**New Podcast Incoming** Ep 1

In Episode 1 of The Bull Pen Podcast, The Crypto Bully steps into the Bull Pen with Marco Robinson as he reflects on his humble beginnings and shares his inspiring story on how he has made it to where he is today. Marco also speaks on his successes within creating a hit television show “Get A House For Free,” being the author of the #1 bestselling book “Close the Deal and Suddenly Grow Rich” and shares his opinions on how he believes the blockchain and crypto could impact the entertainment industry – including the strip clubs.
Thanks to Marco’s prior skills and knowledge combined with his passion for blockchain and cryptocurrency, he has successfully created Naked Technology the world’s 1st asset-backed cryptocurrency as well as BigLuv the world’s first homeless charity that utilizes blockchain technology.


If you like what you hear then jump into the Podcasts Discord and say hey, DM me for a link

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Questions about Constellation (DAG)

I’ve been seeing posts about Constellation (DAG) around here recently and had a couple questions for Constellation backers around here:


1. The consensus architecture is called “HyloChain” because it’s hylomorphic. Hylomorphism means composed of matter and form. As far as I’m aware, software is shapeless. Can someone explain hylomorphism to me?
2. Proof of Meme is another thing I’ve seen mentioned here recently. It’s something only being done by Constellation (DAG). They have a (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABRX43HZVmI) that explains it: The CTO, [Wyatt Meldman-Floch](https://github.com/buckysballs) (github profile linked) explains it in the video as “All you need is this idea of how should an individual actor in a larger group act, and then the idea of action, and that thing itself will converge to some value.” This doesn’t make sense to me either. The idea of how someone should act and the idea of action converge to a value?

The idea of infinitely horizontally scaling lightweight nodes on cellphones using a DAG makes sense to me, but a lot of the internal technicals sound like gibberish. Can someone help clear up these issues for me?

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