June 23rd, 2019 | 5 mins 46 secs
bitcoin, blockchain, crypto, cryptocurrency, decentralized, fluffypony, howardchu, konferenco, konferenco2019, monero, monerokon, monerokon2019, monerokonferenco, moneronews, privacy, privacycoin, riccardospagni, technology, xmr, xmrnews
LIVE w/ Fluffy Pony & Howard Chu at MoneroKon 2019!
June 5th, 2019 | 48 mins 40 secs
arweave, bitcoin, blockchain, crypto, cryptocurrency, decentralized, howardchu, monero, moneronews, privacy, privacycoin, randomx, randomxprogress, samwilliams, technology, xmr, xmrnews
We discuss the progress that has been made on RandomX, the audit stage, the game-plan for the implementing it in the fall, and why Arweave teamed-up to fund the the audit.
@samecwilliams of @arweaveteam
March 27th, 2019 | 55 mins 29 secs
asic, bitcoin, blockchain, crypto, cryptocurrency, decentralized, howardchu, monero, moneronews, needmoney90, privacy, privacycoin, randomx, technology, tevador, xmr, xmrnews
@hyc_symas -- the creator of RandomJS (the genesis of RandomX)
Tevador -- the lead developer of RandomX
Needmoney90 -- Monero Reddit moderator and all things Monero expert.
We discuss what transpired during the recent IRC developers meeting on a Proof of Work plan of action for Monero. Particularly, we discuss the communities goal of implementing RandomX in October (if an audit is successfully completed by then) and what the following steps will be if RandomX does not successfully thwart Asics -- switching to SHA-3 or another egalitarian proof of work. All-in-all it is exciting times as we watch the developers reach consensus on a plan of action to uphold one of Monero's tenants -- maintaining a decentralized mining network.
I also gave Howard, NeedMoney90, and Tevador and opportunity to respond to the Kristy Leigh Minehan interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZZZF4BqIDrk
October 25th, 2018 | 47 mins 31 secs
asicresistance, bitcoin, blockchain, btc, coindesk, crypto, cryptocurrency, decentralized, howardchu, monero, moneronews, privacy, privacycoin, randomjs, technology, xmr, xmrnews
We ask Howard Chu, @hyc_symas, why Monero should strive to be ASIC resistance and how we should do it. We discuss Howard's proposal to use RandomJS to thwart ASICS indefinitely and compare it to programable proof of work proposals.