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TCAST is an education, business, and technology video podcast that informs listeners and viewers on best practices, theory, technical functions of the TARTLE data marketplace system and how it is designed to serve society with the highest and best intentions.

TCAST is brought to you by TARTLE. A global personal data marketplace that allows users to sell their personal information anonymously when they want to, while allowing buyers to access clean ready to analyze data sets on digital identities from all across the globe.

The show is hosted by Co-Founder and Source Data Pioneer Alexander McCaig and Head of Conscious Marketing Jason Rigby.

What's your data worth? Find out at (https://tartle.co/)

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TCAST TARTLE

    • Technology
    • 5.0 • 8 Ratings

TCAST is an education, business, and technology video podcast that informs listeners and viewers on best practices, theory, technical functions of the TARTLE data marketplace system and how it is designed to serve society with the highest and best intentions.

TCAST is brought to you by TARTLE. A global personal data marketplace that allows users to sell their personal information anonymously when they want to, while allowing buyers to access clean ready to analyze data sets on digital identities from all across the globe.

The show is hosted by Co-Founder and Source Data Pioneer Alexander McCaig and Head of Conscious Marketing Jason Rigby.

What's your data worth? Find out at (https://tartle.co/)

Watch the podcast on YouTube (https://youtube.com/c/TARTLE)

Like our Facebook Page (https://facebook.com/TARTLEofficial/)

Follow us on Instagram (https://instagram.com/tartle_official/)

Follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/TARTLEofficial)

Spread the word!

    KNOW MORE: Interesting Talks on The Art of War, New Tech, & the Future

    KNOW MORE: Interesting Talks on The Art of War, New Tech, & the Future

    • 18 min
    UNLIMITED Benefits in the Future of Tech and the Metaverse

    UNLIMITED Benefits in the Future of Tech and the Metaverse

    Tech development is starting to take a closer look at the human aspect of the internet. Web 3.0 is all about stepping away from centralization and caring for the end user and their experience. 
    This means that in the future, power is placed back in the hands of individuals. We have to relearn how we use and interact with the internet. So, what’s your role in the evolution of technology?
    What’s a Trade-Off You Can Accept? Alexander and Jason have a deep discussion on the trade-offs people have to face in tech development, following research posted by Jamie Burke entitled “Building in the Metaverse.” Moving forward, each element within the metaverse’s system will require developers to make a decision between open/shared or closed/gated and proprietary. 
    Aspects like the user persona, in-world assets, economics, content, software backend and more can all be tweaked to either be open or closed to some degree. 
    However, there will always be imperfections, regardless of your system’s design. For example, a DAO would have to have leaders who are meant to represent everyone—but these leaders may eventually try swaying the votes to their favor.
    On a C-Suite level, these leaders could also hold private meetings with one another and try gaming the entire system. Essentially, the voting process ends up becoming centralized.
    These are issues we have to deal with while we are at the start of innovating new technologies. Giving outside forces an avenue to monopolize these developments lessens the capacity for these technologies to represent the will of the people.
    Stop Being a TARTLE NPC One aspect we are proud of telling our employees at TARTLE is that they are working, not to become the main character of the story, but to be the Sherpas of the people on the ground. 
    Everybody, regardless of socioeconomic status or location, is fighting their own battles and climbing their own mountains. Our role here isn’t to become the hero of the journey. It’s to help you realize that you are capable of empowering yourself and owning that role. 
    Some people only ever become NPCs in the game of life. They sign up for TARTLE, open up the opportunity to start their heroic journey, and then never take the next step. 
    Others choose to walk that journey, take charge of their data, own their power, and get paid for it.
    This is your sign to make that choice. What trade-off are you willing to accept?
    Sign up for TARTLE through this link here.

    • 17 min
    • video
    How to Stay Connected to TARTLE

    How to Stay Connected to TARTLE

    1. Log in to your seller account on tartle.co
    2. Go to the Discover tab
    3. Click on Community Engagaement
    4. Find DP-1084
    5. Click on Yeah, I'm going to like the Facebook page and get paid.
    6. Publish the Packet
    7. Head over to the link
    8. Like our Facebook Page!

    • 54 sec
    • video
    How to Download Google Location History

    How to Download Google Location History

    1. On Google.com, click on your account picture and select Manage Your Google Account.
    2. Click the Data & Privacy tab on the left
    3. Scroll down to the Data from apps and services you use section.
    4. Select the Download your data option. This will take you to takeout.google.com
    5. Scroll down to the Select data to include section and deselect all.
    6. Look for your Location History data and select it.
    7. Go all the way down to the next step.
    8. Select Export Once, and choose the file type and size you prefer.
    9. Click Create Export. If the results do not appear instantly, you will receive them in an email.
    10. Download your files.
    11. Head over to tartle.co and sign in.
    12. Complete the 2-factor authentication process.
    13. Go to the Discover tab and pick Direct Data Uploads
    14. Edit DP-1072 - it's the data packet for Google Location History.
    15. Fill out the Packet Configuration section.
    16. Submit your data packet and earn!

    • 2 min
    TARTLE's Secret Campaign to Stop Poverty Today is Out NOW

    TARTLE's Secret Campaign to Stop Poverty Today is Out NOW

    According to the World Bank, the global poverty line stands at $1.90. It’s the bare minimum people need to afford basic needs.
    Of course, there’s more to poverty than money. The lack of access to other non-monetary indicators like education, water, electricity, and sanitation, to name a few, all work together to create a multidimensional system that keeps people entrenched in poverty. 
    But if we can eliminate at least one facet of such a complex system, then we will already have succeeded. The elimination of one crucial aspect of poverty can give people the foundation they need to go beyond.
    This is what TARTLE wants to commit to with the Data Packets for Good campaign. We want to help individuals living in a constant state of fear, who need the opportunity to empower themselves.
    Through intensive research and survey of our own users, we’ve discovered that we have the ability to move people above the global poverty line. 
    In this campaign, you do not need to be a TARTLE user. For only $2.78, you have the power to move a family out of the poverty line for a day. Your entire contribution goes directly to these people who are in deep need of economic opportunity. 
    You have the power to help someone secure their next meal and focus on improving other aspects of their life: education, livelihood, and moving out of poverty as a whole.
    Sign up for the Data Packets for Good campaign here.

    • 6 min
    • video
    How to Purchase Data Packets for Good

    How to Purchase Data Packets for Good

    1. Go to tartle.co/buyers
    2. Scroll down until you find the Data Packets for Good section
    3. Subscribe to the plan you are comfortable with
    4. Fill out your payment details and contact information on our Stripe payment form
    5. Click Submit!

    • 1 min

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