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[REQUEST] Yifu Guo , Creator of Avalon bitcoin miners
Just want to help spread awareness about Bitcoin and also very interested to see how the bitcoin community would respond to an IAmA featuring Yifu Where do you see bitcoin in a year from now? 5? How long did it take to develop the first avalon prototype? How many avalon miners have shipped to date? What got YOU into bitcoin? Are ASIC units going to kill gpu mining all-together?
$14,000,000.00+ in Avalon chips missing, and you thought BFL was bad?
Avalon is currently over a month late in shipping over $14 Million dollars in Avalon asic chips to group buys on Bitcointalk: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=264098.0 This could quite possibly be the biggest Bitcoin theft in History. If anyone can contact Yifu Guo of Avalon for chip status/confirmation that they will ship, please do. They have ignored all contact emails and phone calls for over a month.
Which cryptos have the most seemingly qualified developers and ongoing development?
Which cryptocoin do you see having the most active developers and most qualified to do the job? I hear lots about marketing, charity drives, large communities or retail adoption but I hear less and less of what is happening behind the scenes. Edit 1: Here is a preliminary list of who's who and Developments. Please correct me if I am missing info, have wrong info or want me to add other coin dev teams. Bitcoin Core Dev TeamVice ArticleGitHub Stats 5,180 commits 11 branches 107 releases 162 contributors Recent Developments
Satoshi Nakamoto: Bitcoin's Creator
Gavin Andresen: Andresen serves as chief scientist on the board of the Bitcoin Foundation and is essentially bitcoin’s lead developer, a position passed onto him by Satoshi Nakamoto, bitcoin’s mysterious creator. A Princeton grad, Andresen joined the bitcoin movement after spending time in Silicon Valley. Today, he is the only person receiving an official salary from the foundation for his work. Outside of Nakamoto himself, Andresen is the person who has most influence on the direction of bitcoin. If bitcoin is a ship, Andresen is the undisputed captain. He’s bitcoin’s Linus Torvalds.
Jeff Garzik: Garzik is a frequent writer, miner, developer (bitcoin and others), network engineer, familiy man, and staunch bitcoin advocate. He’s known within the community to be incredibly smart, tackling bitcoin’s many complex problems with speed and ease. Notably, he was the world’s first person to receive a specialized bitcoin miner from Yifu Guo’s firm Avalon, which at one point was mining hundreds of dollars worth of bitcoins a day.
Mike Hearn: By day, Hearn is a software engineer for Google. By night, he is the bitcoin community’s unofficial futurist, bitcoin’s very own Ray Kurzweil. Always focusing three to five years down the road, Hearn’s role is primarily that of an advisor.
Matt Corallo: One of the core development team’s unsung heroes, Corallo has made significant contributions to the bitcoin client, its infrastructure, and the main protocol, among others.
Pieter Wiuelle: Like Corallo, Wiuelle has devoted a substantial amount of code to the bitcoin project.
coblee (Charlie Lee) - Foundecreator of Litecoin. Bachelors and Masters from MIT in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering. Worked at Google previously on YouTube, Chrome OS, and Play Games. Currently working at Coinbase.
wtogami (Warren Togami) - Is an open source veteran as founder of Fedora, developer of K12Linux, Spamassassin, Bitcoin, and currently the lead developer of the Litecoin Project.
aspect (Anton Yemelyanov) - 20 years of software development with background in 3d graphics, special effects and video processing. Currently Director of Technology at the Bitcoin Embassy.
Nathan Gudmunson (gudmunsn) Chairman. Mr. Gudmunson is the core developer for Worldcoin as well as an organizer for the Worldcoin community. He has been previously associated with a variety of businesses and educational institutions including NBCUniversal, Microsoft, Arizona State University, and Bellevue College. Mr. Gudmunson holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Washington, Seattle. He was a founding member of Paper Napkin Designs, LLC., as well as the founder of WorkingPC.
Asa Gunderman (nerdcustoms) Vice Chairman. Asa began his career working on computer electronics while serving in the United States Navy. Since leaving the military, he has started a networking solutions company and is the co-founder of Worldcoin Foundation, LLC. Asa has spent the better half of a decade assisting small businesses with networking and systems administration.
Reading [this article!] http://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/1qmude/yifu_guo_is_conspiring_to_make_his_own_coins/ got me wondering if it is possible to create a mirror coin. A mirror coin, as the name implies) could simply track total bitcoins one for one and allow owners of bitcoin to acquire mirror coins equal to their validated bitcoins. This could be one line of defense to preserving the bitcoin capital created if the bitcoin protocol is ever compromised with validation and/or colored coins. Your feedback is appreciated.
Dessen Chef Yifu Guo ist übrigens auch Mit-Gründer von Coin Validation. Das Vorhaben wird kontrovers in der Community diskutiert. Manche sehen die Idee einer Währung ohne staatliche Eingriffe ... Yifu Guo – $5 million. In order for Bitcoin transactions to be processed and added to the transaction record (known as the blockchain), they must be solved with computing power. Since Bitcoin is peer-to-peer, users are responsible for mining. They are rewarded with Bitcoins for this mining. Users previously used their GPU’s computing power to add to the blockchain, until NYU student Yifu ... Yifu Guo Avalon V1 There's an entire industry of Bitcoin miners out there, people that set up specialized computer rigs to run 24 hours a day to mine the digital currency. Yifu Guo. Yifu Guo is the founder of a mining application that has been developing in 2012, no longer after Bitcoin reached $1000 worth. Even if he left Avalon(the mining app name) after a year, he is the first one who becomes a millionaire for selling miners. And once you are a Bitcoin millionaire, you will always remain a Bitcoin millionaire. Of course, if the Bitcoin technology is breaking ... Yifu Guo is the man behind the Avalon Bitcoin miners and is accountable for the very first Bitcoin miner that was purpose built. He was the first to acquire over a million dollars in bitcoin. Let us have a glance on 15 things you probably did not know about Yifu Guo. 1.Dropped out. Yifu is a drop out of New York University. He did it so that he could start his own company. He began mining ...
55. BITCOIN 2013 - Day 3 - Yifu Guo of Avalon, Part 3of3
BITCOIN 2013 - Day 3 - Yifu Guo of Avalon, Part 3of3 - Duration: 5:36. Digital Magus 411 views. 5:36. How Bitcoin Works Under the Hood - Duration: 22:25. CuriousInventor 2,741,032 views. 22:25 ... More from Yifu Guo at the Bitcoin conference in San Jose. Yes, I know it's a vertical video. I apologize in advance for any pain and suffering this causes. In this clip Yifu talks about how much ... 1) My Bitcoin Tip jar: 185By4a1Lt2HnKLAKR5EmidZMYgp5DDSaj 2) Yifu giving a general talk about Avalon.