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  Ripple Files Lawsuit Against YouTube: "Enough Is Enough"
Posted by: Carsten - 2020-04-22, 07:16 AM - Forum: Bitcoin and Altcoin - Replies (1)

This is interesting since it's the crypto world. We already know that xrp is not really a true decentralised coin and with this lawsuit it becomes quite clear. 


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  Global recession and loss of millions of jobs.
Posted by: Carsten - 2020-04-18, 04:12 PM - Forum: General discussion - Replies (2)

I guess most of us are affected by the Covid that spreads around the world. Belgium is hit much harder than most other wealthy countries. Probably because more dead are counted as Covid victims than what is done in for instance Germany.

My own situation is that I still have my job, BUT the newest announcement is that we don't get raises as normal in April and that we all have to accept 5-10 days off pr. quarter without pay. 5 days is a salary cut of around 7%. 10 days is around 15%. I like this strategy and is actually on one from the last time there was a crises in the company. I have 12 extra days off pr. year already since those who wanted was allowed to get the deal. Now I can add a minimum of 20 days extra pr. year. The great thing is that I will have more time to work on crypto projects. The not so good thing is that I need the money because of some additional (huge) expenses in my life that goes on for a while of some additional 2-3 years or more. Anyway the company strategy after two initial rounds of firing and sending home almost all people in production with full salary because of government funding is good. The rest that are back is needed when the wheels start turning again. Firing people and try to rehire them is a bad strategy for someone working in R&D. It takes time to learn and get up to speed. A year or more is not uncommon.

It would be interesting to hear from others how the virus affect their lives and income since it's clear from the numbers that we had an explosion of unemployment rate here in Denmark, but also in the rest of EU and USA. 

Another question is how the world will look after the crises?

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  CoinGecko-quarterly report Q1/2020
Posted by: Hugues - 2020-04-16, 08:55 PM - Forum: Bitcoin and Altcoin - Replies (1)

For your information:


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  Back... from death (almost)
Posted by: Cell - 2020-04-13, 04:08 PM - Forum: General discussion - Replies (2)

Hi all!

As you may guessed... my recent silence was related to the Corona virus... You all know that I travel often from and to China, so yeah, I got the virus and got to the hospital for about a month or so. In a country where being a stranger was not a good news. But now, I am back safe at home with my family. That was hell. Really. And coming back home was all about making deals with the devil also (to get a place on a plane, then another one, and another one). All the family decided to go upnorth (in Canada) where we are all safe now. I can't say that my life got back to "normal", but just being able to walk alone in the street is great now.

So far for cryptos, I have to say that I am trying to keep up with all this... at least now, I have the time. The only good news is that I got my 20s shape back (lost 25 pounds). But, I am doing great to take it all back... and we can't play any tennis or any sport right now. Hope everything is fine with you all. Take care.

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Sad Sadly no Parix-Roubaix today
Posted by: Carsten - 2020-04-12, 11:13 AM - Forum: Uncategorized - Replies (3)

Another classic is cancelled  because of covid. 


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  JSE Closing Down
Posted by: Carsten - 2020-04-07, 10:38 AM - Forum: Bitcoin and Altcoin - Replies (2)

It's come to an end for JSE Coin that should make the internet a better place by replacing ads with browser mining.


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  Ethereum co-founder narrows down identity of Satoshi Nakamoto
Posted by: Carsten - 2020-04-06, 09:49 AM - Forum: General discussion - Replies (1)

Charles Hoskingson is not only co-founder of ETH, but as we know also founder of Cardano. He thinks based on the coding that Satoshi could be a guy in his fifties or sixties. (It's not me sadly :-) )

"Charles Hoskinson suggests that anyone interested in hunting down Bitcoin’s inventor should use “stylometry”."

Read the story here https://decrypt.co/24587/ethereum-cofoun...o-identity

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Posted by: Hugues - 2020-04-05, 10:05 AM - Forum: Uncategorized - Replies (1)

Some interesting reading:

Some form of (secure, decentralized, robust) proof-of-unique-human is going to be a very valuable primitive for applications in the years to come.

See this post on Vitalik Buterins website:


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Big Grin Toilet Paper Token is no. 1 on Coinmarketcap
Posted by: Carsten - 2020-03-31, 09:06 PM - Forum: Bitcoin and Altcoin - Replies (4)

WOW this is awesome.... Toilet paper token 

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  Binance is buying Coinmarketcap
Posted by: Junior - 2020-03-31, 10:45 AM - Forum: General discussion - Replies (3)

So it was just released and is blowing up on twitter that binance is buying coinmarketcap for $400 million. Is this good or bad? I am not sure if this is good. Binance is becoming very very huge in the crypto space.

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