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Bitcoin Magazine Praises Primecoin's Achievements

Bitcoin Magazine Praises Primecoin's Achievements submitted by 8bitPunk to primecoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin-Core and Blockstream have been developing Asics to sell for profits. They removed Asicboost since it competed with their Asic miner hardware. This is ridiculous and a HUGE conflict of interest.

https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/bitcoin-developer-about-take-mining-hardware-industry/
BtcDrak, the most active pseudonymous Bitcoin Core contributor to date, is making a move into the mining hardware industry. The developer, who besides having contributed to the Bitcoin Core repository also maintains bitcoincore.org and the Bitcoin Core Community Slack, told Bitcoin Magazine he helped set up ASIC chip manufacturing company Halong Mining over the past year, and produced an initial batch of mining hardware, with plans to ship to consumers in early 2018.
its name references the Dragons' Den, an (in)famous private chat channel on the Bitcoin Core Community Slack
Vitalik Buterin predicted that this type of conflict of interest, would happen and therefore decided not to use Bitcoin to build his software protocol (now ethereum), since he was concerned that the devs would fork the code in order to destroy his (and others') project. He has now been proven to be correct regarding his concerns.
https://twitter.com/VitalikButerin/status/929805462052229120
The very earliest versions of ETH protocol were a counterparty-style metacoin on top of primecoin. Not Bitcoin because the OP_RETURN wars were happening at the time and...
...given what certain core devs were saying at the time, I was scared that protocol rules would change under me (eg. by banning certain ways to encode data in txs) to make it harder, and I did not want to build on a base protocol whose dev team would be at war with me.
Bitcoin-Core/Blockstream soft forked AsicBoost potential usage off Bitcoin and ran a scare campaign against Asic manufacturers. It turns out they themselves are an Asic manufacturer and it was all a ploy to sell their own products. Instead of marketing themselves, they attacked others, and changed the actual Bitcoin code so their products would have an advantage (Segwit code removes Asicboost , amongst other changes).
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Regarding the "Bitcoin and Magical Thinking" blog post spotlighted on Techmeme today - The network, the infrastructure, and the community behind it is hardly a "magical thought."

I'm referring to this post, which a Bitcoin-opposing friend just sent to me with the subject line, "An damning indictment" -
http://www.techmeme.com/131219/p3#a131219p3
I responded with this:
The network, the infrastructure, and the community behind Bitcoin is hardly a "magical thought" (Here's the definition of that concept from contemporary Western psychology: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magical_thinking)
Two weeks ago, there was very good debate about Bitcoin -
Ultimate Bitcoin Showdown - Posted Dec 2, 2013 - [30:14] - Goldbug/dollar-skeptic Peter Schiff vs. Erik Voorhees, Bitcoin entrepreneur formerly of BitInstant (https://www.bitinstant.com/), now of Coinapult (https://coinapult.com/) - http://www.linkedin.com/pub/erik-voorhees/b/804/385
I'll post the link to the full video below, but I first want to quote from it:
As Voorhees says, gold-backed digital curencies have been attempted and were then quickly shut down by the gov't. He later says (at 9:20), "[Bitcoin] could absolutely go to zero and the whole thing is completely experimental right now. So I'm not here to say that Bitcoin is a good investment. What I'm here to say is that the Bitcoin payment network is one of the most important technologies that has ever been invented, and it's important to understand that there is value in that technology [and] it's important to understand why that technology is so useful to people, especially people who care about liberty around the world." And he explains later that this infrastructure cannot be reproduced easily...even if Bitcoin is not the winner of the crypto-currency market competition. He also compares the hardy vitality of P2P currencies to that of P2P file-sharing. The free, independent Napster file-sharing service was launched in June of 1999 an rocketed to popularity, but the shutdown of it in July of 2001 was not exactly the end of free P2P music-sharing... In fact, just going by the services that I can just recall fellow college students using at the time, there was:
SoulSeek (launched in 1999/2000)
Gnutella (early 2000)
BearShare (December 2000)
Morpheus (2001)
Kazaa (March 2001), and
LimeWire (May 2000).
And of course there are the file-sharing services that are popular today, from Dropbox to these:
http://www.ebizmba.com/articles/file-sharing-websites
to these:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_BitTorrent_clients
Now. As far as digital crypto-currencies today, there's Litecoin, Peercoin, Namecoin, Quark, Protoshares, Worldcoin, Megacoin, Primecoin, and Dogecoin, and dozens other listed here, totaling in 54:
http://coinmarketcap.com/
The point that Voorhees makes about the pooled inventiveness and ingenuity of the crowd reminds me of something both revolutionary and prophetic that was said by John Gilmore (an American computer science innovator, Libertarian, Internet activist, and one of the founders of Electronic Frontier Foundation). He said:
"The Net interprets censorship as damage and routes around it."
-As quoted in TIME magazine (6 December 1993) (yes, 1993!)
http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/John_Gilmore
Furthermore, on a separate note, the media angle that Bitcoin is practically "over" because of China blocking it (which that same friend was gloating about), here's all I have to say as well:
Here's a list of enterprises that were hardly destroyed after being banned in glorious all-powerful China:
Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Wikipedia, WikiLeaks, and the New York Times' online edition (and a few others, named at the following links) were each NOT blasted into nonexistence by the force of "the Golden Shield Project," which we Americans call "the Great Firewall." Yup, Bitcoin is "over"!
References:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_websites_blocked_in_China
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Censorship_of_Wikipedia#China
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/26/world/asia/china-blocks-web-access-to-new-york-times.html?_r=0
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_censorship_in_the_People%27s_Republic_of_China
Hey, but waddaya know - Some of the 1,350,695,000 people in The People's Republic have ways around that censorship, as do the millions of people in so many other Internet-censoring countries:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_censorship_in_the_People%27s_Republic_of_China#Evasion
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_censorship_circumvention#Software

Here's the full video of the Bitcoin debate:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7mUn-d8R98k
Edit/Follow-up: To extend the analogy of P2P digital currencies and P2P file-sharing (and most notably, music-sharing), what would be the currency equivalent of iTunes, which came ou in January 2001? Will JPMorgan's crypto-currency project (as I saw here, and it was downvoted to hell: http://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/1sp6hh/jpmorgan_is_looking_to_copy_bitcoin_and_the_coin/), even though it was initially rejected 175 times, find some way to charge/surcharge people small amounts at a time for usage (a la iTunes' 99 cents per song), in traditional-bank-style?
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Helping the homeless and fighting hunger with Primecoin

Hey everyone,
I just wanted to let you know that Sean's Outpost is officially accepting Primecoin for donations now.
http://seansoutpost.com/donate/
Thanks to everyone in the Primecoin community who has been supportive of what we do. If you aren't familiar with us, we are a homeless outreach in Pensacola, FL that has fed almost 15,000 meals all purchased with crypto currency.
Today, we also announced that we have purchased a 9 acre parcel of land that will be know from now on as "Satoshi Forest" it is a Homeless Sanctuary, organic farm, and base of operations for all of our "bitHouse construction projects. Our mortgage is paid in BTC directly. Not exchanged to USD. So PRIMECOIN donations will b used in this manner as well.
Vitalik did a wonderful article for BitcoinMagazine on us today...
http://bitcoinmagazine.com/6939/seans-outpost-announces-satoshi-forest/
FYI:
2.5 Primecoin = 1 Meal for a homeless person
1300 Primecoin = 1 Months Mortgage Payment on Satoshi Forest
17,000 Primecoin = Builds one "bitHouse" that will provide homes to 2 homeless people.
Thanks so much. I will be happy to answer any questions.
Jason King
Sean's Outpost
Primecoin: AGNzVCaU9C2drcjHX1iXTUyGJGaGfEUcNk
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[OFFER] Just Pay me to do something, I'm broke

Guys, like I said, just pay me to do something, I'm wicked broke and in debt up to my chin (no wonder people keep telling me to keep my chin up, if I don't I'll probably drown). I can do stuff. As long as it is from borderline legal upwards I'll consider it. I can slice PSDs, XCFs, I build websites, magazine, brochure layouts, books etc. I use Open Source mainly (can't afford the Photoshops or the Indesigns etc and I really love Opensource and free stuff anyway). I type fast enough. I suck at content, but I can make blog and forum posts. I can do Parallax websites with jQuery, I want to learn C/C++ and Java, I've posted a few sites to a couple hundred directories, I've uploaded youtube videos. Pay me to do stuff, if I can do it, I will do it, if not I'll try to hook you up with someone who can. If you are not satisfied keep your money and let me keep my dignity, that's all I have anyway.
I'm about to get my ass booted out of the place I live (in a sense), people are about to take the 2 kids' bunk-bed (they really love the bottom bunk, why not the top - I am not sure) but anyway, let's see what you kind souls out there in Redditland can rustle up. I take paypal, Bitcoins, Litecoins, Dogecoins, Feathercoins, Peercoins, Primecoins and such. No amount is too small, name your task and your price and we will see how it goes from there, not that I have much of a bargaining position in any event.
Sorry for the rambling, when you are broke you tend to do that...
PM me for my paypal...
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