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You just need to use it. By Emily Rose Dallara What is blockchain? Most blogs and articles are written by the people and companies who built a type of technology called ‘blockchain’. They want you to understand all the ins and outs, the way it works, why it works and what you should do with it. There are plenty of well-written articles like that. We don’t need to add another one. So, for everyone who really doesn’t get tech -- blockchain is something that works in the background to make transactions happen in cryptocurrency. You will hear the term ‘decentralized’ thrown around, which means that no one organization can alter the data embedded in the blockchain. By the way, if you still don’t quite get cryptocurrency -- it’s just another name for another type of ‘currency’ that’s not part of a country, region or institution. It’s an alternative method of payment that isn’t controlled by a third party, you have full control of the money. You control the passwords and sending and receiving money requires no personal information. It’s really handy. You can pay for loads of things, and you don’t need a bank account in most cases. Crypto is helping countries like Venezuela survive hyperinflation and it removes transactional barriers country-to-country. It’s also not affected by the state of the banking system. No ring fencing needed here. A quick low down on cryptocurrency and the banks can be found in our previous article. So, the blockchain… **The ‘blockchain’ isn’t a tangible thing. **It’s basically a list of transactions, addresses, numbers, and letters. Think of it like a foundation for people to add to and make useable, but sometimes just fun stuff. When crypto-fanatics who talk about; the tech, apps, nodes, and forks--and you’re not into technology in the slightest, you’ll glaze over pretty fast--and that’s ok, we can’t all be that way inclined. But just so you know, the people who build on the blockchain develop some really incredible things--like; Honest Cash, BITBOX and the new Peaceful Warrior online payment system Atomic Pay. How can you use blockchain every day? The most obvious apps that anyone can get a hang of, that happen to be part of ‘the blockchain’ are **wallets, **used to store your cryptocurrency. (A bit like Revolut, Paypal wallets and the app you use to check your online banking.) You can use them in real life, not just online. That bar you go to for post-work drinks every Friday; you could even use a wallet to pay for your drinks there. The bar just needs a wallet or a super simple crypto point of sale system (Bitpay has a great one). To pay for your drinks, just send them money from your wallet. Usually, this requires scanning a QR code on their phone and swiping ‘send’. They receive the money almost instantly and it costs a fraction of a cent. No need for pin codes, cash and in some cases even wifi isn’t needed. You are using blockchain technology is you use a crypto debit card. Bitpay has one for US customers and if you’re in Europe, Bitnovo has a really simple Mastercard backed one that currently supports seven cryptocurrencies. Alongside this card ( much like Revolut ) you have an app that allows the user to top up their card and find places to use it in the surrounding location. These cards are great if you want to spend crypto but a merchant doesn’t have a wallet or POS system themselves. Of course, there is no one stopping you from helping them to set up their own wallet, and then sending them some cryptocurrency to get them started! What if you don’t have any crypto? So forget the blockchain, you just want some crypto to buy stuff with. Here are your options for getting started that won’t drive you up the wall or require too much tech knowledge. 1. Visit free.bitcoin.com. In return for downloading a wallet, they will send you some free Bitcoin Cash. Free money yay! 2. Find a friend who has cryptocurrency send them some money and get them to immediately send you the same amount, but in your chosen crypto. 3. Use an exchange--we’re working on a super simple guide to get you through setting up an account. But if you’re eager to get your hands on some crypto--Coinbase does a pretty good job and is very beginner friendly. Really, ‘Blockchain technology’ is a buzzword, crypto is just another type of ‘money’ that’s broken down into different ‘coins’.Think of Bitcoin Cash or Dash as like the USD, ETH like the Euro and Bitcoin as Gold-- you wouldn’t try to spend it in a store because it’s way too much effort and pricey. You store it to see if you can make future gains or as keep as a stable asset. You can spend cryptocurrency on our website, no tech knowledge needed and it’s a step by step process. No messing. That’s how we like it, straight up and simple. Just like our crypto.
The level of traffic on the bitcoin blockchain took a sharp dive during the price crash of 2018, but a gradual and steady recovery has already taken us to new heights. Learn more in this 2-minute video: https://youtu.be/0N5Crg2_z4U
https://d.tube/#!/v/jza/rsmbjdwd En este epsiodio especial, reemplazamos las noticias por las de un tópico que he visto en el mundo de las criptodivisas y un debate en el tópico de adopción de estas. Particularmente la falta de atención al software empresarial de criptodivisas. Pero el debate va mas aya al tener una confrontación sobre el tema de la volatilidad versus el de herramientas. El de la volatilidad dice que las criptodivisas no se implementan por que la alta volatilidad puede comer las ganancias de los productos, en el caso que este caiga. Sin embargo, el argumento opuesto es que la demanda no justifica una perdida representativa en la mayoría de los negocios y hay gastos quizas mas importantes que la mera volatilidad. Aquí es donde vienen el otro aspecto que es la falta de herramientas empresariales. Aunque muchas monedas han tenido mucho dinero para poder pagar varios desarrolladores, la evolución al lado empresarial siempre ha sido una escases muy fuerte del cripto mundo. Al no tener plugins o accesos al software empresarial, las criptomonedas sufrirán en cuanto a la adopción emprearial de las mismas haciendolas aun mas dificiles de adoptar. La falta de soluciones empresariales significa que ahora los negocios se verian forzados a hacer sus propias herramientas por una demanda no probada y la combinación lo hace difícil implementar estas. Que opinas de este debate? Escribenos y comentanos tus opiniones. Sumate a la campaña en foundation para apoyar monetariamente a este podcast. https://fundition.io/#!/@jza/yr9azfezp Este programa es patrocinado por Paccoin, visitalo en: https://paccoin.net
We live in a new economy where society is adapting to the new financial operations and processes in the Crypto world, everything is changing dramatically, because there is a need to demonstrate the effective functioning of the new alternatives with respect to finance in these early years of the twenty-first century. In Honest Cash and in all platforms based on cryptocurrency we are committed to do well to be successful and implement innovations and make more attractive the work of creating quality content. I live in a country that has one of the most serious and unprecedented economic crises on the planet, such as Venezuela, but through the world of Crypto I have been able to find authentic financial stability, through my contribution of quality in each of the spaces to which I belong. The possibility that we have is infinite and this awakens a great feeling of emotion in those who once thought that this could be a utopia, but the most relevant thing is that we can already feel the future that lies in our own hands. All of us who come here can shape what we want Honest Cash to become and when I really write I always keep sincerity as the basis of presentation. Words come globally to the intelligent community that is paying attention, which are linked to ideas that can succeed from a partial or definite aspect. The opportunity we have to be pioneers will determine the concentration lapses to drive the best projects.
By Emily Rose Dallara On February 17th, I was asked to speak on a panel by Yann Rousselot - Pailley. He’s COO of Grand Aster Wealth Management. Yann previously advised the Canadian government on cryptocurrency and his company now provides Asian investors the opportunity to extend their portfolio and manage their wealth more efficiently. Their current focus right now is cryptocurrency. The topic of the discussion was: ‘Is crypto dead?’. Other panelists invited to discuss this topic included; Dominick Weil Founder of Ginero, George Nguyen Country Manager of 2359 media and Amir Irwan Project Lead of MyEtherPony. The audience was a mix of Asian and Western Investors, tech entrepreneurs and cryptocurrency enthusiasts. There were a few anomalies--people who just wanted to learn about crypto and blockchain tech and how it could be implemented within Vietnamese businesses. A few questions posed to the panel included; ‘Is crypto dead or just in a deep coma?’, ‘Will Quantum Computing kill crypto?’ ‘Is this the end of ICOs?’ and ‘has HODL ruined crypto?’ Let's get one thing straight for anyone reading this who isn’t in the crypto-sphere and wants to learn. Crypto is not dead. Peaceful Warrior are fully for using cryptocurrency as cash, alongside or in replacement of a national currency. My stance for the panel was the use of cryptocurrency and the need for global merchant adoption. Instead of talking about everything that goes on behind the scenes, at Peaceful Warrior, we believe the most important thing is USING cryptocurrency. Simply, easily--without even knowing you’re using blockchain technology. I use this an easy example for why this needs to be the case: Next time you whip out your debit card at a store. Think, do you know all the details about that tech working to make the transaction happen? Nope, all you know is that the money goes from your account, to the store, you take your goods and maybe the store gets charged for doing that-- right? But right now we’re seeing many cryptocurrency companies talking about the tech, and not to the people. So, we’re on a mission to change that. It was my goal for this panel to skip the tech and get to the facts. Even if it was just to open the minds of Vietnamese investors that day--it’s a start. Hopefully, you will find it useful too! Let’s focus on the overall question, because to be honest, the rest was pretty technical. Is crypto dead or just in a deep coma?’ Cryptocurrency is peer to peer electronic cash. Removing the third person (aka the banks) gives you --yes YOU back control of your money. Using cryptocurrency gives you the choice to send, spend and receive funds how you want, when you want--without providing any personal details about yourself. What does this really mean? Right now you trust your bank to keep your money ‘safe'. Have you ever thought what ‘safe’ actually means though? Let's break it down. The general bank account holder has: - A bank account managed by a third party. They hold; your pin codes, passwords, your money and your personal information, your hard-earned nest put aside for a ‘rainy day’. - They provide you with an electronic pin card, to which they know the pin at all times. - An online bank account that uses security questions and login details to secure it. If you forget your details, they will help you jailbreak your account. - They know everything about you, your name, your address, age, profession, income, marital status, credit rating, crimes you may have committed--everything. They use that to judge if you’re worthy of an account. But it’s also sellable and obtainable information. At any time anyone could attempt a malicious attack on your information to use at their discretion. In fact, a rogue employee could leak that information. - Sometimes you have a joint bank account. This means someone else has access to your information and can spend the balance and change information at will. - Overall--you are trusting someone else with your money. Banks can’t effectively protect you against financial crashes, hyperinflation or fraud. Banks can also: - Freeze your account - Unbank you--effectively closing your account without warning - Block ‘unauthorized’ transactions - Block transactions if they are deemed ‘suspicious’ So you see, when you dig a bit deeper, banks really aren’t that ‘safe’. Cryptocurrency is a safer option--but, what it really comes down to, is trusting yourself. Most people I’ve spoken to about using cryptocurrency instead of ‘normal’ money have the same concerns. ‘What if I lose my access?’ (aka their private keys) , what about the price volatility?, ‘Isn’t it a scam?’ In the panel yesterday, I made sure to answer these FAQ’s before getting into anything else. Assuming you’re totally new to cryptocurrency. Losing access to your private keys and your cryptocurrency is ultimately, your problem. The solution: Make backup cards containing your private keys, make copies and hide them in places you will remember. Provide joint access. Go old school, think of those in developing countries who don’t use banks--take the ‘cash under the mattress’ approach. The example I made to highlight the ease of keeping your private keys safe was--you wouldn’t carelessly toss your car keys around and forget about them, would you? That shit’s expensive to replace. You have spares and you ensure to keep them in a place you remember. It’s the same thing with your private keys. Secondly--price volatility. It was a big discussion point yesterday. I kept it short and sweet. “The more people who use cryptocurrency, the more stable it will become”. Simple as that. And don’t get me started on; ‘is it a scam?’’ Do. Your. Own. Research. But in all seriousness, we need better content and quicker adoption by merchants to help people realize it’s not just a ‘fad’. Back to the main question: ‘Is crypto dead or just in a deep coma?’. I could go on for a long time about why it’s neither, but I decided to keep to the point. I explained to the audience about what’s really going on behind the scenes, and why the bear market has actually been a positive thing for us. 1. Adoption rate is growing, but it’s still not fast enough. Right now, approximately over 1000 merchants accept Bitcoin Cash worldwide. Approximately 3000 merchants accept Dash and some still accept BTC as payment. Just the other week Paraguay and Argentina sealed a deal using Bitcoin ( BTC ) as payment- those fees though, ouch! 2. Humanitarian projects are using cryptocurrencies to save lives. You may or may not know, South East Asia has its fair share of media censorship. It was a shock to the audience when I explained what’s happening in Venezuela. Written about frequently on the Honest Cash platform, Venezuela is in economic crisis. Their national currency is no longer of value and they’re using cryptocurrency to survive. Someone asked me ‘but how do they 'cash out' to buy things?’ I answered, “they don’t, crypto replaces their currency. It is THEIR currency. Without it they would be screwed. Cryptocurrency is their lifeline and a much more feasible option for them now and in the future.” Seeing the audience and even a couple of the panelists shocked by the information showed this information was a real turning point for them. So you see, if you put all the trust in your bank and national currency, it may come around to bite you in the butt one day. 3. Building. Whilst it’s nice and quiet in the market, developers have time to build and test. There has been so much activity in communities, we’re not all sat around anxiously watching the market. In fact, everyone is busier than ever. Making sure the utilities, features, platforms, and applications are in place for the next time the market picks up. Making foundations for you to use cryptocurrency easier and more efficiently. Projects I mentioned in the discussion were: eatBCH, Airdrop Venezuela, Honest.Cash and Peaceful Warrior (shameless shill) and the Bitcoin.com Podcast Network. After the panel, we went on to discuss a topic investors in the audience threw at us, ‘ How does the value and price of cryptocurrency correlate?.’ A friend of mine (the filmmaker behind the Satoshi Awards launch movie) smashed it with his response. ***“It’s not. If I did some work and was paid in cryptocurrency, but then the price of cryptocurrency dropped, would the value of my work change? No.’ *** Nobody could disagree with that. It was interesting to see the audience really open their minds to using cryptocurrency and not just see it as an investment option. I’m looking forward to being able to speak at future panels in South East Asia in the future! It’s so fun! More content is on it’s way. We have a growing marketing team at Peaceful Warrior and we can’t wait to show you what’s been happening over the last few months. Follow us on Honest Cash, Twitter and Instagram to stay updated and join our Telegram group.
Not many will convert into this cashless society such as crypto currencies, even though many uses digital cash but through a bank. Some think digital assets will not go far. But when you look up how many active Nodes in America, it’s amazing how’d it grown over time. Many friends of mines call me a fool. I look at them like you don’t even understand what’s a Blockchain by itself. Oh well I’m glad to be aboard of this revolutionary change of wealth and power…
Blockchain is usually associated with Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, but these are just the tip of the iceberg. And is that this technology, which has its origins in 1991, when Stuart Haber and W. Scott Stornetta described the first work on a chain of cryptographically insured blocks, was not notorious until 2008, when it became popular with the arrival of Bitcoin. Currently its use is being demanded in other commercial applications and an annual growth of 51% is projected for 2022 in several markets, such as that of financial institutions or the Internet of Things (IoT), according to MarketWatch. In its simplest essence, the chain of blocks, better known by the English term Blockchain, is a single register, consensual and distributed in several nodes of a network. In the case of cryptocurrencies, we can think of it as the accounting book where each of the transactions is recorded. Its operation can be complex to understand, but if we delve into the internal details of its implementation, we can conclude basic and vital aspects of the Blockchain; each block has a specific and immovable place within the chain, since each block contains hash information from the previous block. The entire chain is stored in each node of the network that makes up the blockchain, so an exact copy of the chain is stored in all the network participants. Being a distributed technology, where each node of the network stores an exact copy of the chain, the availability of information is guaranteed at all times, making it very secure, so any type of information that needs to be preserved from Form intact and that must remain available can be stored in Blockchain. The latter has resulted in a large number of uses in the fields of health, documents, identification, insurance, IoT devices, financial and others. Being the crypto ecosystem a derivation in its essence of Bitcoin, the first and main cryptocurrency of the market, with more than 50% of the share of the crypto-market, it is logical to think that for financial experts, traders, investors, institutions and the general public, requires a block explorer within the Bitcoin Blockchain, in order to verify relevant information from a technical, analytical and financial point of view. Given this concern, Blockchain.com was born, a startup that was born in Luxembourg in 2009 in principle as a web server to statistically explore vital market information of Bitcoin in the beginning and Ethereum and Bitcoin Cash more recently. The company has grown significantly, positioning itself as one of the fastest growing and most reliable in the world of cryptocurrencies with more than 70 million dollars raised by solid institutional investors within Silicon Valley, Wall Street and London StockExchange, as its website indicates. In addition to having your main valuarte on your wallet of the same name, Blockchain presents a series of updated technical information reference in your block explorer. In order to familiarize ourselves with the fascinating world of blockchain technology, we bring you the 8 most common terms that you will hear from Blockchain and that you need to be clear to understand when you browse in the most used block explorer of the crypto space. Price As its name indicates, it refers to the average market price of the cryptocurrency in USD, in this case Bitcoin, in most exchanges or crypto exchanges. The price of Bitcoin in this case, for example, is calculated in the same way as the rest of all fiduciary currencies, based on supply and demand in the main crypto exchanges of the world. HashRate In mineable cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, it is common to hear the term hashrate. In simple terms it is a measure of the processing power of the network, in this case of the Bitcoin network. Its value for Bitcoin is given in tera hashes per second (TH / s), given the exponential increase of the difficulty from its origin, which has forced to be only minable through ASIC equipment (integrated specific application circuits) highly expensive and sophisticated. According to the cryptocurrency, this value varies depending on the particular algorithm under which it was conceptualized at its origin. According to Bitcoin.org, 'hash rate' or the hash rate is the unit of processing power of the Bitcoin network. Its current value according to Blockchain.com is 43.69 TH / s and that means that the network can make 43,691,832 trillion calculations per second. Difficulty It is a mathematical value of the difficulty of finding a valid hash for a block. It is a value that is used to show how difficult it is to find a hash that is lower than the goal defined by the system. The Bitcoin network, for example, has a global block difficulty. Valid blocks must have a hash below this goal. Mining pools also have a difficulty in sharing in a specific group or pool that sets a lower limit for actions. The Bitcoin network and in general of many cryptocurrencies, work with a set of connected nodes (supercomputers) that go in a race to discover the valid hash (a fingerprint of some binary input) to find the next block containing cryptocurrencies and receive the respective reward. Depending on the power of the network, the algorithms automatically adjust the difficulty (in the case of Bitcoin every 2016 blocks) to be able to guarantee the fixed supply of cryptocurrencies and avoid being compromised its network. The halving in Bitcoin, is known as the adjustment of the difficulty, and the next one is planned for the year 2020. With each adjustment of difficulty, the reward of the miners (the connected nodes) is also reduced by half compared to the previous period. Currently this reward is 12.5 BTC per block found. TX Per Day Number of transactions in the last 24 hours. Bitcoin reached the highest transaction rates per day this week since January 2018. A transaction in simple form is a transfer of bitcoins from one address to another. Specifically, a transaction is a signed data structure that expresses a transfer of value. The transactions are collected by the miners and included in blocks that remain permanent in the Blockchain. Basically in the Bitcoin network for example, what happens in the blockchain is a transaction log and its numeric data illustrates the greater or lesser amount of use that is being given to the particular blockchain of that cryptocurrency. The theoretical limit of transactions for Bitcoin is currently 867 thousand per day. The minimum size of transactions is 166 bytes. Because a block is validated every 10 minutes, with a 1MB block size, it implies a theoretical maximum rate of 10 TPS (transactions per second). This has been one of the key points, for which Bitcoin like many other cryptocurrencies have been derived in forks (or divisions), whether soft or hard as in the case of Ethereum and Bitcoin Cash. The argument is that to achieve a greater number of uses of cryptocurrencies and the blockchain in general, it is necessary to approach VISA levels of 10k TPS. Already EOS, Ripple and other Blockchains have been working with satisfactory results on this topic. For now, Bitcoin, despite only being able to process 10 TPS, continues to be the most important cryptocurrency by market capitalization. However, it is not ruled out that within the Bitcoin Core currents, there exists at some point the improvement of the scalability of the network apart from LN and SegWit. Average value It refers to the average amount that was sent during the last 24-hour period. It is the estimated total value of transactions in BTC in the network that has been sent, discarding the entries by 'change'. A block can have multiple inputs and a single output, or the most common case; a single entrance and two exits; that graphically is the example when a good is bought with a unit of account of greater value at the price of the good, and receives the respective 'change' for said transaction. In Bitcoin it is common to find some blocks with this type of input / output, so the currencies that return to the one that 'sends' for the concept of 'change' in this average value are not taken into account. Media Commission It is the average rate added to a transaction in the last 24-hour period. Remember that all transactions, in order to be confirmed, need to make a "donation" to the network. A commission that will receive the miner who validates the transaction. The commissions in Bitcoin (and in almost all crypts) are not paid depending on the value of the amount sent. When dealing with purely digital money, the commission is determined by the size in disk space occupied by a transaction: bytes. No matter how much the value of the transaction, if not what involvement has at the computer level. The commission is not something fixed or explicitly imposed, it is the user who determines how much he is willing to pay according to his need. As we mentioned in the section on Average Value, a transaction is not required to have a single entry and a single exit, but it can be composed of multiple inputs and outputs. Depending on this, the transaction will have more or less content, that is, it will occupy more bytes on disk. Unconfirmed It is the number of transactions pending confirmation, and its value or concept has to do with the previous section of the average commissions. In the mining of Bitcoin, those transactions that have an additional incentive or higher than the others, will receive the attention of the miners to confirm and validate their transactions, otherwise; it simply causes a large number of transactions to remain pending confirmation by the miners. The reason is that the miners, based on the transactions that are pending in the mempool, select the ones that pay the most at the rate of satoshi / byte in the case of Bitcoin. If the network is not overloaded, miners will simply add to all transactions without problem, but if it is overloaded they will prioritize transactions with more commission to earn more money. MemPool Aggregate size of the transactions pending confirmation. It is a measure of what the above section implies, but depending on the number of bytes it represents for the network, the transactions waiting to be confirmed. Given that the Bitcoin block is only 1 MB, the miners give priority to those who pay the most and consequently an increase in the cost of the commission begins, as there are people who need to deliver their transaction as soon as possible and the price goes up. , and those who pay little remain at the bottom of the mempool.
Much has been written lately about humanitarian aid in my country Although I do not try to take a political position on this, considering it is humanitarian, for anyone is an open secret for more than 15 years the strenuous crisis that my fellow citizens are suffering in the country. And the reason is not for less daunting: every minute inflation gains ground in a country where there are many birds of prey waiting for any fool to fall into their clutches for, worth the redundancy, tear it. A shows an example lived recently with a package of diapers for children: a price consulted in the establishment in question indicated that it was worth (for the time of purchase) $ 3.45 and the return of walking just 1 km on foot, it indicated exactly in the same place $ 4.55. It is worth noting that the time elapsed was just 90 minutes. Examples like this exist a lot in a hyperinflationary country, in addition to one of ex-officio speculators that leads even more to a spiral of poverty to the most deprived. For my friends who are outside, they do not understand (and I do not blame them, it also cost me to understand it after I return) how can an average family of five people live? With a basic salary of $ 5.62 a month when the basic family basket is estimated at about $ 250 in the same period. Difficult to believe true? … But that's how simple people SURVIVE and are literally dying little by little, especially those sick people who do not have the financial capacity to supply food, less medicines at international prices calculated to the parallel dollar that reigns in the country . Now, the purpose of the above is simply to expose in a clear and unabashed context a reality that many read, but sincerely few deepen and to understand the main point of the post, which is the issue in question; it is necessary to know reality in a practical way. In a country with 27 million inhabitants (4 million are said to have left), with hyperinflation and no productive capacity, with an impoverished population of more than 80% it is logical to think that humanitarian aid is necessary. But there is a fundamental theme of all this; and it is that humanitarian aid unfortunately like many initiatives of this type; They are nothing more than hot water cloths. Worse yet, most of these helps do not finally reach the people who really need it. And in the case of Venezuela, where a regime openly opposes this type of collaboration in order to control its population with hunger and make them dependent on its rulers, as a Russian-Cuban socialist recipe; It is logical to think that there will be saboteurs by trade to try to make a major failure of this structure. Therefore, to avoid this type of feasible scenarios that in the country have been seen in abundance with other similar intentions and not as similar as the electoral votes; there is a real way to empower the most disadvantaged population without the political dye that characterizes today's aid and thus achieve complement it; by using cryptocurrencies. HOW? Through initiatives such as GiveCrypto, eatBHC, and other similar volunteers who have demonstrated in Reddit subgroups such as Banana Coin, Nano, Dash; the real help could be diverse, direct and beneficial to the most displaced population, the poorest and most vulnerable that can not read, write, let alone VOTE for a party or candidate; but you really need to feed your children or grandparents that last up to two days on average to feed once a day. In addition, I go beyond .. An initiative of registration in the Blockchain of all the beneficiaries integrated with the copy of your DNI attached to the file of the transaction would make this type of system more transparent to guarantee a real monitoring of the distribution of resources . On the other hand, the integration as a test in a first stage for businesses with payment systems in cryptocurrencies (read Button payment in the style of BCH, points of sale integrated with wallets, etc) would allow in a country with high index of insecurity can really achieve a mass use of criptmonedas for this type of aid, since publicly expose to scan a QR with a smartphone in public in Venezuela is a reality that costs to death. Finally, in a medium term the evangelization of this type of practices will allow many individuals who do not know about crypts but if they handle a smartphone for social networks, know the technology and with the previous point anchored; Grow your education and interest in the subject. This will ultimately be a major benefit for many in the ecosystem obviously. It is worth noting that in the poor neighborhoods of the country, where 90% do not currently have access to medicines and just over half of them regularly; It is paradoxical to observe them with smartphones in their homes and jobs and even Internet connection and computer equipment in their homes. My long journey through poor, rural and deprived areas due to my work in the field; It has allowed me to meet with that paradoxical contrast. Hence, the probability of success in a country destroyed but with high culture and cybernetic penetration as we call it here is very high. Only lack will, resources and find the right people without political interests of any dye to help the needy. In general, for initiatives of this kind to be successful, it is essential to think in the short term of: 1.- System of registration of beneficiaries in a public Blockchain. 2.- Capacity to provide points of sale in crypts or payment buttons for shops. 3.- Legal and technical advice to the merchants to comply with their obligations derived from the use of cryptocurrencies. 4.- Education and simple technical disclosure to the beneficiaries and volunteers in general. 5.- Direct distribution of funds through crypt payment systems and eventually through convertibility bonds in fiduciary currencies for cases where data connections are not available and difficult penetration. For example, send funds in crypts to a representative, just as most organizations do, then allow that exchange of funds through a DEX exchange or P2P type like Localbitcoins to change to local currency that allows purchases of food in areas remote to deliver help in real time. PD: I do not represent any NGO, political party, much less GiveCrypto, eatBCH or similar.
Announcing the Satoshi Awards, Acapulco 2020 - the World’s first cryptocurrency awards with voting on the blockchain. The Satoshi Awards was launched live at Anarchapulco, 2019. Attendees of the event had first view of an exclusive conceptual, short film launching the first crypto awards ceremony of its kind. Since Satoshi Nakamoto mined the first bitcoin block in 2009, we’ve halved twice, gone to the Moon and back, and are now heading for Mars. A decade of rollercoasters, community achievements and technological breakthroughs that deserve recognition. Dedicated to all visionaries, anarchists, artists, pioneers and truth seekers, the Satoshi Awards will celebrate their endeavors and the mark they are leaving on our movement. Stepping away from the hype and the market, we wish to look back and honor those who’ve played a key role in this industry. To be held in Acapulco, Mexico in February 2020, the Satoshi Awards will honor the best in crypto, by launching the world’s first cryptocurrency awards ceremony. The twist? The nominations and voting process will occur on the blockchain. An awards ceremony shaped by the community, relying on a transparent and open process to nominate and vote for their crypto-heroes. The special event will take place alongside Anarchapulco’s 6th annual event. Wrapped in a vintage atmosphere, the Satoshi Awards are inspired by the Roaring Twenties, a time of social, artistic and cultural dynamism. They broke with tradition, were empowered by modern technology, and everything seemed feasible. Today, our crypto movement mirrors that era, and is also calling for a change-- armed with blockchain technology. Want to be part of it? For more information please visit thesatoshiawards.com or contact our team at info[@]thesatoshiawards.com. Join The Satoshi Awards Telegram group and follow us over on Twitter and Instagram.  To talk to us about sponsoring the 2020 awards, please email: sponsor[@]thesatoshiawards.com.
The bull market seems to have returned strongly again and this is evident in the current structure of the cryptocurrency market with the majority booming profits. Surprisingly the market yesterday and today is showing an amazing difference. Progressively, some currencies have seized this opportunity to reclaim previous points as they flourish with profits. A reflection of the above is the existing struggle between Litecoin (LTC) and EOS. At the beginning of the week we witnessed that the cryptocurrency of Charlie Lee, Litecoin, had moved from the fourth place to EOS. In a rather interesting participation of events, EOS has now reclaimed its place. EOS not only made this quick return in two days, but it was also the one that won the most among the top 20 of the cryptocurrencies with a 5.69% gain in that period of time. However, nothing is defined yet, because although LTC registers contractions in its price, the difference in volumes is very small (barely $ 400 million), which could change the outlook if LTC revives another bullish rally. At the time of writing, according to CoinMarketCap, EOS is presented with a price of $ 2.87 a spot with a growth of 1.64% in the last 24 hours. Its stock market capitalization market is $ 2.6 billion and has a remaining supply of exactly 200,000 coins to be issued. Observing the technical analysis in Binance of 1H, the cryptocurrency presents a significant reduction of 4.78% in the day of today Wednesday, falling from $ 3.01 to the current price of $ 2.85 per unit. A possible correction is expected up to the projected level. The Parabolic SAR indicator denotes the bear market correction moment drawing above the candlesticks. The Aroon indicator has indicated that the bearish trend will be for a short time, since its bearish line has indicated a downtrend shift, moving above the uptrend (green line) that follows its trip to the south. The RSI indicator confirms the bearish moment, with the sales pressure of the altcoin on this moment, approaching dangerously at oversold levels. On the 1D chart in Binance, the trend remains bearish, and a support level projected at $ 2.59 slightly lower than the short-term spot. The same Aroon indicator tells us that the cryptocurrency will maintain the bullish level of recent days, at least in the medium term, with its bullish line making small changes in the top and its bearish line (red color) stagnant in the background. The Relative Strength Index (RSI) the trend is similar to the previous one, with the pressure of purchase orders in the medium term, without sudden changes that indicate otherwise. The *Chaikin Money Flow *indicates for its part that a small group of investors are collecting the relative earnings of these last days, representative of the moment to the downside at the time of writing for EOS. In conclusion, the ability to maintain a good volume in the medium term and the entry of more money into the ecosystem of EOS is what will allow it to continue maintaining its fourth position. https://www.binance.com/en/trade/pro/EOS_USDT
The cryptocurrency world is a mysterious one, wrapped in secrecy and anonymity. Where cryptography meets blockchain and revolutionaries. For many of us, this has been a journey to discover a new found philosophy of life, where liberty, freedom of choice and voluntarism are key. We’ve embraced an ongoing social and economical experiment for the betterment of humankind. Anybody is welcome to take part, just follow the yellow brick road, learn and envision a decentralized future. We walk at night, masked, wearing our ruby slippers and cloaked in our superhero capes. We are everyone and no one. We are on a mission, to bring peer to peer electronic cash to all and more. How? With different backgrounds and cultures, the crypto community is broad, a mix bag of talents, cypherpunks, marketeers, politicians, economists and you and me, with hopes of a better world. Once you stumble upon it, you can’t go back. From a colorless world, where federal banks and corruption reign, you’ve emerged from the rabbit hole, empowered and enlightened. You now have hope. The Satoshi Awards are here to celebrate you, your heart, your courage and your vision. We wish to honor those who’ve dared to step onto the yellow brick road, to look beyond the known. Unmasked, with no wicked witch standing in your way, the rest of the world awaits. We are bold, pioneers on the frontlines of a new economy. A community united with purpose. We feel the urgency, and we want to be prepared. On the brink of a new world, we want monetary power to lie with the people. Now, we must honor the visionaries that have paved the way for us, to live in a timestamped technicolor dream.
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Doris Ojuederie, founder of BAL; an educative forum that aims to bring all African women together through the Blockchain education in an Exclusive interview with Cryptotvplus shares an eye opener and her journey to the Blockchain technology. There are quite a number of opinions about the Blockchain, however when asked what she would say about the Blockchain technology she said: “Blockchain is a decentralized data base that transmit transactions in the form of information among various computer networks. It’s the next biggest technology that is going to change the way we transact and interact, it’s the new internet of value. Finally Blockchain is freedom”. Also, she shares her journey into the fast emerging technology: “My desire to learn and understand the Blockchain technology spurred up 6 years ago while I was a University undergraduate. I was opportune to find myself in a group where Bitcoin investment was constantly talked about. For the first time, I heard about Bitcoin and Blockchain. In my ignorant mind, I taught the whole Blockchain technology is all about Bitcoin. She buttressed her point further: As a young entrepreneur, I invested heavily in cryptocurrency. I had a routine of buying low and selling high. I made good profit as a young crypto trader. As I advanced and got out of college, I conducted a diligent research and discovered there was more to this technology than just trading cryptos. Thereafter I became conscious that cryptocurrency is only a product of the Blockchain Technology and other offspring will spring up in time. My knowledge venture continued and I gradually utilized opportunities coming from this technology. After eventually graduating from college, I never submitted a CV. I was self-sufficient and needed no job. My Blockchain earnings were enough to take care of my basic needs. In the long run, I became financially independent, free, and started enjoying the freedom of being my own bank. In what areas of Blockchain are you most passionate? I am passionate about Blockchain Education and Blockchain Development. Knowing well that the Blockchain technology is an emerging Technology that will disrupt the way we live our lives, I have an earnest desire to study and know more about how to build this technology. The concept of decentralization and empowerment can only exist if we have Blockchain education. Interestingly I have a crazy passion for educating Women in Africa on how to benefit from the Low hanging fruits of the Blockchain. What is your product all about? What challenges or problems have you identified? How will your innovation use the Blockchain to solve these problems? I founded Blockchain African Ladies BAL an organization that educates and trains African women on various aspects of the Blockchain Technology. BAL organization was created due to my passion for educating newbies about the Blockchain Technology and to create many financially free African women. At BAL, we are gradually achieving this goal through our constant seminars, workshops, Webinars, and trainings. The Future Plans for BAL Every firm, organization, startups have a set goal which they aim to achieve on the long run. For Doris together with her team – a group of amazing women around Africa, this is how they aim to see these plans through; One of the problem BAL intend solving is financial access and empowerment for women in Africa with the plans to produce 1 million female Blockchain enthusiasts and analysts across Africa, producing over 1000 female Blockchain developers across Africa. The fastest route to get more women in the space is through Education. BAL attends and organize conferences, meet ups and Special training across Africa. I believe that getting more women in the Blockchain ecosystem will give the tech a faster Adoption. And with the various activities and programs Finally, Africa’s leading female Blockchain startup-BAL have plans to build Tech Hub Centers across Africa, where women will effect Blockchain Applications and Development.
BONUS MAP IDEA DRAWING This is a general map idea, placements of the buildings, NPCs, etc. I will define every building and NPC in following posts. BUILDINGS Buildings will appear as soon as I finish them, I will update this posts continuously TEMPLE (HQ) Building Costs: 150 Wood, 150 Gold Produces: General Upgrades, Wizards, Power, Captains, Mana Upgrade max: Level 10 Upgrade cost formula: WIP Actions: -Upgrade -Train Wizard -+Captain(Sub Division: -Pick Captain -Train Captain -Edit Captain) -+Mana(Sub Division: -Research -Shop) -Info  BANK Building Costs: 50 Wood, 50 Stone, 5 Cocoa Beans, 100 Gold Produces: Gold, Cocoa Beans, Upgrades Upgrade max: 10 Upgrade cost formula: WIP Actions: -Upgrade -Train Traders ARMORSMITH Building Costs: 30 Wood, 30 Gold, 30 Materials Produces: Armors, Upgrades, Cloth Upgrade max: 5 Upgrade cost formula: WIP Actions: -Upgrade -Train Worker -Research -Info -Shop WEAPONSMITH Building Costs: 30 Wood, 30 Gold, 30 Materials Produces: Weapons, Upgrades Upgrade max: 5 Upgrade cost formula: WIP Actions: -Upgrade -Train Worker -Research -Info -Shop BARRACKS Building Costs: 40 Wood, 40 Gold, 40 Materials, 20 Food Produces: Warriors, Upgrades Upgrade max: 15 Upgrade cost formula: WIP Actions: -Upgrade -Train Warrior -Research -Info -Shop WORKSHOP Building Costs: 20 Wood, 20 Gold, 20 Materials Produces: Materials, Upgrades Upgrade max: 12 Upgrade cost formula: WIP Actions: -Upgrade -Train Worker -Research -Info -Shop FARM Building Costs: 20 Wood, 20 Gold, 20 Food Produces: Food, Upgrades Upgrade max: 12 Upgrade cost formula: WIP Actions: -Upgrade -Train Worker -Research -Info -Shop MINE Building Costs: 20 Wood, 20 Gold, 20 Stone Produces: Stone, Gems, Upgrades Upgrade max: 15 Upgrade cost formula: WIP Actions: -Upgrade -Train Worker -Research -Gem Workshop(Available from level 15) -Info -Shop LUMBERMILL Building Costs: 20 Wood, 20 Gold Produces: Wood, Upgrades Upgrade max: 12 Upgrade cost formula: WIP Actions: -Upgrade -Train Worker -Research -Info -Shop
Drown out the noise, there's another way, it's clearer now. Consistency, please.
Permissionless, decentralized, non-custodial, peer-to-peer. The beacon of hope, a new currency, a new lifestyle is there, it's up to you to make it work. But how?
Personally, I’m just as big on mesh networks and environmental sustainability as I am on p2p trade networks. The green energy advocate and the cryptocurrency user seem worlds apart. Yet both communities need to be talking about NANO. But why should a green-energy advocate care about a cryptocurrency, and how energy efficient is it, really? To answer that, we need to first look at where Bitcoin failed, and where NANO is fixing the problem. Bitcoin had potential. With its original lack of centralization, low transaction fees, and fast transaction speed combined with relative anonymity in purchasing, Bitcoin could have been the cryptocurrency to demolish the central banking system once and for all, and transform currency and our entire market structure into a free market system. But it didn’t. In fact, where fees were originally less than a cent, even a $40 transaction can now have the equivalent of a $4 fee attached. Where there was a lack of central authority and general equality, there are now bitcoin whales and banks. Where there were near-instant transaction speeds, there are now sometimes days of waiting for trade confirmation. And while all this is happening, Bitcoin is so energy-inefficient that it 950 KWH (kilowatt-hours) per transaction. To most people, that’s just a number. So for comparison, the average American household consumes 867 KWH per month. Enter NANO. NANO does not have the same problem of centralization as Bitcoin does, or even a regular blockchain-based cryptocurrency, because NANO uses a system called the block-lattice. With the block-lattice, every person has their own blockchain. It’s very similar, in that respect, to mutual credit - a term the left-libertarians may recognize. In fact, it’s extremely similar, because it practically only exists between the sender and the receiver. (There is an actual mutual credit cryptocurrency, which I will do a post about later.) So how do they avoid someone lying about how much NANO they have? Like regular blockchain money, NANO does have a puzzle that the computer has to solve in order to validate. However, it’s been set up to be both energy-efficient for your computer and made extremely hard and time-consuming for someone to try to spam or hack the network. Here’s a video explaining it a little better, also with closed captions. So how energy-efficient is NANO, and why do I call it a green crypto? NANO, unlike bitcoin, only consumes 0.000032 KWH per transaction. An LED light-bulb, comparitively takes an hour to consume 0.005 KWH. Essentially, you would need to be making about 150 NANO transactions an hour to consume the same energy. And because all the coins that are in NANO are still there, and will not be added to, it will never get less energy-efficient. And right now, that makes NANO over 8,467,023 times more efficient than Bitcoin, which surprisingly is still more energy efficient than the Federal Reserve. The whole network is so energy-efficient that it can work off one wind turbine, and the NANO community is working to buy a small 14 square kilometer forest so that they have a negative carbon footprint rather than just a neutral one. It’s not perfect, sure, but it’s great news in working towards a sustainable future.
Down the rabbit hole…HODL, Bitcoin, Blockchain--what chain?  But the doubts, the skeptics, the FUD. Do your own research.
The Black Pearl Network is a brand new Dapp that incorporates multiple block-chain exchange games combined with a social community. Users earn dividends in the crypto of their choice, TRX, POA, ETH, or ETC simply for holding MEDA tokens.  Soon, users will also be able to earn "social points" for being active on the site and for curating and liking content. Let your voice be heard! It's time we start taking better care of eachother in the crypto space. We are all one big family, so let's start acting like it! Check it out at (https://blackpearl.network/trx-network?masternode=TNovJ7vdMYeKiuKsuQXYNkRPeyrHWNzhRV)