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114 / Spork
how Denver does blockchain
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The main Denver event has a different vibe than New York and BananaconfConf, and this is the pull that makes Denver special in the blockchain world.

113 / 9M
Modded, private game servers with just a click
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Supporting Minecraft, Source Engine, Voice Servers, Rust, Terraria, The Forest, GTA V, ARK Survival Evolved, 7 Days To Die, GTA SA MP, Insurgency Sandstorm, Satisfactory, Call of Duty 4, Team Fortress 2 Classic, Unturned, Sons of the Forest, Red Dead Redemption 2, ARMA, Black Mesa, Quake Live, Starbound, Subnautica, Citadel: Forged with fire, Squad, Left 4 Dead, Left 4 Dead 2, Killing Floor 2,Icarus, Sven Co-op, DayZ, Palworld

112 / NFTs are dead
Do you want hexagons, or Mercedes and DNS?
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X drops support for hexagons in profile photos, we added it back. Qumosi is your biggest fan for your projects. Namefi secures your DNS names with NFTs.

111 / Paid apps
looking at open source paid apps
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The business plan is right there. The product is right there. It's fast track to learning and making your own product.

110 / Discreet
log contracts
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A new primitive to use Bitcoin across other networks using oracles with limited abilities.

109 / Anita
max wynn?
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We look at the signals and noise in the subculture of memecoins, also known as lottery tickets

108 / NFT bingo
Reviewing 2023 predictions
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Reviewing the 2023 predictions for NFT and the final verdicts on the bingo card. Also looking at travel plans for the upcoming year.

107 / December hack city
Are your favorite projects safe?
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Examining the use of CVEs in reporting vulnerabilities within Ethereum projects, recent authorization attacks on protocols like Floor and NFT Trader, and discussing whether an exploit in Bitcoin inscriptions is a feature or a bug.

106 / Bullish
advanced chart analysis
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In this episode, we cover technical analysis, trading strategies, alternative options to cryptocurrency, NFT-related topics, and more. We discuss predicting price movements, using trading bots, and comparing crypto to gold. We also address listener questions, share updates on partnerships, touch on gaming and encryption, and invite hacking experiences for future discussions.

105 / Sneakers
a passion for collecting
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In this discussion with Barney Wang, we look at a passion for collecting sneakers. How to deal with your parents, how to make it a business and successful pivots with celebrities and collectors making into a career.

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Your host is William Entriken with special cohosts.

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How to CSH?

Release early, release often. We build open source and share our experiences with the world.

We are a community of people who are passionate about art, software, neural networks, changing society by example, launching products.

Join each week live to discuss with like-minded people. All it takes in one hour a week to further your career, plus a few extra minutes to show yourself off.

If you've never contributed to an open source project before… that is the best place to start. Because you will directly connect with people, you are welcome everywhere and everything you do goes straight into your portfolio. A good way to start is to create a profile on GitHub (fill it out ENTIRELY), find any project you are interested (for example this web page you are reading is open source), edit to fix a typo there and then send your contribution however to the project maintainer. On GitHub this is called "save", "fork" and "pull request", you get all those by clicking the green buttons after you save your change.

From your first typo-fix, you have already passed 80% of the world in building your portfolio in technology. Yes really. Put it on your resume. Yes really. Then imagine what other project you will take on next. You're welcome to share with us on the call, and can expect lots of encouragement.