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Weekly Wrap: This Week In Chainlink September 28 - October 4

Weekly Wrap: This Week In Chainlink September 28 - October 4

Chainlink Hackathon - Congratulations to the Winners of the Chainlink Virtual Hackathon 2020

Thanks to all #Chainlink Hackathon participants and congrats to the winners! Devs showcased a wide range of new Chainlink functions:
- P2P car rental platform using a @Tesla API
- Yield farming RPG game
- AMM insurance market
- decentralized library & more

Announcements and Integrations 🎉

WBTC's $1 billion+ in Bitcoin will now gain additional security using Chainlink's Proof of Reserve capability. We're thrilled to be working with @BitGo to enable greater transparency & therefore more usability for WBTC as a form of collateral across DeFi.

Crypto-fiat payment provider @AlchemyPay is integrating Chainlink price feeds into its payments & upcoming DeFi platform. This ensures that users receive the fair market when interacting with DeFi dApps or making retail crypto payments on Alchemy Pay.

Gaming platform Planetarium is integrating Chainlink into @NineChronicles to power cross-game Metaverse communication, in-game commodity pricing, and secure trading of in-game items, with additional plans to use Chainlink VRF to create unique NFT-backed in-game items.

DeFi platform @strongblock_io has integrated Chainlink’s ETH/USD & LINK/ETH Price Reference Data feeds live on mainnet to calculate its staking rewards. This ensures that all rewards issued to StrongBlock users are accurately & transparently distributed.

Blockchain platform @blockstack is integrating Chainlink as its go-to oracle solution to empower universally connected smart contracts. Blockstack devs will have access to any API, Sybil resistant nodes, live decentralized price oracles for DeFi and more.

Private synthetic asset DeFi platform @OffshiftXFT has integrated Chainlink's BTC/USD and XAU/USD Price Feeds live on Testnet to serve as decentralized reference prices for users minting, burning, and trading its privacy-preserving zkAssets.

DeFi platform @OfficialCentaur integrates Chainlink VRF to add enhanced transparency. Chainlink VRF's provably fair source of RNG enables unbiased random selection of sale participants, leveling the playing field for all.

New Chainlink Node operator Inotel is now live on mainnet helping secure Chainlink's Price Reference Data for DeFi developers. Inotel brings DevOps experience as a PoS validatonode operator on 9 other Web3 networks, helping secure millions in USD value.

Featured Videos & Educational Pieces 🎥

Chainlink's oracle network unlocks new markets for insurance + expands DeFi’s footprint. @avivahl from @Gartner_Inc highlights how organizations like @ArbolMarket use Chainlink rainfall data to give farmers access to parametric weather insurance contracts.

Data providers use Chainlink to sell data/APIs to multiple blockchains in under an hour, from existing APIs & without running any additional software. Many have then launched Chainlink Nodes in a few hours, to sell signed data directly to smart contracts.

Rewatch our live Q&A with TrustSwap CEO, Jeff Kirdeikis. We will be speaking about TrustSwap's recent integration of Chainlink and its use of decentralized oracles to grow the DeFi ecosystem.

Rewatch our a live Q&A with the Aavegotchi team. We speak about Aavegotchi's recent integration of Chainlink VRF and its use of decentralized oracles to grow the NFT ecosystem. Come learn more about NFTs / crypto-collectibles, Aavegotchi and more.

SmartCon Videos are now ALL available. Watch them here


Upcoming Events 📅

Are you interested in hosting your own meetup? Apply to become a Chainlink Community Advocate today: https://events.chain.link/advocate

Chainlink Labs is hiring to build Chainlink’s network: Check out these open roles 👩‍💼

View all open roles at https://careers.smartcontract.com
Are there other community content and celebrations that we missed? Post them in the comments below! ⤵️
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Had some thoughts on economics.

This is how I've been doing things in my Digital Perdition chronicle / narrative for Shadowrun for years. If this is useful, feel free to steal it.
I assume this probably isn't a new idea, but in my world, Nuyen is a form of cryptocurrency, like bitcoin or ethereum. It's also a "smart" currency, in that it can autonomously do things, all by itself. Any "nuyen app" on any comlink can, with a very simple user-facing interface, create things like escrows, trusts, provisional holdings, task verified transactions, etc. As long as the system can autonomously verify the information some how in the outside world, it can interact with it. (This also means the system is somewhat fallible and can be hacked / spoofed / fooled, which can lead to interesting emergent narratives / plots all on its own).
The fact that it's a cryptocurrency also informs the logic of what happens if Nuyen is copied. Ordinarily, this doesn't happen, and "naked nuyen" (nucoin outside of a wallet app or not encrypted on a credstick) is very suspicious, and if you're going to accept it, you need to be able to verrify it in real time, like right now, and transfer it to your account before you leave this dark alley / a abandoned warehouse transaction, or not accept it at all if you don't have signal. But if you do some how manage to clone some Nuyen, then just like crypto, and there's two of the exact same nucoin, then it's whoever syncs it to their account first. The other is considered the forgery. So that can create a "race against the clock" scenario if two opposing forces have the bag, the same bag, and need to get back to civilization before the other guy does. (This might not even come up in your games, but I play in a lot of areas like, in the middle of the ocean, pirates and atolls, as well as extremely rural northern Canada, South American jungles, and sub-Saharian Africa, exploring ancient blood mage / cultist desert ruins, etc, so often, "spotty signal" is an environmental hurdle / plot point.)
We also have "credcoins" in addition to regular old credsticks.
A "credcoin" is basically like an SD card, but with a poker-chip style plastic housing around it, to make it more handleable. The chip holds the actual encrypted nucoin (like a credstick) so they're not naked nuyen (see above), but they've also got an optical code, like a QR code, printed on them. They can be used in vending machines in 3rd world areas where signal might be spotty, or traded in physical transactions.
The way they work, is that we've written into the narrative that a certain block of numbers in the "nuyen hash" of each nucoin, maybe like the last five digits or something, who knows, but that there's a world wide industry standard number to indicate that these nuyen are dedicated for physical use. Sort of like how some IP addresses are reserved for localhost or LAN. If any system, any wallet app, sees these digits, it wont let them be "deposited". Only a physical bank can do it. This prevents someone from just scanning a credcoin, depositing the nuyen, and now the coins still look valid, but are useless. If you wanted to "deposit" them, you'd take them to a bank, they would scan them and verify, add them to your account, and remove those coins from circulation immediately by physically destroying them (or feeding them into a hopper to be able to 3d print new ones). They'd also charge you a fee for the overhead of the cost of actually producing currency, sort of like those CoinStar machines at Walmart that charge you a fee for counting all your change.
Speaking of counting change... That there's an optical code on credcoins makes that easy, too. Anyone with AR (augmented reality -- so basically, anyone, even if it's only through a hand held comlink screen, but usually AR contact lenses, glasses, goggles, or cybereyes) can just look at a credcoin and immediately know how much it is. You can also dump them out on the table, stand back so you get them all in frame, and just see a total for how much the value of all of them are. Each credcoin already has an ARO, but if there's a shit load of them together in close proximity, the AROs just merge together into a single one so as not to be "spammy". If you want to block the AROs, you can store your credcoins in signal blocking bags, containers, or metal coin rolls. Credcoins are also slightly different sizes and colors to tell the denomination at a glance, as well.
Anyway, I hope some of those ideas are useful for your games. :)
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Roundup of Cryptocurrency News week #1: 06/07 - 12/07

Important/Notable/Highlights:
  1. https://btcmanager.com/iota-industry-ready-version-chronicle-decentralized-storage-framework/?q=/iota-industry-ready-version-chronicle-decentralized-storage-framework/&
  2. https://cryptoslate.com/smarter-contracts-unraveling-the-upcoming-goguen-era-of-cardano-ada/
  3. https://www.coininsider.com/mass-adoption-ahead-app-connects-bitcoin-to-bank-accounts/
  4. https://dailyhodl.com/2020/07/07/10170000000-in-value-flowed-through-ethereum-network-in-q2-report/
  5. https://dailyhodl.com/2020/07/08/cardano-becomes-6th-largest-cryptocurrency-as-charles-hoskinson-pushes-for-unity-in-emerging-blockchain-industry/
  6. https://dailyhodl.com/2020/07/08/dogecoin-surges-61-after-crypto-campaign-lights-up-tiktok/
  7. https://dailyhodl.com/2020/07/09/blockchain-firms-cosmos-polkadot-and-terra-unveil-anchor-defi-savings-product/
  8. https://news.bitcoin.com/coinbase-eyeing-us-stock-market-listing-as-early-as-this-yea
  9. https://dailyhodl.com/2020/07/10/is-crypto-giant-coinbase-gearing-up-for-stock-market-listing-heres-what-ceo-brian-armstrong-says-about-the-prospect/
  10. https://dailyhodl.com/2020/07/11/ethereum-eth-leading-crypto-markets-with-bitcoin-btc-clearly-lagging-behind-says-analyst-juan-villaverde/
  11. https://fintechnews.sg/41676/blockchain/singapore-blockhain-2020/
  12. https://www.coindesk.com/ethereum-has-become-bitcoins-top-off-chain-destination
  13. https://dailyhodl.com/2020/07/11/ethereum-eth-leading-crypto-markets-with-bitcoin-btc-clearly-lagging-behind-says-analyst-juan-villaverde/
  14. https://dailyhodl.com/2020/07/09/microsoft-mastercard-sec-when-ideas-meet-power-money-and-expertise-at-abs2020/
Special Mentions:
  1. https://dailyhodl.com/2020/07/05/ethereum-emerging-as-dominant-player-among-european-blockchain-startups-report/
  2. https://cryptoslate.com/charles-hoskinson-cardanos-code-is-the-highest-quality-seen-in-the-crypto-space/
  3. https://news.bitcoin.com/700000-expedia-travala-hotels-cryptocurrencies/
  4. https://news.bitcoin.com/the-tokenized-metaverse-non-fungible-token-sales-to-surpass-100-million/
  5. https://news.bitcoin.com/bitcoin-com-wallet-launches-new-portfolio-breakdown-and-stablecoin-swap-features/
  6. https://news.bitcoin.com/the-popular-stablecoin-tether-is-now-circulating-on-the-bitcoin-cash-network/
  7. https://dailyhodl.com/2020/07/08/exploring-the-cryptoverse-and-the-trade-off-between-security-and-coin-creation/
  8. https://news.bitcoin.com/chinas-giant-ride-hailing-service-didi-to-pilot-the-central-banks-digital-yuan/
  9. https://news.bitcoin.com/christophe-cieters-monopoly-money/
  10. https://cointelegraph.com/news/unitize-conference-covers-ground-mulls-blockchain-adoption-and-defi
Other:
  1. https://news.bitcoin.com/cryptocurrency-focused-docuseries-airs-to-millions-of-viewers-via-the-discovery-science-channel/
  2. https://dailyhodl.com/2020/07/06/arcane-research-interest-in-xrp-waning-as-bitcoin-and-ethereum-move-in-tandem/
  3. https://news.bitcoin.com/a-new-price-valuation-model-says-10-670-fair-value-of-bitcoin/
  4. https://dailyhodl.com/2020/07/06/visa-head-of-crypto-says-global-interest-in-central-bank-digital-currency-cbdc-not-going-away/
  5. https://dailyhodl.com/2020/07/07/one-of-the-richest-bitcoin-whales-in-existence-just-moved-95000000-in-btc-heres-where-the-crypto-is-going/
  6. https://news.bitcoin.com/bitfinex-must-face-new-yorks-accusations-over-the-loss-of-850m-in-co-mingled-funds/
  7. https://news.bitcoin.com/bitcoin-script-and-onchain-contracts-two-high-level-programming-languages-for-bitcoin-cash/
  8. https://news.bitcoin.com/us-dollar-slump-bank-of-america-death-cross-confidence-gold-rises/
-My thoughts:
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Edits: Made the post more legible and added the Discord Permalink!
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Kickstarter Roundup: Feb 4, 2018 | 25 Ending Soon (including: Nemesis) & 51 New This Week (including: Xia expansions)

What this is:

This is a weekly, curated listing of Kickstarter tabletop games projects that are either:
All board game projects meeting those criteria will automatically be included, no need to ask. (But the occasional non-board game project may also sneak in!)
Expect new lists each Sunday sometime between 12:00am and 12:00pm PST.

Ending Soon

Project Info Status Backers Avg Pledge Ending Comments
FATESLAYER A set of 32mm miniatures set in dark fantasy. All produced in-house and in resin for maximum detail. (Has currently earned $11,590 of $6,000) 193% 187 $62 02-05 kicktraq #minis
Fourth Quarter Football - Gridiron Miniature Game Fourth Quarter Football, a tactical game which recreates the thrill of American Football, with fantastic detailed miniatures. (Has currently earned £16,502 of £7,000) 235% 146 £113 02-05 kicktraq
Freyja's Wrath: Dark Age & Fantasy 28mm Shieldmaidens An entire army's worth of badass women for your dark age & fantasy wargaming. (Has currently earned £26,501 of £4,500) 588% 399 £66 02-06 kicktraq #minis
Bad People - The Party Game: 'RED' Expansion Pack Find out what your friends really think about you in this hilarious party game! Introducing......The BAD PEOPLE 'RED' Expansion Pack! (Has currently earned $5,086 of $5,000) 101% 231 $22 02-07 kicktraq #expansion base game
Ian Brody's SHAEF A two-player, card-driven World War II strategy game covering the period from June 1944 to March 1945. (Has currently earned £8,441 of £10,000) 84% 184 £46 02-07 kicktraq
ANDice - The World's First Series of Ancient Numerical Dice Discover the Origins of Numbers and Games (Has currently earned $12,768 AUD of $3,700 AUD) 345% 406 $31 AUD 02-07 kicktraq #dice
Nemesis Board Game A semi-cooperative SF horror game where you and other crewmembers desperately fight to survive - and fulfill conflicting objectives. (Has currently earned £2,282,947 of £50,000) 4565% 24807 £92 02-07 kicktraq
Infinite Galaxies Core Rules Sci-Fi Action, Powered by the Apocalypse! (Has currently earned $5,325 of $6,000) 88% 167 $32 02-07 kicktraq #rpg
HATE Lead your tribe to victory over a chronicle of battles against savage opponents. Amazingly detailed and brutal miniatures await you. (Has currently earned $1,015,707 of $200,000) 507% 7359 $138 02-07 kicktraq
The Red Dragon Inn 7: The Tavern Crew With pockets full of adventurers' gold, it's finally time for the staff to take a break! The crew of the Red Dragon Inn join the party! (Has currently earned $120,182 of $10,000) 1201% 2008 $60 02-08 kicktraq #expansion base game
Goblins Corsairs Goblins + Pirates, What more do you want? (Has currently earned €48,154 of €4,000) 1203% 488 €99 02-08 kicktraq
Hermetica An abstract strategy board game where each player's turn consists of 3 actions for synergistic opportunities to outwit their opponent. (Has currently earned $26,794 of $25,000) 107% 544 $49 02-08 kicktraq
Deja Vu: Fragments of Memory A game played with an innovative "Binary System" of Mancala sowing and Tableau Building. Beautiful theme, easy to learn, fun to play! (Has currently earned HK$522,088 of HK$60,000) 870% 1186 HK$440 02-08 kicktraq
Re-Chord A guitar themed Euro game in which players use real picks, chords, and play songs to gain the most fame. make/100 Re-Chord Rockstars (Has currently earned $23,909 of $7,500) 318% 588 $41 02-08 kicktraq #take2
Gather - Conversations You Crave An unforgettable guided conversation in a box. Unleash stories. Deepen relationships. Spark joy & meaning. (Has currently earned $22,916 of $10,000) 229% 135 $170 02-08 kicktraq
PolyHero Dice - Rogue Set From the shadows rolls a PolyHero Dice Set for heroes of a more mysterious kind. Rogues, Thieves, Assassins... steal yourself a set! (Has currently earned $182,892 of $50,000) 365% 4600 $40 02-08 kicktraq #dice
President Bigly A light-hearted game of pigs, politics and pandemonium. (Has currently earned $2,186 of $1,000) 218% 35 $62 02-08 kicktraq
Tiny Epic Zombies - A Game of Brutal Survival Play as hopeful survivors, or the Zombies, in this 1-5 player game featuring competitive and cooperative modes, and.. more ITEMeeples®! (Has currently earned $686,680 of $15,000) 4577% 18812 $37 02-09 kicktraq
GO ECO: The Classic game of survival. The card game that allows you to Attack, Defend, Kill, Protect Steal, Trap, Hack and Surrender!!. It's all happening on your tabletop! (Has currently earned $2,563 CAD of $15,000 CAD) 17% 126 $20 CAD 02-09 kicktraq #take2
Street Rod - build and race your own Hot Rod. With EarlyBird It’s the summer of 1963 and for a few bucks you buy your own Rod. Soup it up, race it and beat the King. With Early Bird only €10! (Has currently earned €3,345 of €2,200) 152% 189 €18 02-09 kicktraq
Neanderthal & Greenland Survival of the fittest cultures in pivotal times. (Has currently earned $203,704 of $10,000) 2037% 3192 $64 02-09 kicktraq #2.0/#3.0
TinkerTurf - Full Color Wargaming Terrain TinkerTurf is a full color, pre-cut, easily assembled wargaming terrain product. (Has currently earned $58,659 of $45,000) 130% 368 $159 02-09 kicktraq #bling
The Mansky Caper The Tabletop Game of Robbing Rooms and Dodging Booms! (Has currently earned $13,819 of $10,000) 138% 370 $37 02-10 kicktraq #take2
Last Stand As you’re losing, you’re getting cards to help come back and win! You’ll need a bit of skill, a dash of luck, and play politics! (Has currently earned $30,471 of $10,000) 304% 877 $35 02-11 kicktraq
Monster Highway A tile placement game where 2-4 players build roads, move cars and move a monster. (Has currently earned $7,322 of $12,000) 61% 85 $86 02-11 kicktraq

New This Week

Project Info Status Backers Avg Pledge Ending Comments
140 CHARACTERS Tweet... Follow... Kill! (Has currently earned $113 of $10,000) 1% 2 $57 03-22
1918: Brother Against Brother - The Finnish Civil War Division. Conflict. A nation at war with itself. A battle for the soul of Finland. A wargame about a little-known moment in history. (Has currently earned $7,032 of $7,500) 93% 113 $62 02-28
Agents of Mayhem: Pride of Babylon Pride of Babylon is a story-driven 3D tactical boardgame based on the newest video game in the Saint’s Row universe - Agents of Mayhem. (Has currently earned $90,211 of $30,000) 300% 1044 $86 02-27
Animo: A Living Deck Bible Verse Card Game Animo is 1 product with 3 uses: A 2-player Strategy Game, a Family Style Game, and a Parenting Tool for encouraging biblical values. (Has currently earned $6,197 of $7,500) 82% 80 $77 03-04
Arena Game Mats EXTRA LARGE 20in x 32in KS Exclusive Arena Game Mats for your gaming purposes. (Has currently earned $426 of $25) 1704% 12 $36 02-28 #bling
Arkon Arkon is a fast paced, non-linear strategy card game that employs a unique bidding based resource system and multi-use cards! (Has currently earned $13,313 of $5,000) 266% 357 $37 03-03
Arrows - A Game with a Point ARROWS is a collection of unique arrow playing cards and rules for 4 intriguing and engaging games. It's different - it's FUN! (Has currently earned $149 of $2,500) 5% 19 $8 03-02
Battledigm A fast-paced, two player deck building card game (Has currently earned $1,160 of $3,000) 38% 23 $50 03-03
Bitcoin Empire: To The Moon 2.0 A card game about bitcoin and a conspiracy that the moon landings are fake. (Has currently earned £725 of £300) 241% 12 £60 02-17 #take2
Black Earth: HEAVY METAL High quality resin cast vehicles and troops for our own sci-fi miniature wargame in 28mm, 15mm and 6mm scale. (Has currently earned €6,228 of €5,000) 124% 79 €79 03-03
Bugs: Into the Tunnels Two Hour Wargames brings you "Bugs: Into the Tunnels" - a complete game playable with our minis and resin tunnel sections (Has currently earned $2,296 of $2,500) 91% 23 $100 02-13
Cogs and Commissars: The Revolution Will Be Mechanized Atlas Games is making a cleverly competitive card game about revolutionary robots. We need your help, comrades! (Has currently earned $9,323 of $11,717) 79% 205 $45 03-01
Compositions A fast-paced and colorfully abstract tile game for 1-4 people, where competitive creations are always unique. (Has currently earned $560 of $3,500) 16% 25 $22 03-03
Custom Dice - Your design. Many Shapes & Sizes Full color, robust textured printed dice. Our new revolutionary print technology for small print runs. (Has currently earned $647 of $1,000) 64% 22 $29 03-23 #dice #bling
Deck-Fast! A Different Deck / Dice Box for Tabletop Gaming Dice Box, Deck Box for Magic the Gathering, MTG, Pokemon, Yugioh, Arkham Horror, EDH, Commander, DND Spell Cards, Force of Will, LCG (Has currently earned £2,029 of £800) 253% 101 £20 03-05 #bling
Dungeon Allies A Worker Placement Game where Dungeon Dice are the Workers! (Has currently earned $2,848 of $40) 7120% 45 $63 03-30
Dungeon Solitaire: Devil's Playground A dungeon-delving adventure game with custom illustrated cards. (Has currently earned $4,399 of $2,500) 175% 113 $39 03-01
Earth Chan CCG Nani?! An Earth Chan Collectible Card Game?!? (Has currently earned $150 AUD of $15,000 AUD) 1% 2 $75 AUD 04-02
Endeavor: Age of Sail Lead an empire in the Age of Sail; make your mark on history as the maps of the world unfold! Gripping Euro strategy for 2-5 players. (Has currently earned $208,730 CAD of $75,000 CAD) 278% 2331 $90 CAD 03-01
Eternal Kings Welcome to Eternal Kings — the game that combines the classic strategy of chess with the diverse combos of a card game! (Has currently earned $9,017 of $20,000) 45% 160 $56 02-27
Fields of Green - Grand Fair An expansion to Fields of Green (Has currently earned $28,775 of $15,000) 191% 972 $30 02-22 #expansion base game
Florida Saltwater Tournament Fishing "It's A Game" Encourage people to go fishing, learn about some of the fish around Florida, and bring the family back to the table to play games! (Has currently earned $691 of $15,000) 4% 6 $115 03-07 #take2 #lolwut
Full Art Damage Deck - X Wing Miniature Game Get rid of the boring text cards! The X-wing miniature game deserves better! Introducing full art damage deck deck cards. (Has currently earned €659 of €2,000) 32% 22 €30 04-03 #bling
Hammered Heroes - Standard Edition A balanced strategy game with attitude that's designed to get your drinking friends into card games and your card game friends drunk. (Has currently earned $7,192 of $10,000) 71% 122 $59 03-01 #take4
Herbalism Can you outsmart your friends and be the first to save the world from a terrible pandemic in this logic and deduction game? (Has currently earned $16,720 of $10,000) 167% 369 $45 02-21
Kaiju Stadium: A Game About Giant Monsters Playing Sports The latest artisan, hand-crafted board game from Spriteborne. Two players, strategy, and custom crafted just for you. (Has currently earned $367 of $750) 48% 6 $61 03-01
Laruna: Age of Kingdoms A thematic high-fantasy 4x with high levels of social interaction brought to you by the creators of The Shared Dream. (Has currently earned $36,819 of $30,000) 122% 303 $122 03-02 #take2
Lexicons of Dueling Japanese Katana A simple and complete card game that simulates martial combat in a most ingenious manner! (Has currently earned $2,611 of $5,400) 48% 27 $97 03-03 #expansion base game
Lightning & Bolt — an asymmetric co-op superhero adventure! A game of superheroes & robots for parents & kids, from the creator of Vast & the illustrator of Everdell // A proud part of MAKE 100 (Has currently earned $4,482 of $3,500) 128% 324 $14 02-14
Loot N Shoot You are shooting goblins with rubber band guns. Do you really need more information? Yes? Check out the campaign below! (Has currently earned $8,866 of $25,000) 35% 138 $64 03-01
Make 100 Trap-A-Rex Dinosaur Hunting Game A herd of Triceratops must stop a pack of hungry Tyrannosaurs by strategically immobilizing them while avoiding being eaten. (Has currently earned $616 of $1,000) 61% 9 $68 03-02
Make 100: Cameo—A card game featuring 100 backers Cameo is a tabletop card game in which every card in the game is a different backer of this project. (Has currently earned $5,792 of $7,000) 82% 108 $54 03-02
Metal Gaming Coins: The Fantasy Series by D20 Collective Metal gaming coins that will enhance any tabletop roleplaying game, LARP-ing session and add exquisite flavor to any game night! (Has currently earned $6,741 of $4,500) 149% 170 $40 02-24 #bling
MicRxobe MicRxobe is a team competitive game between an Infection and Antibodies in a system. (Has currently earned $42 of $200) 21% 6 $7 02-23
Perspective The game Perspective delivers a fun way for friends to get together and share their perspectives on everyday situations. (Has currently earned $33 of $6,000) 0% 3 $11 03-01 #lolwut
Planet Apocalypse An exciting co-op board game in which post-apocalypse heroes confront the hordes of Hell. (Has currently earned $172,173 of $100,000) 172% 1265 $136 02-26
Premium Cribbage Board Game - Solid Wood & Copper Inlay These cribbage boards are sure to wow your opponents! With Premium Hardwoods, Precision Machining, Copper Inlay, and Solid Metal Pegs. (Has currently earned $2,377 of $500) 475% 22 $108 03-02
Pulp Detective Pulp Detective is a 1–2p card detective game in the pulp universe: Grab your gun, find the clues and confront the criminal at the end! (Has currently earned $26,653 of $7,000) 380% 780 $34 02-28
Quirk! Legends A super fun, happy, amusing, mischievous card game for people who love being unicorns, dragons, superheroes and evil villains... (Has currently earned £1,252 of £5,000) 25% 53 £24 03-03 #expansion base game
Rep Your City!® Board Game (Detroit) A 2 to 10 player trivia and strategy board game all about Detroit. Other major cities coming soon, but we need your support! (Has currently earned $1,364 of $5,000) 27% 15 $91 03-04 #lolwut
Sagas of Midgard: A Cinematic Norse Tabletop RPG Sagas of Midgard is a new, cinematic Tabletop RPG that prioritizes storytelling over numbers with a deadly combat and raiding system. (Has currently earned $3,573 of $1,200) 297% 46 $78 03-01 #rpg
Show & Tile - a creative party game The fifth Jellybean Game. A tangram game for 3-6 players of all ages from the creators of Seikatsu. (Has currently earned $7,030 of $10,000) 70% 150 $47 02-28
The End of Yomi's Gate This is your last chance to get a physical copy of Yomi's Gate, a samurai and oni war game, made directly by the game's designer (Has currently earned $2,912 of $750) 388% 17 $171 03-01
The Europa Incident - 2-4 Player Game of Near-Space Conquest Enhanced deckbuilding Sci-Fi boardgame. Manage your resources, upgrade and deploy your spaceships, conquer the Main Asteroid Belt! (Has currently earned €5,867 of €18,000) 32% 143 €41 02-28
The Invitation The Invitation is a 3 to 5 player cooperative tabletop game where the players explore a derelict mansion and fight to avoid madness. (Has currently earned $1,339 CAD of $14,000 CAD) 9% 19 $70 CAD 03-05
Tower Capture Part strategy. Part luck. All fun! (Has currently earned $1 of $10,000) 0% 1 NA 03-01 #hmm
Treasure Road - A fun board game for casual gamers Treasure Road is a fun board game that looks like a retro computer game. Coins, yellow boxes, cool dice and much more. Easy and fun. (Has currently earned €151 of €12,000) 1% 7 €22 03-02
V'lar: Starship Maps & Miniatures 24x36 inch deckplan poster & set of 4 miniatures - organic alien ships for Starfinder & other sci-fi space RPGs. (Has currently earned $2,709 of $2,000) 135% 68 $40 02-24 #bling
Vote ME! the Party, party game by Redwell Games A vocal voting game for 3+ players. Players split into Parties & give Speeches on randomised Policies and Themes to win the most votes. (Has currently earned £387 of £2,500) 15% 15 £26 03-01
War & Empire III "Dark Ages" Phase III of our War & Empire project will cover the Dark Ages. From the decline of Rome to the rise of Byzantium. (Has currently earned £25,807 of £10,000) 258% 219 £118 03-03
Xia: Embers of a Forsaken Star and Xia: Missions and Powers Expands the universe of Xia. Pre-painted miniatures! New Sectors! New Missions! New Powers! A 1-5 player sandbox-style space adventure! (Has currently earned $251,459 of $55,000) 457% 4339 $58 02-20 #expansion base game
Looking for more comprehensive Kickstarter gaming information? Check out the meta listings on BGG, explore Kicktraq's data-driven views, or, of course, Kickstater's Tabletop Category.

Footnotes

  • #hmm means that something about the project seems a little off. Buyer beware kinda thing.
  • #lolwut is reserved for projects that seem like trainwrecks. Check 'em out for amusement.
  • #take tags are for projects that have been restarted for some reason, with the number indicating what iteration we're currently on.
  • Did I miss something? Particularly stuff that might go in the Comments column? Let me know and I'll add it in.
Tip Jar - Keep me in Kickstarter money.
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The LTO Network is making its entry with a value proposition to bring a procedure that will chronicle into a computerized appropriated record that serves individual and business needs identified with legitimately binding contracts.

The use of blockchain technology is gaining momentum and will eventually be implemented in many areas of people's lives, improving and accelerating many processes with ease. It is no secret that people have already fallen in love with the bitcoin payment system based on the blockchain and understand how much it can change not only the entire financial system for the better, but also affect production and other areas.
Naturally, it will take a lot of time to take root, as well as to finalize in terms of scalability and protection of this innovation, the widespread adoption of digitization of assets, data and tokenization of material values, many projects are already trying to create such platforms.
Blockchain surprised many with the results of ICO which collected large amounts of investments, as it easily removes any territorial and political restrictions, people felt that at the same time the technology can combine privacy and at the same time transparency of all operations and be decentralized.
In the future, it is hard to imagine that the blockchain will be able to replace the centralized system of data used by states, but it is more likely that it will be able to carry out enterprises and other organizations for which immutability and data protection is important.
THE LTO NETWORK VALUE PROPOSITION LTO network was conceptualized out of the deep need of existing clientele. The company is not a ‘blockchain company, however, it leverages on the blockchain technology to provide crucial answers to improve their solution. It is a private permissionless network, where everyone can set up a hub and check business dealings, yet information is just shared between members of a particular process. Looking back LTO primary focus is on the issue of adoption which they are into presently in contrasted with numerous different platforms, having earned 1.4M USD from customers this year.
The LTO Network is making its entry with a value proposition to bring a procedure that will chronicle into a computerized appropriated record that serves individual and business needs identified with legitimately binding contracts. Basically following this objective, it makes a decentralized work process component that enables you to trade data about private blockchains, while exchanges will be recorded in a mutually shared blockchain. The LTO Network utilizes the agreement or consensus instrument with minimal proof of importance to accomplish agreement on their blockchain. This planned system permits smallholders of tokens who would prefer not to run a node to get rewards for tokens. It is indistinct why the LTO Network needs to make its own blockchain as opposed to utilizing the current and demonstrated base-level framework.
LTO NETWORK is not the first day provides its services and began to work in 2014, now their main task is to help businesses, governments to move to the use of decentralized applications and services. Definitely this project has all chances to solve existing problems of protection and safety of data of the companies, to eliminate probability of loss of information at use of intermediaries. For more details about this platform, kindly do check the links below: https://lto.network/ #LTO #livecontracts
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2018 in Review: A Plateau of Shit

Welcome to my fifth annual Year in Review, in which I chronicle the previous in reddit, circlejerks, and circlebroke. And like the other years, this one was a doozy. So, without further ado, let me present to you...
2018 In Review: A Plateau of Shit
January
The #MeToo movement is still in full swing. The MO for 2018 remains the same, agreeing with anyone who speaks out against the movement and downplaying the actions of people they like.
A redditor takes m’lady out on a date, can’t let go of something minor, and ends up humiliating her in front of the staff. Mods decided that while something bad happened, he didn’t fuck up.
February
Remember Ugandan Knuckles? It was a flavor-of-the-week maymay that was pretty blatantly racist. Redditors decided to shit up /uganda, a place where people once had actual discussions about the country where they lived or visited, with their shitty memes.
Black Panther becomes the first major superhero movie with an all-black cast. Redditors open the racist floodgates, then proceed to get pissy about being accused of being racists.
Did you hear? Daddy Musk launched a car into space. This is such a big deal that reddit has to insult anyone critical of the occasion and also compare his struggle to bitcoin for some reason.
Another mass shooting, another song and dance about how of course guns aren’t the problem, idiot. Only this time, an extra helping of vitriol is directed at teenagers!
March
We did it circlebroke! Racist fake-news mill /uncensorcednews is permabanned!
Survivors of the Parkland shooting organized a nationwide anti-gun march which is like rage-filled catnip for anti-activist and pro-gun redditors.
April
Another Nazi getting punched in the face, another visit from the Volunteer Nazi Safety Brigade.
As a bonus, the events of previous months produced what it probably the cringiest writing prompt ever devised.
May
Rapper Childish Gambino made an music video for the song “This Is America.” It’s not subtle. White redditors dropped by to “well actually” about how it is a critique of black culture.
If only the powers that be listened to redditors, they could have prevented another school shooting, something that redditors know everything about.
In what is becoming a semi-annual occurrence, another swath of gamers pitched a shitfit about women and minorities appearing in their bideo bames. This time, gamers are so fed up after seeing a woman in the trailer for Battlefield V that they wish the Nazis had won WWII
June
CB mods declare Summerbroke. Is that even any different from regular CB?
Happy LGBTQ Pride Month! The World Health Organization removed being transgender as a mental illness. Reddit can’t be having any of that! (WHO also classified “gaming addiction” as a disorder, so there’s a bonus “gamers rise up” jerk in there too).
When virtually every nation on earth condemned the Trump administration’s policy of family separation, reddit chimed in with the usual cold-heartedness and whataboutism.
Some dipshit literally clamped his balls to a car battery and electrocuted himself in order to win a dumb online argument. Reddit has a new hero.
July
The EU was going to ban memes, or something. Reddit did nothing, and then patted themselves on the back once their may-mays were safe.
The founder of KiA scuttled the sub, disgusted at the cesspit of racism and sexism it had become. It took admins less than half an hour to get it up and running.
August
For much of 2017 and 2018, a certain portion of reddit became enamored with Jordan Peterson, a Canadian college professor who said stuff like “There are only two genders” and “All these pronouns aren’t necessary,” but with more words. Perhaps the biggest laff at the expense of Peterson fandom came from redditors who eat nothing but meat because of Peterson.
Certified conspiracy nut Alex Jones got his dangerously stupid and reactionary podcast pull from all the major carriers. Naturally, redditeurs got super mad about it.
The hacker behind 2014’s “The Fappening” scandal was sentenced to prison for his deeds. Queue up “Uptown Funk,” because for a moment it was 2014 again because redditors were back to victim blaming and downplaying the illegal actions.
Reddit’s favorite stand-up comedian, Louis C.K. performed his first stand-up since his #MeToo fall from grace. Time for some revisionist history!
Gamers are still worked up about Battlefield V. One of them calls the Nazis the quote-unquote “bad guys” of WWII
September
Reddit still hates Black Panther
The G in Gamer stands for genocide because a gaming conference held part of an event specifically for women and non-binary people.
More GamerGenocide: A white video game character might have dark skin in the coming TV adaptation. Literal racism.
More tech-bro drama: Linux developers revamp their Code of Conduct. The techbros of /linux can’t possibly be expected to be inclusive and not harass people!
We did it, reddit! An alt-right sub and a hate sub get banned. Later in the month, more shitty subs get quarantined. But what about SRS?
October
Americans of all backgrounds and politics had strong feelings about the Senate confirmation hearing of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. On reddit, the feeling was one of a hard-won victory in the face the ever-present threat of false accusations.
A disciple of Daddy Peterson brought his girlfriend to one of the professor’s lectures and she dumped him. WARNING: Hilarious, but possibly fake.
Gamers are trash, more at 11: While the Trump Administration was busy finding new ways to strip trans* people of their civil rights, a game distribution platform used the resistance hashtag in a cruel, ironic way. Naturally, gamers showed more cruelty and cluelessness in response to the ensuing controversy.
November
Midterm elections happened! When a record number of black women are elected, redditors step in to tell you why that’s a bad thing
Gamers are trash, chapter VIII: Nothing much happened in November because everybody was busy playing Red Dead Redemption 2. When a gAmEr posted a video of him attacking a suffragette and feeding the body to hogs, he got banned from youtube. The RDR sub valiantly came to his defense.
Happy Thanksgiving! If you’re a vegan, you can expect redditors dropping into the vegan sub to lecture you about pushing your “nonsense” on “regular folks”...and then get gilded for it.
Freeze Peach in action: In a victory for edgelord Nazi kids everywhere, some edgelord Nazi kinds giving the Nazi salute in a group photo won’t face any repercussions. Reddit rejoices.
December
Reddit still hates Black Panther.
It’s a tale as old as time: Beloved youtuber-gamer descends into the alt-right rabbit hole, says inexcusable stuff on his podcast, disappears for ten months, makes a crappy video, is welcomed back by the youtuber-gamer-watcher community
Speaking of beloved youtube-gamers, PewDiePie and his fans continue to be garbage.
Analysis
I’ve got some bad news, and some good news.
The bad news: 2018 sucked. Being on reddit in 2018 sucked.
The good news: Being on reddit in 2018 sucked about as much as being on reddit in 2017 sucked.
Things didn’t get noticeably worse this year, plus there wasn’t any large scale drama like Ellen Pao stuff or FPH stuff back in 2015 (my, what a long time ago that was). In 2016 and 2017, reddit became a haven for the alt-right and a nerve center for targeted harassment campaigns. In 2018, more of the same shit was happening, but at more or less the same level we were accustomed to. The Nazis and trolls were still in every nook and cranny, but it seems like they ran out of gamers to indoctrinate or new nooks and crannies to invade. Plus, a few notable cesspools got banned or quarantined. The levels of shit just kinda plateaued. Presently, we stand on a giant plateau of shit. There's shit in every direction, as far as the eye can see. Things could have been better, of course. But things probably could have gone even worse. At least we aren't starting up a mountain of shit.
We survived it.
We got used to it.
You know, like a frog gets used to boiling water.
May we all have a safe, happy, healthy, and sane 2019.
Further Reading:
2017 in Review: Reddit’s Reckoning with the Alt-Right
Reddit In Review 2016: As Nasty As They Wanna Be
2015 in Review: Reddit’s Collision With Civil Society
2014 in Review: Reddit, Circlejerks, and Circlebroke
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The Price of Bitcoin Will ‘Surpass’ All-Time Price Highs by EOY of 2019,

The chairman of a notable Japanese fintech-firm and crypto trade administrator Quoine has said he trusts Bitcoin (BTC) will "outperform" its record-breaking value highs before the finish of 2019, amid a meeting with Bloomberg Markets: Asia Dec. 4.

Talking amid the outcome of an all inclusive value droop, Mike Kayamori said he expects new crypto advertise opinion and force to set in after the new year, taking note of that "there's just the same old thing new, no impetus" in the quick future to drive costs back up.

The CEO expressed that though many had called $4,000 as the "specialized base" for Bitcoin this winter, the best coin had neglected to hold the check amid the ongoing auction. "That said," he included, "when you take a gander at chronicled [patterns] and where things are going, I think the base is close."

He certified his examination by taking note of the weight on bitcoin price excavators, a significant number of whom are covering activities as the benefit's value tumble presses benefits. Kayamori noted:

"On the off chance that there's sufficient excavators leaving business, that [means] harmony is close. When you see how showcases overshoot, both here and there, you can likely say it's near the base."

Kayamori guaranteed that Japanese controllers are currently beginning to open up again to affirm new crypto trades and token postings following the robbery of $534 million worth of crypto in January from Japanese trade Coincheck.

Besides, the greater part of household trades are verging on satisfying the terms of the business enhancement arranges that were issued by Japan's Financial Services Agency (FSA) to tidy up the business in the result of the Coincheck hack.

With better practices set up crosswise over administration, consistence, resource isolation, secure cool wallet stockpiling — and in addition expanded interest from monetary industry veterans — Japan's crypto scene is in a time of "union," he said.

Noticing that Japan was the "principal worldwide monetary powerhouse" to direct crypto, Kayamori indicated the nation's spearheading regard for the business' most recent gathering pledges display, the successor to Initial Coin Offerings (ICO): Security Token Offerings, or STOs.

Moreover, the FSA is allegedly dealing with ICO directions to shield speculators from extortion. What's more, as detailed today, Japan's legislature is additionally purportedly right now looking for approaches to keep tax avoidance on benefits from crypto exchanges.

You can learn more by following our work on bitcoin price targets on our website.
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2018 in Review: A Plateau of Shit [x-post from /r/circlebroke]

Welcome to my fifth annual Year in Review, in which I chronicle the previous in reddit, circlejerks, and circlebroke. And like the other years, this one was a doozy. So, without further ado, let me present to you...
2018 In Review: A Plateau of Shit
January
The #MeToo movement is still in full swing. The MO for 2018 remains the same, agreeing with anyone who speaks out against the movement and downplaying the actions of people they like.
A redditor takes m’lady out on a date, can’t let go of something minor, and ends up humiliating her in front of the staff. Mods decided that while something bad happened, he didn’t fuck up.
February
Remember Ugandan Knuckles? It was a flavor-of-the-week maymay that was pretty blatantly racist. Redditors decided to shit up /uganda, a place where people once had actual discussions about the country where they lived or visited, with their shitty memes.
Black Panther becomes the first major superhero movie with an all-black cast. Redditors open the racist floodgates, then proceed to get pissy about being accused of being racists.
Did you hear? Daddy Musk launched a car into space. This is such a big deal that reddit has to insult anyone critical of the occasion and also compare his struggle to bitcoin for some reason.
Another mass shooting, another song and dance about how of course guns aren’t the problem, idiot. Only this time, an extra helping of vitriol is directed at teenagers!
March
We did it circlebroke! Racist fake-news mill /uncensorcednews is permabanned!
Survivors of the Parkland shooting organized a nationwide anti-gun march which is like rage-filled catnip for anti-activist and pro-gun redditors.
April
Another Nazi getting punched in the face, another visit from the Volunteer Nazi Safety Brigade.
As a bonus, the events of previous months produced what it probably the cringiest writing prompt ever devised.
May
Rapper Childish Gambino made an music video for the song “This Is America.” It’s not subtle. White redditors dropped by to “well actually” about how it is a critique of black culture.
If only the powers that be listened to redditors, they could have prevented another school shooting, something that redditors know everything about.
In what is becoming a semi-annual occurrence, another swath of gamers pitched a shitfit about women and minorities appearing in their bideo bames. This time, gamers are so fed up after seeing a woman in the trailer for Battlefield V that they wish the Nazis had won WWII
June
CB mods declare Summerbroke. Is that even any different from regular CB?
Happy LGBTQ Pride Month! The World Health Organization removed being transgender as a mental illness. Reddit can’t be having any of that! (WHO also classified “gaming addiction” as a disorder, so there’s a bonus “gamers rise up” jerk in there too).
When virtually every nation on earth condemned the Trump administration’s policy of family separation, reddit chimed in with the usual cold-heartedness and whataboutism.
Some dipshit literally clamped his balls to a car battery and electrocuted himself in order to win a dumb online argument. Reddit has a new hero.
July
The EU was going to ban memes, or something. Reddit did nothing, and then patted themselves on the back once their may-mays were safe.
The founder of KiA scuttled the sub, disgusted at the cesspit of racism and sexism it had become. It took admins less than half an hour to get it up and running.
August
For much of 2017 and 2018, a certain portion of reddit became enamored with Jordan Peterson, a Canadian college professor who said stuff like “There are only two genders” and “All these pronouns aren’t necessary,” but with more words. Perhaps the biggest laff at the expense of Peterson fandom came from redditors who eat nothing but meat because of Peterson.
Certified conspiracy nut Alex Jones got his dangerously stupid and reactionary podcast pull from all the major carriers. Naturally, redditeurs got super mad about it.
The hacker behind 2014’s “The Fappening” scandal was sentenced to prison for his deeds. Queue up “Uptown Funk,” because for a moment it was 2014 again because redditors were back to victim blaming and downplaying the illegal actions.
Reddit’s favorite stand-up comedian, Louis C.K. performed his first stand-up since his #MeToo fall from grace. Time for some revisionist history!
Gamers are still worked up about Battlefield V. One of them calls the Nazis the quote-unquote “bad guys” of WWII
September
Reddit still hates Black Panther
The G in Gamer stands for genocide because a gaming conference held part of an event specifically for women and non-binary people.
More GamerGenocide: A white video game character might have dark skin in the coming TV adaptation. Literal racism.
More tech-bro drama: Linux developers revamp their Code of Conduct. The techbros of /linux can’t possibly be expected to be inclusive and not harass people!
We did it, reddit! An alt-right sub and a hate sub get banned. Later in the month, more shitty subs get quarantined. But what about SRS?
October
Americans of all backgrounds and politics had strong feelings about the Senate confirmation hearing of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. On reddit, the feeling was one of a hard-won victory in the face the ever-present threat of false accusations.
A disciple of Daddy Peterson brought his girlfriend to one of the professor’s lectures and she dumped him. WARNING: Hilarious, but possibly fake.
Gamers are trash, more at 11: While the Trump Administration was busy finding new ways to strip trans* people of their civil rights, a game distribution platform used the resistance hashtag in a cruel, ironic way. Naturally, gamers showed more cruelty and cluelessness in response to the ensuing controversy.
November
Midterm elections happened! When a record number of black women are elected, redditors step in to tell you why that’s a bad thing
Gamers are trash, chapter VIII: Nothing much happened in November because everybody was busy playing Red Dead Redemption 2. When a gAmEr posted a video of him attacking a suffragette and feeding the body to hogs, he got banned from youtube. The RDR sub valiantly came to his defense.
Happy Thanksgiving! If you’re a vegan, you can expect redditors dropping into the vegan sub to lecture you about pushing your “nonsense” on “regular folks”...and then get gilded for it.
Freeze Peach in action: In a victory for edgelord Nazi kids everywhere, some edgelord Nazi kinds giving the Nazi salute in a group photo won’t face any repercussions. Reddit rejoices.
December
Reddit still hates Black Panther.
It’s a tale as old as time: Beloved youtuber-gamer descends into the alt-right rabbit hole, says inexcusable stuff on his podcast, disappears for ten months, makes a crappy video, is welcomed back by the youtuber-gamer-watcher community
Speaking of beloved youtube-gamers, PewDiePie and his fans continue to be garbage.
Analysis
I’ve got some bad news, and some good news.
The bad news: 2018 sucked. Being on reddit in 2018 sucked.
The good news: Being on reddit in 2018 sucked about as much as being on reddit in 2017 sucked.
Things didn’t get noticeably worse this year, plus there wasn’t any large scale drama like Ellen Pao stuff or FPH stuff back in 2015 (my, what a long time ago that was). In 2016 and 2017, reddit became a haven for the alt-right and a nerve center for targeted harassment campaigns. In 2018, more of the same shit was happening, but at more or less the same level we were accustomed to. The Nazis and trolls were still in every nook and cranny, but it seems like they ran out of gamers to indoctrinate or new nooks and crannies to invade. Plus, a few notable cesspools got banned or quarantined. The levels of shit just kinda plateaued. Presently, we stand on a giant plateau of shit. There's shit in every direction, as far as the eye can see. Things could have been better, of course. But things probably could have gone even worse. At least we aren't starting up a mountain of shit.
We survived it.
We got used to it.
You know, like a frog gets used to boiling water.
May we all have a safe, happy, healthy, and sane 2019.
Further Reading:
2017 in Review: Reddit’s Reckoning with the Alt-Right
Reddit In Review 2016: As Nasty As They Wanna Be
2015 in Review: Reddit’s Collision With Civil Society
2014 in Review: Reddit, Circlejerks, and Circlebroke
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So I created a Crypto Index Fund of 35 Cryptos and I'm holding for 1 Year - A Case Study

I’ve decided to document my journey with an experiment in crypto investing that involves creating a Crypto Index Fund of sorts.
With a nod and hat tip to Brett McLain (http://blog.mclain.ca/31-crypto-currencies-week-1/) who was the inspiration for this experiment, as he enters week 14 of his own.
Where my experiment differs is in the number of cryptos selected, as well as the style of selection. Brett went with the Top 30 (actually he used 31 in the end) by Market Cap.
For my experiment, I shall be selecting 35 cryptos that I’ve hand selected.
First, let’s get the rules set.
The Rules
Why Am I Doing This Experiment?
Primarily, this is a thought experiment for me. It’s also a method that I hope proves whether a diversified portfolio is more effective in the long run than holding a single (or few) cryptos.
I have longterm holds in a numbers of coins over a long period of time. This small-scale thought experiment is separate to that.
And why do I think an “crypto index fund” is such a good idea? This:
https://imgur.com/aIxx3zu
That’s a picture of the whole crypto market cap over the last year. It’s rising constantly (especially in the last few months), and is only set to grow more (and more rapidly).
So an index fund that tracks a large segment of the market should be a really good thing. My profit will rise as the overall crypto market cap rises. That’s what this experiment is all about.
And if it isn’t a good thing, we will see.
The Cryptos
Here are the cryptocurrencies I selected (listed by price):
Foo Bar
Bitcoin (BTC)
Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
Dash (DASH)
Ethereum (ETH)
Zcash (ZEC)
Monero (XMR)
Litecoin (LTC)
NEO (NEO)
Gas (GAS)
Qtum (QTUM)
Lisk (LSK)
OmiseGO (OMG)
Waves (WAVES)
Walton (WTC)
Metal (MTL)
Vertcoin (VTC)
Salt (SALT)
Metaverse ETP (ETP)
Neblio (NEBL)
Ark (ARK)
Komodo (KMD)
EOS (EOS)
Modum (MOD)
AdEx (ADX)
Kyber Network (KNC)
PowerLedger (POWR)
iExec RLC (RLC)
Civic (CVC)
Obsidian (ODN)
Rise (RISE)
VeChain (VEN)
Ripple (XRP)
Chainlink (LINK)
Ripio (RCN)
Request Network (REQ)
A lot of research and thought went into selecting these 35. I don’t want to get into too much detail about why I chose individual cryptos (although that might come later).
First, I will answer the two most macro of questions first:
This is pretty simple. I wanted a large enough amount that would justify an “index fund” without being unwieldy. As this isn’t a traditional index fund, it would be ridiculously complex to buy 100s of cryptos individually and then be able to store them somewhere.
I think 35 is a good number that allows for diversification and balance, without being too complex and unwieldly.
Whether all of these 35 cryptos will turn out to be successful (and I define success as giving me at least a 1.5x ROI in a year), will be an interesting part of the experiment.
I chose these 35 for specific reasons individually and I made sure to choose a number of project types - straight up currencies, platforms, dApps, protocols, etc.
In this index fund, there will be small total supply coins, large total supply coins, large market cap coins, small market cap coins, old projects, new projects and everything in between.
But all of them are good projects, I believe. Time will tell and I invite questions and discussion about the cryptos themselves in the comments.
Based on their Market Cap rankings, I put the 35 cryptos into a number of types that I’ll explain a bit here:
The cryptos in The Big Boys section are pretty obvious. The established and time-tested players like Bitcoin, Ethereum and Dash fit here.
In the Second Tier we have the potential future stars. Cryptos like NEO, OmiseGO and Lisk fit comfortably here.
Whilst The Emerging Upstarts are filled with newer projects that are super solid, for example: Walton Chain, PowerLedger and Chainlink.
By selecting older and newer projects in this “crypto index fund” I’m hoping to leverage both money coming into the established/known cryptos, as well as potentially making bigger market cap jumps with some of the new projects that have far to run.
Potential Issues With the Experiment
Some obvious issues with my method became apparent pretty quickly:
Some coins were near all-time-highs, which will naturally skew the experiment a little and make it a little harder for them to succeed…at least in the early stages of the experiment. For example, Bitcoin happened to be very near its ATH when I bought it for the experiment. NEO and AdEx were also very near their tops.
Moving Forwards
I bought these cryptos on Tuesday 21st November. I will, therefore, be doing a weekly update every Tuesday where I chart the experiment’s progress.
I'll be including charts/graphs in future updates, so that we can see a visual representation of what's going on.
I’ll be making a site to chronicle this experiment and give it a home.
Let me know what you think of my plan - I’m open to constructive criticism and any thoughts you might have.
Sources and Helpful Resources
Here’s some of the many resources I consulted for this project:
https://digitalassetdbtest.azurewebsites.net/
http://aenigma.capital/Leveraging-the-Cryptoeconomic-Machine.pdf
https://www.whatbitcoindid.com/portfolio/
https://coinmarketcap.com/
https://www.coingecko.com/en
https://coincheckup.com/
Feel free to follow me here for more regular updates: https://twitter.com/cryptoindexfund
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what i want from this game

Lets make it simple all i want is that the core of the game must be same thru the whole game. For me when a game is made, i look at the core of a game: bio-shock =story , borderlands = guns and missions, minecraft = building and survival.
So what i want is that peria chronicles stay by there idea and grow with it.
Why?
Well lets see, you can make the town, your house, dungeons, and shops for that matter.
butt i want to dive deeper in the possibility were the whole game is created by the player.
Inventors:
You want to make a blacksmith (it will be called blades and gearz)shop that you can make and repair tools, butt not any tools. Tools you've created from scratch like you design the handle the shaft and the blade not with presets but your own design thru a "solidworks program" which is made simpler ( witch is simple to use anyway)By how big the blade and heavy it is changes how you use them. also with Armour.The materials is paid from grinders who go the dungeons to get materials
Also a cloth maker
Also dungeon and town builders where you have to pay a fee to go into
Services:
And i like the restaurants because i think you can get a buff when you go there and it last longer then a potion same as a campfire eating there. while you sit you can learn new strategies to defeat the dungeons.
Also potion shop and also enchanted shop where you can upgrade your gear. what about the flasks well the blacksmith have to make the also the ingredients from the grinders people that do mostly dungeons
Remember every shop is run by you the player if you not there no biggie you cant make new stuff but it will keep you in stock until you run out of materials. The AI can buy new material for you on what you have bought last time from a grinder and have the same price also.
there is unlimited jobs out there just look at "log horizon" a anime with most of the idea i got
You can add to be a trainer also a day care for the beasts, a farmer

Grinders
Not only that but you can design your own moves from scratch also. You can make the blade move to point to point and save it as a preset later you can combined moves and people to create a link to a powerful move.
Beast that you tame can help you fighting mobs by using there powers onto your weapons like fire mob can boost your sword strength by adding fire to it.
Also weapons works with strength: Determined on what material you use the heavier the blade is and size and durability , meaning you need more strength to use it full potential. For example you need 50 strength to use this blade and you are 25 strength you swing slower and do less damage and you save more durability on your sword( i would say mostly the same or less damage you swing a sword you can handle with 25 strength) but you do more impact damage then a lighter sword. Same can be said with Armour where you move slower in that matter. Also drains your stamina faster.
the Economy
How do the developers get paid well by a type of bitcoin system. You can get money out of the system if you receive gold that is worth real bitcoin but taxing is included. so when you sell a sword you get bitcoins for that sword but 25% go to the developers. It is a very risky way to do it for the bitcoin needs to have a constant value

So there you have it but if it isn't in the game we can code it in i guess. It will take a lot of resources but i think it will be worth it. because it is a place where you can create a town together fight together live together basically it is you very own place in peria. (the developers of the game just have to add new creatures and possibility's to create new stuff. that's all)

What do you guys think?
i forgot to add that we make our own events in the game like a concerts ,Christmas etc. we decide if we want to have a sale in our shops and decorations. we can give coupons to people also to buy from our shop advertising etc . we plan out what we want to do for the holiday make one time events for that day etc
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2018 Cryptocurrency Crash (Elliott Wave): Redux

2018 Cryptocurrency Crash (Elliott Wave): Redux
Crosspost: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2711461.msg42706471#msg42706471
History
—08-JAN-2018: Elliott Wave, https://redd.it/7ptsg3
—12-JAN-2018: Crypto Black Monday, https://redd.it/7pxg0d
—24-JAN-2018: Dotcom vs Crypto, https://redd.it/7skzff
—21-FEB-2018: Bear Market Resumes, https://redd.it/7z8u6n
—28-FEB-2018: Halfway Through, https://redd.it/7umjf9
—13-MAR-2018: Fare Thee Well Ten Thousand, #10kNeverAgain: https://redd.it/842ssd
—19-MAR-2018: Equinox, https://redd.it/85m5tr
—03-APR-2018: April Fools’ Rally, https://redd.it/89jqye
—19-APR-2018: 420 High, https://redd.it/8dbz4f
—25-APR-2018: Symmetrical Triangle, https://redd.it/8ev2ki
—06-MAY-2018: Ten Thousand Tease, https://redd.it/8hdhjn
—29-MAY-2018: Triangle Phinance, https://redd.it/8mwx6z
—10-JUN-2018: Triangle Phinance II, https://redd.it/8q5p68
—23-JUL-2018: Redux, https://redd.it/913xx6
—02-SEP-2018: #ShortSeptember, https://redd.it/9c96vk
—04-NOV-2018: Inflection Point, https://redd.it/9u1y3z
Since the all-time high set on 17-DEC-2017, the cryptocurrency Bitcoin bear market has now elapsed 7 months with a peak decline of 70% in value thus far.
The first leg of the crash from 17-DEC-2017 to 06-FEB-2018, saw a 70% decline where price collapsed from the all-time high of $19,891 to a low of $6,000 in just 51 days (BITFINEX).
Since the 06-FEB-2018 low, price has wandered sideways on diminishing volume and volatility, contracting into a triangle pattern. A triangle formation reflects a balance of forces creating a directionless resolve: an equilibrium and indecisive psychological state of mind between the bulls & bears, a period of consolidation as the market deliberates its next move.
Five waves are expected in a contracting triangle pattern, labelled as a-b-c-d-e waves. Under textbook Elliott Wave analysis, at least two of the five alternate waves are typically related to each other by the Fibonacci 0.618 golden ratio, and it appears wave-c and wave-e are the alternating candidates:
https://i.imgur.com/77x90d4.png
—wave-a: Rallied 95% from 06-FEB to 05-MAR, retracing a 50% Fibonacci of the downtrend wave that began on 06-JAN.
—wave-b: Declined 45% from 05-MAR to 01-APR, retracing a 95% of wave-a.
—wave-c: ‘April Fools Rally’: Rallied 55% from 01-APR to 05-MAY. In regards to length, it was a Fibonacci 0.618% of wave-a and terminated just shy of the psychological $10,000 level.
—wave-d: ‘Sell In May And Go Away’: Declined 33% from 05-MAY to 24-JUN. In regards to length, wave-d equalled a Fibonacci 0.786% of wave-b.
—wave-e: The final leg of the triangle pattern, and the shortest, has been underway since 24-JUN. Should wave-e equal a Fibonacci 0.618% of wave-c, it would do so at around $7,958 (BITFINEX) —and converging trendlines of the triangle suggest by mid to late JUL. It is common for this final wave-e of a triangle to either undershoot or overshoot the converging trendlines of the triangle. However, this wave-e must terminate below wave-c for the overall triangle to remain valid; i.e. below the MAY high of $9,990 (BITFINEX). Summary of targets to complete the triangle (BITFINEX):
Textbook:
 @7873: wave-e retraces a Fibonacci 50% of wave-d @7958: wave-e equals a Fibonacci 0.618% of wave-c 
Overshoot:
 @8372: wave-e retraces a Fibonacci 61.8% of wave-d @8557: wave-e equals a Fibonacci 0.786% of wave-c @9084: wave-e retraces a Fibonacci 78.6% of wave-d 
Once the triangle completes, the second leg, and most devastating leg, of the cryptocurrency bear market is expected to resume with a breakout in volume and volatility —the crash redux. Taking out $7,330 may commence the second leg of the bear market, at which point signals time to exit all cryptocurrencies.
The Elliott Wave principle pinpoints the start of the ‘mania’ phase at $5,400 (BITFINEX) on 12-NOV-2017. At this level in time, price withdrew to create wave-4 as part of a 1-2-3-4-5 series of advancing waves:
https://i.imgur.com/5rD1eo2.png
From $5,400 to $19,891 manifests the steep parabolic price curve of the fifth and final wave. Therefore, taking out $5400 begins ‘capitulation’ of the earliest of public speculators and loyal hodlrs —amidst a volatile and instable marketplace surged in volume driven by margin calls, where mass media hysterics begin to peak reaffirming the ‘fear’ phase. Hence the psychological $6,000 has been guarded for the last +5 months since it marks support of the psychological USD$100 billion Bitcoin marketcap.
https://i.imgur.com/CmZqsZV.jpg
Initial expectation for the second leg bear market is towards $4,257 (BITFINEX) which marks a Fibonacci 78.6% retracement of the entire Bitcoin market which begins the ‘despair’ state of affairs; where reality of the bubble bursting only just is grasped as the 'blow-off' phase gains momentum.
From a political and socionomic standpoint, the following events termed as “FUD” may begin to unravel during the second leg of the bear market:
—Further laws/bans/restrictions upon cryptocurrencies invoked by countries/governments, calling for tighter regulation and fraud prevention: positive rulings, but perceived as negatives.
—Prolonged exchange outages preventing deposits/withdrawals and management of positions; including hacking and exploitation of security flaws.
—Exposure and collapse of further Ponzi schemes.
—Majority of Altcoins currently around US$2,000,000,000 market capitalization becoming extinct. Manipulated alt/BTC pairs at highest risk of collapse; see deadcoins.com
—Mergers & acquisitions of crypto companies, reduction of trading fees and margins/spreads, and launch of basket financial instruments (e.g. ETFs, index funds, etc), in the endeavour to revive and survive the market.
—Individual bankruptcies and suicides.
Based on historical manias, when a speculative asset bubble bursts, an approx 90%-95% collapse unravels in a period of 2 years:
—thebubblebubble.com/historic-crashes
—en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_stock_market_crashes_and_bear_markets
Chronicles of historical manias suggest the cryptocurrency bear market is likely to conclude by late 2019 or early 2020, with Bitcoin priced between $500 to $1,000.
It is musing to project whether or not Bitcoin survives the crash.
Commodities and currencies, and assets deemed as a store of value, unfold in A-B-C Elliott Waves in both bull and bear markets. Whereas assets such as stocks based on earnings unfold in 1-2-3-4-5 impulsive Elliott Waves in bull markets, and corrective A-B-C Elliott Waves in bear markets.
The wave characteristics of Bitcoin and the popular cryptocurrencies have unfolded in 1-2-3-4-5 impulsive Elliott Waves in bull markets, and corrective A-B-C Elliott Waves in bear markets.
Given the nature of wave characteristics, this suggests the behaviour of cryptocurrencies cannot be considered as a currency nor a commodity; and so therefore in their current state, shall never be adopted as robust mediums of exchange for goods and services or as a storage medium of value.
Quite possibly, a second generation of viable cryptocurrencies may emerge in post 2020. Either way, the days of speculative parabolic price curves in the cryptocurrency markets is over, and any hopes of a return to the all-time highs is foolish hodlr's fodder.
Elliott Wave speculative models indicative of price and structure, not time; i.e. the projections may occur sooner or later than anticipated; as follows:
—BTC (Weekly): https://i.imgur.com/hcT0S4a.png
—BTC (Daily): https://i.imgur.com/2CFdLqZ.png
—BTC (4-hr): https://i.imgur.com/yTaybkm.png
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Popping the Bitcoin Bubble: 5 reasons economists might be wrong

A CNBC survey this week found that 80% of Wall Street economists believe current Bitcoin prices are a bubble. Eight-zero percent. We can’t even get 4 out of 5 dentists to recommend flossing. Another Wall Street Journal study found 51 out of 53 economists surveyed thought bitcoin's price was an unsustainable bubble. Clearly, Bitcoin has a remarkable ability to bring the world’s economists together -- and just in time for Christmas! This news scares me a bit. I don’t want to be the guy buying up beach front investment property in Florida in 2007. Or Beanie Babbies in... well, pretty much ever. But there are at least 5 reasons I view these Bitcoin obituaries with skepticism.
1) Bitcoin threatens the role of traditional finance If I hopped in my time machine destined for 2010 and polled 53 taxi drivers I’m sure I wouldn’t find many bullish on Uber. I’d also be using a time machine for the stupidest purpose since Back to the Future 3. Most investment strategies are born out of financial institutions. These folks like being informed. Consider how far the Duke brothers went to obtain the 1983 orange crop forecast. Cryptocurrency is rooted in the tech community, not finance. I doubt many fund managers ever considered investing in Bitcoin, at least not until recently. If my only job was to invest money for other people and I missed the biggest investment opportunity of the century, I would probably be a bit bitter.
2) If everyone thinks its a bubble, is it really a bubble? The housing market in 2007 was a can’t-lose investment. Lie on your loan application. Scoop up a condo before the unit is finished being built Sell your condo several months later for 50% profit Everybody wins! Nobody seemed to think that housing demand could ever fall. Conversely, most people buying Bitcoin are very aware of some degree of risk. Corrections happen near weekly. And, clearly, the professionals have reached a consensus that Bitcoin is overvalued. I’m sure there are some Bitcoin investors who aren’t properly assessing the risk, like this idiot family that sold their home in October to buy in. But overall, people realize Bitcoin isn’t a sure-thing. -- Also, that idiot family just quadrupled their investment in 3 months.
3) People aren’t buying on credit As far as I’m aware, most credit card companies and loan agencies, aren’t going to throw cash at you to buy Bitcoin. In fact, all the exchanges I have worked with require direct bank transfers. The level of effort required to buy Bitcoin is unusually high. It may take someone several days to get verified and several more to fund their account. When you’re forced to think about your investment plans for a few days, you’ll likely make a more thoughtful decision. Both Bitcoin and handguns have a waiting period.
4) Coinbase is adding over 100,000 users a day A couple years ago I couldn’t talk about Bitcoin with anyone, because nobody knew (or cared) what the heck it was. Now, I can’t talk about Bitcoin with anyone because they are all tired of hearing about it! All of this brand awareness is driving a surge in demand. As any good Herbalife salesmen will tell you, “generating demand for your product is key... Now will you please please please buy $5,000 of milkshake mix?”
5) Bitcoin has been declared dead over 200 times BitcoinObituaries.com chronicles Bitcoin’s demise with an endless list of doomsday publications. As we’ve already established, economists really hate Bitcoin, and apparently publishers aren’t too fond of it either. Lots of people have claimed Bitcoin was a ponzi scheme, or unsustainable, or an alien plot to steal our mothers (Maybe that last one was just a movie.). But the blockchain keeps kicking, people keep investing, and publishers and economists keep being wrong. At this point it seems like a lot of writers are just too stubborn to admit that maybe they were wrong. Maybe a global decentralized currency does have a purpose. Maybe an asset can derive value from its users rather than a central authority. And maybe they can borrow my time-machine for a spin.
About The Author I'm just a silicon valley marketer who has invested, mined, and spent various cryptocurrencies for the past 6 years.
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In case you missed it: Major Crypto and Blockchain News from the week ending 12/14/2018

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Why Bitcoin’s ‘Culture War’ Matters

Why Bitcoin’s ‘Culture War’ Matters
https://preview.redd.it/e7xy9m8zj3231.png?width=1024&format=png&auto=webp&s=33d75751a8699b76c77cb6a8d702e230b6906343
Let’s talk about bitcoin, toxicity and inclusiveness.
(Boy, my Twitter feed is going to have fun over the next few days.)
To start with, let me take a position: I stand with those people, especially women, who’ve lately been calling out maltreatment from members of the bitcoin community and citing rude and abusive behavior as proof of that community’s lack of inclusiveness. These are people who believe in cryptocurrency technology’s potential but feel discouraged to believe that they belong to the community’s dominant white-male subculture. If this technology is to fulfill its global potential, the community associated with it must confront this problem.
But the real point of this column is not to just defend these critics. It’s to debunk one of the more common positions adopted by those who take issue with their complaints, particularly on Twitter. In doing so, I hope to emphasize just how important the concepts of “community” and “culture” are to the healthy development of crypto technology and the ecosystem growing around it.

Hammer culture?

The line that’s most often thrown back at those calling out incivility is that bitcoin is nothing more than a technology, a tool, and that it’s meaningless to attach to it value judgments relating to human behavior. Bitcoin is amoral, apolitical and a-cultural, the argument goes, and like any technology it is used by good and bad people alike.
These pundits, warning of a political correctness-based threat to free speech, will then advise the injured party to take issue directly with the bad actors but refrain from agitating for community-wide change.
A perfect example of the genre came from outspoken lawyer Preston Byrne.

Clever, yes. But it’s extremely unhelpful, because the examples given do not share equivalent terms of reference.
Byrne’s “hammer” refers solely to the steel implement that tradesmen use. By contrast, people complaining about “bitcoin” are clearly using the word in a much wider context than in merely a reference to the code, to the ones and zeros that comprise the bitcoin protocol. They are inherently talking about the wider ecosystem and community gathered around the idea of bitcoin.
So, let’s equalize the terms, shall we? We can turn each of these nouns into a modifier of the word “community.”
While it might sound silly to talk about a “hammer community,” there may well be groups of hammer-obsessed souls who debate questions of design and ease of use at meetups and in chat rooms. If so, I’m going to guess that that community would probably also be predominantly male.
But the real issue is that such a hammer community is going to be far less important to the future design and evolution of hammer technology than bitcoin’s community is to its. I’m no expert, but I don’t see a great deal of change in hammer technology having occurred over the centuries and I’m not sure people expect much in the future. As such, we don’t see much jockeying among users to ensure that proposals for hammer upgrades are implemented and standardized to their preferred design.
By contrast, the open-source technology behind bitcoin is in a constant state of evolution. It is, by definition, under development, which is why we talk about the engineers who work on it as “developers,” not “custodians.” As such, there is a constant battle of interests over who gets to modify the code. Exhibit A: the block-size debate.
Counter-arguing that those who don’t like the process can just fork the code, as the large-blockers did, and set up their own new community, doesn’t cut it for me. Bitcoin is the brand that matters. Any newcomer will struggle to achieve the same network effects. Secession just isn’t viable for anyone who likes its current design but doesn’t like how its future is being defined.
Also, is there a “hammer ecosystem?” Maybe. But beyond producers of nails, and perhaps steel and rubber or wood suppliers, you can hardly call it a complex ecosystem.
Bitcoin, by contrast, which purports to reinvent the global system of money, has attracted an inherently vast array of different technology providers, all of whom have competing interests in how it is designed, managed and marketed to the world. I’m not just talking about businesses applications built on top of it, but also the developers of related encryption, payment channel, smart contract and other vitally important technologies, all of which are themselves in a constant state of flux.
(I’m guessing that the exhibition halls at hammer conventions don’t have quite the same spread of offerings as cryptocurrency events such as Consensus.)
Saying that bitcoin is nothing but a tool, is like saying that music is nothing but a system for ordering different audible tones.

Money = community

When Paul Vigna and I wrote The Age of Cryptocurrency, we spent a lot of time chronicling the emergence of the community that had formed around bitcoin, which we saw as fundamental to its success. It struck us that the notion of a bitcoin community was so prominent — the “c” word was always being bandied about — because bitcoin embodied a profound and sweeping social idea. It offered nothing less than a reinvention of money, a revolution in the entire system for coordinating human value exchange.
Money only works to the extent that there is widespread belief in it, that people buy into its core myth. Money, Felix Martin says, is a social technology, by which he means that its functionality and usability depend far less on the physical qualities of the token that represents it than on the collective agreementamong large communities of people that their token captures, represents and communicates transferable value. This is true whether we’re talking about gold, dollar bills, entries in a bank account, or cryptocurrency.
By extension, then, for any form of money to succeed, it must sustain a vibrant, growing community.

Communities = culture

The thing about communities is that they inevitably develop cultures. In self-defining their boundaries of belonging, they develop shared ways of seeing and language — akin to a kind of social protocol – that regulate (in a very unofficial, and quite subconscious way) their members’ behavior.
As they evolve, cultures can become more or less open, more or less inclusive, more or less abrasive in their treatment of outsiders. And inevitably, these cultural features will either encourage or impede the growth of the community.
All this should hardly be a revelation. Anthropology, the study of culture, is a globally widespread and influential field (one that is now appropriately turning its attention to cryptocurrency communities.)
Studies of U.S. culture, from Alexis de Tocqueville down, have rightly pointed to the inclusiveness of the founding fathers’ ideas as a key driver of its economic expansion. In fact, American culture is arguably its most important ingredient for success, a social manifestation of Joseph Nye’s notion of the United States’ “soft power.”
So, yes, bitcoin culture really, really matters. If the compelling ideas behind permissionless, peer-to-peer exchange and censorship-resistant money that attract people of all stripes to it are to retain those people’s interest and grow in influence, the bitcoin community needs to evolve a more inclusive culture.
The only way to do that is to spur the kind of open debates that have always driven the progress of human culture — those which shifted norms and mores to the point that it became unacceptable to own slaves, to spit in public, or to jump a queue.
So, listen up, bitcoin. It’s time to confront your toxicity.
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[H] Entire Steam Gift Inventory [W] $250US worth Bitcoin or Skrill

Had some old game gifts and I figured I may as well cash out and dump the lot since I haven't really traded in ages.
Now selling off individual gifts instead of bulk sale - Looking for listed US$ value in bitcoin or skrill
Steam gifts include:
N.B.:
  1. Not going 1st. Account is clean and active and I have bucketloads of rep on multiple sites to back up my authenticity.
  2. Gifts will be sent via trade offer on confirmation of transaction completion.
  3. All transaction fees accrued will be paid by the buyer (better to buy multiple games at once - I can even do bulk pricing).
My info:
Steam Profile
SteamRep
SteamTrades
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Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency - YouTube (Bitcoin-Values) is big scam 3 Questions with Blockchain Pioneer Samantha Raodcchia Samantha Radocchia: A Blockchain-Enabled Future Bitcoin Real Value is Zero

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