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After eight years as a rising star inside Goldman Sachs’ equity trading division, Mona El Isa decided, like so many others, to open a hedge fund of her own. Today, she's CEO & cofounder of digital asset management firm Melonport: on.forbes.com/6018EdfNs
Let’s be honest $BNB is an unregistered security @cz_binance
We knew autos would be strong, but lots of other good numbers here too.
@AttilaAros My actions regarding Bitcoin definitely speak for themselves, and have for the past eight years. You see a zero-sum pie in which coins compete against each other. I see a new world of decentralized finance with billions of assets, and I build accordingly.
Guy Hodlonaut ⚡✊@TheCryptoconomy
Today we go through a recent blog post by @Lopp & the @CasaHODL team explaining the clever design used to ensure both the security and recoverability of the mobile key for their Keymaster app.
🔊 Casa Keymaster Security: Mobile Key Overview 🔑📱
400 bytes of data with checksum successfully sent/received in 20sec on 7mhz.
Any hams around with FLDIGI and/or PSK1000R-able want test more data transfer?
Yo @multicoincap @KyleSamani, might want to issue a correction to your BNB ‘thesis’ now that CZ confirmed that BNB is not bought on the open market before being burned. You keep saying “buy-and-burn”, which is deceiving if we know it’s just BNB from the treasury. Thanks
I rarely share CoinDesk articles but this op-ed is absolutely worth the read. Absolutely brutal ruthless takedown of @BittrexExchange’s incompetence. Bittrex basically got murdered with words. Yikes coindesk.com/nydfs-why-we-r…
Excited to record Unconfirmed with @austingriffith of Burner Wallet and @arjun_bhuptani from @connextnetwork at @etherealsummit. #etherealny
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I’m a fan of the term “progressive security” as not everyone needs to be their own bank at first
“The user transitions from the highest usability & low security to the highest security & low usability over time, as their involvement and investment into the blockchain increases.” twitter.com/alexskidanov/s…
I’m also thinking the term “progressive decentralization” sounds nice too when you have the team pushing forward changes in the early days but trying to reduce their influence/control over time to the community.
Like this tweet if you support shower beers
Hell ya brothers and sisters
A friend of mine recommended I buy a Chinese stock
I logged into my brokerage account and realized it wasn't offered on the platform for trading
In the future, I'll be able to gain exposure to this stock w/ synthetic cryptoassets
The market for synthetic cryptoassets is huge
If this site tracked ether locked in ens domains then ENS would be at 3rd place twitter.com/evan_van_ness/…
#Moneroversary has kicked off, can’t believe it’s lasted 5 years! twitter.com/jehrenhofer/st…
Choose your seat wisely
The idea that Lightning payments will be free is misguided and will come around to bite us in a couple years
That being said, VC money finances a lot of our late-cycle lifestyle anyway, so maybe they will finance our use of LN as well. The unwarranted hype for staking services should be a decent indicator of that
I moved back to LA in 2012 from the bay area. I still visit SF every 2 weeks or so. Each time I notice more crap in the streets. I didn't realize I could report it. I bet these numbers are 10x. SF friends are in denial it's gotten bad. twitter.com/JohnPaczkowski…
Believing whatever stupid nonsense you were thinking while the price went up 10X is what led to Core ideas!
128MB block with 493,993 transactions mined by @nChainGlobal’s BMG Pool. Followed by 107MB block with 412,420 transactions mined by @SVpoolmining. Wow - big blocks and huge transaction volume WIN on #BSV #BitcoinSV twitter.com/whatsonchain/s…
@ErikVoorhees Feeling secure about Bitcoin is delusional. It's far from certain that Bitcoin will succeed.
The real problem with most altcoins is that they ARE scams, and make Bitcoin look bad by association if they're not called out.
Redefining the atomic unit in a market can lead to dramatically increased TAM. Both on supply side (underutilized resources) and demand side (lower price point).
e.g. atomic unit of rented homes (VRBO, HomeAway) redefined to rented beds (Airbnb)
If we took the total Ethereum conference travel budget and put it into a dev fund we could probably fund Eth 2.0 for 1,475 years.
Blockchain goes to work at Walmart, IBM, Amazon, JPMorgan, Cargill and 45 other enterprises: forbes.com/sites/michaeld… by @DelRayMan via @Forbes
I've been without a phone for the last few days and it's been pretty chill. I used to go summers without it in high school. May have to bring that tradition back.
Someone’s asked what was the point of this tweet — the point was to warn people that they shouldn’t accept important payments on the $BSV network unless there are 5-6 confirmations. And that 2 GB blocks aren’t really a good idea without some groundwork first.
Video features this incredible shot of me 😆
Balaji S. Srinivasan@balajis
With digital currency a program can now dynamically make build vs buy tradeoffs. It can decide whether to run a given computation locally or to pay another computer to execute it.
this is the Pixar lamp but for the surveillance capitalism era twitter.com/misslaneym/sta…
Latest rip of RHR on @TFTC21 is live now for your viewing pleasure. This week @matt_odell and I discuss:
- @wasabiwallet hardware compatibility
- LND 0.6.0
- US sanctions Cuba, Venezuela, & Nicaragua
- much more
Competition around token migration is fascinating.
I'm interested in the pulse of Crypto Twitter here. Does Binance Chain represent an existential threat to Ethereum?
For the sake of completeness - & so this poll isn't just a different way of asking which tribes people are from - would love to hear from any Ethereum folks who *DO* think it represents a threat. Okay if most don't, but I feel like there have to be some nuanced perspectives here.
Macro lenses are fun
drill, baby drill.
Ryan X. Charles@ryanxcharles
Float SV opens. Awesome news! A new BSV-focused exchange. (Unfortunately not available in the US...) medium.com/@floatsv/float…
"Bitcoin’s origin is akin to planting a tree. It wasn’t just Satoshi’s selection of the species (code), but the season (timing), soil (distribution), and gardening (community) that were essential to its success."
One day I’m gonna throw a massive kegger and all of you who weren’t assholes to me are invited
@kyletorpey @ErikVoorhees @Karalhoin @Dieter75 @QAcrypto @pavolrusnak @mj4m1n @rogerkver @binance @ShapeShift_io @cz_binance Shoulda called it Bitcash; missed marketing opportunity!
"After 2017’s Crypto-Optimism and 2018’s Crypto-Pessism, it is time for Crypto-Realism"
Futurama had crypto exchanges
Hanging out with Stephen Wolfram, got a signed letter from Einstein as a gift from a fan and released a few butterflies. One hell of a day
Remittance controls are abusive and violent towards innocent people. twitter.com/alegw/status/1…
OMG I HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR THIS FOR SO LONG
cc @MPtherealMVP because my huge ass face can now officially be a thing of the past. 😂 twitter.com/notbrent/statu…
1/The point is that aside from tokenization, BinanceChain currently offers literally zero of the functionality that Ethereum does. No respectable project would ever move to another chain on the basis of liquidity concerns for retail traders.
2/A project who decides to exit ERC20 destroys its composability with other layers of infrastructure (e.g. 0x, Augur, Maker, Uniswap). This will change over the next few years as Cosmos progresses, but we're not close yet.
3/BinanceChain is also controlled by a single company, so the reality is that any project that converts today is basically signaling that their token (1) doesn't need censorship resistance and (2) has no utility value other than trading.
4/When BinanceChain decentralizes, smart contracts launch on Cosmos, and Cosmos also solves composability, we can revisit. Until then, saying that Ethereum (which has ~15 billion dollars worth of tokens on it) should be worried is just concern trolling.
5/Disclaimers: I'm a huge fan of @cz_binance (tagging him here because I have nothing to hide) and I don't think he would disagree with most of this criticism. Mithril is a good get for them. I'm also a BNB investor/Binance customer, and they're maybe my fav company in crypto 💪
6/Dislaimers pt. 2: massively bullish on Cosmos long-term and am already an investor in a project building on Cosmos
bitcoin is essentially a bunch of kids who knew nothing about finance so decided to reinvent it, except they made everything worse
ethereum is some other kids who basically said, ok let’s take this obviously bad idea and apply it to all of the things
Pierre Rochard [🌮⚡️🔑]@pierre_rochard
Caution! Trezor hardware wallets are not private by default, they leak your data to their manufacturer twitter.com/evankaloudis/s…
@UpholdInc Waive the $Dash withdrawal fee like you did for XRP which has barely half the volume!
Who wants to play during NY Blockchain Week? War of the Sparky baby is here.
exIn case you missed it, tons of stuff has been happening with $Dash lately. Let @blockchainchick explain it much better than I ever could. twitter.com/StayDashy/stat…
Damn lack of a Twitter edit button! 😅
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