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Accounts Name: blocktrades
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Last Post 2020-03-20T04:15:57
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2020-04-03 08:29:33

BitCoin: 6,802.58$

2020-04-03 08:29:33
Posts:
  • Why I won’t be compromising with Justin Sun
    why-i-won-t-be-compromising-with-justin-sun
    At this point, it seems like most of the community is in agreement on one thing: they don’t want Justin Sun here. The primary disagreement seems to be how to achieve that. From what I’ve been told, even Justin himself has said he doesn’t want to be here. He just wants to get paid to leave. So the purpose of this post is to list the reasons why I don’t think it’s a good idea to pay him to leave and why I won’t be participating in any such deal via coding support, money (among other ideas, I’ve b ... more
    2020-03-16 17:31:33 Block Num: 41,707,955
  • The History of Delegated Proof-of-Stake (DPOS)
    the-history-of-delegated-proof-of-stake-dpos
    DPOS (aka Delegated Proof-of-Stake) was invented by Daniel Larimer as a replacement for the Proof-Of-Work consensus algorithm used by Bitcoin and most other cryptocurrencies at that time. All the blockchains developed by Dan (including BitShares, Steem, and EOS) use DPOS to select their block producers. In this post, I’m going to discuss the history that led to the invention of DPOS. I was working closely with Dan at the time of its invention, and this is how it happened, to the best of my reco ... more
    2020-03-10 20:54:21 Block Num: 41,539,512
  • BlockTrades' Steem wallet is temporarily disabled
    blocktrades-steem-wallet-is-temporarily-disabled
    Our Steem wallet is shutdown until the crisis around the takeover attempt by Justin Sun is resolved. This is necessary in order to prevent the Steemit tokens that were promised for blockchain development from being dumped on our site, because our site offers automated pricing. I sincerely apologize for the inconvenience, but once this situation is resolved successfully, we will re-enable our Steem wallet for buying and selling Steem and SBD. I also apologize for not making this post earlier, ... more
    2020-03-04 18:33:57 Block Num: 41,364,376
  • Cryptocurrency forks: why do they happen and what happens after?
    cryptocurrency-forks-why-do-they-happen-and-what-happens-after
    This is my promised follow-up post to my previous post on the legal basis for cryptocurrency forks. In this post I’ll discuss some of the potential economic results of a cryptocurrency fork. If you haven’t already read my previous post referenced above, I highly encourage it unless you consider yourself a cryptocurrency expert, since I’m assuming knowledge of the first three sections of that post: 1) How does a cryptocurrency start?, 2) Why does cryptocurrency have value?, and 3) What is a cry ... more
    2020-02-28 19:17:36 Block Num: 41,222,354
  • The Legal Basis of Cryptocurrency Forks
    the-legal-basis-of-cryptocurrency-forks
    Prologue: The recent confusion in comments I’ve seen about legal property rights and cryptocurrency forks, led me to write this post. This post has some passing relationship to my previous post on Blockchain Consensus, but I’ve focused this post on the legal implications rather than the social ones, and I’m also writing this more for the general reader rather than for cryptocurrency people (but it still assumes some small knowledge of cryptocurrency). How does a cryptocurrency get started? Be ... more
    2020-02-26 16:12:12 Block Num: 41,161,198
  • The Fundamental Underpinning of Blockchain Consensus
    the-fundamental-underpinning-of-blockchain-consensus
    All peer-to-peer blockchains operate under some form of consensus. People often talk about the rules of the blockchain as defining the terms of that consensus, which is true in some sense, but very wrong in another. At it’s deepest level, peer-to-peer network consensus is established by the people who run the software on their computers. As a computer owner, you have the right to run the software you want on that system and this includes running software that let’s you participate in a peer-to- ... more
    2020-02-24 00:01:33 Block Num: 41,084,444
  • Time to boycott Rambler.ru if you use it in any way
    time-to-boycott-ramber-ru-if-you-use-it-in-any-way
    I came across this article today about the Rambler Group causing the offices of NGINX in Moscow to be raided: https://www.zdnet.com/article/russian-police-raid-nginx-moscow-office Quick summary of the article Russian police raided the NIGNX office in Moscow based on a copyright claim against NGINX by the Rambler Group (some big search engine company in Russia which I guess I've heard of, but never used). The NGINX developer developed it in his spare time while working as a system admin for ... more
    2019-12-13 18:54:42 Block Num: 39,008,770
  • Time to boycott Ramber.ru if you use it in any way
    time-to-boycott-ramber-ru-if-you-use-it-in-any-way
    I came across this article today about the Rambler Group causing the offices of NGINX in Moscow to be raided: https://www.zdnet.com/article/russian-police-raid-nginx-moscow-office Quick summary of the article Russian police raided the NIGNX office in Moscow based on an copyright claim against NGINX by the Rambler Group (some big search engine company in Russia which I guess I've heard of, but never used). The NGINX developer developed it in his spare time while working as a system admin for ... more
    2019-12-13 16:51:51 Block Num: 39,006,318

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