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We are seeing a lot of companies try to kill real crypto by creating phony substitutes that are even worse than using fiat. The key is to make real crypto convenient enough to use every day. BTC is here to stay it is literally impossible to stop i…
@MGlobal that's a really good idea because if the changes aren't trackable it gets really confusing. Maybe when a new version of a wp is uploaded the changed text should be in a different color or highlighted as you suggested. This also requires a…
Libra looks like an attempt by Visa and Mastercard to hijack the crypto concept before it takes hold. I can't say I blame them considering both consumers and merchants hate paying the high fees.
The consensus is developing along the lines of wha…
right, here's an article with a video supporting the idea the the current rally is Not associated with Libra
The idea her…
If the time comes that all tokenized products are deemed to be securities then every whitepaper of this nature should address that contingency. Even if not meant for investors,it would still affect the businesses who use the product.
New coins in the future might solve some inherent problems with Bitcoin. But it will be a really long time, if ever before BTC is replaced as the predominant cryptocurrency. There are loads of cases throughout history where a lesser product dominat…
@madexcel yeah and this is exactly my point. They have escalated it themselves by stating that the paper isn't really relevant. But we are only here to evaluate what was originally written in the white paper, and not evaluate company responses to …
Hey guys the company only said that the Rewards4U system was patented. They did not say that Rewards4U is the specific entity that owns the patent. So they did Not mislead anyone and I don't see what the big stink about it is.
@cubanoBHlounge I think the chainblx system is already pretty easy to use, I would suggest maybe attaching the judgements directly to the claims though, but otherwise it was pretty easy to figure out in the beginning.
I believe that the curating of articles on Wikipedia may be more neutral because the math behind Everipedia allows the suppression of opinions that aren't mainstream. And those opinions need to be protected when people are resisting changes.
Everipedia is a great concept, but it brings one major question to mind:
Wikipedia seems to work because the people who submit and edit articles are sort of idealists. They do it because they believe in it, they enjoy it, and feel a part preserv…
Well, I'd say the gentleman is entitled to his opinion, so it is unfair to call him untruthful. However, these types of outlandish statements from gurus and 'experts' shouldn't be taken too seriously obviously.
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