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global inequality is to give themselves financial. and allowing debt to consume them until their bodies are eaten away by the disease that is over indebtedness and then when they are completely gone and they are dead themselves out of existence the remaining countries will be like we bought gold china and russia are buying gold as i find gold mine go all the cycles through the right to tell you number one lives in a few currency elster houses blown away by the huffing and puffing of the big bad wolf and then picking a number two you go to countries like india that are like one step in one step sector household sector has all the gold there the government doesn't exactly and then the big fear will have to involved in the people the private sector survive but the government was blown away then you've got the countries like china and russia that have said were houses twenty four karat gold on and the big bad wolf often puffed and it didn't blow their house away they also include
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a chart in the zero hedge coverage of that i.m.f. story of the world economic outlook of the united states stands out you can't really read this chart too well but you can see that the stand out there that's the united states there were only one amongst advanced economies only united states expects an increase in the debt to g.d.p. ratio over the next five years so these are all of the european countries you know they love us they're ready and they've been imposing austerity upon themselves and welcoming it more and more as the sort of end times of the hairshirt. on the back. fluctuation. spanking yourself i think you are referring to the leader hose wearing german. grab each other in an auto spanking we also spank is going down the prominent banking child on the bottom sinking the german drinking songs with the leader hose and let's move on to the next one because i talked about at the top we said that chung tower is no longer here and what is this trunk the. there used to
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be a trunk premium that's why his name was on hotels across the world he at least his name out apparently that was the sign of some used to be a sign of some sort of luxury a change of name from the harvey weinstein in right next to the kevin spacey restaurant for some reason business is just not picking up well trump's name is also mud in new york city manhattan went eighty six point six percent for hillary clinton so just over ten percent of the manhattan population even voted for trump and there is some proof lately that even renting in anything named trump is the rent prices are declining but now there is. basically trump tower prices are also collapsing we have this headline a new report claims donald trump's new york city properties have lost their luxury status the trump palace at two hundred sixty ninth street fair the worst with the lowest comparable prices when stacked up
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against the manhattan condo average coming in with eight percent dip over the last decade so these are the prices for the palace two hundred sixty ninth street so the blue line is trump palace compared to other luxury condos so people no longer consider it luxury it's probably. when people realize i guess they didn't know how he spoke i don't know kill two birds with one stone. trump properties the white house the white house is a great brand trump is in the white house if you want to stay in the white house like the lincoln bedroom or something like that you can stay at what was formally a throne poto rebranding the white house they've got the white house logo on the towels they've got the white house soap you've got all the whole of the white house but in various properties around the world and used part of the money to pay down america's debt so you killing two birds with one stone you're rehabilitating the troll bruno. you're paying down america's debt well so basically what you're saying
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is that the u.s. stands out as debt to g.d.p. ratio increasing you're saying we already have the emergence of a royal sort of family we have the clintons we have the bushes we have these royal sort of families member hillary clinton was the wife of a former president barbara bush just died she was the wife of a president and the mother of a president so we already have these world families and why do they you know whenever you're in london like we were for too many years what they always say is oh we love our royal family they bring in so much money because people tourists come to look at them so you're saying like why don't we start to make money off them like all these tacky hotels we could put those thousands and thousands of gifts that the president receives they're not allowed to personally keep it it's a product you know basically the taxpayer owns it but where is it like with. basement somewhere at the white house why do you just put them in all these luxury condo. you know little in the hotels replicas you can buy in the lobby
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and you know they have a fire recently in trump tower you could recreate the fire in properties all around the world the proper use of coal like a re not going to the american revolution so over going to burn down the room parts are going to cause an interaction let's send it on fire it could all be preprogramed it just be like a disney of disneyland where the fire of burst out on flight of four thirty nine and you because just part of your package of staying out the white house but in order for the american people to buy into this and they want the debt to be paid down and their taxes not to rise is you could put it over head as you enter each building in the lobby you can have that american debt clock and then he also has a donation box like in the churches where i'd like to help fix up this building help pay down our national debt and have all those like junk presents were given to the president oh absolutely or when you walk through the portals of the hotel it puts you further into debt anyway we got to take a break right after those don't go we'll.
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welcome back to the guy's report i'm max kaiser to speak with heart as sonny. i owe our cash welcome thank you so much for having us honestly a huge fat zero zero zero s. rat's ass ticking away our seeing is at conferences around the world because you've got something that is in high demand hoshko dot tell us about it as a whole show itself means security in japanese and we were looking for a short word that nailed exactly what our focus was which is cybersecurity within the block chain space and we felt like we hadn't seen anyone in the industry be laser focused on just block chain security especially one that's not doing their own i c.e.o. of course people when they are blocked and they are bitcoin one of the first things they hear about is that it's so secure it's also about that i mean what are people
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missing or what the add to the to the equation so code that's written on a block is referred to as business logic and business logic is very far from being secure and traditionally in the technology era whenever sophisticated code is written you always get a third party to audit it and the exact same methodology is now being implemented in the block chain space that if you're writing code you need to have at least one professional third party who are technical audit of that code and then make sure that there's no hidden functionalities that you're not clogging up the block chain by potentially using too much gas and that the actual written words of the source of truth are actually married to the business logic is the code doing what the words say they're supposed to do a lot of money has been pouring into crypto and block chain and when this money comes in ideally they do an audit of the technology is there enough technology auditing going on with all this money my question is is there more money out there
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now chasing projects that they're. is this an adequate amount of auditing thoughts yet there's not enough sophisticated auditing firms out there to handle all of the work in the space and we're seeing the asian crypto markets boil and become extremely exciting and they're seeing millions of dollars fund raised in a much faster speed of time in asia but none of them are valuing security the lowest numbers of security audits being done are by far in asia and for an investor to cut a check into a project and not make sure that this mark on tracks been audited at least once and to review the actual audit report i think it's bizarre and there is not enough firms willing to even audit non if you're based projects so the theory i'm has been the main protocol in which most i.c.'s have been launched on their launching what's called an r.c. twenty token on top of the protocol and that's been the majority of i.c.a.o. is to date now we're starting to see people start to develop smart contracts on the newer protocols that are coming we see some interest in stellar neo and soon maybe
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e.o.s. but the current firms like consensus that have been doing smart contract auditing seem to be much more laser focused on just a theory and you know people when they hear the word auditing they think about auditing firms like price waterhouse cooper and these big auditing firms so is whole show dot i know are you the kind of a p w c block chain is that how you position yourself correct yeah we're looking to evolve and to becoming the do a lawyer or mckinsey or see if you will of this space right and how long is a company been around in a little less than a year ok so this is a start up start first year start up and what's the headcount we're at twenty four full time in las vegas and about eleven contractors we are hiring rapidly about thirty more people on boarding looking open up our first office outside of the u.s.
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hopefully looking to as. global business realize time zones now matter a lot and so when i've been in europe i've been realizing well europe is pretty interesting to do business in both asia and north america and so we're exploring where to go we're growing steadily month over month definitely a start up pace murdering the white combinator time paul graham used to say that during y. combinator a startup grows an average seven percent week over week we can right around there actually as a tech start up growing at a rapid pace week over week ever since we started how many startups i've been involved with technically three i founded one before this is a this is called zaldy dot com we did mobile point of sale and integrating to legacy pos systems and implementing and of c. payments and chip credit card payments and before that we were building a white labeled android app store for picks so let's talk about smart contracts just to connor real back for a second cars people talk about smart contracts you build them on a watch and excited about now is there
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a way to actually author this mark on track the way we operate a smart contract is you need to engineer who has a unique background the background has to be a security background a q.a. mind full stock engineer that's keeping up with solidity and solidity is the language of the theory and the protocol is built on it's a new language that very few engineers in the world are very well versed in it is updating as a language on a weekly basis and so when we're doing a smart contract audit you need this engineer with a unique background to marry the code to the words to do a gas analysis to do a static analysis and to do a dynamic analysis part says you know you're talking about more money entering this space than there is operating more money entering this space than there is engineering talent correct at what point does the industry start to level off in terms of the various under long underlying dynamic components if you will start to come into more of a balance if it will that ever happen i guess as
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a precedent. back to the dot com era or some other high growth tech eras but if that question kind of makes sense doesn't make sense what's your thought on that i think that a lot of dust has to settle in this industry in order for more sophisticated capital to come play active ball in the space and the biggest issue is a lack of security and a lack of education when it comes to hiring new engineers and what's needed most in this industry isn't it is more academies to train high level engineering talent ourselves at hoshi oh we're building an in-house academy because the only way we're going to stack up our engineering team is by finding full stack engineers that we can train to become qualified auditors. if you're a qualified engineer today chances are you're building your own solution or you're being paid a ridiculous amount per month to work for some i.c.a.o. . and that's just the reality of it when you're offered eight hundred
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a therion for the month of my c.e.o. you're going to jump ship from whatever you are and go ongoing joke in the industry as if you're really qualified engineer in this space you might be too rich to get out of bed. yeah exactly i mean that's a real problem there at the top talent is is become fabulously wealthy and so they're not really motivated to get their hands dirty correct yet so you've got to grow talent from the grassroots and this is a brand new industry where even if you're hiring someone on the block chain side of things maybe they were an early employee at linked in and they've built out a big team of thirty people for but they haven't spent the time to read the bitcoin block chain white paper haven't heard the toshiba's white paper where it all started and i feel like most of the times people who are very experienced in business don't understand block chain one on one and that's also a big problem with hiring this is a true for anyone in this industry i'm sure they're all facing it that you found someone who can be a v.p.
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of marketing you know sales force or she knows sales force and pard on. but they know nothing about block chain one hundred one and how to operate in this space with the what's trust decentralisation really mean people bring their assumptions and their experience and they hear a few things and then they just kind of court over what they know and they think they know stuff so what is like with the one thing that a newcomer even experienced as a technologist is missing about the block chain if you will that the core belief system was that one. special sauce if you will that they're missing i don't think it's special sauce i think it's reading the bitcoin. read it understand it and if you don't start watching some videos from under it's antonopoulos. ses i think there are a little more of the saying i phone example is material easier to digest he invented the word smart contract the phrase and it's remarkable that people don't even know that now looking out to twenty eighteen twenty nineteen what are your
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thoughts on bitcoins emerging second layer like lightning networks. and how's that going well i mean we've been waiting for her a really long time for elizabeth and the lightning network team to give us a viable solution but we've all been very excited about side chains being the answer and site chains being the answer to us being able to go up against visa and master card in the space because it's not going to happen on the the core bit kind of blocking right so it's got to go off change it to handle that volume and it gets back to you know the debate of twenty seventeen was really this debate about store value versus means of exchange and the means of exchange was opened up competing blocks chains and talking about house to toasties vision is all about digital cash and that the store value argument is not really just be placed in the center of the discussion about it looks as though that store value argument kind of won out to some degree in twenty seventeen and. now or in twenty eighteen and it
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seems like the argument of the day is going to be proof of work vs proof of steak ok so explain the difference and then your view on the proof of work is not sacrificing security. as much as proof of steak is that proof of steak is a great step towards leveraging less electricity and it's way more earth friendly but is it the right step for security. i would personally say in my personal opinion no first book proof of steak takes a step in the wrong direction for security at least right now it's sacrificing security in order to save electricity which brings us right back to proof of work. the dust hasn't settled so therefore economic it was all way back to back when again because it's the longest. they got the longest track record it's got. on
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on interrupted up down up time right and so do you see anything we're maximalist to say that that's the reality is all we really have to right so as a security professionals that's kind of your opinion to the industry folks are asking about that that that's where you were excited for proof of steak but they need to value security and we need to as a community hash through how security won't be sacrificed so on the environmental issue. seems like a nonstarter in many ways because first of all i mean just off the top of my head i'm thinking like well renewable energy and power watch i am in saudi arabia going to be one hundred percent renewables they've got a ray of solar panels that are the biggest in the world iceland is all geothermal energy the technology for photoelectric cells is going that ace of pot a curve down to like zero cost right so heading into a renewables anyway and so why is this even an issue security is usually just some
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. and i don't think the issue is finding a way to have renewable energy be produced whether it's nuclear whether it's solar i think that's not the issue the issue is just being able to hash through how can security be even the utmost priority in order that so security is not sacrificed in an effort to make things proof staker is the proof for that i get that but it just seems that the common theme you hear from no corners as they're called to say paul krugman from the new york times hill hit on this it used up a lot of energy issues and it just seems like a it's a nonstarter and doesn't matter right now it's ok if you still owe actress that you're right at this point there's a lot of things that use a lower tricity and honestly we don't even know if like the u.s. dollar she has sole goal all right though she is dubbed io is the name of the company this is how it is sunny is c.e.o. and founder i'm co-founder and president my co-founders yo kwan and his previous
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company was coin setter they found an exchange that in new york they sold coins that a crack in and after that he launched launched where they got rid of passwords using multifactor authentication they sold launched a dietician lives and then you and i partnered up to start osho and to be laser focused on walks and security perfect thanks mankind so much max already for shit all right well that's going to do it for this edition of the kaiser apart with may max kaiser and stationer well i think our guest sonny a whole show i owe generated on twitter is kaiser report it's an excellent bio. and is getting international recognition with the help of israel at least in the world of zoos and the commission to look into. these complicity is. john.
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the only palestinians who gets the most hopeful is jerusalem counterparts i don't think there's some of those who endure until the commission did not want to go through this with it and though it is unfair advantage to have this lady of the mossad which they are i don't want to go game it doesn't seem a bit more i mean it's also don't put herself in. a batch or sudden passing i've only just learnt you worry yourself in taking your last turn. up to you as we all knew it would i tell you i'm sorry suddenly i could so i write these last words in hopes to put to rest these things that i never got off my chest. i remember when we first met my life turned on each bet. but then my feeling started to change you talked about war like it was again
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still some are fond of you those that didn't like to question our ark and i secretly promised to never be like it said one does not leave a funeral the same as one enters the mind gets consumed with death this was different i speak to you now because there are no other takers. claimed that mainstream media has met its maker. just. to get it up a bit to. get a place. like that but i gotta get out. now to get the fuck up and. up a bird that it was.
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another interview with a russian lawyer who met donald trump's campaign officials in twenty sixteen reignites talk of collusion between trump and russia r.t. looks to see if there's anything new. this comes as the u.s. house intelligence committee three a strand of allegations his presidential campaign was working with russia. the iraqi city of fallujah struggles with the consequences of chemicals and radioactive materials used by the u.s. and its allies fifteen years after the war started. and as the new u.s. secretary of state claims germany is not paying its way in nato defense r.t. goes to the berlin asho where the country showcasing its latest military hardware. it's not just the professionals who get to sort through the year using this
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tactical simulator of a helicopter i can even fly your mission over this small german town will. probably be right with me in church. thank you for watching the news headlines here at r.t. international broadcasting live from moscow i'm kate partridge. the russian lawyer who caused us to our overhead meeting with donald trump's campaign officials in twenty sixteen is again making headlines u.s. mainstream media now claim she's confessed to having connections with the kremlin artie's daniel hawkins explains. it started by the media as a smoking gun that would breathe new life into the search of ties between trump and the kremlin a crucial piece of the puzzle the russian lawyer who promised dirt on clinton to
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the time campaign worked with latimer putin's kremlin this is natalia vessel that sky as she was twenty sixteen meeting at trump tower acknowledging that she's a lawyer but that she's also an informant listen to what she's telling us now about her ties to the chief prosecutor of russia in fact a mark that this hear. about them. even in front seemingly this now adds to the collusion case but what more does this new quote from an interview and what is said to be her e-mail correspondence actually add to the overall picture. well we know. the lawyer who worked for the moscow region prosecutor's office before going private she says she's worked on high profile cases in russia and abroad representing both foreign and russian citizens and when she hit the headlines last year the media was quick to point out her alleged links to the russian government from the coverage one could easily think she was on
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a special mission on the kremlin's direct orders back in twenty sixteen when she met the trump campaign representatives a year on she's in the media spotlight again except resolutes go herself has been open about these allegations in the past i now the general prosecutor personally in the course of my investigation i shared information with him is a lawyer liaising with the prosecutor's office evidence of collusion according to her any ties with government bodies revolve around her legal work in a professional capacity twenty sixteen trip was not sanctioned by moscow then i had to have that meeting as part of my job as a lawyer for a russian citizen in the us it had nothing to do with politics it didn't have anything to do with russia the latest chapter in the story comes on the. heels of the congress intelligence committee's final report albeit controversial into allegations of trumped russia collusion in which most such evidence was produced we don't yet know the full context of this only scores latest comments it would seem
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odd at least to reveal oneself as a kremlin agent having been transparent in the past about a role in correspondence what we do know is that eighteen months on from inclusion even if it's not the latest news can still make a good headline russia analyst martin mccauley thinks there's nothing special in a lawyer sometimes working with a prosecutor's office this relation that the television. is a criminal agent doesn't stand up because as a lawyer she can give advice to the prosecutor general's office and meet members of the prosecutor general's office as a lawyer that's quite legal there's nothing there's nothing illegal about it and you can go to the united states and represent a client it's just another meeting and tribune you met her. and they said it only lasted twenty minutes they didn't speak about very much if the opposition of robert
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miller then can find evidence that they were conspiring together they were trying trying to undermine hillary clinton so it's up to them to do that but on the face of it was just no ordinary beauty. would have to prove that it had other. rover objectives in the meeting and you find that very very difficult. to prove. when you allegations come as the u.s. house intelligence committee reveals it's found no evidence trumps presidential campaign had been working with russia however the democrats story fuse to endorse the findings and have to continue the probe artie's jaclyn though there has more. if you've heard it once you've heard it a thousand times but here it is once more for those of you in the cheap seats the russian active measures campaign against the united states was multifaceted here leverage cyber attacks covert platforms social media third party intermediaries in state run media the house intelligence report begins with a.


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