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Great video on Bitcoin protocol development & philosophy

This was a discussion between MIT Digital Currency Initiative's Neha Narula and Lightning Lab's Elizabeth Stark that happened a few days ago about Bitcoin development. I think as investors/traders it's important for us to stay up to date on what is happening in the development of the tech in order to make good trading/investing decisions.
Here are the most significant quotes, in my opinion (most from Neha):
3:12 - On protocol development
I think that there are four key areas to think about when you think about what's happening in Bitcoin core and what kinds of updates are being made. I've been listening along this morning its been a lot about bitcoin as an asset and digital currency as an asset class. Now we're going to talk about it as a technology, which id what it was originally and what it always will be and what the asset class depends on. I think the key thing to remember with Bitcoin is that they're always trying to improve four key areas: Better privacy, which makes it harder to censor transactions. Better performance which makes it easier to run a full node and therefore makes the network more decentralized. Better robustness, making it harder to attack in general. And then, functionality.
4:32 - On development philosophy
Another big part of the philosophy I think and something that's driving a lot of the new functionality changes is we really need to minimize what goes on chain. So this is in pretty stark contrast to a lot of smart contract platforms which execute every step of every smart contract on chain. It's like you take the program you want to run, you put the whole thing on the chain. Bitcoin's going for a slightly different approach, that approach is let's do as little on chain as possible. [Stark asks where this originated from, if Satoshi had some of these ideas] Yea, I think whoever designed Bitcoin script was definitely thinking a lot about this. It comes from the fact that, A blockchain is replicated across thousands of nodes, and hopefully one day millions if not billions of nodes, you can't execute everything that way you gotta be really careful you gotta think about what goes on chain. I think that's part of the ethos, and that's where we see things like Taproot/Schnorr.
5:37 - On what Taproot/Schnorr is
6:43 - On the speed of Bitcoin development
Bitcoin development is a little slow, but the reason is because there's nobody in charge..and people care a lot about robustness and they really care about doing good code review and making sure that this stuff is solid before it gets in.
7:30 - More on the philosophy of development
The base chain needs to be as simple as possible and needs to have the hooks necessary to support higher level functionality, that's the idea. [Stark comments on not having the complexity in the middle of the network]. We're building bitcoin to be around for centuries. The idea here is you put as little as possible into that base layer. You don't want to involve the base layer, you don't want to be constantly be re-writing the base layer. You want to have a base layer that is really, really robust. Something we've seen a lot is complexity is really the enemy of security. If you have a very complicated protocol, if you have really complicated functionality, guess what? That's a huge attack surface. The whole point of this technology is to be secure. We're removing the trusted third party, we're relying on cryptography and software and so that really needs to be secure, and sometimes I just think people do not take that seriously enough.
10:07 - More on the philosophy of development
We are building software that is supposed to run for a very long time. If there's anything that I can tell people about today, it's to tell them about this philosophy, this mindset of trying to build software that is super robust. And that's sort of the interesting thing that have been happening in Bitcoin development too, like one big change is removing code. They removed openSSL which is a library for a lot of cryptographic function and this was super celebrated because a third party library is a source of bugs, a source of consensus failure, people have different versions on their machine. So removing this was a huge win, actually. Makes the network more secure.
11:07 - On mainstream adoption and what that means
13:20 - On funding open-source development
15:21 - On the Lightning Network (goes until end)
Side note: In my opinion, this is one of the reasons why Bitcoin has and will continue to succeed: there are word-class developers and scientists improving the protocol. I mean, just look at these people's fucking pedigrees:
Stark previously taught at Stanford and Yale University about the future of the internet, and was a visiting fellow at Yale’s Information Society Project...She has advised startups ranging from decentralized technology to AI and was an entrepreneur-in-residence at Stanford StartX. Stark holds a J.D. from Harvard.
Source: https://www.crunchbase.com/person/elizabeth-stark#section-overview
Neha attended Dartmouth College and earned her B.A. in computer science and mathematics in 2003. She recieved he M.S. in computer science from MIT as well as her Ph.D. from MIT in 2015. Her doctoral thesis was titled Parallel Execution for Conflicting Transcactions. For over seven and a half years, Neha was a Senior Software Engineer at Google. In the summer of 2012, Neha was a Data Scientist at Digg. She has been a Director of Research of Digital Currency at the MIT Media Lab since 2016 and the Director of the MIT Digital Currency Initiative since 2017.
Source: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nnarula/, https://everipedia.org/wiki/lang_en/neha-narula
The story is the same for many developers at the MIT DCI, Chaincode, Lightning Labs, and the many other groups/companies that develop Bitcoin- all are highly experienced and come from top/ivy-league universities around the world.
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AMPL (Ampleforth) is the low cap project to watch.

Ampleforth is a new and very unique project. It is not like anything seen before. Most coins can increase and decrease in price. Ampleforth allows for holders to gain in price and in quantity of tokens. Ampleforth adjusts the amount of tokens in your wallet, and all wallets, every single day at 8pm UTC (4pm EST).
The reason this is important is because you can gain, or lose tokens day after day. If there is a positive rebase -- i.e. new tokens distributed to you at 8pm UTC then you begin to COMPOUND your returns. Here is the real life example of AMPL which unfolded during the first 26 days of supply rebases in July: All 26 rebases were positive. If you started with 100 AMPL worth $0.98 per AMPL during the IEO you had a $98.00 investment with 100 AMPL
At the end of 26 days you had 148.43 AMPL worth $1.21 each. Your $98 investment grew to $173.61 in 26 days. The growth can continue to be exponential even if the price stays the same. This is the power of compounding, and is available to AMPL and not other coins-- hence the moonshot potential.
The con's are VERY real with this project. The opposite of this compounding can occur when the 24 hour VWAP (volume weighted average price) is below ~$0.95. When that happens tokens are taken from all wallets equally. This is done at the smart contract level. The price has never gone below the ~$0.95 threshold, but it most likely will, and people will lose tokens when that happens. They can lose tokens at a rapid pace just like they can compound them at a rapid pace.
The AMPL protocol is rules based like bitcoin. Rules are coded to distribute tokens and take them away above and below the ~$0.95 and ~$1.05 levels. This is to distribute tokens above the threshold to incentivize people to sell their new, additional tokens to put downward pressure on the price. When below $0.95 tokens are removed to incentivize people to purchase more tokens as that person can then own a bigger percentage of the AMPL network.
Ampleforth also has a unique view on the token's near term, mid term and long term performance- most tokens do not demonstrate an outlook that takes these three time frames into consideration. In the near term AMPL is interesting to traders- it is fully transparent every 24 hours if you will receive more AMPL or lose AMPL. The dashboard shows the oracle rate and gives you insight into what the supply adjustment will be (positive or negative) https://www.ampleforth.org/dashboard/ Because it's fully transparent, fast traders in theory can buy before a positive rebase, and sell their originial position and additional ampl after the rebase. There are also arbitrage opportunities everyday because the supply changes everyday. https://medium.com/ampleforth/uniswap-ampleforth-is-kinda-magical-6262ea014404
In the short term institutions are interested in AMPL because of its potential (and has shown to be) uncorrelated to Bitcoin. So people who want to construct risk/reward balanced digital asset (crypto) portfolios may buy into a position of AMPL for its performance in a larger portfolio. And it appears that AMPL is in tight with institutions and smart money: https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/fragments-a7cb#section-investors That's right. Pantera, FBG, Brian Armstrong personally invested. More traditional VC's like Founder Collective and Slow Ventures. Arrington recently revealed a position in AMPL as well.
Based on this, and there is a lot more to the project, its one to watch.
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MeWe: A trip report

Among the more frequently mentioned G+ alternatives at the Google+ Mass Migration community, and others, is MeWe with over 250 mentions. The site bills itself as "The Next-Gen Social Network" and the "anti-Facebook": "No Ads, No Political Bias, No Spyware. NO BS. It is headed by professed Libertarian CEO Mark Weinstein.
As the site reveals no public user-generated content to non-members, it's necessary to create an account in order to get a full impression. I thought I'd provide an overview based on recent explorations.
This report leads of with background on the company, though readers may find the report and analysis of specific groups on the site of interest.

Leadership

Founder & CEO Mark Weinstein.
Co-Founder & Chief Scientist, Jonathan Wolfe (no longer with company).
Weinstein previously founded SuperFamily and SuperFriends, "at the turn of the millennium". Weinstein's MeWe biography lists articles published by The Mirror (UK), Huffington Post, USA Today, InfoSecurity Magazine, Dark Reading, and the Nation. His media appearances include MarketWatch, PBS, Fox News, and CNN. He's also the author of several personal-success books.
His Crunchbase bio is a repeat of the MeWe content.

Advisory Board

Ownership & Investment

MeWe is the dba of Sgrouples, a private for-profit early-stage venture company based in Los Angeles, though with a Mountain View HQ and mailing address, 11-50 employees, with $10m in funding over five rounds, and a $20m valuation as of 2016.
Sgrouples, Inc., dba MeWe Trust & Safety - Legal Policy c/o Fenwick West 801 California Street Mountain View, CA 94041
Crunchbase Profile.
Founded: 2012 (source)
Secured $1.2M in seed funding in 2014.
2016 valuation: $20m (source]
Backers:
Despite the business address, the company claims to be based in Los Angeles County, California and is described by the Los Angeles Business Journal as a Culver City, CA, company.

Business

Policy

In an August 6, 2018 Twitter post, Weinstein promotes MeWe writing:
Do you have friends still on Facebook? Share this link with them about Facebook wanting their banking information - tell them to move to MeWe now! No Ads. No Spyware. No Political Agenda. No Bias Algorithms. No Shadow Banning. No Facial Recognition.
MeWe provide several policy-related links on the site:
Highlights of these follow.

Privacy

The privacy policy addresses:

Terms of Service

The ToS addresses:
Effective: November 6, 2018.

FAQ

The FAQ addresses:

Values

This emphasises that people are social cratures and private people by right. The service offers the power of self expression under an umbrella of safety. It notes that our innermost thoughts require privacy.
Under "We aspire...":
MeWe is here to empower and enrich your world. We challenge the status quo by making privacy, respect, and safety the foundations of an innovatively designed, easy-to-use social experience.
Totalling 182 words.

Privacy Bill of Rights

A ten-item statement of principles (possibly inspired by another document, it might appear):
  1. You own your personal information & content. It is explicitly not ours.
  2. You will never receive a targeted advertisement or 3rd party content based on what you do or say online. We think that's creepy.
  3. You see every post in timeline order from your friends, family & groups. We do not manipulate, filter, or change the order of your content or what you see.
  4. Permissions & privacy are your rights. You control them.
  5. You control who can access your content.
  6. You control what, if anything, others can see in member searches.
  7. Your privacy means we do not share your personal information with anyone.
  8. Your emojis are for you and your friends. We do not monitor or mine your data.
  9. Your face is your business. We do not use facial recognition technology.
  10. You have the right to delete your account and take your content with you at any time.

Press

There are a few mentions of MeWe in the press, some listed on the company's website, others via web search.

Self-reported articles

The following articles are linked directly from MeWe's Press page:
The page also lists a "Privacy Revolution Required Reading" list of 20 articles all addressing Facebook privacy gaffes in the mainstream press (Wired, TechCrunch, Fortune, Gizmodo, The Guardian, etc.).
There are further self-reported mentions in several of the company's PR releases over the years.

Other mentions

A DuckDuckGo search produces several other press mentions, including:

Technology

This section is a basic rundown of the user-visible site technology.

Mobile Web

The site is not natively accessible from a mobile Web browser as it is overlayed with a promotion for the mobile application instead. Selecting "Desktop View" in most mobile browsers should allow browser-based access.

Mobile App

There are both Android and iOS apps for MeWe. I've used neither of these, though the App store entries note:
Crunchbase cites 209,220 mobile downloads over the past 30 days (via Apptopia), an 80.78% monthly growth rate, from Google Play.

Desktop Web

Either selecting "View Desktop" or navigating with a Desktop browser to https://www.mewe.com your are presented with a registration screen, with the "About", "Privacy Bill of Rights", "MeWe Challenge", and a language selector across the top of the page. Information requested are first and last name, phone or email, and a password. Pseudonymous identities are permitted, though this isn't noted on the login screen. Returning members can use the "Member Log In" button.
The uMatrix Firefox extension reveals no third-party content: all page elements are served from mewe.com, img.mewe.com, cdn.mewe.com, or ws.mewe.com. (In subsequent browsing, you may find third-party plugins from, for example, YouTube, for videos, or Giphy, for animated GIFs.)
The web front-end is nginx. The site uses SSL v3, issued by DigiCert Inc. to Sgrouples, Inc.

Onboarding

The onboarding experience is stark. There is no default content presented. A set of unidentified icons spans the top of the screen, these turn out to be Home, Chats, Groups, Pages, and Events. New users have to, somehow, find groups or people to connect with, and there's little guidance as to how to do this.

Interface

Generally there is a three panel view, with left- and right-hand sidebars of largely navigational or status information, and a central panel with main content. There are also pop-up elements for chats, an omnipresent feature of the site.
Controls display labels on some devices and/or resolutions. Controls do not provide tooltips for navigational aid.

Features

Among the touted features of MeWe are:

Community

A key aspect of any social network is its community. Some of the available or ascertained information on this follows.

Size

Weinstein claims a "million+ following inside MeWe.com" on Twitter.
The largest visible groups appear to have a maximum of around 15,000 members , for "Awesome gifs". "Clean Comedy" rates 13,350, and the largest open political groups, 11,000+ members.
This compares to Google+ which has a staggering, though Android-registrations-inflated 3.3 billion profiles, and 7.9 million communities, though the largest of these come in at under 10 million members. It's likely that MeWe's membership is on the whole more more active than Google+'s, where generally-visible posting activity was limited to just over 9% of all profiles, and the active user base was well under 1% of the total nominal population.

Active Users

MeWe do not publish active users (e.g., MUA / monthly active users) statistics.

Groups

MeWe is principally a group-oriented discussion site -- interactions take place either between individuals or within group contexts. Virtually all discovery is group-oriented. The selection and dynamics of groups on the site will likely strongly affect user experience, so exploring the available groups and their characteristics is of interest.
"MeWe has over 60,000 open groups" according to its FAQ.
The Open groups -- visible to any registered MeWe user, though not to the general public Web -- are browsable, though sections and topics must be expanded to view the contents: an overview isn't immediately accessible. We provide a taste here.
A selection of ten featured topics spans the top of the browser. As I view these, they are:
Specific groups may appear in multiple categories.
The top Groups within these topics have, variously, 15,482, 7,738, 15,482 (dupe), 7,745, 8,223, 8,220, 1,713, 9,527, 2,716, and 1,516 members. Listings scroll at length -- the Music topic has 234 Groups, ranging in size from 5 to 5,738 members, with a median of 59, mean of 311.4, and a 90%ile of 743.5.
Below this is a grid of topics, 122 in all, ranging from Activism to Wellness, and including among them. A selected sample of these topics, with top groups listed members in (parens), follows:
To be clear: whilst I've not included every topic, I've sampled a majority of them above, and listed not an arbitrary selection, but the top few Groups under each topic.

Google+ Groups

The Google Plus expats group seems the most active of these by far.

Political Groups

It's curious that MeWe make a specific point in their FAQ that:
At MeWe we have absolutely no political agenda and we have a very straightforward Terms of Service. MeWe is for all law-abiding people everywhere in the world, regardless of political, ethnic, religious, sexual, and other preferences.
There are 403 political groups on MeWe. I won't list them all here, but the first 100 or so give a pretty clear idea of flavour. Again, membership is in (parentheses). Note that half the total political Groups memberships are in the first 21 groups listed here, the first 6 are 25% of the total.
  1. Donald J. Trump 2016 - Present (11486)
  2. The Conservative's Hangout (8345)
  3. Qanon Follow The White Rabbit (5600)
  4. Drain The Swamp (4978)
  5. Libertarians (4528)
  6. United We Stand Trump2020 (4216)
  7. The Right To Self Defense (3757)
  8. Alternative Media (3711)
  9. Hardcore Conservative Patriots for Trump (3192)
  10. Bastket Of Deplorables4Trump! (3032)
  11. Return of the Republic (2509)
  12. Infowars Chat Room Unofficial (2159)
  13. Donald Trump Our President 2017-2025 (2033)
  14. Berners for Progress (1963)
  15. Sean Hannity Fans (1901)
  16. The American Conservative (1839)
  17. I Am The NRA (1704)
  18. Tucker Carlson Fox News (1645)
  19. We Love Donald Trump (1611)
  20. MAGA - Make America Great Again (1512)
  21. Q (1396)
  22. ClashDaily.com (1384)
  23. news from the front (1337)
  24. Basket of Deplorables (1317)
  25. Payton's Park Bench (1283)
  26. Convention of States (1282)
  27. Britons For Brexit (1186)
  28. MoJo 5.0 Radio (1180)
  29. MeWe Free Press (1119)
  30. The Constitutionally Elite (1110)
  31. Libertarian (1097)
  32. WOMEN FOR PRESIDENT TRUMP (1032)
  33. AMERICANS AGAINST ISIS and OTHER ENEMIES (943)
  34. #WalkAway Campaign (894)
  35. ALEX JONES (877)
  36. The Lion Is Awake ! (854)
  37. We Support Donald Trump! (810)
  38. The Stratosphere Lounge (789)
  39. TRUMP-USA-HANDS OFF OUR PRESIDENT (767)
  40. Official Tea Party USA (749)
  41. Mojo50 Jackholes (739)
  42. Yes Scotland (697)
  43. "WE THE DEPLORABLE" - MOVE ON SNOWFLAKE! (688)
  44. Judge Jeanine Pirro Fans (671)
  45. Anarcho-Capitalism (658)
  46. Ted Cruz for President (650)
  47. No Lapdog Media (647)
  48. Q Chatter (647)
  49. Daily Brexit (636)
  50. Tucker Carlson Fox News (601)
  51. The Trumps Storm Group (600)
  52. QAnon-Patriots WWG1WGA (598)
  53. 100% American (569)
  54. Ladies For Donald Trump (566)
  55. Deep State (560)
  56. In the Name of Liberty (557)
  57. Material Planet (555)
  58. WikiUnderground (555)
  59. Trump NRA Free Speech Patriots on MeWe Gab.ai etc (546)
  60. Magna Carta Group (520)
  61. Constitutional Conservatives (506)
  62. Question Everything (503)
  63. Conspiracy Research (500)
  64. Bill O'Reilly Fans (481)
  65. Conservative Misfit's (479)
  66. Canadian politics (478)
  67. Anarchism (464)
  68. HARDCORE DEPLORABLES (454)
  69. Deplorable (450)
  70. Tampa Bay Trump Club (445)
  71. UK Politics (430)
  72. Bongino Fan Page (429)
  73. Radical Conservatives (429)
  74. RESIST THE RESISTANCE (419)
  75. The Deplorables (409)
  76. America's Freedom Fighters (401)
  77. Politically Incorrect & Proud (399)
  78. CONSERVATIVES FOR AMERICA ! (385)
  79. Political satire (383)
  80. RISE OF THE RIGHT (371)
  81. UK Sovereignty,Independence,Democracy -Everlasting (366)
  82. The Patriots Voting Coalition (359)
  83. End The Insanity (349)
  84. Coming American Civil War! (345)
  85. Constitutional Conservatives (343)
  86. United Nations Watch (342)
  87. A Revival Of The Critical Thinking Union (337)
  88. The New Libertarian (335)
  89. Libertarian Party (official ) (333)
  90. DDS United (Duterte Die-hard Supporters) (332)
  91. American Conservative Veterans (331)
  92. Anarchism/Agorism/Voluntaryism (328)
  93. America Needs Donald Trump (326)
  94. The UKIP Debating Society (321)
  95. Coalition For Trump (310)
  96. Egalitarianism (306)
  97. FRIENDS THAT LIKE JILL STEIN AND THE GREEN PARTY (292)
  98. 2nd Amendment (287)
  99. Never Forget #SethRich (286)
  100. Green Party Supporters 2020 (283)
It seems there is relatively little representation from the left wing, or even the centre, of the political spectrum. A case-insensitive match for "liberal" turns up:
Mainstream political parties are little represented, though again, the balance seems skewed searching on "(democrat|republic|gop)":
The terms "left" and "right" provide a few matches, not all strictly political-axis aligned:
Socialism and Communism also warrant a few mentions:
And there are some references to green, laboulabor parties:

Conclusion

Whilst there may not be a political agenda, there does appear to be at least a slight political bias to the site. And a distinctive skew on many other topical subjects.
Those seeking new homes online may wish to take this into account.

Updates

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"The Community Has Spoken"

Another frequent small-block talking point is that "the community has spoken." Give it up, guys. You tried pushing for bigger blocks, and failed. Obviously the community doesn't agree with you.
/btc and the bigger-blocks camp at large are frequently portrayed as a lunatic fringe element that is either terribly misguided (at best), or hellbent on Bitcoin's destruction (at worst). We're just a bunch of rabble-rousing trolls, and not real bitcoin users.
When the censorship of /bitcoin and bitcointalk.org is mentioned, the criticism is dismissed by saying:
If we take a look at some other metrics of user opinion, we can find:
What makes more sense: every bitcoin website with the exception of the censored, walled gardens of /bitcoin and bitcointalk are overrun with trolls (who have verified identities and hold a lot of Bitcoin), or that the "real community consensus" myth is a falsehood that is only enabled through the censorship policies of theymos on the sites he controls?
By the logic of many bitcoin community members, /bitcoin is simultaneously an "irrelevant forum" while also being the only place that the true opinions of the bitcoin community are represented. Obviously the "real bitcoiners" have all decided to stay away from sites like bitcoin.consider.it and Bitcoinocracy and uncensored bitcoin forums ("because TROLLS!"), and meanwhile the trolls have purchased $75,000,000 worth of bitcoin to rig the vote on Bitcoinocracy against Core. Only through the censorship strong moderation policies of Theymos can the fragile and delicate minds of "the community" be protected from THE DANGEROUS TROLLS who wish to destroy bitcoin by hoping that it remains a cheap and fast payment mechanism that can be used by more people than it currently is capable of supporting.
Obviously "the community" does not include guys like:
Thankfully we have real bitcoiners like theymos, Gregory Maxwell, and Adam Back (who basically invented bitcoin!) in charge now.
Thanks to real bitcoiners like these, we are seeing "the community" come together to oust dangerous individuals like the aforementioned trolls, and with the financial backing of long standing Bitcoin proponents such as the second most powerful transnational corporation in the world, who have loudly and clearly done much to build the bitcoin economy over the years and have much to gain from seeing a leaderless and decentralized currency that cannot be controlled by anyone take to the mainstream, Bitcoin is finally entering it's golden age. The entire community agrees.
* But please note that if you disagree, you will be banned for trolling.

EDIT: I cross-posted this to /bitcoin, but because I'm a big ol' troll my post was "moderated." Keep up the great work, theymos!
http://i.imgur.com/lhahcNJ.png
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BlockShow America 2018 debuts in Las Vegas brings with it global blockchain elite

The excitement is palpable as the date draws near to BlockShow Americas 2018, the industry’s leading conference. No wonder the expectations are high and the attendees are lining up to be at The Venetian, Las Vegas between August 20-21, 2018. What sets BlockShow apart from any other Blockchain event are the people who support and participate in it. The two-day event will see over 1500 attendees from more than 50 countries. What is more, there will be more than 80 speakers present who will share their unique insights.
Blockchain and media stars to bedazzle attendees
This is the first time that BlockShow has arrived on the American continent and BlockShow have left no stone unturned to bring the best with them. Our speakers pack decades of experience and are the voice of the Blockchain world. Some notable speakers are: Bobby Lee, Co-founder of BTCC, who also serves on the board of the Bitcoin Foundation and is CEO and co-founder of BTCC, China’s first Bitcoin exchange. Nouriel Roubini, CEO of Roubini Macro Associates would also be speaking at the event. Nouriel predicted the global financial crisis of 2008. He is also a professor of Economics at New York University’s Stern School of Business. Mike Butcher, Editor-At-Large TechCrunch, who was awarded the MBE at the Queen’s Birthday Honours List in 2016, Johanna Masaka, CEO of Global Situation Room, who was also the former White House Press Advance for President Barack Obama and Alex Mashinsky, Founder of the Celsius Network, Serial Entrepreneur, Venture Investor and Tech Innovator are just some of the names of BlockShow Americas 2018 speakers. The media will be present in numbers as well as there are more than 200 journalists expected at the event. Our media partners for the event include Crunchbase, Bitcoin.com, amTV, NEWSBTC, Investing.com and more. Media personalities from amTV and noted journalists like Rachel Wolfson contributor for Forbes and Craig S. Smith, a journalist at the New York Times would be among the speakers as well.
Exhibits and partners that wow, amaze and connect
BlockShow has always been the place to witness innovation firsthand. At Las Vegas, you can expect that tradition to continue. Some of the exhibitors this year range from Ginco, which is a Universal Asset Hub in the digital currency ecosystem, Traceto.io – A decentralised network that provides an inclusive KYC solution to digital currency and blockchain product companies, ASQ protocol – A decentralised content economy that rewards participants for creating and engaging with quality content, Celsius – A wallet that pays you back, Mir Coin – A cryptocurrency in everyday life, Gozo – Empowering the travel industry with Blockchain, Wattle Wallet – An extended digital currency wallet with instant access to trading and exchange, X-Block – The first global blockchain 4.0 based on fog computing and AID Coin – Blockchain based solution that brings back trust to the charity sector. Exhibits are not only a showcase but also an opportunity to broaden horizons through networking.
BlockShow Americas 2018 is also about forming partnerships that add to mutual worth. The event has already attracted valuable partnerships and has the support of Decent, provider of an advanced blockchain ecosystem, ICObench, an ICO rating provider, CryptoFriends, a group of professionals with an exclusive network of smart connections throughout the crypto community and SV Insight, Media and Blockchain connect conference organizer.
Your ticket to the Blockchain world: Whether you are a crypto hobbyist, an entrepreneur or an investor, BlockShow Americas 2018 is the place to be. Tickets are now available for Attendees, Startups, and Investors. Come and make your presence felt at the 2-day event. This is your ticket to the Blockchain world.
Can’t make it to this event? Go to https://smartereum.com/blockchain-crypto-events/ to view other blockchain/crypto conferences being held closer to you.
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Why Bitcoin supply is only 21 Million ? Why not 100 Million? HINDI Is Donald Trump or Joe Biden Better for Bitcoin?  Anthony Pompliano What is Bitcoin and Blockchain Bitcoins Smallest Full Node Miner by 21 Bitcoin Is Bitcoin set to drop below $1,000?

We're building a token-based social network, where senders pay users in digital currency to complete tasks and reply to emails. If we're successful, it will be one of the first major applications of digital currency for the regular user. San Francisco, California, United States About Blog Coinbase is a digital currency wallet and platform where merchants and consumers can transact with new digital currencies like bitcoin and ethereum. Frequency 2 posts / dayAlso in Bitcoin Blogs Blog blog.coinbase.com Facebook fans 203.3K ⋅ Twitter followers 1.2M ⋅ Social Engagement 338 ⓘ ⋅ Domain Authority 88 ⓘ ⋅ Alexa Rank 1.4K By Robert D. Kaplow, Esq. So your client bought some type of cryptocurrency (bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, etc.). He hopes that the value will skyrocket and represent a sizable portion of his estate. Coinbase is a secure platform that makes it easy to buy, sell, and store cryptocurrency like Bitcoin, Ethereum, and more. Based in the USA, Coinbase is available in over 30 countries worldwide. It sounds like a marketer got a little too excited and decided to name their developer kit The 21 Bitcoin Computer, not realizing the confusion they were about to create.. My understanding is that 21 has created a board that fits on top of a Raspberry Pi 2 to offer a miner, full bitcoin node, wallet, some fancy hardware acceleration, and several development tools for engineers who are new to

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Why Bitcoin supply is only 21 Million ? Why not 100 Million? HINDI

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