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  1. Unconfirmed: How MetaMask Grew Its Monthly Active Users By 5X in the Last 6 Months - Ep.233


    Dan Finlay, co-founder of MetaMask, talks about the meteoric growth of monthly active users of the crypto wallet, which has quintupled in the past seven months. In this episode, he discusses:

    which crypto use case drove MetaMask’s active user base to grow 5x in under a year what types of scaling solutions are drawing users to MetaMask how MetaMask works what kind of customers are using MetaMask how MetaMask has grown without targeted marketing whether the type of crypto usage in developing nations differed from developed nations which feature MetaMask released in 2020 that is bringing in revenue what pivotal moments in crypto over the past six years have brought new users to MetaMask why scalability and security are the most important challenges facing MetaMask in the short term how MetaMask is trying to make online wallets more secure how much volume users have traded via MetaMask’s new swap feature what new features are coming up for MetaMask wallets

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  2. E143 - WordPress vs Wix & the Fight Against Fake News (Matt Mullenweg, Automattic)

    In today’s episode, Joe talks to Matt Mullenweg, one of the founding developers of WordPress and the Founder and CEO of Automattic - a distribution company committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion with the goal to democratize publishing and commerce.

    Matt talks about the systematic approach of Automattic, WordPress, and the rest of the Automattic web brands, as well as scaling and hiring skilled engineers, and the upside and downside of content distribution on different social platforms.

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  3. #30 - Creativity in Code and Beyond, with Monica Dinculescu, Engineer Extraordinaire

    Folks often forget that engineering is inherently a very creative process. Monica Dinculescu found her own niche where she can build impactful things and do it in some of the most unusual ways possible. An excellent engineer, creative thinker, and fellow Eastern European by origin, Monica joins me today to talk about the things she learned as she figured out her career path.

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  4. How to turn your art into an NFT – Step by Step Tutorial

    Looking for ways to turn your art into a NFT? In this short step-by-step tutorial I show you how to create and list a non-fungible token on Rarible and Opensea. Listing is free on both marketplaces, except gas fees that occur on every interaction with the Ethereum blockchain. Furthermore, you learn how to store a unique and immutable highres version of your work in the IPFS network and how to include the unique link as unlockable content in the smart contract.

    If you don’t know what NFTs are, watch the videos listed below!

    My NFTs on Rarible and Opensea:

    NFTs explained:

    NFTs Q&A Session:

    MY WORKSTATION EQUIPMENT ○ Wacom Intuos Pro - ○ Wacom Cintiq 16 - ○ 3DConnexion SpaceMouse Pro - ○ EIZO FlexScan - ○ Headset -

    MY CAMERA GEAR ○ Canon EOS-200D - ○ Studio Mic - ○ Tripod -

    DISCLAIMER 1: I’m not a financial advisor and I don’t give any financial or any investment advice in this or any future videos, this one is for educational purpose only! Research before you throw money at something!!!

    DISCLAIMER 2: Link…

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    Tagged with nft

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  5. WTF is an NFT?

    Confused by NFTs? Of course you are! Because they sound really freaking complicated. Let me explain them in super simple language that everybody can get. No confusion here.

    00:34 WTF is an NFT? 02:48 Are NFTs a bubble? 04:06 Are NFTs destroying the planet? 05:53 What do NFTs mean for collectors & fans? 07:23 What do NFTs mean for artists & creators? 10:34 Are NFTs only for famous artists? 11:37 How to make an NFT 18:28 My first week in NFTs

    💎 Check out my work on Rarible here:

    💎 Donate your mountains of Etherium to: 0xd0c64800057c7dc5543d8af5845fa961ba32330b

    🤘 Have you minted an NFT? Share it below!


    1. Buy Etherium at (might have to wait a few days for it to arrive)
    2. Connect your wallet to or using either Metamask or Walletconnect
    3. Make an NFT
    4. Share it here!

    🌎 Here are a couple things to check out if you want two sides on the environmental impact argument about crypto: -

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    Tagged with nft

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  6. CoRecursive: Coding Stories - Apple 2001


    David Shayer worked at Apple for 14 years, and he has a wild experience to share. Apple has a unique culture, and David will give us an insider view of what it was like for him at Apple during the 2000s, roughly between 2001 to 2015 when Apple transformed into the powerhouse that it is today.

    David worked as a Software Engineer but for the hardware organization with Apple. He worked on a few special projects at Apple: at least one of them was top secret. But he is also going to share the struggles of building file systems and working on really short timelines and having development plans upended by Steve jobs.

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  7. David Heinemeier Hansson (DHH), Creator Of Ruby On Rails, Founder & CTO At Basecamp & HEY yesterday

    Released in 2004, Ruby on Rails is an open-source web application framework written in Ruby. Created by David Heinemeier Hansson, the framework takes full advantage of the Ruby’s unique features to create a language that continues to be very approachable even after almost two decades of development. In this conversation with Ben Rometsch, David dives deep into the genesis and evolution of Ruby on Rails and talks about his other works in progress at Basecamp and HEY. He also shares his prophetic and revolutionary insights on licensing, antitrust and other issues that matter to the open-source community.

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  8. #303: A World Without Email, with Cal Newport - Afford Anything

    Wouldn’t it be nice if our inbox magically managed itself? Let’s go a step further. What if we could live in a world without email? Email overload takes a real toll on us - on our workflow, and on our brains. A study conducted by RescueTime found that most workers can’t go six minutes without checking email. That, combined with how inefficient we become when switching tasks, creates a gigantic loss of productivity during our workday. Joke’s on you! I don’t use email. I use Slack instead. Ha! Slack isn’t any better than email. Any platform that allows for endless

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