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Cryptocurrency / Re: Top cryptocurrency hashtags
« on: 14-01-2020, 22:00:53 »
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Cryptocurrency / Top cryptocurrency hashtags
« on: 14-01-2020, 21:59:22 »
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Digital Marketing / Digital Marketing Blog
« on: 11-01-2020, 00:59:51 »
A new blog about everything Digital Marketing. This blog uses a domain name hack. Check it out http://di.gital.marketing/

Cryptocurrency / Re: This is why we need Crypto
« on: 07-01-2020, 23:15:15 »
A single homepage you need to the find the best crypto projects


This is a new website that aims to give a homepage to the best cryptocurrency and blockchain-related projects in the form of a tags cloud.
Check it out here https://www.cryptostags.com/


Blockchain & DLT Forum / How to fix blockchain? Alchemy
« on: 18-12-2019, 09:01:51 »

Alchemy is secretly fixing blockchain’s node nightmare
Meet the $15M-funded Microsoft of cryptocurrency.


Cryptocurrency / Re: Bitcoin is mooning - 13K USD 1 BTC now
« on: 17-09-2019, 00:31:30 »


France and Germany have agreed to block Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency, the French finance ministry said on Friday.

In a joint statement, the two governments affirmed that “no private entity can claim monetary power, which is inherent to the sovereignty of nations”.


Tech Discussion & News / A New Business Model for the Web
« on: 17-09-2019, 00:22:38 »
Tech entrepreneur Stefan Thomas wants to create a version of the Internet that frees creative types from relying on ad money from YouTube or Instagram to support themselves. Instead, creators would be paid directly by their fans.

To this end, Thomas’s blockchain company, Coil, along with the non-profit groups Mozilla and Creative Commons, will distribute $100 million in grants to creators and others who embrace ad-free business models. On Monday, the groups said the money would be awarded through a fund called Grant for the Web over the next five years.

“The internet has gone from a place rewarding creativity, invention and substance, to one dominated by a few advertising dependent platforms that promote and incentivize anything that grabs and holds the public’s attention,” the groups said in a statement, explaining the new fund will focus on funding creators in a way that doesn’t undermine privacy.
A New Business Model for the Web? $100 Million Creators’ Fund Seeks to Break Tech Giants’ Monopoly


Marc Andreessen, co-founder of venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, has said that cryptocurrencies could solve some of the internet’s biggest challenges.

According to a report by The Wall Street Journal on Sept. 1, Andreessen was speaking at a private conference organized by Andreessen Horowitz that hosted officials from the United States Treasury Department and financial regulators.

Crypto is like the internet
Per the report, Andreessen reiterated the popular comparison between cryptocurrencies and the internet. He said that the internet started as an information-sharing network for computer scientists and became the world’s information and commerce hub.

Mirroring the internet's evolution, he believes cryptocurrencies could adapt to bring solutions to pressing problems such as privacy, but only if U.S. regulators adopt a less stringent form of regulation.

Christopher Giancarlo, who was chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission until he stepped down in July, warned cryptocurrency regulation should not be taken lightly, saying: “Some of the things you learned from your older VCs, this won’t transfer.”

Personal interest
If regulators classified cryptocurrencies as securities, investors like Andreessen Horowitz could face compliance issues or even lose money, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Andreessen Horowitz has also reportedly invested in firms that could grow if crypto regulation were to become more relaxed. Kevin Werbach, a technology scholar at the University of Pennsylvania who attended the conference, said:

“It wasn’t something they did purely out of altruism. [...] Everyone understands they are investors in the space and have viewpoints about what the regulatory environment should look like.”

In recent regulatory news, authorities in the state of Nevada announced that Bitcoin (BTC) and cryptocurrency ATMs need a licensing scheme and must conform to existing rules. https://cointelegraph.com/news/andreessen-horowitz-co-founder-crypto-a-solution-to-webs-challenges

Cryptocurrency / Re: Crypto/Bitcoin Memes
« on: 03-07-2019, 20:01:54 »


The FATF guidelines which were released on June 21, will require exchanges to collect and transfer customer information during transactions. The Forum commented on the move, saying "We reaffirm our commitment to applying the recently amended FATF Standards to virtual assets and related providers for anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism."

While the move will add more credibility to trading digital assets across the globe, the cost for exchanges to implement such a practice could be costly, and collaborating with exchanges across the globe could also be a tremendously difficult task to accomplish.

G20 further stated that they are "closely monitoring" developments within the Cryptocurrency space and will remain "vigilant to existing and emerging risks"

Cryptocurrency / When and where is alt season?
« on: 03-07-2019, 12:13:28 »
Bitcoin looks set for more blood and could test lower $9,000 levels according to traders. Everyone will be expecting Bitcoin to possibly find support between mid-$8,000 levels and mid-$9,000 levels, which would allow altcoins some space to recover against Bitcoin.

Alt season most likely does not look set to be happening anytime soon as most traders expect. While Bitcoin is still extremely volatile, alt coins have recovered slightly in BTC pair, however USD pairs continue to slide with Bitcoin. https://telegra.ph/Bitcoin-nearly-down-30-from-2019-high-where-is-alt-season-07-02

It's going to take a while for folks who survived the last bear to shift their mindset to a bull market, including me.

These tips are mostly for long-term investors, but others may also find them useful.

In an early stage bull market:

Don't underestimate the greed which can overtake this market once FOMO starts to set in. Right now, we are just getting the very beginning of FOMO, mostly from old hands- retail and likely even institutions are not here in any significant capacity.
Don't try to stop a moving train by doing stuff like shorting, you will very likely get run over.
Don't try to jump from coin-to-coin if you are long term investor- you will almost always end up in the slow lane. You are possibly looking at 15x to 50x in returns. Don't get unnecessarily greedy.
Don't forget about short term capital gains if you live in the US or similar jurisdictions (usually taxed at a high marginal income tax rate). Get quality investments for planned 1+ year holding periods for long term capital gains treatment as quickly as possible.
Don't wait for retraces to get your long-term holding positions, you'll likely get left behind.
Don't get stupid with leverage, because a simple and short-lived retrace may leave you completely rekt, and from current valuations, taking that additional risk may be completely unnecessary to achieve life changing returns.
Don't worry about when a 30% to 40% retrace will happen- it very likely will, but the price might be 50% to 100% higher from what it is now when that happens.
Don't freak out when local retraces happen- hold and possibly add to your position, managing your overall risk and exposure appropriately.
Don't sweat day-to-day movements- the trend over the next 2.5 years or so is very likely to be up, up, up.

Cryptocurrency / Re: Crypto/Bitcoin Memes
« on: 29-06-2019, 01:20:02 »


Cryptocurrency / Crypto/Bitcoin Memes
« on: 29-06-2019, 01:18:10 »


Apple / Re: This is maybe the new Apple iPhone
« on: 29-06-2019, 01:13:19 »
The new Apple iPhone (11) 2019 model

Apple / This is maybe the new Apple iPhone
« on: 29-06-2019, 01:10:38 »
Following the head-turning news that Apple will kill off its 5.8-inch iPhone X/XS/11 and replace it with a smaller 5.4-inch flagship, we can now visualise just how exciting this new model will be. And it’s a truly radical move which looks set to wrong foot all Apple’s major rivals.

Credit for this context goes to Swedish graphic designer Max Rudberg, who created a scale drawing of Apple’s new 5.4-inch powerhouse alongside the 5.8-inch iPhone XS, 4.7-inch iPhone 8 and 4-inch iPhone SE. While many expected an iPhone 8-ish size, thanks to its minimal bezels we can actually see the new model is almost the same size as the iPhone SE. https://www.forbes.com/sites/gordonkelly/2019/06/27/apple-new-iphone-upgrade-iphone-xs-max-xr/

World’s First AI Universe Simulator Knows Things It Shouldn’t
"It’s like teaching image recognition software with lots of pictures of cats and dogs, but then it’s able to recognize elephants."
Great Mystery
Since we can’t travel billions of years back in time — not yet, anyways — one of the best ways to understand how our universe evolved is to create computer simulations of the process using what we do know about it.

Most of those simulations fall into one of two categories: slow and more accurate, or fast and less accurate. But now, an international team of researchers has built an AI that can quickly generate highly-accurate, three-dimensional simulations of the universe — even when they tweak parameters the system wasn’t trained on.

“It’s like teaching image recognition software with lots of pictures of cats and dogs, but then it’s able to recognize elephants,” researcher Shirley Ho said in a press release. “Nobody knows how it does this, and it’s a great mystery to be solved.”

Speedy System
The scientists detail how they created this universe simulator, which they’ve named the Deep Density Displacement Model (D3M), in a study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

The goal was to teach D3M how to model the way gravity shapes the universe. To that end, they started by feeding the system 8,000 different gravity-focused simulations created by a highly accurate existing universe simulator.

That system needed 300 computation hours to create just one of its simulations, but after training on the data, D3M was able to produce its own simulations of a cube universe 600 million light-years across in just 30 milliseconds. Those simulations were more accurate than those of the existing “fast” systems, which need a couple of minutes to create a simulation.

Knowledge Gap
But speed isn’t the most remarkable thing about D3M.

That would be its ability to accurately simulate what the universe would look like even if the researchers changed parameters that weren’t included in its training data. For example, they could tweak the percent of dark matter in their universe, and D3M could accurately simulate that universe’s evolution.

In addition to helping physicists like Ho better understand the universe’s evolution, this strange behavior has the potential to help computer scientists better understand AI.

“We can be an interesting playground for a machine learner to use to see why this model extrapolates so well, why it extrapolates to elephants instead of just recognizing cats and dogs,” Ho said in the press release. “It’s a two-way street between science and deep learning.”

READ MORE: The first AI capable of simulating the universe works so well it’s scary [The Next Web]

More on computer simulations: Scientists Produce Most Precise Black Hole Simulations Ever

Blockchains Needs Interoperability To Become Widely Adopted At Last. Face it: blockchain isn’t that new, mysterious thing it used to be anymore — at this point, some companies even deliberately try to use alternative terms like DLT because they think that the original dub is overhyped.

Nevertheless, blockchain is yet to solve its main dilemma. It has been more than 10 years since the original whitepaper’s release, and the technology is still not adopted at the industrial scale. While yes, numerous companies and governments across the world have been experimenting with the technology, the main consensus is that the technology is not “mature enough”.

So what are the main reasons for this lack of adoption? Lack of interconnectivity between blockchains!
More: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/let-clear-blockchains-needs-interoperability-164200278.html

Apple / Re: Jony Ive is leaving Apple
« on: 28-06-2019, 22:09:56 »
Jony Ive was working for Apple since 1996.

Apple / Jony Ive is leaving Apple
« on: 28-06-2019, 22:09:07 »
Jony Ive is leaving Apple after more than two decades in which his iconic designs for the Mac, iPod and iPhone turned one of Silicon Valley’s faded giants into the world’s most valuable company and defined a generation of consumer products. 

Sir Jonathan is setting up his own new venture, a creative business called LoveFrom, with Apple as its first client. The transition will begin later this year, with LoveFrom launching fully in 2020.  More here: https://www.ft.com/content/947e557a-98a8-11e9-8cfb-30c211dcd229

Cryptocurrency / Bitcoin is mooning - 13K USD 1 BTC now
« on: 26-06-2019, 20:09:29 »
To the moonnnnnn - One Bitcoin is worth over 13K usd right now.

Cryptocurrency / Re: Bitcoin Price Smashes Past $11,000
« on: 26-06-2019, 17:13:09 »
Me waking up and seeing the Bitcoin price

Cryptocurrency / Re: Bitcoin can hit $100k in next bull run
« on: 26-06-2019, 17:09:07 »
For the new people in the crypto space what you seeing right now is nothing compare to what it could potentially happen. Hang in tight and enjoy the ride.

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