Zcash Sapling is private and super efficient! @GuardaWallet just released the first fully-mobile client for Zcash mainnet. Last time I tried, creating a shielded transaction on a Pixel phone was so fast it was almost imperceptible. Choose privacy! twitter.com/GuardaWallet/s…
* Create plan to survive the coming bear market
* Control your emotions
* Learn and produce while enthusiasm and energy are high
* Teach while people are curious
* Make more like-minded friends
1/3 - The long-awaited Nakamoto prints are here! This signed/numbered limited edition of 100 is on high-quality aqueous pigment fine art, semi-gloss archival rag. 11 in x 13 in. Available now: cryptograffiti.com/collections/pr…
2/3 - The first 21 are signed by Dorian and feature actual repurposed credit card embellishments. These ship in a matte black 12.5 in x 15.5 in an aluminum frame with 99% UV protected, anti-glare masterpiece glass. Please DM for price and availability.
The extent to which YIMBY folks have shifted the discourse over the last few years is impressive. Feels like they have the moral high ground and momentum now nationally. Credit to @SonjaTrauss for her persistence.
Of course, some would argue that the moral debate is just a proxy for the economic tug-of-war between renters and owners. Perhaps a statistical analysis would show that there are now more information workers on the renter side than the owner side. That would explain the shift.
Still feels like it will be too little, too late for San Francisco. Huge lag time between when the law changes and when buildings are move-in ready. The US as a whole is far behind China here, and falling further behind. Compare this from 2012 to SF 2019: youtube.com/watch?v=SKhAq8…
Similar projects in the US take years and cost billions of dollars. We aren't even talking about 2-3X better, China is >100X better in terms of speed. They can build a train station in one day while it takes years in the Bay Area. projects.sfchronicle.com/2019/bay-area-…
Things can change, of course. Just 42 years ago, capitalism was illegal in China and entrepreneurship was punishable by death. So, it's hard to predict many decades out. But at least in the medium term, the US isn't vectoring in the right direction. npr.org/sections/money…
Far better to shoot for 10,000 pounds lifted in a day than 10,000 steps.
(10,000 pounds is very achievable if you just add up all weight across all reps. Yes, it’s dumb because bench press and curl weights aren’t directly comparable. Still, it’s directionally better than steps.)
2/ I like having relaxed conversations with people in the Aragon ecosystem and the broader crypto space. Talking with almost no pre-defined script or a very strict filter results in new ideas or better ways to express already existing concepts
3/ It will also help raise awareness about Aragon. You want to know what the Aragon Network is, without having to read papers and go through many forum threads? Listen to a podcast, and you will know it all
4/ We will have guests who come by Zug, but we will also have remote guests. We have some hot episodes in the pipeline with @lkngtn @bingentxu @stellarmagnet @stefanobernardi @LuigiGrx. Looking forward to releasing more episodes! 🦅
US imposes sanctions on 8 Iranian leaders of Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. If I were to bet, I'd wager their children, who are PEPs, already moved money to banks in Vancouver or UK and are in private schools, driving fast cars, shopping at Gucci. home.treasury.gov/news/press-rel…
@jenvalentino Deceptive practices are common in physical stores—mattress stores are always going out of business—so what's new? The scale, sophistication, and variety. We found 22 third-parties that offer "dark patterns as a service". The psychology research behind nudges has been weaponized.
@giacomozucco Bitcoin-only? What's up with all those segwit2x speakers and sponsors? Can't call shapeshift, bitmain or bitpay Bitcoin companies.
They also have one of the biggest scammy ICOs of 2017 as partner, salt lending.