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Tales from the Crypt
Citadel Dispatch e47 - the future of bitcoin nodes and the nodlito with @ketominer and @IAskuwheteau

Tales from the Crypt

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 80:35


EPISODE: 47 BLOCK: 713088 PRICE: 1959 sats per dollar TOPICS: the future of bitcoin nodes, nodlito, cloud services, tradeoffs, el salvador, custodial wallets, hardware failures, mesh nets, onboarding merchants in the developing world @ketominer: https://twitter.com/ketominer @IAskuwheteau: https://twitter.com/IAskuwheteau Streamed live every tuesday: https://citadeldispatch.com twitch: https://twitch.tv/citadeldispatch​ bitcointv: https://bitcointv.com/video-channels/citadeldispatch/videos telegram: https://t.me/citadeldispatch​ support the show: https://tippin.me/@odell stream sats to the show: https://podcastindex.org/apps join the sphinx tribe: https://tribes.sphinx.chat/t/citadeldispatch

Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes
Ken Griffin on Unfettered Conversations with A and Z

Podcast Notes Playlist: Latest Episodes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 19:50


a16z Live Podcast Notes Intro Ken Griffin is the CEO of the investment firm, Citadel. Ken joined an a16z live Clubhouse conversation to discuss his perspective on the GameStop saga and his winning bid for the US Constitution in the auction against ConstitutionDAO.Host: Marc Andreessen (@pmarca)Read the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgAn excerpt from a Clubhouse conversation, where Marc interviews Ken Griffin, CEO and founder of Citadel, on GameStop one year later and why the stock price hasn't crashed, as well as about his winning bid for the Constitution in the auction against ConstitutionDAO.

Strata Leadership Show
Interview with Peter Arnstein: Lessons Learned

Strata Leadership Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 28:51


Speaking with Nathan Mellor on the Strata Leadership Show is Peter Arnstein. Peter brings a wealth of valuable experience in corporate finance and capital markets to executive coaching for individuals, teams, and enterprises. His approach is action and outcome-oriented. Clients embrace practices that unleash their potential to get past obstacles, aim higher and surpass what they once considered not possible. The path includes identifying and clarifying goals, taking action, being accountable, and following through. Peter is known for his focused enthusiasm, insight, results orientation, and sense of humor to connect deeply and productively with clients.Drawing upon over 30 years of investment banking experience, Peter partnered with C-suite leaders, owners, and entrepreneurs to advise on and execute strategic transactions requiring integration of a variety of subject matter and skills in a time-sensitive, high-stakes, and risk-laden environment.Peter cultivated client relationships at Lehman Brothers and PaineWebber (now UBS) in New York, at First Union (now Wells Fargo) in Charlotte, North Carolina, and at Mesirow Financial in Chicago. He was co-head of the mezzanine investment group at GATX Capital.Peter's executive coaching is fueled by his interest and curiosity in developing and sustaining leadership throughout an organization and beyond. He finds executive coaching to be a tremendously challenging and fulfilling craft to continue to serve clients on a personal level with the mission of creating greater well-being for many.Peter earned a BA in Economics from Stanford and an MBA from Wharton (University of Pennsylvania). He is certified as an Executive Coach from UC Berkeley Executive Education and the Berkeley Executive Coaching Institute. Peter's volunteer leadership activities include pro bono coaching for students at the College of Charleston School of Business and The Citadel – the Military College of South Carolina.Peter enjoys outdoor adventures, swimming, and biking to stay in shape, humor and comedy in a variety of forms, and reading history, biography, and fiction. Peter is married, with three grown children: two sons and a daughter.

The Libertarian Angle
Thanksgiving and Inflation

The Libertarian Angle

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 34:26


What is the real meaning of Thanksgiving, and what does inflation hold for Americans in the days ahead? Join FFF president Jacob G. Hornberger and Citadel professor Richard M. Ebeling as they examine those two questions. Please subscribe to our email newsletter FFF Daily here.

Will and Lee Show
Will, Lee, & Andrew Learn Web3: #32 Shalin Pei: Coinbase Designer. Unlocking a Playground for Creativity.

Will and Lee Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 71:09


Shalin is the design manager for Coinbase Wallet. Early in her career, she worked on search at Google. Prior to Coinbase, she worked on Augmented Reality at Facebook. To prepare for her new role at Coinbase, she deep-dived into Web3 and found a playground for creative builders that are working together to shape an optimistic future.In this episode we discuss:Shalin is the design manager for Coinbase Wallet. Early in her career, she worked on search at Google. Prior to Coinbase, she worked on Augmented Reality at Facebook. To prepare for her new role at Coinbase, she deep-dived into Web3 and found a playground for creative builders that are working together to shape an optimistic future.In this episode we discuss:ENS (Ethereum Name Service) (https://ens.domains/)ENS Airdrop (https://cointelegraph.com/news/early-ethereum-name-service-ens-adopters-rewarded-with-a-hefty-five-figure-airdrop)The list of things Shalin did to onboard into Web3https://www.coinbase.com/earnhttps://rabbithole.gg/Bored Ape Yacht ClubBored Ape Mutant and Kennel Club NFT Airdrop (https://blogs.airdropalert.com/serum-for-mutant-ape-airdrop/)Bored Ape Yacht Club Interview (https://www.rollingstone.com/culture/culture-news/bayc-bored-ape-yacht-club-nft-interview-1250461)The Biggest Celebrity NFT Owners in the Bored Ape Yacht Club (https://decrypt.co/86135/biggest-celebrity-nft-owners-bored-ape-yacht-club)Bored Ape Yacht Club at NFT.NYC (https://www.inputmag.com/culture/bored-ape-yacht-club-nft-nyc-ape-fest)Bored Ape Yacht Club: The Case for Licensed Commercial Use Rights (https://medium.com/@deconomist/bored-ape-yacht-club-the-case-for-licensed-commercial-use-rights-b1bbd463d189)How DAOs and tokens is the future of work and replace equity (https://www.cnbc.com/2021/10/25/what-are-daos-what-to-know-about-the-next-big-trend-in-crypto.html)Constitution DAO@ConstitutionDAO (

Tales from the Crypt
Citadel Dispatch e46 - improving your home bitcoin mining setup with @BigCohoo, @dfrumps, @RoninMiner, and @BtcBoulder

Tales from the Crypt

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 153:11


EPISODE: 46 BLOCK: 711998 PRICE: 1738 sats per dollar TOPICS: securing the cheapest power, braiins os, negotiating with your power company, utilizing solar subsidies, asic resale value, efficiency, slush pool, mining pool centralization, hosted providers vs running it yourself @BigCohoo: https://twitter.com/BigCohoo @dfrumps: https://twitter.com/dfrumps @RoninMiner: https://twitter.com/RoninMiner @BtcBoulder: https://twitter.com/BtcBoulder Streamed live every tuesday: https://citadeldispatch.com twitch: https://twitch.tv/citadeldispatch​ bitcointv: https://bitcointv.com/video-channels/citadeldispatch/videos telegram: https://t.me/citadeldispatch​ support the show: https://tippin.me/@odell stream sats to the show: https://podcastindex.org/apps join the sphinx tribe: https://tribes.sphinx.chat/t/citadeldispatch

The Citadel Cafe: A Sci-Fi and Fantasy Podcast
The Citadel Cafe 424: A Very Merry Hawkeye

The Citadel Cafe: A Sci-Fi and Fantasy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 72:37


Stephen and Joel set their sights on the first two episodes of Hawkeye on Disney+, discuss viewer short attention spans, and how some brand logos are just a little off the mark.

A Quick Timeout
Playing with Pace at Duke | Jack Castleberry, Citadel Bulldogs

A Quick Timeout

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 21:45


Jack Castleberry is the associate head coach for the Citadel Bulldogs. After a health issue sidelined Citadel's Coach Duggar Baucom, Coach Castleberry found himself in the head seat against Duke in Cameron Indoor Stadium. He talks about the experience, how his team plays with pace, and improving your team over the course of a season.This episode is sponsored by the Dr. Dish Basketball Shooting Machine. Mention "Quick Timeout" and receive $300 off on the Dr. Dish Rebel, All-Star, and CT models.Let Hudl Assist bring your stats to life. Every stat is marked on the video at the moment it happened. See every shot, turnover, rebound and much more with just a few clicks. Visit Hudl Assist to learn how Hudl is elevating basketball.

Bankless
ROLLUP - VCs Abandoning Ethereum | Macy's & NFL NFTs | ConstitutionDAO vs Citadel | Binance Arbitrum

Bankless

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 117:39


Locked On Blue Devils - Daily Podcast On Duke Blue Devils Football & Basketball

JJ Jackson recaps the Duke Basketball win over The Citadel and chats with Candace Cooper of Locked On ACC about the state of Duke Football and reviews the first several games of the basketball season. Twitter: @LO_BlueDevils | @_JJ_Jackson_ Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. PrizePicks Don't hesitate, check out PrizePicks.com and use promo code: “LOCKEDON” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy! NetSuite Over twenty-seven thousand businesses already use NetSuite and RIGHT NOW through the end of the year NetSuite is offering a one-of-a-kind financing program to those ready to upgrade at NetSuite.com/LOCKEDONNCAA. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Ferrall Coast to Coast
11/23 Hour 2: Joe Lisi, CFB Preview, NHL Slate, & More

Ferrall Coast to Coast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 48:10


Scott and Dane Martinez are talking the Bucs cruising to a win against the Giants on Monday Night Football, the latest NFL MVP & Super Bowl odds, Baker Mayfield unfazed by boos, Roquan Smith saying the Bears need to execute, Bears fans want Nagy gone, Sean McDermott says Bills aren't happy, Henry Ruggs on house arrest, latest NFL news & notes, LeBron suspended for first time in career, Grizzlies beat Jazz on late 3, Rozier seals win for Hornets, Aldridge has big game for Nets, Sabonis and Pacers not getting carried away, Maxey leads Sixers over Kings, the latest favorites to win NBA title, tonight's NBA slate, Ohio State beats Seton Hall on last second 3, Citadel coach collapses on court, #1 Gonzaga vs. #2 UCLA tonight, NHL recap and predictions, latest MLB news & notes, Jim Harbaugh looking forward to rivalry game against OSU, college football latest, tonight's MACtion, and more! Plus, Joe Lisi drops by to give his college football analysis!

Ferrall Coast to Coast
11/23 Hour 1: Donovan Lewis, NFL Week 12 Preview, NFL MVP Odds, & More

Ferrall Coast to Coast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 48:36


Scott and Dane Martinez are talking the Bucs cruising to a win against the Giants on Monday Night Football, the latest NFL MVP & Super Bowl odds, Baker Mayfield unfazed by boos, Roquan Smith saying the Bears need to execute, Bears fans want Nagy gone, Sean McDermott says Bills aren't happy, Henry Ruggs on house arrest, latest NFL news & notes, LeBron suspended for first time in career, Grizzlies beat Jazz on late 3, Rozier seals win for Hornets, Aldridge has big game for Nets, Sabonis and Pacers not getting carried away, Maxey leads Sixers over Kings, the latest favorites to win NBA title, tonight's NBA slate, Ohio State beats Seton Hall on last second 3, Citadel coach collapses on court, #1 Gonzaga vs. #2 UCLA tonight, NHL recap and predictions, latest MLB news & notes, Jim Harbaugh looking forward to rivalry game against OSU, college football latest, tonight's MACtion, and more! Plus, Donovan Lewis is here to break down all things Cowboys

Tales from the Crypt
Citadel Dispatch e45 - the future of mobile lightning wallets with @ericsirion, @akumaigorodski, and @fiatjaf

Tales from the Crypt

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 116:14


EPISODE: 45 BLOCK: 711009 PRICE: 1752 sats per dollar TOPICS: the future of mobile lightning wallets, federated chaumian ecash, el salvador experience, hosted channels, IMMORTAN, simple bitcoin wallet, lightning liquidity, private routing, user experience, better wallet names, jupiter has a lot of moons @ericsirion: https://twitter.com/@ericsirion @akumaigorodski: https://twitter.com/akumaigorodski @fiatjaf: https://twitter.com/fiatjaf Streamed live every tuesday: https://citadeldispatch.com twitch: https://twitch.tv/citadeldispatch​ bitcointv: https://bitcointv.com/video-channels/citadeldispatch/videos telegram: https://t.me/citadeldispatch​ support the show: https://tippin.me/@odell stream sats to the show: https://podcastindex.org/apps join the sphinx tribe: https://tribes.sphinx.chat/t/citadeldispatch

Citadel Dispatch
Citadel Dispatch e45 - the future of mobile lightning wallets with @ericsirion, @akumaigorodski, and @fiatjaf

Citadel Dispatch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 116:14


EPISODE: 45 BLOCK: 711009 PRICE: 1752 sats per dollar TOPICS: the future of mobile lightning wallets, federated chaumian ecash, el salvador experience, hosted channels, IMMORTAN, simple bitcoin wallet, lightning liquidity, private routing, user experience, better wallet names, jupiter has a lot of moons @ericsirion: https://twitter.com/@ericsirion @akumaigorodski: https://twitter.com/akumaigorodski @fiatjaf: https://twitter.com/fiatjaf Streamed live every tuesday: https://citadeldispatch.com twitch: https://twitch.tv/citadeldispatch​ bitcointv: https://bitcointv.com/video-channels/citadeldispatch/videos podcast: https://anchor.fm/citadeldispatch​ telegram: https://t.me/citadeldispatch​ support the show: https://tippin.me/@odell stream sats to the show: https://podcastindex.org/apps join our sphinx tribe: https://tribes.sphinx.chat/t/citadeldispatch

Citadel GrayLine
Citadel GrayLine #2021022

Citadel GrayLine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 42:21


Sharlissa de Jesus and The Citadel volleyball team capture the school's first SoCon title in women's sports. Duggar Baucom collapses with a health scare at Cameron Indoor Stadium; but his basketball team stands tall in defeat at No. 5 Duke with the most 3-pointers by an opponent in the Blue Devils' historic home. Also on this Fall 2021 finale, we close out Brent Thompson's 2021 football team's run with a salute to the unexpected road win at Chattanooga.

The Best of the Sports Shop
Duke Basketball Wins, UNC Basketball Needs Work

The Best of the Sports Shop

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 16:17


Reese & K-Mac discuss Duke men's basketball and their win over the Citadel. Also, they talk about some areas where UNC basketball can improve. The Sports Shop with Reese & K-Mac: The best urban sports talk show heard weekday mornings from 7 to 10 on Buzz Sports Radio in the Raleigh-Durham area. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Best of the Sports Shop
ACC Basketball, Carolina Blitz, The Undefeated Spotlight

The Best of the Sports Shop

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 49:04


The Sports Shop with Reese & K-Mac: The best urban sports talk show heard weekday mornings from 7 to 10 on Buzz Sports Radio in the Raleigh-Durham area. Reese & K-Mac discuss ACC Basketball action, including Duke's win over the Citadel, and how UNC basketball can improve after back-to-back losses over the weekend. Vashti Hurt of Carolina Blitz joined for Game On or Game Over to discuss the Carolina Panthers, Lebron James, and more. Also, The Undefeated Spotlight with John X. Miller. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duke Basketball Report
#360 - Cruising past The Citadel

Duke Basketball Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 35:05


Only minutes after Duke soared past the 100 point mark for the first time all season, the DBR Podcast sat down to break down what happened in the game against The Citadel Bulldogs. Jason and Donald just cannot stop comparing Wendell Moore to Shane Battier. It is completely unfair, but they are struggling to come up with any other comp for Wendell's play early in his junior season. They also loved what they saw from Paolo Banchero and Mark Williams in this contest. And, they spend some time praising the effort from the Bulldogs, who set a record for 3-pointers made by an opponent inside Cameron Indoor. Make sure you check your podcast feed later this week too, because the guys are preparing a special preview episode that will drop on Wednesday. Stay tuned for that! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

No Sharding - The Solana Podcast
Daffy Durairaj - Co-Founder, Mango Markets Ep #53

No Sharding - The Solana Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 42:46


Daffy Durairaj is the co-founder of Mango Markets and is currently working full time as a developer in service of the Mango DAO.00:28 - Origin Story04:44 - Seeing the order book10:20 - The idea behind creating Mango Markets15:38 - Going from creating smart contracts to creating Mango17:32 - How big is the DAO?20:01 - The Launch29:15 - VCs and the launch32:43 - Decentralization and getting stuff done34:55 - Will DAOs ever compete with big tech companies?40:43 - What's next for Mango Markets? Transcript:Anatoly (00:09):Hey folks, this is Anatoly and you're listening to the Solana Podcast, and today I have with me Daffy Durairaj, who is the co-founder of Mango Markets, so awesome to have you.Daffy (00:20):It's great to be here.Anatoly (00:22):So origin story, how'd you get into crypto? What made you build Mango Markets?Daffy (00:30):How did I get into crypto? So, I started off really not wanting to get into crypto. I was really interested in algorithm training. I did that in college and did some competitions that I did well in, and I wanted to trade equities, but it turns out if you have not enough money, if you have a few thousand dollars it's just not allowed. You're not allowed to algorithmically trade. There's a patent day trader rule, and I was infuriated and I was just looking around and I found Poloniex where you can do anything you want. The thing that actually hooked me first to Poloniex was the lending market because immediately as soon as I saw an open lending market, I was like, "Oh wow, I have to buy some bitcoin, and I have to lend it out." And, Poloniex was all bitcoin, and then it gradually got into just the meat of it, which was algorithmic trading and everything about crypto seemed exciting, but I actually didn't want to hold bitcoin. Poloniex was all bitcoin, but again, I think the government sort of pushed me in the right direction.I was like, "Okay, I don't want to hold bitcoin, I'll hedge off my risk on BitMEX, but again, not open to US persons, and so I was kind of reluctantly holding bitcoin and thinking, all right, I have a few thousand dollars if things go bad in this whole bitcoin thing. I'll come out okay. I'll get a job or whatever, but just never got a job, just kept holding bitcoin and continue to trade crypto, and I did that for about five years. Then, I wanted to actually start trading on chain because I thought this was probably for a lot of the reasons that you built Solana, the censorship resistance, and the global liquidity of it, and the openness of it, the fact that you're not excluding people that have a few thousand dollars. I wanted to build on chain and I was just not very bullish on a lot of things, so I kept going back to trading, and then I saw Serum DEX, and I was just hooked. I placed a trade and it felt totally natural and normal. It wasn't like $40 and takes 20 seconds and you don't know if it... And, then MetaMask was jammed and you're like, "Oh, but how do I cancel this?" So, that was a long-winded way of saying I was a trader and then I saw Serum DEX and then I had to start building the tools that would make Serum DEX even more fun.Anatoly (02:59):That's awesome. I got into it by trading. Basically, I set up like an Interactive Brokers IRA account, and that let me kind of bypass the rules.Daffy (03:11):Really?Anatoly (03:13):With a very small amount of money. I think they probably closed these loopholes already. I wrote a bunch of stuff on top of their Java STK and started trading there.Daffy (03:22):I remember I actually got started that way too. I did a bunch of stuff for their Java, and we can tell you we're both programmers. We wanted to build this money machine. It's so fascinating, and it's a machine that-Anatoly (03:40):It prints money.Daffy (03:40):It does things and it prints money. What more could you want? So, I got started with Interactive Brokers, but I guess the whole IRA thing... Because I was a college student, and so even talking to an accountant would take a huge dent out of my net worth.Anatoly (04:01):Totally, it's all really not designed for... The whole financial system in trading in the US is designed to funnel retail towards an app like E-Trade or Robinhood, which takes a cut, and then sells that trade to somebody else, who will take a cut, and then 10 other people until it gets an exchange, and that's how everybody's protecting their neck. They're all taking a little slice, and I think what's cool about crypto is that even centralized exchange like FTX is 1,000 times better and less extractive of the users than anything in traditional finance, simply because they can guarantee settlement. Such a very simple thing.Daffy (04:49):You feel it right from the beginning. You go to Poloniex in 2016, and it's like, oh, you have an email, you have deposited bitcoin, and now you're just lending to people. So, just talk about not being extractive. To see the order book through Interactive Brokers or Ameritrade or whatever costs you a lot of money and it costs them a lot of money to provide it, and I don't think I'd ever seen an order book. This was my passion, this is what I love to do, and I've never actually seen it.There's that story of the blind men who are touching this elephant, and so I had kind of figured out maybe what the order book looks like, but then on Poloniex, you go there and you just see the order book and you see all the lights flashing and you're like, "Oh, this is it. This is where the trades are happening." And, that's free, and of course, a big part of Mango Markets as well is you can see the order book. That's it, that is it, there's nothing more, and it's all on chain and all this stuff. So, in terms of not being extractive, it's a really big piece of what motivates people to come in.Anatoly (06:02):I don't know if you ever tried to get data, real data. I wanted timing information when a bid comes in or when an ask comes in versus when it's filled. How do I get access to it? Because when you get data from any of these places, basically it's like a little better than Yahoo Finance, which is like every five minutes they give you a low and a high.Daffy (06:27):I don't know, did you ever succeed at doing that in Interactive Brokers?Anatoly (06:32):No, I recorded some of it, but it just never had that fidelity and it always felt like a gamble. I'll build some models and sometimes stuff would work locally against my simulations, but then whenever I would actually try to run it, I'd see that fills take a little longer than they should and all this stuff really feels like you're not interacting directly with the trading system, that somebody when they see your order they're like, "Well, maybe I'll put my order ahead of yours or do whatever or slow you down a bit." It just sucks.Daffy (07:16):It feels very opaque, it's like a black box, and of course, this is all for people like me who are kind of looking on the outside looking in. So, if I had gotten a job at Citadel or somewhere, then I could probably see what's actually happening, but the fact that the vast majority of people are going to look at it and not really know it's actually happening, not everyone wants to see an order book. That's an important fact, but there are a large number of people who need it to be a little bit transparent to be involved.Anatoly (07:49):What I hate about it is that there's a lot of people that make a lot of money from you not seeing, that they're in the business of information assymetry and fuck them.Daffy (07:58):So, it's not a family friendly podcast, so it's good. I was going to ask that. So, there's a funny story on RuneScape. I don't know if you've ever played RuneScape.Anatoly (08:17):I played Ultima Online, which is I think similar vibes in the early days.Daffy (08:22):Yeah, so on RuneScape, just like on the point of no one being able to see anything, on RuneScape, also they had an order book because that's the most natural thing to do, and I actually had to figure it out from first principles. I would place a trade and I would see that sometimes it would get executed and sometimes it would not get executed, then I realized, okay, if I place a trade for these water runes or something or oak logs or something, and I put the price really high it gets executed at some price that's not the price that I said, and then I was able to form this concept of that's the asking price. I didn't even have the terminology for this, and then I did the same for set the price to zero for a trade and now I found the bid, and now I can make a lot of money actually underbidding the best asker and overbidding the best bid.Anatoly (09:18):So, you're market making.Daffy (09:20):Yeah, so it's funny, I was reminded because you said there's a lot of people who make a lot of money in you not knowing, and I was just minting money. It took me years to accumulate like 1 million gold pieces in RuneScape and then I was able to just 30X it in a month.Anatoly (09:46):Too bad RuneScape is not a crypto currency. Whoever is running RuneScape, you're missing a huge opportunity right now to just go full crypto.Daffy (10:00):There was some talk about some NFT or something on Twitter. Somebody was trying to encourage Jagex, the company, to get involved in crypto, and of course, I tried to signal boost it, but eventually everyone falls in line.Anatoly (10:17):How did you end up with the idea for Mango Markets?Daffy (10:21):So, I have to give credit to dYdX. It was like 2019 and I hadn't really considered that this was possible. I was heads down writing, trading algorithms and trading crypto just kind of holding all of my wealth in bitcoin and I was borderline bitcoin maxi on that, and just seeing dYdX do it in those early days... Now of course, they're way more successful now. Those early days seemed that you could do leverage trading on chain, and they kind of showed it as a proof of concept, which I just kind of started pacing back and forth like, oh my God, this is changing our worldview completely.Ethereum was slow and whatever, so years went by. Actually, maybe just like a year, and then I saw Serum DEX where I felt finally, okay, all the pieces are in play and also I wanted to market make on Serum DEX, but I really need leverage. I don't really need leverage, it just makes market making dramatically more efficient and safer. Leverage is just this tool that people who are involved in the financial plumbing really need, and it wasn't there. I was like, "Okay, this is the time and I have to learn how to code smart contracts," which sounds like a very scary and daunting task, but it was not that bad.Anatoly (11:54):The scary part was that you guys were building on a platform that was really rough around the edges at the time.Daffy (12:02):Well, no one told me that shit was really rough around the edges at the time. That was actually maybe important. You come in and there was nothing to do, this was August of 2020, things were not locked down necessarily here in the United States, but people kind of scattered. No one was hanging out in the major cities, they had kind of went to go live with their families, as did I. I fled San Francisco and went to the rural part of North Carolina. So, there was nothing going on and you just have all the time in the world and bitcoin is doing well, so that's funding you in a way.Bitcoin is this big, or crypto in general, it's all the people who bought it or own some crypto, as long as it's going up, it's kind of funding whatever zany side projects you have in mind. So, this is just a side project. Wouldn't it be cool if I could access this part of the world or this technology? And so, that's why chewing glass... You probably coined that term, I don't know, that's why chewing glass wasn't so hard because that pressure to... You have all the time in the world basically.Anatoly (13:30):Basically, COVID and lockdowns were so boring that chewing glass to learn how to code smart contracts with Solana was like a reprieve from the boredom.Daffy (13:45):And, I've heard you kind of say, okay, a bear market is when everyone is coding. To give the opposite perspective, I feel like a bull market, unlike much more chill, oh yeah, nothing really matters. Crypto is going up, it doesn't matter what I do. The rent is going to be paid for, everything is going to be fine, might as well engage in high variance new ideas, new projects. In a bear market, I'm very I got to grind, I got to squeeze out a couple of more bips out of this trading algorithm because I got to pay rent. So, that's the bullish case on bull markets.Anatoly (14:30):That you can try something crazy. That is the point where people enter this space is in a bull market. It's that they kind of start coming in droves because they're like, "Everything is crazy and I can also be part of the party." But, it's hard as a founder to stay focused because you are in that high variance, high risk taking kind of mindset.Daffy (14:58):There's a trade off of during a bull market there's a lot of things looking for your attention, and a bear market is very calm, or it can be. If you built up a lot of liabilities during the bull market, now you have to stay afloat during the bear market. Maybe it's calm in the external world, but internally it's not calm. You're like, "I got to do X, Y, and Z today every day." There's that natural pressure.Anatoly (15:32):So, you decided to learn coding on smart contracts on Solana. How did you end up going from there into Mango?Daffy (15:39):Initially, it was called Leverum. Not it, there was just an idea and there was a command line tool where you could... The YouTube video might still be out there, and Max was out there somewhere on the internet and he saw it and he thought it was a great idea. And so, he reached out to me and we did some other things like speculative about a prediction market, and then we were like, "Okay, no one is going to build margin trading." A lot of people are saying it, but it doesn't look like if we just wait it's just going to happen in the next couple of weeks or something. It's probably we just have to build it.Not we just have to, but we totally should. This is clearly a very important piece of the Solana ecosystem. So, we started building it. Mango was just we were thinking alliteration is good. Everybody loves mangoes, it's a fruit that I have never heard of anybody who doesn't like mangoes. It's probably the high sugar content and Mango Margin was the idea, but then we got the domain Mango.Markets. It's kind of evolved now. When you're starting off with something, you have kind of a narrow scope. You're like, "I just want to be able to borrow money." And now, there's this Mango DAO and people are talking about NFTs and drones. I'm talking about drones. I don't know if anybody else is, but it's just gone way higher and now I'm like, "I'm a humble servant of the Mango DAO." And, that's totally a normal thing to say.Anatoly (17:27):How big is the DAO?Daffy (17:28):How big is the DAO? That's a good question.Anatoly (17:30):In humansDaffy (17:31):That's like a philosophical question. In human terms, wow, again, even still a philosophical question. So, I think if you go to MNGO token, if you go to the Solana explorer and just type in mango or MNG or something, you can probably... I don't know if they have a list of unique token addresses, so in some sense that's the DAO, but in terms of the number of people who actively post on the forums and make proposals, that's much smaller. I'm guessing there's thousands of people who have votes, but the number of people who make proposals and add meaningful commentary on the forums is maybe 20 people, and it's expanding pretty quickly.I always see new people coming in. There's also not just people, there's the wealth of the DAO and the cultural reach of the DAO, the spiritual significance of the DAO, all of those seem like size if you ask how big is the DAO. You interviewed Balaji Srinivasan, and there's this idea that he had on Twitter that was like a DAO should buy land in Wyoming and send a drone to circle it and this is kind of like a moon landing sort of kind of thing or some kind of significant breakthrough where the DAO is controlling physical objects in the real world. So, this is very exciting to me, but it has nothing to do with margin trading, it's just something exciting that maybe in a bear market, I don't know, I'll push to get this done.Anatoly (19:23):Do you want the control to happen on chain?Daffy (19:25):Yeah, I think that's necessary. Maybe not the total control, but some kind of signal that distance... So, you can kind of think of Congress authorizes a certain thing and then the executive branch does it. If we could make that link be as automated as possible, I think there's something useful there, at the very least something exciting and interesting, kind of like the moon landing where maybe there wasn't anything useful, but it was inspiring for sure.Anatoly (20:02):So, the DAO, if you guys decided you want to do something with leverage and lending, and how you guys launched was really unique. I don't even know if people did this in Ethereum. To me, this is the first time anyone's kind of done this style of launch. Can you talk about the design and how you guys thought of it and what let you make those choices?Daffy (20:25):So, people early to Solana may be familiar with the Mango market caps and how that went, which somewhat argues the first NFT on Solana, and that was done pretty much sort of like how NFTs are typically done where there's a mad rush to grab the caps as soon as possible and the price is swinging wildly and there's a lot of people. Now, I think we put that together as an April Fool's kind of thing, very quickly, and so it was great for what it did, but the experience from that was, okay, there's going to be a lot of angry people. If you do it in this way where the DAO is raising funds, and this is the inception of the DAO, the DAO is raising funds for insurance fund, you probably don't want it to just be distributed to the people who were the fastest to click.And, that was the idea. We probably don't want that. It doesn't seem useful, it seems like a lot of angry people, and a lot of frustrated people. So okay, so you take out the time component, you take out the luck component, and then you're left with you kind of have this sort of auction that lasts 24 hours, but then what if X somebody comes at the last moment and dumps in a huge amount of money and raises the price for everyone? Everyone gets the same price. So, our design was we'll have a withdrawal period or a grace period at the end, the remaining 24 hours where if you kind of don't like the price, you can bail out. It had some flaws and I think we knew about those flaws from the beginning. We were like, "Okay, we just pushed to this game of chicken to a later point where someone can put in a lot of money to scare other people away and then they pull out at the last second. And that did happen, but it's not clear if that was net positive or net negative.Anatoly (22:28):And kind of in summary, there's this 24 hour period where people deposit funds in for a fixed supply of tokens.Daffy (22:36):Correct.Anatoly (22:37):And, then the period is over, and now everybody knows what the total amount in the pot is for the token and there's kind of this price that's created and then if you don't like the price, you can withdraw the entire bid or as much as you want. You can only reduce your bid.Daffy (22:54):Correct.Anatoly (22:54):But, you don't need to withdraw the entire bid, you can just reduce it.Daffy (22:57):Correct, yep.Anatoly (22:58):So, then that pushes the average price down at the same time, so for every dollar you take out, you kind of get a better price per token.Daffy (23:07):And, you see the price ticking up during the first 24 hours as more and more people are putting money in and then the price ticking down over the next 24 hours.Anatoly (23:19):I'm a huge fan of this setup because it creates a lot of... There was news, you guys made the news because it was almost half of all of USDC that was minted on Solana ended up in that smart contract. It was like 45% of it.Daffy (23:43):I remember actually because we saw the USDC on Solana was 700 million the days before and then it had climbed up to like 1.1 billion or I don't know what the number was at the end, and there was 500 million in the contract at the end of the first 24 hours. That was not the intention.Anatoly (24:05):It's like it was minted.Daffy (24:05):And honestly, I think you could appreciate it better from the outside than from my point of view for sure, and of course, I also could appreciate it better from the time distance, but that was not expected. We kind of knew that there would be a lot of money placed in the beginning and then money would go down. That was in all the documentation that we wrote, and that was expected and we had all these dev calls where everyone was always talking about it, and I was like, "Okay, come on. Literally, there isn't that much USDC in Solana." So, it can't be that bad, but of course, I underrated the possibility that someone could just mint a whole bunch of new USDC and bring it in from somewhere else. It made the news and a couple of other projects did the same thing, and I wonder if maybe it's a one time kind of thing. The game only works once. You can't expect to scare people every time or use the tactic every time.Anatoly (25:10):Maybe, I think a lot to be said, but there was no other way to go. Mango took it all, so there was no private round, they were never listed anywhere. This was really the only way to get it, and the anticipation of a project that was awesome, and from every other perspective is... What I always tell founders is that you should always raise the least amount for the highest price. The VCs kind of have more power than you usually because they have more information, they look at many deals, people come to them, they have the money, but it's sometimes the founders have this asymmetry where they're the only ones without equity. They're the only ones without tokens and that moment is if you can get everybody at the same time to compete for that thing, then you've kind of created the symmetry there and you maximize the capital raise for the DAO, for the project, for the community, and therefore that actually is a good thing. You have more resources to build a vision.Daffy (26:16):Although, I'll clarify, I think the DAO is still handing out a lot of tokens, so there's still a lot of ways to acquire Mango tokens, and that was kind of the inception for the insurance fund. The DAO has been paying people out of the insurance fund, and so it's been useful, but there's still more tokens to be had. There is a slight private rounds and I totally understand why people do them, but like I said earlier, if you are in crypto for a while, and this the cool thing about bull markets, I don't actually need money, I just need to pay rent and bitcoin has gone up 50%, so I'm solid.And, no one was paid anything. There was just Mango tokens that were given to people and they were told the DAO values your contribution or this is the inception of the DAO, and everyone worked to build this thing. People worked without even the Mango tokens and sort of the tokens were given after the fact. I think it's a valuable way to build crypto projects actually.Anatoly (27:30):I want more teams to try to totally from genesis this DAO first approach, but it's really tough because you guys had such a principled view on how things should be done and there's a lot of people out there that are offering money for that one thing. How did you guys have the discipline to just go stick with this?Daffy (27:54):We had a lot of discussions about all these things. We talked to VCs and we still do and we like all VCs actually. So, I think Satoshi, I'm not trying to draw a comparison to us to Satoshi or anything, but there is this beauty in that story and I think there's a lot, maybe even the majority of bitcoin's value at least to me... To me, I just love the narrative. I love the story of Satoshi, the pseudonymous founder who is one of the richest people on the planet right now. Obviously, they're in a no VCs. This person wanted to not make a big fuss. It was kind of like this clockmaker prophetic person who just came and then left, built this thing and then left, and that's such an amazing story.There are these long, long payoffs. Maybe they take a while, but they definitely do pay off that if you're not hurting for rent, again, I was in a position, all the other Mango devs were in this position as well where it was a bull market, we're not getting eviction notices or something, we could kind of float the boat for a while. Just consider the longterm payoffs, consider the five year payoffs. Stories are amazing.Anatoly (29:17):The weirdest thing is that every good VC will tell you that you should maximize for the highest return. Don't worry about the middle exit, or don't compromise. Actually, imagine you're taking over the world, what are the steps to get there? And, the risk don't matter. Actually maximize for the high and this is the irony here is that I think this kind of fair launch, most distribution will probably result in overall longterm, better, and higher returns, but the risks that I always find is that humans are hard to organize and at the same time, cryptography is this new tool for organization.It is what allows us to massively scale agreement and complex problems, really, really complicated problems. We can just click a button and vote and agree on that one and you know. You know that the decision was made, but I'm curious, do you see tension between the decentralization, kind of the disorganization of the DAO and getting shit done? I've got to build stuff.Daffy (30:34):No, 100% actually, on a daily basis actually. There was a podcast with the guy on Twitter that goes by Austerity Sucks and this was back in April. We talked about this and he brought up a similar point and he was, "Yeah, this DAO thing, it's all a fine and dandy idea, but do you think this will work?" And I, to be honest with you, am skeptical, however it is always felt to me sort of a high variance idea, kind of like if you were in the 16th century Netherlands or the 17th century Netherlands and you were like, "Okay, we've got to get spices from India. How do we do it?"And, you come up with a joint stock corporation and then the join stock corporation is everywhere and I don't think anyone has really figured out how to do DAOs well or what's the right mix, how do we communicate, how do we coordinate, all those things. I don't think anyone's quite figured it out yet. No one had figured it out like six months ago. I still don't think we have figured it out, but if it works, the payoff is enormous. There is global coordination, there isn't a jurisdiction. I imagine the DAO is controlling drones one day. It could be wild. So, even taking into account all of my skepticism, I was still like, "Okay, we should do the DAO idea." Anyway, not just me, Max is totally on board with this and Tyler and all the other people who kind of built Mango Markets. But on a day to day basis, as of October 2021, now I'm thinking, okay, maybe what we need to do is have small teams that build things and then pitch it in front of the DAO and get compensation. So, the DAO is kind of the government and it subcontracts out to people. Maybe not like direct democracy rules everything and we'll try that out and if that doesn't work, we'll try something else out, but try new stuff out quickly.Anatoly (32:45):That's awesome. This is actually a really good strategy to incentivize product development. Building an MVP, which means you're the PM, and the implementer, the dev, and you go do all the work and here's your management. It's all done, just give me money.Daffy (33:09):And, there's some maintenance tasks, so it's not purely new products, so I'm thinking Mango V4, but also in the meantime, there are all these nodes that need to be paid for.Anatoly (33:24):I think you guys will need to split. We called it KTLO, keeping the lights on work. You for six months, you're on KTLO duty, and you get paid a salary effectively, and you just got to keep the lights on, but then some other folks are like, "Go build something that you can propose to the DAO and the DAO will fund it."Daffy (33:49):I think that's basically what we have coalesced on is that, well, some people should be doing KTLO and other people should be doing new things, building the new product, and it takes kind of the risk out. The DAO doesn't have to pay for whatever stuff that I produce for Mango V4, but we both have some kind of incentive to be honest about it. If it's clearly a huge improvement or even a very substantial improvement, DAO should pay me something because if the DAO doesn't, then you can expect future builders to not go for it. And, we have these discussions on the forums.People make good arguments like this. I think the average IQ in the Mango Markets forums is very high. I think probably higher than most legislative bodies. I'm just going to go out on a limb and just say that. Not ours of course, ours is obviously very high IQ, smart people in our government, but you know.Anatoly (34:55):Do you believe five years there's going to be a 30,000 person DAO. Imagine a tech company, 30,000 engineers, or 30,000 people, they got product managers, teams, layers of bullshit. Is there going to be a DAO that's competing with a big tech company?Daffy (35:16):It's legitimately really hard to figure out how this might look. The reason why I hesitate so much with the question of a 30,000 person DAO is I'm not sure it'll look exactly like a corporation that we can say, okay, these are these 30,000 people. You might never be able to figure out who is part of the DAO and maybe that's one of the benefits of the DAO. If I asked you, how many people are part of Solana, not Solana Labs, but Solana the community? It's a little bit difficult to even answer, lots of people, various levels of involvement, and financial. Some people have a lot of financial stake until you don't, but some people have a lot of financial stake and no involvement at all. It's wild all over the place. Does Bitcoin look like a country or a corporation? I can even point my finger on what it is.Anatoly (36:20):So, even LINE had a battle that had 8,000 people all coordinating over something and I think they have corporations within that game that are maybe probably span up to 1,000 I'd imagine. So, that's people organizing using tech for a common goal without a job, without a structure that you normally have at a company. Linux was built by people organizing online. I think as soon as you have something to lose and in Linux and even LINE you start building up a virtual token, your reputation is a contributor to this thing and becomes a thing that we don't normally think of as valuable in a monetary way, but it's valuable to that person, but I definitely care about my ability to continue contributing to an open source project. So, where tokens I think can get there is if there is something of value being created by the community, some common goal that everyone is working on and that token is in the middle of it and is uniting and organizing it. I think that could scale as large as a corporation.Daffy (37:45):No, I agree with you. I just think it'll always be a little bit hard to figure out how many or who is involved, just by the nature of it. I just think it'll be always a little bit hard to figure out, but will 30,000 people be building on Mango or some DAO? You already know the numbers better, but we might even be approaching that with Solana. So, I'm not part of Solana Labs or affiliated with Solana in any way, but building on Solana, and also I have a financial incentive too, but also I have a reputation incentive and it feel like I'm part of the Solana corps or whatever it is, but I don't know what it is. It doesn't even exist. It's not even a DAO. There isn't even a DAO there.Anatoly (38:39):Oddly enough, I feel the same way about Eth and bitcoin even is that we're competing with them.Daffy (38:50):But, it all feels like we're actually kind of a part of the same team and-Anatoly (38:54):This is the weird part that I think is going to be really interesting how it plays out because I don't think it's obvious to anybody what is crypto. Is it the token? Is it the coin? Is it the network? Is it the cryptography itself?Daffy (39:10):It's not the cryptography itself, so we can strike that one out.Anatoly (39:14):Are you so sure? I think it's honestly the power that a person has to be able to make these very concrete statements that are unbreakable no matter how... That's the math. The math behind it is what allows them to do them.Daffy (39:36):I don't totally know the cryptography itself. I know basic 101 number theory stuff, but I remember going through my first programming class and coming up feeling just very powerful. I'd write stuff down and then it happens. Kind of like a king, actually, more powerful than a king in a lot of ways because I was writing these training algorithms and it was happening around the world in ways that probably a medieval king couldn't imagine and crypto brings that to finance where things of actual value can be moved.Mango Markets exists and you can go there and place a trade right now, but it was just somebody who wrote it. I was involved based on you can see the GitHub contributions, but it was just people who wrote it and that's probably... We can maybe chalk that up to the cryptography.Anatoly (40:43):So, what's next for you guys?Daffy (40:46):There's drones on the horizon. Yes, sometime in the future, but we have to do a lot of the nitty-gritty, roll up your sleeves kind of work. On Solana so far, there isn't... Maybe a lot of projects are struggling with this, indexing all the data and providing it for people in a usable way because there's just so many transactions. It turns out if transaction fees are really low, people just make a lot of transactions and they don't think about it.And so, gathering it up and displaying it in a useful format to people, that's a very immediate term and then slightly medium term is sort of becoming the place where everyone does leverage trading and does borrow and lending, all the crypto natives. And then of course in the longterm, I would say it's somebody like my mom should be able to store her money in Mango Markets and not think twice about it. It's not a good idea right now I wouldn't say, but that's the goal. That involves a lot more social things than just technological things. That's get it to a level where she can do it safely and feel comfortable and manage her keys, or even if she's not managing her keys, have a solution for how the keys might be managed, that she's not falling for scams, and that's I would say my longterm goal.Anatoly (42:09):That's awesome, man. On that note, man, really awesome to have you on the podcast. Great conversation. I'm always excited about what you guys are doing and how the community is building this ecosystem of its own, so really amazing. It's serendipity that you guys started going on Solana, just really lucky to have folks like you in the ecosystem.Daffy (42:35):Thanks a lot. It means a lot. This was really fun.

The Penumbra Podcast
4.05: Second Citadel--The Perils of Pellinore (Part 2)

The Penumbra Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 42:46


Sir Pellinore is prepared for anything... except, perhaps, the shapeshifting teenage rascal he's just imprisoned in his fortress. She might be a little more than he bargained for.Welcome to the Penumbra, dear Traveler. We hope you enjoy your stay.(Trigger warnings can be found at the bottom of this episode description and at the end of the transcript.)-------You can find all of our transcripts here: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/2/folders/1bnWLw5dTW4l9A0bmOMzEiy6XqqsXHHi_Transcripts will come out along with the public release of the episode.On staff at the Penumbra:Kat Buckingham -- Head of Merchandise and OutreachAlice Chuang -- Head of DesignMelissa DeJesus -- Script editing teamHarley Takagi Kaner -- Co-creator, Head of Episode Development, Director, Sound designerMilo Ellersick -- Promotional artistNoah Simes -- Production managerGrahame Turner -- Script editing teamKevin Vibert -- Co-creator, Head of Operations, Lead writerRyan Vibert -- Composer and performer of original musicRecorded by Mertz at The Bridge Sound & Stage--------Attribution:Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode"Kind of Girl" by Jeris, featuring spinningmerkaba: http://ccmixter.org/files/VJ_Memes/35657“20080303_Venice_churchbells.aif” by thanvannispen https://freesound.org/people/thanvannispen/sounds/49268/“Splash, jumping, H” by InspectorJ https://freesound.org/people/InspectorJ/sounds/352102/“Smashing, wooden fence, C” by InspectorJ https://freesound.org/people/InspectorJ/sounds/352208/“Door Smash 1” by qubodup https://freesound.org/people/qubodup/sounds/218890/“On a wooden ship at sea” by LXX.70 https://freesound.org/people/LXX.70/sounds/91071/“Machete_05” by Jagadamba https://freesound.org/people/Jagadamba/sounds/275116/---------Trigger warnings: - Violence and threats of violence- Depictions of sexism and xenophobia- Body horror- Sudden loud noises- Enclosed, claustrophobic spaces- Water/drowning

Moon Money
Robinhood & Citadel Lawsuit DISMISSED

Moon Money

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 16:40


Robinhood & Citadel Lawsuit DISMISSEDhttps://www.wsj.com/articles/judge-dismisses-meme-stock-lawsuit-against-robinhood-and-citadel-securities-11637265778  https://beincrypto.com/loopring-ceo-lrc-gamestop-nft-speculation/ RISK WARNING: Trading involves HIGH RISK and YOU CAN LOSE a lot of money. Do not risk any money you cannot afford to lose. Trading is not suitable for all investors. We are not registered investment advisors. We do not provide trading or investment advice. We provide research and education through the issuance of statistical information containing no expression of opinion as to the investment merits of a particular security. Information contained herein should not be considered a solicitation to buy or sell any security or engage in a particular investment strategy. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.

The Skinny Confidential Him & Her Podcast
Dr. Craig Koniver & Dr. Keli Koniver On How To Make The Best Health Decisions, Weigh Options, Optimize Heath, & Create Healthy Glowing Skin

The Skinny Confidential Him & Her Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 97:48


#411: On today's episode we are joined by a powerhouse couple, Dr. Craig Koniver MD & Dr. Keli Koniver PhD. Dr. Koniver is the founder of Koniver Wellness, is a health and human performance expert with nearly a quarter century of experience and ground-breaking innovation in nutrient and science-driven protocols for performance and longevity and his wife Dr Keli is the founder of Koniver Aesthetics has an MBA from The Citadel and a doctorate in Health Administration from the Medical University of South Carolina. This episode is all about health, wellness, skincare, and more. To connect with Lauryn Evarts click HERE To connect with Michael Bosstick click HERE Read More on The Skinny Confidential HERE For Detailed Show Notes visit TSCPODCAST.COM To Call the Him & Her Hotline call: 1-833-SKINNYS (754-6697) Check Out Lauryn's NEW BOOK, Get The Fuck Out Of The Sun HERE This episode is brought to you by The Skinny Confidential  The Hot Mess Ice Roller is here to help you contour, tighten, and de-puff your facial skin and It's paired alongside the Ice Queen Facial Oil which is packed with anti-oxidants that penetrates quickly to help hydrate, firm, and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, leaving skin soft and supple. To check them out visit www.shopskinnyconfidential.com now.  This episode is brought to you by No Days Wasted Their hero product is called DHM Detox, which is the vitamin for people who like to enjoy their drinks. It's designed to help you bounce back the next day. Get 20% off your order and free shipping in the US. Just head over to www.NoDaysWasted.CO/SKINNY and use promo code "SKINNY” at checkout This episode is brought to you by Sakara This year, turn your resolutions into reality. Whether you're looking to try plant-based eating, build an empowered body, boost skin's glow, or simply feel your very best, Sakara makes it easy to create rituals that last. Sakara is a wellness company rooted in the transformative power of plant-based food. Their menu of creative, chef-crafted breakfasts, lunches, and dinners changes weekly, so you'll never get bored. And it's delivered fresh, anywhere in the U.S. And right now, Sakara is offering our listeners 20% off their first order when they go to www.sakara.com/skinny and enter code SKINNY at checkout. This episode is brought to you by Reliefband  Reliefband is the #1 FDA-Cleared anti-nausea wristband that has been CLINICALLY PROVEN to quickly relieve and effectively prevent nausea and vomiting associated with motion sickness, anxiety, migraines, hangovers, morning sickness, chemotherapy and so much more. Visit www.reliefband.com and use promo code SKINNY for 20% off plush free shipping and a no questions asked 30-day money back guarantee.  This episode is brought to you by Brooklinen Give the gift of comfort this holiday season and save while you do it! Go to www.brooklinen.com and use promo code SKINNY for $20 off with a minimum purchase of $100 Produced by Dear Media 

Locked On Blue Devils - Daily Podcast On Duke Blue Devils Football & Basketball
Duke Basketball Beats Lafayette + The Citadel Preview

Locked On Blue Devils - Daily Podcast On Duke Blue Devils Football & Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 31:00


JJ Jackson reviews the Duke Men's Basketball win over Lafayette, previews the game vs. The Citadel and recaps the weekend for Duke Women's Basketball, Duke Men's Soccer and Duke Women's Soccer. Twitter: @LO_BlueDevils | @_JJ_Jackson_ Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. PrizePicks Don't hesitate, check out PrizePicks.com and use promo code: “LOCKEDON” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy! NetSuite Over twenty-seven thousand businesses already use NetSuite and RIGHT NOW through the end of the year NetSuite is offering a one-of-a-kind financing program to those ready to upgrade at NetSuite.com/LOCKEDONNCAA. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Today in America
ConstitutionDAO Loses Auction To Citadel CEO

Today in America

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 5:18


Quick Take ConstitutionDAO loses the auctioned U.S. Constitution to Citadel CEO Ken Griffin. TIME Magazine adds ETH to its balance sheets from a partnered deal with Galaxy Digital. Aave launches its institutional arm Aave Arc to provide a regulated sandbox for DeFi. Connext Network adds support for bridging to Optimism directly from other sidechains and L2s   Read more: https://ether.fm/079

Ethereum Daily - Crypto News Briefing
ConstitutionDAO Loses Auction To Citadel CEO

Ethereum Daily - Crypto News Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 5:18


Quick Take ConstitutionDAO loses the auctioned U.S. Constitution to Citadel CEO Ken Griffin. TIME Magazine adds ETH to its balance sheets from a partnered deal with Galaxy Digital. Aave launches its institutional arm Aave Arc to provide a regulated sandbox for DeFi. Connext Network adds support for bridging to Optimism directly from other sidechains and L2s   Read more: https://ether.fm/079

Dungeon Fables
Episode 144-Hellfire Citadel (Part 2)

Dungeon Fables

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 87:41


Our adventure through the Hellfire Citadel raid continues with our next three bosses. We get a chance to compare some backstories between the two universes, listen to the next Lords of War video, and get swallowed! I do take time to talk about a recent WSJ article about Bobby Kotick. **Trigger Warning** It does touch on sexual harassment, rape, and death threats. Maybe don't listen to that part around your children. For a brain cleanse, here is the link to the Twitter Friday Question where people left links to their favorite fan made Warcraft videos.  ----------------- tinyurl.com/dfpodmerch https://www.patreon.com/dungeonfables warcraftradio.com/directory www.twitch.tv/aliandras  

Duke Basketball Report
#359 - Mark Williams and AJ Griffin hammer Lafayette

Duke Basketball Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 59:50


With Mark Williams dunking and blocking everything on the inside and AJ Griffin draining step-back threes from the outside, Duke laid a real beatdown on Lafayette. The DBR Podcast crew breaks it all down including a wild projection for Wendell Moore's career that sounds crazy, but when you think about it really could happen. After a break, we look ahead to The Citadel, including a lengthy conversation about how to pronounce the name of the school, and we begin to look ahead to the huge matchup with Gonzaga. Plus, we still have thoughts about the DWI incident that impacted the team and Sam admits he may have made a mistake in his first comments on how Duke handled things... a mistake that was pointed out to him via a listener email. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Citadel Cafe: A Sci-Fi and Fantasy Podcast
The Citadel Cafe 423: Shang-Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings

The Citadel Cafe: A Sci-Fi and Fantasy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 66:21


Joel is joined by Alastair and Lou to celebrate ten years of The Citadel Cafe and talk about Shang-Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings, and the new trailer for Spider-man No Way Home. Plus, looking forward to new sci-fi and fantasy IPs coming soon to streaming services.

Investment Fund Secrets
228. Investment Fund vs Holding Company | What's The Difference?

Investment Fund Secrets

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 10:43


So you always hear about the big financial super powers like Citadel, Berkshire Hathaway, Goldman Sachs, The Blackstone Group, etc... And initially, it seems like they are all just really big funds. However, Berkshire Hathaway and Goldman Sachs aren't funds... they are holding companies! Don't get me wrong, funds and holding companies do have a lot of similarities, but there are also a number of differences that are important to know, especially when you are deciding if you want to start one or the other So in today's episode, Lincoln is going to be breaking down the differences and similarities between a fund and a holding company, along with providing insight on which model would work best for you

The Libertarian Angle
Rising Prices and the Federal Reserve

The Libertarian Angle

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 37:49


What is the relationship between rising prices and the Federal Reserve? Join FFF president Jacob G. Hornberger and Citadel professor Richard M. Ebeling as they discuss this issue. Please subscribe to our email newsletter FFF Daily here.

Citadel GrayLine
Citadel GrayLine #2021021

Citadel GrayLine

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 46:34


Brent Thompson discusses the openings he projects for his Citadel football team as 2022 arrives. The current gridiron edition of the Bulldogs picked up a big overtime win over Wofford, the home finale at Johnson Hagood Stadium. Also, PostandCourier.com insider Jeff Hartsell has an update on the 2-1 Citadel basketball team; and FCS and SoCon expansion chatter.

Tales from the Crypt
Citadel Dispatch e44 - using secure random number generators to generate bitcoin keys with waxwing and @raw_avocado

Tales from the Crypt

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 97:22


EPISODE: 44 BLOCK: 710040 PRICE: 1647 sats per dollar TOPICS: random number generators and why they are important when securing bitcoin, history of backdoors, compromises, and poor implementations, multisig tradeoffs, hardware wallet tradeoffs, mitigations to reduce your risk @waxwing: https://x0f.org/@waxwing @raw_avocado: https://twitter.com/raw_avocado Streamed live every tuesday: https://citadeldispatch.com twitch: https://twitch.tv/citadeldispatch​ bitcointv: https://bitcointv.com/video-channels/citadeldispatch/videos telegram: https://t.me/citadeldispatch​ support the show: https://tippin.me/@odell stream sats to the show: https://podcastindex.org/apps join the sphinx tribe: https://tribes.sphinx.chat/t/citadeldispatch

Lore Boys
System Shock Lore

Lore Boys

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 72:50


This week we're heading to the space station Citadel at the Lagrange 6 point around Saturn for System Shock lore. We've got a rogue AI conducting horrific biological experiments but hey, at least they're giving out free iPhones, right?To join the discussion and suggest a topic, check out our Discord.As always, we super appreciate you listening, and hope that if you enjoy the show you'll tell your friends and leave us a review on iTunes and the rest our social media (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.) We wanna hear from you guys, so shoot us an email at contact@loreboys.com .And many thanks to Eric Skiff for the use of his song, A Night of Dizzy Spells, as our show's theme song. Get ad-free content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Wine Dine and Storytime
Home is Where the Bodies Are

Wine Dine and Storytime

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 108:36


Thanksgiving is quickly approaching and many of us dread the thought of this although not as much as the individuals we cover this week.  Dana tells us another story based around the infamous Citadel. This time she focuses on Harry De La Roche Jr. a family annihilator who blamed his death rampage on the hazing he experienced while attending the college.  Nydia tells us about the Dupont de Ligonnes family murder and the mysterious disappearance of their patriach, Xavier Dupont de Ligonnes. Cindy lightens the mood with some stories of family mishaps.      For dinner this week, Cindy brought us the comforts of home with a delicious meal of chicken pot pie; potatoes on the side. For dessert, a milk and cookies lasagna. Who knew those words paired so well together. The wine this week was Oyster River Chardonnay.  A tasty wine brought to us straight from a small winery in Warren, Maine.   Check out our linktree for links to our socials and ways to listen and support our podcast: Wine Dine And Storytime  or call us some time  6093003094 This week we also got to work with some other podcasts we think you should check out! You can find them here: Cults Crimes and Cabernet  Where did we get our info?  Dana: De La Roche Found Guilty in Killing Of Family and Given Life Sentence (Published 1978) Woman Who Left the Citadel Tells of Brutal Hazing Ordeal (Published 1997) Harry: A Communication Breakdown on Vimeo Montvale Man Who Murdered Parents, Brothers Denied Parole Again True Crime: NJ Thanksgiving weekend massacre How The Citadel Works De La Roche, Harry - Astro-Databank In Glory's Shadow by Catherine S. Manegold Nydia: Dupont de Ligonnès murders and disappearance Geneviève, la très énigmatique mère de Xavier Dupont de Ligonnès The Dupont de Ligonnès Family: What We Know Xavier Dupont de Ligonnès and the Nantes house of horror Cindy 17 people share the funny and dramatic family stories that now are referred to as 'the incident.' What did we eat? Chicken Pot Pie Recipe Milk and Cookies Lasagna What did we drink? Oyster River Wine Chardonnay  Theme Song By:  Jon Katity Organ

Citadel Dispatch
Citadel Dispatch e44 - using secure random number generators to generate bitcoin keys with waxwing and @raw_avocado

Citadel Dispatch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 97:22


EPISODE: 44 BLOCK: 710040 PRICE: 1647 sats per dollar TOPICS: random number generators and why they are important when securing bitcoin, history of backdoors, compromises, and poor implementations, multisig tradeoffs, hardware wallet tradeoffs, mitigations to reduce your risk @waxwing: https://x0f.org/@waxwing @raw_avocado: https://twitter.com/raw_avocado Streamed live every tuesday: https://citadeldispatch.com twitch: https://twitch.tv/citadeldispatch​ bitcointv: https://bitcointv.com/video-channels/citadeldispatch/videos podcast: https://anchor.fm/citadeldispatch​ telegram: https://t.me/citadeldispatch​ support the show: https://tippin.me/@odell stream sats to the show: https://podcastindex.org/apps join our sphinx tribe: https://tribes.sphinx.chat/t/citadeldispatch

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick
Dean Obeidallah and John Avlon Episode 477

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 94:19


Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more This Week's Sponsors are The Quip Electric Toothbrush GetQuip.com/Standup and Indeed.com/StandUp 37 mins Born in the Great State of New Jersey, Dean Obeidallah's comedy comes in large part from his unique background of being the son of a Palestinian father and a Sicilian mother. Dean, an award winning comedian who was at one time a practicing attorney, co-starred on Comedy Central's “The Axis of Evil” Comedy TV special. He is the co-creator of Comedy Central.com's critically acclaimed Internet series “The Watch List” featuring a cast of all Middle Eastern-American comedians performing stand up and sketch comedy. Dean has appeared twice on ABC's “The View,” on the nationally syndicated TV series “Comics Unleashed with Byron Allen” and was one of five comedians profiled in the recent one hour TV Special entitled: “Stand Up: Muslim-American Comics Come of Age” which aired in the US on PBS and internationally on BBC World and Al Jazeera. Dean co-directed and co-produced the award winning documentary “The Muslims Are Coming!” featuring a tour of American-Muslim comedians performing free comedy shows across the heartland of America in the hopes of using comedy to foster understanding and dispel misconceptions about Muslims. The film also features special guest interviews with various well known people including: “The Daily Show's” Jon Stewart and Assif Mandvi, Russell Simmons, Soledad O'Brien and Ali Velshi, MSNBC's Rachel Maddow, comedians Lewis Black, David Cross, Lizz Winstead and Colin Quinn as well as Congressman Keith Ellison, and many more. The film is now available on Netfilx, iTunes and Amazon.   Dean co-created the comedy show “Stand up for Peace” along with Jewish comic Scott Blakeman which they perform at colleges across the country in support of peace in the Middle East and as a way of fostering understanding between Arab, Muslim and Jewish-Americans.   He is writes for MSNBC, CNN and The Daily Beast as well as other publications.   Dean is also the co-creator and co-producer of the New York Arab-American Comedy Festival .He is also proud to serve as the Executive Director of The Amman Stand up Comedy Festival – the first stand up comedy festival ever held in the Middle East Dean is proud to have received the first annual “Bill Hicks Spirit Award” for “thought provoking comedy” (named after the late comedian Bill Hicks) from the NY Underground Comedy Festival and the Hicks' Family.   1:13 John Avlon is an author, columnist and commentator. He is a senior political analyst and fill-in anchor at CNN, appearing on New Day every morning. From 2013 to 2018, he was the editor-in-chief and managing director of The Daily Beast, during which time the site's traffic more than doubled to over one million readers a day while winning 17 journalism awards.  He is the author of the books Independent Nation, Wingnuts, and Washington's Farewell as well as co-editor of the acclaimed Deadline Artists journalism anthologies. Avlon served as chief speechwriter to New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and won the National Society of Newspaper Columnists award for best online column in 2012. After the attacks of September 11th, 2001, he and his team were responsible for writing the eulogies for all firefighters and police officers murdered in the destruction of the World Trade Center. Avlon's essay on the attacks, “The Resilient City” concluded the anthology Empire City: New York through the Centuries and won acclaim as “the single best essay written in the wake of 9/11.” His first book, Independent Nation: How Centrists Can Change American Politics was described by Barron's as “a rewarding portrait of a political trend the established parties have tried to ignore” and hailed by TheModerateVoice.com as “the best political book ever on American centrist voters.” Wingnuts: How The Lunatic Fringe is Hijacking America was praised by President Bill Clinton, who said “Wingnuts offers a clear and comprehensive review of the forces on the outer edges of the political spectrum that shape and distort our political debate. Shedding more heat than light they drive frustrated alienated citizens away from the reasoned discourse that can produce real solutions to our problems.” The two Deadline Artists anthologies, which Avlon co-edited with Jesse Angelo and Errol Louis won acclaim from the Washington Post as “one of the greatest collections of newspaper articles ever compiled” while the American Journalism Review described it as “the most addictive journalism book ever.” Avlon has appeared on The Daily Show, Late Show with Stephen Colbert, CNN, Real Time with Bill Maher, PBS, and C-Span.  He has spoken at the Kennedy School of Government, the Citadel, the State Department's visiting journalist program, and civic organizations around the nation. He serves on the board of Citizens Union of New York and The Bronx Academy of Letters as well as the advisory board of the Theodore Roosevelt Association.  He was appointed to the New York City Voter Assistance Advisory Committee in 2011.  Avlon is also a co-founder of No Labels – a group of Democrats, Republicans and Independents dedicated to the politics of problem-solving and making government work again. In a profile, author Stephen Marshall wrote “Avlon talks about politics the way ESPN anchors wrap up sports highlights.” Columnist Kathleen Parker wrote, “Americans who are fed up with the Ann Coulter/Michael Moore school of debate and are looking for someone to articulate a commonsense, middle path, may have found their voice in John Avlon.” He is married to Margaret Hoover, the author of American Individualism and host of PBS's Firing Line. The New York Times says, “Their telegenic union may be a lesson in overcoming the orthodoxies that divide us.” They live in New York City with their son, Jack and daughter, Toula Lou. Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page Stand Up with Pete FB page

College Hoops Overtime - Betting
11/15/2021-Coast To Coast Hoops

College Hoops Overtime - Betting

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 134:01


Link to new podcast feed, Hoopin With Hoops feed will go away in a week and the podcast will be uploaded under the Coast To Coast feed so be sure to subscribe: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/coast-to-coast-hoops/id1593923003 Greg recaps Sunday's college basketball results, get a west coast hoops roundup with Connor Hope of Heat Check CBB to recap UCLA & Gonzaga's big wins and a good start to the season for mid-majors on the west coast before Greg pick & analyzes EVERY Monday college basketball game. Podcast Highlights 3:41-Recap of Sunday's results 16:07-Interview with Connor Hope 34:48-Start of picks with IUPUI vs Denver 37:10-Picks & analysis for Bowling Green vs Ohio St 39:15-Picks & analysis for Penn St vs UMass 41:34-Picks & analysis for Robert Morris vs Ohio 43:38-Picks & analysis for Manhattan vs Old Dominion 45:40-Picks & analysis for Illinois vs Marquette 48:02-Picks & analysis for Weber St vs Duquesne 50:49-Picks & analysis for St. Thomas vs Fordham 53:01-Picks & analysis for Furman vs Belmont 55:21-Picks & analysis for Lamar vs Georgia Tech 57:33-Picks & analysis for Buffalo vs North Texas 59:41-Picks & analysis for UMKC vs Missouri 1:02:05-Picks & analysis for Montana vs North Dakota 1:04:09-Picks & analysis for Southern Miss vs TCU 1:06:07-Picks & analysis for Central Michigan vs Eastern Illinois 1:08:29-Picks & analysis for Oregon St vs Tulsa 1:10:38-Picks & analysis for Providence vs Wisconsin 1:12:56-Picks & analysis for Samford vs San Francisco 1:15:16-Picks & analysis for San Diego vs California 1:17:45-Picks & analysis for North Dakota St vs UNLV 1:19:54-Picks & analysis for Idaho vs Fresno St 1:22:23-Picks & analysis for Utah Valley vs Pepperdine 1:24:51-Picks & analysis for Sacramento St vs Cal Poly 1:26:52-Picks & analysis for Souther Utah vs St Mary's 1:28:47-Picks & analysis for UC Santa Barbara vs Washington St 1:30:03-Picks & analysis for San Jose St vs Stanford 1:33:06-Picks & analysis for Long Beach St vs UCLA 1:35:17-NY Post Pick Nicholls St vs Baylor 1:37:52-Picks & analysis for Citadel vs Presbyterian 1:39:47-Picks & analysis for Radford vs Virginia Tech 1:41:40-Picks & analysis for Bryant vs Clemson 1:43:54-Picks & analysis for North Carolina A&T vs USF 1:45:51-Picks & analysis for Liberty vs LSU 1:48:02-Picks & analysis for Holy Cross vs Quinnipiac 1:50:11-Picks & analysis for Coppin St vs UNC Greensboro 1:52:11-Picks & analysis for Prairie View vs Texas Tech 1:54:19-Picks & analysis for Northwestern St vs SMU 1:56:14-Picks & analysis for Navy vs Louisville 1:58:02-Picks & analysis for Maine vs Colorado 2:00:07-Picks & analysis for Grambling vs New Mexico 2:02:02-Picks & analysis for Alcorn St vs Gonzaga 2:04:09-Picks & analysis for Texas Southern vs Washington 2:06:47-Picks & analysis for North Florida vs Arizona St 2:08:56-Picks & analysis for Bethune Cookman vs Utah Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Rolling BAd Podcast - An Age of Sigmar Podcast
GW Boxed Game Reviews and Thoughts

Rolling BAd Podcast - An Age of Sigmar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 97:12


GW Boxed Game Reviews and Thoughts   Episode 119   We examine the GW Boxed games and how they tie in to the main core games, or how they don't.  Why you should play them and why you might wanna share them with the non-mini gamers you want to bring into the hobby.   Contact us!   Our Discord - https://discord.gg/TCuEBrXNmd   Patreon Page for Rolling Bad Podcast - www.patreon.com/rollingbadpodcast Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/RollingBadPodcast/ Rolling Bad podcast Feed site - http://rollingbad.libsyn.com/ Twitter - @rolling_bad Our E-Mail - rollingbadpodcast@gmail.com Our Instagram Page:  therollingbadpodcast   The Hosts and their Social Media Links;   Bill Twitter: @billcastello IG: PhantomPhixer42 Facebook: Bill Castello   Josh IG: @hereticmodel Twitter: @anoyoe Facebook: Joshua Alt Discord: Guts#4698   Links that we like!   AoS Coach -   https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQMNLM_JuDNLbvGG0ZUA8ow Cubic Shenanigans - https://cubicshenanigans.net/ Realm and Ruin Podcast - https://www.realmandruin.com/ Garagehammer - www.garagehammer.net Forge The Narrative - forgethenarrative.net Sonic Sledgehammer on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCG0ZCl2VfG9PcCJyucWJR3w AoS Shorts - https://aosshorts.com/ Eric's Hobby Workshop - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa4VfDx98uJT5Tn6Vyc0U1A Miscast - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUtsRCYEE-hCPsftezm9wzA Midwinter Minis - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9XTzwex6rGLVUGS9cLKFLw AoS Reminders - https://aosreminders.com/ FooteWorks - www.footeworks.co.uk Bill's YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAK8mhid8bUUq2x_lc2l3xg   "Take a Chance" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

Geek Shock
Geek Shock #613 - Big Blue

Geek Shock

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 125:51


This week we try not to think about what K wants us to think about as we discuss the Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival and Bonnie Gordon, Torgo delivers the first Ko-fi mini and gets his ego damaged, the BEST TV show themes, JR Konkol's Citadel of the Fallen, Six of Crows, gaming tables, Eternals, Hawk the Slayer, Finch, another bad impression from Jeff, Rogue Squadron gets pushed, the Seuss Cinematic Universe, Arby's vodka, Squid Games goes crypto then goes bust, the remake of Road House. Hellraiser, Dean Stockwell, Werewolf by Night, WETA and Studio 666. So get your pics, it's time for a GeekShock!

Squawk Pod
John Doerr Goes Green; Disney Enters the Metaverse; Elon Musk Makes a Sale

Squawk Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 31:54


Legendary internet investor John Doerr is making a big bet on green tech. In discussing his new book, “Speed and Scale,” Doerr explains his plan to achieve global net zero emissions by 2050. As a venture capitalist, his eye is on the bottom line, but Doerr shares a vision that stretches far beyond his portfolio returns. Disney has big plans for its own metaverse and Elon Musk has sold $5 billion in Tesla stock. Plus, Andrew is back from his two-day virtual DealBook Conference, and he's digesting comments from GM's Mary Barra, Citadel's Ken Griffin, and others. On this Veterans Day, we thank all current and former military for their service to the United States.  In this episode:John Doerr, @johndoerrJoe Kernen, @JoeSquawkBecky Quick, @BeckyQuickAndrew Ross Sorkin, @andrewrsorkinKatie Kramer, @Kramer_Katie

The Libertarian Angle
The Capitol Protests and the COVID-19 Crisis

The Libertarian Angle

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 36:42


What are the latest updates in the controversy surrounding the January 6th protest, and the COVID-19 pandemic crisis, and the public-school crisis? Join FFF president Jacob G. Hornberger, Citadel professor Richard M. Ebeling, and FFF policy advisor James Bovard as they hash these issues out. Please subscribe to our email newsletter FFF Daily here.

West Virginia University Mountaineers
MSN Insider Podcast w/Dan Zangrilli Episode 12 |Backyard Brawl Preview with 93.7 The Fan's Andrew Fillipponi| November 11, 2021

West Virginia University Mountaineers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 27:19


The Backyard Brawl returns to Morgantown on Friday at 8:30 p.m., WVU and Pitt meet in a much-anticipated non-conference showdown. What does the Brawl mean for Pitt fans? Where are Pitt fans at with fourth-year head coach Jeff Capel and the Panther basketball team following an upset loss to The Citadel by 15 points? Andrew Fillipponi from Panthers flagship station 93.7 The Fan in Pittsburgh joins Dan on this week's edition of the Mountaineer Insider.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Citadel Cafe: A Sci-Fi and Fantasy Podcast
The Citadel Cafe 422: Arcane, Act I

The Citadel Cafe: A Sci-Fi and Fantasy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 63:05


Lou and Joel talk about Arcane, the new Netflix animated series based on the popular video game, League Of Legends, and another show ripe with peril, Squid Game. Plus, a new four-legged LEGO set that will step on your wallet.

JB and Goldwater
The Season Changed

JB and Goldwater

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 120:59


The guys open the show discussing The Citadel's first win over a Power 5 program in basketball in over 30 years (Pittsburgh), hit on a few hoops games of interest from last night's opening night including the Gamecocks men's and women's team wins, then into some College Football Playoff ranking discussion. South Carolina head men's basketball coach Frank Martin joins the program to chat about his health, last night's win, the season outlook and his transformed roster. The episode wraps with a long-form discussion with JC Shurburtt, owner of The Big Spur, on Carolina's win over Florida, what it means for the future of Marcus Satterfield, the future of the program and what's next.

Tales from the Crypt
Citadel Dispatch e43 - bitcoin for beginners with @BitcoinQ_A

Tales from the Crypt

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 139:24


EPISODE: 43 BLOCK: 708970 PRICE: 1501 sats per dollar TOPICS: bitcoin for beginners, acquiring bitcoin, tradeoffs, dangers of KYC, holding your own keys, using your own node, transaction fees, utxo management and labeling, coinjoin, lightning, multisig, common mistakes and questions @BitcoinQ_A: https://twitter.com/BitcoinQ_A https://citadeldispatch.com/help/ https://bitcoiner.guide/ Streamed live every tuesday: https://citadeldispatch.com twitch: https://twitch.tv/citadeldispatch bitcointv: https://bitcointv.com/video-channels/citadeldispatch/videos telegram: https://t.me/citadeldispatch support the show: https://tippin.me/@odell stream sats to the show: https://podcastindex.org/apps join the sphinx tribe: https://tribes.sphinx.chat/t/citadeldispatch

Wine Dine and Storytime

In honor of Veteran's Day, we decided to bring you stories of women in the military and the challenges they face.  Dana tells us the story of the first female cadet at the Citadel, Shannon Faulkner.  Nydia tells us about the sad and senseless murder of Vanessa  Guillen. Cindy tells us about the best and worst MREs according to the people who serve our country.     For dinner this week, Cindy cooked up a favorite MRE option of  Chili Mac. Hamburger Helper who?  For dessert, she made a military mess hall favorite, Applesauce Cake. The wine this week was Vina Zorzal Garnacha. A juicy wine with a hint of spice and well under $15.    Check out our linktree for links to our socials and ways to listen and support our podcast: Wine Dine And Storytime  or call us some time  6093003094 This week we also got to work with some other podcasts we think you should check out! You can find them here: Once Upon A Nightmare  Twisted And Uncorked Where did we get our info?  Dana: Universities & Slavery Project The Citadel's early story Denmark Vesey - Wikipedia Shannon Faulkner - Wikipedia Now a Female Cadet Will Lead the Corps THE CITADEL'S LONE WOLF; SHANNON FAULKNER Nancy Mace Dont Ask Dont Tell In Glory's Shadow by Catherine S. Manegold Nydia: 26 Fort Hood soldiers have died this year, officials say Killing of Vanessa Guillén Fort Hood “The Only Thing I Knew How to Do Was Kill People”: Inside the Rash of Unexplained Deaths at Fort Hood Cindy Best MRE's Worst MRE's What did we eat? Chili Mac Applesauce Cake What did we drink? VINA ZORZAL GARNACHA Theme Song By:  Jon Katity Organ

The Other Side Of Potential
Episode 164: Living an Uncommon and Extraordinary Life with Terry Tucker

The Other Side Of Potential

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 46:56


We are in a time of great complexity and exhaustion, and many people are feeling as though they're ready to give up. We have seen a tremendous increase in anxiety, depression, and suicide. Today's guest, Terry Tucker, has not only been through a litany of diverse experiences, but he has also been through the ups and downs of life and is uniquely qualified to help us see the other side of potential. Terry believes that no matter what you're going through, there is a way to reinvent who you are. He is convinced that anyone can live a life of significance by being a source of solace, inspiration, and even clarity of purpose to another human being out there.Terry has been an NCAA Division I college basketball player, a Citadel cadet, a marketing executive, a hospital administrator, an undercover narcotics investigator, a SWAT Team Hostage Negotiator, a high school basketball coach, a business owner, a motivational speaker, an author, and most recently, a cancer warrior. In 2019, Terry started the website, Motivational Check to help others find and lead their uncommon and extraordinary lives. He is now also the author of Sustainable Excellence: Ten Principles to Living Your Uncommon and Extraordinary Life.Tune in to hear how Terry's past experiences have informed his perspective and how he has managed to face cancer and a leg amputation with such positivity. In this episode, we discuss how the principles in his book may help us embrace our next steps in light of the challenges that we're up against as individuals and as a society in these complex times. Don't miss this inspirational episode that provides a roadmap to how you can find and lead your uncommon and extraordinary life! What you'll learn about in this episode:An introduction to today's guest Terry Tucker and his diverse and interesting resumé.What inspired Terry to write his book Sustainable Excellence and how he went about writing it.How Terry got through the process of having his leg amputated. What sustainable excellence means to Terry. Some of the principles from Terry's book that may help people embrace their next step in light of the challenges they are up against.Thoughts on the importance of mentoring people and helping others reach their full potential. What's in store for Terry next and why he is not afraid of death.Why your job doesn't have to be your purpose.Thoughts on the difference between success and significance. How the COVID pandemic has affected Terry in light of his health struggles. The three Fs: faith, family, and friends that have sustained Terry through his cancer treatment.Thoughts on whether or not some people have a greater propensity to be positive in times of crises than other people. Terry's advice to anyone who might be dealing with a critical life-threatening illness.Terry's final words of advice: everything you need to be successful in life is already inside you.

Talking Bay 94: A Star Wars Podcast
Blair Bess: Becoming Even Piell in The Clone Wars

Talking Bay 94: A Star Wars Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 21:04


Blair Bess is an immensely talented voice actor, best known to Star Wars fans as the voice of Even Piell in The Clone Wars, specifically the incredible Citadel arc. During our conversation, Blair dives into his VO start, and his experiences with Dave FIloni, as he brought this Jedi to life. Head to his website for more of his work and where he's popping up next! https://blairbess.com/  Special thanks to the great David Delgado at Echo Base Signings, who helped coordinate this wonderful interview. For all your autograph needs, check out their site: https://www.echobasesignings.com/ If you can leave a 5-star review of the show right here on your favorite podcast app, or on Podchaser: podchaser.com/TalkingBay94 Transcripts of previous episodes are now available over at talkingbay94.com. For more behind-the-scenes stuff, as well as a link to some of our other in-depth interviews, check out: Website: www.TalkingBay94.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/TalkingBay94 Instagram: www.instagram.com/TalkingBay94

College Hoops Overtime - Betting
11/9/2021-Hoopin' With Hoops

College Hoops Overtime - Betting

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 279:47


Start of picks 3:31-UC San Diego vs Cal 5:35-S Illinois vs Little Rock 8:11-Akron vs Ohio St 10:29-St Peter's vs VCU 12:33-E Michigan vs Indiana 15:23-IUPUI vs Butler 17:41-Citadel vs Pit 20:07-App St vs Iona 22:49-UIC vs Dayton 25:05-FIU vs Georgia 27:27-Belmont.vs Ohio 30:02-Monmouth vs Charlotte 32:39-Kansas vs Michigan St 34:58-Toledo vs Valpo 37:21-Portland vs Arizona St 39:54-Oakland vs WVU 42:31-UT Martin vs Tennessee 45:24-Rider vs Duquesne 47:56-Evansville vs Cincinnati 50:09-Fairfield vs Providence 52:18-Siena vs St. Bonaventure 54:32-Quinnipiac vs Maryland 56:24-Delaware vs Davidson 58:42-Ball St vs GA Southern 1:01:10-Miami OH vs GA Tech 1:03:50-Bowling Green vs W Carolina 1:06:23-Canisius vs Miami 1:08:04-Niagara vs Xavier 1:10:26-Columbia vs Fordham 1:12:53-E Illinois vs Northwestern 1:14:56-Hofstra vs Houston 1:17:46-Elon vs Florida 1:19:55-UNC Wilmington vs IL St 1:22:39-TN Tech vs Memphis 1:24:18-C Michigan vs Missouri 1:26:53-UT Arlington vs OK St 1:29:10-Arkansas vs Mercer 1:31:33-Jacksonville St vs Wichita St 1:33:55-Auburn vs Morehead St 1:35:52-W Illinois vs Nebraska 1:37:45-UMKC v Minnesota 1:40:30-UW Milwakee vs N Dakota 1:43:00-UL Monroe v LSU 1:45:02-Ab Christian v Utah 1:47:13-Pepperdine v Rice 1:49:35-Indiana St v UW Green Bay 1:51:45-Dartmouth vs BC 1:53:58-SEMO v Missouri St 1:58:45-St. Thomas v Chi St 2:01:29-SIUE v Marquette 2:03:23-Utah Valley v Boise St 2:05:28-LA Tech v Bama 2:07:32-CSUN v USC 2:09:45-UC Irvine v NMST 2:12:09-Dixie St v Gonzaga 2:14:43-CS Fullerton v Santa Clara 2:16:57-Bradley v S Dakota St 2:19:18-UC Davis v Utah St 2:21:49-NY Post Pick Kentucky v Duke 2:24:08-Oral Roberts v Colorado St 2:26:14-Cleveland St v BYU 2:18:37-E Wash v Nevada 2:30:53-Tarleton St v Stanford 2:33:06-UC Riverside v SDSU 2:35:16-Montana St v Colorado 2:37:50-Portland St v Oregon St 2:39:41- No IL v Washington 2:42:19-Chattanooga v LMU 2:44:29-No AZ v Arizona 2:46:41-CS Bakersfield v UCLA 2:50:51-Alcorn St v Wash St 2:52:47-Mt St. Mary's v Nova 2:54:40-Bethune Cookman v USF 2:57:04-C Conn St v UConn 2:59:02-Lafayette v Syracuse 3:01:19-Boston U v Rhode Island 3:03:44-Towson v Albany 3:05:31-NC A&T v UNCG 3:08:02-USC Upstate v S Carolina 3:10:11-Loyola MD v UNC 3:12:11-Presbyterian v Clemson 3:13:47-SC St v E Carolina 3:15:51-Stony Brook v George Mason 3:18:00-Hartford v Wagner 3:20:29-TX So v Oregon 3:23:02-Northeastern v Colgate 3:25:13-NC Central v Richmond 3:27:15-UMBC v UMass 3:29:38-UNC Ash v UAB 3:32:02-New Orleans v Ole Miss 3:33:09-Cornell v Binghamton 3:36:09-Texas St v Incarnate Word 3:38:10-MS Valley v St. John's 3:40:24-TN St v Bama A&M 3:42:20-Bama St v WKU 3:44:26-Francis NY v Wisconsin 3:46:10-C Ark v St Louis 3:48:49-MD E Shore v St. Joe's 3:50:32-Nicholls v N Iowa 3:52:23-Coppin St v Loyola IL 3:54:20-Francis PA v G Washington 3:56:12-McNeese v SMU 3:58:35-Maine v VA Tech 4:01:35-Ark PB v Creighton 4:03:43-N Florida v TX Tech 4:05:35-Kennesaw St v IA St 4:07:41-NW St v Oklahoma 4:09:35-Bucknell v NC St 4:11:23-Sacred Heart v La Salle 4:13:32-Marist v American 4:15:37-SE LA v Tulane 4:17:51-Jackson St v Illinois 4:20:00-Houston Baptist v Texas 4:22:00-Navy v UVA 4:24:04-Bellarmine v Purdue 4:26:09-Southern v Louisville 4:28:14-Grambling v GCU 4:30:30-Longwood v Iowa 4:32:44-Prairie View v St. Mary's 4:34:45-LIU v San Fran Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Penumbra Podcast
4.04: Second Citadel--The Perils of Pellinore (Part 1)

The Penumbra Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 35:32


On a quiet jungle road deep in the Northern Wilds, a band of feared outlaws strikes.Welcome to the Penumbra, dear Traveler. We hope you enjoy your stay.(Trigger warnings can be found at the bottom of this episode description and at the end of the transcript.)-------You can find all of our transcripts here: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/2/folders/1bnWLw5dTW4l9A0bmOMzEiy6XqqsXHHi_Transcripts will come out along with the public release of the episode.On staff at the Penumbra:Kat Buckingham -- Head of Merchandise and OutreachAlice Chuang -- Head of DesignMelissa DeJesus -- Script editing teamHarley Takagi Kaner -- Co-creator, Head of Episode Development, Director, Sound designerMilo Ellersick -- Promotional artistNoah Simes -- Production managerGrahame Turner -- Script editing teamKevin Vibert -- Co-creator, Head of Operations, Lead writerRyan Vibert -- Composer and performer of original musicRecorded by Mertz at The Bridge Sound & Stage--------Attribution:Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode"Kind of Girl" by Jeris, featuring spinningmerkaba: http://ccmixter.org/files/VJ_Memes/35657 “Horse carriage 2_edited.mp3” by j_o_j https://freesound.org/people/j_o_j/sounds/363018/“Wind chimes, A.wav” by InspectorJ https://freesound.org/people/InspectorJ/sounds/353194/“Rockfall in mine.wav” by Benboncan https://freesound.org/people/Benboncan/sounds/60085/“Snapping-chain” by CosmicEmbers https://freesound.org/people/CosmicEmbers/sounds/161650/“Drone1” by Koen https://freesound.org/people/Koen/sounds/519122/"Mysterious Ambience Drone" by EminYILDIRIM https://freesound.org/people/EminYILDIRIM/sounds/576069/---------Trigger warnings: - Violence and threats of violence - Depictions of sexism and xenophobia - Body horror - Sudden loud noises - Enclosed, claustrophobic spaces