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Christian Königsberger

Jahrgang MCMLXXV (oder auch 11110110111)

Der erste Kontakt mit Computern fand 1986 statt. International Business Machines mit dem monströsen Koloss 5150 und beeindruckenden 4,77MHz Takt.
Der Grundstein war gelegt.

Der erste Kontakt zum Internet kam erstmals Jahre später über Akustikkoppler zu Stande, später dann über rasend schnelle 14,4 baud Modems. Wobei zum einen ob des Mangels an Verfügbarkeit deutscher Webseiten, zum anderen wegen der Ungeübtheit im Umgang mit dem neuen Medium, die Sinnhaftigkeit hinter dem Thema nicht sofort fassbar war.
Der Kontakt riss jedoch nie mehr ab…

Nach Abbruch des BWL Studiums an der LMU München ging es direkt ins Berufsleben, wo der ersten Online-Discount Broker (Direktanlagebank – später DAB bank AG) in die Internet-Welt begleitet wurde. So kam die nächste große Faszination – Brokerage und Finanzen.

Seit 2002 liegen meine Schwerpunkte nun auf Testing, CORE-Banking, IT Enterprise-Architektur, FinTec und seit 2013 Ethereum, Blockchain und damit einhergehenden DAO’s.

Sie haben ein spannendes Projekt und brauchen Unterstützung. Fragen Sie einfach an!

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Sell Your Data. Earn Passive Income. What Could Go Wrong?

The Facebooks and Googles of the world are getting rich off your data. Market researchers at PwC estimate that in 2018, companies that collect personal data to use for targeted advertising brought in $178 billion in revenue. Data brokers last year earned a further $21 billion. And these numbers are only trending up. By 2025, PwC expects the global data economy to be worth more than $400 billion. So it’s about time we get in on the action, right?
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Simple MultiSig Wallet — Step by Step

hand-holding guide to the Simple MultiSig Wallet, with plenty of screenshots A multi-party transaction is a classic example of something you can do more easily with Ethereum than with fiat currencies. Yet many people don’t realize how easy it is to use MultiSig Wallets for multi-party transactions. In this article I’m going to introduce a typical use-case for a MultiSig wallet, and then walk you through how to execute multisig transactions using Christian Lundkvist’s Simple MultiSig Wallet. I’ll be using the user interface for the Simple MultiSig Wallet that I wrote — it’s completely free to use and available on IPFS:

Does game theory apply to real life?

Does game theory apply to real life? It’s easy to fall into one of two errors: Thinking that human interactions can be precisely modeled by a 2×2 payout matrix, and being shocked by the vagaries of human psychology. Thinking that since humans aren’t rational game theory doesn’t apply to them, and being shocked when they follow incentives in predictable patterns after all.