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Schedule

Sunday, May 3

1430676000 The Tech Guy
1430690400 This Week in Tech

Monday, May 4

1430758800 Tech News Today
1430762400 Triangulation
1430767800 iPad Today
1430775000 Coding 101
1430780400 Tech News 2Night

Tuesday, May 5

1430845200 Tech News Today
1430848800 MacBreak Weekly
1430857800 Security Now
1430866800 Tech News 2Night
1430870400 All About Android

Wednesday, May 6

1430926200 FLOSS Weekly
1430931600 Tech News Today
1430935200 Windows Weekly
1430942400 This Week in Google
1430953200 Tech News 2Night
1430955000 Android App Arena
1430960400 Ham Nation

Thursday, May 7

1431018000 Tech News Today
1431021600 Know How...
1431032400 Home Theater Geeks
1431039600 Tech News 2Night

Friday, May 8

1431104400 Tech News Today
1431108000 This Week in Law
1431118800 Before You Buy
1431126000 Tech News 2Night

Saturday, May 9

1431194400 The Tech Guy

Sunday, May 10

1431280800 The Tech Guy
1431295200 This Week in Tech

Monday, May 11

1431363600 Tech News Today
1431367200 Triangulation
1431372600 iPad Today
1431379800 Coding 101
1431385200 Tech News 2Night

Tuesday, May 12

1431450000 Tech News Today
1431453600 MacBreak Weekly
1431462600 Security Now
1431471600 Tech News 2Night
1431475200 All About Android

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FLOSS Weekly 303

Bitcore

July 30 2014

Hosts: Randal Schwartz and Dan Lynch.

Bitcore is a complete, native interface to the Bitcoin network, and provides the core functionality needed to develop apps for bitcoin.

Ryan has contributed major feature enhancements to bitcore, especially hierarchical deterministic wallets (BIP 32), payment protocol (BIP 70), message signing, ECIES (asymmetric encryption), and general improvements to both the C++ and javascript cryptography.

Manuel has contributed in many ways to bitcore, most importantly making it work fully in the browser, and achieving 100% test data compatibility with Bitcoin Core. He also helped build insight.is and copay.io, and is the main maintainer behind the proofofexistence project, a decentralized timestamping service built on top of bitcoin.

Guests: Manuel Araoz and Ryan X Charles

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