The alt market is an absolutely fascinating place and I’d never leave. Speaking of which, I’ve noticed a few great alt coins dealing with even more trolls lately (Bitcointalk in particular seems to spawn them ad infinitum, “Halo” style). The sad, final death spasms of broke idiots who want our species to be tethered to fiat forever don’t exactly give me (or any other user) a reason to exit the alt market. Massive profit, evidently, does tend to outweigh the inconvenience of blocking trolls. And do keep trolling, kids, but make sure you take breaks from time to time so the adults can actually get a little work done. Don’t want to wear yourselves out all at once — trolls are supposed to be the Internet’s carefree cloaked malevolents, not desperate little starry-eyed things set on their cult-like instamined coin going to the Moon while all other currencies in the universe burn to the ground.
Learn how to promote Bitcoin adoption from an expert in the field! Part 2 of a how-to series.
If you or someone in the area has been preaching crypto for a while, you probably have a few nearby businesses accepting Bitcoin by now. This is an important first step, and worthy of celebration over a few Bitcoin beers. Bitcoin evangelism never sleeps, however, so it’s time to grow the seeds you’ve sown into a sustainable Bitcoin economy. But before you get started, heed what I’ve learned from my latest efforts.
Dell had little impact on Bitcoin price. It did have some impact on Bitcoin price though. What is the future of Bitcoin price? Less Bitcoin price volatility
The never-ending race to break Tor just got a little more competition.
The Russian federal government is now offering roughly $111,000 (or 3.9 million roubles) to researchers who explore ways to de-anonymize and learn technical details about all Tor users. The Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) is accepting proposals until August at their Moscow office.
Undoubtedly you have all seen photographs of people on TV and online who have been blurred to hide faces. For the most part this is all fine with peoples’ faces as there isn’t a convenient way to reverse the blur back into a photo so detailed that you can recognise the photo. So that’s good if that is what you intended. However, many people also resort to blurring sensitive numbers and text. I’ll illustrate why that is a BAD idea.
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