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Erik Voorhees
@ErikVoorhees

Much of the hatred toward other blockchains and crypto projects just comes across as fundamental insecurity about Bitcoin itself. I don't need to shit on other projects in order to feel secure about Bitcoin's power, potency, and future.

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Erik Voorhees
@ErikVoorhees

Forbes: Could Amazon Rival Rakuten Trigger The Next Bitcoin Bull Run? forbes.com/sites/billybam…

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Misir Mahmudov
@misir_mahmudov

Time is the currency of life.

Your time is absolutely scarce.

Exchange your scarce time for something similarly scarce.

The only 2 absolutely scarce things are time and bitcoin.

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Joseph Young
@iamjosephyoung

Japan's biggest e-commerce company Rakuten is entering the crypto exchange market.

More competitors = better market

corp.rakuten.co.jp/news/update/20…

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Andrew Kang
@Rewkang

The President of Belarus wants to build a Data Centre for Bitcoin Mining powered by a nuclear powerplant.

First of many dominos to fall in government promotion of crypto.

minerupdate.com/2019/04/17/bel…

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H/T @minerupdate

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Dan Hedl
@danheld

You think the altcoin you’re holding will beat Bitcoin’s return?

Good luck.

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Adam Back
@adam3us

@officialmcafee Satoshi staying anonymous is a #Bitcoin feature. If I had logs which narrowed the anonymity set towards Satoshi's identity, I would delete/shred them.

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Nikita Zhavoronkov
@nikzh

Whoops! $BSV has experienced yet another reorg, this time 6 (six!) consecutive blocks were orphaned (#578640–578645), this chain included a 128 MB block #578644 🤦‍♂️ The network was basically stuck for 1.5 hours, and this shows that even 6 confirmations are not enough 🤷‍♂️

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Kevin Kwok
@kevinakwok

Zoom founder, Eric Yuan, applied for visa 9 times before getting it

That might make one suspect our Visa system could be better...

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Travis Kling
@Travis_Kling

The last bull market was crypto’s first time on the global stage.

In late 16 the vast majority of the world had no idea what any of this was or what its potential is.

This time is different. Awareness is massively higher. That’s going to make reflexivity act that much crazier

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Tuur Demeester
@TuurDemeester

Our new report "Bitcoin in Heavy Accumulation" is out. Read here: docsend.com/view/jwr8qwx

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Alena Vranova
@AlenaSatoshi

I found 1 original First Edition Trezor wallet from 2014. Collector item.
I'll give it to the best tweet about

1/ WHY DATA AND PRIVACY PROTECTION MATTERS

2/ include #MyDataMyLife

3/ tag at least one other friend to carry on the message (like a torch, no sats, just ideas :)

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@BitcoinErrorLog @pierre_rochard @giacomozucco @francispouliot_ @brucefenton @nic__carter @danheld @nopara73 @renepickhardt @Xentagz @PrivacyProject

Privacy by default? Or full KYC and face recognition?

Help spread #MyDataMyLife and fight unnecessary privacy intrusion.

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Soona
@soonaorlater

intermittent fasting is great it's like we're all doing Ramadan together, year round in SF

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Fidelity Digital Assets
@DigitalAssets

Reading @nic__carter on Bitcoin, “…its very structure facilitates the creation of an alternative financial system which is far more transparent and open about risk than the present one.”

-How to scale Bitcoin (without changing a thing) medium.com/@nic__carter/h…

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Ryan Sean Adams
@RyanSAdams

Remember these?

"TCP/IP & Netscape announce partnership to make internet accessible"

"SMTP & Gmail team up on web-based email client"

"POP3 partners with Microsoft Outlook"

Me neither

If your crypto protocol can announce a partnership, it's probably a company

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Larry Cermak
@lawmaster

Subtle change but Binance quietly changed their whitepaper to remove the clause about the firm using 20% of its profits to buy back BNB.

theblockcrypto.com/2019/04/18/bin…

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CZ says it's because Binance actually doesn't repurchase BNB and simply reduces the supply by burning BNB. And the profit language was removed because some regions tend to associate profits with securities.

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But Binance spokesperson confirmed to The Block that the amount of BNB burned is still 20% of profits.

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Spencer Noon
@spencernoon

Every team in crypto should be studying the Tezos go-to-market strategy.

—Launch early
—Prioritize baking & tooling
—Patient & methodical start to governance
—Anti-hype

Being thoughtful instead of loud produced a top performing asset & the 1st staking asset on Coinbase Custody.

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Bloomberg Crypto
@crypto

The owner of the New York Stock Exchange has an ambitious plan to bring Bitcoin to the masses bloom.bg/2ZjQE69

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Viktor Radchenko
@vikmeup

BEP2 is the new standard for you token.

Learn more: github.com/binance-chain/…

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Jameson Lopp
@lopp

Follow-up: LOL. scribd.com/document/40675…

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Xinxi Wang
@TheRealXinxi

I am going to talk about Confidential Transactions on Litecoin and some brief updates on Litecoin's Lightning Network at @BlLife_Forum on 23 in Singapore. #LTC #Litecoin

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Larry Cermak
@lawmaster

JUST IN: Coinbase brought in revenue of around $520 million in 2018, which is down nearly 44% year-over-year.

theblockcrypto.com/tiny/coinbase-…

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2018 has been an absolutely brutal year for Coinbase. In mid-2018, they had projected $1.3 billion of revenue for 2018, which means they generated 60% less than they originally projected. Yikes. IPO prospects looking really bleak now

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We can actually compare this to Binance quite nicely. In 2018, Binance generated $446 million in profits. Coinbase generated approximately $220 million in 2018, which almost exactly twice less than Binance

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WhalePanda
@WhalePanda

@AndrewYang Hi, want to talk about this at our big upcoming Bitcoin conference in May in New York?

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Jimmy Nguyen
@JimmyWinMedia

49MB block with 201,281 transactions.
Scaling for big usage - on #BitcoinSV #BSV twitter.com/blocknotificat…

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Brian Armstrong
@brian_armstrong

And the asset train continues....the teams worked incredibly hard to keep these new asset launches coming. twitter.com/coinbase/statu…

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Daniel Larimer
@bytemaster7

It looks like #eth community is learning what #bitshares learned in 2014. When you waste billions on mining there is not much left to fund decentralized development. mobile.twitter.com/owocki/status/…

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Dan Hedl
@danheld

Roger is no longer part of Bitcoin. Nor is he here to impart wisdom. New entrants beware. twitter.com/rogerkver/stat…

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Hasu
@hasufl

In the last 12 months, the MKR token has earned $100k in interest. But investors paid $676m for the right to that cash flow - a yield of only 0.015%,

I believe Maker can stabilize and establish itself as a decentralized credit facility, but right now it is incredibly overvalued. twitter.com/TheBlock__/sta…

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This also speaks volumes about the state of our industry. There's more capital gushing around than there are investable products (and there probably will be for many more years) - so the few products with any fundamental value are incredibly crowded and hence also uninvestable.

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Emin Gün Sirer
@el33th4xor

Indeed, Bitcoin maximalism stems from deep-seated insecurities about the underlying, unscalable tech.

Adults can calmly respond to criticisms. Maximalists' signature move is to freak out, brigade, and try to shout down all perceived naysayers, which betrays their insecurity. twitter.com/ErikVoorhees/s…

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Jerry Brito
@jerrybrito

So, page 36 is the first mention of Bitcoin in the Mueller report it seems.

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Daniel Larimer
@bytemaster7

Ricardian contracts are about communicating to the user what the code will do in plain English. In most cases they should not be about adding extra unenforceable legal terms. Secure wallets should display this description before you sign or else apps can scam you. #eosio

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Brian Armstrong
@brian_armstrong

Excited to continue expanding crypto-to-crypto trading around the globe 🌏 twitter.com/coinbase/statu…

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Muneeb Ali
@muneeb

We believe token offerings can be done in a regulated way with proper disclosures.

A Wired article on our approach.

And, yes, I hate the term “ICO”. wired.com/story/startup-…

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Peter Pham
@peterpham

There are very few Asian American CEO's in tech going this big to IPO. Congratulations @ericsyuan! You and @kmlake of @stitchfix are breaking the proverbial bamboo ceiling. I'm rooting for @t_xu of @DoorDash to be next! twitter.com/alexrkonrad/st…

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Ξwoki, Webmaster of the Web
@owocki

Today I gave a presentation at the @ethereum core devs meeting in Berlin about Sustainably Funding ETH 1.x/2.0 & why it’s a pandoras box. 🎁

Thread Below 👇 Take cover, because its Knowledge Bombs all the way down!💣🐢💣🐢💣🐢 /1

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I peeked inside Pandoras Box 🎁 when I submitted ERC 1789 ( github.com/ethereum/EIPs/… ). In this ERC, i made 3 arguments

1. Why ecosystem stewardship is important
2. Why ecosystem stewardship inflation funding is the right approach
3. How to design it.

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Why is it a pandoras box? 🎁

In a system without sybil-resistant identity, there is a “tradeoff between either failing to incentivize legitimate public goods or over-subsidizing plutocracy” @VitalikButerin
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Let me tell you why I opened up ERC 1789, and the road that led me there. 🛣

The goal of this preso is to give you an overview of the funding landscape for crypto dev. 💸

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The preso has 3 parts: 👇

1. Funding Private Goods
2. Funding Public Goods
3. Funding Public Goods w. blockchain

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I’m a member of the @ETHMagicians Business Models ring. 🎩 There is 15 page report on how to fund private goods on blockchain at bit.ly/web3businessmo… . Use it, embrace it, extend it!

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On to funding public goods. /8

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One way to frame the problem here is as an extension of the categorical imperative. Everyone is rationally incented to fund their own private gain. But no one wants to be the sucker funding the commons; unless (nearly) everyone else is. 🖖

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One example, from a statist perspective, is roads & bridges. 🛣 Which are funded by taxes. /10

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A lot of things are funded by taxes. But we don’t have a choice to fund them. 🌇 [Insert hot take about governance here]

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@nayafia is an author of the seminal work in this space; entiteld “Roads & Bridges; The unseen labour behind our digital infrastructure”. 🛣

RESPECT ✌️ Nadia

Read “Roads and Bridges” here => fordfoundation.org/about/library/…

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Nadia is also the author of “Lemonade Stand”, a practical guide to financial support for Open Source. 🍋

Check it out here => github.com/nayafia/lemona…

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Unfortunately, OSS is not funded very well today. The top categories of funding for OSS are “No Funding” and “Employer”.

:sad_trombone_sound: 🎷🎻

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I think that we can do better. I think we can/should shoot for funding for projects that

1. have an impact
2. compensate well
3. align with our values

and that the internet of money (blockchain) is a punctuated equillibrium that offers us *hope*. 🙌

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which brings me to… an exploration of the design space of “funding public goods with blockchain”. specifically ETH 1.x/2.0 🌅

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A famous example of this problem is when @preston_vanloon tweeted that Prysmatic Labs (an ETH 2.0 team) was working full time for other jobs, and it was hard to focus on ETH 2.0 because of funding. 📉

Then he received a YOLO grant from @vitalikbuterin 📈

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Why does this matter? 🤔

Well, if we could fund public goods in Ethereum, we could

1. Accelerate ETH 1.x/2.0
2. Reduce that chances of black swan event (cough, DAOHack, cough)
3. Create an incentive for great developers (cough, @austingriffith, cough) to join the space.

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Don’t care about any of the above. Care because if we do this it could increase the price of ETH; and therefore the security of the network. #pumpit 🤑

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Here’s the state of ETH 1.x funding. 👇

TLDR — It’s mostly geth, parity, and Panetheon; They are funded by the EF ICO, parity ICO, and Consensys. Respectively

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Here’s the state of ETH 2.0 funding (thanks @ethhub_io ). 👇

There are lots of teams building ETH 2.0; Most are funded to the tune of $10k-$500k by EF Grants, Gitcoin Grants, Consensys, a @VitalikButerin YOLO Grant, or the Parity ICO

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Here’s a smathering of the options available to these teams. 👇

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Many of these teams are funded by billionaires & corporations; the only actors who have the massive capital needed (sometimes massive upside too) to fund. 🙈🙉🙊

RESPECT to @ethereumJoseph ; who funds my paycheck and the paycheck for the whole team at @gitcoin rn. 🙌

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The problem is that sometimes these actors are not so benevolent. 👿

If you see any of these billionaires walking down the street, ask them to pls fund ETH 2.0! 🤑

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One project to watch is @molochDAO, a minimum-viable DAO that’s raised $300k+ for Open Source. Kudos to @ameensol for his work here. 👹

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A month ago, @vitalikbuterin proposed a norm that we build donations into wallets. ✌️

This is an exciting idea; but it’s unknown how many would keep this fee on if it’s optional. This is also somewhat limited to wallets only, and there’s a time preference issue at play.

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It’s worth checking out @CodeFundio ; an ethical advertising platform that places ads on your repo documentation. It sure is nice to have a way to monetize your audience without selling them out! 💰

(Disclosure: Codefund is a @gitcoin project)

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Also worth checking out is @oscoin; they just released their whitepaper. They have an algorithmic way to deploy capital to Open Source. Checkout their whitepaper at oscoin.io/oscoin.pdf ✌️

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Lastly, please allow me to shill @gitcoin grants; a crypto crowdfunding platfrom that’s raise $150k so far for ETH 1.x/ETH2.0. 😎

<shill>Round 2 CLR Matching is live until 4/19. Contrib @ gitcoin.co/grants </shill>

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And finally, here we are at Block Rewards Funding. Think this thread is long? I’ve spent 2 years thinking about this hard problem, and the reason why I keep coming back to BR funding is that none of the above have reached a scale that they’re accomplishing our goals. ☹️

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Again, the design constraints are:

- Funding public goods without subsidizing plutocracy. 🎩
- Valuable Developer Work is hard to define & measure (as opposed to Miner Work) ⛏

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Our vision is to enable a transparent, informed decision-making process about funding priorities. 🌅

Our mission is to
- educate
- understand
- prototype
- advocate

To build a predictable, sustainable, and impactful funding system for the community.

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- We do not intend to replace the EF.
- We do not intend to alter the way core devs operate.
- We do not intend to address deeper issues of governance.

Sorry, conspiracy-theory twitter! Go find your red meat 🍖 here => @proffaustus

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Our stated operating principles 👇
- Responsibility
- Openness
- Transparency
- Teamwork
- Respectfulness

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Timeline ⌚️
- ERC 1789 (my original proposal) is now closed.
- In May Istanbul EIPS are due.
- In the Fall, the Istanbul HF will happen.
- In the meantime, we’ll be doing research on DAOs/Legal Entities/Signalling Mechanisms

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We have submitted EIP 1890 ( github.com/ethereum/EIPs/… ), which ads code to distribute block rewards funding, but sets the inflation rate at 0%.

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The next EIP submitted will likely set the inflation rate to non-zero. 🎁

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1 way to contain the risk here is to add a decay to the BR funding, such that only $100k will be minted and distributed to devs. ✳️

Require another hard fork to renew the funding. This will force accountability on the DAO that distributes the funds (avoiding plutocracy)

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Before I wrap I want to zoom out and remind everyone how high the stakes are. We are in the middle of a historic battle for the right for an open internet. From the FSF, to Linux vs MSFT, to Bitcoin + Ethereum vs the legacy financial system, we are seeing history here. 👇

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My goals are to steward this conversation towards (1) funding public goods AND (2) avoiding a plutocracy. This is a solve-able design problem. 🥅

We MUST solve it. Because if Ethereum doesn’t win; then we’ll all be tipping our devs in #XRPtheStandard

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I invite you to join the converstation at t.me/joinchat/DwEd_…

slides @ docs.google.com/presentation/d…

🙊🙉🙈📈📉🐢👹🎩💰🥅

/fin

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Finally, my parting thought: remember to breathe twitter.com/mptherealmvp/s…

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Matt Odell
@matt_odell

3 billion reasons to use bitcoin. twitter.com/ajplus/status/…

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Eric Conner
@econoar

The world's largest companies are choosing Ethereum.

media.consensys.net/forbes-release…

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Erik Torenberg
@eriktorenberg

“Great minds discuss ideas...small minds discuss people.”

In some sense this resonates (gossip is shallow), however this may be overstated:

Talking about people—how they see the world, what motivates them, etc— helps us better understand *ideas* & their real world applications.

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Alex Skidanov
@AlexSkidanov

A new blogpost after quite a bit of silence: an overview of problems with Blockchain usability, and how those problems can be solved:

medium.com/nearprotocol/o…

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Augur
@AugurProject

Augur Weekly Report - April 17th

📈 Augur Metrics
📘 The Ultimate Guide to Decentralized Prediction Markets
🙌 Augur App Release v1.12.0
🇺🇸 AndrewYang.io
& More!

medium.com/@AugurProject/…

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stickonaut⚡
@pavolrusnak

@ErikVoorhees @CryptoBacon @kyletorpey @Karalhoin @Dieter75 @QAcrypto @mj4m1n @rogerkver @binance @ShapeShift_io @cz_binance This is utter bullshit. Open source licenses and trademarks are orthogonal. Try forking Linux and naming it Linux Extra. Or Android and naming it Android Max.

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Daniel Krawisz
@DanielKrawisz

Remember, if the price goes up 10X that DOESN'T mean that whatever you believe while this is happening is true. Do not allow your brain to become a puppet of the price!

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Believing whatever stupid nonsense you were thinking while the price went up 10X is what led to Core ideas!

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Arthur B. 🚀
@ArthurB

"PoW is also a form of staking, but it's a terrible form of stake because the capital is repurposable to other coins. You can't do that with PoS." -- @el33th4xor on staking.

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Loi Luu
@loi_luu

1M KNC collected in fees, more than 70% of them are burned forever. Huge milestone for @KyberNetwork !

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Tony Arcieri
@bascule

AES-GCM-SIV, a new-ish misuse resistant encryption cipher, is now described in RFC 8452.

Should you care? Quite possibly! For the reasons why, I recommend checking out @coda's 2017 blog post "Towards A Safer Footgun" codahale.com/towards-a-safe…

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Jan Nieuwenhuijs
@JanGold_

A rare look inside the West Point Mint's massive gold vaults and coin operations fox5ny.com/news/west-poin…

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Thread:

The reporter says, 'in this room there are 2,600 gold bars'. But West-Point doesn't have a Deep Storage vault-room carrying roughly 2,600 gold bars.

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The bar numbers of the bars in the vault room displayed are not on the Deep Storage bar list.

So, the room he's in must be the West-Point's Working Stock vault.

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Although, 2,600 in bullion bars (32t) is quite large. Last time the Mint gave detailed info on its Working Stock, bullion bars only accounted for 19t.

3/x

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CNBC was in that Working Stock vault-room in 2013 as well. See pictures...

coinnews.net/2013/06/10/wes…

4/x

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Nadav Hollander
@NadavAHollander

Trying my hand at technical analysis. I think this pattern's called the "hockey stick"🏒

@joemccann can you give me a second opinion?

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Preethi Kasireddy
@iam_preethi

Sacrificing sleep so you can work more is equivalent to smoking cigarettes so you can live longer.

It does the exact opposite.

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Christine Duhaime
@cduhaime

This is HUGE for AML law --> US considering classifying #fentanyl as #WMD, like #carfentanil is considered to be in some cases. Would really change AML law in a positive way. cnb.cx/2V33sOT

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Michael Arrington
@arrington

It’s not like we haven’t been telling them over and over and over again. twitter.com/apompliano/sta…

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