Interview with Dan Larimer – EOS, Cardano, Ethereum, DPoS, Steemit, Crypto Bubble, Future of Crypto

Dan Larimer – visionary that brought us BitShares, Steemit and soon EOS. We have a lot to cover – both about Dan’s past, EOS, Cardano, Steemit, Crypto Bubble, Future of Crypto, Web 3.0, Dan’s future, will Dan leave EOS? etcetc SUPER EXCITING INTERVIEW AHEAD!

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  1. Ivan on Tech
    Ivan on Tech says:

    Sorry for the messed up sound guys! Hope you enjoyed it nonetheless! 
    THANKS TO @eazz on Steemit for the time stamps!
    * 0:00 – Introduction
    * 2:01 – How did you get started?
    * 3:43 – Why Technology
    * 3:24 – What were your starting projects like
    * 5:35 – What was your after-school Journey
    * 7:59 – Early Interactions with Bitcoin & Blockchain
    * 8:20 – Genesis of Bitshares (exchange development
    * 10:42 – Bitshare Team Startup
    * 11:04 – First Project Challenges
    * 13:10 – Graphene
    * 15:38 – Proof of Work Vs Proof of Stake
    * 16:34 – Many Different Security Needs
    * 17:48 – PoW market vulnerability
    * 17:20 – Why did you leave bitshare?
    * 19:23 – Origins of Steem
    * 21:14 – Why a social network?
    * 22:24 – Why Did You leave Steem?
    * 26:42 – Why Not Ethereum?
    * 28:46 – Is there hope for Ethereum? Casper?
    * 30:28 – What about Sharding?
    * 31:18 – EOS * 1 h 22:42 – Developers currently working
    * 33:20 – DPOS
    * 37:32 – DPOS Centralized Censorship?
    * 39:51 – DPOS Oligarchy? Monopoly?
    * 42:40 – EOS Launch
    * 43:30 – EOS ERC 20 token purpose
    * 44:36 – EOS ERC 20 reimbursement & exchange
    * 44:28 – Risk of ERC20 left on exchange
    * 45:10 – Account Recovery in EOS and Steem
    * 47:30 – Identity on the future of DAPP
    * 48:11 – Transaction Funding EOS
    * 50:50 – Use cases for EOS?
    * 51:22 – Relationship with Charles Hoskinson (Cardano
    * 52:17 – Cardano differences
    * 54:47 – Cardano producer risk
    * 54:06 – Lisk
    * 55:09 – Functional approach to Contracts
    * 58:36 – EOS Deployment Reasoning
    * 59:38 – CryptoCurrency Bubble?
    * 1:00:00 – Thoughts about evaluating altCoins viability
    * 1:02:45 – Dan Larimers Future beyond EOS?
    * 1:03:05 – Smart Contract Language?
    * 1:04:18 – Development tools? IDEs?
    * 1:05:08 – Is there other technology potential?
    * 1:06:07 – Are Project Devs looking at EOS?
    * 1:07:20 – IOTA?
    * 1:09:40 – DAGs , Hashgraph?
    * 1:10:22 – EOS Latency & Confirmation time
    * 1:12:33 – Avoiding Bitcoin Latency & Wasted Work problem
    * 1:13:27 – DPOS Voting absenteeism
    * 1:15:01 – The number of Block Producers
    * 1:16:55 – Lightning Network & Layer 2 scalability
    * 1:17:55 – Business Apps for CryptoCurrencies , loyalty points?, stocks? Derivatives?
    * 1:18:20 – EOS IO Supports apps without tokens
    * 1:19:55 – ERC20 registration
    * 1:20:48 – Supercomputers Built on EOS?
    * 1:20:09 – US citizen ICO blackout
    * 1:21:47 – Primary motivation for devs to pick EOS over Ethereum
    * 1:22:14 – Roadmap to June EOS Launch
    * 1:24:32 – How do i Start working on EOS
    * 1:26:43 – How do I decide what to store on EOS?
    * 1:28:56 – What does EOS stand for
    * 1:28:26 – Other dev languages?
    * 1:29:53 – C++ memory issue protection?
    * 1:31:33 – Thought Process planning a project on EOS?
    * 1:32:01 – Dan's Crypto Portfolio
    * 1:33:35 – Intrests outside crypto
    * 1:33:20 – Electricity through Air
    * 1:35:47 – Closing Remarks

  2. Marty OG
    Marty OG says:

    Apex Network is building it’s own infrastructure for exactly what is described at 1h16min and 57 seconds – check them out on Twitter and Telegram!!

  3. Craig Calabrese
    Craig Calabrese says:

    SMART GUY dan NICE BODY OF WORK behind him Bit shares platform open ledger just keeps getting better steam and Eos i think thats The MOVE c++ dapps you gonna get the best and attract ex microsoft or other top devs in C++ just hopping on banging Top stuff out I think EOS can be the the the most heavily used public blockchain for biz and such in four or five years tell you what for bad times it holds volume and without a pairng on a exchange

  4. discordo bazingar
    discordo bazingar says:

    eos has 5% inflation and bitfinex makes money on eos already doing nothing just by owning a lot of eos .. this is the same thing again: rich get richer and plebs pay the price by holding it

  5. Jacky T
    Jacky T says:

    Dan is woefully ignorant on how social voting n active participation/proxy systems work in terms of defending a progressive system..

    Hes brilliant, but so arrogant to miss such a macro element of societal governance.

    He needs to employ some voting experts to inform him on cost v input ratios

  6. diantonovich
    diantonovich says:

    These are all completely useless coins that mean NOTHING, worth NOTHING, but hey, well, at least Dan Larimer keeps selling you his serial projects.

    I can't believe that you as a "programmer" are actually endorsing this experimental snake oil.
    It's a joke, Ivan.

  7. YT stuff
    YT stuff says:

    Dan Larimer is a true genius who will one day be a global household name. I wouldnt be suprised if he is Satoshi himself because he would certainly have had the vision to use a fake name and to see the risks associated with coming forward. I love this dude. He literally blows my mind with his insights whenever he speaks. I don't think anybody understands blockchains better from developers point of view.

  8. Rob Krueger
    Rob Krueger says:

    Those defending IOTA are probably the same ones who swore allegiance to Bitconnect. IOTA in its current state is garbage…it’s not even a long term project based on the current technicals it does/doesn’t do.

  9. Akhil Holden
    Akhil Holden says:

    Steemit is very cool for good quality content creators…if you're not – or even if you're mediocre then it's not for you. Further, whales keep upvoting family and friends and mint more money – this is really bad.

  10. :Robert-Francis : Sullivan.
    :Robert-Francis : Sullivan. says:

    Still doubling down on a Trojan horse : EOS … built for centralization (and outside infiltration), by a man with a short/ irrelevant resume… backed by child-trafficking money and deep state pedophilia… connected to shadow-fraud at Tether & Ripple — not a casual accusation: future will prove past, (as the EOS Cult goes down with the ship)….

  11. :Robert-Francis : Sullivan.
    :Robert-Francis : Sullivan. says:

    EOS Warning :
    Dan Larimer is no
    big deal, … actually
    he’s a liability; further,
    … his partners will most
    likely be indicted for child
    trafficking – how can the
    EOS brand survive that?

    Ripple, Tether & EOS Are
    (deep state) Trojan horses.

    Will EOS get another 10X
    before the shit hits the fan?
    Maybe, but who cares?

    If focused on the correct
    tokens, you can expect
    a 50X to 200X over the
    very same timeframe.

    I am a former supporter of
    EOS; I changed my opinion
    when my research dictated
    that I immediately do so 🖖🏼


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