Monopoly on Privacy, Passive Income and Community with FreQniK from Mathnodes

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This episode of the #citizenweb3 podcast features FreQniK from Mathnodes

FreQniK, a pseudonymous crypto advocate, promotes Monero for better privacy over Bitcoin. Active with Monero influencers, they support decentralized networks, advanced encryption, NFTs, and passive income, while warning against government surveillance.

MathNodes offers a global network of VPS and dedicated servers to ensure online privacy with Sentinel dVPN nodes. Helping users conceal their identities from corporations like Google and Facebook and surveillance states.

Timestamps

00:00 – 01:01 : Intro
01:01 -- 09:40 : Tells his story of getting to this point.
09:40 -- 12:51 : Talks about small and large validators.

12:51 -- 14:43 : Homomorphic encryption blockchain and Zephyr
14:43 -- 19:55 : Why he doesn’t care about the same things other validators do.
19:55 -- 25:39 : Corruption in governments and war mongering
25:39 -- 31:15 : The best way to select chains
31:15 -- 34:11 : How he is attracting delegations
34:11 -- 40:50 : Thoughts on rare metal and cloud
40:50 -- 46:01 : Building a community
46:01 -- 48:29 : Closing a validator
48:29 -- 54:54 : Improving knowledge and lowering toxicity
54:54 -- 1:05:43 : The Blitz


We spoke to FreQniK about Mathnodes and:
  • Kind of hacking Bitcoin
  • Pseudonymous and not fully anonymized transactions
  • Twitter influencers of Monero
  • Cypherpunk venture
  • Wake up to realize that everything they're doing is surveyed
  • Monero influencers
  • NFTs and collectibles
  • Decentralized public infrastructure
  • Anybody can host their own node
  • Make passive income
  • Pure-to-pure Digital cache
  • Homomorphic encryption blockchain
  • Monopoly on privacy
  • Cloud versus bare metal
  • Redundant architecture
  • Never trust anything the government ever tells you ever

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