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Dovey Wan 🦖
@DoveyWan

Perspective matters ...

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I’m not in Paris and it might be really bad there (as can see from some comments below), better ask friends in Paris about the actual situation.

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Joseph Young
@iamjosephyoung

It's almost impossible to buy or sell crypto in India and it's a shame. India is the world's biggest remittance market and cross-border transactions can be very difficult for expats w/out banking accounts in some regions.

Overregulation is killing a high potent market for crypto

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Trace Mayer
@TraceMayer

Let's start a new #Bitcoin cultural tradition.

An annual Proof of Keys Celebration on Jan 3rd to declare monetary sovereignty by withdrawing all $BTC held w/ trusted 3rd parties to software we control private keys & do network consensus.

Who is w/ me? 💪 proofofkeys.com

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Hugo Nguyen
@hugohanoi

The most misunderstood thing about Bitcoin is that people think it’s just another tech innovation, like the iPhone. But Bitcoin is at heart a social revolution, masked in a tech innovation. twitter.com/muststopmurad/…

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Bitcoin reimagines money & private property which is the biggest building block society is built on, and therefore has massive financial & political implications.

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If you approach Bitcoin like you would a technology startup, you are bound to misunderstand it. Money has no equivalence. You can’t substitute thinking about money by thinking about something else.

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Tom Morris 🏳️‍🌈
@tommorris

“We must fight the far right by implementing their agenda” is what currently passes for British political courage and wisdom.

twitter.com/georgeeaton/st…

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Preethi Kasireddy
@iam_preethi

The "secret" to "luck" is sheer persistence.

Don't make it harder than that.

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Matt Odell
@matt_odell

During the next bull cycle, millions of @CashApp users will discover they can buy bitcoin in just two clicks from an app they already have installed on their phone and trust.

When it comes to the average American, Cashapp is more important than an ETF.
twitter.com/WahWhoWah/stat…

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Murad Mahmudov 🚀
@MustStopMurad

If this breaks out of this wedge / diagonal with strong volume, I expect an ultra pump medium-term to $4200-$4450 area.

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Chris Burniske
@cburniske

Just published: "Bitcoin & Ethereum: Prices are Down More than the Fundamentals" medium.com/@cburniske/bit…

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Dan Hedl
@danheld

“Half of student loan borrowers haven't paid even $1 toward their debt's principal five years into repayment...Forty percent of student loan borrowers are expected to default by 2023.” cnbc.com/2018/10/26/he-…

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Erik Voorhees
@ErikVoorhees

Looks like some people are misunderstanding my point with the post. It is simply that until one sees and lives through these cycles on a psychological and economic level, it can be hard to maintain perspective.

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Chris Dixon
@cdixon

Highly recommend this history of the modern internet - How the Internet Happened: From Netscape to the iPhone amazon.com/gp/product/B07…

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Larry Cermak
@lawmaster

For the few responses that I get that I'm building attention by attacking people, I view it differently. I really hate scams/hypocrisy with passion and I do everything I can to try to voice my issues so they can disappear from this space. If you don’t like it, mute me or unfollow

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Linda Xie
@ljxie

Important life pro tip: "If someone doesn't understand something you're explaining to them, treat it as your fault for failing to explain effectively, not their fault for not understanding."

reddit.com/r/LifeProTips/…

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Emin Gün Sirer
@el33th4xor

NuBits, an algorithmic stablecoin designed to be pegged at $1, is currently trading at $0.04.

Here's their whitepaper, with some really strong claims and absolutely zero proofs. Turns out that the system design was entirely aspirational.
nubits.com/assets/nu-whit…

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Whitepaper: X will happen. Because no reason.
Market: Opposite of X happens.

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How does one even write this without stopping for a second and saying, "what if not?"

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Marty Bent
@MartyBent

Got Bitcoin? twitter.com/olganyc1211/st…

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ConsenSys
@ConsenSys

Developers have already started integrating zk-SNARKs into #Ethereum. The building blocks of the verification algorithm is added to Ethereum in the form of precompiled contracts. loom.ly/2iKystA

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Jameson Lopp
@lopp

87 people currently have open pull requests to @bitcoincoreorg
The median open PR adds 39 lines, removes 13 lines, and touches 3 files.
The total set of open PRs adds 42085 lines, removes 13358 lines, and touches 1443 distinct files.
github.com/bitcoin/bitcoi… H/T @practicalswift

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Nathaniel Whittemore
@nlw

Long Reads Sunday #24. Crypto winter feels ominous this week. Maybe it’s sinking prices, or competitive pessimism to predict how low they’ll go. Maybe it's the specter of global discontent spilling out on the Champs-Elysees. Let's dig a little deeper. 👇 twitter.com/twobitidiot/st…

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2/ Let’s start with the undeniable harbinger of gloom that is recent price action. Buzz, your BTC prices..Woof! Vindicated bear @MustStopMurad interprets: twitter.com/muststopmurad/… while @kenoshaking suggests that the bottom isn’t in, but we’re close: twitter.com/kenoshaking/st…

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3/ Then again, increasingly we’re not talking about crypto prices in a vacuum, but wondering what, if anything, they’re telling us about a macro market shift away from risk, as @_jillruth explores twitter.com/_jillruth/stat…

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4/ @Zooko takes a look at 3 different narratives surrounding the down market, including the "next bull run,” “tulip/bubble”, “Dotcom winter,” and adds a new about un-captured potential and the possibility that crypto gets relegated to enthusiasts/tinkerers twitter.com/zooko/status/1…

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5/ For those who want to add a little data to their analysis, @coindesk published the most recent in their quarterly report series, including a big section of participant surveys and opinions at the end twitter.com/_PeterRyan/sta…

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6/ Of course, the crypto winter narrative isn’t just being driven by feels. ConsenSys announced that it would be laying off 13% of its staff. This may be one of the first but will not be the last major crypto downsizing. breakermag.com/exclusive-cons…

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7/ Questions around ConsenSys have bolstered the Ethereum skepticism narrative. Whether one agrees with its tone or conclusions, this piece from Forbes is an interesting look into an attempt to reimagine how organizations work. forbes.com/sites/jeffkauf…

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8/ Ethereum isn’t the only project with questions. When @coinbase announced a slate of new tokens it was considering for listing (and then 4 that would be coming online immediately), the reaction was much more skeptical than in the past. twitter.com/delitzer/statu…

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9/ Yet if the overall vibe has been a little bit like when people try to call a funeral a celebration of life, peeling back the ennui reveals some interesting developments. @zhusu has been tracking @AmunAG’s Swiss etp as an indicator of new money, f.e. twitter.com/zhusu/status/1…

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10/ Speaking of new investor interest, @bitwiseinvest announced two new beta funds for BTC and ETH this week, driven reportedly by demand spurred by anticipated 2019 developments like the upcoming launch of Bakkt twitter.com/HHorsley/statu…

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11/ And in the realm of positive developments, the CFTC actually *lost* a big case in which it had accused crypto trading firm of market manipulation. As @katherinykwu points out, it’s a reminder that reg bodies don’t make the law and can be beat in court. twitter.com/katherineykwu/…

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12/ Many projects as well have been doing their part to keep the whole train moving. 0x launched 0x Instant, promoting @AntonioMJuliano to do a deep dive on the actual state of open DEXs today. twitter.com/AntonioMJulian…

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13/ On the topic of alternative exchange models, one project generating serious buzz is @uniswap, that provides a sort of set-it-and-forget-it liquidity with no listing fee and no native token. @scalarcapital’s @cyounessi1 provides a great writeup: medium.com/@cyrus.youness…

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14/ The Ethereum scaling conversation got some interesting new inputs. @Muneeb published a peer review of Ethereum's recent CBC Casper paper and @VitalikButerin released his own explainer as well. medium.com/@muneeb/peer-r…

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15/ If these conversations feel prohibitively complex you’re not alone. @glenweyl flagged his concern about the complexity, generating a conversation with folks like @Steven_McKie and Vitalik trying to simplify and provide some clarity twitter.com/glenweyl/statu…

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16/ One interesting subplot in today’s market Ethereum story has to do with the amount of ETH bottled in Maker CDPs, and the potential impact on price they create. @hasufl has been chronicling this twitter.com/hasufl/status/…

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17/ Speaking of @hasufl, he just released the second part of his “Skeptic’s Guide To Bitcoin,” this time focusing on the social contract - the layer of rules that define the expectations for participants in the Bitcoin ecosystem. Really great stuff. medium.com/@hasufly/bitco…

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18/ One inevitable part of any bear market is a reconsideration of what got us here. In that light, @PeterMcCormack provides this full throated argument for why Bitcoin should and will remain the epicenter of the space. twitter.com/PeterMcCormack…

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19/ @gaborgurbacs also took a step away from the doom and gloom to kick off this thread about the market developments that have helped Bitcoin mature over the last several years. twitter.com/gaborgurbacs/s…

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20/ @CoinSharesCo followed up their recent report on Bitcoin mining (that, among other things, rejected the ‘mining death spiral’ idea) with this follow up that articulates their refutation of the environmentalist critique of PoW mining twitter.com/C_Bendiksen/st…

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21/ @Arjunblj also put his own kibosh on the death spiral narrative with his first new op-ed for @TheBlock__ - then followed that up with this extremely skeptical take on EOS. Excited for more of these op-eds from Arjun. theblockcrypto.com/2018/12/04/the…
theblockcrypto.com/2018/12/07/why…

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22/ @BitcoinMagazine announced that it would be returning to its roots to focus primarily on the Bitcoin ecosystem rather than the broader world of blockchain, and @AaronvanW wrote this great piece on the major technology developments of the past year bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/bitco…

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23/ One of the most exciting tech developments in all of crypto from the past year is the development of the Lightning network. @LucasNuzzi recapped that excitement and argues how well positioning (lightning) is to capture real economic value in 2019 twitter.com/LucasNuzzi/sta…

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24/ Speaking of economic value, in response to the reduction of “generalized mining” to simply a way to make more money in a bad market, @lwsnbaker goes *off* and argues that the real point is the new economics of participation and the end of extraction twitter.com/lwsnbaker/stat…

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25/ To dive even deeper into a specific example in the emergent generalized mining space, check out @visionhill_ case study of fund mining in @LivepeerOrg twitter.com/visionhill_/st…

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26/ Another theme that has been capturing a growing share of market attention is governance. In this post on @TokenDaily, @chrisamccoy argues 1) why governance is surging as a topic; and 2) what challenges different current governance models face twitter.com/soonaorlater/s…

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27/ @Obstropolos brought his skeptical eye to this massive look at governance, exploring the specific emergent models of networks and highlighting key challenges of token or stake-based voting systems medium.com/alpineintel/on…

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28/ One of the issues with token-based blockchain governance structures that reward plutocracy is they create momentum for inevitable recentralization of power. @ali01 wrote an interesting piece on “the Four Horsemen of Centralization” twitter.com/ali01/status/1…

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29/ The governance convo matters in part b/c it is at the heart of the possibility of re-designing our social coordinating structures. It’s hard to watch global protests like those in France and not feel like something in those structures today is broken twitter.com/Jake_Hanrahan/…

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30/ So with that, let’s wrap with this phenomenal interview with @gladstein for @EpsilonTheory about crypto, bitcoin, and anti-authoritarian technology. epsilontheory.com/the-et-intervi…

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31/ So, in summary…yeah, it’s a bit dreary out there. But get passed the price action - and past the to-be-expected-but-still-kinda-annoying attempts to look smart by predicting the most doom, and there are some pretty amazing things happening.

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32/ Happy Long Reads #23! Get LRS wherever you are:

+email: getrevue.co/profile/nlw
+Long Reads Live - 7pm EST Mondays: youtube.com/c/nathanielwhi… … … …
+LRL on iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/lon… … … …
+LRL Podcast home: nlwcrypto.libsyn.com

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Jameson Lopp
@lopp

Geth fixed the consensus bug I hit during earlier testing and drastically reduced disk I/O usage for their 1.8.19 release. Full validation chain sync takes my machine 4 days, 6 hours, 21 min - now bottlenecked on CPU instead of disk. About 12 hours slower than Parity 2.1.3.

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Trace Mayer
@TraceMayer

Another incompetent lost $170k of $BTC. HODLers of Last Resort are grateful for the gift. #battlescar 👍 🤡reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comm…

#Bitcoin security is not difficult: 1. @bitcoincoreorg 2. @armory 3. @GlacierProtocol & 4. @Puri_sm

@pierre_rochard @bitstein @lopp @maxkeiser

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Preston Byrne
@prestonjbyrne

Waiting for the "everyone is losing a horrendous amount of money and you're not" headline

nytimes.com/2018/01/13/sty…

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2/2... Update: it happened! Thanks @PeterMcCormack

twitter.com/PeterMcCormack…

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Murad Mahmudov 🚀
@MustStopMurad

@MartyBent The future is closer than you think.

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Georgios Konstantopoulos
@gakonst

My talk from #Devcon4 on Plasma Cash is up!

slideslive.com/38911960/plasm…

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Marty Bent
@MartyBent

Joke: Bitcoin is the biggest carbon user in the world.

Woke: Bitcoin will usher in the renewable energy renaissance due to its perfect incentives.

medium.com/coinshares/bew… twitter.com/photome/status…

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Lane Rettig
@lrettig

Massive congrats to @ETHGlobal for an incredible year of hackathons around the world and for onboarding thousands of hackers into the Ethereum ecosystem. @ETHCapeTown is officially unveiled alongside @EthereumDenver to kick off 2019!

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Chris Burniske
@cburniske

Keep in mind crypto's J-curve: medium.com/@cburniske/the…

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@JackTatar thanks for modeling and spreading the good word 😄

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John Lilic
@JohnLilic

@benshapiro The next phase is when independent media ppl like Mr. Shapiro begin to understand #Ethereum #Web3 & its implications serving as censorship resistant internet infrastructure. @Cernovich is way ahead of the mainstream curve right now. Not sure who else gets it? @joerogan perhaps?

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Matt Corallo
@TheBlueMatt

Bear market takes a toll on everyone, I suppose. Even Satoshi had to take a side-gig as a clothes model. twitter.com/skeees/status/…

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Heidi
@blockchainchick

Hey France listen up. "Protests end in an orgy of violence by a militarised police." @aantonop
Instead of wasting your time and energy protesting in the streets, buy #bitcoin instead.

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Jimmy Song (송재준)
@jimmysong

Is your coin decentralized?

* Did you have an ICO?
* Do you have a creator that's still involved?
* Do you hard fork regularly?
* Do you have "governance"?

If you answered yes to any of those questions, you have a single point of failure and are thus centralized.

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zooko
@zooko

Hey everybody, that whole idea that you shouldn't spend your Bitcoin if you believe Bitcoin is going to moon? That idea doesn't make sense. The only thing that would make sense is not to spend *any* kind of money if you believe Bitcoin will moon. twitter.com/zooko/status/1…

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Thanks to @C_as_in_Carl for reminding me that Bitcoin culture incorrectly thinks Gresham's Law means this.

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Nouriel Roubini
@Nouriel

I personally find objectionable the following points: 1, 2, 3, 6, 9, 11, 15, 21, 22, 23, 24. This is the agenda of a right wing Le Pen that is the electoral base of the Yellow Vests. Destroy Eurozone, EU, NATO & let Russia take over France. Ie Make Russia not France Great Again twitter.com/nntaleb/status…

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Nadav Ivgi ⚡️
@shesek

Esplora now allows linking to specific inputs/outputs using #input:X and #output:X:

blockstream.info/tx/7c012a66acc…

blockstream.info/tx/7c012a66acc…

Or with the details auto-expanded using #expand:

blockstream.info/tx/7c012a66acc…

Or any combination of these:

blockstream.info/tx/7c012a66acc….

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Lane Rettig
@lrettig

Awards ceremony for @ethsingapore is about to kick off! I was absolutely blown away by the quality of the hacks I saw here this morning. I'll attempt to live tweet the winners.

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@AnnaRRose and @evan_van_ness kick off the closing ceremony with an audience selfie

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Here is the list of finalists

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@notscottmoore of @GetGitcoin presents the physical ERC 721-linked trophies

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Finalist 1. HashEdge built "the Expedia for #GeneralizedMining" to mint, stake, and trade mining-backed derivatives on @UniswapExchange

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Finalist 2. Snarsma built a plasma-based scalability solution on Barry Whitehat's snark-based compression tech. Deposit, transfer, and withdraw state transition functions all implemented in snark circuits and verifiable by plasma operator. Cool!

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Finalist 3. Stretch VM built cross-shard messaging for CBC Casper as a fork of EVM. Built as a fork of py-evm, with extra fields added to the block header. Supports sending ether and contract calls. 🤯

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Here's the selfie from earlier 😍🦄🌈🇸🇬

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Finalist 4. Decentralized Infura built a service for trusted server infrastructure and implemented several @infura_io -style web3 endpoints exposed via http

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Finalist 5. DAICO hedge built a platform for managing and hedging DAICO fundraises using $DAI on @KyberNetwork. Very elegant!

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Finalist 6. Dai.ly built an ether-less wallet for $DAI on metatransactions, inspired by the @MakerDAO dappy hour event a few days ago

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And a lightning round of sponsor prizes - @Quantstamp @SetProtocol @b0xNet @raiden_network @KyberNetwork - way too fast to keep up via tweet!

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Also: @ethstatus @AragonProject @Givethio - why hello again @thegrifft !

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alex van de sande
@avsa

This is fantastic. Reddit admins are using r/ethttrader as a test bed for internal token (“donuts”) and harberger (“hamburguer”) taxes twitter.com/scott_lew_is/s…

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Jameson Lopp
@lopp

Running the Gocoin implementation of Bitcoin has been a real treat - the built-in web interface makes it extremely user friendly for node operators. It's unfortunate that this single developer open source project does not accept pull requests. gocoin.pl

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Meltem Demirors
@Melt_Dem

is the great unwinding finally starting? twitter.com/charliebilello…

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Willy Woo
@woonomic

“Be Fearful When Others Are Greedy and Greedy When Others Are Fearful”.

Useful for times of heightened emotion.

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Admittedly it’s from the guy who also said Bitcoin is “rat poison squared”. However the latter quote was on a topic he had little understanding of.

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zooko
@zooko

For a couple of years, I've relied on the mute button liberally and the block button rarely. The motto I had heard was "mute stupidity, block malice". But I've decided to use the block button liberally, to reduce the stupidity that my timeline exposes my followers to.

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I think scale changes things. Years ago I had a policy of never muting and never blocking, and it worked great, and I heard others complaining and I figured they were just doing it wrong, but then I realized no—it's that they were operating at a higher scale.

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Emin Gün Sirer
@el33th4xor

If you work on blockchains, you need to print this tweet and frame it above your monitor.

This is exactly what we're working on with Ava. twitter.com/SarahJamieLewi…

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Ali Yahya
@ali01

It's been a year since I joined @cdixon and crew at @a16z to invest in crypto. It has been humbling to meet with 200+ teams and invest in a handful of the most impressive people I've ever known.

Bears or no, I'm more optimistic about the tech in the space than ever.

Onward. twitter.com/ali01/status/9…

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Jimmy Nguyen
@JimmyWinMedia

It’s time to make #Bitcoin ready for big #business. #BitcoinSV #BSV twitter.com/kurtwuckertjr/…

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Matt Odell
@matt_odell

Pushback from patreon censorship leads journalist Dave Rubin to begin accepting bitcoin donations as an alternative.

tallyco.in (created by @djbooth007) can make this transition even easier since it has a "patreon like" frontend with a bitcoin backend. twitter.com/RubinReport/st…

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👇
twitter.com/matt_odell/sta…

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NVK
@nvk

An annual bank run sounds like fun.
"03/Jan/2019 Proof of Trust Event"
reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comm…

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Roman Snitko
@romansnitko

I think no SWIFT, Visa and Mastercard in Russia certainly means good news for Bitcoin. People are very apt and will learn even faster.

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Mark Rogowsky
@maxrogo

@asymco Love this one in particular....

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Emin Gün Sirer
@el33th4xor

The metric for a "Store of Value" isn't price. It's the variance in price. twitter.com/antisinoptikon…

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And if anyone says that an asset can only go up in price, they are trying to get you into (what they think is) a pyramid scheme. A liquid, non-manipulated asset should be able to, and will, fluctuate around a price point symmetrically.

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Angus C de Crespigny
@anguschampion

@OhNoSheTwitnt “It would ruin his life” is the most infuriating sentencing explanation. Essentially stating that those we send to jail don’t have lives that matter if they’re ruined.

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Marty Bent
@MartyBent

Want to come on the pod (@TFTC21) to discuss? I think the freaks would love this conversation. twitter.com/rubinreport/st…

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