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Joshua Matettore
@matettore

Adam Smith mentioned attention 74 times in the Wealth of Nations.

In 1776 we understood the value of attention.

In 2019 we do not.

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If attention has been hijacked, so has your soul.

Here are a few quotes from Smith.

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Men are much more likely to discover easier and readier methods of attaining any object, when the whole attention of their minds is directed towards that single object, than when it is dissipated among a great variety of things.

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A puppy fawns upon its dam, and a spaniel endeavours, by a thousand attractions, to engage the attention of its master who is at dinner, when it wants to be fed by him.

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It seldom happens, however, that great fortunes are made, even in great towns, by any one regular, established, and well- known branch of business, but in consequence of a long life of industry, frugality, and attention.

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His understanding, however, being accustomed to consider a greater variety of objects, is generally much superior to that of the other, whose whole attention, from morning till night, is commonly occupied in performing one or two very simple operations.

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The dairy becomes more worthy of the farmer's attention, and the quality of its produce gradually improves.

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The proposal of any new law or regulation of commerce ought always to be listened to with great precaution, and ought never to be adopted till after having been long and carefully examined, not only with the most scrupulous, but with the most suspicious attention

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Learn attention.

twitter.com/justinowings/s…

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Pay attention to Proof of Work

twitter.com/matettore/stat…

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Pay attention to the genesis block.

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Study bitcoin from first principles.

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Study attention, bitcoin this time.

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Attention is your superpower. Take it back.

twitter.com/matettore/stat…

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Attention is a force carrier.

twitter.com/santisiri/stat…

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bitcoin is the easiest way to gain sovereignty over your attention.

twitter.com/matettore/stat…

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Don't let them steal your mind.

twitter.com/matettore/stat…

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Attention is where you focus your soul.

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Marty Bent
@MartyBent

Big content week for @TFTC21.

Dropped interviews with @andreneves and @espano_.

Recorded RHR w/ @matt_odell from separate countries for the 2nd time.

Hopping in the studio w/ @misir_mahmudov in a few.

Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss an ep!

itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/tal…

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I am Nomad
@IamNomad

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Ryan Delk
@delk

I spend 7+ hours/week on LinkedIn for recruiting.

It’s both an incredibly powerful tool when used well and incredibly odd to me that no one has even come close to competing with them yet.

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Kevin Kwok
@kevinakwok

Eventually campaigns will have teams working all year, every year on them.

Until you see engineers on staff permanently in politics--we aren't anywhere close to the frontier

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WhalePanda
@WhalePanda

And that right after he talked about Bitcoin?
Coincidence? Or is he going all in?
twitter.com/zerohedge/stat…

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Definitely coincidence.

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Devon
@devonzuegel

What if we had Income Share Agreements (ISAs) with our friends?

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Taylor Monahan
@tayvano_

I don't quite know what to make of it but that analytics company Coinbase acquired is basically the exec guys from Hacking Team. 🤔

If you don't recall...

theintercept.com/2015/07/07/lea…

arstechnica.com/information-te…

So...that's weird.

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Oh people already knew this. Good.

twitter.com/francispouliot…

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Prince
@13Prince31

Looking back on my transformation into utter degen

Crypto is really what kicked it into full gear

I imagine this is what Satoshi would have wanted

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Patrick McCorry ☘️
@paddykcl

Keynote by @pwuille at the cryptocurrency implementors workshop. Let's see what story he is going to tell.

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His journey of trying to get schnorr signature in 2014 (alongside a bunch of colleagues at @Blockstream) he has picked this story as it comes from a practical aspect and faced a bunch of problems that turned into real papers.

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Overview of the talk.

History - while bitcoin uses ecdsa, schnorr signatures is technically older. Patented in 1989. Ecdsa emerged and schnorr claimed "a variant of his scheme and still infringes patent". Lol

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ECDSA had malleability problems, can tweak existing signature and have two signatures for the same message.

Doesnt have a nice linearly property. Schnorr isn't malleable and proveably secure.

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Picture of signing algorithms. What does linearly let you do? It means we can construct protocols where parties can collectively construct signatures. Everyone computes random nonces and combine them. Then everyone produced the signature of that was the combined nonce.

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Combine signatures and you'll have a full signature. But don't do it! Lots of problems that we'll cover here. Lots of cool features in the picture.

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Non-accountable signatures let you build compactness. If you don't care about the actual keys that performs the signatures. N of N can be built this way. Or everyone computes a key share and you combine them.

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He first learnt about non-accountable signatures from Dan Boneh when he visited the blockstream office. @pwuille keeps mentioning "don't use yet lots of problems (paraphrase). Looking forward to the problems lol.

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He is talking about BLS and how some of the problems for schnorr do not exist. But main sticking point appears to be new assumptions (pairing based crypto) that they want to avoid. He wants to keep with the discrete logarithm assumption until all other options are exhausted.

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One reason is due to the risk of it being broken (and how to convince others how to rely on a new assumptions). Lots of money at risk, even if he thinks it is secure. (Paraphrasing).

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Now he is talking about rogue key events, where an adversary can "cancel out" another key for signing. Typical assumption is to verify the key or have the participants prove knowledge of the discrete logarithm to each other. This now requires interaction which is awkward.

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Why? People need to message each other and then they need to store shares on hardwares etc. Pretty good summary in the picture.

Creator, spender and the verifier. Verifier is the blockchain, creator is the person who set up the bitcoin script and spender is the person who

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Proves the condition has been satisfied. No reason why the blockchain needs to know that multiple people are involved in the transaction. It may sound unique to the blockchain space but he doesn't think it is... Could be useful for a PKI setting.

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Awhile ago (during FC16) he came up with a technique to try and break that attack, but it is completely broken so don't use it. I've multiple both keys by their own hash.

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You should know about Wagner's algorithm since it breaks every crypto thing I see. Intuitively, find two elements whose hash is equal to a value you choose. If you general this to mutikple parties (1000 hashes) it becomes even easier.... So attacker can choose public keys

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Out of a set such that an attacker can break things. Greg Maxwell came up with cross-input aggregation, why don't we have all inputs aggregated. This is where we need the public key model, since we can't control what keys people use.

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This cross input aggregation is super useful as it encourages coinjoin! If there is only a single signature per transaction, then lower the cost per participant. He came up with a better yet scheme called MuSig. Instead of multiplying every key by its own hash, you

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Multiple keys by the hash of all keys. This seems to stop Wagner's attack so far. He submitted paper, it was rejected, but he was pointed to a paper Bellare-Nevon. Turning point!

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Unfortunately he can't use it because the verifier needs to know all the keys in order to support the aggregation...so all keys need to be publicly revealed which is what they are trying to avoid.

Protocol is three rounds. First two is a commit and reveal. Everyone commits to

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Random nonces and then collectively reveal their random nonce. He thought it was a part of the proof artifact. He was later contacted by a researcher (I can't spell name co-author of MuSig). Research came back with a proof for two-round protocol.

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He then seen a paper by Nevon that showed a two round protocol could never be proven secure (not broken though). Apparently had an impact on the Nevon paper too. Nevon later demonstrated an attack.

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@real_or_random is chipping in to say that the Nevon paper didn't say a two round protocol was insecure, but they MuSig as it was designed couldn't be proven secure.

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One of the other problems they have encountered. MuSig is part of the secp256k1 library. For MuSig they can't use deterministic randomness (ie hash private key + message). Why not? Because public nonces are being confimed and then fed into signature. If I can get you to sign

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The same message twice, but I don't use the same nonce twice... Then the victims secret key can be trivially recomputed. So pretty bad problem. Need an uncloneable state ok the clients device.

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Two possible solutions, use the session ID that is never repeated and it must be remembered between signing rounds. He is also trying to do a stateless signing algorithms that might work in 2 rounds. Downside includes a zkp so will be 2000x slower so might be practual.

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In January last year, gmaxwell and andytoshi came up with Taproot. Completely different direction now. Function takes key and script. Interesting properties, cryptographic commitment. If I give you Q, cannot break it.

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if you knew the private key k and the script Q. Then you could either spend it via revealing Q and satisfying a condition, or by producing a signature key using k. It would let us hide the script if it isn't needed.

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This is very typical on bitcoin where it says
-everyone agrees so it can be spent
OR
- some condition must be satisfied.

So tap root makes the above efficient.

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It is useful for payment channels, scriptless scripts, etc.

We need to be weary about hardware attacks. ie signing multiple times and the key gets leaked due to side channels.

This might be if the host machine is compromised and signing via hardware wallet.

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So he proposes what is in the previous slide.

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How do we get things to work together? He is talking about musig, new signatures, Taproot... How can we combine everything to build stuff? Let's consider scenario where a company stores in a 3 out of 4 multisig.... What if one executive has a key locked up for awhile... So can we

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Compose different policies together? One approach is a partially signed bitcoin transactions. File format for signing different transactions and it has different roles that interact with the file contract.

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This would build up enough information for signers to verify before signing it .. and the partial signatures can be signed and combined. Only updator and finaliser care about it. Exrendable to taproot.

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Now he is presenting miniscript - a language to extend to more complicated constructions. They will be able to do HTLCs etc. He didn't want to hack taproot into the bitcoin software without useful cases like the above.

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He thinks by designing the above from the implementors perspective - he discovers problems with the security, size and verification speed matter. Interactions complicate thing

Everyone is smart enough to make a system they cant break, so they is why conferences like this exist.

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He is wrapping up now and so will I.

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Jameson Lopp
@lopp

@ReuScherf Unlike normal TA, DA is a hard science.

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Nathaniel Whittemore
@nlw

I need a nap.

Bitcoin never needs a nap. 🔥🔥🔥 twitter.com/Obstropolos/st…

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Muneeb Ali
@muneeb

Food for thought for “world computer” projects: maybe the world computer is not feasible to begin with.

Simple core plus complexity at edges helped the original internet, can work for decentralized computing as well. twitter.com/trent_vanepps/…

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Dan Hedl
@danheld

Uh have you heard of lightning? twitter.com/jorgestolfi/st…

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cryptograffiti
@cryptograffiti

Can see the headlines now...

Coindesk: LN TIPPING STARTUP EXIT SCAMS WITH $3.50

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Pierre Rochard [⚡️]
@pierre_rochard

"If you are not embarrassed by the first version of your product, you've launched too late."
- Reid Hoffman

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Chris Burniske
@cburniske

When #crypto, @tim_cook?

If you’re all-in on privacy, native hardware support in #iPhones seems a no brainer.

Samsung just did it: coindesk.com/samsung-galaxy… twitter.com/mims/status/10…

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Dovey Wan 🦖
@DoveyWan

This remains as a myth to me forever -

Why ALL Silicon Valley VCs wear ONLY Patagonia or Arc'teryx? 🤔🤔🤔

Moncler ($$$$) and Uniqlo ($$) are both better choice in terms of feel and look IMO 👀👀👀

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Frank Chaparro
@fintechfrank

I just farted

Bitcoin never farts 🔥🔥🔥 twitter.com/obstropolos/st…

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nic carter
@nic__carter

One of the most interesting things about Venezuela is that DolarToday, the most popular exchange rate site in Venezuela (which was infamously sued by the Venezuelan central bank) publishes a Bitcoin-implied Bolivar Soberano - USD exchange rate based on LocalBitcoin prices

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From what I understand, it's illegal to publish market-implied exchange rates in Venezuela, as DolarToday does. More on their methodology, with the help of google translate:

dolartoday.com

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Bitcoin markets on LBC are useful to derive the implied exchange rate because they are 24/7 and never close.

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The lawsuit between the Venezuelan central bank and DolarToday is the most fascinating thing ever. The CB literally claims that DolarToday, by publishing the street exchange rate, impaired the government's ability to collect seignorage!

arstechnica.com/tech-policy/20…

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Dan Romero
@dwr

The team has been quietly making progress, esp. helping get 3rd-party auditors comfortable with our procedures and NYDFS trust company license. Goal is to avoid qualified opinions!

Excited to already be working with many high-quality institutional clients who get crypto. 🔐 twitter.com/brian_armstron…

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Forgot to mention: we are also allowing clients storing crypto in custody to trade into and out of their accounts via OTC.

Our OTC desk is an agency model, i.e. we are not trading for our own benefit. 100% focused on getting clients the best possible price.

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Charlie Shrem
@CharlieShrem

The torch has been passed !! twitter.com/wiz/status/109…

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Robin Hanson
@robinhanson

Supply & Demand: "New York City’s fast-food… workers were the first to stage rallies demanding a minimum wage of $15 an hour. Then, they pressed for changes in… their work schedules. Now, they are asking the City Council to shield them from being fired." nytimes.com/2019/02/12/nyr…

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Christine Duhaime
@cduhaime

I think this is a legit question today -- who is running Ottawa? I don't think Canadians know anymore.

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Amber ☘️
@AmberBaldet

The responses in this thread are quite a window to the additional time, mental, & monetary cost women incur when traveling alone. Everybody feels risk differently, but just the task of threat modeling every trip is exhausting. twitter.com/lizlum/status/…

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NVK
@nvk

This is how socialism works, plain and simple. twitter.com/ianbremmer/sta…

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Jameson Lopp
@lopp

@pierre_rochard IIRC Zooko and Cobra both got hit with the same thing this week. It may be a virus that's spreading.

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Forbes Crypto
@ForbesCrypto

forbes.com/sites/billybam…

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Daniel Ƀ
@csuwildcat

Monarchy, Oligarchy, and Democracy are all forms of authoritarian tyranny - the major difference being that instead of one evil/benevolent person or a group of rich people forcing their will on you via threats of harm and violence, it's a herd of village idiots.

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Forbes Crypto
@ForbesCrypto

Cigna and Sentara Healthcare have joined IBM's blockchain health utility network to improve data sharing: on.forbes.com/6010EpHYY by @Rachelwolf00

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Neeraj K. Agrawal
@NeerajKA

I will not accept economic theory from anyone who uses punctuation in their tweets

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Peter Pham
@peterpham

Went trolling for VCs in Southpark to pitch today. I walked @jamescham to his meeting, @smerani @km scheming in the park & then caught @satishd actually in the office. All amazing friends that I hope our ceo's get to work with at some point!

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Leigh Cuen
@La__Cuen

I just finished my first economics text book & ordered several more...but already have so many issues with both Austrian and Keynesian approaches. Clearly the solution for this is more books!😝

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The Crypto Lark
@TheCryptoLark

Another day, another bank money laundering case........#bitcoin is the answer twitter.com/Reuters/status…

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Jackson Palmer
@ummjackson

"Hey we spent 10 years developing a blockchain that doesn't scale, including 2 years on an additional network layer to fix that scaling problem... so now you can use a centralized service that'll lose all your money if it gets hacked to tip someone $1. It's the future!"

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Elon Moist
@coinyeezy

true wealth is your time & freedom. money is a scam

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Jake Brukhman
@jbrukh

4/Decentralized networks become participant-owned infinitely competitive public goods.

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Dan Hedl
@danheld

Ban Euros! twitter.com/reuters/status…

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Paul Sztorc
@Truthcoin

Earlier today, someone asked me the dispute between BCH and BSV was. And I couldn't remember what it was.

Normally I can easily answer all questions, cold.

So what was the dispute? That Amaury / CSW have too much power (?) Was there one??

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Ryan Selkis
@gdfhfgh4356efgh

I haven't felt this level of professional excitement since April 2016, right when CoinDesk and Consensus started to take off and the company went from nearly dead blog to roaring back to life.

messari.io

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It took three years to take @coindesk from bankruptcy to ~$30M revenue business. How many years do you think it will take @MessariCrypto to get there? Answer carefully. ;)

youtube.com/watch?v=TCx-M8…

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Dan Hedl
@danheld

This is incredible twitter.com/ndimichino/sta…

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panek
@panekkkk

Gameplay looks amazing. FF-inspired cyberpunk... 🔥

Characters, equipment and other in-game assets will be represented by ERC-721 non-fungible tokens (NFTs) on #Ethereum via the @loomnetwork plasma cash implementation. twitter.com/neondistrictRP…

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Elon Moist
@coinyeezy

Memes are the most powerful form of communication that exists. We have now infiltrated the minds of the deep state. This is an incredibly successful campaign to free our people from the lie that is Wyoming. ✊

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Dean Eigenmann
@DeanEigenmann

As release manager I’d make sure to have so many conflicts of interest, the trolls wouldn’t know where to look.

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Also as per @licuende’s request. Hardforks would not occur when our favourite DJs are in Berlin.

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You know where to find me @hudsonjameson

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Weak Hands Lam
@BigLambda

@usminority Prison is a good place for him to get sober.

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Patrick OShaughnessy
@patrick_oshag

I attribute any success I've had to luck and structured repetition. Until today I'd forgotten about this (which I did in 2012): the one year pledge.

oneyearpledge.com

A lot of this site is silly (I can't even access it), but I share it because it worked and changed me

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Also this was before I realized the power of the internet (I'd never written anything, been on twitter, etc). I think a grand total of 8 people ever saw this site.

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I'd also like to claim credit for bird box, which I inspired with this ridiculous and pretentious photo

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Elon Moist
@coinyeezy

This is America 🇺🇸

oversupply of indebted lawyers & public servants

undersupply of debtless entrepreneurs

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Jackson Palmer
@ummjackson

I think it speaks volumes about the actual progress second layer Bitcoin solutions have made that everyone is getting so excited about a *custodial* Lightning-enabled tipping service.

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"Hey we spent 10 years developing a blockchain that doesn't scale, including 2 years on an additional network layer to fix that scaling problem... so now you can use a centralized service that'll lose all your money if it gets hacked to tip someone $1. It's the future!"

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Nothing against Bitcoin or Lightning, I think both are cool (yet experimental) technologies. Centralized tip bots have been around for a decade now though, so if you're getting excited about them in 2019 you should be embarrassed.

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Amber ☘️
@AmberBaldet

Congratulations to @grassEcon for winning the @Newsweek Blockchain Social Impact Awards! They create web-of-trust based local money that decouples communities throughout Africa from unstable national currency; now moving to @Bancor. newsweek.com/2019/03/08/blo…

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I was honored to author the @grassecon writeup and it was super awesome to get to be on the selection panel with @AshleyLannquist @galiabenartzi and others. And congrats to my homegirl @iamSamsterdam for @ChronicledInc winning a spot too! Good day. 🎉

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Noah Ruderman
@devilscompiler

Shut it down, boys. #Bitcoin won't work. Money can only come from institutions. twitter.com/aleksigrym/sta…

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