated about cryptocurrencies and blockchain. How do hardware wallets work and do they really keep you safe? Which crypto exchanges pose the greatest risk to the bitcoin ecosystem? Does Litecoin help or hinder bitcoin development? Expect the answers to these and many other questions from the Unhashed professionals offering different perspectives to all the blockchain issues you care about! Top Episodes: The Very Rich, Very Patient Binance Hacker Bitcoin Goes High Fidelity Initiating Unhash The Scoop The Block’s team, led by Frank Chaparro, draw out the freshest and deepest insights about digital assets from traditional Wall Street, crypto native, Fortune 500 and many other crypto ecosystem leaders. It’s light, fun and informative brain food! Top Episodes: A Conversation with Mark Yusko, CEO and CIO of Morgan Creek Capital Management A Conversation with Stephen Palley, Partner at Anderson Kill A Conversation with Emilie Choi, VP Business and Data, Coinbase Base Layer Base Layer with host David Nage will be providing insights from founders and investors in the base layer of cryptoassets. Simplifying complex projects and the technology being developed, from interoperability to relayers and more — who is building the future, why are they and how are they doing it. Top Episodes: Base Layer Episode 028 — Zaki Manian (SkuChain, Cosmos, Tendermint) Base Layer Episode 026 — Diogo Monica (Co — Founder, Anchorage) Base Layer Episode 032 — Alexander Skidanov (NEAR) Blockchain Innovation: Interviewing The Brightest Minds In Blockchain Blockchain Innovation is where host Frederick Munawa interviews the brightest minds in Blockchain and cryptocurrency — entrepreneurs, executives, and top academics — to discuss present and future applications of Blockchain Technology. Why? To determine how Blockchain can be used to increase profits, cut costs, and disrupt traditional industries and business models — so you can borrow their strategies, tools, and tactics for your own success. Join Frederick every Tuesday to learn how the brightest minds in Blockchain are pushing the envelope with Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) and token sales, public blockchains, private blockchains, Bitcoin, Ethereum, Hyperledger, smart contracts, and much more. Top Episodes: Why Bitcoin Should Hard Fork With Roger Ver How Blockchain Assets Are Changing The World With Erik Voorhees Blockchain Meets Artificial Intelligence with Dr. Ben Goertzel Blockchain Insider Blockchain Insider, hosted by Simon Taylor and Colin Platt is a dedicated podcast specializing in Bitcoin, Blockchain and distributed ledger technology (DLT). Simon and Colin break down the week’s news with expertise and enthusiasm for the blockchain and digital currency sector. Since the price of Bitcoin has rocketed, and Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin have become household names, Blockchain Insider has charted their rise in a way that’s accessible to new listeners. Top Episodes: Ep. 42. Santander Makes Ripples and Charles Hoskinson Shares His Vision of Cardano Ep. 27. XRP’s Ripple effect and Blockchain use cases Ep. 43. Sexism in Crypto, Pornhub takes Verge, and Binance Denies the Dollar Let’s Talk Crypto Have you ever heard of digital currencies like bitcoin, ethereum, and buzzwords like blockchain, cryptocurrencies and mining? Don’t know what it all means or how to get started? Let’s Talk Crypto with Barry Moore and Tom Galeski breaks it all down in easy to understand terms and helps you “learn and earn” in the age of cryptocurrencies. Top Episodes: 006: Altcoins 017: Fiat & Crypto 010: Proof of Work vs. Proof of Stake Blockchain 2025 Blockchain is a technology that will disrupt nearly every industry. Host Matt Aaron and Blake Moore explore one industry in every episode. How will blockchain change art, music, or online advertising? What projects are already underway? Listen & find out. Top Episodes: Online Ads — Publishers and Advertisers vs. Centralized Platforms Music Biz — Can Artists Have More Money + Freedom? Crypto Debit Cards — A Bridge to the Future? TenX, Monaco, Comit IBM Blockchain Pulse Host and blockchain-evangelist Matt Hooper engages with the planet’s most dynamic blockchain thought-leaders, explorers and innovators to discover the countless new ways blockchain is leaping from theory to reality: From entertainment to identity, from payments to secure supply-chain transparency. Top Episodes: Making Cross-Border Payments Seamless — IBM Blockchain and Stellar’s Collaboration That is Bringing Commercial Payments to the Financial World A Blockchain Origin Story and Enabling Complete Ownership With Blockchain The Future of Protecting Your Wallet and Identity: Blockchain Identity and Digital Credentials, with Adam Gunther and Drummond Reed Messari’s Unqualified Opinions Unqualified Opinions is a podcast hosted by Messari’s CEO Ryan Selkis featuring candid, fast-paced interviews with crypto’s top builders and investors. Top Episodes: Bill Barhydt, CEO & Founder of Abra Anthony Pompliano, Founder at Morgan Creek Digital Unlock Protocol CEO Julien Genestoux
1943 Uprising at Treblinka Concentration Camp (crematorium destroyed)
1944 Jewish survivors of Kovono Ghetto emerge from their bunker
1944 Turkey breaks diplomatic relationship with nazi-Germany
1945 After 3½ days suffering exhaustion, lack of water and shark attacks in the Philippine Sea, the surviving crew of USS Indianapolis are spotted by Wilbur “Chuck” Gwinn, a PV-1 Ventura pilot on a routine sector search. 316 had survived.
1945 Potsdam Conference between Joseph Stalin, Harry Truman and Winston Churchill ends
1948 Fanny Blankers-Koen of the Netherlands wins the 100m in 11.9 at the London Olympics; 1st of unprecedented 3 individual track & field gold medals
1948 Danish swimmer Greta Anderson (1:06.3) touches out American Ann Curtis by 0.2 in the women's 100m freestyle at the London Olympics
1948 Italians Adolfo Consolini and Giuseppe Tosi go 1-2 in the men's discus final at the London Olympics
1952 17 year-old future world champion Floyd Patterson wins the gold medal in the middleweight division at the Helsinki Olympic Games with a 1st round KO of Romanian Vasile Tita
1953 Betty Jack Davis, singer (w/Skeeter Davis), killed in car crash
1953 KCPQ TV channel 13 in Tacoma-Seattle, WA (IND) begins broadcasting
1967 The second Blackwall Tunnel opens in Greenwich, London
1967 "In the Heat of the Night" directed by Norman Jewison, based on John Ball's novel of the same name, starring Sidney Poitier and Rod Steiger premieres in New York (Academy Awards Best Picture 1968)
1968 35th Chicago College All-Star Game: Green Bay 34, All-Stars 17, 69,917 at Soldier Field
1968 Ron Hansen (Washington) & Tim Cullen (Chicago WS) become the first MLB players to be traded for each other twice in the same season, they had been traded in February in opposite directions
1969Bob Dylan makes surprise appearance at Hibbing HS Minn 10th reunion
The Green Energy Conspiracy - A Lie Bigger Than God
You are being lied to on an epic scale so vast it defies human understanding. Here's Paul Beckwith on why the COP shin digs don't work. You got small African countries sending hundreds of delegates to these conferences for little more than an exotic vacation. These conferences are not populated by great minds, they're peopled by politicians and media whores.
Why Huge Climate Policy and Science Conferences Fail
https://youtu.be/gDP8xH_Qmls The world gets over 80% of its energy from fossil fuels. The Paris agreement says that we have to reduce fossil energy 95% below 1990 levels by 2050, yet GDP is going to grow 300% by then. We are promising to do this just to keep temperatures from rising over 2 C. James Hansen calls 2 C a "disaster". It's like taking a child to the edge of a cliff and telling them they'll float up to heaven if they jump off.
The Insane Paris Climate Accord - Dr Roger Bezdek
https://youtu.be/rxJfwWiherg Kevin Anderson says we have 95% chance of failure staying below 2 C. Remember, 2 C is a disaster, we have a 5% chance of achieving "disaster" and a 95% chance of catastrophic cascading collapse by 2050, which is 30 years away.
Kevin Anderson & Hugh Hunt - Quit the loose talk on climate change and let's get serious!
https://youtu.be/skilmEHMsMc It gets better, the big lie that is. We also have to reduce emissions to zero by 2050. We have to reduce emissions to zero, reduce fossil use 95% and triple GDP in 30 years. This is absolutely fucking impossible.
What it takes to limit Climate to 2C (Visualization)
https://youtu.be/PB0YQoMFJ-E We have to grow the economy 300%, reduce emissions 100% all for a 5% chance of restraining events to the "disaster" level. No matter what Bill McKibben and Naomi Klein say, this is 1000% impossible. Meanwhile, worst-case global warming predictions are the most accurate, and there is a 93% chance that global warming will exceed 4C by the end of this century.
Malawi suffers blackouts as drought exposes 98% reliance on hydro power: Shire river, which generates almost all of the country’s power, has fallen to critical levels, leaving major cities struggling. (theguardian.com)
Hey /gamedev, I think everyone knows the importance of IAPs. Found this article that might be helpful (full article here). Hope ya'll find it helpful. Ever since our smartphone’s displays started growing, the number of people using them for different purposes started growing with them. Interestingly enough, we also started measuring how long we used our phones and for what purpose, and realized that the time we spent in apps has also grown dramatically. At this point, there’s no questioning that we live in a mobile-first world. Accordingly, we also have begun to like to use our smartphones to buy things. Last time we checked, more than a third (39 per cent) of people used their smartphones for shopping. Now, when we combine that knowledge with a few educated assumptions that both the number of smartphone users, app users, and the percentage of those using the device to purchase things will continue to grow, it brings us to a simple conclusion that there is huge demand for mobile payment. Ever since 1999, when Ericsson and Telnor Mobil allowed us to buy movie tickets with our mobile phones, the rush towards a better, more reliable and more convenient mobile payment solution never stopped. Already, in 2009, there have been close to 100 million people making purchases via mobile devices, and once Google joined the bandwagon in 2011 by releasing Google Wallet, there was no turning back.
Why we like mobile payment
The reasons are simple, and are pretty much the same as they’ve always been – we humans like our payment systems fast, convenient, safe and transactional. On the other hand, big mobile players like Google and Apple saw an opportunity to make extra profits by tapping into the mobile payment industry. You already had the device in your pocket – they only needed to show you how to use it. Mobile payment has significantly altered digital payments, in two big ways. First – a couple of new devices were created, some exclusively for that purpose – like the contactless payment card (first one issued byBarclaycard in 2007), or the smartwatch (sure, it has other uses too, but mobile payment is arguably at its core). Second, mobile payment has made us focus greatly on security – prior to mobile payments, security (and this is particularly true for smartphones and mobile phones) revolved around passwords and PIN codes. Today, we have fingerprint scanners, iris scanners, facial recognition technology, two-factor authentications everywhere, you name it. We’ve learned, and we’re still learning, how to keep our digital assets secure. This second point is quite important, too. Today’s smartphones basically hold our lives together. We don’t need to remind you of all the things you have on your phone, and unless you keep it safe, you’re in for a world of pain. That’s why it is so essential to implement mobile payment correctly. From this intro, we can conclude two things:
Mobile payment is everywhere, and if you’re not in on the action, be sure your competitors are. Mobile commerce is currently worth $230 billion, and by this time next year, will most likely hit $700 billion. This is a race you don’t want to finish last in.
Mobile payment must be implemented correctly, or else. Fail to implement it properly, and you can end up being elbowed out of business completely, ruining your image and UX in the process. It really is that serious.
Tapping into mobile payment
Deciding to add mobile payment to your apps is the first, and probably most important step – but the journey can also be involved and perilous. At the core of building a proper mobile payment system for your app, are four elements: Trust, User Experience, Security and Platforms.
If we had to triage everything, and just focus on one element of the mobile payment system, this would be it. Without trust (especially in the post-Snowden world of today), nothing else matters. You need to have a system people can trust, and you can (and should) achieve that by focusing on:
Transparency – Be completely open about which data you are using, which permissions you’re asking for and why, and give your users total control over both data and permissions. You can actually make them work for you – not against you.
Communication and error feedback – Remember that time when you paid your bills via mobile app, but weren’t completely sure if the transaction went through or not? Remember how calling your provider and finding the right person to confirm this took ages, and how upset and annoyed you were? Making this process as seamless (and rare) as possible is the way towards your customers’ hearts
This really should go without saying, but the user experience (UX) will determine if people will come back to your app or not, and if they’ll be willing to recommend it to their friends and family. If for no other reason, than for this Avanade report, Customer Experiences and Your Bottom Line, which basically says that for every extra dollar you invest into customer experience, you can expect three back. “Almost half of those surveyed have experienced increased customer loyalty over the past 12 months by prioritizing a customer experience strategy,” Scott Anderson, Chief Marketing Officer at Sitecore said when they announced these results. So what makes a quality user experience for mobile payments? Think about how you like your mobile payments to be. You’d most likely want them to be:
Quick and effective (as few clicks as possible, rapid processing times)
Obviously, with such an important and big element to any app, things like bugs, errors and crashes are bound to happen. Constant monitoring and optimization of your UX, through qualitative analytics, will allow you to quickly spot and eliminate any issues. App analytics can often be confusing, giving you a bunch of numbers that you can’t really put to good use. Qualitative analytics can literally put you in your users’ shoes, helping you better understand the hows and the whys of the complete user experience, from first contact, to the last one.
Third make-or-break element of implementing a solid mobile payment solution is security. Remember the Anthem hack, back in 2015? How about the eBay one from 2014? Target one from 2013? JP Morgan Chase? Sony Entertainment? LinkedIn? Home Depot? MySpace? Data breaches are everywhere, and some reports out there suggest that there isn’t a single company out there safe, regardless of its size, or business type. Sure, a data breach can cost you serious money. It might take time to get your app back up and running. It might cost a little extra to do all the forensics in the aftermath. It will definitely cost a little extra to fix all the holes you failed to patch up in the first place, not to mention settling any lawsuits which might come flying your way if you compromised user data (especially if that data is money-related). But it’s not just money. A compromised mobile app can ruin your reputation, and in the long-term, that can be even more devastating. For example, this CSO report says reputational damage following a data breach is real, and its results might be hard on your bottom line. Just look at the chart below. A OnePoll survey of 2,000 consumers says that 86 percent were ‘not at all likely’, or ‘not very likely’ to continue doing business with a breached company. We can argue that no one is ever completely safe, and that could be true – which is why having continuous quality assurance is essential. Scrutinize your security as much as you can, and constantly keep an eye out on it. Only by staying vigilant and implementing proper security initiatives/safeguards can you keep your users safe and grow your business.
Finally – the only actual “dilemma” in the article is whether to use a pre-existing mobile payment platform, such as PayPal or Stripe, or to go with your own, developed from scratch. Both ways have their pros and cons, and should be chosen depending on your current financial, experience, and manpower situation. By going for a pre-existing platform, you can skip the long and tedious task of coding, and let people who’ve been ‘in the zone’ for quite some time now do the heavy lifting for you. But – it comes with a price, and as long as that price is lower than what you’d need to pay for a team of developers, security experts, compliance experts, user experience analysts and testers – go for it. Pre-existing platforms automatically handle the following key issues: *Security *– Measures such as SSL certificates, or HTTPS will already be taken care of. They’re extremely important as it’s known that consumers won’t buy through unprotected apps. *Anti-fraud compliance *– Payment Card Industry Compliance, Data Security Standard, or PCI-DSS. According to this blog post by Yalantis, becoming PCI certified can take months. If you’re interested in getting your app’s payment system up and running as fast as possible, you should avoid building it from scratch. *Feature variety *– From a user experience point of view, this is essential. Big players offer a wide variety of features – that can be various types of payment (one-time or recurring, for example), different types of authentication (tokens, for example), or analytics and reporting. Creating and adding new features every once in awhile can take up a lot of your time and resources. Those are the key elements a pre-existing platform can help you with. The heavyweights in this industry are PayPal, *Stripe *and *Braintree *(owned by PayPal). The difference between them is in the features they offer, their pricing, and the ease and speed of integration. For software developer Pete Keen, the latter is ‘pretty important’: “Having a pre-made integration or a reasonable API is important for getting payments up and running as fast as possible,” he told Thinkapps. Let’s take a look further at what these platforms have to offer:
Simple to implement (drag ‘n’ drop functionality), supports both iOS and Android, Apple Pay and Android Pay
Stripe Checkout – off-the-shelf payment form for both web and mobile
PayPal comes with the biggest number of features, which is why it’s often the most popular choice, especially among companies. A standout feature is the ability to send money to multiple recipients at the same time. Other features include:
PayPal Here – credit card reader SDK
Automated bookkeeping and advanced analytics
Pricing: 2.9 percent of the charge plus 30 cents per transaction for the first $0-$30,000 a month
Do not forsake your mobile payment
Mobile payment has become huge, and it’s just a matter of time before we can’t even remember how it was to live without it. Adapting the new technology now, and doing it properly, means you’re securing yourself a brighter future. But it is essential to do it right – otherwise things can get real ugly – real fast. Carefully choose if you’d go for a pre-built platform, or your own. Consider the elements above – trust, user experience and security. There are many SDKs out there that promise an ‘effortless’ and ‘seamless’ implementation process, but it can be challenging to “manage the entire process within the context of the app without making it complex, or buggy,” as TechBeacon’s Erik Sherman puts it.
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