After the attack, the guys at Ethereum decided to hardfork the blockchain, thus rewinding the blockchain to the point just before the attack.
Because the hard fork resulted in a split of the blockchain, ether classic was born. If you were holding DAO tokens at the time of the hard fork then you have an opportunity to claim your ether classic from the White Hat’s ETC Withdrawal Contract.
If you've lost or forgotten a password that grants you access to bitcoin, ether or most other alt coin wallets, you need to seek the man who goes by the name Dave Bitcoin.
I remember i have read of this spot while flying a plane to somewhere. I took a picture of it.
If you have been there please write in comments.
I dont think i had a day of being online and not playing some games - sports, dices or cards. I dont do big stakes, often play with faucets but still - i love the gamble.
If you follow me you possible saw this post, where i bet randomly 0,5 BTC on games and actually come with profits from it - http://fuk.io/nitrogensports-review-and-bitcoin-sports-betting-guide/
So you would expect he took 50 BTC, and made 2x 50% bets.
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Never one to miss an opportunity I have just posted this on LinkenIn.
As we are fast approaching our 1st Birthday now is a golden opportunity to scream out from the roof tops to your Social Media Network and share this sort of success.
STEEMIT isn't going to spread the word, it's up to each and everyone on you to tell your Social Network.
With over 5k followers on Twitter and LinkedIn it only takes a small handful to tell their friends and it will spread like wildfire.
Thanks again for reading.
Before heading to Day 3 of CeBIT - here my personal highlight of Day 2. I finally could catch-up with two Blockchain companies which was rather interesting. They tried to explain me a bit about Blockchain and all these de-centralized opportunities and challenges the society might face which I will share in a later post after the show.
Bitwala and faizod are both German companies focusing purely on blockchain solutions. While faizod is an expert for blockchain in the industrial segment, Bitwala covers financial transaction.
Bitwala has launched the world’s leading Bitcoin prepaid card which you can top with bitcoin and a lot other altcoins including steem. For now you can pay everywhere with the card where they accept VISA. Feel free to check their steemit account here @teambitwala and how it works - <a h
Once, I was at a friend's wedding in Las Vegas playing Blackjack at a table above a swimming pool with no sun shade. Men stared like dogs at topless women while their skin burned, and a loudspeaker kept shouting rap music with the repeating lyrical motif of
Bitches and drinks.
In short, I knew I was in the kingdom of pestilence and fury; a place where love goes to die. There was no confusion. I knew what I was doing.
Fast-forward a couple of years, and I find myself looking at this:
Now, this does not look like a casino. It felt very quiet.
It had graphs.
It did not look like a slot machine.
For anyone who does not recognise this. This is a screenshot of the trading desk for Poloniex –– a place where you can day-trade cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Steem.
Great, I thought. I am The Wolf of Wall Street. Let's see what happens here.
I began by putting a few Steem dollars into Poloniex, traded experimentally, made m
STEEM /STEEMIT WEEKLY TRANSACTIONS
STEEMIT will be celebrating it's 1st Birthday on Friday to the fanfare of the highest volume of Weekly Transactions and what a way to end the first year.
As blogged earlier yesterday saw a jaw dropping 214,031 Daily Transactions and early indicators suggests that this may be broken again today.
This high volume of Daily Transactions prompted me to graph the Weekly Numbers.
Working back from yesterday I have plotted a 7 day week based on Tuesday - Monday in order to finish with yesterdays stellar number of Transactions.
Thanks again for reading.
Some things are worth putting in lights especially when you look at the Daily Transactions on the STEEM / STEEMIT Blockchain for the last two days..!!
Monday saw 214,031 Transactions followed by 208,906 Transactions yesterday.
Daily Transactions for March.
Early indications suggests that this trend is continuing again today.
Thanks again for reading.
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Hey Steemians, it's that time of the week again for an all-new episode of The Tatiana Show! Tatiana interviews Caitlin Long of Symbiont.io & Mark Dukas of BitcoinSmartMoney.com! Both fascinating conversations shifting from how blockchains are fundamentally altering Wall Street, and how you can create a personal investment plan with Bitcoin! Check this out!
--"How Bitcoin Has Changed Mainstream Finance"
--"The Reaction of Finance to Blockchains"
--"Bitcoin Allows Everyone to Invest for Once"
--"Sticking Within Bitcoin"
DCN aims to give you information about the last 24h of the cryptoworld. The chronicle will cover 3 altcoins.
As usual, the Bitcoin has resumed a gradual rise of its price since the fall of March 18. It went down 3 times to (~ $ 940), in a 24 hour period. Until arrived yesterday around $ 1120 and then go down as you can see. It is quite typical to see the BTC rebound after a fall, and engage a gradual rise over several days. But that said, a free fall can always happen. Concerning its daily volume ($ 347,881,000), there is a slight increase. Today BTC seems to have a significant volatility, this can allow for good margin. But playing with the curve may be risky !
Yes, I know, that's all very nice and helpful, but the reality is that the vast majority of users (even if they are interested in crypto) DON'T run BOINC, nor do they have hardware powerful enough to contribute significantly, nor the patience to deal with its complexities (which, I admit, can be sometimes overwhelming for new users). That's all even more true for running BOINC on your GPUs, which consume a lot of power, create a lot of heat and can be diffic
Bitcoin China (BTCC) recently announced the launch of Mobi, a multicurrency wallet for smartphones running iOS and Android. In addition to allowing conversion between an unprecedented 154 currencies, the wallet offers instant money transfers to any Twitter account or mobile phone number, as well as an optional Visa debit card delivered to your door worldwide for US$9.
“Mobi is the only mobile app that allows instant conversion, storage, and transfer of more than 100 currencies, including the United States dollar, the British pound, the euro, gold, silver, and bitcoin.” - Bitcoin China
BTC China is the oldest Bitcoin exchange still in service, and offers live exchange trading for Bitcoin and Litecoin as well as a major mining pool, business payment processing, and their own line of physical Bitcoins.
The Shanghai-based exchange has been in the news several times this year and was rumored to have been raided by the People's Bank of Chin
The scalability of STEEM as a Cryptocurrency when used to power the "Plant Room" of the STEEMIT Platform is simply jaw dropping..!!
Now and again as you pass through life you are presented with an opportunity which stands out above the crowd and has the potential to be a life changer.
In the 1980's the vision of the Internet as it was being born was difficult for many to grasp and at the time most completely missed its potential.
This was again repeated in the early 2000's when Social Media witnessed an explosive phenomenon of Facebook.
Few would have believed that such a simple idea would have had such a massive impact on the way people shared their Social Media experiences.
This phenomenon is about to repeat itself, only this time it will be the Content Providers who will benefit from sharing their wealth of talent.
A quick flyover look at the history of Open Source Software makes it easy to see how we have the proliferation of amazingly useful free tools that exist today, and maybe where we will go in the near future.
Some might say that Usenet in the early '80's was an open source project, but it was never described as one at the time. More of an open collaboration that precluded the the Internet, I put it on the list because I believe it had an effect on what comes next.
Software appears to have been the first open source project when Richard Stallman started the GNU Project in 1983.
Linux came in 1991 and in the mid nineties, Red Hat showed us how giving away free stuff can be very profitable.
By the early 2000's, we see freely available open source software such as the Apache web server and the Firefox web browser dominating the Internet. GitHub and open operating systems become mainstream.
Then, Bitcoin was released in 2009, unleashing blockchai
I tell people. "It is not about saying you want millions!" "When millions hit you? Can you handle it or will faint away, even at the sight of it".
Woman! How can you say "yes"; if someone gifts you, with a skyscraper; if you lose your self-worth, in the of 6 ft tall girl or if you can handle that 7ft tall boy before you; "oh won't like me as i am a 5 footer" or "oh, he is 7 ft; this can't be happening; he is too tall to be true! Did he just propose to tiny me?"
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