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The Bear Case For XRP: Bitcoin Futures Edition
A crypto hedge fund manager presents the bear case for XRP in light of the recent launch of Bitcoin futures on the CBOE and CME.
ripple  cryptocurrency  global  value  bank  analysis  money  prediction  article 
2 days ago by orlin
Best Altcoin Exchanges, Tried and True
Where to trade altcoins? Which exchanges are liquid, which have issues and which look like exit scam? Updated for 2017/2018
altcoin  exchange  trading  reference  tips  article  crypto  resource 
10 weeks ago by orlin
The Path to the Token Economy – Radar Relay – Medium
You’ve probably heard quite a bit about the Token Economy, but what is it and how do we get there? No one, including Radar, has a crystal ball. This article adds to the excellent exploration begun by…
token  tokens  economy  resource  article 
10 weeks ago by orlin
Scaling Ethereum to Billions of Users – Fred Ehrsam – Medium
Tokens are selling at valuations which imply they’ll have millions of users. But can the blockchain support it? If not, how far away are we? 2. Scalability of these components. I think this will be…
ethereum  scale  performance  article  blockchain 
10 weeks ago by orlin
Ethereum "Gas" - How it Works — Steemit
Purpose Understanding how gas works is crucial for Ethereum users interested in participating in ICOs , using… by tomshwom
ethereum  gas  article 
11 weeks ago by orlin
Understanding Gas Limit/Price: Ethereum — Steemit
What is Gas? If your transaction shows "Out of Gas", try doubling the gas limit you sent with before, or manually… by kryptokayden
ethereum  gas  article 
11 weeks ago by orlin
The Incredible Shrinking Mercury is Active After All | NASA
It’s small, it’s hot, and it’s shrinking. Surprising new NASA-funded research suggests that Mercury is contracting even today, joining Earth as a tectonically active planet.
mercury  planet  nasa  article 
12 weeks ago by orlin
Urbit and the Not-So-Dark Future of the Internet – Isaac Simpson – Medium
The internet is ostensibly a happiness engine. Studies prove that connection makes humans happy, perhaps happier than anything else, and the internet, at its core, is a connection machine. Yet…
urbit  article 
october 2017 by orlin
Blockchain Is a New Model That Makes the Existing Model Obsolete
Some say it’s the biggest innovation in finance since the invention of double-entry bookkeeping during the Renaissance. That solved the problem of merchants knowing whether they could trust their own…
blockchain  finance  future  money  technology  article  explained 
october 2017 by orlin
Bitcoin’s Segregated Witness: More Than Just Malleability Fixes and Scaling
If you’re in the Bitcoin community, you probably know of Segregated Witness as (a) a fix to transaction malleability and (b) a boost to the number of transactions that can be included in each block…
bitcoin  segwit  article 
august 2017 by orlin
The Non-Technical Guide to Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence
Machine learning and artificial intelligence (ML and AI) have seized Tech mindshare in a way few topics have in recent memory. A couple months ago I noticed people talking about artificial…
ai  machinelearning  article  learn 
april 2017 by orlin
Should Designers Code?
By far, the most addictive thing about it, is when you tell someone about your new product, then pulling the iPhone and let them feel it.
It is super rewarding to see people love what you did…
design  designers  programming  code  article 
march 2017 by orlin
The Fine Art of the Webpack 2 Config
In the constantly mutating world of webdev, skepticism and conservatism will protect you from fads, platform-jumping syndrome, endless refactoring and getting stuck on abandoned, unsupported tools…
webpack  config  article 
february 2017 by orlin
How to Achieve Reusability with React Components – WalmartLabs – Medium
Reusability is one of the most common buzzwords in software engineering today. It’s promised by a wide variety of frameworks, tools, and paradigms, each of which seems to have not only its own…
react  components  reuse  article 
february 2017 by orlin
Yarn vs npm: Everything You Need to Know
What is the difference between Yarn and npm? Is package manager fatigue now a thing? Tim Severien summarizes everything you need to know.
yarn  article  nodejs  npm  compare  dependencies  management  tool 
january 2017 by orlin
The fastest Clojure REPL in the world · anmonteiro
One common complaint of Clojure REPLs is their startup time.Although that complaint is often somewhat unfounded (and related to tooling), itstill t...
clojure  javascript  clojurescript  repl  nodejs  article  cool  performance  multiplatform 
january 2017 by orlin
ClojureScript: a frontend language designed for efficient state management – Medium
ClojureScript is Clojure programming language that compiles to JavaScript. It is a well designed, stable functional and dynamic language with a rich set of immutable, persistent data structures. The…
clojurescript  state  article 
january 2017 by orlin
DMARC: Monitor & secure your email delivery | Postmark
DMARC gives you full control of email delivery for your company’s domain. This guide shows you how it works and how to set it up.
dmarc  article 
september 2016 by orlin
Android's Wifi backup feature is neither new, unique nor dangerous | Android Central
If you let Google back up your Wifi passwords, then Google has your Wifi passwords
android  backup  privacy  opinion  article  google  wifi 
april 2016 by orlin
The Best Things in Android Are Free—With in App Purchases | iA
https://ia.net/iA structures, designs and builds websites, apps and videos. Our principle: reduce form and content to their essence. We live and work in Zurich, Tokyo and Berlin.
android  apps  business  article  monetization  strategy  compare  ios  money 
march 2016 by orlin
Safety & Security Situation in Lima, Peru - LimaEasy
Coming to Lima you have most probably heard or read good meant warnings about your safety. Once here even locals might warn you about dangers waiting for you at every corner. Actually most (not all) of these warnings are exaggerated and still reflect the conditions during the times of terror and lawlessness years ago. In the last decade the safety and security in Lima has improved immensely.
peru  lima  travel  safe  tourist  self  southamerica  blog  article 
december 2015 by orlin
Dream of Browser Test Automation?
Browser testing has been a pain for a decade now. The landscape is showing a lot of promise nowadays, and I wanted to share the approach to client-side testing I’ve …
browser  testing  automation  article  webdev  workflow 
october 2015 by orlin
нено белчев: Обективността е илюзия, Култура, FORMALNO
Кураторът - дела и документи, права и задължения, къде завършва субективното и започва
bulgaria  art  subjectivity  article 
june 2015 by orlin
Designing Front-End Components
Pony Foo is a technical blog maintained by Nicolas Bevacqua, where he shares his thoughts on JavaScript and the web. Nico likes writing, public speaking, and open-source.
frontend  components  tutorial  article  api  design  ui 
may 2015 by orlin
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