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  • wow out of all the people.

    哇,在所有的人中。

  • The one guy you would never think we'll get scammed is Mark Cuban.

    你永遠不會認為我們會被騙的一個人是馬克-庫班。

  • If you have ever watched shark tank, you know what kind of tough questions you would ask to figure out if that started with the scam or not.

    如果你曾經看過《鯊魚池》,你知道你會問什麼樣的棘手問題,以弄清這是否始於騙局。

  • But here in the crypto world he fell for it.

    但在這裡的加密世界,他上當了。

  • Cuban is one of the world's most successful entrepreneurs.

    庫班是世界上最成功的企業家之一。

  • He built an empire worth $4.1 billion.

    他建立了一個價值41億美元的帝國。

  • In fact, he made his fortune during the.com bubble.

    事實上,他在互聯網保麗龍期間發了財。

  • He sold the start up to yahoo for $5.7 billion, which was an overvalued company that didn't worth its money.

    他以57億美元的價格將創業公司賣給了雅虎,這是一家被高估的公司,不值一提。

  • But he got away with billions of dollars and you would expect him to be cautious and smart.

    但他帶著數十億美元逃之夭夭,你會期望他謹慎和聰明。

  • But now A crypt, a company that promised a few 100% of returns scammed Cuban and ripped his money.

    但現在A加密,一家承諾有幾個100%回報率的公司騙了庫班,撕毀了他的錢。

  • Cuban invested in China.

    古巴人在中國投資。

  • It's a Cryptocurrency talking that went from $60 to $0 in just a few hours prices fluctuate all the time in the market.

    這是一個加密貨幣談話,在短短几個小時內從60美元到0美元的價格在市場上一直波動。

  • But this talking was a rocket that exploded in the middle of its way and it was a matter of time before it hits the ground.

    但這次說話的是一枚火箭,它在中途爆炸了,擊中地面只是時間問題。

  • Even Gamestop shares didn't crash that much.

    即使是Gamestop的股票也沒有崩潰那麼多。

  • In fact, Gamestop is doing pretty good now.

    事實上,Gamestop現在做得很好。

  • Just imagine how much interest the hedge funds are paying on their borrowed stocks.

    試想一下,對沖基金為他們借來的股票支付了多少利息。

  • Another company from South Africa that was founded by two brothers, vanished from the face of the earth with $3.6 billion examples.

    另一家來自南非的公司,由兩兄弟創立,帶著36億美元的例子從地球表面消失了。

  • what people don't understand about Bitcoin is that the Blockchain in which Bitcoin is based might be super difficult to hack.

    人們對比特幣不瞭解的是,比特幣所基於的區塊鏈可能是超級難黑的。

  • But most of these online wallets or online platforms or new targets that emerged out of nowhere could be hacked or they could be just a scam.

    但這些在線錢包或在線平臺或突然出現的新目標大多可能被黑客攻擊,也可能只是一個騙局。

  • Like the case with South African Brothers remember a bit connect.

    就像南非兄弟的情況一樣,記得有點聯繫。

  • It claimed to be an open source Cryptocurrency that guaranteed investors 40% returns.

    它聲稱是一種開源的加密貨幣,保證投資者有40%的回報。

  • It seems pretty realistic, however, did connect unfortunately turned out to be a Ponzi scheme that cost its investors an incredible $3.5 billion.

    這似乎很現實,然而,連接不幸變成了一個龐氏騙局,使其投資者損失了令人難以置信的35億美元。

  • I don't feel sorry for the people who fell for it because you could say it's a scam by watching just one of their ads pin coin was another scamp a Vietnamese Cryptocurrency that raised about a billion dollars from 32,000 investors.

    我並不為那些上當的人感到遺憾,因為你只要看了他們的一個廣告就可以說這是一個騙局針幣是另一個騙局,一個越南的加密貨幣,從32000名投資者那裡籌集了大約10億美元。

  • Instead of being paid back in cash, investors were rewarded with new Talking's coach.

    投資者沒有得到現金回報,而是得到了新的談話教練的獎勵。

  • I found before the team behind pink coin disappeared alongside all the invested money.

    我發現在粉紅幣背後的團隊與所有投資的錢一起消失之前。

  • If you're not convinced yet, then good luck.

    如果你還不相信,那麼祝你好運。

  • Does that mean Bitcoin or crypto in general is one big scam or a speeder till corsage a chinese financial weapon to destroy the United States.

    這是否意味著比特幣或一般的加密貨幣是一個大騙局,或一個加速器,直到胸花,是中國摧毀美國的金融武器。

  • To answer that question, we have to go back in history 1962 and mit computer scientist like older came up with the idea for global computer network and three years later he with his team successfully made to computers communicate with each other.

    要回答這個問題,我們必須回到1962年的歷史,像年長的mit計算機科學家提出了全球計算機網絡的想法,三年後他和他的團隊成功地使計算機相互溝通。

  • In 1969, a student from Stanford wanted to send a message login to another computer but the system crushed because the message was too big so he could understand L.

    1969年,斯坦福大學的一名學生想發送一條資訊登錄到另一臺計算機上,但系統崩潰了,因為資訊太大,所以他能理解L。

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  • It wasn't a big deal back then, but it was the beginning of a revolution that will soon change the world you see at the end of the day, what is the internet?

    當時這並不是什麼大事,但這是一場革命的開始,很快就會改變你所看到的世界,在最後,互聯網是什麼?

  • If you ever ask yourself this question?

    如果你曾經問過自己這個問題?

  • It is not a technology that introduced something fundamentally new.

    它不是一項引入根本性新東西的技術。

  • It just made communication faster and better take Uber for example, taxes were a thing way before the internet existed.

    它只是讓溝通變得更快更好,以Uber為例,在互聯網存在之前,稅收就是一種東西。

  • But the internet made communication between people who want to give a right for a financial reward and the people who want to write more effective, stopping every car in the road to ask them if they would give you a ride for a certain amount of money is dumb.

    但互聯網使那些想給一個權利以獲得經濟回報的人和想寫作的人之間的溝通更加有效,在路上攔住每一輛車,問他們是否願意用一定的錢讓你搭車,這是愚蠢的。

  • But when you're using Uber that's exactly what you're doing.

    但當你使用Uber時,這正是你在做的事情。

  • But much much faster now wait a second, much, much, much faster.

    但現在快多了,等一下,快多了,快多了。

  • At some point in developing the internet will realize that why do we have to communicate the same message over and over where we can just store that information in one place and let everyone access it from there.

    在互聯網發展的某個階段,我們會意識到,為什麼我們要一遍又一遍地傳達相同的資訊,而我們可以直接將這些資訊存儲在一個地方,讓每個人都能從那裡獲得。

  • Take this video for example, it is stored in a data center.

    以這個視頻為例,它被儲存在一個數據中心。

  • When you want to watch this video, a signal is sent from the data center where this video is torched to a cell tower via an optical fiber network and from the cell tower, the signal reaches your phone through electromagnetic waves.

    當你想看這個視頻時,一個信號從刻錄這個視頻的數據中心通過光纖網絡發送到一個手機塔,從手機塔上,信號通過電磁波到達你的手機。

  • But if you access the internet from a wifi, then your router is literally connected to the global fiber network.

    但是,如果你從wifi上網,那麼你的路由器就實實在在地連接到了全球光纖網絡。

  • The optical fiber network connects the data centers with cell towers and routers.

    光纖網絡將數據中心與基站和路由器連接起來。

  • This network is literally the backbone of the Internet.

    這個網絡實際上是互聯網的骨幹。

  • Whenever you create a website, upload a video to Youtube or a picture to instagram your device sends that picture in the form of codes to data centers, then that that the center sends that message to other people who are connected to the internet.

    每當你創建一個網站,向Youtube上傳視頻或向Instagram上傳圖片時,你的設備會將圖片以代碼的形式發送到數據中心,然後該中心會將該資訊發送給其他連接到互聯網的人。

  • That's how the internet works in short.

    簡而言之,這就是互聯網的運作方式。

  • But before we got into all of this back in the 19 seventies, all the internet could do is send emails and it wasn't clear how sending an email could fundamentally change the entire world.

    但在19世紀70年代我們進入這一切之前,互聯網能做的只是發送電子郵件,而且不清楚發送一封電子郵件如何能從根本上改變整個世界。

  • But as more people got involved and learn how the internet works, they started testing different ideas.

    但隨著越來越多的人参與進來,瞭解互聯網的運作方式,他們開始測試不同的想法。

  • What if instead just sending an email, you could send an audio or maybe a video.

    如果不只是發送一封電子郵件,而是發送一個音頻或視頻,會怎麼樣?

  • So beginning in the 19 nineties, thousands of companies emerged like Netscape, yahoo amazon Ebay.

    是以,從19世紀90年代開始,出現了數以千計的公司,如網景、雅虎、亞馬遜的Ebay。

  • Every company tried to take an existing business model and make it more effective since the whole purpose of the internet was to make communication faster.

    每家公司都試圖採用現有的商業模式,並使其更加有效,因為互聯網的整個目的是使通信更快。

  • Ebay connected sellers with buyers.

    易趣網將賣家和買家聯繫起來。

  • If you want to sell your old tv, you could let the world know that you want to sell your old tv without leaving your house.

    如果你想賣掉你的舊電視,你可以讓全世界都知道你想賣掉你的舊電視,而不用離開你的房子。

  • If you wanted to buy a book, you no longer had to go to the bookstore because the bookstore could be on your computer as long as you have access to the internet.

    如果你想買一本書,你不再需要去書店,因為只要你能上網,書店就可以在你的電腦上。

  • The first email was sent by Ray thomason to himself in 1971 and it took us 21 years to be able to send video and audio via the Internet.

    第一封電子郵件是雷-索馬森在1971年發給自己的,我們花了21年時間才能夠通過互聯網發送視頻和音頻。

  • And even after 20 years of developing the Internet, we still did not have YouTube, Facebook paypal or Google.

    而即使在互聯網發展了20年之後,我們仍然沒有YouTube、Facebook paypal或Google。

  • It took us 36 years from the time we sent the first email to creating a device that put the Internet in our pockets.

    從我們發送第一封電子郵件到創造一個將互聯網放在我們口袋裡的設備,我們花了36年時間。

  • But this revolution had its dark sides as well.

    但這場革命也有其黑暗的一面。

  • Back in the 1990s, people realized that they could easily steal people sensitive information such as credit card numbers, social security numbers or access their computers by pretending to be the bank, the I.

    早在20世紀90年代,人們就意識到,他們可以通過假裝成銀行、I.A.,輕易地竊取人們的敏感資訊,如信用卡號碼、社會安全號碼或訪問他們的電腦。

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  • Or anyone with authority Scammers can empty victims.

    或任何有權力的人 金光黨可以清空受害者。

  • Bank accounts take out tens of thousands of dollars in bank loans and their victims names and purchase expensive furniture or electronics under no repayments for 12 months schemes.

    銀行賬戶在銀行貸款中拿出數萬美元,並以其受害者的名義,在12個月不還款計劃下購買昂貴的傢俱或電子產品。

  • A lot of people handed their information because back then, most people had no idea how the internet works.

    很多人交出了他們的資訊,因為在那時,大多數人不知道互聯網是如何運作的。

  • That was just one part of this camp.

    這只是這個營地的一個部分。

  • As the internet became more mainstream, every business slashed dot com a den of its name, making their stock price shoot through the moon.

    隨著互聯網成為主流,每家企業都將點com作為其名稱的一個巢穴,使其股票價格在月球上飛速上升。

  • Does that remind you of something?

    這是否讓你想起了什麼?

  • Even Mark Cuban sold a worthless company broadcast dot com for $5.7 billion which made him a billionaire but the company went bankrupt a few years later.

    甚至馬克-庫班也以57億美元的價格出售了一個毫無價值的公司廣播網,這使他成為億萬富翁,但幾年後該公司就破產了。

  • It kept happening until everything crushed in the two thousands and a lot of people lost faith in the internet, but people who understood the underlying technology behind it, understood how it could make the world a better place and that led to innovations such as Airbnb, Uber, google, amazon, youtube, iphone and so on.

    這種情況一直在發生,直到兩千多年來一切都崩潰了,很多人對互聯網失去了信心,但瞭解其背後的基礎技術的人,瞭解它如何使世界變得更好,這導致了Airbnb、Uber、谷歌、亞馬遜、YouTube、iphone等創新。

  • And that's the perspective you have to use to understand Bitcoin.

    而這就是你必須用來理解比特幣的角度。

  • Bitcoin could worth millions of dollars or maybe zero.

    比特幣可能價值數百萬美元,也可能是零。

  • It's a mystery that only time will tell.

    這是個謎,只有時間能說明問題。

  • But judging Blockchain based on Bitcoin is like saying that the internet is yahoo back in the 19 nineties, the company that barely anyone knows today, we can already see how Blockchain is capable of changing the financial industry or the art industry through N.

    但是根據比特幣來判斷區塊鏈,就像在19世紀90年代說互聯網是雅虎一樣,這個公司今天幾乎沒有人知道,我們已經可以看到區塊鏈如何能夠通過N個改變金融業或藝術行業。

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  • But that's just one tiny part because when you understand how this technology works you can see how you can apply to everything else.

    但這只是一個很小的部分,因為當你瞭解這項技術是如何工作的,你就可以看到如何應用於其他一切。

  • The internet made communication faster and more efficient but Blockchain makes that information more trustable and reliable.

    互聯網使通信更快、更有效,但區塊鏈使這些資訊更值得信任和可靠。

  • At first glance it doesn't seem helpful.

    乍一看,這似乎沒有什麼幫助。

  • How does making information trustable could revolutionize the world.

    讓資訊變得可信賴如何能徹底改變世界。

  • And that's the question.

    而這就是問題所在。

  • Early users of the internet asked how making communicating information faster could change the world.

    互聯網的早期用戶問道,如何使資訊交流更快能夠改變世界。

  • To answer that question, we have to understand how Blockchain works and how it could be implemented in other industries.

    要回答這個問題,我們必須瞭解區塊鏈是如何運作的,以及它如何在其他行業中實施。

  • Besides the financial industry, block chain stores information in chronological blocks.

    除了金融業,區塊鏈還以時間為組織、部門存儲資訊。

  • And when you make changes to any information in these blocks, you don't change any of these blocks.

    而當你對這些區塊中的任何資訊進行修改時,你不會改變這些區塊的任何內容。

  • They change is stored in a new block.

    它們的變化被儲存在一個新的區塊中。

  • A change to be at a specific date and specific time in a new block.

    在一個新的區塊的特定日期和特定時間的變化。

  • We have been using this technology for centuries but we've been storing that information first in books and now in computers.

    幾個世紀以來,我們一直在使用這種技術,但我們先是將這些資訊儲存在書本中,現在則是儲存在電腦中。

  • When it comes to your credit card information, it is taught in the computers of your bank that manages your transactions when it comes to drugs that are stolen pharmacies.

    當涉及到你的信用卡資訊時,它被教在管理你的交易的銀行的電腦裡,當涉及到藥物被盜的藥店時。

  • That information is only start in that pharmacy and Blockchain is that technology that provides a single version of the truth to all authorized parties.

    該資訊只在該藥店開始,而區塊鏈是該技術,為所有授權方提供單一版本的真相。

  • Blockchain builds trust in any data or information by decentralizing it and allowing everyone to interact directly with each other.

    區塊鏈通過去中心化和允許每個人直接互動來建立對任何數據或資訊的信任。

  • Without the intermediaries, it seems like the next natural step in the evolution of the internet.

    沒有中間商,這似乎是互聯網發展的下一個自然步驟。

  • Every property in the world could be stored in a Blockchain and there will not be any land disputes.

    世界上的每個財產都可以存儲在區塊鏈中,不會有任何土地糾紛。

  • Again, you no longer have to pay fortunes to lawyers and go through costly, time consuming disputes over who owns this land.

    同樣,你不必再向律師支付鉅額費用,也不必為誰擁有這塊土地而經歷昂貴的、耗時的糾紛。

  • There is literally a war going on in the courtrooms between companies for intellectual properties.

    在法庭上,各公司之間正在進行著一場關於知識產權的戰爭。

  • Every intellectual property could be recorded in Blockchain technology that can serve as an indestructible digital ledger marriages, divorces, supply chains.

    每一個知識產權都可以記錄在區塊鏈技術中,可以作為一個不可破壞的數字賬簿婚姻、離婚、供應鏈。

  • It's entirely possible that the entire world is going to be run on the Blockchain, but only time will tell how the final version of this technology is going to look and Bitcoin.

    整個世界完全有可能在區塊鏈上運行,但只有時間能告訴我們這項技術的最終版本會是什麼樣子,比特幣是什麼樣子。

  • Although it is the currency that popularized Blockchain, it might not necessarily be the future of this technology.

    雖然它是普及區塊鏈的貨幣,但它不一定是這項技術的未來。

  • That is speculation, of course it could be or it might not be.

    這只是猜測,當然可能是,也可能不是。

  • But when you look at its rivals suggest ethereum that's not just a currency but an entire platform upon which could be built a Blockchain for anything starting from smart contracts to ledgers to record intellectual property, you start to understand that Bitcoin is a tiny part of the Blockchain.

    但是,當你看到它的競爭對手建議以太坊不只是一種貨幣,而是一個完整的平臺,在這個平臺上可以建立一個區塊鏈,從智能合約到記錄知識產權的分類賬,你開始明白,比特幣是區塊鏈的一個小部分。

  • So when you think about crypto or Blockchain, think outside the scope of current popular cryptocurrencies to see the wider picture of where this technology is headed to.

    是以,當你想到加密貨幣或區塊鏈時,請跳出目前流行的加密貨幣的範圍,看看這一技術將走向何方的更廣闊的畫面。

  • If you have enjoyed this video, make sure to give it a thumbs up.

    如果你喜歡這段視頻,請務必給它一個大拇指。

  • And if you're new around here, make sure to subscribe and turn on your notifications.

    如果你是這裡的新人,請確保訂閱並打開你的通知。

  • By the way, we have a second channel which will definitely enjoy if you're enjoying this channel, I would really appreciate if you guys head to the channel and subscribe.

    順便說一下,我們有一個第二個頻道,如果你們喜歡這個頻道,我將非常感謝你們前往該頻道並訂閱。

  • I will forever be grateful.

    我將永遠心存感激。

  • Thanks for watching and I'll Ceo In the next one.

    謝謝你的觀看,我將在下一個節目中擔任首席執行官。

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哇,在所有的人中。

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