It's very disappointing to hear that Brave (the "privacy" browser) is going to be pushing their own advertising system.
I guess the only way to have a truly private experience is to fiddle around with Mozilla Firefox, or install either GNU IceCat or Tor browser.
I see a lot of bitcoiners supporting Gab. Don't. Gab are hypocrites.
For those who didn't know, things like Bitcoin exchanges and ATMs were long not possible to set up in Germany due to unviable licensing requirements, but recently there was a ruling that changed things, and it only took a few days for the first commercial ATM to pop up, and it's here in Munich.
At our last meetup we dared to look at projects for wider "blockchain" use cases again. We only do this once every few months. ;) https://twitter.com/bitcoinmuc/status/1054447085460865024
My personal verdict:
Yes uncensorable AI probably requires decentralization. But a used car meta-marketplace? Only if the technological costs to run this are lower than the regulatory.
Yes I also want the magical p2p-distributed stack with storage and computation that can do everything a centralized system can do, but will we ever be there?
Found an interesting spam/scam scheme today:
- Attacker posts their link that redirects to a legit news article
- Twitter resolves the redirect to news article
- Twitter hides link from Tweet and displays Twitter Card with news domain
- Attacker changes redirect to spam site
The Tweet now displays a legit looking Twitter Card with the news website domain, but actually goes to the scammer.
OG, Orga Bitcoin Munich Meetup; other interests include Functional Programming, p2p decentralized systems generally, music (mostly metal/post/prog)
A mastodon instance for Bitcoin Maximalists.
No scams, no shitcoin, no impersonation, no begging, and no illegal content.
Keep it civil and we should all survive :)