CoinGeek Weekly Livestream - Kurt Wuckert Jr

CoinGeek Weekly Live – Kurt Wuckert Jr. is back. For more Bitcoin and blockchain questions and answers

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After an exciting week in Oslo covering Granath vs. Wright Broadcasting Kurt Wuckert Jr is back to answer many of the Bitcoin Q&A.

Hostility in Oslo

Wuckert begins by explaining that he is broadcasting from a temporary safe place due to a potential threat to his family. He says there was growing hostility towards the end of the Oslo trial, and BTC fundamentalists went to extremes to destroy his site, get rid of his site, and attack him as a representative of Bitcoin SV.

This hostility began when Wuckert was asked not to attend the BTC conference in Oslo. As a result, he had a BSV meeting attended by about 10 people. He wonders why his fellow bitcoiners can’t chat and disagree on various issues in a civil manner.

This soon turned into trying to find out where Wuckert’s hotel room was. This made him feel insecure, and he had to file a police report. This situation quickly escalated into a full-fledged questioning with someone setting up the GPS coordinates of his home, posting private photos of his wife, and generally violating his privacy.

Wuckert background story

Then Wuckert explains some legends and tells us more about his background. He says people used to accuse him of working for Roger Ver, but in reality, he never did. In fact, he says that he didn’t even start working at CoinGeek until 2020 and he gets paid on a self-employment basis.

Speaking of some of the nonsense that was implied from his questioning, Wuckert explains that his son was born in 2019 with a C-section due to a high-risk pregnancy. This was a traumatic experience for his family, and he had to reorganize some of his assets to take care of them.

Is Walker embarrassed by any of this? No, he’s just upset that people are putting his safety at risk. He blames the individuals involved and not the BTC culture in general.

questions and answers

With all of that off his chest, Wuckert started his Q&A section live.

Q: How many crypto company executives are resigning?

There is a long list of industry executives who have disappeared in the last year or two. In the past months and weeks, things have accelerated with the disappearance of Jesse Powell and others.

Wuckert says there could be two reasons: Either you’re moving into semi-retirement and will take a board position, or you’ve failed royally, and the board is removing you. Wuckert thinks the latter is that Make Michael Saylor disappear.

Q: Did Dr. Wright’s team bring any documents or were they just witnesses?

no. Some old files from previous issues were shown. There were more than 1.9 million files in total. The main evidence for Dr. Craig White, in this case, was witness testimony.

Q: Will you have Calvin Air in the live stream?

Walkert said he is not opposed to the idea but would prefer to have independent entrepreneurs. Since he agrees with both Dr. Wright and Calvin Ayer about a lot about Bitcoin, he thinks the conversation can be boring.

s. How long do you think it will be before BSV is recognized for its true value?

Getting to know him now. Wuckert said the miners he spoke to privately were already very interested in what Bitcoin could achieve at scale. He believes that BSV will become more valuable when it has real economic demand.

Q: Wheredders and Teranode? any timetable?

Wuckert reflected that he hadn’t spoken to Shadders in a while. He knows he’s gone nChain About six months ago and focused on Teranode via the Bitcoin Association. He says Teranode will be on the network as a listening node and may be online now. He says Gorillabol He’s ready for this and has been planning for it for a while.

Q: What do you think of Zatoshi’s drama?

It sounds a lot, Walkert said, “it said,” both ways. He says some people claimed he owed them this and that, but he was also good at communicating. Wuckert ultimately doesn’t know what he’s thinking.

Q: What is the confusion about RUN?

Walkert said he didn’t think there was any confusion. They announced that they were opening up his sources and working on something else. He has praised Brenton, Aaron and Miguel as very talented software engineers/developers and is sure that whatever they plan to work on will go well.

Q: Do you think the judge understood that keys are not identity and that court orders can transfer BTC from one person to another?

Walkert remembered that she definitely understood the first point. However, he is also sure that she did not understand what he meant by the court order to move the coins. He plans to do special work on how this works in practice.

s. Can BSV protect against payment censorship, like what happened with PayPal and the Free Speech Federation?

“Sure,” Walkert said. He details how the arguments that the ability to reallocate currencies makes BSV centralization fall apart. It shows how indiscriminately reallocating coins is expensive, and requires cooperation in multiple jurisdictions.

s. Is talk of Norges Bank using BSV something new, or is it an old article being recycled?

Walkert said the latest uproar was caused by an old article. However, research and development is ongoing, and no one knows its status. Bitcoin SV was one of the options they were looking for to run the CBDC version of NOK.

Q: Any update on LiteClient and its adoption across exchanges? Will you reduce the number of affirmations?

Wuckert did not have the LiteClient update. He doesn’t know how many exchanges you’ve had, but he knows there’s a specific person whose job it is to facilitate those relationships.

s. In the event of a court order to move coins, how would that work across multiple jurisdictions?

“It has to be formatted, otherwise it won’t work,” Walkert said. If the UK does, Canada doesn’t, and the US, Japan doesn’t, half the pools can move and the other half can’t, so it won’t work.

Watch: BSV Global Blockchain Agreement Presentation, BSV Blockchain: A World of Good

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