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This is probably a little known fact, but Kim Kardashian is a hardcore HODLer. After talking to her fellow Kardashians (Khloe, Kylie, Kourtney, Kendall and Kris), Kim decided to call her next child “BitKoin”. She even turned Kanye into a crypto enthusiast. In fact, Kanye recently wrote a tweet asking Roger Ver to take his MAGA hat in exchange for a “BCH please” shirt. Kim has something in common with Bitcoin. Bitcoin’s ledger is public. Just like her behind used to be when that video was released. The most famous Kardashian is also a big crypto evangelist. Last year, she tried to promote Bitcoin on her Instagram account. Sadly, her audience wouldn't buy something they can’t show in a selfie. Something people don't know about her is that she’s an early contributor to the original Bitcoin project. She decided to leave after they rejected her proposal for adding ‘likes’ and ‘followers’ to the Bitcoin protocol. In a recent interview with E!, Kim admitted attending the Anarchapulco conference every year disguised as an old man. She also admitted to having a Liberland diplomatic passport. However, she doesn’t think she could live there because her L.A house is bigger than the entire country. As of her vision for Bitcoin, let’s all remember when she tweeted : “We need bigger blocks. Bitcoin needs to do the highest number of squats so it can have the biggest block. That's how we're going to scale.” God bless Kim. *This is a fake article*
In April of last year (2018) I presented the Bitcoin Cash Association with a proposal for a project that aims to teach Bitcoin Cash to young high school students located in low-income communities of the city of Acarigua-Portuguesa- Venezuela. According to statistics, a large percentage of young Venezuelans have not heard of cryptocurrencies, especially Bitcoin Cash. For this reason, I proposed this project funded by the Association of Bitcoin Cash, not only in order to impart information about our virtual currency but also to benefit from the donation of a combo of school supplies to students who participated and attended the talks . The main idea of ​​the project is to open the minds of these young people to a new economic system based on cryptocurrencies, emphasizing the characteristics and benefits of using Bitcoin Cash. The goal that I set myself was to reach 50 students and 15 secondary school teachers with this educational project, and after completing this phase of the project, give continuity to reach 500 students and 100 teachers with the help of the global community of Bitcoin Cash and your donations. So far, I work on the project with my children of 17 and 15 years, they are the ones who help me with these talks because I have involved them with cryptocurrencies (in the photos you can see my daughter pending the slides), For this reason and because of the situation in our country (Venezuela), the development of the project is currently slow. Another weakness is that I do not have the material resources: lapto (I work with the "Canaimas" of my children, which the Venezuelan government donated to public school students), I do not have a camera to take good quality photos, I do not have a video beam or a screen either, so I must rent all this before the talks. However, this has not been an obstacle to being able to teach about Bitcoin Cash and to grow the community in Venezuela because I firmly believe in our cryptocurrency and in the financial freedom that my country and its citizens must have. The photos they see are from 2 talks held in May and June at the U.E.N. July 24 to students of 4th and 5th year of secondary education. The project is still active now financed by the CoinSpice kids, only it has not been able to start due to the situation we are experiencing and a teacher strike that ended recently, I will soon be showing again the progress of this project whose purpose give talks to 500 students and 100 teachers. Translation made with the Google translator
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The Bitcoin project is a topic I’ve been interested in for a while now. I like several other cryptocurrencies and blockchain projects, Bitcoin in particular never ceases to amaze me. There are hundreds of influencers already in the Bitcoin universe and more appearing each day, new tools, sites, videos, reports, tons comments from self-proclaimed experts and much more; too much content and opinions for a normal person to review. I decided to analyze the conversation in Twitter about the three predominant Bitcoin implementations: Bitcoin Core (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Bitcoin SV (BSV). The particular questions to be addressed with this study are: - Who are the most connected influencers? - Who are the most mentioned among the Bitcoin crowd? - Who is the most loved/hated? - What is the behavior of users talking about each implementation? I started by defining a list of keywords to search: - btc - bitcoin core - bcore - bch - bitcoin cash - bcash - bitcoin sv - bsv The terms 'bcash' and 'bcore' are included in the search as I consider highly interesting the use of this kind of social attacks (removing ‘bitcoin’ from the name of the project) from conflicting user groups. A search using the Twitter API was performed for each keyword on February 14th, 2019; it resulted in 424 tweets. The number of tweets and number of different users appearing in each term search is reported in the bar plot below: From the bar plot charts we can see that there is rampant attack to the Bitcoin Cash project by the use of the ‘bcash’ term just by looking at the disproportion of users to tweet count; it is the term with more results, with 41% more tweets in the sample than ‘bch’, but almost the same number of users. The smallest group is the people using the term ‘bcore’, possibly meaning that only a few users attack the Bitcoin Core project this way. There’s a total of 337 different users in the data set, and 28 users appearing in more than one group. It is important to quantify this number as it may affect the conclusions of the analysis, but given that is only 8.3% of users that repeat among groups, the errors of the analysis should be minimal. Group behavior To go deeper, I proceeded to retrieve the timeline for users in the search term results limited to 1,400 tweets per user and the last 7 days. This resulted in a data set with 69,804 tweets. The term ‘bcore’ was dropped from the analysis because statistics for a population of size 7 are pretty much irrelevant. The tweets were grouped by users and the following features were computed: - Average number of users mentioned per tweet - Average number of characters per tweet - Average number of Tweets per user per day From these features we can observe the particular behavior of each group, just take a look at the density estimation plots below. For context, the Gaussian density estimation charts used in this analysis display characteristics of the population distribution in a similar way to a histogram, but easier to read when comparing populations. Users Mentioned per Tweet First curious thing is that the users of groups ‘bcash’, ‘bitcoin core’ and ‘bitcoin cash’ lead the pack in terms of user mentions per tweet. However, the ‘bitcoin cash’ and ‘bitcoin core’ populations seem to be composed of two sub-groups, one mentioning more users than the other. It shouldn’t be so wild as to assume that, given the higher number of tweets resulting from the ‘bcash’ search, the ‘bitcoin cash’ users are trying to repel the attack of the former by calling the project with the proper name. Tweet Length Users from the ‘bcash’, ‘bsv’ and ‘bitcoin core’ groups display a shorter tweet length; while users from the ‘btc’ group type longer tweets. The abnormal case is the ‘bitcoin sv’ crowd as users in this group produce tweets very close to 120 characters. Tweets per Day Even more strange is the fact that the ‘bcash’ group produce less tweets per day in average despite being a predominant term in the search results. The ‘bsv’ crowd seems to be the more active by producing around 20 tweets per day. Looking at the cumulative user percentage by this variable we see that 20 tweets per day is another abnormally common value. As a curious fact, that 80% of people in these topics tweet less than 60 times a day. User Interactions The interactions among users are interesting as well. I quantified the users mentioned in every tweet (if any) and obtained the sentiment score of the tweet as positive, neutral or negative using the Python library TextBlob. There are 8,549 users mentioned at least once in the data set. The first thing to obtain was the number of mentions of each user, a very simple calculation. This feature is particularly sensitive to things like polls and prone to manipulation, for example: bots designed to position a particular user or set of users. The next feature is the number of different users that mentioned each user; the analogy in a mesh network would be the number of connections to a node regardless of the connection weight. This value gives an idea of the number of people that consider a particular user as relevant. Finally, the sentiment score is calculated as follows: This value should be a large positive when the tweets to the user ranked as positive outnumber the rest, when the negative tweets prevail should be a large negative, and when tweets are mostly neutral it should tend towards zero. Number of Mentions The table below shows the top 20 users sorted by Number of Mentions. The most mentioned user is ‘ProfFaustus’, the account of Craig S. Wright who claimed to be Satoshi Nakamoto, inventor of Bitcoin, himself. Quite interesting is the fact that some users in this list have a large number of mentions, but most mentions come from a small crowd. From the top five users, tweets to ‘ProfFaustus’ display the highest positive sentiment. Users Mentioned by the Largest Number of People (a.k.a. most connected nodes) Craig Wright is also the user mentioned by the largest number of people, followed closely by ‘jack’ (Jack Dorsey co-founder and CEO of Twitter), ‘APompliano’ (a BTC supporter), ‘rogerkver’ (Roger Ver, CEO of Bitcoin.com and Bitcoin Cash supporter), and ‘LukeDashjr’ (BTC developer). It is much more obvious in this table that there is a big disproportion of the number of mentions of Craig Wright to the number of people that mentions him. This raises suspicions, at least for me, if the conversation about him is genuine. User ‘jack’, co-founder and CEO of Twitter, received a lot of attention from cryptocurrency fans when he passed the ‘Lightning Torch’. Given the importance of Jack Dorsey on Twitter, is not surprising that he is among the most connected users in this analysis. Roger Ver is among the top 5 users by this metric but its sentiment score is the lowest. It is well known that he receives a lot of criticism from the BTC and BSV crowds for supporting Bitcoin Cash (BCH). Most praised/loved users The sentiment score allows us to see which users are the most loved. We should be careful with this metric as it is very sensitive to the size of the crowd following a particular user. The table below shows only the top 20 users with highest score sentiment, but only from those in the top 100 places when sorted by the size of the crowd that mentions the user. We find ‘lightning’, the account for Linghtning Labs, developers of the Lightning Network at the top of the chart with a significantly large sentiment score. ‘TiKawamoto’, a BTC supporter and maximalist in second place and ‘sklyark_cash’ supporting Bitcoin SV in third. As you can see, the rank of the influencers changes with every metric. Conclusion Through this study, we can see the different characteristic behaviors of the crowds when segregated by the topic they talk about. We also found the most relevant influencers in the Bitcoin sphere using different metrics. It is important to highlight the importance of investigating the validity of the sources of information we consume to avoid falling in the multiple manipulations tactics used to deceive and increase the popularity of a topic or character. My intention was to present more facts than personal opinions about this topic, so you can draw your own conclusions. I will release the code used for this study once I find the time to clean it up, the data sets will be included as well. A big thank you if you read this far! bitcoincash:qpk9k4ut9thk2elnjlwmhw7tnxlzryljxv65kpp3qv
Well, last week I made money in a casino playing blackjack. I also play online with crypto. You can try the site I play with here. I used to think maybe the "provably fair" was garbage, but I learned how to verify. I realized my playing methods weren't up to snuff. So I wandered over to the high rollers table at the real casino and watched a really good player go. I noticed that he would always double if he had a ten or eleven. I asked him why. After all, he might flip a 2. He said unless your wager is already really high, it's worth doubling. But I saw him do up to $300. Imagine that. You've already got $300 on the table, so you double your bet! I haven't bet that high, except a couple anomaly hands in the real casino, and a once at my online place. I started the day at the casino with just $220. I quickly worked it up to $470 playing blackjack, but the only table available was a minimum $25. The place is packed because it's racing season. So I left that table and went to Roulette. I used to go there every day when I lived in the town and slowly win $100 at Roulette. I haven't done well at roulette in a long time, though. Anyway, I lost the whole $220. I then withdrew $400 from the ATM and patiently waited for a $10 table to open up. In the meantime, I played the video version of blackjack, which is a minimum of $5 but a maximum of $100. The maximum there is what hurts you. I put all $400 in and was at $510 when a new $10 table opened up. I went and put $500 down on the table. I quickly lost $60, but after that I got on a roll. All the way to $600, which means I was almost back to $0 for the day. I took this picture: I left the table to go to the bathroom, and when I came out I played a slot machine with a Chinese theme. I put $100 in it. Got down to $60 or so, but then I hit a jackpot! Won $270 there. Took all $870 back to a $25 table, and quickly lost over $200. Went back to video blackjack, and won it all back. Then sat at the table and made a bit more. In total I walked out with around $900 in cash. Like the caption I wrote on my Instagram said, "could have been worse." I play dice more than anything. I recommend bitillions.club. It's the site I've been playing at for years. It accepts Bitcoin Cash these days, although it didn't when we first started playing there. I've only lost BCH there, lol. In a sense, that is -- in my actual playing. It's provably fair. Anyone can lose or win when playing. I've published a lot of strategies online, using YouTube. Yesterday I managed to buy a BCH and the rest of a BSV using winnings from BItcoin dice, after getting rekt on BCH dice. I also lost 2 ETH recently. But in total, my gambling wallet looks alright at present. I also wrecked like $50 in BCH on SatoshiDice recently. That was terrible. I don't prefer that as much as I do the casino and the dice site. I have a lot of strategies I've developed over a decade of playing, but I'll tell you right now: there is no fool-proof strategy. I do frequently change seeds when gambling online, and I do never expect more than 2x profits at the real casino, but those are just guidelines. You can lose all your money that way. I've done it enough times to know. Well, that's all for now. Just trying out this site.
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Since we have established that the average american is exercising a right when selling their property, who may be exercising a privilege and thus be liable for collecting "sales-tax"? Corporations Corporations do not have any unalienable rights. And a corporation granted in one state has no right to operate in another state until they are granted a privilege ("foreign corporation") for any other state(s). Holders of a Re-Sale Permit Keep in mind that even if one is merely acting in their capacity as a citizen but have (even if just mistakenly) acquired a "Re-Sale Permit", then they are also now liable to collect "sales-tax". A citizen acquiring a "re-sale permit" has effectively converted a right into a privilege and then becomes liable for the "sales-tax"! But all is not lost, one can formally cancel the "re-sale permit" to back out of invoking a state privilege! For Further Education… If interested in more detail, I suggest a nationally acknowledged expert on these matters, Dave Champion's book: Income Tax: Shattering the Myths (which includes details on who is and isn't liable for "sales-tax". ________ Disclaimer I am not an attorney, accountant or CPA. I am not giving tax advice. I am just trying to shed some light on information that most may not be aware of and while we still have some degree of freedom of speech left, I will continue to do so! What anyone does or does not do with this information is up to them. I have no affiliation with Dave Champion or any other entity discussed herein. ______ simpleledger:qq3pgkmnccxtlkrnvadxgnaxdwll2xvjguhf6wtngx
Receive 1000 Honest (HCT) Tokens! Write a post on honest.cash on any topic surrounding; honesty, censorship or discrimination. Be an advocate for an underdog. Here’s how to be involved: Add the tags; #tobehonest & #HCT to your Honest Cash post before publishing. Add your SLP address on the same post. You can get your SLP address by downloading the Badger wallet. SLP addresses are token addresses for Bitcoin Cash. Then make sure to Tweet your post with the same tags and don’t forget to tag @honest_cash too. Valid for the first 20 people only. Ends 00:00am EST 17th February 2019. Good Luck everyone!
I've been seeing links about Honest.cash on Reddit and Twitter for a while now, but when I saw they actually are giving away Bitcoin Cash based tokens for signing up, I was pushed over the edge. Here is my very first post, and here is my claim for my first Honest.Cash tokens: https://twitter.com/rogerkver/status/1096191597073428480 To get your own, all you need is an Honest.Cash account, and the Badger Wallet from badger.bitcoin.com Then follow these instructions: https://twitter.com/AdrianBarwicki/status/1095103476433080321 To learn more about Bitcoin Cash, visit Bitcoin.com
PRIVILEGE: "A particular and peculiar benefit or advantage enjoyed by a person, company, or class, beyond the common advantages of other citizens." Is selling your property a privilege or a RIGHT? (Do you really have to collect "sales-tax"? -USA) Dave Champion (a nationally renowned subject matter expert makes it crystal clear here! (7-min video) ________ Disclaimer I am not an attorney, accountant or CPA. I am not giving tax advice. I am just trying to shed some light on information that most may not be aware of and while we still have some degree of freedom of speech left, I will continue to do so! What anyone does or does not do with this information is up to them. I have no affiliation with Dave Champion or any other entity discussed herein.
This is a re-post and rewrite of a similarly named post from April last year. Bitcoin Cash is this fantastic invention that can be a true money for the whole world, for everyone. You can transfer money in seconds, any amount to anyone on the planet without an intermediate and without anyone being able to stop you. The possibilities are easy to imagine, but to get there what we need most is mor...
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Background: Derivation paths determine how the address / private keys for your wallet are derived from the mnemonic. Mnemonic is called interchangeably also "seed", "recovery phrase", or "12 words phrase". The main reason why the keys from one wallet cannot be imported to other is because of the difference in the derivation path. Most used derivation paths: m/44'/0'/0': used by BitcoinCom and Honest, same with BTC m/44'/145'/0': used by Electron Cash, memo, set as standard in the BIP44 spec The discussion was initiated because I was looking for ways for Honest wallets to be compatible with both the Badger and BitcoinCom (from the same company). My personal opinion: Just to make an analogy to the browsers. Javascript is broken. Every low-level library needs to detect browser versions and have separate implementations for different ones based on its usage. It's crucial if you want to grow user base. I applaud the standards, but we will not change the fact that there are millions of users using other HD paths due to historical reasons. Making business decision based of their engineering elegancy and not usage numbers hurts ecosystem growth. While we should have a standard, it's very important to put user experience first. 1 mnemonic = 1 wallet. And let the wallet software handle the detection which derivation path should be used. "5 if statements". What do you think?
This is a repost from a Twitter thread at the suggestion of a friend; Honest is probably a superior reading platform to Twitter anyway. * * There are a multitude of problems Avalanche currently faces in research phase, but "killing consensus" probably isn't one of them. Let's go into what I naively see as problems, as of right now. The first and foremost that people have seen is, of course, that it flat-out "doesn't guarantee liveness for a rogue transaction", which to many offends deeply - what do you mean that when two histories conflict, we ditch both?! To me, the ideological concerns are secondary to the practical one: Consider if a guy submitted a tx to the network that has a low fee, and the network almost universally reject it. He then submits again, in a weird "RBF-like" fashion… In classical bitcoin behavior, you either have supremacy of the high fee tx (with RBF) or a weak prevalence of the first standard-fee tx (without RBF). Importantly, neither behavior bricks your output; at some point one of the tx gonna get included somehow. In Avalanche, well, the liveness is not guaranteed, especially in an adversarial condition with low honest participation. Since you can't tell such a behavior from a real double spend, a malicious node that got hold of the low-fee can potentially freeze you for quite a while. I do not expect this to be a major problem, however, since these situations are rare, and can be alleviated with a timeout. But this does bring a second, more important problem: Participation. For any part of a cryptocurrency's design, security can be divided into two types: 1) "If one of your peers are honest, you're good", versus 2) "You need a majority of participants to be honest to be good". Almost all parts of bitcoin's design follow 1); these parts don't need to be incentivized much, they are very robust. However, nobody before bitcoin was able to solve the doublespend problem effectively in a decentralized fashion. Bitcoin solved it by following 2). Following 2) has a high cost: You need a majority of participants to be honest. Bitcoin paid the appropriate price, using inflation and fees to secure this one not-that-robust part. In Avalanche, we still do not have free lunch. Avalanche only provides quite a superior way to discover what a majority (or plurality) are saying. Whether it's sybilable (per paper), anchored on CPU power (PoW sybil resistance) or PoS is a secondary concern to whether eligible nodes under any scheme will participate in sufficient numbers to make the outcome accurate. You have a way to discover what the majority is; what if there's *no* majority for you to discover? A plurality is just as fragile as in any other scheme. In a classic PoW or PoS scheme, participants are incentivized towards a high level of participation - ASIC owners don't turn off profitable miners, stakers don't just decide to not stake. Without a reward mechanism, it's unclear whether Avalanche can be as robust as it claims. "Why don't you just reward Avalanche participants then?" Er… we aren't gonna do that on BCH, coinbase goes to miners. It's unclear how can that be done on AVA either, given Avalanche shows a confidence level of votes, but cannot tell you how literally everyone voted. With all that said, I'll take what works for P2P censorship-resistant cash, and Avalanche is too interesting to ignore. If nothing else, it could work as a mundane mempool sync mechanism that works better than alternatives, with fallbacks. Who knows, perhaps we'll bump against solutions - or we won't, but it's quite unproductive to rule it out with arguments like "it's set in stone". If it doesn't work, it doesn't work, I don't give two shits about what owners of websites put into arbitrary "roadmap" pngs. I intend to participate more in testing and examining different algorithms, and find out exactly what those answers are. Wish me luck.
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Before November 2018 Bitcoin Cash was being traded at 600 imperial dollars (or 0.1 BTC). In November 2018 a guy called Craigh Wright "forked" Bitcoin Cash and created his own altcoin. Wright's fork wasn't a mere copycat of BCH's code, the fork entailed an actual conflict between two factions within Bitcoin Cash. It also happens that Craig Wright is a scammer and fraud of astronomical proportions who has claimed to be Satoshi Nakamoto and of course repeatedly failed to prove his claim. He is also a patent troll, supporter of economic fascism and overall toxic as far as freedom is concerned. Now, the fact that somebody like Wright was associated with Bitcoin Cash was far from ideal. And the fact that he has left Bitcoin Cash is definitely good. But here's the interesting thing. After scammer Wright left BCH, the price of BCH went down from $600 to $120(0.03 BTC). That's an 80% loss, apparently caused by the contentious fork. So it would seem that "the market" doesn't reward truth and honesty.
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Hi r/btc/! I’m José from eatBCH. Long time without making a post, but today is a special day. Today I’m excited to say that it is the 1st anniversary of eatBCH! Exactly one year ago, my brother Gabriel and I created this initiative/project to help Venezuelans in dire need and it has been quite a ride! We started with just a 5$ donation thanks to silver-blood and we used that first donation to give 40 arepas in just one location. After a few months, we were giving thousands of meals each week in 23 locations in 6 states of the country! I know it’s cliché to say it, but I really wasn't expecting this project to grow as it did. Not only because the amazing support we have received from the BCH community, but because the situation in the country; a situation that has been overwhelming for all of us. I don’t know if you follow the news, but the situation inside the country sadly has not improved, but gotten worse. A few days ago, the Venezuelan-Colombian crossing was blocked to avoid tons of aid from entering to the country. And the Venezuelan people highly need this. Inflation has skyrocketed to unseen levels, as high as 2,500,000%! According to many economists worldwide, it will reach 10,000,000% at the end of the year. The level of uncertainty and fear well feel right now it unimagniable. We don’t know if this will get better. And some of us have blocked from our minds the idea that it might get worse. Most say that, sadly,it will. This iswhy we need your support to continue to provide for those who doesn't have anything. For most of the people who recieve hot meals each week, we are their only guaranteed meal that they can count on. When we started this project, we had many debates in how we should function, ranging from the scope of our work to what crypto we should be using. Many were telling us to accept several cryptos, but we decided to use only one: Bitcoin Cash. Bitcoin Cash was and still is, the best cryptocurrency for us. It has the lowest fees, ensuring that we won’t lose your donations because of transaction costs. It has widespread exchange support and it’s also easy to use, so we could convince merchants to accept BCH You can read more of our reasoning behind this and other key points in our article here: http://archive.is/4AnEq Keeping 100% of the donations in cryptocurrency can be a benefit when the price rises. But if it falls, it has a serious impact. We can’t have a foreign bank account in our country. It was impossible for us to “cash out” and hedge this bear market. This impacted our funds considerably to the point that we had to size down the number of our locations and still, we’ll run out of funds in about 2 weeks. But we have not only been working here in Venezuela. Thanks to people on the ground, we have also expanded to work on a country so far away as South Sudan! They have been doing an amazing job providing meals for thousands for people who have been escaping the ongoing war. Sadly, the price crash has affected our funds and we only have enough to help for a couple weeks. It is in this special occasion, that I ask you to please consider donating to help all who have been suffering from bad economic policies and to show that cryptocurrencies are a superior form of money. After a whole year, we who form part of eatBCH, be it volunteers and occasional helpers, have only one thing to say to all of you: Thank you. This has only been possible because of you. In this short time, we have had an amazing opportunity to spread the news of this project from Forbes Magazine, to the CSIS in Washington, DC. And we can assure you, that all who have reached out to us, they have been so surprised and excited about eatBCH. And it’s not a surprise to us. What you guys did has impacted the lives of thousands of Venezuelans, and mine too. I thank you all deeply from the bottom of my heart for all your help and support, for all your guidance and recommendations. Want to help? You are more than welcome to donate to this address: pp8skudq3x5hzw8ew7vzsw8tn4k8wxsqsv0lt0mf3g And let me assure you that each single dollar counts! We hope that in 365 days from now, we will meet again celebrating our second anniversary! Thank you! - José and the eatBCH team
You have asked yourself if you are truly happy. To answer this question, we deduced that there are two paths to achieve happiness: to achieve what is needed or to stop requiring what you do not have. We could say roughly that the first method would be the hedonistic way and the second, the Stoic channel. Which of the two is superior? Epicurus was happy in his pleasure, Diogenes lived happily using only a bowl and when he discovered a dog drinking water in a puddle, he decided he did not need it. It is difficult to know which of the two was happiest, but even if one of them was. Is it important? If the only goal of man is to achieve happiness, does it matter what methodology is used? Let us take as an example of a situation that we have probably suffered in everyday life. A person falls in love with another that does not belong to him. The first demand the company of the other individual and as it does not have it is unhappy: the first is to fall in love with the beloved person, the second is to forget. Happiness is an emotional or affective state characterized by feelings of satisfaction and well-being. It is a subjective moment that, however, can be objectified for its analysis.
The Nandi Bear grabbed a bite to eat while checking out **Andreas Brekken's **[SideShift.ai ](https://sideshift.ai/) crypto exchange. Immensely cool! There are no user accounts or user registration (and no KYC / AML) and the site should be accessed using the Tor Browser. At current time the following coins are as listed a trade from: At current time the following coins are as listed a trade to: If you'd like to have your own coin listed you may do so by paying a nominal coin listing fee: - ERC20 token: $5,000 - Bitcoin fork: $7,500 - Other: $10,000+ If you're up for a referral link program Sideshift.ai has one: ¨NBSP; The SideShift.ai exchange also tells you how much more expensive each trade would be if conducted at the ShapeShift.io exchange: Some countries are blocked from accessing the Sideshift site (use Tor, and if still blocked create a new Tor identity): Please also see Bitcoin.com's recent Youtube video (published Feb. 3, 2019) in which Corbin Fraser interviews Andreas Brekken and conversation in regard to Sideshift.ai: Bitcoin.com Wallet's most Exciting Update yet, Bitbox v3 and More Bitcoin Cash News Please also see Bitcoin.com's relatively recent (published Jan. 12, 2019) news article by Jamie Redman: Sideshift App Demonstrates a Trade Between Lightning Network BTC and Tether That's all for now (got work to do!) Have a good night and thanks for stopping by to read the foregoing article! You can also find the Nandibear at the following sites: - Nandibear.com - forum.Bitcoin.com - BitcoinCashColoredCoins.com