@paul_btc You can't port the identity across instances, you can only port your following list(not your followers but the people you follow), you can also set a redirect to your new identity from your old.
This week's episode of RHR on @TFTC21 is now out: https://anchor.fm/tales-from-the-crypt/episodes/Rabbit-Hole-Recap-Week-of-9-10-2018-e26rbs
Uncensored, uncut, and slightly belligerent. @martybent & I call it like we see it.
Also available in your favorite podcast app by searching for 'tales from the crypt' and clicking that subscribe button.
Bitcoin Core 0.17.0 release candidate 3 available
For your convenience, here's all the links we discuss in this week's show:
This week's episode of Rabbit Hole Recap is now available: https://anchor.fm/tales-from-the-crypt/episodes/Rabbit-Hole-Recap-Week-of-9-3-2018-e25faf
Uncut & Uncensored. Just me, you, and @martybent sifting through this wild week of bitcoin.
-Emerging Market currency crises
-Iran give Bitcoin mining the go-ahead
-Ethereum FOMC meeting
-Casa's new plug and play all-in-one Bitcoin full node + Lightning node
-Discussions of a new Bitcoin testnet
(Available on all major podcast apps by searching 'tales from the crypt')
Watching eth stakeholders make every mistake bitcoiners have intentionally avoided is gold.
Provides clear context re: the value prop of bitcoin compared to altcoins. Now we have a perfect case study to point to when questioned whether bitcoin's current path forward is the best option:
-Move slow, and conservative.
-Prioritize censorship resistance and robustness.
-Scale using layers.
-Avoid hard forks at all cost.
-Don't fuck with supply schedule.
-Keep it simple, stupid.
Excited to announce a new weekly pod w/ @martybent. Plan is to record tuesdays and drop them on wednesdays.
It is complementary to his outstanding TFTC21 interviews and will live in the same feed. Basically a week-in-review style show w/ whiskey. Feedback is appreciated.
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@mydogisahusky 6 days
@chasevasic oh, same reason as you. Reduces mining centralization. Specifically bitmain has made some questionable anti-bitcoin moves.
There are a bunch of new well funded competitors entering the market. Hopefully bitmain will be the last entity to control 50%+ of hash rate. As mining hardware begins to plateau, incentives should benefit smaller more nimble mining ops.
Also looking forward to betterhash which should reduce the influence/control of major pool operators.
We've only seen their Q1 numbers, Q2 was most likely very bad for them.
-Large inventory of aging mining equipment
-Large bag of bitcoin cash they can't sell
-Continued bear market hurts prices of both
-Increasing competition in mining space
-IPO seems like a desperation move
Soup kitchen initiative in Venezuela accepting bitcoin donations. They support lightning as well. 👌
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