Bradley Stephenson on Building the Most Secure, Reliable and Fastest Web 3 Apps with Syscoin (Episode 257)
Bradley Stephenson join us to discuss on building the most secure, reliable, and fastest Web 3.0 apps with Syscoin.
Bradley is a longtime board member of the Syscoin Foundation nonprofit. He first heard about Bitcoin in 2011, and began getting more involved in blockchain and cryptocurrency circa 2014 after he began to realize its significance. His professional background includes 20+ years’ experience in enterprise database development and administration. He left the corporate world in 2018 and began dedicating himself to the Syscoin project full time. As an IT professional, what drew Bradley to Syscoin most was the team’s uncompromising approach to fulfilling a long range vision for blockchain at global scale, the quality of their dev work, and what he considers a mature approach to design and strategy.
The following transcript was created using artificial intelligence. There will be some grammatical errors below.
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Richard Carthon: Hello, everyone, and welcome to another episode of Crypto Current, your host here, Richard Carthon. And today I have a very special guest all the way out in Tennessee working on a sensational project. I’m excited to learn more about because there’s just so many different elements within this ecosystem that they are tackling. We have Bradley Stephenson with the Swiss Coin Foundation. How are you doing today?
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Bradley Stephenson: Hey, I’m doing great. Very busy. These are these are very busy times for, I think, for everyone involved in blockchain, but in a very good way.
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Richard Carthon: Oh, absolutely, and
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Richard Carthon: what’s cool about this, especially during bearish times, as someone who was building during this time, it’s time we can actually put your heads down and not really worry about the noise and really get to the building. And I’m sure there’s several things that are going to be able to unpack on that in a moment. But before we do that first, we want to learn more a little bit more about you, Bradley. Can you give us some background on yourself?
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Bradley Stephenson: Yeah. Relevance of blockchain. So I first heard about bitcoin sometime in 2011, and you know, that’s back when only the nerdiest people or the fringes people knew anything about it. I tend to stay out on the fringe, you know, and I am a little bit of a nerd. But but yeah, I was subscribed to a newsletter of someone you’re probably very familiar with, which is cliff high. I used to. I was just really curious about his stuff. It’s really interesting. His his reports on his linguistic analytic reports called also report back then.
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Bradley Stephenson: And he was the first person that I heard mentioned, says Bitcoin.
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Bradley Stephenson: I couldn’t quite wrap my head around it completely. It sounded very interesting. You know, I do have a background in I.T., an enterprise background and database development, as well as just, you know, just sort of across the whole spectrum of it.
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Bradley Stephenson: But even then, I couldn’t quite grasp bitcoin because it was such a new concept. I had actually thought a little bit about, you know, the possibility of digital currencies before I ever learned about bitcoin. Mm-Hmm. And I had sort of an ascent towards what would probably be, you know, what is now called the double spend problem, you know, and once I ran into that in my head, I was like, Oh, there’s no way, you know, it’s like, I didn’t even I didn’t even going any further once that kind of dawned on me. But anyway, I heard about bitcoin and I became very interested, and I continued to learn about it.
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Bradley Stephenson: As time went on, I finally sort of got involved in a little more and like owning some bitcoin and sort of, you know, just generally more involved in blockchain around 2014. Right. So so I did. I did miss out. You know, I always look back and I’m like, Man, this really should have bought. So as soon as I heard about it, you know? But I think everybody says that right? Of course. And new people will probably continue to say that
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Bradley Stephenson: until the end of time.
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Bradley Stephenson: Yeah, right. So,
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Bradley Stephenson: you know, I came across this coin and was pretty impressed with the project,
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Bradley Stephenson: you know, especially with the core developer, the lead core developer JAG. You know, I came across this guy. This was about like late 2016. Mm hmm. And
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Bradley Stephenson: I just like a lot of things about the project, the mature approach to design. You know, they were acknowledging a lot of like, you know, big issues with blockchain back then, like the scalability problem.
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Bradley Stephenson: You know, they were there were willing to to redesign the protocol in light of some of these revelations that that you know, that they that they had really before a lot of other development teams had the same revelations.
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Bradley Stephenson: And I just I like the vision. I got more involved. And, you know, I think I think it was like in 2019 that I was voted on to the the subsequent foundation board, which is a registered non-profit based out of Netherlands.
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Bradley Stephenson: You know, our mission is to, you know, we have sort of a general mission, which is to help promote the adoption of cryptocurrency and blockchain advanced the tech, you know? But of course, our primary focus, you know, in doing that, of course, relates to this. So.
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Richard Carthon: Absolutely. Well, thank you for that background. The fact that you were able to know about bitcoin back in 2011, but even the fact that you got to purchase back in 2014, way well ahead of the curve of most of the people listening to this show right now. And of course, we all wish we bought more earlier. But there’s also just a quick reminder that no matter where you are in the timeline of crypto, there’s no time like today to figure out a way to get involved with projects that make sense to you. So Bradley, now as you talk about, you know, it becomes 2016, you get to figure out what this coin is and you’re like, OK, this is the ecosystem want to be a part of.
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Richard Carthon: So you’ve been with the since you’ve been in this ecosystem for four, six years now. So first, explain what is Cisco and what was the premise of it and kind of what has it evolved to today?
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Richard Carthon: Yeah. So in the beginning,
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Richard Carthon: says Coin was very focused generally on making blockchain more useful for people for real use cases, and they were very interested in use cases beyond just simple value transfer, right? Which is what bitcoin is as amazing as simple value transfer and primarily. A secure store of value, but it’s just going to lose some other things, they wanted to have some hard coded smart contracts.
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Richard Carthon: So the first discussions around Cisco and like the beginnings of the project like this is like back in 2013 and 2014, the first version of Mainer was released. I think that was like it was in June, nevertheless,
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Richard Carthon: and it included an on chain marketplace like some hard coded smart contracts for aliases, which are, you know, the early form of what we now refer to as decentralized identity. They had certificates, which now are what would be called NFTs, right? So they had they had these kind of very specific hardcoded smart contracts that we’re not Turing complete? No. Like I don’t want, I don’t want to get too technical. So, you know, I want I want this interview to relate to everyone and everyone to be able to walk away with some value, whether they’re an expert or a novice.
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Richard Carthon: So like guide me a little bit, if I if I get too technical, pulling back in or if you need me more guy to let me know,
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Richard Carthon: I’ll bring it back in and I’ll ask for specific things for you to go in a little bit deeper, just in case.
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Richard Carthon: OK. So what I want to stay too far on the past was just going. What ended up happening is, you know, all of this was before Ethereum, right? So it’s not with Turing complete computation. Everything
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Richard Carthon: it was realized that there was a huge scalability problem just generally with blockchain. And so what’s this coin began to focus on was
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Richard Carthon: making a secure layer one that does what a layer one is supposed to do, what it’s intended to do, which is to secure those transactions in a decentralized way where you know that transaction will exist on that blockchain hundreds of years from now. Right. As long as the network stays up, so right. So that’s what we began to focus on. They began to cut away a lot of the fat, make a very efficient blockchain.
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Richard Carthon: The developers really had a knack for identifying design characteristics that would solve multiple problems and one elegant suite. Right? So one of those very important characteristics is merged mining. And what that what that enables is for going to inherit the proof of work network, the mining network of bitcoin. And, you know, a very significant portion of its hash power
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Richard Carthon: where those miners can take the work that they’ve already performed mining bitcoin and essentially present that work as a voucher to this coin to create a block and receives this as a reward. So we incentive we provide some extra incentive to bitcoin miners to continue mining. Even after the the twenty point nine nine nine million bitcoin mind. In addition to bitcoin fees, they’ll still have an incentive to continue supporting this coin.
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Richard Carthon: So that’s that’s a very important aspect. It’s green because we’re not requiring them to spend any extra energy. Yet we’re currently inheriting around 20 percent of bitcoin’s hash. Right? Well, yeah. So
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Richard Carthon: so yeah. So we’re we’re bitcoin merge mined
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Richard Carthon: what we’ve become today. Now, with any of them having been released December, the 6th is a platform that supports Turing complete smart contracts exactly as they’re supported on Ethereum, so anyone can take their Solidity code or what have you if it’s running on Ethereum. It will work on this coin, so we have a dual chain architecture.
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Richard Carthon: If you imagine this coin, it’s essentially a system of systems and more in more ways than one. If you think about this coin as a large sphere and with two smaller spheres inside, all right, one of those spheres is our bitcoin based. You see XO type chain where we’re merged mining. The other is an Ethereum based TBM, and we leave both of those models intact, right? Because they’re proven. Bitcoin is the proven security standard. Ethereum is the proven standard for Turing complete computation in a decentralized way, so we don’t want to violate those.
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Richard Carthon: They work there very well proven right that there’s a lot of things that can be that can be improved upon. So we keep those models intact. And in that larger sphere of this coin, we create interplays through protocol adaptation where these two different paradigms can sort of play off of each other to create new strengths. So with a theory, with the theory, a model,
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Richard Carthon: you know it’s inherent. Adding that bitcoin proof of work as a means of settlement, of secure settlement and it’s taking, it’s able to take advantage also of advancements like ZK Rollups, optimistic rollups. All these scaling solutions that are really on the cutting edge thanks to some, you know, some of the amazing work of academic researchers into cryptography, right? Which is very necessary and particularly for scaling computation. And then, on the other hand, we can take advantage of lightning networks and things like that on the low side, and we bridge them with a trustless bridge so people can have their assets between both, right? So we we can take advantage of the best of both evolutionary tracks, the bitcoins, and we can add to it, right? So we we can we can, you know, we can create a lot of synergies for us.
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Richard Carthon: Synergy isn’t just a buzzword in a boardroom meeting, right where you’re getting lectured. It’s an actual thing that we do right, which is
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Richard Carthon: important and real, real quick. I want to make sure I unpack all this and make sure I’m following. So what this coin is able to do at a layer one protocol is to take the best of bitcoin and Ethereum and be able to wrap them at a base layer. So with Bitcoin being able to essentially use its security and being able to use these kind of micro transactions that still wrap to the block for bitcoin so that you are still getting some of the hash from it. So it’s still secure and you’re still being able to move a little bit faster.
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Richard Carthon: So you’re getting that greatness of that world and then you go to the Ethereum side of the spear, if you will, the two spirits within the layer one protocol that you have. And within the Ethereum side, you can still have the scalability piece because a lot of things are still being built on top of it. You can now use the Decay Rollups, which are a great scalability layer that’s being built on top of a theorem, and you are able to handle more transactions than you would on the necessarily on the on the bitcoin side. This is all that kind of together.
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Richard Carthon: Are there any pieces that you would wrap in there?
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Richard Carthon: Yeah, we we we actually do have some interesting characteristics on the bitcoin side through some some innovation that we did with something called C2, which is where we utilize the Bitcoin mempool as a DAG, which is basically is there’s just some tweaks that we’ve made in that regard as far as forwarding double spins and, you know, just generally making nodes very quickly. We’re all nodes very quickly aware of all transactions, you know? So we have some throughput solutions sort of on the bitcoin side as well.
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Richard Carthon: But yes, the scaling with ZK Rollups is really the future and the big thing that any VM, which for us that stands for network enhanced virtual machine are anything, you know, introduces smart contracts to the world of coin and introduces smart contracts to the world of bitcoin security.
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Richard Carthon: So which is great, which are two vastly important pieces of the equation? Now, the other piece of this equation that I’m curious about is when you think about layer one protocols, a lot of the big issues that come up when you think about bitcoin and Ethereum is that they’re layer ones are very slow. They only do a limited amount of transactions per second. How is this coin going about solving that particular challenge?
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Yes. So going back to what I said a little bit ago, which was our focus on the layer one doing what it’s best at, which is to centralize security.
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Richard Carthon: So it’s going to layer one purposely as far as the EVM goes is not particularly high throughput and it’s not it’s not designed to be that way and it doesn’t need to be that way. And the reason why is because rollups and layer other layer two scaling solutions are where the users really belong. The settlement, you know, the settlement of maybe aggregated computation or, you know, things like that that belongs on layer one.
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Richard Carthon: So users users will have the ability to. Essentially have almost like a Web to experience as far as performance, as far as you know, just the general user experience while taking advantage of the benefits of blockchain thanks to layer two. Right. So Web three will act will act in all the right ways and all the good ways, a lot more like Web two very soon. And the layer one really needs to be focused on providing reasonable fees and very, very good security.
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Richard Carthon: And that’s that’s what our layer one is designed to do. So with that in mind, you know, we have a two and a half minute block time, right? And now in the world of smart contracts, when you tell some people that are like that, how can you how can you even like, what good is that? You know, I think that the theory, I mean, it’s like 10 seconds. And you know, this other one’s even faster and
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Richard Carthon: well, with with the layer two, it’s going to be even faster than those bar is. If that’s the intention and the purpose of that particular layer to it can be as fast as you need it to be, right? If you got if you got the computational resources. So the layer one is focused on security and the layer two abstracts that layer one blockchain away from the users. So they don’t even have to think about it, but they get all the best of it, right?
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Richard Carthon: Right. And it’s interesting. Play right? So a lot of layer one solutions have various reasons applications that you’re saying. If the goal is speed, then there are some out there that do a whole lot transactions per second that the goal is security and scalability. It could be potentially slower. So it sounds like in this scenario, Cisco has gone the route of security first pin point blank period and then layering on layer two protocols on top of it so that you can then get the speed, aspect and other things that can contribute to making it seamless process.
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Richard Carthon: Like you’re saying, with it being like a Web 2.0 solution that a typical user is used to experiencing, they won’t skip a beat. But underneath the hood of how everything works, there are some elements that might be slower. But with it being more secure, you’re getting the full package of keeping up with what your everyday person uses. The experience you’re not really missing anything is that is that about right?
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Richard Carthon: Yeah, exactly. And I mean, as long as the security mechanism of the layer to, you know, whatever developers come along and, you know, develop a layer two app as long as their security is decent is good, the users don’t really have to worry about layer one at all. It can be. It can be. It can be fast. And then they can. They can have a good time with their experience and know that in the background at some point, whether it’s 10 minutes from now, whether it’s three hours from now, when the roll up decides it wants to group everything together and do a specific settlement, you know, they’ll know that that layer one transaction will be there and that their their data is secure, right? Yeah.
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Richard Carthon: So, you know, it’s really easy to have a super fast L1. It’s really hard to deal with it blowing up in your face. Yes.
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Richard Carthon: Which is unfortunately a lot of reoccurring challenges that are coming up for some fast layer one solutions that are out there. But something else that I want to kind of dive into here with you is for for people who are listening right now, they’re like, OK, that sounds interesting. Who who would be ideal to come in and start using Cisco? Is it your developers? Is it someone who has a project and you’re looking for security and layering solutions? Like, Who? How can someone come on and immediately start using this coin?
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Richard Carthon: Well, you know, one thing that’s good to know is, you know, any medium or even blockchain is 100 percent compatible with anything auditorium. So if you’ve got Solidity code that you want to port it over, you can we as far as rollups go, we’re very kind of focused on Matter Labs particular approach, which is, I think, 2.0. We like it a lot because it’s open source, we’re open source and we just generally like a lot of different things about about that.
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Richard Carthon: So
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Richard Carthon: one thing that’s good to know is transpiring is available as you could think. So
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Richard Carthon: you know, you should you’ll be able to transport all your Solidity code to work with with ZK Rollups as soon as you get rollups are rolled out publicly.
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Richard Carthon: Now, as far as specific types of projects, I mean, really, really anything that can work on Ethereum and more. So if you’re looking at like metaverse applications, you know, if you wanted to look into the future that things like, you know, like Internet of Things or, you know, or if you just really dig now that you just really want to make that that this topic internet of people thing work, you know, you can, you know, you can you can do that, too on this in the.
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Richard Carthon: Scalability is there right with with ups and everything in the way we designed it, so smart cities? You know, all of those kinds of things. Now when we talk to projects which, you know, we’ve been talking to a lot of people lately.
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Richard Carthon: So the we kind of we help them assess what’s best for them, we’re like, do you want to launch on or layer one? We do need, like some defined primitives, things like that, of course, which by the way, our first decks are native decks launched today and with public, it’s called Pegasus. So there’s that. Congratulations. Big deal. Thank you. It is a big deal and we’re very excited about that. But what we do is we we try to help them assess whether they belong on layer one or layer two and the vast majority of projects that come to us. We really kind of push them towards layer two. You know, as far as just the development approach and what they offer their users, they really should be focusing there because very quickly, that will be the future that everyone’s looking to.
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Richard Carthon: So we want people to be ahead of that curve. And one example of a project that we’ve helped quite a bit that was mute. I don’t know if you’re familiar with them, but that is a DeFi
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Richard Carthon: that is a privacy oriented DeFi suite that is designed for eco rollups. And I think there.
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Richard Carthon: You know, they’re almost done with their development. But we we, our early core developer, advised them quite a bit. A couple of years ago, when they were running a blockchain, that was a dash fork, I believe. And we pushed them towards. He could roll up and help them understand the benefits of that. So let’s see. It’s getting a little bit dark in here. I was relying on on sunlight, sun, on the Sun. So if you hold on just a second, I’m going to turn the light on over me.
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Richard Carthon: Sure.
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Richard Carthon: OK, well, we have like
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Richard Carthon: all right,
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Richard Carthon: so you just brought up a lot of different things in ways that you’re working with these different ecosystems and they’re looking at potentially coming on to layer two. So, you know, as we’re kind of wrapping up here, there’s there’s three things I always like to kind of ask you about. And the first one is just like as you look out into the future and you see, you know, we’re at the beginning of 2020 to a lot of exciting things happened last year. And I think there’s a lot of things that are pointing towards us getting closer to crypto mass adoption, especially after something like the Super Bowl going on.
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Richard Carthon: You have a lot of money being spent around crypto and acknowledgement that this is here is here to stay and et cetera. What do you think is going to be crucial to the future of crypto, especially as it relates to layer one layer two protocols?
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Richard Carthon: Just time, because it’s inevitable, it’s absolutely inevitable that, you know, blockchain and just generally distributed ledger will, will, will really form so much of how you know, how we see the future and what our future will be.
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Richard Carthon: I would say
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Richard Carthon: the last time in history that there was something that you could even relate to being as relevant as this goes back to the days of the crusades of the of the Knights Templar. And the only reason I say that is because they are they are thought to have come up with the idea of fractional reserve banking, right, which which I’m not very fond of. But that’s essentially the that was essentially an evolutionary leap in pay in finance and money.
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Richard Carthon: This this is even more significant than that. It’s going to completely change how people think of value. They’re going to think in the future, much less about money and a lot more about value, because so many different forms of value will have the functionalities that people expect of money in a digital age. Right. So
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Richard Carthon: yeah, we’re in for some absolutely amazing times. And in the quicker that you can get involved and get familiar, you know, and just spend time on this, you can really reap the rewards. And we’re talking about multigenerational rewards. We’re talking about legacy, giving your family, giving your family a legacy, you know, building a future, passing something on, passing a vision on and giving your family the ability to help make that happen. This is being put in your lap.
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Richard Carthon: You just need to pay attention, learn about it and take advantage of it.
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Richard Carthon: Absolutely, I think that is a good tidbit. You’re still still early, there’s still a lot coming on and there is a lot of opportunity that can change not just your life, but the lives of future generations. So Bradley, if you could take all of the information you have right now and could impart one or two pieces of wisdom to yourself when you first got started on this coin? What is the knowledge that you would drop to yourself?
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Richard Carthon: Be patient because it doesn’t happen overnight. Now we live in a world where things are moving very fast. Blockchain moves really quick. You can fall behind and you know your project can become obsolete in a year or less. You know, if you’re not really staying on top of things, especially now, it’s just it’s really beginning to snowball. So I would say
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Richard Carthon: I would have told myself to be be a little bit more patient
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Richard Carthon: if if you if you see something in a project, an ideal in a project that really you relate to it a lot and you see the developers working hard and they’re continuing to work hard, then always remind yourself of what made you like that project to begin with, you know, and kind of stick with it as long as you see the work being done. And I would I would encourage people to get involved more with projects. Don’t just hold an asset and expect everybody to do the work for you.
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Richard Carthon: It is really much more healthy psychologically for you to get involved with the project, help out any way you can. I mean, I’m sure there’s something almost anyone can do, whether it’s just spreading the word a little bit, you know, but when you’re actually contributing to the value of of an asset that you’re interested in,
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Richard Carthon: you know, it really helps you sleep at night rather than, you know, like sweating bullets, wondering if someone else is going to make your asset more valuable? Right. That’s the that’s not the way the world is supposed to work. We’re supposed to contribute value to the world if we want to truly be happy.
00:28:38:05 – 00:29:00:12
Richard Carthon: For sure. I think those are two great things. Be patient and be involved in projects that you see the work being done, and if you want to see the success of something, then don’t sit on the sidelines, become involved. And so I think those are really two great takeaways. And Bradley, as we wrap up here, man, I always like to finish up with what is a final thought that you want to leave with everyone listening here today?
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Richard Carthon: Well,
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Richard Carthon: if you got a family, try your best to love them. You know, our time or our time here on on planet Earth is pretty short in the grand scheme of things. Do the things you love
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Richard Carthon: and try to treat people the way that you’d like to be treated. And that’s all I have to say.
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Richard Carthon: That’s a great final thought and nothing to add there. Well, Bradley, thank you so much for spending some time with us. What are ways that people can connect with you and learn more about everything going on with this coin in this this coin foundation?
00:29:36:13 – 00:29:42:22
Richard Carthon: Yeah. So my own personal Twitter account is b s t r one five six
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Richard Carthon: six coin dot org.
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Richard Carthon: Also on Twitter followers at at science’s coin.
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