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123 / Spearphishing
don't run crypto apps
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A crypto expert discusses sophisticated spear phishing in the crypto sector, experiences with scammers, and the importance of due diligence like KYC. They also highlight strategies to avoid email-based crypto scams and engage with others on potential collaborations, emphasizing the need for cautious interaction in the crypto world.

122 / A major brand
will digital twin all their consumer products
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In this episode, speakers discuss the FTC ending non-compete clauses, enhancing employees' ability to switch jobs without restrictions. The conversation also covers how QR codes and blockchain technology will revolutionize product tracking, leading to improvements in authenticity verification, recall efficiency, and carbon tracing for consumer goods. The implications for commerce, small businesses, and the tech industry are explored with optimism for future developments.

121 / Self selection
in-group NFT communities
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In this episode, speakers discuss the evolution of NFTs and community building in the space. They touch on different aspects of digital communities, regulations, and the future of online events, including the role of metaverse platforms. The episode also covers a variety of upcoming events in the tech and crypto world.

120 / Last Last Crumb
more cookies, beers and product labelling
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Will and Kevin go through a variety of gourmet cookies, each paired with a complementary beer. They critique flavors like lemon bar, peanut butter, and red velvet, discussing the balance of sweetness, texture, and overall enjoyment. Top picks include the chocolate chip and lemon bar cookies, while red velvet ranks lower. They highlight the importance of beer pairings in enhancing the cookie tasting experience.

119 / Last Crumb
cookies, beers and product labelling
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Beer connoisseur Kevin Spier joins for beer and cookie pairings. They discuss a unique cookie brand known for luxury, limited-edition treats and NFT collaborations. They unbox and taste-test various flavors, emphasizing the quality, branding, and experience of cookie consumption.

118 / Energy cookies
confections plus community
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Energy drinks, cookies and brands we know... all in the booths at NFT nyc. Looking at the interesting brand plays and how the contribute to our vision. Great progress on business models.

117 / Liquid NFTs
do you want artwork that's a liquidity pool?
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We review ERC 404 which pairs an NFT with a liquid ERC 20 token, enabling DeFi interactions. Looks at issues, confusion arising from transfers, potential security risks, and market reactions.

116 / Starting with Xcode
how to open source your first thing
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We dive into the intricate process of starting an Xcode project using Swift. We explore the best practices for setting up a Swift Module Template, troubleshooting common issues, and navigating Xcode's quirks. Tune in for a hands-on demonstration.

115 / Foggie Max
how you know when DePIN is popular
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Different people, tech and not tech, all asking questions about DePIN. We interview the team around Foggie Max and discuss Aioz and DIMO to learn about these new models

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.

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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.