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For me, the interest in technology was already as it's what I do for a living. Blockchain and altcoin has certainly lead me to learn more about economics and convinced me to try my hand at investing beyond standard retirement contributions.

How about you?

Hi Christine! That is good, to learn more and try new things : ) I think we all do connected in and by technology. Blockchain indeed is a breakthrough so yes, i think we all here have spurred our interest in it.
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I have recently heard a story that a farmer children (ages 19-27) made a barn under some high power lines on their own property and they were able to steal electricity by having an induction coil under the roof and also rumors of copper rods within the ground linked to batteries which fueled a cryptocurrency mining farm project, they were caught when the electric company noticed the drain in power. I have also seen pictures of fluorescent bulbs placed under the a high voltage power line with one end in the ground and are lit up by the induced energy. I think it's ridiculous that they are taxing us so much for energy, even if you have self sustained energy, you must pay a tax on the energy you produce! Reminds me of what happened in Waco Texas (If im not mistaken with the location)

It's sad that nobody cares about the amount of EMF emitted from the electronics these days! It's far to expensive to protect yourself from all of it, and the demand for energy is only getting larger and larger. What would this world be like if we used the innovations Tesla made and many other famous scientists! How could this possibly effect the cryptocurrency industry and the future of mining coins?!

Is it true that over 30% of the energy of energy companies produce is lost due to the simple laws of physics?
Where about in China has really cheap electricity fee?


Aye, I certainly know the Waco incident, as I'm from Texas myself lol.

Good question about Tesla. If I end up with more free time in my life, I'd love to follow some of his experiments and see what he was working on. I know that his Wardenclyffe project was widely misunderstood.

The aim of the project was to make free energy available to the entire world. Modern critics say that A) free energy is impossible, and B) amplitude of energy transmitted by a tower will fall off with the distance squared. But Telsa's idea was never to generate free electricity and broadcast it from the tower. He wanted to use the tower to send electromagnetic pulses at the resonant frequency of the earth's Ionosphere, which is massively electrically charged because it is constantly being bombarded by solar radiation. He thought, if an electromagnetic standing wave could be set up in the Ionosphere, then any device on earth could tune itself to the same frequency and draw power directly from the Ionosphere. Something like solar power, but extremely more energetic, because the solar power available on the ground is filtered through the entire atmosphere.

I don't know the exact numbers, but it seems very plausible to me that so much of modern energy generation is lost in waste. Everything that comes out of the generator as heat or sound is wasted energy, so when you see how hot and loud your car engine is for example, you immediately have an idea of how much of that energy is being lost. Certainly seems there is room for improvement lol.
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lets make it Martin Luther King day.  we're thru with the reminder of racism.  we want something new and progressive!
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Blockchain Beyond Hype Videos / Free energy for mining crypto?
« Last post by Xander on October 10, 2019, 03:22:08 pm »
I have recently heard a story that a farmer children (ages 19-27) made a barn under some high power lines on their own property and they were able to steal electricity by having an induction coil under the roof and also rumors of copper rods within the ground linked to batteries which fueled a cryptocurrency mining farm project, they were caught when the electric company noticed the drain in power. I have also seen pictures of fluorescent bulbs placed under the a high voltage power line with one end in the ground and are lit up by the induced energy. I think it's ridiculous that they are taxing us so much for energy, even if you have self sustained energy, you must pay a tax on the energy you produce! Reminds me of what happened in Waco Texas (If im not mistaken with the location)

It's sad that nobody cares about the amount of EMF emitted from the electronics these days! It's far to expensive to protect yourself from all of it, and the demand for energy is only getting larger and larger. What would this world be like if we used the innovations Tesla made and many other famous scientists! How could this possibly effect the cryptocurrency industry and the future of mining coins?!

Is it true that over 30% of the energy of energy companies produce is lost due to the simple laws of physics?
Where about in China has really cheap electricity fee?
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For me, the interest in technology was already as it's what I do for a living. Blockchain and altcoin has certainly lead me to learn more about economics and convinced me to try my hand at investing beyond standard retirement contributions.

How about you?
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Join us for another Blockchain Beyond Hype episode where we interview Emil Sterndorff, Founder & CEO of Altcoin Magazine. We explore the unique challenges the digital media industry faces today and how blockchains can help. You’ll learn how blockchains can be used to cut out intermediaries, ways to improve monetization strategies for content creators, and how improving the incentives leads to better content overall. Centralized platforms such as Medium and YouTube have become very popular. However, blockchain-based startups are exploring new ways to distribute, defend, and monetize digital media. If content creators can earn more money in less time, we can anticipate the incumbent content platforms being disrupted in a big way.
What did you think of the video? Share your comments below!

Read the full interview here: https://blogchainzoo.com/blockchain-in-digital-media-industry/

BBH Guest
- Emil Sterndorff, Founder & CEO of Altcoin Magazine
As Founder and CEO of Altcoin Magazine, he is on a mission to educate the world on new technological advancements primarily in the financial sector. Emil believes that disruption is heavily needed within the industries of finances and asset management with the use of blockchain. More than 350 people are currently contributing to the creation of this magazine.
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Blockchain technology represents an incredible technological breakthrough. However, to get blockchain in the hands of the masses, we need to focus on human-centric design thinking. Join us for another Blockchain Beyond Hype interview where we dive into design thinking for the blockchain space. Our guest is Dennis Roelofsen, Founder & Strategy Director at Yura Agency. We explored current blockchain design challenges preventing mass adoption and some ways to overcome these challenges. We discussed topics such as how to create an innovative brand, how to integrate a more human-centric design, explored design thinking methodologies that Dennis leverages, and covered strategies to improve a brand’s position in the market!

Read the full interview here: https://blogchainzoo.com/product-design-and-branding-for-blockchain/

BBH Guest
- Dennis Roelofsen, Founder & Strategy Director at Yura Agency
Dennis is running a creative digital agency Yura dedicated to building brands in innovation and technology. He is driving business results through the combination of creativity, strategy, and technology. Because every brand is a digital brand. Dennis works with startups, STOs and ICOs, blockchain, and tech-driven companies.
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Blockchain Beyond Hype Videos / BBH#17 Smart Cities and Blockchain - Jochem Verheul
« Last post by Rohan on October 07, 2019, 03:02:59 pm »

With the rise of centralized tech giants such as Facebook and Uber, it’s time to shift the balance of power by leveraging blockchain technology. Join us for an exploration of smart cities and the future of transportation in a recent Blockchain Beyond Hype interview with Jochem Verheul, Founder of The Open Mobility Network. We explored the future of smart cities, transportation, and how blockchain technology can be used to support the future of urban living. We discussed topics such as: what is a smart city, how blockchains enable smart cities, the future of public transportation, and highly scalable blockchains.

Read the full interview here: https://blogchainzoo.com/smart-cities-and-blockchain/

BBH Guest
- Jochem Verheul, Founder of The Open Mobility Network
Jochem is a Singapore based tech entrepreneur with over 15 years of experience in building successful teams and companies. In 2017 he founded VMC, a software company dedicated to use Blockchain technology to solve challenges in human mobility. He is also a researcher at the Erasmus University, focussing on governance challenges in Smart cities. Currently bounces between Amsterdam and Asia Pacific to grow his business smoothly.
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One of the most promising use cases for blockchain technology is gaming. Join us for another episode of Blockchain Beyond Hype as we explore the future of blockchain gaming led by Paul Gadi, CTO and co-founder of blockchain gaming companies Alto.io and Altitude Games. Paul has won several awards including Best Mobile Multiplayer Game in the International Mobile Gaming Awards (IMGA). One of his recent successes is the car racing game Battle Racers, which was featured in Dapp Radar in June 2019.
Topics covered in today’s episode:
➔ Decentralized in-game economies run on a blockchain
➔ The current state of the blockchain gaming industry
➔ Challenges the blockchain gaming industry is facing today
➔ In-game items that persist across games
➔ eSports paying winners of tournaments in cryptocurrency
➔ How blockchain helps value flow to game developers and players (instead of the company and platform owners seeing all the benefits)
Be sure to hit subscribe so you don’t miss another episode of Blockchain Beyond Hype!

Read the full interview here: https://blogchainzoo.com/blockchain-in-gaming-industry/

BBH Guest
- Paul Gadi, CTO and co-founder of Alto.io, Technical Director and co-founder of Altitude Games
Paul has more than 14 years of experience in games and applications development. He is a co-founder and CTO of a blockchain game platform, Alto.io and a co-founder of a mobile game development studio moving into the blockchain game space, Altitude Games. His game developments projects won several awards including Best Mobile Multiplayer Game in the International Mobile Gaming Awards (IMGA) and handset manufacturer awards from Nokia and Sony Ericsson. One of his recent successes is the car racing game Battle Racers, which was featured in Dapp Radar in June 2019.
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The most recent research released by CoinShares shows that the large mining farms are mining bitcoin where the costs of production are above $5,600. With Bitcoin prices over $10,000, that's a highly profitable business because it brings over a $5,000 profit per coin. We asked John Lee Quigley, a founder of Adaptive Analysis, to tell us more about cryptocurrency mining. On this episode of Blockchain Beyond Hype, he talks about mining farms and pools, and renewable energy powering them. He also argues why Proof of Work is by far the most secure consensus mechanism and why bitcoin mining is still sustainable despite the massive energy costs.

Read the full interview here: https://blogchainzoo.com/cryptocurrency-mining-explained/

BBH Guest
- John Lee Quigley, Founder of Adaptive Analysis
First heard of bitcoin in 2015. After the initial skepticism, a bit of further research resulted in him falling down the rabbit hole. With a background in finance, he has been pursuing a career in the crypto industry since 2018, when he started his cryptocurrency content strategy and research agency Adaptive Analysis.
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