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The Tatiana Show - ETH Denver w/ Jessica Levesque & Michael Perklin of C4 and James Waugh of Enigma

Liberty.me Studio

Tatiana comes to you from the ETH Denver conference, the world’s largest hackathon for Ethereum and other blockchain protocol enthusiasts, designers, and developers.In a two part interview, she sits down with Jessica Levesque and Michael Perklin from the CryptoCurrency Certification Consortium (C4) and James Waugh from Enigma and the Rare Art Festival.The CryptoCurrency Certification Consortium, or C4 for short, is a non-profit that provides certifications to professionals who perform cryptocurrency related services.Michael and Jessica give some history into the forming of C4 and the inspiration for providing certifications for crypto. They give some details on the testing process, where to find their online courses and information for the company’s blockchain training conference.James Waugh Joins Tatitana for the second half of the show. James is a community experience manager for Enigma, a decentralized open-source protocol that allows anyone to perform computations on encrypted data bringing privacy to smart contracts and public blockchains. He is also a crypto art enthusiast and one of the organizers for the Rare Digital Art Festival, Tatiana and James discuss the growing crypto art community and what project James finds the most exciting in the space, the rivalry between Ethereum and Counterparty, and what’s in store at the next Rare Art Festival. If you like this content, please send a tip with BTC to: 1Q2QHoNowg8D2QzWhBQU1YrraG771aCpgSMore Info: TatianaMoroz.comC4EnigmaRare Art FestivalETH DenverCryptoMediaHub.comVaultoro.gold/tatianaFriends and Sponsors of the Show:eToroProof of Love*You have been listening to the Tatiana Show. This show may contain adult content, language, and humor and is intended for mature audiences. If that’s not you, please stop listening. Nothing you hear on The Tatiana Show is intended as financial advice, legal advice, or really, anything other than entertainment. Take everything you hear with a grain of salt. Oh, and if you’re hearing to us on an affiliate network, the ideas and views expressed on this show, are not necessarily of the those of the network you are listening on, or of any sponsors or any affiliate products you may hear about on the show.

43mins

3 Mar 2020

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On Location • ETH Denver: Jessica Levesque & Michael Perklin of the CryptoCurrency Certification Consortium and James Waugh of Enigma

The Tatiana Show!

Tatiana comes to you from the ETH Denver, the world’s largest hackathon for Ethereum and other blockchain protocol enthusiasts, designers, and developers. In a two part interview, she sits down with Jessica Levesque and Michael Perklin from the CryptoCurrency Certification Consortium (C4) and James Waugh from Enigma and the Rare Art Festival. The CryptoCurrency Certification Consortium, or C4 for short, is a non-profit that provides certifications to professionals who perform cryptocurrency related services. Michael and Jessica give some history into the forming of C4 and the inspiration for providing certifications for crypto. They give some details on the testing process, where to find their online courses and information for the company’s blockchain training conference. James Waugh Joins Tatiana for the second half of the show. James is a community experience manager for Enigma, a decentralized open-source protocol that allows anyone to perform computations on encrypted data bringing privacy to smart contracts and public blockchains. He is  also a crypto art enthusiast and one of the organizers for the Rare Digital Art Festival. Tatiana and James discuss the growing crypto art community and what project James finds the most exciting in the space, the rivalry between Ethereum and Counterparty, and what’s in store at the next Rare Art Festival.  If you like this content, please send a tip with BTC to: 1Q2QHoNowg8D2QzWhBQU1YrraG771aCpgSMore Info:   TatianaMoroz.com C4 Enigma Rare Art Festival ETH Denver CryptoMediaHub.com Vaultoro.gold/tatiana Friends and Sponsors of the Show: eToro Proof of Love *You have been listening to the Tatiana Show.  This show may contain adult content, language, and humor and is intended for mature audiences.  If that’s not you, please stop listening. Nothing you hear on The Tatiana Show is intended as financial advice, legal advice, or really, anything other than entertainment.  Take everything you hear with a grain of salt. Oh, and if you’re hearing to us on an affiliate network, the ideas and views expressed on this show, are not necessarily of the those of the network you are listening on, or of any sponsors or any affiliate products you may hear about on the show. 

43mins

3 Mar 2020

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Michael Perklin, Paul Sztorc and Brian(DWB)Deery on the latest Hacks

The Crypto Show

Tonight we talk with Michael Perklin, Paul Sztorc and Brian Deery about the latest hacks in the space including a few opinions on the Bo Shen hack. Also some great insight on prediction markets and Hive Mind.Sponsored by: http://Dash.org http://Anarchapulco.com coupon code: Crypto http://CryptoCompare.comLinks:http://LedgerLabs.com http://Hive-Mind.com http://FreeRoss.org http://TheCryptoShow.com http://Facebook.com/thecryptoshow @TheCryptoShow@The_Crypto_ShowTips:BTC 139R6K7fxTYaFf2aXTid84Le1ayqMVvSCqDash XqDeHnokQocBpvffsa2dWz8mX7oTKpoKzcLTC LUTJtk4QqXLiDkK8pDKK3jM73VVwbp7oSrDoge DQBJ7PSpFzUTwpBrny46Kug4BW8AGtq1YQLTBC 1CevFxMT6srBtTkWx2qrNaJmjtgxbo7pBAETH 0x10cfd6916832566e82b3ab38cc6741dfd7e6164f

2hr 6mins

8 Dec 2016

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EP31: Michael Perklin - A Digital Forensic Expert's Story of the Shapeshift.io Hack

Liberty Entrepreneurs

Today on Liberty Entrepreneur Podcast: Michael Perklin: Head of Security and Investigative Services at Ledger Labs, President of C4, Board member of Bitcoin Foundation and Bitcoin Alliance of Canada, and pun lover@mperklin on TwitterEmail: michael@ledgerlabs.iohttps://cryptoconsortium.org/ https://ledgerlabs.io/ http://bitcoinalliance.ca/ https://bitcoinfoundation.org/Michael tells about the ShapeShift hack story. Find the full story at http://moneyandstate.com/looting-of-the-fox/ How should entrepreneurs go about giving trust to employees?In 12 or 13 years, Michael has never been involved in a situation where an emergency is publicized like this. What does Michael start looking at when he arrives at the scene of a crime? What should an entrepreneur do when they have a cyber event?1) For the entrepreneur: turn off all hardware involved – best way to do this is by turning power off, not by shutting down.2) For the investigator: get caught up – brain dump of all relevant info to eventTo construct a time line of events, Michael must ask the same questions to everyone involved, even if this gets tedious. Minds are not like hard drives, where once the data is there, it stays there. There are 2 sides to every story. Person one's impression, person two's impression. There is sometimes a third side – a recording of what was actually said.What is the most important lesson other entrepreneurs can learn from the Shapeshift incident?“There always seems to be a reason to wait before you involve a security professional. Once I finish the code, then I'll get it security audited. Once we go online, then I'll have someone do a penetration test on it.” “That's actually another thing I would recommend to your listeners: If any of them are like [Michael]: Enjoying your job is so much better than money.”Michael tells about how he first became an entrepreneur, and how this shaped his forming C4, The CryptoCurrency Certification Consortium. C4 was born out of the need for companies that need to hire bitcoin expertise, but the hiring manager doesn't have bitcoin expertise themselves. https://cryptoconsortium.org/CBP: Certified Bitcoin Professional (akin to a driver's license) – Over 2000 registered usersCBX: Certified Bitcoin Expert (akin to a mechanic's license) – being developed nowCCSS: CryptoCurrency Security Standard – applies to information systemsMovies and TV would imply that biometrics are the most secure security method. Michael believes this couldn't be further from the truth.Biometrics are definitely less secure than passwords and two factor authenticators. Regardless of the implementation, Michael strongly believe that 2 factor authentication will be the norm.What motivates Michael as an entrepreneur? Simple: Fun, and enjoyment. “I became an entrepreneur because I wanted to enjoy my 9 to 5 a lot more than I was currently enjoying it. And I was successful in doing that.” “Chose the thing that you love, and figure out a way to make that your 9 to 5.”3 reasons why biometrics are inferior security to other methods:1) Required error thresholds2) Every biometric identifier is inherently public – the equivalent of having your password on a post-it note on your forehead3) There is no possibility for revocation... ever – this is the most important reasonOn the importance of revocation and biometrics: “If I lose my key, I can change the lock. If I lose my password, I can change the password. But if I lose a biometric identify, like a fingerprint, I can't revoke my finger. That means for the rest of my life, I can never use that same finger for any authenticator ever again, because I know somebody and some point copied it at some time. Link to Liberty Entrepreneurs show with Brennan http://libertyentrepreneurs.com/2016/03/le23-b-byrne-security-in-a-world-of-innovation/ where we discussed security and biometrics as well

45mins

2 May 2016

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Crypto Currency Certification Consortium President Michael Perklin

The Bitcoin Knowledge Podcast

http://media.blubrry.com/bitcoinruntogold/p/www.satoshisdeposition.com/podcast/BTCK-125-2015-01-12.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 20:31 — 16.9MB) | Embed Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS Crypto Currency Certification Consortium President Michael Perklin discusses certification of trusted professionals with trustless technologies.

20mins

12 Jan 2015

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Anthony di Iorio, Arthur Corry, Ethan Wilding & Michael Perklin: Bitcoin Decentral Toronto

Epicenter - Learn about Crypto, Blockchain, Ethereum, Bitcoin and Distributed Technologies

Topics covered in this episode: Anthony di Iorio (Founder Decentral, Founder Ethereum, Toronto Bitcoin Meetup, Executive Director Bitcoin Alliance of Canada) Arthur Corry (Managing Director Decentral Accelerate) Ethan Wilding (Resident Philosopher and Ethereum) Michael Perklin (Bitcoinsultants, Director Bitcoin Alliance Canada, Founder Crypto Currency Certification Consortium) Episode links: Decentral Decentral Accelerate Bitcoin Alliance Canada Bitcoin Toronto Meetup Crypto Currency Certification Consortium (C4) Bitcoinsultants Bitcoin: The End of Money Kickstarter As We Know It Bitcoin: The End of Money - Matt Miller Interview This episode is hosted by Brian Fabian Crain and Sébastien Couture. Show notes and listening options: epicenter.tv/026

1hr 13mins

30 Jun 2014