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Fall of cryptocurrencies, rise of e-fiat currency?

Cryptocurrencies have been riding on some pretty rocky terrain lately and it remains to be seen what will happen should the first central bank-issued digital currency be launched. In fact, Sweden has voiced its desire to release a national digital currency in the next couple of years. Given the country’s gradual decline in cash usage, the Riksbank – Sweden’s central bank – is exploring this scenario. The e-krona, as they are expecting to call it, is being imagined as a tool that will play the same role as the tangible krona today: a currency that is independent of intermediaries, accessible to every citizen and usable for any type of payment regardless of its value.
Sweden is not the only country that has been looking into the possibility of launching a digital version of the national currency. The Bank of England, the Bank of Canada and the Bank of Israel have all set up working groups to better understand the implications of such a project and to evaluate the utility and need. Although they are all still at an exploratory stage, this could eventually come as a blow to cryptocurrencies around the globe in an age where ICOs (Initial Coin Offerings) seem to be the hottest product on the market.
Bitcoin has certainly been facing some difficulties in the past week after South Korea announced the possibility of shutting down all cryptocurrency exchanges – news that caused Bitcoin’s value to plummet by 25%. A final decision is expected to be released today on their fate in the country that is to host this year’s winter Olympics. But regardless of the outcome, these drastic fluctuations are proving how volatile and unstable cryptocurrencies are, pushing many experts to wonder if they will ever become a substitute to regulated, legal tender currencies – fiat or digital.
Even one of the world’s most admired investors, Warren Buffet, has made it clear that he and his investment firm have no intention of going in that direction as they [cryptocurrencies] “will come to a bad ending”. Software giant Microsoft and digital distribution platform Steam have also ceased to accept Bitcoin as a payment tool because of its “high fees and volatility”.
So although there is now a lot of hype around the messaging app Telegram’s announcement of a soon-to-be-launched ICO – expected to be one of the biggest ever – it might be time to start wondering why a growing number of countries are counting on (or have already) imposing a number of restrictions and regulations on these anonymous and virtual “coins”. From China to Russia and now maybe even Korea, governments are cautious – and rightly so – about these “cryptos” who are looking less and less like a “currency” and more and more like a simple product of speculation.
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I created a website where Bitcoin traders and investors could go to get easy access to datasets and trading tools. This platform would be tailored to folks who prefer to do analysis within spreadsheets such as Excel and Google Sheets.

https://spreadstreet.io
My name is John, and back in February of this year I started working on a website where Bitcoin traders and investors could go to get easy access to datasets and trading tools (such as technical analysis templates). This platform would require no coding knowledge, and would be tailored to folks who prefer to do analysis within spreadsheets such as Excel and Google Sheets.
Quick About Me
I am a former Fortune 500 financial analyst, where I managed two $3 billion portfolios. I've been investing/trading since 2002/2003. If you take a look at my kindle cloud reader, you will see over 100 books dedicated to trading and investing of all sorts - technical analysis, fundamental analysis, daily options trading strategies, value investing, volatility trading, quantitative trading, algorithmic trading, and bullshit trading.
I think Bitcoin and crypto is the future, and I believe that it is on an unstoppable path. My ultimate goal is to become a cost-leader in the field, and be tailored towards the individual investor. You shouldn't have to pay hundreds to thousands of dollars for top-notch tools.
Features at a Glance
Databases currently included (updated daily)
All datasets are available as a tab-delimited, CSV file. The datasets are a mix between raw tick data, OHLCV, spreads, mining and economic statistics. They can be used for backtesting, analysis, and charting.
Investing/Trading Templates
On The Horizon
Potential Ideas
I'm open to answer questions or talk more about the project if there's interest. Hope it helps the traders and investors out there.
John
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Bitcoin and Rationality, Part 2: Why Bitcoin is not like the lottery, and when to sell

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Bitcoin and Rationality, Part 2: Why Bitcoin is not like the lottery, and when to sell

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Eliezer Yudkowsky disagrees with Scott’s Crypto Autopsy post, writing:
The idea of “rationality” is that we can talk about general, abstract algorithms of cognition which tend to produce better or worse results. If there’s no general thinking pattern that produces a systematically better result, you were perfectly rational. If there’s no thinking pattern a human can realistically adopt that produces a better result, you were about as sane as a human gets. We don’t say, “Gosh, I sure do wish I’d bought the Mega Millions ticket for 01-04-14-17-40-04* yesterday.” We don’t say, “Rationalists should win the lottery.”
People who obtained Bitcoin early on and are sitting on a large windfall are often compared to lottery winners, suggesting that the role of luck far overpowers any possible skill. One should not beat themselves up over missing out on Bitcoin, because it’s not any different than winning the lottery.
I agree one should not beat themselves up, because dwelling on the past is a poor use of one’s time, but that is not because Bitcoin is like the lottery, which it isn’t. The most obvious evidence such a comparison is wrong is the fact there is so much Bitcoin regret but no lotto regret. Surely if they were the same thing, we would not see so much discussion about Bitcoin regret, just as we don’t see discussion about lotto regret. No one says “drat…I wish I picked 5,45,20,99 instead of 1,7,33,23.”
Scott is right. There was an opportunity to make effortless riches–that in theory anyone could have done, as easily as mining them when it was easy or buying them cheap. Getting rich with bitcoin merely required two actions that anyone could have done easily: become aware of the existence of Bitcoin, and then buy & hold it. There were pitfalls along the way: hacking of exchanges, lost keys, selling too soon, spending bitcoin instead of saving, etc.
Why are there so many posts and articles about Bitcoin regret but not lotto regret? Eli falsely equates the two when they are not the same. Acquiring Bitcoin early, unlike guessing numbers out of hundreds of millions of possibilities, as explained above, is something anyone could have conceivably done.Unlike the lotto, it didn’t require pure luck but rather a combination of awareness and action. Right there, in front of you, are the coins at $.1-$10 waiting to be bought. All you had to do was buy them. Same for Ethereum…$1 ether tokens…right there. Nowadays, unlike before 2016, there are too many coins and picking the next Ethereum or Bitcoin requires much more luck.
A 50% gain in an individual stock over a 1-year period is considered exceptional. Bitcoin blew this away by a magnitude of thousands. No individual stock (or any sort of investment opportunity) even remotely comes close to Bitcoin and other coins. Maybe Apple in 2004 or Netflix in 2004 is the closest.
But what about the objection that buying Bitcoin in 2009-2011 is like playing the lottery or donating to charity? There are two key distinctions: The odds of choosing a profitable investment are magnitudes higher than correct lotto numbers. Although the lotto pays more, the expected value is negative due the infinitesimal odds. With charity, your money is gone for good. You hope your donation is being allocated wisely, but you have no control over that. But by buying Bitcoin early on, one was able to both support Bitcoin while also having the option to sell the coins on an exchange or other market at any time for an agreed upon market price.
What would have been the harm though of throwing a few hundred dollars at Bitcoin out of curiosity. Unlike a used lotto ticket, the value does not just go away. Someone in 2011 or so could have observed the intellectually vibrant Bitcoin community and thought, “hmm…these people seem to have an interesting idea..I’ll throw a few hundred bucks their way and see what happens, and unlike donating to charity , it’s not like the money is gone. There is a market if I want to sell, and I’m supporting the cause, and some vendors actually accept Bitcoin too.”
Yes there a luck factor in terms of choosing winning investments, but the odds are not as bleak and random as lotto tickets though. In conclusions, the key distinction is that while choosing winning investments involves luck, unlike guessing correct numbers, Bitcoin in 2009-2011 was something that was much more feasible and did not require pure guesswork, but rather a combination of awareness (knowing that Bitcoin exists) and action (buying them or mining them).
The next question is, when to sell? ‘HODL’ is not rationally-optimal and is based on the belief that past price performance can predict the future, but obviously there is no such guarantee. The optimal time to sell is based on many variables: estimated remaining life expectancy, predicted annual returns assuming the after-tax proceeds from the Bitcoin sale are reinvested in index funds and or bonds, monthly draw-downs for living expenses, etc. If one has enough Bitcoin to never have to work again, given the above variables, then selling would probably be the most rational choice even if this means selling (in retrospect) too soon. Or if you have enough Bitcoin to buy real estate, which has smoother returns than Bitcoin and means not having to piss away money on rent. Although Bitcoin may have higher returns then real estate, real estate prices are much more stable and real estate has the added utility that is derived from either living in it or renting it out. However, it’s possible that one could derive income by selling calls option against a Bitcoin position.
In other instances, HODL may be rational. Let’s say, for example, you owe the IRS $200,000 but you also have $200,000 in Bitcoin (which you bought long time ago that the govt. is oblivious to). The ability of the IRS to deduct wages is limited, but they can easily seize windfalls. Because back taxes expire in 10 years, the rational choice may be to just hold until either the taxes expire or Bitcoin rises enough to pay the taxes and leave enough left over. Selling at $200,000 means having the IRS take it. Trying sell the Bitcoin but not report the income incurs the criminal risk of tax evasion, which is made worse if one already owes taxes.
But, again, despite all the media hype over Bitcoin riches, most people have less than a single Bitcoin, which they likely purchased between October-January near the top. In this case, given how much Bitcoin has already fallen, but also given Bitcoin’s historical tendency to recover, holding may be the best choice, but it requires a lot of patience.
But what if you really believe in Bitcoin, and that the U.S. dollar is doomed, etc.–why would you sell? Here’s a solution: Let’s assume you have enough profit to never have to work again. You can sell your Bitcoin, quit your job, and then use your newfound free time advance pro-Bitcoin causes.
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[Work Needed] Cryptocurrency Podcast Looking for Someone Good at YouTube Thumbnails. Paid. ~1-2 thumbnails per week.

Ahoy there, I am the host of the "Captain Crypto Show" which is a cryptocurrency-related podcast / show that is distributed via RSS Feed, SoundCloud, and YouTube (among a few other outlets). We started off as just audio but have started boosting production value as we transition toward video. Our main types of episodes are either analytical where we take an in-depth look at specific projects, or weekly "Captain's Council" episodes where a few of us talk about current events within the industry (usually streamed live). I believe that we have pretty darned high production value and we are steadily increasing the quality of the content of our episodes BUT our thumbnail "art", or lack thereof, is very likely slowing down the number of clicks that our videos get.
Link to my channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU9uFwgkSaKMOylk58Ms3Cg
What I am looking for: An individual who is already experienced with creating quality YouTube thumbnails that have a track record of attracting clicks and views. You will usually have at least 24 hours to create the thumbnail, but since our weekly episodes are current events that means that relevant content matter may pop up the day of the episode. Luckily if you were to send me the PSD then I'd be able to make last-minute edits myself. For our analytical episodes you'll have the better part of a week to make the thumbnails. It would also be beneficial if you are familiar with how to remove green screen backgrounds (ie I will supply green screen images of myself, so it will be up to me to supply good images to work with)
The position will be paid and I am pretty flexible as to the method of payment but as "Captain Crypto", I would certainly prefer paying via Bitcoin or any other major cryptocurrency.
To apply either PM me or email me at [email protected] with your rate and a link to a portfolio or something similar where I can see your past work.
Bonus points if you are familiar with cryptocurrency at all. This could be a good opportunity for someone to learn about crypto if they are at all interested (not required).
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GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN: RIP to “Fiscally Conservative” Republicans (Outside Rand Paul)

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This is happening tonight.
If Republicans in the Senate muster enough votes to pass the two-year spending bill (likely) and if Republicans in the House muster enough votes to pass the bill (unclear) and if Republican President Donald Trump signs it (likely), then something spectacular will happen. If this bill passes and is signed, then we'll have to take on only $300 billion in additional debt.
Wait, that's $300 billion in addition to the $1 trillion we were already going to borrow...
Oh, and that $1 trillion is up from almost $600 billion borrowed last year...
That's not all: That $600 billion was on top of the $20.1 trillion we had already borrowed...
Not only is the overall size of our debt unconscionable, but also our deficits are trending higher, not lower. In 2015, our borrowing hit multi-year lows; that year, we took on an additional $438 billion in debt. In 2016, we took on $585 billion. In 2017, we took on $666 billion. In 2018, we're expected to take on $1 trillion. This is the wrong direction.
Our budget deficits had fallen dramatically nearly every year from 2010 to 2015 and then started heading back up again after that. They now appear to be not only continuing into the red; they're accelerating into the red.
Right now our total government debt stands at nearly $20.7 trillion. Latest estimates on the size of our GDP (our economy) are around $19.7 trillion. This means that our debt-to-GDP ratio is in the neighborhood of 105%. In other words, our government could seize every ounce of value added by our economy to the point that we no longer had an economy at all and use 100% of the proceeds to pay down our debt. After doing so, we'd still be left with a staggering $1 trillion in debt.
There is broad consensus now--among both liberal and conservative groups--that our debt will continue to grow at a faster rate than our economy will grow. At some point in the next few years when our next recession hits, it'll grow even faster.
Consider this. Interest on our debt alone (never mind repaying principal) is now the government's fifth-largest expense item. It also happens to be one of the fastest growing and the only one that's truly non-discretionary. (Democrats want us to believe that entitlement and welfare spending are non-discretionary, but they actually aren't.)
As it grows, the federal government's spending will start crowding out private sector investment and spending. The interest account itself will begin to crowd out other items in the government's budget. Republicans, this means that the military's budget will have to start shrinking. Democrats, this means that welfare and entitlement budgets will have to start shrinking. Everyone, this means that tax rates will have to rise.

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All the while, government borrowing costs will continue to rise. We hear this all the time. What we don't hear all the time is that private borrowing costs--yes, for you and me--will rise as well. In a worst-case scenario, which is an avoidable government default, catastrophic economic collapse will ensue for everyone from Wall Street to Main Street. No one would escape the effects of it; it would actually be felt around the globe and back again.
I realize as I write this that, inevitably, someone will respond blaming Democrats and, I suspect, mentioning Obama's spending. In order to head that off, I want to point out one statistic. From 1981--when the debt-to-GDP ratio bottomed out--to 2018, we've had four Republican Presidents and two Democratic ones. Of the Republicans, all four increased our national debt. Of the Democrats, one (Obama) increased it, and one (Clinton) became one of the very few Presidents to actually run a surplus and pay off some of our debt. All told, Democrats increased our debt-to-GDP ratio by around 27 percentage points. Republicans increased our debt-to-GDP ration by, so far, 44 percentage points, and this looks set to increase much more by 2020.
Some will counter by saying, yes, but Republicans were in charge in Congress when Clinton ran his surpluses, and Congress is actually in charge of spending. This is true--just like it's true that Republicans were in charge of Congress during most of the Obama years when our deficits exploded. They're in control of Congress now with our deficits exploding even more.
By 2020, Republicans will have been in control of the White House for four years and in control of Congress for, at a minimum, two of those years. They will have, solely, increased the national debt by more than $3 trillion during that short time.
The greatest deception being perpetrated against the American people right now isn't Democratic spending. The Democrats are liberal spenders to be sure, but they are honest about that. They don't claim to be conservative spenders. Republicans, on the other hand, have been campaigning for decades on "reigning in spending" and on "living within our means." This is propaganda of the highest order, and, shockingly, many buy into it. While we've been campaigning on "getting spending under control" and "taking a sharp knife to the budget," we've actually been setting aside our knives and just letting the patient bleed out. The truth of the matter is that we Republicans have been absolutely horrible for the government's financial position.
Why am I saying all of this? Simple: It's time to hold Republicans to account. It's time for Republicans to stop campaigning on conservatism before turning around and enacting such liberal spending that even liberals are shocked. If you're a Republican, then force Republicans to be conservative. Write to them. Call them. Annoy them. Harass them at their townhalls. Plus, they care about money and votes more than they care about anything else. Do not donate to a liberal-spending Republican. Do not vote for a liberal-spending Republican.
It's time to send them a message: You said that you'd get our fiscal house in order. Do it. When someone tells you that he can fix a problem, it isn't too much to ask to have him at least not make it any worse. If he does, then he's probably not the right person for the job. Making a problem worse because you know you'll be long gone before people have to pay for it is a form of moral bankruptcy.
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CGB - Open Source Community Development and Marketing Strategy

Cryptogenic Bullion (CGB)
Open Source Community Development and Marketing Strategy

NOTE: This document has been totally replaced by CGB's new website which will incorporate all of the resources found here. http://cgb.holdings/marketing/

This document contains a collaborative framework for the community development and marketing strategy of the Cryptogenic Bullion cryptocurrency. It is intended to be updated by any member of the CGB community who has a new idea or believes they can refine an existing one. The document is open to the public because it serves as a document of logic and open debate. I believe that releasing the strategy itself might provide other deserving cryptos with some guidance to take their logical place in the ecosystem. This document contains the strengths of CGB, misconceptions about CGB, community resources, community development, viral marketing concepts and highlighted communities.
Anyone who wishes to discuss any part or offer updates can reply to either post. I will try to keep the post up to date. Please understand that I am an independent community advocate like yourself. I am only a small piece of the bigger picture and each must take their own initiative in order for this campaign to succeed.
Cryptogenic Bullion Strengths
Proof of Stake Eco-Security: Cryptogenic Bullion is a second generation cryptocurrency employing an advanced hybrid of legacy Proof of Work mining and Proof of Stake minting to secure the blockchain. This multi-pronged approach makes the "51% attack" a thing of the past. Not only would an attacker have to control half of the CPU power on the CGB network, but they would also have to own half of the total currency supply of CGB in order to attempt a "double-spend" attack. Although Proof of Stake can be used alone to protect the network, the legacy Proof of Work aspect of CGB remains as an additional security layer.
The power consumption of CGB will remain far lower than any other legacy Proof of Work cryptocurrency as most of the reward for securing the network is provided through Proof of Stake minting which can be completed quickly on a smart phone, instead of a supercomputer cluster.
Interest Bearing (1.5%): A major benefit of Proof of Stake minting is that you can pay yourself 1.5% interest on savings, without the need for a bank to take its cut. Compared to legacy Proof of Work systems which reward only those with mining equipment, the benefit is made directly to the people who maintain a savings of Cryptogenic Bullion. A Proof of Work mining incentive of 0.5% brings the yearly production of CGB to 2.0%; a rate modelled after the supply of gold.
Inflationary Stage Completed (rare): In order to distribute coins to the widest population base, cryptographic currencies rely on a mining protocol called Proof of Work. This puts new coins into the hands of those with mining equipment like a gaming PC, or a cutting edge server. It gives everyone a fair chance to adopt and spread the currency, but creates the volatility and downward price pressure seen in so many other cryptocurrencies. Cryptogenic Bullion is the only second generation cryptocurrency to have completed this inflationary stage due to its accelerated reward halving. Without this relentless dumping of new coins that almost all other cryptocurrrencies are now struggling against, Cryptogenic Bullion is ready to meet its market potential.
Active Developers and Community: The development team has proven itself to be publicly accountable to the CGB community and has built a reputation for dependability, transparency, and forward thinking. With this foundation, the CGB community is able to focus on extensive advertising and promotional efforts which have drawn in a diverse collection of individuals to the merits of Cryptogenic Bullion. With a social media focus we have been actively engaging many different markets through the use of, among other media, our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cryptogenic-Bullion/134177020124803), which has over 15,000 likes and CGB's twitter feed (https://twitter.com/CryptogenicBull) with a current following of over 400 individuals.
Misconceptions about Cryptogenic Bullion
Fast Mining/Inflation Stage: One common misconception about Cryptogenic Bullion is that its shorter mining/inflation stage has not given a wide enough range of individuals the chance to participate as early adopters. We must appreciate that this deployment method was chosen to avoid the long period of inflation which increases the volatility and stagnates most other cryptocurrencies in use today. The CGB community has been very active making every effort to get the word out about CGB and make it available on multiple exchanges. What is not realized is that CGB is still in the early adoption phase but instead of mining coins, the low price is what now enables early adopters to participate in this opportunity. CGB is only just now beginning to realize its potential to the discerning investor.
Community Resources
Highlighted Documents and Links
Community Development
In addition to helping to spread the word, there are other tasks which need to be undertaken in order to support the growth of our community. Any suggestions about areas of development are welcome.
  • Lightweight Blockchain Client: (Research Stage) See this post. This gives a client the ability to conduct transactions with a subset of the blockchain. It's useful for mobile applications and offline transaction signing. eg. BitcoinJ, Armory and Electrum
  • Expanded Wallet features: (Research Stage) We are looking to add some exciting new features to our wallet software including CGB network statistics and an RSS feed like functionality. All suggestions welcome!
  • Offline Transaction Signing: (Research Stage) This requires the above Lightweight Blockchain Client. eg. Bitcoin Trezor: This device contains a static environment which holds your private key for offline signing of transactions. This kind of technology is seriously needed for long term viability.
  • Wallet Software Speed Optimization: (Research Stage) Currently the CGB wallet software can take a couple minutes to load (or more depending on CPU). Some other crypto-currencies have been able to optimize their load times down to 15 seconds.
  • Dedicated CGB Forum: (In progress) A dedicated forum would be a nice touch.
  • CGB Wiki: (In testing phase) This will be of great value to us as we can logically create and arrange how-to documentation and all other kinds of information in an easy to navigate and reference repository.
  • Reddit Formatted Advertisements: (Requesting Ideas) We are in need of advertisements for CGB which are formatted 300px wide x 250px tall. These can be generic advertisements or targeted to a specific subreddit. These advertisements will link back to the /CryptogenicBullion subReddit to bring in new community members. For now buying ad space is voluntary but perhaps we may involve some kind of fund to help in the future. (Thanks hybridsole for bringing this up) Update: These functinos might not be as useful as we become more reliant on PoS for security, but might not be a bad idea anyhow, research required. (Artiface) In the future I would like to have the client have a nice visualisation of POS showing stake weight and an estimate of when stake should be generated.
  • Statistical Data: (Requesting Data) We need information to compare CGB to other coins. See: http://bitinfocharts.com/ This includes all kinds of data like technology comparison, coin variables, distribution, and all relevant attributes to be compared with each other.
Viral Marketing Concepts
Got Crypto?: I believe that this phrase has the power to turn Cryptogenic Bullion's slightly awkward name into an advantage. Not only is it a professional name appealing to the investment community, but it can be called 'Crypto' for short. No other coin can logically take this title with more credit than Cryptogenic Bullion. For example: http://i.imgur.com/BU1HSdC.jpg
CGB Vault: This viral concept involves locating high quality vault images and replacing the circular entrance with a translucent CGB logo. This can then include a slogan and or CGB Strengths. For example: http://i.imgur.com/JgSQkHw.jpg
CGB Bull: This viral concept involves making reference to spanish traditions of running with the bulls. A bull market is one which has established an up-trend in valuation. "2014 - Year of the BULLion!" "Run with the CGB Bulls!" etc. Any imagery involving actual bull runs and possibly subtle market chart imagery. Be careful not to appeal to greed, we don't need that kind of volatility. For example: http://i.imgur.com/Fe17cZE.png and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fa-nfIksY4o
Crypto-Asset Trinity: As explained in this paper. A well functioning cryptographic asset market requires three roles to be filled: market gateway, adopted currency, and store of wealth. Bitcoin is the gateway that allows us to access so many markets especially USD of course. Dogecoin is riding a wave of excitement to be accepted by a wide array of merchants and businesses, creating an economy that doesn't require conversion back to government issued fiat as the people choose their own currency. Cryptogenic Bullion is the first crypto-currency to display all of the properties of money, while providing the bearer with interest for holding it. It is portable, divisible, fungible, scarce, low inflation, durable, non-consumable, and a store of wealth.
Crypto Stacking: I know I am not the only one who calls the contents of my CGB wallets a "stack." Some of us have found interest in crypto-currencies for the same reason that we may also hold physical Silver or Gold. Any parallels that can be drawn in imagery or wording to the "Silver Bug" community can be a fun way to promote value and inclusion.
Highlighted Communities
This marketing campaign will first focus on Reddit as our organization and jumping platform to other opportunities. The most effective ways that we can communicate with any community on Reddit is through submission of new ideas, content or links, and through discussion surrounding such a submission. The idea is to try to become more active in the community through informative discussion. If you are not familiar with Reddit, it is a place for content and link, sharing and discussion. It is important that you upvote only those comments and posts with true merit, and instead of downvoting, try to leave an informative or helpful comment. Try to promote CGB only where it is on-topic to do so. Otherwise, general discussion and debate often leads itself to such an opportunity.
When someone has located a post with discussion that could use some CGB community support, they will post a link to the post in the /GotCrypto subreddit with the prefix "Opportunity - ". /GotCrypto will be the collection point for opportunities that arise in various communities to convey logic, reason, and positive messages.
It's important to remember that every community we wish to interact with has its own unique perspective and strategies for contact. We know that any community is made up of members who belong to many other groups and communities; there is a lot of overlap. Our message needs to be as clear as possible and some of the best insights will come from these people. The purpose of this section is to enable these and all other CGB supporters to learn about and understand the most effective ways to communicate with the highlighted community. As this document is updated we should try to build a full picture of each community including:
  • Where they can be found
  • General level of understanding
  • Interaction Notes
  • Opportunities
  • Common Misconceptions
Communities:
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[The Best Character You Ever Had] Episode 4: Ross Rockafellow talks about Xen Ma'lak

You can catch this week's episode right here!
 
This week I sit down and talk with Ross Rockafellow about Xen Ma'lak, a Nautolan Mystic from Ross' Dice For Brains Star Wars actual play podcast. Xen's path takes him from cliff-fishing on the backwater world of Baava to becoming a mentor to pretty much every Force user he meets. (The ones who don't want to kill him, anyway.)
We also talk about the new Genesys product from Fantasy Flight Games, and as always the Lightning Round never fails to entertain.
You can find Dice For Brains here, on Twitter, on Facebook, and on your podcatcher of choice.
 
THE BEST CHARACTER YOU EVER HAD can be found on iTunes, Podbean, and via RSS feed. Please rate, review, share, and subscribe via your method of choice. Look for us on Twitter, Facebook, and Patreon. If you like what you hear, please consider becoming a patron on Patreon, or chipping in a one-time tip to our bitcoin tip jar using the QR code here. Patronage and tips go towards getting better equipment, better software, and all-round better production values.
BACKER THANKS GO TO: Kevin Ham, Miika Turtiainen, and David Larkins. You guys rock.
REVIEWER THANKS GO TO: Shell+Bee and blivengo! Thank you so much for the five-star reviews on iTunes!
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Why wallets should have built in price conversion

We periodically see posts suggesting that "1 Bitcoin" at $1000, $2000, $3000, $4000 sounds too expensive, and results in an off-putting pack of zeros after the decimal point when purchasing your kombucha.
Folks then plead for the community to finally switch to millibits or to microbits but call them "bits" for short. Arguments tediously play out again about what the best unit is, and what the best thing to call it, or whether we should switch to the tonal number system, or whether people should just get over themselves stop being irrationally uncomfortable with paying .000222 bitcoin for a cup of coffee.
After that, everyone goes back to measuring everything in 100,000,000 satoshi units. Here is a post from 4 years ago called It's bits which was submitted about 4 years ago.
And all of that ignores the fact that tomorrow the cup of coffee is likely to have a different price, measured in bitcoin. Which is a problem! Critics have rightly observed that no one would dare take out a large loan in a deflating currency, and it would be psychologically difficult to rejoice over your annual pay cut in quite the same way you enjoy getting a raise.
People think of the "unit of account" function as being central to the definition of currency, but Satoshi didn't choose that as a design goal. Instead, he gave us this fixed issuance curve and let the price chips fall where they may. It's part of what makes bitcoin more like a "base metal as scarce as gold", that is to say more like a commodity and less like a currency.
Sure, volatility has gone down in the last 8 years, but what you really want from a unit of account is no volatility at all. We would have some measurement of value that is stable over time -- let's call it the Jolly for making the point. A meal at a fast food place should probably cost 10 to 100 Jollies. A meal at a nice restaurant might be 10 to 1000 Jollies. Something like that. That's a range of quantity of value that people seem to find convenient to work with and think about, if you look around at a lot of national currencies.
We don't have the Jolly right now, and getting global consensus on a definition of one would be tough. Maybe some day.
In the mean time, what makes sense to use as a unit of account is your local good-enough fiat currency unit. Mind you, we are not going to use the filthy government money itself, just borrow the unit as a measurement of value. The unit has merit, is free to use, and has no downsides that I can see. (If your local currency is unstable, you could just use the Dollar, Euro, Yen, Yuan, Pound or whatever relatively stable currency is most popular where you are.)
It doesn't make sense to use Bitcoin as a unit of account, and nobody really does it because the people who have tried have been burned. So when you think of "1 Bitcoin" think of it more like you are saying "1 Kilogram of the commodity called bitcoin." Buy your coffee with bitcoin, measured in dollars. Take out your loan in euros, payable with Bitcoin.
But here's the thing, wallets need to support this way of thinking. They need to measure bitcoin balances and amount you are sending or requesting in regional units that the user chooses. To support that, they are going to need to know the exchange rate. Exchanges, Winkelvii and others could offer web service calls or RSS feeds of whatever, and users could choose the sources they prefer. Wallets could sanity check the sources and provide alarms when sources are too far apart, or change a lot in a short period of time. They should also print the exchange rate prominently so that the user can also check it for sanity.
TLDR: Wallets should allow the user to select a regional currency, and their balances and transactions should display measurements in that unit of account.
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Where do ya'll get your news from?

Only recently became cognizant of the markets and what's really going on, now I'd like to start following it more closely. What are some news sources that aren't full of stock spam? The Yahoo Finance app is pretty decent, but I'd like to get a variety of sources. Whatch'all look at daily (besides stock/market values ofc) to figure out wtf is going on behind the markets?
Personally I found the Market Movers and Money for Nothing podcasts are pretty decent, wouldn't mind knowing some other good non-commercial podcasts to listen to. I'd also like to start following RSS feeds, right now the only one I got on is ZeroHedge. Thanks gois, it's appreciated.
Also if anyone here cares about cryptocurrency, Peercoin is probably gonna pop the same way Litecoin did when it hit $50. I've been watching it and it seems to be under a lot of accumulation-pressure, only a matter of time given how favorable Bitcoin has been in the mainstream media. Just a little something to keep this post spicy.
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[The Best Character You Ever Had] Episode 5: Jeff Richard talks about Korlmhy, son of Menisci

You can catch this week's episode right here!
 
Jeff Richard, VP and Creative Director of Chaosium Inc., talks about Korlmhy, a Gloranthan poet from his campaign with the self-named 'Seattle Farmers Collective'. We cover HeroQuest, RuneQuest, a whole bunch of Glorantha in general, the strange origin of Pendragon, and more. The Lightning Round keeps getting slower but better.
Due to time constraints, we don't have a post-show this week.
You can, however, find a comprehensive breakdown of Jeff's Glorantha campaign (as well as a great deal more) here, helpfully archived by David Dunham.
 
THE BEST CHARACTER YOU EVER HAD can be found on iTunes, Podbean, and via RSS feed. Please rate, review, share, and subscribe via your method of choice. Look for us on Twitter, Facebook, and Patreon. If you like what you hear, please consider becoming a patron on Patreon, or chipping in a one-time tip to our bitcoin tip jar using the QR code here. Patronage and tips go towards getting better equipment, better software, and all-round better production values.
BACKER THANKS GO TO: Kevin Ham, Miika Turtiainen, and David Larkins. You guys rock.
REVIEWER THANKS GO TO: Shell+Bee and blivengo! Thank you so much for the five-star reviews on iTunes!
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[The Best Character You Ever Had] Episode 3: Desiree Valdez talks about Aaron Evans (with David Larkins)

(Direct link here.)
This is the first of our Deep Dive episodes, where we both discuss a character and dissect the campaign that they inhabited.
 
In this episode, I talk to friend of the show Desiree Valdez (with Episode 1 guest David Larkins in tow) about her Vampire: the Masquerade character Aaron Evans; the Neon Masquerade Duets-format chronicle he was a part of; and the power, glory, and majesty that is Los Angeles. Please be aware that this episode contains major, if not complete, spoilers for that chronicle.
Note: This is a story I personally was entranced by and I feel obligated to share it with everyone. I owe a great debt of thanks to Desiree and David for being my guests for this episode. I recommend any listener check out the entire Neon Masquerade chronicle either before or after listening to this episode. Because this episode contains spoilers, you may wish to listen to the chronicle beforehand. It's okay. I'll be here when you get back.
Neon Masquerade episodes can be found here, and the Esoteric Order of Roleplayers can be found on their blog, Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and Patreon.
 
THE BEST CHARACTER YOU EVER HAD can be found on iTunes, Podbean, and via RSS feed. Please rate, review, share, and subscribe via your method of choice. Look for us on Twitter, Facebook, and Patreon. If you like what you hear, please consider becoming a patron on Patreon, or chipping in a one-time tip to our bitcoin tip jar using the QR code here. Patronage and tips go towards getting better equipment, better software, and all-round better production values.
BACKER THANKS GO TO: Kevin Ham, Miika Turtiainen, and David Larkins. You guys rock.
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[The Best Character You Ever Had] Episode 3: Desiree Valdez talks about Aaron Evans (with David Larkins)

(Direct link here.)
This is the first of our Deep Dive episodes, where we both discuss a character and dissect the campaign that they inhabited.
 
In this episode, I talk to friend of the show Desiree Valdez (with Episode 1 guest David Larkins in tow) about her Vampire: the Masquerade character Aaron Evans; the Neon Masquerade Duets-format chronicle he was a part of; and the power, glory, and majesty that is Los Angeles. Please be aware that this episode contains major, if not complete, spoilers for that chronicle.
Note: This is a story I personally was entranced by and I feel obligated to share it with everyone. I owe a great debt of thanks to Desiree and David for being my guests for this episode. I recommend any listener check out the entire Neon Masquerade chronicle either before or after listening to this episode. Because this episode contains spoilers, you may wish to listen to the chronicle beforehand. It's okay. I'll be here when you get back.
Neon Masquerade episodes can be found here, and the Esoteric Order of Roleplayers can be found on their blog, Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and Patreon.
 
THE BEST CHARACTER YOU EVER HAD can be found on iTunes, Podbean, and via RSS feed. Please rate, review, share, and subscribe via your method of choice. Look for us on Twitter, Facebook, and Patreon. If you like what you hear, please consider becoming a patron on Patreon, or chipping in a one-time tip to our bitcoin tip jar using the QR code here. Patronage and tips go towards getting better equipment, better software, and all-round better production values.
BACKER THANKS GO TO: Kevin Ham, Miika Turtiainen, and David Larkins. You guys rock.
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Newsdump issues 17

News dumps issues 17##

Date: 10/03/2017
Front cover :http://imgur.com/nDgqFtq
 
facebook page :https://www.facebook.com/Newsdumps-374921022874452/
 
Welcome to newsdumps issue 17
 
All the links is dump into one Reddit post
 
Playlist :
 
Spotify :https://open.spotify.com/use1137507342/playlist/2XthyQAFKpx1V08AjC9BKD
 
youtube :https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLVCgpcp_ukXw7Jd5Q1lor2atdZnUhvPKU
 
Co Movie of the week: Logan
 
a 2017 American superhero action thriller film featuring the Marvel Comics character Wolverine, played by Hugh Jackman.
 
Co Movie of the week: Layer caker
 
a 2004 British crime thriller film directed by Matthew Vaughn, in his directorial debut.
The screenplay was adapted by J. J. Connolly from his novel of the same name.
 

Obscure news section

 

technology section

 

Gaming Section

 

local London news#

 

Obscure news section

 
week
 
 Anti-Trump ‘March for Science’ Forced to Apologize for Calling Women ‘Females’ 
https://heatst.com/culture-wars/anti-trump-march-for-science-forced-to-apologize-for-calling-women-females/
 
 Columbia University Cancels Panel Featuring Breitbart’s Bokhari and Nash Over ‘Security Concerns’ 
http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2017/03/04/columbia-university-cancels-panel-featuring-breitbarts-bokhari-nash-security-concerns/
 
 University Bans List of Words for “Political Correctness” 
http://tapprweb.com/university-bans-list-words-political-correctness/247
 
 Feminists were triggered by a ‘real men provide’ billboard in NC — now they’re being trolled by another 
http://www.theblaze.com/news/2017/03/05/feminists-were-triggered-by-a-real-men-provide-billboard-in-nc-now-theyre-being-trolled-by-anothe
 
 Sweden Restores Military Draft for Men and Women Because of Security Risk 
https://heatst.com/life/sweden-brings-back-compulsory-military-service-for-both-men-and-women/
 
 Berkeley Removes 20,000* Free Online Videos to Comply with Insane Department of Justice Ruling 
https://reason.com/blog/2017/03/07/berkeley-deletes-200000-free-online-vide
 
 [drama] Star Trek Discovery's lead is a black woman, SJWs still butthurt because white male cast as captain 
https://www.reddit.com/KotakuInAction/comments/5y32im/drama_star_trek_discoverys_lead_is_a_black_woman/
 
 Transgender student allegedly told ‘you’re not a girl’ by aide upset over bathroom use 
http://www.theblaze.com/news/2017/03/07/transgender-student-allegedly-told-youre-not-a-girl-by-aide-upset-over-bathroom-use/

technology section

 
week
 With No Disclosure, Comcast-Owned Vox Runs Commercial for Comcast’s $500M Snapchat Investment 
http://fair.org/home/with-no-disclosure-comcast-owned-vox-runs-commercial-for-comcasts-500m-snapchat-investment/
 
 Google's Deep Learning AI project diagnoses cancer faster than pathologists 
http://www.ibtimes.sg/googles-deep-learning-ai-project-diagnoses-cancer-faster-pathologists-8092
 
 League of Legends' creator wins $10 million in cheating lawsuit 
https://www.engadget.com/2017/03/06/league-of-legends-creator-wins-cheating-lawsuit/
 
 Astronomers Deploy AI to Unravel the Mysteries of the Universe 
https://www.wired.com/2017/03/astronomers-deploy-ai-unravel-mysteries-universe/
 
 China's telecom firms to end roaming fees, offer corporate pricing incentives in network push 
http://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-telecoms-idUSKBN16D0EZ?feedType=RSS&feedName=technologyNews&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+reuters%2FtechnologyNews+%28Reuters+Technology+News%29
 
 Bitcoin hits all-time high as talk of U.S. ETF approval intensifies 
http://www.reuters.com/article/us-bitcoin-value-idUSKBN16A2FG?feedType=RSS&feedName=technologyNews&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+reuters%2FtechnologyNews+%28Reuters+Technology+News%29
 
 Facebook has started to flag fake news stories 
https://www.recode.net/2017/3/4/14816254/facebook-fake-news-disputed-trump-snopes-politifact-seattle-tribune
 
 Machine learning in Microsoft Word’s new Editor gave me the frights 
http://venturebeat.com/2017/02/28/machine-learning-in-microsoft-words-new-editor-gave-me-the-frights/
 
 WikiLeaks reveals the CIA hacked into Apple iPhones, Google Android phones and Samsung TVs 
http://www.recode.net/2017/3/7/14843494/wikileaks-cia-hacked-apple-iphone-google-androidsamsung
 

Gaming section

week
 Harada on The Current Status of Crossplay for Tekken 7 
http://www.avoidingthepuddle.com/news/2017/3/4/harada-on-the-current-status-of-crossplay-for-tekken-7.html
 
 DYING GAME BATTLEBORN UPDATED WITH A BORDERLANDS 3 HINT 
http://www.oneangrygamer.net/2017/03/the-dying-game-battleborn-update-provides-a-borderlands-3-hint/25390/
 
 TEKKEN 7 TRAILER REVEALS EDDY GORDO MAKING A RETURN TO THE ROSTER 
http://www.oneangrygamer.net/2017/03/tekken-7-trailer-reveals-eddy-gordo-making-a-return-to-the-roste25362/
 
 BERSERK AND THE BAND OF THE HAWK RAPE SCENE REMOVED, GORE CENSORED 
http://www.oneangrygamer.net/2017/03/berserk-and-the-band-of-the-hawk-rape-scene-removed-gore-censored/25339/
 
 Twitch: Selling Games On Site 
http://www.tssgaming.ca/2017/03/05/twitch-selling-games-site/
 
 Nintendo Switch Storage Cards Cannot Transfer Between Consoles 
https://gamerant.com/nintendo-switch-storage-card-transfer-consoles/
 
 Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons Can Connect To PC, But There’s A Problem 
https://gamerant.com/nintendo-switch-joy-con-pc-connect/
 
 TETSUYA NOMURA TALKS FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE BATTLE CHANGES 
http://www.oneangrygamer.net/2017/03/tetsuya-nomura-talks-final-fantasy-vii-remake-battle-changes/25508/
 
 FINAL FANTASY XV NVIDIA GTX 1080 TI DEMO TEASES PC RELEASE 
http://www.oneangrygamer.net/2017/03/final-fantasy-xv-nvidia-gtx-1080-ti-demo-teases-pc-release/25480/
 
 REBEL HORIZONS, UNREAL ENGINE 4 SANDBOX GAME ANNOUNCED 
http://www.oneangrygamer.net/2017/03/rebel-horizons-unreal-engine-4-sandbox-game-announced/25475/
 
 Nintendo Switch: Digital Purchases Are Locked To One Console 
http://www.tssgaming.ca/2017/03/07/nintendo-switch-digital-purchases-locked-one-console/
 
 Shakedown Hawaii: Newest Nintendo Switch Game 
http://www.tssgaming.ca/2017/03/07/shakedown-hawaii-newest-nintendo-switch-game/

local London news

week
 
 London 'home to more Islamic terrorists than anywhere else in the UK' 
http://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/london-home-to-more-islamic-terrorists-than-anywhere-else-in-the-uk-a3482036.html
 
 Gants Hill stabbing: Young man fighting for life after stabbing near east London Tube station 
http://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/gants-hill-stabbing-young-man-fighting-for-life-after-stabbing-near-east-london-tube-station-a3481976.html
 
 Police release more details about young man who died after being hit by train at South Croydon 
http://www.croydonadvertiser.co.uk/police-release-more-details-about-young-man-who-died-after-being-hit-by-train-at-south-croydon/story-30182438-detail/story.html
 
 Former Watford striker Allan Smart spared jail after biting friend's ear off 
http://www.watfordobserver.co.uk/news/15135987.Former_Watford_striker_spared_jail_after_biting_friend_s_ear_off/
 
 Fight on Deptford High Street leaves man fighting for his life and shops closed 
http://www.eastlondonlines.co.uk/2017/03/fight-on-deptford-high-street-leaves-man-fighting-for-his-life-and-shops-closed/
 
 Street fight street fight between roadmans 
http://www.thisislocallondon.co.uk/news/15136719.WATCH__Street_fight_in_which_16_year_old_stabbed_by_hooded_thug_in_face_and_back/
 
 Two teenagers jailed over stabbing at child's birthday party they gatecrashed 
http://www.thisislocallondon.co.uk/news/15134925.Two_teenagers_jailed_over_stabbing_at_child_s_birthday_party_they_gatecrashed/
 
 Meat cleaver seized by police from grounds of school in Croydon 
http://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/meat-cleaver-seized-by-police-in-grounds-of-croydon-school-a3483081.html
 
 Asda fined £300,000 over dead mice, droppings and flies at depot 
http://www.lbc.co.uk/news/uk/asda-fined-163300000-over-dead-mice-droppings/
 
 London Bridge evacuation: Area placed on lockdown as police probed security alert 
http://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/swathe-of-london-bridge-area-evacuated-following-security-alert-a3483741.html
 
 Mother thrown into a bush by Sidcup Lidl manager while trying to defend her 8-year-old son 
http://www.thisislocallondon.co.uk/news/15141569.Mother_thrown_into_a_bush_by_Lidl_manager_while_trying_to_defend_her_8_year_old_son/
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[The best Character You Ever Had] Episode 5: Jeff Richard talks about Korlmhy, son of Menisci

You can catch this week's episode right here!
 
Jeff Richard, VP and Creative Director of Chaosium Inc., talks about Korlmhy, a Gloranthan poet from his campaign with the self-named 'Seattle Farmers Collective'. We cover HeroQuest, RuneQuest, a whole bunch of Glorantha in general, the strange origin of Pendragon, and more. The Lightning Round keeps getting slower but better.
Due to time constraints, we don't have a post-show this week.
You can, however, find a comprehensive breakdown of Jeff's Glorantha campaign (as well as a great deal more) here, helpfully archived by David Dunham.
 
THE BEST CHARACTER YOU EVER HAD can be found on iTunes, Podbean, and via RSS feed. Please rate, review, share, and subscribe via your method of choice. Look for us on Twitter, Facebook, and Patreon. If you like what you hear, please consider becoming a patron on Patreon, or chipping in a one-time tip to our bitcoin tip jar using the QR code here. Patronage and tips go towards getting better equipment, better software, and all-round better production values.
BACKER THANKS GO TO: Kevin Ham, Miika Turtiainen, and David Larkins. You guys rock.
REVIEWER THANKS GO TO: Shell+Bee and blivengo! Thank you so much for the five-star reviews on iTunes!
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[The Best Character You Ever Had] Episode 4: Ross Rockafellow talks about Xen Ma'lak

You can catch this week's episode right here!
 
This week I sit down and talk with Ross Rockafellow about Xen Ma'lak, a Nautolan Mystic from Ross' Dice For Brains Star Wars actual play podcast. Xen's path takes him from cliff-fishing on the backwater world of Baava to becoming a mentor to pretty much every Force user he meets. (The ones who don't want to kill him, anyway.)
We also talk about the new Genesys product from Fantasy Flight Games, and as always the Lightning Round never fails to entertain.
You can find Dice For Brains here, on Twitter, on Facebook, and on your podcatcher of choice.
 
THE BEST CHARACTER YOU EVER HAD can be found on iTunes, Podbean, and via RSS feed. Please rate, review, share, and subscribe via your method of choice. Look for us on Twitter, Facebook, and Patreon. If you like what you hear, please consider becoming a patron on Patreon, or chipping in a one-time tip to our bitcoin tip jar using the QR code here. Patronage and tips go towards getting better equipment, better software, and all-round better production values.
BACKER THANKS GO TO: Kevin Ham, Miika Turtiainen, and David Larkins. You guys rock.
REVIEWER THANKS GO TO: Shell+Bee and blivengo! Thank you so much for the five-star reviews on iTunes!
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Hong Kong bitcoin exchange says it was hacked, trading suspended

This is an automatic summary, original reduced by 55%.
NEW YORK Aug 2 Hong Kong-based digital currency exchange Bitfinex said late on Tuesday it has suspended trading on its exchange after it discovered a security breach, according to a company statement on its website.
Bitfinex is one of the largest exchanges for trading digital currencies bitcoin, ether, and litecoin.
It has offices in Europe and the United States and is known in the digital currency community for having a platform that has deep liquidity in the U.S. dollabitcoin currency pair.
The company said it has also suspended deposits and withdrawals of digital currencies from the exchange.
The company said it has reported the theft to law enforcement.
It said it has not yet determined the value of digital currencies stolen from customer accounts.
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