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Riecoin - Cryptocurrency That Uses Prime Constellations as Proof Of Work

Riecoin is a decentralized (p2p), open source digital currency. It allows to transfer money to anywhere in the world with only minimum transaction fees. It is a fork of the Bitcoin project. The name "Riecoin" pays homage to Bernhard Riemann, whose work generated new ways of studying the distribution of prime numbers and is referenced in the math of Riecoin. It also pays homage to Bitcoin, the cryptocurrency that started them all.
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Cartoon Network's latest series "Craig of the Creek" just referenced Bitcoin.

Cartoon Network's latest series submitted by BoogsterSU2 to btc [link] [comments]

cash.coin.dance is now referencing "Bitcoin Cash is ahead 42%" instead of "ABC".

nice.
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Cartoon Network's latest series "Craig of the Creek" just referenced Bitcoin.

Cartoon Network's latest series submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

The Simpsons just referenced Bitcoin!

The Simpsons just referenced Bitcoin! submitted by HorizonXP to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Almost Human referenced Bitcoin again.

Loving it.
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cash.coin.dance is now referencing "Bitcoin Cash is ahead 42%" instead of "ABC". /r/btc

cash.coin.dance is now referencing submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Google referencing Bitcoin for its currency converter... To the moon!

Google referencing Bitcoin for its currency converter... To the moon! submitted by Nsexer to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Song referencing Bitcoin and Investors opinions on the value of crypto currency. Interesting for all believers.

Song referencing Bitcoin and Investors opinions on the value of crypto currency. Interesting for all believers. submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

A Lead IOTA Dev referred to an excellent video on why Lightning won't scale, referencing Bitcoin XT etc. The news is only going to keep spreading. /r/btc

A Lead IOTA Dev referred to an excellent video on why Lightning won't scale, referencing Bitcoin XT etc. The news is only going to keep spreading. /btc submitted by SimilarAdvantage to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Google referencing Bitcoin for its currency converter... To the moon! /r/Bitcoin

Google referencing Bitcoin for its currency converter... To the moon! /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Help Wanted: Bitcoin, 3-D Printing, Google Glass "Job postings referencing Bitcoin surged 433 percent in January through March compared to a year earlier"

Help Wanted: Bitcoin, 3-D Printing, Google Glass submitted by IWillNotBiteYourDog to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Github Repositories Referencing Bitcoin, PayPal, and Stripe

Github Repositories Referencing Bitcoin, PayPal, and Stripe submitted by jsmaster99 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Isn't Ethereum more decentralized than Bitcoin?

Why is everyone referencing Bitcoin as if it's the 'most established and decentralized' cryptocurrency. I feel like all the ASIC miners made it more centralized than Ethereum. Doesn't Bitmain like hold most of the hashpower?
Dont get me wrong btw, I'm holding both. But I feel like Ethereum is moving to be the most decentralized platform - especially with staking coming up soon. Am I wrong?
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So the tension between BitcoinABC & BitcoinUnlimited is WAY worse than I thought; it may be a bomb set to explode, but I think this is how we solve it

Jonald Fyookball recently made a post about BitcoinABC's decision to go with Checkdatasig (CDS), which seemed to me to simply seek to ascertain in hindsight whether ABC made a good choice, something of interest since there was apparently grumblings surrounding that versus Datasigverify (DSV) which came from Andrew Stone and Bitcoin Unlimited.
I learned a lot from that post, and the most important takeaway wasn't anything to do with CDS or DSV.
What I realize is there has been some grit doing very real damage in the development engine of the Bitcoin Cash community. Things are NOT running as smoothly as they might appear on the surface. I'm talking about people, exceedingly valuable people, possibly quitting contributing, or worse, setting conditions for another damaging/irksome hard-fork and group of enemies if left unaddressed. We shouldn't think we can ignore this.
The good news is I think there is a fairly simple solution. Fortunately I paid attention when an outside consultant was brought in to speak on a panel at a Bitcoin conference before Bitcoin Cash forked. The BTC community was having governance issues of course and it made sense to explore fixes. Long story short, the expert's advice was it would be exceedingly helpful to get people to meet in person, at the very least. Her experience with the Debian Linux community showed that was the single best way to improve communications and encourage better working relations between very smart yet very independent open source developers. In the original thread ThomasZander corroborated this anecdotally saying:
"The moment you start doing work making changes that everyone in the ecosystem needs to follow, then you need to spend a lot of time supporting these changes. And this has, to be forward, been lacking."
and
"For me it helped a LOT when I finally met the Frenchman face to face and could ask him lots of questions till 2am or so."
referencing BitcoinABC lead developer Amaury Séchet.
I think the Bitcoin Cash community needs to prioritize getting the the two lead developers of the two most significant node implementations for Bitcoin Cash to meet in person. I think we neglect this to our own detriment. Distrust and harmful intention become a self-fulfilling prophesy: something that may have been an innocent misunderstanding isn't resolved, then (being human) people sense harbored distrust and/or resentment, which leads to pulling back and erecting defenses, which aggravates the early suspicions, then the subtle retaliations and further misunderstandings or an actual preference for appearing more "right" than the other side for self-preservation or standing, leading to questionable actions and more distrust which somewhere becomes animosity and things keep building. This all happens over distance, in the dark, like mold growing under some refrigerator. Yet it could probably be eradicated or at least substantially improved when people have the chance to meet in person, gaining the benefits of inflection and tone of voice, etc.
So, again, I believe it's very necessary for Andrew Stone and Amaury Séchet to meet in person. How do we make this happen?
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Land Rover referencing the bitcoin network in its twitter adds.

Land Rover referencing the bitcoin network in its twitter adds. submitted by mac_cain to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Elon Musk Tweets About Bitcoin (Again)

Elon Musk has yet again provoked intrigue among the Bitcoin and cryptocurrency community. The tech entrepreneur posted a cryptic tweet referencing the digital asset earlier today.

The Tesla and SpaceX CEO wrote on Friday ‘Bitcoin is *not* my safe word.’ Safe word, for those unaware, is a phrase commonly associated with sexual activity.

The suggestive wording of the tweet has left followers and the Bitcoin industry guessing as to what prompted Musk to suddenly start talking Bitcoin again.

Bitcoin is *not* my safe word

The technology entrepreneur has previously referenced Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies via Twitter and elsewhere. BeInCrypto previously reported on another of Musk’s cryptic tweets. At the end of last April, he simply posted the word ‘Ethereum.’ This earned him an invite to the Ethereum Devcon event in October from Vitalik Buterin himself — however, Musk didn’t end up attending.

Similarly, in an interview with Tasha Keeney of ARK Invest early last year, Musk confirmed that he owns 0.25 BTC. He also said he finds the cryptocurrency’s design “quite brilliant,” before commenting that some other digital assets might have “some merit.”

https://beincrypto.com/elon-musk-tweets-about-bitcoin-again/
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How to apply sensible submodule namespaces?

I've written a library Secp256k1 which contains several modules, https://github.com/q9f/secp256k1.cr
When someone imports my library, i.e., require secp256k1, they also get access to the modules not named Secp256k1, for example:
```crystal

import secp256k1

require "secp256k1"

everything starts with a random number

private_key = Secp256k1.new_private_key

private keys in bitcoin's wallet import format

wif = Bitcoin.wif_from_private private_key, "80" ```
I am wondering, is there any sensible way to have namespaces for submodules?
For example: Secp256k1::Bitcoin.wif_from_private priv instead of referencing Bitcoin directly? I'm asking because maybe other libraries also reference such a namespace and I want clarity for developers using this library.
I'm currently refactoring the library and wondering what's the best practice is to arrange the modules exposed by the library.
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Trump on Bitcoin - Analysis

Hey guys, Malcolm Rose here. I write educational and opinion pieces about Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Yesterday, a sitting US President publicly referenced Bitcoin for the first time ever. This is huge - or maybe even yuge - news for Bitcoin. I decided to write a quick analysis of what he got right, what he got wrong, and what this means for Bitcoin. Enjoy!
Trump on Bitcoin - Analysis
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So the tension between BitcoinABC & BitcoinUnlimited is WAY worse than I thought; it may be a bomb set to explode, but I think this is how we solve it

Jonald Fyookball recently made a post about BitcoinABC's decision to go with Checkdatasig (CDS), which seemed to me to simply seek to ascertain in hindsight whether ABC made a good choice, something of interest since there was apparently grumblings surrounding that versus Datasigverify (DSV) which came from Andrew Stone and Bitcoin Unlimited.
I learned a lot from that post, and the most important takeaway wasn't anything to do with CDS or DSV.
What I realize is there has been some grit doing very real damage in the development engine of the Bitcoin Cash community. Things are NOT running as smoothly as they might appear on the surface. I'm talking about people, exceedingly valuable people, possibly quitting contributing, or worse, setting conditions for another damaging/irksome hard-fork and group of enemies if left unaddressed. We shouldn't think we can ignore this.
The good news is I think there is a fairly simple solution. Fortunately I paid attention when an outside consultant was brought in to speak on a panel at a Bitcoin conference before Bitcoin Cash forked. The BTC community was having governance issues of course and it made sense to explore fixes. Long story short, the expert's advice was it would be exceedingly helpful to get people to meet in person, at the very least. Her experience with the Debian Linux community showed that was the single best way to improve communications and encourage better working relations between very smart yet very independent open source developers. In the original thread ThomasZander corroborated this anecdotally saying:
"The moment you start doing work making changes that everyone in the ecosystem needs to follow, then you need to spend a lot of time supporting these changes. And this has, to be forward, been lacking."
and
"For me it helped a LOT when I finally met the Frenchman face to face and could ask him lots of questions till 2am or so."
referencing BitcoinABC lead developer Amaury Séchet.
I think the Bitcoin Cash community needs to prioritize getting the the two lead developers of the two most significant node implementations for Bitcoin Cash to meet in person. I think we neglect this to our own detriment. Distrust and harmful intention become a self-fulfilling prophesy: something that may have been an innocent misunderstanding isn't resolved, then (being human) people sense harbored distrust and/or resentment, which leads to pulling back and erecting defenses, which aggravates the early suspicions, then the subtle retaliations and further misunderstandings or an actual preference for appearing more "right" than the other side for self-preservation or standing, leading to questionable actions and more distrust which somewhere becomes animosity and things keep building. This all happens over distance, in the dark, like mold growing under some refrigerator. Yet it could probably be eradicated or at least substantially improved when people have the chance to meet in person, gaining the benefits of inflection and tone of voice, etc.
So, again, I believe it's very necessary for Andrew Stone and Amaury Séchet to meet in person. How do we make this happen?
submitted by cryptos4pz to Bitcoincash [link] [comments]

President Trump Tweets About Crypto: Right on Libra, Wrong on Bitcoin

Hey guys, Malcolm Rose here. I write educational and opinion pieces about Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Yesterday, a sitting US President publicly referenced Bitcoin for the first time ever. This is huge - or maybe even yuge - news for Bitcoin. I decided to write a quick analysis of what he got right, what he got wrong, and what this means for Bitcoin. Enjoy!
President Trump Tweets About Crypto: Right on Libra, Wrong on Bitcoin
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Bitcoin or bitcoin ?

A common area of confusion when talking about Bitcoin is the use of the uppercase “B” versus the lowercase “b.” What is the difference, and when do you use each one? In this post, we take a few minutes to explain what each of them represent, and how to use them.
Bitcoin (the protocol and payment network)
Bitcoin with a capital “B” is typically associated with Bitcoin the protocol and payment network. The uppercase form, “Bitcoin,” is also often used to refer to as the ecosystem as a whole. Using Bitcoin with a capital “B” is the common way of referencing Bitcoin when writing about it in general terms.
An example would be, “I just learned about Bitcoin, and it’s a fast and cheap way for merchants to accept payments.”
bitcoin (the currency)
Bitcoin with a lowercase “b” written as “bitcoin” is usually associated specifically with bitcoin as the currency. When you intend to reference how much of the currency was transacted, or you’re focusing solely on the currency and not the broader payment network or protocol as a whole, you can use the lowercase form, “bitcoin.”
An example would be, “I just sent two bitcoins from my Blockchain Wallet to the merchant.”
These are not hard and fast rules, but they can helpful when trying to avoid confusion. Whichever way you decide to write Bitcoin, making sure you provide adequate context is usually all you need to ensure you’re explaining yourself clearly. It becomes particularly significant to draw the distinction when writing about the technical aspects of Bitcoin, and when explaining the differences between the protocol and the currency like we did here.
Is there a bitcoin topic that you want us to cover and help you understand? Post a comment below, and let us know!
Source Blockchain.com
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Do you think that collectible items that once created mass hysteria, but are now deemed worthless, ever regain or exceed their peak values?

The grandest example would of course be Beanie Babies...
Hear me out-
The bubble burst, everyone thinks that they are worthless.. all of the old die-hard collectors begin to pass away (RIP).. while going through their estates, millennial children discover them and write them off as worthless and without a second thought they give them to their own children to play with... meaning that the hoards of pristine condition collectibles become thrashed..
Turn the dial 10-20-30 years in the future and all of a sudden these things are highly sought out... seeing that the massive hoards of our present day are diminished and only those that were locked away in climate controlled conditions remain...
Could nostalgia and the history of being such a wasted investment create an unquenchable demand..?
Thoughts?
BTW- I am not a beanie baby collector.. I just read an article about "Tulip Mania" that referenced Bitcoin and Beanie Babies.
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