2:54 Show officially starts with Bytemaster’s weekly update. Yield has been released. Talks about the bot created to provide liquidity. The ability to positive and negatively burn on accounts to help accentuate a trust systems. Dan also talks of the web of trust system and the ability to post messages on someone’s account and how this works to prevent fraud.
7:30 Is there a separate positive and negative balance? Hows the reputation burn system work? Top 10 List Scammer List to be the frontpage.
10:00 How this burning reputation overlaps with the needs of a company like Overstock.com and their possible need to remove stocks from circulation in a provable way.
12:15 Dan announces the messaging system that will be built-in to btsx that will be email like and how this ties into lightweight clients that do not need to scan the whole blockchain. Dan explains how it facilitates multi-sig transactions using this communication system.
13:48 Isn’t this like bip 70 in Bitcoin ? The Payment Protocol by Gavin Andresen ?
17:09 Talk about how there will be the ability to have public accounts.
18:33 What was meant by 5,10, 20 custom assets ?
19:50 Is there a plan for bringing new markets into btsx ?
20:15 Minutes of chaos edited out, but a small sample left in show at request of Fuz.
21:16 Is there any effort by the team to help bootstrap markets ? More talk of BitUSD5+ and freicoin.
25:58 BitUSD20 lands in an interesting spot and how it varies from BitUSD5. How this might be able to be used to find the proper percentage.
28:33 Dan mentions bitsharesblocks.com and how he is excited to see more block explorers.
30:30 How the bot is only to create liquidity and not speculate.
31:30 Why use different categories of BitUSD ? 5,10,20 etc? Why not use a bond market ? A very technical discussion on market mechanics and what he expects to happen with the new yield system. The bot is further explained
37:00 What about the barrier to entry by the high fee charged in BTSX for asset listing ?
38:45 Will the meta-data have a public and private standard ?
41:17 What about delegates having anonymity versus publicly identified delegates.
43:20 Do we have enough delegates ?
44:24 Has any consideration been given to paying people who are standby delegates ?
46:35 A question on clarification on voting with slates. Dan talks about how slates impact privacy.
51:50 Delving into the mechans of the delegate slate voting system.
52:45 Do the features from the voting DAC overlap with voting in BTSX and the bitshares toolkit ?
54:05 What do people get by agreeing to social consensus and giving 20% to AGS/PTS ? What would happen if people ignored AGS/PTS ? What is Bytemaster’s opinion on competition ?
1:06:31 What will the lightweight client be like ?
1:09 Dan Larimer departs back to doing development !
1:09:23 Brian Page starts to talk about the marketing efforts and the big Inside Bitcoin conference being held in Las Vegas in October. Brian also talks about going to the Bitcoin job conference looking for web developers with AngularJS experience. The audio issues return.
1:14:20 Brian Page talks about his experience with a main street Wall Street analyst and his take on BitShares X. He also goes into wanting to get a real analyst to sit down from outside of crypto world to sit down and analyze BTSX indepth as if it was a regular stock.
1:22:36 Where did Daniel learn all his market education ?
1:24:15 Rumors that Daniel is Satoshi Nakomoto ?