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An Appeal for Clarity about Bitcoin.com's Commitment to Testnet Development

TL;DR - Testnet infrastructure is flaky and, as a developer, this makes development and user experimentation frustrating and more difficult than it should be; does bitcoin.com have an updated "official position" on their commitment to testnet?; I am willing to pay for a reasonable level of reliable infrastructure to whoever can provide it
I appreciate all testnet infrastructure that is in place (mostly provided by bitcoin.com, since that's what I've been using with Bitbox), so thank you very much to bitcoin.com and the community for providing all of that. I also realize and respect that Prod systems are #1 in terms of maintenance priority and that they are not obligated to provide ANY testnet infrastructure, so I appreciate what has been there in the past - please, do not forget that!
I only do part-time BCH development and admittedly am taking a hack-and-slash development/experiment approach to see what works/is cool, which is why I'd rather mitigate my financial risk with TBCH rather than try to come up with a "secure" development/sharing model. I'd also like to make it low risk to demonstrate on a webapp the cool things that OTHER people can do with cryptocurrency, especially over the internet! The testnet faucet could be a great resource for that and I'd really like to be able to keep using that.
However, there have been several periods of sub-optimal software development where the infrastructure is down for days or weeks without explanation or communication (now is one of those periods where tbitdb and TBCH block explorer is down). I've heard (informally, through some developers) that developing on testnet is not a good idea due to these infrastructure issues, but I've also heard from bitcoin.com/some of its folks that testnet infrastructure is something that they support.
I have been assuming I could develop and demonstrate apps on testnet, but this has been getting progressively more difficult. I am willing to develop against mainnet to get the benefits of app ecosystem reliability, but this goes against my better instincts as a software developer for testing purposes. If I want people to "try stuff out" with crypto, I'd also like to be able to give away/leave behind paper wallets with TBCH rather than real BCH (one scales much better than the other!).
I'm hoping I and others in similar situations can get clarity from bitcoin.com about what we should expect in the future with regards to testnet infrastructure support and uptime. Again, I am willing to rethink going to mainnet to do my testing and experimentation, but I feel that's the wrong way to attract new developers to the space. I'd even pay to have access to a reliable testnet environment (explorerest.bitcoin.com/BitDB server) - is this something else other developers would find worthwhile, too?
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r/Bitcoin recap - December 2019

Hi Bitcoiners!
I’m back with the 36th monthly Bitcoin news recap.
For those unfamiliar, each day I pick out the most popularelevant/interesting stories in Bitcoin and save them. At the end of the month I release them in one batch, to give you a quick (but not necessarily the best) overview of what happened in bitcoin over the past month.
You can see recaps of the previous months on Bitcoinsnippets.com
A recap of Bitcoin in December 2019
Adoption
Development
Security
Mining
Business
Education
Regulation & Politics
Archeology (Financial Incumbents)
Price & Trading
Fun & Other
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Dondice gambling community and a intro to online bitcoin (cryptocurrency) gambling / casino websites

The Dondice Community
There are a lot of gamblers around, actually crypto gambling has become quite large with people gambling from all around the world. The idea of Dondice is to create a free- and open community dedicated to online gambling, to have fun with gamblers all around the world, share some tips and trick and provide you with unbiased reviews about all the gambling websites that are out there!
If you have any kind of question or if you would like to join the community and help out, please visit and join us on Telegram:
Telegram Group (Dondice)
( https://t.me/dondice )

We hope to launch our website asap, which will also include all kinds of tips, information, faq and a forum!
Play smart play like a slug - Dondice!
Online Cryptocurrency based Casino's Ever since the rise of Bitcoin there are quite some different cryptocurrencies available, for example: Ethereum, Ripple, Dash, Tezos, Litecoin and many many more.For more informatie about cryptocurrencies itself I would kindly suggest to look on the world-famous search-engine ;)One of the advantages of these digital currencies is that you can easily trade (buy or sell) the coins to your foreign currency f..e (USD). You can store your coins in a personal wallet (tip: buy a hardware wallet like a Ledger) to avoid losing your private- keys or getting hacked.
Gambling with crypto Trading crypto on an exchange is a bit of gambling already, right?Buying and Selling coins with the intention to accumulate even more coins, or Fiat money with the risk of losing your funds if the trade doesn't end up as expected.There are tons of Bitcoin related gambling website's (a bit similar to online- casino's that only accepted fiat currencies back in the days).These site's mostly offer popular games like dice, roulette, blackjack, bust, poker, baccarat, craps and slots. Even live sportsbetting betting with crypto coins are available. (You can find more on that in our WiKi which is currently WiP).
In order to start playing on those websites, you basically only need to visit the website, register a username (or for more security create an account, including a strong password and 2- Factor authentication [2-FA] enabled), select the cryptocurrency of choice and generate the deposit address.
You can now send (deposit) coins from your own personal wallet / or from an exchange to the gamble site! Mostly after 1 confirmation on the blockchain your coin's will be visible and you can immediately start to test your luck!
Note:
Some website's offer free "faucet" coins, which are often worth just a few dollar cents. Since faucets have been massively exploited by people and you will see less and less faucets.Instead you often receive a bonus for the amount in Bitcoin you wagered, during your game sessions and/or receive a certain % rakeback. Depending on your rank on the platform, the higher the rake back / bonuses will be. 
About DonDice Dondice occidentalis is a species of sea slug, therefore the perfect nickname for online gambling. One of the most important things in online gambling is "patience & money- management", don't gamble money that you cannot afford to lose!!Only play for fun so you are not to generate some sort of income this will comes with stress and you will get in troubles very soon.Because of my experience as a (crypto) gambler, I've seen a lot of different website's offering cryptocurrency based gambling games. Some of these website's are legitimate companies that do feel legit, the support is great and the gaming experience in itself is mostly excellent.
BUT there are like on any other spot on the internet "scammers" who run these casino's and basically steal your coins or they have a fraudulent algorithm that makes you lose on certain conditions.I had to experience this myself and lost a lot on that particular website, which is still actively being promoted and used by people who have no clue that they are being scammed.
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Beermoney Essentials: 6 Ways To Earn Passively With Cryptocurrencies In 2018

Hey guys!
This is my second "Beermoney Essentials" post. Here's the first one about Chrome Extensions if you missed it a year ago. These types of posts basically are just about things have seem to become 'essential' information in terms of Beermoney.
This post is going to be about Cryptocurrency. Cryptocurrency has been becoming more and more popular around the beermoney community, and I think it's safe to say that 2018 will be the year of cryptos.
Here's what this post is NOT. This post will not be the 'here's what cryptos I think you should buy and hodl in 2018'. This post IS going to be about cryptos you can get into and do whatever you want to without having to directly invest in them. So yeah, this post is mostly going to be about mining.

6 Ways To Earn Passively With Cryptocurrencies

Alright, so in this post, I'm going to split things up into 4 parts:

Part 1: GPU mining

Does anyone here remember Nice Hash? (I mean, it technically still is a thing actually). Nice Hash is/was a nice site that would allow you to use your PC to mine. I believe they actually mined ETH (I think), but they were nice because they paid out in BTC (which most people prefer). It was really the easy way for just about anyone to get into mining (assuming you have a decent GPU). Just a month or so ago they claim to have been "hacked" and they lost (at the time) ~$60 million in users' bitcoin. For whatever reason a lot of people wanted them to resume operating after the bits were lost, so they are back up. I won't recommend Nicehash at all. I don't think they were really hacked, and I do think it was an inside job. If you want to use Nicehash, you can. I just really don't recommend it, and there are plenty of alternatives. Here are just a few that I found.

WinMiner

WinMiner is a really neat alternative to NiceHash. From what it seems, the payouts on Winminer are a bit lower, but there are a couple advantages to using this site that might outweigh the lower payouts. First of all, Winminer is really easy to use, you can just download it and set it up, and it's all set. The thing about Winminer that is really nice is that you can get paid out in many different ways. If you want, you can cash out to Bitcoin, but they have a $100 minimum, and the fees are really high, so there's a good chance you won't want Bitcoin. Alternatively, you can withdraw your balance to PayPal, ETH, LTC, Amazon, or iTunes. One thing I don't necessarily like about Winminer is that it does keep your balance in USD at all times, so if you earn for a month and go to withdraw if bitcoin's price goes up 50% in that month, you won't get that bonus reflected on your total cashed out because it was in USD. It's probably not an issue for most people.

Kryptex | Nonref

I have been using Kryptex since just after the announcement of NiceHash being hacked. It has a nice UI and it is very customizable with its settings. This is probably the closest site to the original NiceHash. You can request a payout in Bitcoin any time after you have 0.0006 BTC. One thing about Kryptex is that it does have a referral system. You can earn 10% of your referral's earnings. I shamelessly put my referral link above. Feel free to give it a click if you want.
I don't really prefer this site over WinMiner because it doesn't offer quite as many methods of payments, but here it is anyways.

Part 2: CPU Mining

CPU Mining for Bitcoin has been dead for a long time, but there are still some ways to use your CPU to earn some crypto passively.

LoadTeam

LoadTeam used to be a site that would pay you to test loading websites in the background passively. It was never a lot of money (and it still isn't), but they made the change a few months ago to switch over to Crypto Mining. I actually didn't even notice the switch, but I checked my account after a couple months and I had a few dollars sitting there. LoadTeam offers instant paypal transfers with no fee for all balances over $1. It's pretty nice. I didn't even notice a difference in CPU usage over the last few months. I think of it as an easy couple dollars a month, and it runs entirely in the background.

CoinHive Monero Mining

You might have seen this around a bit. CoinHive is a service that allows sites to mine monero in the background(ish). Some sites have been using Coinhive as an alternate to advertising/adblockers. There are a few sites that have been adding coinhive to their site. You can run this passively in the background.
I don't know all of the sites that have CoinHive, but two big ones I know of are FreeBitco.in and CoinPot.
FYI, I think Freebitco.in links are blocked on reddit, but if anyone wants my referral link, send me a PM. I give 100% of my referral earnings back to my referrals.

Part 3: PoC Mining

Burstcoin Mining

PoC Mining you might not have heard of, but it's fucking cool. PoC = Proof of Capacity. While CPU mining uses a computer's CPU, and GPU mining uses graphics cards, PoC mining uses free storage to mine. The appeal of PoC mining is that it seems like everybody has free storage. Check around your house, maybe you'll find a nice external hard drive with some space on it. You can use this to mine from.
Now I know I said above that this wasn't going to be a post of me telling you what cryptos I recommend for you to invest in, but here's my quick pitch for Burstcoin. Burstcoin is the worlds first (and only) PoC coin. It is the "green" crypto. Mining Burstcoin takes up 400x less power than a crypto like Bitcoin. It's really pretty fucking cool, and I absolutely support the coin. Feel free to read more about Burstcoin on /burstcoin, and check out the recent announcement of Dymaxion.
But you're here to learn how to earn from PoC Mining passively.
Unlike CPU and GPU mining, it is a lot more hard to get into because there are a lot more steps involved to setting it up. You'll actually need to know how to 'plot' your storage and set up a mining pool.
I'm not going to write out the entire process because there are plenty of other resources to help you out.
One thing I really recommend is QBundle 1.6, which is probably the closest thing that will walk you through the process of setting up a wallet for burst and start plotting and then mining with your storage.
One thing I'll also point out is that in order to mine burst with a pool you will need at least one burst in order to set the reward recipient. There are faucets you can get a free burst from, but if you can't get the faucets to work, feel free to send me a PM and I'll send over everyone who wants to get into burst a coin to set the recipient.
Here's a video explaining burstcoin a bit more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fyj9RIyxLb4
If there are requests, I will happily make a video explaining how to get started mining with Burstcoin.

Part 4: Saving/Investing

Okay, I said this post wasn't about investing in cryptos, and that's not what this section is about, at all.
This part of the post is about using the cryptos you already have to earn more crypto. There are quite a few options in this space, but I do advise you to take all caution when investing your cryptos into anything. Realize that ANYTHING can become a scam when you're not holding your own private keys.

FreeBitco.in

I've mentioned this a few times in the past, but Freebitco.in allows you to use their site has a savings account/wallet and they pay 4.08% annual compounded interest per year on all your balances held (they pay interest daily). I've been hodling bitcoin on there on and off for quite a long while now and it's really nice. Another advantage I could point out is that their site does work as a wallet as well, and while bitcoin's fees are going crazy, you have the option of setting up an automatic weekly cash out (when you're ready to cash out your balance on their site) and the fee is just 3000 satoshi, or you can sign up for a 1-6 hour payment with a heavily reduced fee, or instant with a full average fee. It's really nice having those options.
Freebitco.in does offer a 25% referral bonus for all interest paid out on their site, and I wrote above:
FYI, I think Freebitco.in links are blocked on reddit, but if anyone wants my referral link, send me a PM. I give 100% of my referral earnings back to my referrals.
I have been paying 100% back for over a year now, and I don't plan on changing that.
Please remember: if you do deposit anything onto freebitco.in that is a risk you're taking.

Conclusion

There are a lot of different ways you can use Cryptocurrencies to your benefit. Even if you don't have a good CPU, GPU, or have much free storage, there are still options for you, and maybe you could even consider taking some of your profits from beermoney in 2018 and putting it into upgrading your own set up, or taking some profits and investing into the cryptos you support.
Previous Beermoney Essentials Posts:
Feeling like sending some cryptobits? Feel free:
BTC: 16quTAkbE5sj7doXcPgGBoUemQgdcQRv84
BCH: 1bHj58bVAAPt4wd6SNUbPxBLP6xHFXc5t
ETH: 0x95F33586adb84EE4568C9556a24b340E5eD51604
LTC: LMvtC4Ltaghyb5k5Ssh1sFn9qnqsHfcTpV
XMR: 42B8knrqLAE2BMbiWtqTcrc1W9mNy2PxdVW32oZaBNAJNjDHMWwMJkCFhHWd3aPczi4gYTon73dqX3iv1GK2tUQKJDC2pWV
BURST: BURST-L3AD-N8MX-BVJD-BW54B
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Wallet ELI5’s –

Wallet ELI5’s –
Last year my dogetip address was hacked and emptied. Half a year ago I lost my private key of a Doge address and lost a few thousand coins. Just a few days somebody stole my odem tokens from my myetherwallet, just to name some things that happened to me
So, first of all, I want to state that I am still learning (and will keep learning) and I will shy no effort to protect my (precious) coins. I’m over 60 but well versed in computers and programming; ever since the ‘80’s when I started playing the hobbit on my Atari with a tape cassette. I had to overwrite Frank Zappa, and I still miss the original sound of “Peaches in Regalia“ (or something like that) but I had a lot of fun making maps of the dungeons.
A year and a half ago I started looking into Doge. I had heard about bitcoin, and I even had an address, but I never followed up on it. Doge although attracted my attention right from the start. Don’t really remember why exactly, but at that time I was bedridden for some months and started looking into crypto and alt coins. As I had all the time of the world, faucets took me into this world and I started accumulating some coins. So .. out of the about 20 faucets I used, 3 cheated me and did never pay me. An online wallet took all my coins I had with them. A faucet accumulator site never paid my earnings either. And so on.
I took my losses and kept going (as I said before, I had all the time of the world). But why Doge? Well, that was quite easy because it had the best pay-off relation to usd and bitcoin. You could easily make double or triple from DOGE against BTC.
After being ripped off a few times, I ran into fluvio’s wallet ELI5’s on the Doge reddit. Nearly every time someone mentions wallets on the doge reddit, he follows with his remarks and links. And now you can even find them on the right panel.
And rightly so !!
So I tried to follow his advice. I started generating my own addresses and keys. And man, Yeah!, it worked and it was fun. I now have a lot of btc and doge addresses that are my own and I have the private keys. So I tried moving around coins with those addresses, and it worked. Mind you, I was still using on and off line wallets (clients), but it worked like a charm.
Ok, so the addresses generating thing (WalletGenerator.net-master) worked and was useful. But in the meantime my coins were still being stolen. Change passwords, change identities, reinstalls, 2fa, anti-phishing programs .. Each time I thought I resolved a problem, 2 others came up.
I thought that using coinbin-master would be too difficult, so I looked for a work-around. And what I did was using dogechain.info wallet with my own generated addresses (import your private keys), did what I wanted to do (transfer funds) and directly transferred them back to one of my (own, safely generated personal) addresses. That works.
After that some of my ether tokens were stolen. And again I did what I possibly could do (the most memorably thing was to install meta-mask and phisf-protect. But (of course?), I could not find the real cause of the problem or something like generating ETH addresses on the wallet-generator. There are other ones.. but still…
So a few days ago I decided to go through with the ELI5’s. (coinbin-master). And I must say, I learned a lot. And yes, it worked with my btc addresses and my Doge addresses. And yes, this should be the way to do things.
That’s my journey until now.
So now I’m trying to resolve the problems of coinbin-master. Reading the ELI5’s I first was disappointed with the use of the terms address and wallet
An address is a key to which (or from which) transactions can be sent. A wallet is a collection of addresses with their private keys
I think we should really, really try to differentiate these two terms. At least, that’s my opinion and of course that is not core.
More important was that changing coins is not that easy (it keeps going back to btc), no ether support (yeah, yeah, I know that is something completely different) although it is reading the utox, it does so in a deterministic, sequential way. That is to say, the first one (oldest) rules: you can choose deleting following ones but not the first one. I find that quite bothersome (I can do it the way I want in the electrum wallet . ) online, offline, when and when not, that is kind of confusing (at least not user-friendly)
So just to resume: Great work on the EILI5’s. But ..
To go mainstream … a lot of technical details still have to be worked out (of course) to make wallets and transactions safe and easy.
And about the safety part … Put at least a mayor part somewhere where you can control (generate and move with private keys) coins or otherwise be prepared to lose your assets
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HackNRack RPG October Harvest Tournament - $250+ in Prizes (GiftCards/PayPal/Bitcoin) - w/ up to 30 Place Winners!

HackNRack.com is a Free-To-Play, "Hacker" Simulation, MMO-RPG Browser Game, where you "hack" other players for in-game currency, which can be cashed out for Gift Cards, Paypal, or Bitcoin.
The game is pretty simple to play, as it is just a point-and-click game, works off of a basic "Offense vs Defense" system, and it still has a pretty small user base; I think 200 users at the time of this post, but only like 10 of them actively play. So their is still plenty of room to grow.
The website/game was launched back in June, hosted a pretty successful Tournament on July 4th, and has seen several updates over the past few months, with even some talk of adding "Player Items and Gear", a "Crafting System and Player Market", and even some pretty intense "Clan Wars"; so I do see it gaining some real potential here soon.
The revenue generated to pay players with comes from several sources and not just mere ad revenue, as there are 3 functioning "Offerwalls", as well as a completely integrated Referral commission system in place behind a large list of external Bitcoin Faucets (as well as Faucets for 8 other crypto-currencies) in which players can claim from, in exchange for in-game points in HackNRack. This creates quick, accessible funds for the website to pay players with.
Some of you remember the last Tournament back in July, which turned out to be a blast! So I thought I would share the next upcoming Tournament: The "October Hackers Harvest Festival"!
Starting Oct 7th and ending Oct 14th at Midnight, Players will compete for the Top 30 Prizes by earning the most in-game points from a "Dispenser", "Mini-Drip", and a "Crypto" menu on the website!
-The "Dispenser" works like a Bitcoin faucet, dispensing in-game points at set intervals of time. -The "Mini-Drip" links work more like a Pay-2-Click site, where you click a link, view an ad for 15 seconds, then leave and get rewarded. -The "Crypto" menu works like a Bitcoin Faucet List, only you get in-game points for the commissions you generate when using this list. *During this next Tournament, the points from Cryptos will also be rewarding DOUBLE in TOURNAMENT points, so be sure to remember that!
***Prizes are as follows: 1st Place = $100 in PayPal, Amazon GiftCard, Bitcoin, or In-Game Pts! - (Player choice) 2nd Place = $50 in PayPal, Amazon GiftCard, Bitcoin, or In-Game Pts! - (Player choice) 3rd Place = $25 in PayPal, Amazon GiftCard, Bitcoin, or In-Game Pts! - (Player choice) 4th Place = $15 in PayPal, Amazon GiftCard, Bitcoin, or In-Game Pts! - (Player choice) 5th Place = $10 in PayPal, Amazon GiftCard, Bitcoin, or In-Game Pts! - (Player choice) 6th Place = $5 in In-Game Pts! 7th Place = $4 in In-Game Pts! 8th Place = $3 in In-Game Pts! 9th Place = $2 in In-Game Pts! 10th Place = $1 in In-Game Pts! 11th - 30th Places = will each receive different percentages of the Crypto-Pot! (See details on the website)
So if any of this sounds interesting to you, come check it out @ HackNRack.com What do you got to lose?
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TODO LIST

With the Proposal System now live, anyone can propose work to do for BiblePay coins, if your proposal gets enough Yes votes from Sanctuary owners, your proposal will be funded the BiblePay coins you requested.
Amount of Coins available from Monthly Proposal Budget: 10% Charity 5% IT 2.5% PR (Public Relations) 2.5% P2P (Orphan Letter Writing, Pay To Preach, Pay to be a Priest, FAQ writers, Social Media functions)

How to Submit a Proposal? http://wiki.biblepay.org/Create_Sanctuary_2#SUBMIT_PROPOSAL
TODO LIST
ADVERTISING / MARKETING:
Facebook: https://www.reddit.com/BiblePay/comments/7m6v7w/biblepay_facebook/
Bounties: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=238.0 Examples: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1947857.0
Bitcointalk Advertising: http://forum.biblepay.org/index.php?topic=68.0
Bitcointalk Banner Ad: http://forum.biblepay.org/index.php?topic=83.0
Reddit Ad: http://forum.biblepay.org/index.php?topic=82.0
Twitter & Reddit Advertising: http://forum.biblepay.org/index.php?topic=47.0 http://forum.biblepay.org/index.php?topic=92.0
PR Communications: http://forum.biblepay.org/index.php?topic=72.0
Write and Publish Articles on Crypto and Christian Websites
Competitor Comparison Article and Infographic
Slide Deck http://smallbusiness.chron.com/deck-marketing-64930.html Slide decks are full of infographics and data optimized for "at-a-glance" viewing. BiblePay needs a substantial marketing deck
WRITE REVIEWS
Is This Coin a Scam: https://isthiscoinascam.com/check/biblepay
Masternodes Reviewed: https://masternodesreviewed.com/CoinsWithMasternodes/biblepay-bbp/
RESEARCH / IDEAS:
Listing on Bigger Exchange https://www.reddit.com/BiblePay/comments/7dt8k3/help_list_biblepay_on_bigger_exchange/ http://forum.biblepay.org/index.php?topic=97.0
Spreading Gospel & Knowing Jesus https://www.reddit.com/BiblePay/comments/7du3kg/spreading_the_gospel_knowing_jesus/
Helping the Unbanked Poor in Third World Countries: https://www.reddit.com/BiblePay/comments/7qh2mz/helping_the_unbanked_poor_in_third_world_countries/
DESIGN:
BitcoinTalk Banner Add (HTML/CSS): https://www.reddit.com/BiblePay/comments/7ndg5g/bitcointalk_banner_ad_need_htmlcss_skills/
Wallet Design https://www.reddit.com/BiblePay/comments/75hkkw/looking_for_wallet_designe
New Website http://forum.biblepay.org/index.php?topic=101.0
Pool Website http://pool.biblepay.org/
LANGUAGE TRANSLATIONS:
Bitcointalk Announcement: https://www.reddit.com/BiblePay/comments/7qmt6m/bitcointalk_main_post_language_translations/
Documentation & Website: https://www.reddit.com/BiblePay/comments/7dyabk/help_translate_website_documentation_to_othe
Articles: https://www.reddit.com/BiblePay/comments/7nqlxu/articles_in_other_languages/
Wallet: https://github.com/biblepay/biblepay
TECHNICAL:
Write Guides / Create Video Tutorials https://www.reddit.com/BiblePay/comments/7jbfmw/help_write_guides_create_video_tutorials/ http://forum.biblepay.org/index.php?topic=58.0
White Paper http://pool.biblepay.org/Docs/BiblePay_White_Paper.pdf https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2388064.msg34260952#msg34260952
CHARITIES / NON PROFITS:
Hiring Director of Charity Integration: https://www.reddit.com/BiblePay/comments/7mj66u/hiring_for_director_of_charity_integration/
RECRUITING:
Build Slack Team: https://www.reddit.com/BiblePay/comments/75hozh/slack_team/
Bounty for SegWit Developer! https://www.reddit.com/BiblePay/comments/7dm7wo/bounty_for_segwit_develope
Hiring C++ Blockchain Developer: https://www.reddit.com/BiblePay/comments/7ph4k8/hiring_c_develope
Recruiting http://forum.biblepay.org/index.php?topic=85.0 http://forum.biblepay.org/index.php?topic=103.0
PROGRAMMING:
Mobile Wallet (IN DEVELOPMENT): https://www.reddit.com/BiblePay/comments/7esc05/mobile_wallet/ Need Testers!: http://forum.biblepay.org/index.php?topic=148.0
Proposal Generator https://proposal.dash.org/ https://github.com/dashevo/proposal-generator https://github.com/dashevo/bitcore-lib-dash
Proposal TrackeViewer https://www.dashninja.pl/ https://github.com/elbereth/dashninja-fe
https://www.dashcentral.org/ https://www.dash.org/forum/threads/dashcentral-org-masternode-monitoring-and-budget-voting.5924/
In Wallet Governance (PIVX? 1 - 2)
Wallet Language Translations: https://github.com/biblepay/biblepay
Deflationary Tracking: https://www.reddit.com/BiblePay/comments/7nql2g/deflationary_tracking/
Javascript Web Browser Mining: https://www.reddit.com/BiblePay/comments/76gxwn/javascript_web_browser_mining/
Hack ASIC-Resistance: https://www.reddit.com/BiblePay/comments/7m5eyv/hack_biblepay_asic_resistance_and_receive_reward/
Stratis Fork: https://www.reddit.com/BiblePay/comments/7i9pfp/stratis_fork/
Retirement Accounts: https://www.reddit.com/BiblePay/comments/7aset9/retirement_coins_rbbp/
Faucet: https://www.reddit.com/BiblePay/comments/7m6t8s/build_2nd_faucet/ http://forum.biblepay.org/index.php?topic=80.0
Pool: https://www.reddit.com/BiblePay/comments/7m5xqi/need_2nd_pool_again/
MISC:
Sanctuary (Masternode) Shares: https://www.reddit.com/BiblePay/comments/7jva2w/masternode_sanctuary_shares/
WAITING:
Debit Card: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2388064.msg25050743#msg25050743 https://uquid.com/dash-debit-card
Hardware Wallet Support: https://www.reddit.com/BiblePay/comments/7okhl5/hardware_wallet_support/
IDEAS
Other Masternode Coin Proposals: https://www.reddit.com/BiblePay/comments/7vtewk/proposals_of_other_masternode_coins/
WHAT CAN YOU DO EVERY DAY?
Vote for Exchange Listings:
Next.Exchange: https://nextexchange.featureupvote.com/suggestions/3384/biblepay-bbp
AltCoin.Exchange: https://feedback.altcoinexchange.com/suggestions/2114/pls-add-biblepay-bbp
Get.Delta: https://ask.getdelta.io/coin-requests/p/biblepay-bbp
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Spread the word of BiblePay! Be active in the community! Give ideas and feedback!
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Bitcointalk: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2388064 Official Forum: http://forum.biblepay.org/
Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/BiblePay/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BiblePay Discord: https://discordapp.com/invite/yWgbKdM
How to Get BiblePay Coins?: https://www.reddit.com/BiblePay/comments/7nevdg/how_to_get_biblepay_bbp_coins/
Faucets: https://www.reddit.com/BiblePay/comments/76mqqf/biblepay_faucet_free_bbp_coins_for_registering/ http://biblepayfaucet.com/
Gospel Links: https://www.reddit.com/BiblePay/comments/7e9uho/gospel_link_rewards/
Orphan Letter Writing: https://www.reddit.com/BiblePay/comments/7647fc/please_remember_to_write_orphan_letters/
Please let me know if you have any ideas/work to add to the TODO list
submitted by togoshige to BiblePay [link] [comments]

Capitalist Household Technique

We all talk about Capitalism in the abstract sense and applying it to distant things, but if we really want this to work we have to apply it right to the core of our personal lives our households and even our marriages.
I have basically embraced private property separation even inside my household and agreed with my wife that it’s much better if the clear lines of our properties are drawn so that we don’t have to fight over things. I think this is very important for a successful marriage.
The premise is that without clearly drawn property lines, you have fights over who owns what, and if neither side concedes, that only leads to conflict, wars in real life. And especially Socialism, where 1 party will leech off the surplus generated by the other party, without the other one knowing it since it’s not well defined (ex: Bob and Jim pay each 200$ for rent for a 400$ ,3 room house, yet Bob uses 2 rooms while Jim only 1, since their usage property is not clearly defined, one party is leeching off the other).
This is very important in marriages. I mean hundreds of academic studies have came out proving that separate budgets in marriages can be extremely beneficial,but not only that, even things like sleeping in different rooms can be helpful.
So the “traditional” way of looking at Marriage as a Communist union, is no longer working, it never did, but people are only now finding it out.
And I have known this for some time, and before we married I discussed this with my wife, and she agreed that making clear distinctions as to what will be our property is very important. Of course this assumes that you marry a reasonable intelligent girl, not a SJW feminist in the first place.
We have signed a pre-marriage agreement to separate our pre-marriage property. Unfortunately this is not entirely applicable, there are some Socialist clauses in there thanks to Feminist Marriage Laws by the Government, but still better than nothing. Now hopefully this will never have to be applied, but always good to be prepared.
Then I have my house on my name, it’s a pretty big house, but I have no problem sharing it with my wife, she is my wife after all.
But we have set clear lines as to where our property ends, perhaps our usage rights, since the property is de jure still mine, so our household is structured this way.
First of all our budged it separated, we instantly agreed that messing with eachother’s income will only lead to fighting. My wife earns well, but I earn more, though my wife is very proud and satisfied with what she earns.
She is kind of a Feminist, but the 1945’s type of feminist, the “independent woman” type that can work hard and be proud of what she earns, not the SJW-Communist type Feminist that you see on Social Media.
So I told her if she ever needs any money, don’t hesitate to ask, I will give it to her kindly, but we don’t interfere in eachother’s spending habits, and she barely asks for money mostly out of pride. That is how I like women to behave, and that is the only Feminism I can support, not the SJW type.
Definitely she should not interfere in my investments, which she knows full well that she doesn’t have a clue about how to invest so leave that to the professionals, the same way I never criticized her over what clothes or shoes she buys, though I tell her my opinion if I find her good looking in them or not.
Now aside from budgets, the other important part is to draw clear lines in personal space.
We even tried sleeping in different rooms for a week, like it’s told on many marriage forums, but it didn’t worked out. I guess we are still young and like to sleep together, it must have been an advice for older couples I guess.
So we share the bedroom, there is no other way there. However I have my own “office room” where I keep my computers and personal items, and she doesn’t have rights over there to mess with my stuff, I don’t even like if she cleans there, I clean that room alone, so that is my exclusive property that I insist.
The only thing about the bedroom that I insisted is that she doesn’t put smart shit in there due to privacy issues. I mean many Smart TV can be hacked and hackers can watch you through it, so that is the last thing I want in our bedroom.
On the other side she has her own room where she keeps her cat, her laptop and smart gadgets, she is into this IoT stuff, so she keeps her gadgets there, I don’t want it all over the house for privacy reasons.
And the rest of the house is shared, the kitchen, bathroom, attic ,etc…
She cleans and cooks, but I make up for it in other places, and we split the bills though I pay for her car since that was a gift from me. And I pay the property tax since it’s my house.
I think it’s very beneficial if you organize your marriage this way, the fact that you know exactly what belongs to whom and where are the limits of your property makes marriage less about fighting and more about cooperating.
Entire generations have been brought up on this Communist styled marriage, and they always fight over what to buy with the “common budget” or the woman spends too much, etc..
It’s just much better if everything is quantified and then everyone knows her limits.
In the Communist styled marriage everything becomes dull and boring, even the sexual life, as everything is just assumed that it’s free.
In this kind of marriage everything is colorful, and exciting, I buy gifts to her frequently, and I always have to seduce her, nothing is pre-assumed.
I think this is the recipe for a successful marriage, and to keep that vibe alive, is to make everything exciting and romantic and new every time, which can only be done in this private property system, and even Capitalists fall prey into this Communist trap.
Many Capitalists after they marry the wife starts interfering into his business, demands a lot of free stuff, his credit card, etc.. I think that is just wrong.
Now we don’t have kids yet, but we are planning, and I will adopt the same technique for the kids as well.
Kids have to learn from the start that nothing is free, and they should get an allowance, and the parents should teach them how to spend it responsibly or even invest it.
I thank my father for showing this to me, I used to spend my allowance as a kid, but when I turned a teenager he opened a bank account for me and I put all my savings there, heck back then they did pay some interest, now they don’t, but at least I have learned a lesson. And I barely spent it, and actually it helped me save up for my first car.
It’s very important that kids learn this lesson, now it’s even easier, the kids can just save in Bitcoins and other cryptos, there is no age minimum there, so any kid can already start saving and investing there.
In my opinion if you really want Capitalism so succeed you have to apply it in every faucet of your life, not just intellectually, while living like a leftist.
I would like to hear how you guys organize your household and marriage, see if you actually apply what you believe in.
submitted by alexander7k to Anarcho_Capitalism [link] [comments]

What are Bitcoin Faucets?

What are Bitcoin Faucets?
Bitcoin faucets are reward systems which are in the form of a website or app. The process involves the dispensing of rewards at predetermined intervals of time. Individuals are rewarded for completing a captcha or any other tasks described on the website and can win prizes for games like “Bitcoin fidget spinner”. Individuals can claim fractions of Bitcoin as rewards, and need to wait a certain amount of time between winning more free bitcoin.
Why Bitcoin Faucets?
Faucet websites strategically attract many visitors through the incentive to win “rewards”. Most of the faucet websites and apps offer Bitcoins as rewards in the form of Satoshi. One Satoshi is a hundredth of a million Bitcoin (BTC), which is 1 Satoshi = 0.00000001 ฿. In turn, these websites display advertisements provided by advertisers who are paying the faucet owners to display ads on their websites. The reward system prompts visitors to return to the faucet website to spend time effectively earning Satoshi rewards. When visitors click the advertisements which are on display, faucet owners can generate high revenues.
Who uses Bitcoin Faucets?
Bitcoin faucet is a platform for many novice users who are willing to learn about bitcoin and who would like to spend extra time on these websites and apps to claim rewards.
How are Bitcoin Faucets websites and apps handing out free Bitcoins?
Bitcoin faucet websites are giving away free Bitcoins for the following reasons:
  1. People learn about Bitcoin
  2. People earn from Bitcoin
The business model of a bitcoin faucet is very simple; visitors visit the site and provide their bitcoin wallet address or email id that is associated with a wallet. Timers on these websites track the time spent by each visitor on the faucet website and after a certain period of time, the visitor is entitled to a reward. Filling out a captcha or solving a simple math puzzle is then required to claim the reward. This reward is credited to the wallet immediately or on a designated weekly payout day.
Both the faucet visitor and the faucet owner are paid for watching and posting ads respectively – most of these websites have an enormous quantity of ads posted on the web pages. To prevent one person from claiming all the rewards, faucets fix a time interval between 5 minutes and 24 hours between each visit. If someone claims over 120 times in 24 hours, he or she will be banned forever from logging into the website and getting payouts.
However, several deceitful faucets deliberately place ads such that an individual would accidentally click an ad instead of “claim bitcoins” button. This type of business model is attracting cheap traffic and driving them to click on these ads.
“Cheap” traffic gets generated from a referral system. Bitcoin faucets allow visitors to earn a percentage of the Bitcoins and the remaining is granted to visitors who have joined through a referral system. The generating of more traffic with this method is a thriving industry and has enabled the creation of a contemporary website known as “The Bitcoin Faucet Rotator”.
A faucet rotator is a website that allows a visitor to quickly surf through various faucets available without opening a new tab or a new site for each ad. Rotator, at a quick pace, helps individuals to visit every paying faucet to save time as some of the ads gets refreshed frequently.
You might think by visiting faucets that you could make a lot of money but keep in mind that it’s not a realistic choice. After hours of work, moving from website to website, you might end up with only a few bucks. Even after 24 hours of work, anyone who claims a new batch of coins every 30 seconds and plays faucets that are paying 10,000 Satoshis (which practically don’t exist), would be making 0.0024 Bitcoins on that day. That amounts to only 70 cents. However, someone who owns a faucet possibly could generate decent revenue but the website would need a lot of traffic to be sustainable.
Conclusion
Faucets are the most popular websites to help new users learn about Bitcoin while earning some Bitcoin. It is always worth being extra cautious when signing up to a faucet website. As a lot of these website owners provide many services such as, wallet hacking, account trading, and/or the cloud mining of miners can occur so one needs to be cautious when choosing passwords for the websites.
The source of this article: CryptoCurrency News
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Subreddit Stats: nyancoins top posts from 2014-01-22 to 2017-12-11 08:32 PDT

Period: 1419.14 days
Submissions Comments
Total 982 13857
Rate (per day) 0.69 9.75
Unique Redditors 223 1038
Combined Score 6770 19579

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 895 points, 208 submissions: coinaday
    1. Thank You: An interlude for gratitude (11 points, 19 comments)
    2. [community] You are a leader of Nyancoins / Herding Cats: Leading Leaders; Leadership in a Decentralized Community (10 points, 8 comments)
    3. Current Status / What I need to do (9 points, 4 comments)
    4. 1Ɲ >= 1Đ (8 points, 4 comments)
    5. I've got /nyancoin; anyone want to make use of it? (8 points, 13 comments)
    6. Want a NYAN faucet? Try out GetFairShare, a Crypto Universal Basic Income experiment; now with NYAN! (8 points, 3 comments)
    7. [finance] [theory] [first draft] Why NYAN is a great hodler's coin (8 points, 0 comments)
    8. [meta] [misadventures of coinaday] I quit! Okay, I'll stick out the two weeks. ...uh, sure, I'll try out management... ; also being a Good Samaritan feels great (8 points, 2 comments)
    9. I'm ready to give up on life; in which coinaday finally has his full-blown mental breakdown. So long, and thanks for all the rainbows! (7 points, 20 comments)
    10. Learn languages and earn NYAN: I strongly encourage everyone to sign up for (if you haven't already) and use Duolingo! (7 points, 16 comments)
  2. 588 points, 45 submissions: americanpegasus
    1. Fellow kitty-tats: We are making friends over at /dogemarket! They like us, and we should support them in kind! (31 points, 20 comments)
    2. Have you kats seen this!!? We just got mentioned in a Wired article above even Dogecoin! Wow! (30 points, 12 comments)
    3. GAME OF NYANCAT, Episode 4... Thousands of Nyancoins to win this weekend, for free! Choose your kingdom, choose your job, and claim your share of the treasure: Let's make this the biggest game yet! (28 points, 274 comments)
    4. We just passed CatCoin in marketcap: We are in 59th place and officially have lift off! Hold on to your poptarts - here we go! (28 points, 8 comments)
    5. I want to extend a huge thanks to Phecalfeliac who has successfully given us our very own tip bot! (nyantip) Please post in this topic so we can all tip you our thanks (with your own bot). (23 points, 80 comments)
    6. We are going to 500 subscribers this weekend: I guarantee it. Nyancoin has exploded, and I just want you to look at how far you've come in just 7 days. (23 points, 34 comments)
    7. Prepare to play... GAME OF NYANCAT. The Kingdom that wins will split a 1000 Nyancoin bounty, and all players are eligible for random tips. (22 points, 63 comments)
    8. GAME OF NYANCAT, Episode 2 (1/27/14)... Play NOW for free and win free Nyancoins! Every player will get tipped coins, and the Kingdom that wins will split up to a 1,000 NYAN treasure! Let the quest begin! (21 points, 73 comments)
    9. I took care of the vincent21212 & fake Nyancoin subreddit problem. (21 points, 14 comments)
    10. GAME OF NYANCAT, Episode 3 (1/28/14)... Play NOW for free and win free Nyancoins! Every player will get tipped coins, and the Kingdom that wins will split up to a 1,000 NYAN treasure! Let the quest begin! (20 points, 60 comments)
  3. 326 points, 40 submissions: atheistftwins
    1. BEWARE! Crycurex.com may be attempting to add NYAN! (22 points, 8 comments)
    2. Lets make Nyancoin games! Increased bounty size to 40,000 NYAN! (20 points, 59 comments)
    3. In honor of our recent success and becoming the biggest cat-themed coin on reddit, I'm hosting a giveaway and raffle! (15 points, 190 comments)
    4. Lets make a game for Nyancoin! 10,000 NYAN bounty! (14 points, 43 comments)
    5. Dev says Chris and the Nyancat team will begin heavy promotion of the coin soon! What should the community do to support this? (13 points, 4 comments)
    6. It's time for the community to revive this coin. Promotional campaign: 50,000 NYAN bounty! (12 points, 66 comments)
    7. Preparation for KGW: up to 11,000 NYAN giveaway. One person will walk away with 2500 NYAN! (To my knowledge the biggest tip that will have been given away here.) (11 points, 44 comments)
    8. We just passed difficulty of 10! Giving away 10 NYAN to anyone who posts here up to 1000 NYAN! (11 points, 229 comments)
    9. We need more marketing of the coin. (11 points, 21 comments)
    10. Flash NYAN giveaway! Will last 24 hours instead of usual 6. Meta-topic: What kind of giveaway does the community want? (10 points, 42 comments)
  4. 266 points, 33 submissions: braxx1980
    1. new exchange looking for trading pairs... voting NYAN up (19 points, 28 comments)
    2. maybe we need some nyancoin support from deadmau5 and skrillex (16 points, 5 comments)
    3. NYAN now also listed on cryptx.io (14 points, 5 comments)
    4. [idea] why not ask doge 4 water to add NYAN (13 points, 9 comments)
    5. NYANcoin... to boldly go where no NYAN has gone before CYBERSPACE (12 points, 8 comments)
    6. apologies to Joel (easyjo) for the FUD for altoutlet. He is the best. Giving Nyan a chance to his store... THANK YOU JOEL (12 points, 1 comment)
    7. GREAT NEWS: altoutlet.com is going to add us this week (11 points, 3 comments)
    8. TIME IS UP... let's find ourself a new developer (11 points, 9 comments)
    9. We hit COINMARKETCAP (@the moment place 66) (11 points, 18 comments)
    10. CALL OUT TO DEV: give us some status on the work on X11. I'll give you until 1 may. (10 points, 6 comments)
  5. 232 points, 29 submissions: Simcom
    1. More positive press!! The battle over Nyancoin: How a cat meme inspired a cryptocurrency war [TheDailyDot] (22 points, 1 comment)
    2. Nyancoin was just listed on it's first Chinese exchange! (15 points, 8 comments)
    3. How I feel when one of my NYAN tips is rejected. (14 points, 14 comments)
    4. [Giveaway - 2000 NyanCoin for tipping!] Go forth Space Kitties - to the the far reaches of Reddit!! Spread the the gospel of NyanCoin to all you encounter!! (14 points, 162 comments)
    5. Nyancoin is now listed on Cryptsy!!! (13 points, 14 comments)
    6. This was just shared with 3 Million People on Facebook!!! (11 points, 5 comments)
    7. Welcome newcomers! If you haven't done so already - stop by the 1st Official Reddit Giveaway thread for 33.7 free coins! [Repost] (11 points, 1 comment)
    8. Flight Commander Sgt. Fluffy McMeower, reporting for duty. (10 points, 6 comments)
    9. Let's Roll (10 points, 0 comments)
    10. Nyancoin added to the Cryptsy voting list!! VOTE NOW!!!!!! (10 points, 10 comments)
  6. 208 points, 13 submissions: nyancoin
    1. NYANCOIN FIRST OFFICIAL REDDIT GIVEAWAY - 33.7 nyancoins for the first 337 comments! (43 points, 744 comments)
    2. Nyancoin V 1.2 Out Now! Kimoto Gravity Well Implemented! MANDATORY UPDATE (28 points, 28 comments)
    3. Dev Updates (19 points, 14 comments)
    4. Some updates from the dev team (18 points, 22 comments)
    5. [Giveaway] 10 FREE NYANCOINS to the First 1000 Posts! (17 points, 204 comments)
    6. Dev Updates + Kimoto Gravity Well is here! (16 points, 17 comments)
    7. Check out the first Nyancoin promo video! (13 points, 26 comments)
    8. Nyan Cat Store Pre-opening Offer! (13 points, 40 comments)
    9. News and Update on Nyancoin (12 points, 31 comments)
    10. Nyancoin will be switching to X11 Algo! (11 points, 33 comments)
  7. 173 points, 35 submissions: KojoSlayer
    1. NyanCoin Miner v0.06 [Game WIP] (12 points, 19 comments)
    2. Nyancoin Pixel Art In MC (First Attempt!) (8 points, 5 comments)
    3. To Buy All The Nyan On Cryptsy 12.27904283 BTC Or 3004.19 US Dollars (8 points, 9 comments)
    4. New To Nyan & Cryptocurrency (7 points, 13 comments)
    5. Two Faucets?! One Week! This coins is dead I say! (7 points, 32 comments)
    6. [Bounty] 5,000 Nyan, 10,000 Nyan! Faucet! (7 points, 24 comments)
    7. [Hype][Update] Browser based MMORPG accepting Nyancoins. (7 points, 13 comments)
    8. Dice soft launch (6 points, 8 comments)
    9. Meow (6 points, 0 comments)
    10. Miners We Need YOU! (6 points, 20 comments)
  8. 163 points, 2 submissions: nyantip
    1. Hi, I am nyantip. I need karma to function. Upvote me and post something interesting in this thread to be tipped Nyancoin. (104 points, 170 comments)
    2. This is nyantip again. Do I need to submit a link to get karma? As usual, upvote me and post for a tip! (59 points, 99 comments)
  9. 117 points, 15 submissions: sillyputti
    1. I didn't finish this in time for the Game of Nyancat, but better late than never...Nyan Power! (15 points, 27 comments)
    2. Just mined my first 100 Nyan, testing out the tipbot. Come help me tip. (10 points, 101 comments)
    3. Made a tutorial for beginners on mining nyan. Let me know if I can make it better. Thanks. (10 points, 9 comments)
    4. Remember Nekonauts, we have some pretty cool subreddits worth checking out too. (10 points, 10 comments)
    5. Updated the old Java GUI Miner. Try it out and see how it works, may have some use when KGW hits. (10 points, 0 comments)
    6. Guys, guys! I saw nyancoin on the Crypto-Currency chart! (8 points, 10 comments)
    7. Brainstorming and tip session at /nyangaming (7 points, 0 comments)
    8. ELI5: The benefits of being "Officially Licensed" coin are? (7 points, 15 comments)
    9. Found my first block today. Sharing some nyan for new nekonauts. 100 nyan give away. (7 points, 122 comments)
    10. Link to the creating your own faucet (7 points, 5 comments)
  10. 103 points, 17 submissions: OnwardFlying
    1. I'm not into Nyancoins for the money, however... (12 points, 8 comments)
    2. FortyNyaners have a 0% fee, nice layout. I like. (10 points, 3 comments)
    3. Too much hashrate at Nyanmine. Please diversify! (9 points, 8 comments)
    4. IRC @ chat.freenode.net, #Nyancoin (8 points, 1 comment)
    5. The video that started it all! (7 points, 0 comments)
    6. AMD/esp. nVidia miners, get more kh/s from your cards. (6 points, 1 comment)
    7. Coined Up at 5-15 Satoshi again. Quick get your cheap nyan! (6 points, 4 comments)
    8. IRL Nyan Sightings Increase Dramatically - We need your proof they exist! (6 points, 1 comment)
    9. Is it about time we think about a good push for Cryptsy? (6 points, 15 comments)
    10. [Bounty] Create a Nyancoin meme, get 10 nyan per upvote! (6 points, 9 comments)
  11. 98 points, 5 submissions: kiyami
    1. I'm a graphic designer new to nyancoin/reddit and wanted to help out. Hope you like it! (39 points, 35 comments)
    2. Starry Night (25 points, 17 comments)
    3. Cats: Every single one has a God-complex. (19 points, 4 comments)
    4. BRAiN FREEZE (11 points, 10 comments)
    5. wow such ascent, many flap... my four favorite coins together 4ever. Wallpaper! (4 points, 3 comments)
  12. 97 points, 22 submissions: jwflame
    1. Map of Nyancoin Nodes (7 points, 6 comments)
    2. More market weirdness that cannot be explained (7 points, 1 comment)
    3. Cryptopia block explorer gone ? (6 points, 2 comments)
    4. Found another mining pool. (6 points, 3 comments)
    5. NYANSEED is online (6 points, 12 comments)
    6. New block explorer (6 points, 1 comment)
    7. The 3rd exchange returns (6 points, 1 comment)
    8. 'official' website has gone (5 points, 3 comments)
    9. Domains for chain and website (5 points, 8 comments)
    10. Novaexchange closing (5 points, 3 comments)
  13. 89 points, 9 submissions: valcarni
    1. Nyancoin makes SBS Australian news (18 points, 4 comments)
    2. Don't just be a casual nekonaut press subscribe and get this channel up to 500 users (16 points, 5 comments)
    3. We need a new currency exchange (15 points, 13 comments)
    4. Don't know if you all saw this but, Follow The Coin announces how Nyancoin is the first offically licensed cryptocurrency (12 points, 0 comments)
    5. Nyancoin on its way up (12 points, 7 comments)
    6. My first 7.349511 Nyan (5 points, 6 comments)
    7. My contribution to the community - Nyancoin Lotto (4 points, 4 comments)
    8. The value of Nyancoins (4 points, 7 comments)
    9. Just need one more player in Game 1 of Nyancoin Lotto (3 points, 2 comments)
  14. 75 points, 9 submissions: IntelligentComment
    1. Nyan gaining popularity (14 points, 14 comments)
    2. Announcement nyandispenser.tk/faucet has been hacked. Please do not go to that website (12 points, 12 comments)
    3. California passed law making Bitcoins & Other cryptocurrency legal money (11 points, 1 comment)
    4. Official Nyancoin youtube launch video. Millions of dollars spent for production!! (11 points, 3 comments)
    5. Mine as much as you can, the popularity wave is coming (6 points, 6 comments)
    6. Nyan Coin Mining subreddit - New (6 points, 0 comments)
    7. Official Nyancoin catch phrases vote thread! Vote and submit! (6 points, 11 comments)
    8. Post pics of your nyan coin mining rig! (5 points, 21 comments)
    9. How to pronounce Nyan (4 points, 3 comments)
  15. 72 points, 11 submissions: slasherzx
    1. How I describe nyantip bot (12 points, 3 comments)
    2. ASIC scrypt miners incoming! (8 points, 14 comments)
    3. Is our faucet dry? (8 points, 20 comments)
    4. We are back at top 100 in coinmarketcap (8 points, 14 comments)
    5. After KGw, what's next.? (7 points, 6 comments)
    6. Cuckoo cycle a new algo? (7 points, 2 comments)
    7. Lets celebrate KGW implemented! No one is stopping Nyan now! (6 points, 0 comments)
    8. KNC upped the speed from 100mhs to 250mhs.. (4 points, 4 comments)
    9. Scrypt Adaptive-N + Kimoto Gravity (4 points, 22 comments)
    10. moonishere pool owning 50+% of net hashrate (4 points, 0 comments)
  16. 68 points, 7 submissions: petert0th
    1. Shut up and take my nyancoins! (18 points, 24 comments)
    2. Faucet added to 2048nyancoinz! (14 points, 33 comments)
    3. 2048nyancoinz - 2048 game with a lot of nyanz:) (10 points, 8 comments)
    4. Nyan Dice public beta is here! Check it out and tell me what do you think about it! (8 points, 13 comments)
    5. 1000th 2048nyancoinz dispense is coming, 15 to go, 100 nyan bounty for the lucky dispenser. (6 points, 22 comments)
    6. Making 500 nyancoins to almost 4000? Congrats to the first "large multiplier" winner:) (6 points, 0 comments)
    7. NyanDice is almost here! PM me if you want to beta test it. (6 points, 4 comments)
  17. 65 points, 7 submissions: lzr1900
    1. A generous Nekonaut just donated almost 1 BTC to Cryptsy Votes,that made us be the 7th place there.Our community must do something to help our little nyancoin added on Cryptsy,we deserve that!!If 1/5 of Nekonauts(nearly 200) donate 0.01BTC each to Cryptsy will let us achieve this goal! (18 points, 22 comments)
    2. Nekonauts!We hit Coinedup!! (13 points, 14 comments)
    3. WTF!!!Freshmarket.co.in compromised!! (9 points, 10 comments)
    4. Vote Nyan for MintPal!This exchange seems really awesome. (7 points, 4 comments)
    5. 67000 blocks now! KGW working. (6 points, 0 comments)
    6. Aha.Thanks Coinedup.We have NYAN/LTC now.Happy trading:o. (6 points, 4 comments)
    7. I will start a brand new promotion in China recently,include some giveaways,games,etc in the fourms,weibo,QQgroups.Let the Chinese join NYAN!!!We will to da Sapce.Let's do it. (6 points, 10 comments)
  18. 63 points, 9 submissions: nyanstu
    1. Keep voting up NYAN on allcrypt!! http://www.allcrypt.com/beta/voting.php (15 points, 5 comments)
    2. Nekonauts for charity! (10 points, 20 comments)
    3. Let's get writing to publicize NYAN (7 points, 6 comments)
    4. Can someone hook up the price guide to coinedup? (6 points, 10 comments)
    5. Nyancoiners from all over the world... (6 points, 22 comments)
    6. Wikipedia for Nyancoin (6 points, 3 comments)
    7. Cryptsy? (5 points, 3 comments)
    8. Needed: team of brave Nekonauts! (5 points, 10 comments)
    9. Facebook page! (3 points, 9 comments)
  19. 59 points, 8 submissions: dhj0001
    1. Nyan.cat (14 points, 9 comments)
    2. It seems like we've generated some buzz for Nyancoin? (12 points, 5 comments)
    3. Progress of Kimoto Gravity Well? (10 points, 6 comments)
    4. Assistance with NYAN Faucet (6 points, 5 comments)
    5. Official NyanCoin images (5 points, 6 comments)
    6. Why is nyancoin falling? (5 points, 9 comments)
    7. New Nyancoin game up and running! Calling all sprite photoshop guru's for a nyan-themed upgrade! (4 points, 7 comments)
    8. Why do you think Nyancoin is one of the better cryptocurrency? (3 points, 3 comments)
  20. 57 points, 11 submissions: The-Bent
    1. My not quite finished Nyan display for the office (8 points, 11 comments)
    2. Added rainbow to the mining box. (7 points, 5 comments)
    3. My ghetto Nyan mining rig. (7 points, 20 comments)
    4. I got a 3D printer and made some things to help keep my Nyan mining rig cool! (6 points, 17 comments)
    5. Looks like Nyanchain is back up!! (5 points, 5 comments)
    6. So you just received your Moonlander 2, what now? (5 points, 9 comments)
    7. What mining at under 5 megahashes per second gets you. AKA: why I love Nyan! (5 points, 4 comments)
    8. mining rewards on chain.nyan.space (5 points, 5 comments)
    9. FutureBit Moonlander 2 is available. (3 points, 30 comments)
    10. how to node? (3 points, 5 comments)
  21. 52 points, 5 submissions: Rupluttaja
    1. How I feel when I'm drinking coins from a faucet (19 points, 8 comments)
    2. Gravity well should be set to be main priority. (16 points, 26 comments)
    3. And the Devs have left us in the shadows...again Please give the community some updates (7 points, 5 comments)
    4. What God-complex? Nyan is god, it has a halo. (5 points, 0 comments)
    5. What happened to the faucet? (5 points, 6 comments)
  22. 51 points, 7 submissions: slavethewhales
    1. CRYPTSY! (16 points, 2 comments)
    2. How would one go about creating a faucet? (7 points, 5 comments)
    3. Miss you guys (7 points, 7 comments)
    4. 67000 is here! (6 points, 0 comments)
    5. If you have an iPhone, request Nyancoin inclusion in the Coin Ticker app. Just go to Settings, Coin Request, then scroll down to Nyancoin and click the request button on the right. It's a really nice app and would be good exposure to get it in there. (6 points, 2 comments)
    6. A handy crypto converter, NYAN included! (5 points, 2 comments)
    7. Does anyone know how many hits per day the nyancoin faucet website gets? I'm curious about the overall interest in the coin at this point. (4 points, 2 comments)
  23. 46 points, 8 submissions: Snargosoft
    1. Nyan Coin is now 2nd on Cryptsy (10 points, 6 comments)
    2. 12 Hours Of Extra Free Nyan Coins! (8 points, 6 comments)
    3. New Nyan Coin Faucet (8 points, 14 comments)
    4. The New www.NyanCoin.Me (5 points, 10 comments)
    5. How to make a faucet (4 points, 1 comment)
    6. The Nyan Coin Faucet now dispenses Nyan Coins Automatically! (4 points, 6 comments)
    7. www.Nyancoin.Me Has Just Dispensed Their 1000th Coin! (4 points, 2 comments)
    8. Cryptsy Is Only Steps Away! While we are second, Let's Stay Second! Down With XRP (3 points, 2 comments)
  24. 46 points, 6 submissions: MAURO_italy
    1. 3RD AD CAMPAIGN!! LET'EM KNOW WE GOT IN ALTOUTLET! (9 points, 10 comments)
    2. TO THE MOON! (9 points, 9 comments)
    3. [RESURRECT] Advertising campaign! READ ME PLEASE! (9 points, 31 comments)
    4. [GROWING] 2ND AD CAMPAIGN! GET IN!! (8 points, 18 comments)
    5. Have an Happy St. Patrick's Day, Nekonauts! (6 points, 19 comments)
    6. [SUGGESTION] NYAN COINS MOBILE APP (5 points, 4 comments)
  25. 45 points, 7 submissions: jeredye
    1. FortyNyaners.com - New Mining Pool! - 0% FEES + Giaveaway! (10 points, 56 comments)
    2. Fortynyaners.com Pool Fee Increase (8 points, 9 comments)
    3. How to Create Nyancoin Vanity Addresses [Guide] (7 points, 20 comments)
    4. Upgraded Design - FortyNyaners.com - 0% Fee Pool (7 points, 12 comments)
    5. Fortynyaners.com GIVEAWAY #2! 0% Fee Pool - We need more miners! (6 points, 37 comments)
    6. Fortynyaners.com BLOCK FINDER BONUS ENABLED. 10 NYAN bonus per block! (4 points, 9 comments)
    7. FortyNyaners.com - 0% Fee Pool - SITE REDESIGN (3 points, 3 comments)
  26. 45 points, 5 submissions: Codge1
    1. A massive thank you to hu3m4n for your hard work! (13 points, 16 comments)
    2. The package came in today! Great way to start the weekend! (13 points, 3 comments)
    3. Ads running today!? (7 points, 2 comments)
    4. NYAN DICE GAME http://nyan.greendice.cc/ (6 points, 3 comments)
    5. Post here to get us listed on coinmarket.io and get 5 nyan!!! (6 points, 26 comments)
  27. 45 points, 3 submissions: kuoushi
    1. What it looks like drinking from the nyancoin faucet (27 points, 26 comments)
    2. I think I went farther than expected on 2048nyancoinz (11 points, 4 comments)
    3. Just a heads up, I think the nyandispenser.tk faucet was compromised. (7 points, 6 comments)
  28. 44 points, 9 submissions: peanut83
    1. Lets pump up the faucet I just added 20,000 nyan (8 points, 2 comments)
    2. After PoS (7 points, 1 comment)
    3. Stump the Geek (6 points, 4 comments)
    4. Nyancoin supply is almost 90m (5 points, 2 comments)
    5. why has hashrate jumped to 380.61 MH/s ? (5 points, 2 comments)
    6. would this be good for nyan? (4 points, 2 comments)
    7. Ex cryptsy user. I would buy this coin but I don't fancy using cryptopia (3 points, 7 comments)
    8. Nyancoin dirt cheap on cryptsy. (3 points, 4 comments)
    9. dead fb page can we remove? (3 points, 11 comments)
  29. 43 points, 4 submissions: The_Somnambulist
    1. Thank you, americanpegasus for Game of Nyan and all your hard work. (22 points, 12 comments)
    2. Nyancoin wallpaper 2560x1600 (11 points, 9 comments)
    3. Nyancoin giveaway! (6 points, 55 comments)
    4. Nyancoin for science (4 points, 10 comments)
  30. 43 points, 4 submissions: xpliset
    1. Help us get on cryptsy and get 20 free NYAN (17 points, 177 comments)
    2. Help NyanCoin get on another exchange and receive 50 NYAN! (13 points, 131 comments)
    3. www.nyanmine.com running its second promotion (8 points, 6 comments)
    4. Vote for nyancoin on coinpayments (5 points, 5 comments)
  31. 42 points, 7 submissions: snarklasers
    1. Yes, tipnyan is down ATM. (14 points, 7 comments)
    2. Tipping Tuesday; time for original Nyan memes. (7 points, 5 comments)
    3. Recap of what happened last week. :) (6 points, 10 comments)
    4. Network stuck again. Any ideas? (5 points, 37 comments)
    5. Nyancat is now broken. (4 points, 9 comments)
    6. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) (3 points, 8 comments)
    7. Caturday Contest: Nyan Cat Auditions (3 points, 10 comments)
  32. 39 points, 4 submissions: abyssea
    1. This is how I feel with my NyanCoins :( (18 points, 1 comment)
    2. Just ordered a mining rig and a little nervous! (9 points, 25 comments)
    3. New Miner Setup and Ready! (7 points, 9 comments)
    4. Is something wrong with the Nyancoin Calculator? (5 points, 7 comments)
  33. 39 points, 3 submissions: procrypt
    1. NYAN > USD/GBP/EUBTC/DOGE spreadsheet (21 points, 28 comments)
    2. How I felt when I saw the estimated next difficulty (13 points, 16 comments)
    3. Nyan Tipping etiquette (5 points, 3 comments)
  34. 38 points, 5 submissions: brennancellis
    1. We did it! (10 points, 13 comments)
    2. Here's some nyancoin wallpapers!!! (9 points, 3 comments)
    3. Contest for Nyancoin! (7 points, 10 comments)
    4. Doge did it, so should we! (7 points, 9 comments)
    5. Check out the wiki and see what it needs! (5 points, 4 comments)

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  2. coinaday (1630 points, 1210 comments)
  3. atheistftwins (761 points, 562 comments)
  4. KojoSlayer (668 points, 363 comments)
  5. americanpegasus (560 points, 318 comments)
  6. Simcom (555 points, 374 comments)
  7. tipnyan (409 points, 293 comments)
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  9. braxx1980 (304 points, 222 comments)
  10. vmp32k (292 points, 159 comments)
  11. sillyputti (281 points, 225 comments)
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  18. xpliset (200 points, 162 comments)
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  20. The-Bent (189 points, 97 comments)
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  22. Lufah (171 points, 98 comments)
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  25. jwinterm (152 points, 89 comments)
  26. snarklasers (148 points, 64 comments)
  27. dhj0001 (133 points, 88 comments)
  28. IntelligentComment (129 points, 93 comments)
  29. Rupluttaja (128 points, 77 comments)
  30. jeredye (122 points, 88 comments)
  31. bendover340 (103 points, 57 comments)
  32. ginger_beer_m (101 points, 72 comments)
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  34. EdenSB (95 points, 73 comments)
  35. Exohain (95 points, 59 comments)
  36. valcarni (90 points, 63 comments)
  37. nyanstu (83 points, 65 comments)
  38. procrypt (79 points, 60 comments)
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  45. MAURO_italy (58 points, 50 comments)
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  54. bonoboner (48 points, 30 comments)
  55. FwuffyKittens (46 points, 36 comments)
  56. EricPach (46 points, 34 comments)
  57. SyntheticDarkness (46 points, 34 comments)
  58. iMadeATpyo (46 points, 21 comments)
  59. dbcmaster (45 points, 37 comments)
  60. peanut83 (45 points, 32 comments)
  61. Emm_mm3 (44 points, 35 comments)
  62. scirocco (44 points, 30 comments)
  63. JamesArbuthnotPooley (43 points, 28 comments)
  64. catathon (42 points, 28 comments)

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  2. This is nyantip again. Do I need to submit a link to get karma? As usual, upvote me and post for a tip! by nyantip (59 points, 99 comments)
  3. NYANCOIN FIRST OFFICIAL REDDIT GIVEAWAY - 33.7 nyancoins for the first 337 comments! by nyancoin (43 points, 744 comments)
  4. I'm a graphic designer new to nyancoin/reddit and wanted to help out. Hope you like it! by kiyami (39 points, 35 comments)
  5. Hello fellow space-cats! I am the nyantipbot. I'm nothing more than a dream at this point, but you can help make me real! Details inside... by nyantipbot (37 points, 38 comments)
  6. Fellow kitty-tats: We are making friends over at /dogemarket! They like us, and we should support them in kind! by americanpegasus (31 points, 20 comments)
  7. Have you kats seen this!!? We just got mentioned in a Wired article above even Dogecoin! Wow! by americanpegasus (30 points, 12 comments)
  8. GAME OF NYANCAT, Episode 4... Thousands of Nyancoins to win this weekend, for free! Choose your kingdom, choose your job, and claim your share of the treasure: Let's make this the biggest game yet! by americanpegasus (28 points, 274 comments)
  9. Nyancoin V 1.2 Out Now! Kimoto Gravity Well Implemented! MANDATORY UPDATE by nyancoin (28 points, 28 comments)
  10. We just passed CatCoin in marketcap: We are in 59th place and officially have lift off! Hold on to your poptarts - here we go! by americanpegasus (28 points, 8 comments)

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Greetings Vertians - newbie here saying hi and questioning a few aspects as well as trying to light a fire under your butts :P

Hi everybody, relatively new to crypto in general, but i would say i'm more informed than most joining the market at the moment , i have read various whitepapers, i thought long and hard about if i wanted to invest and how, realising the risks, i am by no means a wealthy individual but i am into tech and see more than just the value of a digital asset going up or down, i see potential in this market in general.
i purchased a Ledger nano s before i had any real amount of crypto as i understand how weak OUR OWN security can be despite the security of the technology. (claimed some from faucets to understand the bare bones first)
currently waiting for transfer to complete to Coinbase then to -> GDAX then to Bittrex or some other to buy alts via Litecoin for the lowest fees (gbp to euro in revolute) -- also can i point out this is one hell of a dodgy ass way to purchase crypto for one coinbase need your id...ummmmm yeah did not like sending my identity documents over the internet
i am by no means an expert but i think I'm doing this right so far.
my first go at mining was nice hash, i made about £6 then the hack happened, after playing around I Am currently I'm mining via MPMH and Awesome Miner, then converting on their exchange into Vert! this... is where my first question comes in.
secondly although crypto can coexist lets face it, adoption is a kind of arms race, whoever wins adoption wins the argument re: are you a valid currency ... which vert is and should be in my eyes ASIC resistance helps a long way in this of course on the fairness to miners but to a shop keeper... he doesn't care so much, what he does care about is:
ok you gave me some numbers how to i turn this back into "real (fiat) money" so i can pay my bills or purchase more stock.
From what i have seen "Crypto_Vault" may be good for this (at-least in USD to start with) and from this business risk perspective we need to support projects like this, currently crypto is a minefield when it comes to transferring one type of value to another issues with Coinbase GDAX Bitttrex ...ahem..MTGOX are well known and often shouted about, Especially from people making claims about trying to get their fiat currency back.
This needs to change, far far more than if we can be listed on an exchange and "moon" although I'm sure for may people here that have been sticking out the roller-coaster that would be nice, lets be realistic here British gas, Eon, HMRC (English IRS) etc. are not just going to accept and hold crypto - They either would want to convert it immediately or if they did accept they would want to be able to pay their staff with it, which means those staff members need to be able to use it, or switch it back to gbp to buy an item some where that doesn't accept coin x (yes lightning and atomic swaps help here but still that's coin x to to coin y not coin x to fiat)
So as far as i see it , crypto is a grass roots movement , great ok then so we need to convince small shop owners small chains, pubs , online retailers to accept crypto. good fine and dandy, but wait how do they pay their bills with it?? At the moment lets face it they can't, so unless they are enthusiasts or watching the markets and seeing the value of bitcoin rise over the past few years, they will not want the hassle of selling vert on an exchange at least not directly.
So with that in mind i see projects like Crypto_Vault being instrumental in changing this, perhaps one day the VTC wallet could do this as well?
so for merchants as i see it Crypto -> Fiat and vice versa is an issue if we are the ones to solve (or promote the best solution) that should help Vert coin's adoption.
another thing to help vertcoins adoption is ...uggh...marketing here specifically i know WE ...US...the community can do this, i have graphics skills, and at least half a brain - however there are no set standards that i can see (I am Aware of the discord i know i can ask) but I'm talking about making this easy for people to spread the word, via posters leaflets etc that they can design and post for others to use (provided correct branding and accuracy) - but even if we do this at this stage we still face the money issue listed above.
i have a set of skills I am willing to put them into helping vert and for vert's adoption to grow but what i don't have is any direction, personally i think this is a great community from what i have been reading but there are too many people complaining about the price and too few willing to act. HODL doesn't mean let everyone else do everything ...sure you can, you can even make money ....but you will make more and make a tech survive in a flooded market if you help it out where you can however you can surely??
if Litecoin is silver to bitcoins gold, Vertcoin can be Copper to Litecoins Silver (copper is still very expensive and has far far more uses than gold and silver) who knows maybe more but not without our help!
Remember guys Green is the colour of money (see marketing slogan right there) ...unless your not in the us then its just confusing :P
Sry if this was ranty guys I hope I'm not spreading FUD or out of order in anyway just saying it as i see it.
TLDR; - There's lots still to do to increase adoption come on lets organise
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What I learnt about bitcoin the past 7 to ten days (Reposted from /r/Bitcoin

Greetings. Before I get into this let me just say that these are the personal observations of an internet greybeard. I am not a lawyer, a financial consultant, or an advisor of any kind. If you decide to do anything like I'm doing it, god help you and best of luck to you, you'll need both. I have no track record and less credibility.
First I'll give a TL;DR for those who would rather not read such a wordy post: bitcoin has much cool factor, is a potential investment vehicle if you don't mind some considerable risk, and yes, still has a long road ahead of it for broad adoption.
On to the thick of it:
First, some background. I'm not completely inexperienced with bitcoin, I first investigated it sometime in 2011; people were giving me bitcoin at the time in 5 coin batches, just for the asking, so I could experiment with it and try to figure out what it was and what it was good for. My interest involved using it as a currency in so-called 'virtual worlds'.
I accumulated about 15 coin at Mt. Gox, and shortly after, they got hacked. I was not compromised, and my coin was intact; so I moved it to another, seemingly more stable exchange. Before long, this interest took a back seat to something more productive and I pretty much forgot about it until the price took off like a rocket and it seemed I might have several tens of thousands of dollars squirreled away at that exchange, and when I went back to find it, the URL for the exchange had been abandoned and the exchange was gone, with my coin. By this time, the bull run was over and the coin was worth a few dollars again, and I gave it up and made a note to myself: Never again would I screw with bitcoin until I could find out how to secure it personally.
So, to the present: with the recent bull run, and bitcoin in the news because china and the banks suddenly warming up to it, I decided it was time to revisit it. With past lessons in mind, I began my research.
Here's what I've learned: 1. You don't need an exchange if you aren't actively trading coin. DIY and store your coin on paper. 2. Storing coin offline is easy with paper wallets. Workflows with paper wallets are non-trivial but not entirely tedious given the right tools. 3. The 'bitcoin community' is a marketplace only if you consider bitcoin to be their product.
The 'work for coin', and 'buy with coin' memes are pretty misleading; when you get out there and actually try to work for coin, currently at least, all the sites seem to be for show only; that is, getting registered and getting work breaks down; all the sites I interacted with had odd requirements (pass our entrance exams, and keep taking tests to rank up to a wage), broken signup procedures, or the like; none of them turned out to be useable in any meaningful way, with the possible exception of https://www.xbtfreelancer.com, but honestly I could starve quicker by not working at all than for working at the rates being offered on that site and suffer less in the process. The coin faucets are a complete waste of time, for any purpose. I spent two days gathering up 10 cents in order to test my paper wallet workflow; all but 2 cents were taken in transfer fees. Don't bother. One other source of 'work for coin', the reddit /Jobs4Bitcoins, seems legit, but again I think that the majority of the work offered there is offered at such a low wage I wouldn't bother, and the ratio of 'Hiring':'For Hire' is dismal; everyone wants to work for coin, but no one is offering coin for work, and the rates offered on the few jobs that are out there, well, they aren't quite as bad as what the faucets pay... I'll leave off commenting negatively on point 3 for now, and just sum it up as 'not quite ready for prime time'. Instead, I'll address bitcoin as the valuable product and service the community actually provides.
Bitcoin is a perfect example of a bubble. It's only value at present is that it is a proof of concept of a clearly superior mechanism for doing business of just about any kind. This drives excitement, and excitement fuels emotion. Anyone who has ever traded anything knows that emotion drives the marketplace. I say it is a bubble because in and of itself, bitcoin provides no value; yet it is currently trading at or near 400$US/coin. Only that we agree it provides some sort of value makes it valuable. That sounds a bit shady and potentially very risky; but it also happens to be precisely how fiat money works. This is why the banks are excited about the blockchain and not bitcoin. Silly bankers, I think they still don't get it.
A 'bubble' in a financial context is generally a negative description of a market; this is because the market so described is inflated. What they don't tell you is that while a bubble is generally considered 'bad' for an economic sector, a bubble does make a lot of money for some of the people involved. In short, it is an opportunity if you know how to take advantage of it. This requires timing. See 'technical analysis of markets'.
Enough of pandering to greed and need; lets talk a bit about how a regular guy without 150K$US in coin mining equipment can actually use coin to his advantage.
First thing is, don't quit your day job. You're going to need fiat. Period. It's what underpins the value of bitcoin, by design. There won't ever be a world where money is just valuable; unless it's made of pure gold and silver. Get used to that idea, because bitcoin was never meant to replace money, it was always meant as a medium of speculation and exchange; a complement to fiat. This is reflected in it's design.
The first thing for which you'll need fiat in this context is to purchase coin. From an investment perspective, there are three reasons to purchase coin. All benefit from technical marketplace analysis, which is used to do two very useful things: identify highs, and identify lows. Using these two pieces of information one generates signals. There are three kinds of signals: Buy, Sell, and Hold. Anyway, I was not going to talk about greed and need.
So yes, buy coin. Buy it cheap as you can. Then do one of these things with it: 1. Hold it. The overall trend since the beginning has been increased rates of exchange. If you hold it long enough, it will likely mature in value. If you decide to sell it, hopefully it will be for much more than you paid for it. 2. Lend it at interest. This is the functional equivalent of a bitcoin certificate of deposit. You lend the coin at a fixed rate of return and for a fixed period of time. The risks are the same as with any lending in which you might engage and are addressed with similar precautions. 3. Sell it when it's high, wait until it's low again, and buy it again. Repeat for as long as you are comfortable speculating.
I know, I said I was finished pandering to greed and need, but this is the thing that bitcoin is perhaps most useful for at this time.
Now to my original point number 2.
Looking down from my lofty perspective of ignorance, bitcoin works a bit like this (experts feel free to chime in here and correct me, I don't have the deepest technical knowlege of blockchain workings). Basically, a wallet is a cryptographic key value pair. Two big numbers. They are typically presented as both strings of text and QR codes. Both are not required; either will work. It is important to realize that the key/value pair is the 'account'. The values themselves. That is where your coin is stored.
This is the thing I missed at the beginning; had I known I could store my coin on paper with keys that have never seen the network, I'd never have lost my original stake. Note the phrase 'keys that have never seen the network'. These are a lot easier to come by than you might think; mine were generated offline in my browser with a little javascript. This also means that if you ever put your private key from such a wallet on the net, it is no longer secure, no matter what you do with the paper wallet. The crypto keys are the account, not the paper they are printed on. The private key is all you need to sweep the value out of it.
When you receive some bitcoin, that's a transaction. This transaction gets encrypted into a block on the blockchain. This encryption is cryptographically 'hot', which is to say it uses an unusually high amount of computational resource. Encrypting such a transaction is what is referred to as 'mining'. Blocks in the blockchain are a specific size, and when one is 'filled' by a miner, s/he creates a new bitcoin. There's more, but here we are at the limits of my understanding.
So, if wallets are so insecure, how do you ever get coin without it being hacked out from under you? Easy, you have it sent to the public address of one of these offline wallets. This is how every key-pair works; the public key is where the money is sent; the private key is how it is sent.
So, you want to spend your coin? It can be done; there are lots of places on the web that accept coin. I know of a very reliable, high quality hosting provider whom I can pay with coin; VPN services seem to traffic a lot of coin; and other things; from what I understand, it is the currency of the so-called 'dark web' (I wouldn't know first hand, never been there myself). Generally though, the way most of us will spend coin, is to convert it back to fiat. This can be tricky. That being said, it is no more tricky than say, selling your euros or your pesos, and perhaps not quite as tricky as cashing out of some stocks on the stock market. I'll leave it to the reader to decide how best to do that, largely because the landscape changes rapidly in that respect.
Which brings us to my final talking point, one mentioned but not one of my bulleted points: Risk. This whole damn thing is risky as hell. Don't tie up any more money with it than you are willing to lose. There are some things you can do that will help mitigate the risk, but not by a lot. Diversification comes to mind. That being said, most such strategies seem to look more like 'make money quicker and get out while you can' than they look like 'protecting my investment'.
Which brings us finally to my closing comments:
These are the personal observations of an internet greybeard. I am not a lawyer, a financial consultant, or an advisor of any kind. If you decide to do anything like I'm doing it, god help you and best of luck to you, you'll need both. I have no track record and less credibility. Come to think of it, I'll add this to my opening comments too.
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10-07 18:22 - 'HackNRack RPG October Harvest Tournament - $250+ in Prizes (GiftCards/PayPal/Bitcoin) - w/ up to 30 Place Winners!' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/Rakyta711 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 1380-1390min

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HackNRack.com is a Free-To-Play, "Hacker" Simulation, MMO-RPG Browser Game, where you "hack" other players for in-game currency, which can be cashed out for Gift Cards, Paypal, or Bitcoin.
The game is pretty simple to play, as it is just a point-and-click game, works off of a basic "Offense vs Defense" system, and it still has a pretty small user base; I think 200 users at the time of this post, but only like 10 of them actively play. So their is still plenty of room to grow.
The website/game was launched back in June, hosted a pretty successful Tournament on July 4th, and has seen several updates over the past few months, with even some talk of adding "Player Items and Gear", a "Crafting System and Player Market", and even some pretty intense "Clan Wars"; so I do see it gaining some real potential here soon.
The revenue generated to pay players with comes from several sources and not just mere ad revenue, as there are 3 functioning "Offerwalls", as well as a completely integrated Referral commission system in place behind a large list of external Bitcoin Faucets (as well as Faucets for 8 other crypto-currencies) in which players can claim from, in exchange for in-game points in HackNRack. This creates quick, accessible funds for the website to pay players with.
Some of you remember the last Tournament back in July, which turned out to be a blast! So I thought I would share the next upcoming Tournament: The "October Hackers Harvest Festival"!
Starting Oct 7th and ending Oct 14th at Midnight, Players will compete for the Top 30 Prizes by earning the most in-game points from a "Dispenser", "Mini-Drip", and a "Crypto" menu on the website!
-The "Dispenser" works like a Bitcoin faucet, dispensing in-game points at set intervals of time. -The "Mini-Drip" links work more like a Pay-2-Click site, where you click a link, view an ad for 15 seconds, then leave and get rewarded. -The "Crypto" menu works like a Bitcoin Faucet List, only you get in-game points for the commissions you generate when using this list. *During this next Tournament, the points from Cryptos will also be rewarding DOUBLE in TOURNAMENT points, so be sure to remember that!
***Prizes are as follows: 1st Place = $100 in PayPal, Amazon GiftCard, Bitcoin, or In-Game Pts! - (Player choice) 2nd Place = $50 in PayPal, Amazon GiftCard, Bitcoin, or In-Game Pts! - (Player choice) 3rd Place = $25 in PayPal, Amazon GiftCard, Bitcoin, or In-Game Pts! - (Player choice) 4th Place = $15 in PayPal, Amazon GiftCard, Bitcoin, or In-Game Pts! - (Player choice) 5th Place = $10 in PayPal, Amazon GiftCard, Bitcoin, or In-Game Pts! - (Player choice) 6th Place = $5 in In-Game Pts! 7th Place = $4 in In-Game Pts! 8th Place = $3 in In-Game Pts! 9th Place = $2 in In-Game Pts! 10th Place = $1 in In-Game Pts! 11th - 30th Places = will each receive different percentages of the Crypto-Pot! (See details on the website)
So if any of this sounds interesting to you, come check it out @ HackNRack.com
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HackNRack RPG October Harvest Tournament - $250+ in Prizes (GiftCards/PayPal/Bitcoin) - w/ up to 30 Place Winners!
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The original post's content was as follows:
HackNRack.com is a Free-To-Play, "Hacker" Simulation, MMO-RPG Browser Game, where you "hack" other players for in-game currency, which can be cashed out for Gift Cards, Paypal, or Bitcoin.
The game is pretty simple to play, as it is just a point-and-click game, works off of a basic "Offense vs Defense" system, and it still has a pretty small user base; I think 200 users at the time of this post, but only like 10 of them actively play. So their is still plenty of room to grow.
The website/game was launched back in June, hosted a pretty successful Tournament on July 4th, and has seen several updates over the past few months, with even some talk of adding "Player Items and Gear", a "Crafting System and Player Market", and even some pretty intense "Clan Wars"; so I do see it gaining some real potential here soon.
The revenue generated to pay players with comes from several sources and not just mere ad revenue, as there are 3 functioning "Offerwalls", as well as a completely integrated Referral commission system in place behind a large list of external Bitcoin Faucets (as well as Faucets for 8 other crypto-currencies) in which players can claim from, in exchange for in-game points in HackNRack. This creates quick, accessible funds for the website to pay players with.
Some of you remember the last Tournament back in July, which turned out to be a blast! So I thought I would share the next upcoming Tournament: The "October Hackers Harvest Festival"!
Starting Oct 7th and ending Oct 14th at Midnight, Players will compete for the Top 30 Prizes by earning the most in-game points from a "Dispenser", "Mini-Drip", and a "Crypto" menu on the website!
-The "Dispenser" works like a Bitcoin faucet, dispensing in-game points at set intervals of time. -The "Mini-Drip" links work more like a Pay-2-Click site, where you click a link, view an ad for 15 seconds, then leave and get rewarded. -The "Crypto" menu works like a Bitcoin Faucet List, only you get in-game points for the commissions you generate when using this list. *During this next Tournament, the points from Cryptos will also be rewarding DOUBLE in TOURNAMENT points, so be sure to remember that!
***Prizes are as follows: 1st Place = $100 in PayPal, Amazon GiftCard, Bitcoin, or In-Game Pts! - (Player choice) 2nd Place = $50 in PayPal, Amazon GiftCard, Bitcoin, or In-Game Pts! - (Player choice) 3rd Place = $25 in PayPal, Amazon GiftCard, Bitcoin, or In-Game Pts! - (Player choice) 4th Place = $15 in PayPal, Amazon GiftCard, Bitcoin, or In-Game Pts! - (Player choice) 5th Place = $10 in PayPal, Amazon GiftCard, Bitcoin, or In-Game Pts! - (Player choice) 6th Place = $5 in In-Game Pts! 7th Place = $4 in In-Game Pts! 8th Place = $3 in In-Game Pts! 9th Place = $2 in In-Game Pts! 10th Place = $1 in In-Game Pts! 11th - 30th Places = will each receive different percentages of the Crypto-Pot! (See details on the website)
So if any of this sounds interesting to you, come check it out @ HackNRack.com
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What I've learnt about bitcoin the past week or ten days

Greetings. Before I get into this let me just say that these are the personal observations of an internet greybeard. I am not a lawyer, a financial consultant, or an advisor of any kind. If you decide to do anything like I'm doing it, god help you and best of luck to you, you'll need both. I have no track record and less credibility.
First I'll give a TL;DR for those who would rather not read such a wordy post: bitcoin has much cool factor, is a potential investment vehicle if you don't mind some considerable risk, and yes, still has a long road ahead of it for broad adoption.
On to the thick of it:
First, some background. I'm not completely inexperienced with bitcoin, I first investigated it sometime in 2011; people were giving me bitcoin at the time in 5 coin batches, just for the asking, so I could experiment with it and try to figure out what it was and what it was good for. My interest involved using it as a currency in so-called 'virtual worlds'.
I accumulated about 15 coin at Mt. Gox, and shortly after, they got hacked. I was not compromised, and my coin was intact; so I moved it to another, seemingly more stable exchange. Before long, this interest took a back seat to something more productive and I pretty much forgot about it until the price took off like a rocket and it seemed I might have several tens of thousands of dollars squirreled away at that exchange, and when I went back to find it, the URL for the exchange had been abandoned and the exchange was gone, with my coin. By this time, the bull run was over and the coin was worth a few dollars again, and I gave it up and made a note to myself: Never again would I screw with bitcoin until I could find out how to secure it personally.
So, to the present: with the recent bull run, and bitcoin in the news because china and the banks suddenly warming up to it, I decided it was time to revisit it. With past lessons in mind, I began my research.
Here's what I've learned: 1. You don't need an exchange if you aren't actively trading coin. DIY and store your coin on paper. 2. Storing coin offline is easy with paper wallets. Workflows with paper wallets are non-trivial but not entirely tedious given the right tools. 3. The 'bitcoin community' is a marketplace only if you consider bitcoin to be their product.
The 'work for coin', and 'buy with coin' memes are pretty misleading; when you get out there and actually try to work for coin, currently at least, all the sites seem to be for show only; that is, getting registered and getting work breaks down; all the sites I interacted with had odd requirements (pass our entrance exams, and keep taking tests to rank up to a wage), broken signup procedures, or the like; none of them turned out to be useable in any meaningful way, with the possible exception of https://www.xbtfreelancer.com, but honestly I could starve quicker by not working at all than for working at the rates being offered on that site and suffer less in the process. The coin faucets are a complete waste of time, for any purpose. I spent two days gathering up 10 cents in order to test my paper wallet workflow; all but 2 cents were taken in transfer fees. Don't bother. One other source of 'work for coin', the reddit /Jobs4Bitcoins, seems legit, but again I think that the majority of the work offered there is offered at such a low wage I wouldn't bother, and the ratio of 'Hiring':'For Hire' is dismal; everyone wants to work for coin, but no one is offering coin for work, and the rates offered on the few jobs that are out there, well, they aren't quite as bad as what the faucets pay... I'll leave off commenting negatively on point 3 for now, and just sum it up as 'not quite ready for prime time'. Instead, I'll address bitcoin as the valuable product and service the community actually provides.
Bitcoin is a perfect example of a bubble. It's only value at present is that it is a proof of concept of a clearly superior mechanism for doing business of just about any kind. This drives excitement, and excitement fuels emotion. Anyone who has ever traded anything knows that emotion drives the marketplace. I say it is a bubble because in and of itself, bitcoin provides no value; yet it is currently trading at or near 400$US/coin. Only that we agree it provides some sort of value makes it valuable. That sounds a bit shady and potentially very risky; but it also happens to be precisely how fiat money works. This is why the banks are excited about the blockchain and not bitcoin. Silly bankers, I think they still don't get it.
A 'bubble' in a financial context is generally a negative description of a market; this is because the market so described is inflated. What they don't tell you is that while a bubble is generally considered 'bad' for an economic sector, a bubble does make a lot of money for some of the people involved. In short, it is an opportunity if you know how to take advantage of it. This requires timing. See 'technical analysis of markets'.
Enough of pandering to greed and need; lets talk a bit about how a regular guy without 150K$US in coin mining equipment can actually use coin to his advantage.
First thing is, don't quit your day job. You're going to need fiat. Period. It's what underpins the value of bitcoin, by design. There won't ever be a world where money is just valuable; unless it's made of pure gold and silver. Get used to that idea, because bitcoin was never meant to replace money, it was always meant as a medium of speculation and exchange; a complement to fiat. This is reflected in it's design.
The first thing for which you'll need fiat in this context is to purchase coin. From an investment perspective, there are three reasons to purchase coin. All benefit from technical marketplace analysis, which is used to do two very useful things: identify highs, and identify lows. Using these two pieces of information one generates signals. There are three kinds of signals: Buy, Sell, and Hold. Anyway, I was not going to talk about greed and need.
So yes, buy coin. Buy it cheap as you can. Then do one of these things with it: 1. Hold it. The overall trend since the beginning has been increased rates of exchange. If you hold it long enough, it will likely mature in value. If you decide to sell it, hopefully it will be for much more than you paid for it. 2. Lend it at interest. This is the functional equivalent of a bitcoin certificate of deposit. You lend the coin at a fixed rate of return and for a fixed period of time. The risks are the same as with any lending you might engage in and are addressed with similar precautions. 3. Sell it when it's high, wait until it's low again, and buy it again. Repeat for as long as you are comfortable speculating.
I know, I said I was finished pandering to greed and need, but this is the thing that bitcoin is perhaps most useful for at this time.
Now to my original point number 2.
Looking down from my lofty perspective of ignorance, bitcoin works a bit like this (experts feel free to chime in here and correct me, I don't have the deepest technical knowlege of blockchain workings). Basically, a wallet is a cryptographic key value pair. Two big numbers. They are typically presented as both strings of text and QR codes. Both are not required; either will work. It is important to realize that the key/value pair is the 'account'. The values themselves. That is where your coin is stored.
This is the thing I missed at the beginning; had I known I could store my coin on paper with keys that have never seen the network, I'd never have lost my original stake. Note the phrase 'keys that have never seen the network'. These are a lot easier to come by than you might think; mine were generated offline in my browser with a little javascript. This also means that if you ever put your private key from such a wallet on the net, it is no longer secure, no matter what you do with the paper wallet. The crypto keys are the account, not the paper they are printed on. The private key is all you need to sweep the value out of it.
When you receive some bitcoin, that's a transaction. This transaction gets encrypted into a block on the blockchain. This encryption is cryptographically 'hot', which is to say it uses an unusually high amount of computational resource. Encrypting such a transaction is what is referred to as 'mining'. Blocks in the blockchain are a specific size, and when one is 'filled' by a miner, s/he creates a new bitcoin. There's more, but here we are at the limits of my understanding.
So, if wallets are so insecure, how do you ever get coin without it being hacked out from under you? Easy, you have it sent to the public address of one of these offline wallets. This is how every key-pair works; the public key is where the money is sent; the private key is how it is sent.
So, you want to spend your coin? It can be done; there are lots of places on the web that accept coin. I know of a very reliable, high quality hosting provider whom I can pay with coin; VPN services seem to traffic a lot of coin; and other things; from what I understand, it is the currency of the so-called 'dark web' (I wouldn't know first hand, never been there myself). Generally though, the way most of us will spend coin, is to convert it back to fiat. This can be tricky. That being said, it is no more tricky than say, selling your euros or your pesos, and perhaps not quite as tricky as cashing out of some stocks on the stock market. I'll leave it to the reader to decide how best to do that, largely because the landscape changes rapidly in that respect.
Which brings us to my final talking point, one mentioned but not one of my bulleted points: Risk. This whole damn thing is risky as hell. Don't tie up any more money with it than you are willing to lose. There are some things you can do that will help mitigate the risk, but not by a lot. Diversification comes to mind. That being said, most such strategies seem to look more like 'make money quicker and get out while you can' than they look like 'protecting my investment'.
Which brings us finally to my closing comments:
These are the personal observations of an internet greybeard. I am not a lawyer, a financial consultant, or an advisor of any kind. If you decide to do anything like I'm doing it, god help you and best of luck to you, you'll need both. I have no track record and less credibility. Come to think of it, I'll add this to my opening comments too.
EDIT: Typo
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Dear shibes I, like most of you were hooked when the BTC grabbed my attention. A story about the Silk Road opened the door to the world of cryptocurrencies. I followed, did much lurking and hopped on the bandwagon. I scrounged up a lil extra cash n began my decent into trading, faucets, mining, whatever i could. Through this whole experience I watched many a headline about 3rd parties, acting as pirates, hijacking bitcoins with zero accountability. My first 0.01btc was aquired with faucets. Had all my eggs in the basket of inputs.io, when they got...hacked? it was about 10 cents and by the time they got jacked, the balance would have been almost 9 or 10 dollars. Silk Road went down, Mt. Gox, a few others. Watching the markets holding feathercoins and selling on some markets, I learned about the pump n dump. What once sounded like horrible porn now sounded like money. FTC, accused of pump n dumps seemed efficient and with some brains behind it. Had a good weekend and bought a new computer. Then boredom in the market. And one day I saw the doge, and realized the movement was not about making pennies with bots n markets, it was about manifesting something great, by coming together in numbers. This is the same thing Wall st. has done for years. Heres the deal fellow shibes.. We are the Bit-Boom's second generation, viewing the potential of the first bitcoin boom. If you are a founding father, or newcomer to the world of cryptos, the power is in your paws. in my paw. such power. much moon. Dogecoin is the round 2 for user created currencies, and I think its awesome. I cant wait to see what all the hard work pays off to be. And thanks to all you devs and and dogepusher and dogetippers.
I have watched doge send people to the olympics now, on nascar, raising crazy money for charities and doing alot of good in the world. Those are feats that are done in its ever rising momentum. Think what we could build with a world full of shibes. Doge pulled me out of the crypto lul after the boom, and I am grateful. My 8k is in cold storage, if there is one thing i learned in this cryptoworld, is that the holder is the power. So please remember shibebabies.. Thou shall not give your doge to third parties to hold. You will get burned, you are the bank. Since regulation hasnt gotten ahold of the market yet, big 3rd parties go down when the market booms. Holding on paper wallets is nice and simple. Dont get caught in hype, holld!!! HOLD!!! Spend, Dont sell off. Rinse, lather, doge, repeat.
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