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Was wondering if we had any interest in a Chicago bitcoin meetup? I really don't know of ANYONE who even really knows what bitcoin is and I'd love to talk about it with people who don't think I'm crazy.
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My Bitcoin debit card arrived in the mail today... loaded it up & ready to spend!

Signed up at Bitcoin 2013 conference with eCardOne. Arrived via Royal Mail to the United States today. Loaded 0.25BTC onto the card, which was converted to $29.86 USD at time of deposit. After 1 confirmation, USD balance appears to be ready to spend.
I plan to use it for dinner before tomorrow's Chicago Bitcoin Meetup. Anyone else received theirs and actually used it?
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5 AntMiner S1's for my home mining rig?

Sometime mid next week (Jan 19-21) I should have ~$5,000-6,000 in PayPal. I am looking to buy 5 S1's direct from BitMain.
I've got a few questions/concerns however.
The biggest concern right now is being able to buy $5,000 of bitcoin, using PayPal. I'm 16, so withdrawing all that money to my student checking account is a no-go. My mom also doesn't want to give PayPal her tax ID, and credit card so she has unlimited withdrawing capabilities. I plan on asking around the Chicago Bitcoin Meetup if anyone there would be able to sell me that much Bitcoin, and for PayPal or something along those lines.
After I get the bitcoins, and the S1's delivered, any advice on keeping them cool, and clean? They'll probably go in my basement, and I'm thinking about some kind of horizontal rack, and cooling system. I'd like to overclock them to 208 gh/s. One of my friends has built a LN2 creator before, and was talking to me about possibly doing this for all my BTC miners, so we could further overclock them, increasing profitability.
I'd expect some kind of decent ROI with this setup, and yes current profiribility calculators will probably tell you I won't make much, but I'm gonna go out on a limb and assume Bitcoins will be at, or over $1,000 a pop by SeptembeOctober of 2014.
I also plan on using Coinwarz and mine the most profitable coin each day, and sell via cryptsy. I'll also just save some bitcoins for the future.
What kind of PSU's should I get for 5 of these bad-boys? Would 2 1050w PSU's and then another 700w one be alright?
My friend, who bought an Avalon Asic Batch 2 last year for ~$1,500 made a great ROI, and he is doing the same exact thing I am with this project. Except that he might end up with 10 S1's, while I'll have 5 of them.
If anyone has any advice for me, I'd love to hear it. I've been following Bitcoin very heavily sense I first herd about it in 2008 (It was only $2 a pop when I just went on #otc) but this will be my very first mining rig of my own. I've mined of my GPU/CPU using various coins, along with my usb asic, but this will be a large project/rig.
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Pay with Bitcoin at Atlas Brewing Co. on Tuesday March 11th!

Meetup.com: http://www.meetup.com/The-Chicago-Bitcoin-Meetup/events/169821322/
Atlas Brewing Company will once again be accepting payment in Bitcoin on Tuesday, March 11th! The event begins at 6:30pm.
Yes, that is this upcoming Tuesday! Payments will be processed by Chicago Mint.
Remember, by spending Bitcoin at local businesses, you are helping our community by encouraging ALL businesses in Chicago to take a serious look at Bitcoin payments.
And for those of you who are new to the group, or just didn't take notice last time, Atlas is connected to the Seven Ten Lounge. That's right, we may be able to do some "Bowling for Bitcoin."
I hope to see you there!
-Jonathan
@chicagomint
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#ChicagoBitcoinNights resumes at Atlas Brewery on Tuesday, March 11th!

Meetup.com: http://www.meetup.com/The-Chicago-Bitcoin-Meetup/events/169821322/
Atlas Brewing Company will once again be accepting payment in Bitcoin on Tuesday, March 11th!
Yes, that is this upcoming Tuesday! Payments will be processed by Chicago Mint.
Remember, by spending Bitcoin at local businesses, you are helping our community by encouraging ALL businesses in Chicago to take a serious look at Bitcoin payments.
And for those of you who are new to the group, or just didn't take notice last time, Atlas is connected to the Seven Ten Lounge. That's right, we may be able to do some "Bowling for Bitcoin."
I hope to see you there!
-Jonathan @chicagomint
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Chicago Bitcoin SV Meetup

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Bitcoin Cash Chicago Meetup Highlight Video

Bitcoin Cash Chicago Meetup Highlight Video submitted by kurtwuckertjr to btc [link] [comments]

Anyone in Chicago want to start a Bitcoin Cash meetup?

PM me if you would like to start a Bitcoin Cash meetup in Chicago.
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What is Bitcoin and Blockchain?! Meetup in Chicago.

What is Bitcoin and Blockchain?! Meetup in Chicago. submitted by bvadams1835 to cryptovideos [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Cash Chicago Meetup Highlight Video

Bitcoin Cash Chicago Meetup Highlight Video submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Cash Chicago Meetup Highlight Video

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Just left "The Internet of Money, 5 Years Later" Bitcoin meetup in Chicago with Andreas Antonopoulos /r/btc

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Anyone in Chicago want to start a Bitcoin Cash meetup? /r/btc

Anyone in Chicago want to start a Bitcoin Cash meetup? /btc submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: We're having a meetup related to Bitcoin and Blockchain projects tomorrow /r/chicago

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: We're having a meetup related to Bitcoin and Blockchain projects tomorrow /chicago submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Crashed Again. Reaches $2150 - South Korean Government to Auction Off 216 $BTC - Government Supports the Launch of New Chicago Blockchain Center - Ethereum London Meetup - #ETHLDN

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DIY Bitcoin Security 101 Video from Chicago Bitcoin & Open Blockchain Meetup - June 25, 2016.

DIY Bitcoin Security 101 Video from Chicago Bitcoin & Open Blockchain Meetup - June 25, 2016. submitted by pamelawjd to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

DIY Bitcoin Security 101 Video from Chicago Bitcoin & Open Blockchain Meetup - June 25, 2016.

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IOTA and Tangle discussion/info, scam or not?

In the past weeks I heard a lot pros and cons about IOTA, many of them I believe were not true (I'll explain better). I would like to start a serious discussion about IOTA and help people to get into it. Before that I'll contribute with what I know, most things that I will say will have a source link providing some base content.
 
The pros and cons that I heard a lot is listed below, I'll discuss the items marked with *.
Pros
Cons
 

Scalability

Many users claim that the network infinitely scales, that with more transactions on the network the faster it gets. This is not entirely true, that's why we are seeing the network getting congested (pending transactions) at the moment (12/2017).
The network is composed by full-nodes (stores all transactions), each full-node is capable of sending transactions direct to the tangle. An arbitrary user can set a light-node (do not store all transactions, therefore a reduced size), but as it does not stores all transactions and can't decide if there are conflicting transactions (and other stuff) it needs to connect to a full-node (bitifinex node for example) and then request for the full-node to send a transaction to the tangle. The full-node acts like a bridge for a light-node user, the quantity of transactions at the same time that a full-node can push to the tangle is limited by its brandwidth.
What happens at the moment is that there are few full-nodes, but more important than that is: the majority of users are connected to the same full-node basically. The full-node which is being used can't handle all the requested transactions by the light-nodes because of its brandwidth. If you are a light-node user and is experiencing slow transactions you need to manually select other node to get a better performance. Also, you need to verify that the minimum weight magnitude (difficulty of the Hashcash Proof of Work) is set to 14 at least.
The network seems to be fine and it scales, but the steps an user has to make/know are not friendly-user at all. It's necessary to understand that the technology envolved is relative new and still in early development. Do not buy iota if you haven't read about the technology, there is a high chance of you losing your tokens because of various reasons and it will be your own fault. You can learn more about how IOTA works here.
There are some upcoming solutions that will bring the user-experience to a new level, The UCL Wallet (expected to be released at this month, will talk about that soon and how it will help the network) and the Nelson CarrIOTA (this week) besides the official implementations to come in december.
 

Centralization

We all know that currently (2017) IOTA depends on the coordinator because the network is still in its infancy and because of that it is considered centralized by the majority of users.
The coordinator are several full-nodes scattered across the world run by the IOTA foundation. It creates periodic Milestones (zero value transactions which reference valid transactions) which are validated by the entire network. The coordinator sets the general direction for the tangle growth. Every node verifies that the coordinator is not breaking consensus rules by creating iotas out of thin air or approving double-spendings, nodes only tells other nodes about transactions that are valid, if the Coordinator starts issuing bad Milestones, nodes will reject them.
The coordinator is optional since summer 2017, you can choose not implement it in your full-node, any talented programmer could replace Coo logic in IRI with Random Walk Monte Carlo logic and go without its milestones right now. A new kind of distributed coordinator is about to come and then, for the last, its completely removal. You can read more about the coordinator here and here.

Mining-Blockchain-based Cryptocurrencies

These are blockchain-based cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin) that has miners to guarantee its security. Satoshi Nakamoto states several times in the Bitcoin whitepaper that "The system is secure as long as honest nodes collectively control more CPU power than any cooperating group of attacker nodes". We can see in Blockchain.info that nowadays half of the total hashpower in Bitcoin is controlled by 3 companies (maybe only 1 in the future?). Users must trust that these companies will behave honestly and will not use its 50%> hashpower to attack the network eventually. With all that said it's reasonable to consider the IOTA network more decentralized (even with the coordinator) than any mining-blockchain-based cryptocurrency
You can see a comparison between DAG cryptocurrencies here
 

IOTA partnerships

Some partnerships of IOTA foundation with big companies were well known even when they were not officialy published. Some few examples of confirmed partnerships are listed below, others cofirmed partnerships can be seem in the link Partnerships with big companies at the pros section.
So what's up with all alarming in social media about IOTA Foundation faking partnerships with big companies like Microsoft and Cisco?
At Nov. 28th IOTA Foundation announced the Data Marketplace with 30+ companies participating. Basically it's a place for any entity sell data (huge applications, therefore many companies interested), at time of writing (11/12/2017) there is no API for common users, only companies in touch with IOTA Foundation can test it.
A quote from Omkar Naik (Microsoft worker) depicted on the Data Marketplace blog post gave an idea that Microsoft was in a direct partnership with IOTA. Several news websites started writing headlines "Microsoft and IOTA launches" (The same news site claimed latter that IOTA lied about partnership with Microsoft) when instead Microsoft was just one of the many participants of the Data Marketplace. Even though it's not a direct partnership, IOTA and Microsoft are in close touch as seen in IOTA Microsoft and Bosch meetup december 12th, Microsoft IOTA meetup in Paris 14th and Microsoft Azure adds 5 new Blockchain partners (may 2016). If you join the IOTA Slack channel you'll find out that there are many others big companies in close touch with IOTA like BMW, Tesla and other companies. This means that right now there are devs of IOTA working directly with scientists of these companies to help them integrate IOTA on their developments even though there is no direct partnership published, I'll talk more about the use cases soon.
We are excited to partner with IOTA foundation and proud to be associated with its new data marketplace initiative... - Omkar Naik
 

IOTA's use cases

Every cryptocurrency is capable of being a way to exchange goods, you pay for something using the coin token and receive the product. Some of them are more popular or have faster transactions or anonymity while others offers better scalablity or user-friendness. But none of them (except IOTA) are capable of transactioning information with no costs (fee-less transactions), in an securely form (MAM) and being sure that the network will not be harmed when it gets more adopted (scales). These characteristics open the gates for several real world applications, you probably might have heard of Big Data and how data is so important nowadays.
Data sets grow rapidly - in part because they are increasingly gathered by cheap and numerous information-sensing Internet of things devices such as mobile devices, aerial (remote sensing), software logs, cameras, microphones, radio-frequency identification (RFID) readers and wireless sensor networks.
 
It’s just the beginning of the data period. Data is going to be so important for human life in the future. So we are now just starting. We are a big data company, but compared to tomorrow, we are nothing. - Jack Ma (Alibaba)
There are enormous quantities of wasted data, often over 99% is lost to the void, that could potentially contain extremely valuable information if allowed to flow freely in data streams that create an open and decentralized data lake that is accessible to any compensating party. Some of the biggest corporations of the world are purely digital like Google, Facebook and Amazon. Data/information market will be huge in the future and that's why there so many companies interested in what IOTA can offer.
There are several real world use cases being developed at the moment, many of them if successful will revolutionize the world. You can check below a list of some of them.
Extra
These are just few examples, there are a lot more ongoing and to explore.
 

IOTA Wallet (v2.5.4 below)

For those who have read a lot about IOTA and know how it works the wallet is fine, but that's not the case for most users. Issues an user might face if decide to use the current wallet:
Problems that could be easily avoided with a better understand of the network/wallet or with a better wallet that could handle these issues. As I explained before, some problems during the "congestion" of the network could be simply resolved if stuff were more user-friendly, this causes many users storing their iotas on exchanges which is not safe either.
The upcoming (dec 2017) UCL Wallet will solve most of these problems. It will switch between nodes automatically and auto-reattach transactions for example (besides other things). You can have full a overview of it here and here. Also, the upcoming Nelson CarrIOTA will help on automatic peer discovery for users setup their nodes more easily.
 

IOTA Vulnerability issue

On sept 7th 2017 a team from MIT reported a cryptographic issue on the hash function Curl. You can see the full response of IOTA members below.
Funds were never in danger as such scenarios depicted on the Neha's blogpost were not pratically possible and the arguments used on the blogpost had'nt fundamentals, all the history you can check by yourself on the responses. Later it was discovered that the whole Neha Narula's team were envolved in other concurrent cryptocurrency projects
Currently IOTA uses the relatively hardware intensive NIST standard SHA-3/Keccak for crucial operations for maximal security. Curl is continuously being audited by more cryptographers and security experts. Recenlty IOTA Foundation hired Cybercrypt, the world leading lightweight cryptography and security company from Denmark to take the Curl cryptography to its next maturation phase.
 
It took me a couple of days to gather the informations presented, I wanted it to make easier for people who want to get into it. It might probably have some mistakes so please correct me if I said something wrong. Here are some useful links for the community.
This is my IOTA donation address, in case someone wants to donate I will be very thankful. I truly believe in this project's potential.
I9YGQVMWDYZBLHGKMTLBTAFBIQHGLYGSAGLJEZIV9OKWZSHIYRDSDPQQLTIEQEUSYZWUGGFHGQJLVYKOBWAYPTTGCX
 
This is a donation address, if you want to do the same you might pay attention to some important details:
  • Create a seed for only donation purposes.
  • Generate a address and publish it for everyone.
  • If you spend any iota you must attach a new address to the tangle and refresh your donation address published before to everyone.
  • If someone sends iota to your previous donation address after you have spent from it you will probably lose the funds that were sent to that specific address.
  • You can visualize how addresses work in IOTA here and here.
This happens because IOTA uses Winternitz one-time signature to become quantum resistent. Every time you spend iota from a address, part of the private key of that specific address is revealed. This makes easier for attackers to steal that address balance. Attackers can search if an address has been reused on the tangle explorer and try to brute force the private key since they already know part of it.
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Subreddit Stats: Drama top posts from 2018-08-11 to 2019-08-10 20:29 PDT

Period: 364.37 days
Submissions Comments
Total 993 175972
Rate (per day) 2.73 479.44
Unique Redditors 502 14271
Combined Score 524087 3258754

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 9206 points, 13 submissions: Kellere31
    1. Smug post 3000: Magathots (1474 points, 98 comments)
    2. Smug post 13 😍Pibbls😍 (1302 points, 246 comments)
    3. Centrist smugpost 4 (1170 points, 187 comments)
    4. Smug post 15: conservative edition (802 points, 151 comments)
    5. Drama meta smug post 6 (676 points, 406 comments)
    6. Smug post 10 BasicallyADoctor fan edition (642 points, 63 comments)
    7. By the way I am totally an Anarchist sweaty! (574 points, 72 comments)
    8. In response to recent (((migration))) on this sub. (548 points, 49 comments)
    9. Smug post 8. The reminder that this applies to Magatards too. (502 points, 175 comments)
    10. Centrist smug post 9: shitty reddit humor (432 points, 97 comments)
  2. 8910 points, 2 submissions: Barrack-HusseinObama
    1. Rotten Tomatoes pulls “Want to see” percentage score from site after Captain Marvel interest dips below 25%. (8615 points, 1865 comments)
    2. Jeffrey Epstein Found Injured in NYC Jail Cell After Possible Suicide Attempt (295 points, 156 comments)
  3. 5735 points, 9 submissions: rsrfy
    1. >powermods (1746 points, 153 comments)
    2. look how they massacred my boy (974 points, 122 comments)
    3. never forget the innocence the fugees took from us (545 points, 56 comments)
    4. Ben Garrison puts down the syringe long enough to make his holiday gift guide (507 points, 205 comments)
    5. mfw centroid jannie (484 points, 26 comments)
    6. Shitting on your floor to own Drumpf (405 points, 230 comments)
    7. new Lawlz sticky? lemme save you a click (375 points, 71 comments)
    8. the real weapon they don't want you to have (361 points, 61 comments)
    9. had to do it to em (338 points, 31 comments)
  4. 4701 points, 11 submissions: BIknkbtKitNwniS
    1. Vice: Not believing in astrology is toxic masculinity. "Women and queer people are drawn to astrology because it offers community and refuge. In a heterosexual patriarchy, cis-het men arguably have less to seek refuge from" (603 points, 222 comments)
    2. Is Poland /ourcountry/ ? (515 points, 177 comments)
    3. Imagine being so unbearable that being replaced by a plastic doll is a real concern for you. (486 points, 442 comments)
    4. When rightoids call leftoids NPCs and vice versa (484 points, 143 comments)
    5. They targeted readers. Readers. (449 points, 302 comments)
    6. Obama isn't woke because he attended McCain's funeral instead of Aretha Franklin's because all black people are friends or something. (441 points, 98 comments)
    7. Bernie Sanders can't contain his (((inner Jew))) when he's asked about his favourite book. (400 points, 171 comments)
    8. The left really can't meme (394 points, 232 comments)
    9. Menslibber can't handle playful flirting from half naked Halloween thots. "I feel sexually harassed". (352 points, 275 comments)
    10. WatchRedditDies is literally filing a lawsuit against blackpeopletwitter for not letting mayos post lmao (293 points, 184 comments)
  5. 4569 points, 11 submissions: Ghdust2
    1. Another male feminist gets accused of sexual assault. The kicker? he was the founder of Study of Men and Masculinities at Stony Brook. The university that was recommended to braincels after the quarantine. (653 points, 283 comments)
    2. Brie “All Mayos Need To Get K.O.” Larson gets angry at Thor for comparing her to Tom Cruise. (501 points, 360 comments)
    3. Imagine being this upset at a capehsit movie. (427 points, 214 comments)
    4. This is certifiably the worst thing Ben “The Fentanyl Man” Garrison has drawn. (415 points, 93 comments)
    5. So he totally jerks it to this, right? (411 points, 61 comments)
    6. Ben “Gotta Gas Em All” Garrison shares his thoughts on the Jessie Smollett controversy. (401 points, 66 comments)
    7. Mod of liberal_irl goes on a pinging spree. (400 points, 184 comments)
    8. Horseshoe theory proven right yet again as Chapo celebrates terrorist attacks on Jews. (376 points, 275 comments)
    9. ScarJo says actors should be allowed to do their jobs, the femcels over at gamerghazi react with terror. (344 points, 97 comments)
    10. The soyboys of menslib discuss how the thought of physical strength makes them uncomfortable. (334 points, 150 comments)
  6. 4390 points, 3 submissions: GeauxHouston22
    1. this is literally every one of you dweebs (2098 points, 191 comments)
    2. Jussie Smollett up for NAACP Award and I'm now fully convinced that our lizard overlords monitor this subreddit and manipulate reality to benefit it (1303 points, 335 comments)
    3. a tale as old as time (989 points, 189 comments)
  7. 4113 points, 7 submissions: Oh_hamburgers_
    1. T_D sent 3 tons of salt to the CNN headquarters (1760 points, 735 comments)
    2. Had fun at the meetup today drama, thanks for coming (571 points, 207 comments)
    3. Woke Twitter erupts into hysterics when a Jewish Mexican casually rests her arm during the Kavanaugh hearings (401 points, 345 comments)
    4. oh jeez (360 points, 296 comments)
    5. Blackfellas struggle to cope with the "white supremacist shooter" narrative getting BLACKED (359 points, 87 comments)
    6. Bitcoin boys may be out nearly $200m after boomer forgets to write down password and then dies (343 points, 145 comments)
    7. 300lb braphog crackhead crushes her 120lb crackhead manlet to death with a yokozuna finishing move (319 points, 92 comments)
  8. 4084 points, 8 submissions: dootwthesickness_II
    1. This image makes the CAfugees cry (864 points, 151 comments)
    2. The great CAnimal purge does NOT mean that Chapocels are welcome here. Defend /Drama's sovereignty. Post things that upset them. (756 points, 300 comments)
    3. In light of the recent spergfest involving /butchlesbians, let's remember to keep ourselves safe (550 points, 146 comments)
    4. /pol/ baits a new hook. Will the blue checkmarks bite again? (514 points, 111 comments)
    5. “Russians have changed tactics to try to drive a wedge between feminists and Muslims. You will be seeing a lot of these contentious posts on the front page for the coming year.” (431 points, 282 comments)
    6. "I am NOT an incel! I'm just involuntarily unable to get laid!" t. /ChapoTraphouse (331 points, 159 comments)
    7. Art museum discovers that museumgoers want to see art, not blank spaces on the walls that "encourage thought about how women's bodies are shown." (326 points, 187 comments)
    8. Build a wall and make /conservative pay for it (312 points, 137 comments)
  9. 4035 points, 9 submissions: Strictlybutters
    1. YEpost: 🌊 Drama’s Patron Saint wears a MAGA hat and Colin Kaepernick t shirt while reading quotations from chairman Mao (832 points, 132 comments)
    2. Kanye announces his yexit from the right (470 points, 213 comments)
    3. Zyklon Ben’s latest fentanyl laced fever dream (466 points, 157 comments)
    4. When I said that Hillary Clinton got schlonged by Obama, it meant got beaten badly. The media knows this. Often used word in politics! (460 points, 97 comments)
    5. GQ writer can’t believe people have the audacity to wish her a Merry Christmas and likens it to being told as a female to smile more😤😤 (439 points, 145 comments)
    6. Strong 💪 big boy 👦 president DESTROYS small soychild libshit with facts and logic! (408 points, 138 comments)
    7. Chris Pratt fills his closet with 🇺🇸 🐍tee shirts 🐍 🇺🇸from goodwill like a poor🤢🤢🤮🤮 and therefore as logic obviously dictates is white supremacist trash and is from here on out CANCELLED! (343 points, 293 comments)
    8. Are female AI voices causing toxic masculinity or is this the most retarded hot take ever (319 points, 81 comments)
    9. Broke people are usually very low class, have extremely bad manners, have zero etiquette and no class at all whatsoever. THREAD (298 points, 93 comments)
  10. 3998 points, 9 submissions: Coonass_alt
    1. Jussie literally walked out of his apartment to go stage the hate crime with the noose ALREADY around his neck. His own apartment cameras captured it. (672 points, 136 comments)
    2. the NYT finally breaks the bad news that most people actually got a tax cut from blumpf and /politics is SEETHING. Currently 18% upvoted. (554 points, 360 comments)
    3. How much C O P E does it take to make a graph like this? Found in /datingoverthirty (547 points, 224 comments)
    4. Scientists say that drinking alcohol during pregnancy is unsafe. /Science white-knights melt the fuck down. (442 points, 222 comments)
    5. Multiple people have tried to remove references to Epstien's Jewish heritage from his Wikipedia article today, fight between people who want to keep that information there and those who want to scrub it. (384 points, 221 comments)
    6. College calls the police, sends out campus wide e-mails, after cartoon frog is posted on bulletin board (379 points, 181 comments)
    7. For the second day in a row, literally the top 50 posts on reddit.com were removed by mods. SMH y'all really can't behave. Be better. (363 points, 59 comments)
    8. Teens attack random people in Philadelphia (352 points, 293 comments)
    9. Reddit Gamers get scammed by marketing and overhype for like the 10th time in the past 3 years and now the subreddit for the newest pile of shit is in open revolt. Remember these retards fell for an EA game. (305 points, 142 comments)

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  3. AnnoysTheGoys (16293 points, 642 comments)
  4. Starship_Litterbox_C (16083 points, 492 comments)
  5. BIknkbtKitNwniS (15442 points, 152 comments)
  6. snallygaster (15259 points, 699 comments)
  7. The_Reason_Trump_Won (15096 points, 124 comments)
  8. Tzar-Romulus (14084 points, 578 comments)
  9. Corporal-Hicks (13887 points, 360 comments)
  10. TaysSecondGussy (13505 points, 430 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. Rotten Tomatoes pulls “Want to see” percentage score from site after Captain Marvel interest dips below 25%. by Barrack-HusseinObama (8615 points, 1865 comments)
  2. SEETHING white femcel by deleted (4884 points, 983 comments)
  3. Gillette made an ad telling their customers that they are sexist pieces of shit. by deleted (4867 points, 2995 comments)
  4. A New Zealander literally said "Subscribe to PewDiePie" before shooting up a mosque by ObsessiveMuso (3968 points, 2093 comments)
  5. Unstoppable force meets immovable object by Mat_The_49th (2944 points, 544 comments)
  6. The_Donald just got quarantined by EddingtonDidNothingW (2280 points, 927 comments)
  7. this is literally every one of you dweebs by GeauxHouston22 (2098 points, 191 comments)
  8. drama by DannedFromBrama (2006 points, 96 comments)
  9. Thots on suicide watch as it turns out they have to pay taxes too by deleted (1948 points, 772 comments)
  10. You’re welcome by deleted (1784 points, 190 comments)

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Chicago Bitcoin Developers has been created

Chicago Bitcoin Developer meetup link aggregator
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Ditto's bi-weekly update - September 27, 2019

Original post by Liz Bagot on Decred's Matrix Channel
It’s been a busy and exciting couple of weeks, so there’s a lot to share in Ditto’s bi-weekly update today

What we’ve been up to the past 2 weeks

What we’re doing in the next 2 weeks
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Ditto bi-weekly update - September 13, 2019

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It's the moment you've all been waiting for: Ditto's bi-weekly update!

What we’ve been up to the past 2 weeks








What we’re doing in the next 2 weeks






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Illinois Blockchain Initiative, Jennifer O'Rourke at Chicago BOB Meetup (1) Open Bazaar Presentation - Bitcoin and Open Blockchain Meetup Chicago Bitcoin and Open Blockchain Meetup Chicago June 4 2016 part 1 Brooke Royse-Mallers - YouTube

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Illinois Blockchain Initiative, Jennifer O'Rourke at Chicago BOB Meetup (1)

Presentation by Jennifer O'Rourke at the Chicago Bitcoin and Open Blockchain Meetup, 15 April 2017 (part 1) Meetup business at first. Presentation starts at ... [part 1] Our Bitcoin and Open Blockchain monthly workshop featured Conrad Barski's (@lisperati) presentation on Ethereum 101 and the DAO Project. [Link to pa... The Bitcoin and Open Blockchain Meetup in Chicago 4/30/2016 featured a presentation and demo of Open Bazaar--the new P2P online global marketplace--by Hannah Rosenberg @hmichellerose. The Bitcoin and Open Blockchain Meetup in Chicago 4/30/2016 featured a presentation and demo of Open Bazaar--the new P2P online global marketplace--by Hannah Rosenberg @hmichellerose. Meetup ... Bringing Bitcoin to the South Side of Chicago Thank you for watching! In this episode, I chat with the organizors of the South Side Blockchain meetup Darren Heard, LaTaevia Berry and Ron Daniels.

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