Bitcoin Q&A: CME Bitcoin Reference Rate

[AUDIENCE] My question is about [the Chicago Mercantile Exchange]. On December 10th, if I’m correctly informed, the CME is going to start futures trading [of bitcoin]. Since this year, we have seen already two forks, almost three. Forking is something quite new to a futures exchange; the underlying assets usually don’t fork. I haven’t seen […]

Bitcoin Q&A: Block capacity and embedded data

“What can you put on the Bitcoin blockchain?” “Andreas, how many transactions can fit in a block, with and without SegWit?” “In addition, what kind of other data can you include in a block? Thanks.” Great question. I can’t give you an exact number because it depends on the nature of transactions. Transactions can vary […]

Bitcoin Q&A: Public keys vs. addresses

“What is the difference between public keys and addresses?” Addresses are produced by hashing the public key twice. You start with a private key, multiply it by the generator points, and produce a public key. You can’t go back from the public key to the private key, but you can produce the public key from […]

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How Amazon Makes Money: AWS

If you need it in two days, Amazon is your go-to destination. The company has been at the forefront of the e-commerce revolution, unseating brick and mortar retail over the past two decades. You can’t hear words like Alexa and Prime without thinking of the company, proving the ridiculous reach by Amazon’s retail brand. But […]

Bitcoin Q&A: Hardware wallets and attack surface

[AUDIENCE] Thanks, Andreas. I thought that was fantastic. Can you talk a bit about hardware wallets? [inaudible] Those devices… [ANDREAS] Absolutely. How many people in this audience have used a hardware wallet? [AUDIENCE raises hands] Okay, great. That is good practice. Hardware wallets were first introduced in 2013. Let me backtrack just a tiny bit […]

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