I listened to a clubhouse debate about real estate and it seems obvious to me that real estate goes toward zero because you can make more and repurpose existing uses. But tangible collectibles have a fixed supply... so the q becomes how much of the interest in them is monetary premium vs other reasons yeah? People collected rare stuff during the gold standard I assume?
Could help build tools similar to electrum's bip39 recovery: https://github.com/spesmilo/electrum/blob/15a77e2f47eec8665377fb6431da237a660b16e3/electrum/bip39_recovery.py
There are two main pieces of work:
1. making walletsrecovery.org a jekyll site that builds from yaml or json files
2. converting all the existing info into yaml or json files
playing around with a GUI wallet in Rust using BDK (Bitcoin Dev Kit) https://www.twitch.tv/futurepaul
(I seriously understand nothing about stocks)
these diffs make me sick to my stomach https://github.com/bitcoin-core/bitcoincore.org/pull/740/files
Also, once you solve DNS you still have a problem with IP addresses being centralized, yes?
I don't know why, but I really enjoy reading nocoiner / precoiner HN comments on Bitcoin. A special blend of ignorance and confidence. It's a very similar to any discussion on HN, but because I know more about Bitcoin than most topics I understand the shape of the bullshit more easily. https://hackerdaily.io/25814995/comments
Wrote this last year, feels very true this year. Only regret is not really acting on it until now: https://pauljmiller.com/posts/speech.html
Jesus and Bitcoin
Bitcoin Maston Instance