03-17-17 -- Ben Stone - Scott Horton - Paul Puey -- (VIDEO & MP3s LOADED)
Ben Stone (Bad Quaker) provides an update on his latest project Freedom Bed n Breakfast, hobosymbols.com - Scott Horton (Scott Horton Radio) provides world new update - Paul Puey (BONUS PODCAST - AirBitz.co) provides an update on Bitcoin
Friday, March 17, 2017
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This project was conceived by Ben Stone. Ben's basic idea is to have people in the freedom community be able to advertise their homes for people in the freedom community to visit on their travels. Part of his objective is to have the host be able to maintain privacy until they choose to approve of a particular traveller. That way, undesirable visitors don't get the address of the host unless the host wants it that way.
The site Air BnB acts as a middleman between the host and the traveller, charging a fee while creating a trail of records of the interactions.
Freedom BnB will not be a middleman. Every interaction between the traveller and the host will be a private conversation, as all transactions in a free market should be. Freedom Bed n Breakfast will collect no records of transactions. You and your guest are free to transact in complete privacy, as far as we are concerned.
Freedom Bed & Breakfast is a listing service. We list information about hosts and the places they offer for travellers to visit and stay. Travellers are able to review these sites and indicate ratings. Hosts are able to review travellers and indicate ratings.
We just added Bitcoin acceptance. You may use this code:
Or email jim at indomitus dot net for the text of the address.
There are two kinds of users of Freedom B 'n' B. There are travellers, and there are hosts.
A Traveller is anyone using Freedom B 'n' B to find a place to stay for one or more nights.
A Traveller is a person who needs a place to stay, and may be willing to pay for that place. Travellers may in fact be travelling to a location unfamiliar to them, or they may be relocating or local to the area. They are looking for a couch, a bed, a bedroom, room and board, a garage apartment, a shed, a barn, a haystack, or some other place to stop, camp out, or stay for any period of time from one night to as long as the host wants to let them stay. Travellers must apply to stay at a particular location, and their application is not anonymous. Once a Traveller is accepted by a particular Host, that person becomes a guest.
A host is anyone willing to have a guest use their place for one night to any number of nights.
The host has the option to evaluate a traveller who seeks a place in their area. If the host agrees that the particular traveller is an acceptable guest, they then state what exact information is needed to reach their home.
Each host has the option to remain anonymous until they have accepted a Traveller as a prospective guest.
Hosts indicate features and limitations of their guest accommodations. These include matters like whether smoking is permitted, whether the host family includes a smoker, whether pets are accepted, whether pets belonging to the host are going to be present, whether a couch, a bedroom, two bedrooms, or more are available, whether food is provided, and what fees are charged, as well as whether charity applications are accepted from Travellers without funds.
Paul is a proud Electrical Engineering and Computer Science graduate of UC Berkeley with a wide range of technical skills from low-level 3D graphics engineering to development of custom web CMS systems, even before people knew what a CMS was. He held lead engineering positions with Nvidia and Chromatic Research, but most recently owned and operated several non-technical small businesses throughout California. There he learned the importance of the intersection of people, business, and technology.
Today, Paul aims to bring Bitcoin mainstream with software and products aimed at simplifying Bitcoin and making it insanely easy to send and secure this revolutionary currency while maintaining the highest level of privacy.
When not converting people to bitcoin you'll likely find him climbing a rock in Joshua Tree or at a local climbing gym.
Paul's previous interviews on the Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock Radio Show: