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  How Oracles connect Smart Contracts to the real world
Posted by: Jacob - 2018-05-16, 03:12 AM - Forum: Bitcoin and Altcoin - Replies (1)

Ethereum-based Smart Contracts are simple but effective forms of code designed to provide services or goods in exchange for certain values (be they monetary or time-based) being fulfilled. However, as they are wholly-based upon the Ethereum network, the input of information must be limited in order to not overwhelm the lightweight nature of the Blockchain. In essence, the Smart Contract is a judge, yet it needs a solid and reliable source of information to make correct judgements. This is where Oracles come in ......

How Oracles connect Smart Contracts to the real world

This is part of the future of Smart Contracts, so important to know information, and this writer breaks it down really well.

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  New windows update
Posted by: Junior - 2018-05-14, 07:51 PM - Forum: Uncategorized - Replies (5)

Just now i have got the new windows update (i think it's made because of the GDPR) and when my pc started after restart i had to sit and read a lot of choices about how windows may track info and stuff about my pc. And i mean it's not that i can now select the stuff im okay (or close to okay) with. But the fact that they have just gathered all that information from the start without us knowing (if we read the license agreement we would know i think). But holy cow. What a world we live in! We are being watched and used to make money....
I think that it's sad that all those big company's are allowed to spy so much on us. I have allways not liked it, but i didn't know windows did it this much. I know some dont care, but i do, i dont like being used as a product and sold to ad company's. Im glad GDPR is coming now, one step in the right direction as i see it.

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  Ripple #xrp will become a global national bank
Posted by: Carsten - 2018-05-14, 03:50 PM - Forum: Bitcoin and Altcoin - Replies (2)

The headline is a bit misleading but it seems that Ripple want to make xrp the standard for money transfer and thereby acting like a nationalbank.

It's good news for all who are believing in a better future by integrating blockchain use more. One could argue that Ripple is not decentralised and therefore not a true crypto. Let's see if ripple will let go of the node control or not.

This is still good news for the cryptoworld

https://ripple.com/insights/first-pilot-...or-xrapid/

(written while I'm in the pool)

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  AMON Monthly Update
Posted by: Carsten - 2018-05-14, 11:28 AM - Forum: Bitcoin and Altcoin - Replies (5)

It seems like Amon is now providing a monthly update.

I can't wait to see if they manage to get the credit card approved. If so it will be the deal breaker we are looking for in making it easy for all to use crypto.

https://medium.com/@amontech/amon-monthl...29ad49a89e

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  Taken Triology
Posted by: BobBobert - 2018-05-14, 11:07 AM - Forum: Uncategorized - Replies (6)

Just finished the Taken trilogy with Liam Neeson.

The first one was the best - though I did think that the action scenes were looking too choreographed.  I did like that action man Liam was hurt and showing injuries when all too often the hero is unscathed by these sorts of encounters.

In the first Taken, the premise is that his daughter is travelling from the USA to Europe where she is marked by human traffickers and abducted.  Liam flies in from the States and basically kills everyone in the gang with various methods used.  Neeson is a former Special Forces agent and uses all his talents and connections to win the day - just!

Taken 2 - the families of those Neeson killed in the original film are after revenge!  This was the poorest of the three films by quite a way. Belief needed to be suspended at times as his daughter had clearly inherited her fathers Special Forces abilities!  Not a bad film but just not to the same standard.  Again lots of choreographed fight scenes and streets that were either near empty for high speed chases or near fully packed to slow things down!  The film ends far too quickly for no reason - just why did the Albanian father seemingly give up?

Taken 3 - much better than Taken 2 but again the hole in the plot was glaring.  Neeson who checks out everyone's background did not seemingly check or notice that his ex-wife was with someone who had dodgy business connections with the Russians.  Plus one of the team just happened to leave a gun handy for the "surprise" baddy to grab.  Other than that it was well paced, good fights, again overly choreographed perhaps, but more believable.  The arch Russian baddy, although a Special Ops person in Russia once had clearly forgotten how to shoot, as had Liam, but it meant they could have some hand to hand combat!

Overall, worth a watch.  I am not sure I would buy the dvds brand new, but if you see them second hand definately worth watching after a hard days gardening!

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Question Should we meet?
Posted by: Carsten - 2018-05-11, 03:52 PM - Forum: General discussion - Replies (15)

I have been thinking for a while that it could be fun to meet. 

If there is any interest we should figure out where and when to meet.  Hugues and I is probably going to meet anyway.

It could be in Denmark, Germany, Belgium, UK, Spain or ?

Time for meeting could be September or October when people are back from summer vacation.

Let me know what you are thinking.

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  What is the Coindesk event?
Posted by: Cell - 2018-05-11, 11:53 AM - Forum: General discussion - Replies (5)

I’ve found this concerning the bitcoin price. Generally speaking, it says most indicators are bullish for Bitcoin, talking about Nvidia stock performance and Mt Gox to explain the recent dip. I guess using Google translator, you’ll get the point.

My question is regarding the coindesk event.. sorry for my stupid question, but never heard of it... or don’t recall anything about it. What is it?

https://cryptojournal.fr/2018/05/11/bitc...-baguette/

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Sad MinexBank interest rates..
Posted by: Carsten - 2018-05-10, 01:53 PM - Forum: Bitcoin and Altcoin - Replies (5)

So the new interest rates has been applied.

Daily: 0.19%
Weekly: 1.34%
Monthly: 5.83 %
Quarterly: 17.5%
Half yearly: 35%
Yearly: 70%

MinexCoin is in $12.5 now. There is a long way to the $70 it has been up to.

Any thoughts about this?

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  Bitstamp is making their own reviews on trustpilot (edited)
Posted by: Carsten - 2018-05-09, 04:28 PM - Forum: General discussion - Replies (5)

If you go to trustpilot and search for reviews it's now a mixed picture. Either a full 5 or a 1, where 5 being the best.
I looked through some of the reviews and found Tomaz Rozman reviewing Bitstamp to be excellent!!

That is manipulation of the worst kind.

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His linkedin profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tomaž-rozman-a23a188a

Anyway my Bitstamp account was terminated without a reason but it happend shortly after I told them their new KYC was way too much.

I got my funds back as fiat but is missing around 6500 Euro. There has been no explanation about how they ended up with the amount they gave me. I luckily have a screenshot from the day of termination I have sent them today and asked for the rest of the money. I also asked for details about how the sum was at it was. After the termination day the crypto market got even higher so I want an explanation. 

Deleted because everything is good. I read the amount in USD instead of EUR.  Sad Sad Sad Sad

I told them if they do not return the last money I will file a case with the police for fraud.

I just want to warn you against Bitstamp that otherwise has been an excellent exchange, but the last year the support has been slow and now often silent or non existing. Just do a DuckDuckGo on the net.

Be careful out there with exchanges.

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  Bitcoin Trader scam
Posted by: BobBobert - 2018-05-07, 10:59 AM - Forum: Bitcoin and Altcoin - Replies (4)

Have you guys come across BitCoin Trader?

It appeared as an ad on a screen I was looking at and it has some great testimonials from people you would trust.  It appeared on a Dragons Den (BBC TV programme) and these dragons are all serious investors who do not hand over cash lightly.  They were fighting to get on board Bitcoin Trader and apparently live on the show someone invested and made a good return in minutes - something like £80 on a £250 investment in 5 minutes!

Now that looks too good to be true and it seems to be the case.  With some minor googling it is a scam, with made up quotes attached to the professional investors in order to attract in unsuspecting novices like the general public.

I do not think that any of you would be unsuspecting and invest without even googling the company, and I am not keen on giving even bad publicity to scammers but it was very smooth looking "advert", very believable and professional.

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