Episode 11: The Qortal Network
0:00 - Intro
0:52 - Episode 11: The Qortal Network
1:40 - What is Qortal?
7:03 - How did you come to the conclusion that you needed to build a whole new infrastructure for the internet?
14:04 - Is it possible to censor or boot anyone off Qortal?
14:32 - Self-Selective Blocking/Unfollowing
16:26 - Explaining the Importance of Peer-to-Peer.
21:02 - Thoughts on Running a Node on Centralized Services (AWS/Amazon Cloud).
22:37 - Everyone has the ability to run a Node
23:34 - Benefits of Qortal's Custom-Built Data Network (QDN)
24:17 - ISPs, VPNs and Traffic
26:15 - Qortal's Security Model
28:08 - User Account Creation
30:57 - Future plans for more simplicity
34:42 - Why Qortal has no competition
36:57 - Qortal's willingness to collaborate with other blockchain projects
38:58 - Minting and Proof of Contribution Overtime
44:00 - Qortal Trade Portal Support Coins
48:59 - Transaction Fees
50:52 - Publishing a Website on Qortal
57:02 - Gateway Authentication
59:25 - Q-Apps
1:02:08 - Considerations for selling private data
1:02:48 - Selling a name with public data
1:05:28 - EVM vs Automated Transactions (Virtual CPU)
1:11:17 - California[State] Q-App Idea (Community Contributions / Tax Replacement)
1:13:16 - The future outlook for Qortal
1:17:09 - In your opinion do other blockchains live up to the original vision of Bitcoin?
1:19:20 - Deaf Ears (ie. Pitching ideas without financial incentive)
1:19:58 - People who speculate about price of QORT
1:22:05 - Cypherpunk's Manifesto
1:23:42 - Truly Decentralized
1:24:15 - Future Anonymous Qort Transactions
1:25:39 - Qortal.org Where and how to get involved with Qortal
1:26:02 - Crowetic.com Buying pre-setup Qortal nodes and refurbished laptops
1:26:46 - Join the Qortal Community for a better future
1:28:22 - Mesh Networking
1:30:08 - Disadvantage of a LoRa device
1:30:57 - New Hardware for Mesh Networking
1:32:28 - Wrap-up
1:32:55 - Last Words