Leaving Coins

17 Dec 18
Diary of a Malcontent

  CHAPTER THREE SHUTTING THE TRAP     The cabin bounced and rocked as the tank climbed over small mountains of debris. Kellborn sat with his weapon in his lap, the muzzle turned to the floor. Zerilith occupied the seat to his right, she had her primary rifle stowed on her back. An obsidian dagger […]

17 Dec 18
Biased Sport Report

Amid constant calls for expanded playoffs and Group of 5 inclusion, this Biased Sports Reporter is here to cut through the BS with some cold hard truths. Here are my reasons an 8 team playoff is actually a terrible idea. (Check in later for some UCF hot takes) The Division 1 FBS system is a […]

17 Dec 18
Qu5.Wiki

ICOs have been transacting Ethereum (ETH) at breakneck speed, with over 400,000 ETH moving out of wallets in the past 30 days. Initial coin offerings (ICO) have been transacting Ethereum (ETH) at breakneck speed, with over 400,000 ETH moving out of wallets in the past 30 days alone, according to data from crypto assets data […]

17 Dec 18
CoinTube

[ad_1] ICOs have been transacting Ethereum (ETH) at breakneck speed, with over 400,000 ETH moving out of wallets in the past 30 days. Initial coin offerings (ICO) have been transacting Ethereum (ETH) at breakneck speed, with over 400,000 ETH moving out of wallets in the past 30 days alone, according to data from crypto assets […]

17 Dec 18

Brunhilde stood naked in front of the polished brass looking glass she had propped up against the bed. She actually had to ask to borrow Olana’s as she wasn’t normally one to own such frivolous things. She still felt a little strange, like wearing a costume made of flesh that clung to her insides. It […]

17 Dec 18
Artichoke Mafia

*Contains spoilers. Just skip down to the recipe if you haven’t seen season 4, episode 7* I had been awaiting season four, episode seven, Down the Rabbit Hole, for more than one reason. First, being excited to finally see Brianna in the past and meeting her extended family. Second, so that I could finally post […]

17 Dec 18
WadsWords

You’re a weirder movie than I thought, Gunga Din.  Cary Grant has star billing as Sgt. Cutter, one of a trio of British officers in the Indian subcontinent in the 1800s. Cutter and his colleagues, Sgts. MacChesney (Victor McLaglen) and Ballantine (Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.).  The group is a little unorthodox and prone to hijinks, but […]

17 Dec 18
Sylvan Tales

After having contemplated at length about which Himalayan trek to choose, I decided on the Har Ki Dun Trek with Indiahikes. Since their usual batch size consisted of about 25 people, I, being slightly introverted, was skeptical. But boy, was I wrong! It turned out to be everything I had dreamed of… and more! I’m […]

17 Dec 18
Grayson Place

People would say that my life was amazing, but they just only see the cover of a very complex book. Of course, being the heir to a top oil company has a lot of advantages. At just 20 years old, I had the opportunity to seen most of the world, have eaten in some of […]

17 Dec 18
NewEconomies.com

Before me, Nick Tomaino discerned cryptoeconomics 101 as the study of economic interaction in adversarial environments. This article will try to venture little deeper into the economics of cryptography. — The speculative market valuation of cryptoassets must factor behavioral economics and game theory to find the crypto market demand signals from the past years of crypto financial data. I […]

17 Dec 18
A. Tomalin On Tour

‘Sleigh bells ring, are you listening, in the lane, snow is glistening a beautiful sight we’re happy tonight, walking in a winter wonderland’. Well, in reality, this couldn’t be any further from the South African Christmas that I’m about to experience. ‘Heat waves, thunder storms, proper BBQ’s (called Braai’s over here) and everyone leaving Jo’burg […]

17 Dec 18
The Passing Place

Randolph ‘bloody’ Carter, where have I read that name before… Or more to the point where will I read it again.. Way back in the dim dark days of February 2017, when the Lovecraftian parts of this blog were still just blooming, the 14th post is this increasingly disparate series was ‘The Statement of Randolph […]

17 Dec 18
Stocks Hours

While cryptocurrency has only recently become a popular term in finance, it has been around for a long time. Before names like Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin even existed, there were attempts to create a decentralized currency. David Chaum, a respected cryptographer, launched ECash, an anonymous system in the 1990s but it failed. Chaum built the system on currently existing […]

17 Dec 18
Shtetl-Optimized

[By prior agreement, this post will be cross-posted on Microsoft’s Q# blog, even though it has nothing to do with the Q# programming language.  It does, however, contain many examples that might be fun to implement in Q#!] Why should Nature have been quantum-mechanical?  It’s totally unclear what would count as an answer to such […]

17 Dec 18
Stocks Hours

What Is SALT Lending? SALT lending is a platform that provides Blockchain-Backed Loans. SALT (Secured Automated Lending Platform) enables you to put up your crypto as collateral in exchange for a cash loan. This strategy is ideal if you need to pay-off an unexpected expense or want to make a big purchase without having to sell-off […]

17 Dec 18
Security Boulevard

A Proven Record Tracking Cybersecurity Trends This time of the year is always exciting for us, as we get to take a step back, analyze how we did throughout the year, and look ahead at what the coming year will bring. Taking full advantage of our team’s expertise in data and application security, and mining […]

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17 Dec 18
Chapel of Hope Stories

Dear Reader: I should have remembered yesterday that the pink candle of Advent (representing joy) would be lit. What a fitting day to return to church and be filled with joy at seeing friends, whom, I haven’t seen in months! The music was beautiful and the familiar readings comforting. I was infused with that quiet kind […]