Description

Tatiana and Josh interview Dor Konforty and Greg Meredith of Synereo & Jingyi Yang

Dor, CEO of Synereo, is an expert on collaboration on the net and the wisdom of crowds. He has a master’s degree in neurobiology from an interdisciplinary brain research program in Tel-Aviv University, working on neural networks. He also is a graduate of the Israeli Air Force IT unit. Dor has been living and breathing crypto since early 2011. A child of the Internet.

Greg, CTO of Synereo, was the principal architect of Microsoft’s Biztalk’s Process Orchestration, sparking several industry standards including WSDL (of which Greg is a co-author). Greg holds many patents and has published many papers, including seminal papers on reflective higher-order calculi. supports his math habit by working in computing.

-Jingyi is a student of Austrian Economics in the Misesian tradition and an ardent follower of Hans Herman Hoppe’s Argumentitive Ethics. A proud mumber of Property and Freedom Society. Jingyi has also worked in private education with children and young adults. And by affiliation (Husband) have some understanding of airline and travel industry. An enthusiast of many things including bitcoin (blockchain), health and fitness, cooking, nutrition, fashion and design.

If you like this content, please send a tip with BTC to:
1444meJi7YjgQGNg3U8Z6qYZFA5cgz4Gmj

More Info:
https://www.TatianaMoroz.com
https://www.CryptoMediaHub.com
https://www.Vaultoro.com/?a=100068
https://www.Synereo.com
http://www.Gmb.io

See More See Less

Subscribe

Leave us a review, comment or subscribe!

Meet the hosts

Hey! My name is Tatiana Moroz. I am a passionate singer-songwriter heavily involved in the Libertarian and Bitcoin movement. I have created the first ever artist cryptocurrency Tatiana Coin and also founded an activist talent agency called Same Side Entertainment. I recently launched Crypto Media Hub which is an advertising network for the Bitcoin world and beyond. It's free for advertisers and we work with almost every major media outlet in the space including Bitcoin Magazine, YBitcoin, Bitcoinist, Brave New Coin, Let's Talk Bitcoin, Coin Telegraph and many more.

discussions

  • Where does it come from? What are the different types, intellectual, physical, etc.?

    Jump to Discussion Post 4 replies
  • Silsal, as the venture is titled, utilizes an electronic blockchain record framework to give full load perceivability and streamline exchange streams and supply chains. Whenever tried effectively, the Silsal blockchain task hopes to mechanize the trade, ID, and affirmation of load reports between Abu Dhabi ports and Belgium’s Port of Antwerp. Every partner demonstrations like a hub of a blockchain organize who gets the chance to get to and recognize the ongoing store network of the transported things. Abu Dhabi Ports has collaborated with its Belgian partner to start a blockchain-fueled production network pilot venture. News Source: TheCoinRepublic

    Jump to Discussion Post 0 replies
  •   Weixing Chen and Yang Jun, the two Chinese entrepreneurs are pairing up to launch a blockchain based ride hailing app. However, the plan is to offer different life-style services that include ride hailing and deliveries. Read news here: Blockchain Based Ride Hailing App

    Jump to Discussion Post 0 replies
  • Dominance, Sharing, and Privacy gives us a simplified (maybe oversimplified), and intuitive way to categorize human sociality. Instead of thinking of social structures as being diverse and too complicated to be categorized, these three categories allow us to classify behaviors that address conflict as one of three types or a combination of the three.  For example, might makes right is not really a property norm but it is a dominance strategy. The ethic that the world belongs to everyone is not an alternative property norm, it is the nullification of property in favor of a sharing norm.  The violent defense of a territory is not a might makes right or dominance behavior but is the defense of privacy. The reluctance to intrude on others prior establish territory is not just a fear of retaliation but a respect for privacy.   For moe read: Dominance, Sharing, and Privacy (DSP), The Three Principles of Sociality  

    Jump to Discussion Post 1 reply
  • If the state was abolished but private property was not then wouldn’t landlords effectively become the state? There are a lot of similarities between a landlord and a state.  They both hold territory that they can exclude people from.  A proprietor can tell their tenants what to do while they are on their property. Taxes are similar to rent.  Laws are like the rules of a rental contract.  A proprietor may defend their property with force.   So what is the difference?

    Jump to Discussion Post 12 replies