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What I like most about Cardano

Hey guys and gals,
I posted the following in a discussion on cryptocurrency earlier today, and though that I'd share here as well. I fixed one item (I had the epoch length wrong), and some grammatical errors.
Please share your thoughts or what you find exciting about Cardano in the comments, and if you are new here and just starting to fill your ADA bags, I really hope you find this useful!
What I love most about Cardano
  1. Slow and steady wins the race - The Cardano protocol is build on peer-reviewed academic research. This takes an excruciating amount of time to get things done, however what you end up with is a better product. They think first, then try and prove it wrong, and only if it is proven correct do they build. All of the code used for Cardano is high-assurance code, and no other cryptocurrency project is doing this to my knowledge. I truly believe this is why so many people on this sub hated on Cardano so much in 2018 & 2019. There were crazy high hopes for this project, but people wanted delivery right away and price increases. That's just not how things are done at Cardano, and I personally love it.
  2. Staking - Just for the testnet, Cardano had over 1000 stakepools. If this is true for the mainnet, Cardano will be the most decentralized cryptocurrency on Earth. Another project that I love is Tezos. However roughly 25% of all Tezos bakers are owned by the foundation, and there is nowhere near the same transparency when selecting a baker as there is when choosing a stakepool for your ADA. All the performance statistics, fees, and other info for stakepools is made available on the Cardano wallet, and if your current stakepool stops performing you can easily change to a different one. My rate of return on my ADA was over 10%, and rewards are issued back every day. On the mainnet, which launches in about 30 days, rewards from staking will be issued every 5 days, right to your wallet. This means you can compound your gains and stake more as you grow. Also, when you stake your ADA, they never leave your wallet or get locked up in any way. I am very much looking forward to staking through my ledger hardware wallet.
  3. Decentralization - Having over 1000 independent stakepools will make Cardano the most decentralized financial ecosystem in existence. And I predict that we end up with well over this number.
  4. Scalability - Full transparency: I own and love both Ethereum and Bitcoin. But my biggest problem with both is that they must bottleneck transactions when the volume is up. I remember a few years back when I couldn't use ETH for days because a bunch of people were feverishly trying to get rich buying and selling digital images of cartoon cats. Neither Ethereum nor Bitcoin can handle anything close to a billion users in their current forms. And I know that Ethereum is building Eth 2.0, and I'm excited to see what they come up with, however Cardano was built with this problem in mind from the get-go. Unlike our first and second generation systems, as more users transact on Cardano, it actually moves faster, not slower.
If you are really interested, the developers of Cardano have had their research on "sharding" not only peer reviewed, but published. Through sharding, Cardano could theoretically support over 1,000,000 transactions per second.
  1. Growth potential based on previous price - As a former stock investor, I am quite used to using this measurement in a bear market, for good or for ill. Whether it applies or has value here it to be determined, however for me it cannot be overlooked. Simply by measuring the current price vs the all time high price shows you that ADA must increase 16X just to get back to it's former high price ($1.31/.08). Ethereum on the other hand must only 6.5X to it's all time high ($1500/230), and both Bitcoin and Tezos must only 2X.
To be fair, this is not a proven method of measuring the value of cryptocurrency, but it is one that I am using nonetheless.
Hope this gets some good conversation going!
Edit:
  1. Most generous community - Two silvers and an ELI5?! Thank you guys!
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Bitcoin enthuthiast has a meltdown after meme accuses him of being a pedophile and of cheating others out of what would be their money. (apparently unironic)

How it actually happened:
This is Ann. Ann started her career at 16 when she blew the manager (a creepy pervert who forced her into it, she #MeToos to this day) at the local grocery store so she could immediately get a position as a cashier instead of having to start off in the storeroom stacking boxes "like some Chinese slave worker". Ann, who believed in "treating" herself for her hard work, did not save any of the money she earned, instead spending it on expensive clothing, fast food, movie tickets, smartphones, and nights out with "the girls" (as she never paid while on an actual date). Her parents took care of the bills anyway, so who cares? It's okay though, because Ann was able to get financial aid from the government to attend the university of her dreams and study sociology, because "I'm, like, just so interested in how society works and how white men oppress women and are so racist and stuff, you know?" It only put her $100K in debt too. "You can't put a price on the college experience," thought Ann. Ann did no research on what degrees were in high demand before deciding on her major and sadly, "due to the patriarchy undervaluing the so-called 'soft' sciences" Ann repeated (as her women's studies professor had told her), her sociology degree did not open up as many doors for her as she'd hoped. Luckily, however, one of Ann's old beta orbiters became the CEO of a new tech startup and, after finally hooking up with him a few times (her little secret from her then boyfriends Tyrone and Jamal), she was able to snag a position as their chief diversity counselor. "Good thing that fat black bitch who tried to steal MY job was too full of fried chicken and gravy for any man to want to fuck her," she tipsily joked about the only other applicant (always forgetting to squelch her offensive quips when drunk), eliciting howling guffaws of approval from the pack of thonged, dyed-hair hyenas that surrounded her at the local bar in celebration of her new job. "Bartender, get us another round of appletinis!" Ann boomed. Cheers abounded. Life was good, Ann's salary was high, and her mortgage for an $800K home in the Bay Area was approved. Unfortunately, it was eventually revealed that her company's "enterprise cloud blockchain solutions" were actually vaporware. It lost its VC funding and was forced to shut down. Poor Ann had to leave her dream home, accept a lower paid HR assistant position at a boring non-tech company ("They make plastic water filters or something. I don't even know."), and move into a mere 3 bedroom apartment. "We're told to save," wrote Ann on a piece of paper that she posed with in an image posted to her Instagram, "but Oreos and Netflix are the only comforts poor people like us have. Don't we deserve nice things too? I AM the 99%!" Ann's looks are already starting to fade due to ravages of a rough Haagen-Dazs by day/party slut by night lifestyle, and, though she'd never admit it to herself, she can tell that her "feminine charms" aren't as effective at creating opportunities for her as they used to be. Things have started to sag that never sagged before and even a Sephora warehouse couldn't get rid of the bags under her eyes. Strolling down the sidewalk, she takes a sip of her daily Starbucks triple pumpkin dessert cocoaccino latte (only $27 and 1500 calories, and don't even think about talking to her her in the morning until she's finished it). "I guess there's just no way to escape this male-dominated society where sexist techbros live in the lap of luxury while marginalized people like me subsist on crumbs," she thinks to herself as she steps over a homeless man. Meanwhile... This is Bob. Bob was bullied by the other kids at his school (like his first crush Ann) as a child for his slightly odd-looking face. This caused him to retreat into the more anonymous world of the Internet where nobody could know his appearance. The other kids mocked him for that too, and his parents didn't understand why he'd want to "waste" his time talking to people he "didn't even know", but he ignored them. It didn't entirely cure his loneliness, but it did expose him to ideas and opinions that he would not have otherwise explored. Sure, he went through an embarrassingly self-righteous atheist phase as a teenager, but ultimately he developed into a sharp free-thinker with nuanced opinions. Bob found out about Bitcoin in 2012 from a Linux forum he was browsing. Already a firm believer in privacy, cryptography, decentralization, and technological freedom in general, the idea of Bitcoin immediately excited him. After carefully considering the economic viability of the concept, he concluded that Bitcoin's deflationary issuance curve and the possible applications of an enforceably scarce digital asset made it a worthwhile and likely quite valuable investment. He thus resolved to accrue as many of them as possible in order to save for his future. He cut down on his favorite hobby of gaming, reserving his GPU cycles for Bitcoin mining and his Steam sale money for buying Bitcoins instead. His IT job didn't make much and his one bedroom apartment wasn't cheap but he always found a way to set some money aside to expand his growing cryptoasset portfolio. His enthusiasm for Bitcoin was endless, and he wanted to share the positive potential of it with the world too, so he wrote guides, created infographics, and made YouTube videos about how to buy, use, and mine Bitcoins. Due to his efforts, thousands of people were able to get in on the craze early like him. Parents created college funds for their children. Young adults his age secured their financial futures. Impoverished folks in oppressive shitholes learned how to transfer money via their smartphones to avoid their corrupt governments confiscating it. He even endured the eye-rolling and snickering of his family members at Christmas time to make sure that they were all gifted a bit too. "Gee... thanks." The 2013 crash crushed Bob. He considered recouping as much of his money as possible and exiting the Bitcoin world permanently, but ultimately decided against it on principle. He had taken a risk and was sticking to it. He still believed in Bitcoin. Bob's bet on Bitcoin has paid off. He is now a multimillionaire, at least on paper. Other than a few donations to various organizations, his Bitcoins have stayed in the original addresses they were first put into. After all, he is still prudently considering exactly how to spend and grow his newfound wealth, and since he's now the manager of his company's IT department, his salary more than supports his modest lifestyle by itself, so he's in no rush to "cash out". While trying to chat with Ann on a whim after running into her at a grocery store, Bob mentioned Bitcoin to her in 2012. It made her finally look up from her phone. "That's the dumbest idea I've ever heard of!" she shrieked. She would know too, she thought, since she's a college-educated woman, unlike Bob who had skipped college because "government subsidies have distorted the higher education market and lowered the value of a college degree" (as if using fancy words made him smart like her). Nevertheless, he persisted, offering to show her how it worked and even set up a wallet for her. Bob's Bitcoin evangelism could certainly be a bit aggressive at times, but he meant well. He would gladly send 10 or 20 dollars worth to anybody who wanted to get started. She responded that he was creeping her out and needed to buzz off before she called security. Of course she wasn't really going to waste such an effort on this harmless loser, but she just couldn't stand hearing his nasally little voice anymore. He probably just wanted to creepshot her yoga pants anyway. Briskly sauntering away, she giggled to herself: "How could a file on a computer be worth anything? I could just copy and paste as many 'BitCoins' as I want," she concluded, forgetting about the idea as soon as she had first heard of it. Plus, her company was already working "with blockchain", which its CEO had told her was the only important part of "BitCoin" anyway. "He has actual money too and not just fake Internet coins so he clearly knows more than Bob." Ann took slight notice of the 2013 bubble, but she was too busy moving into her new home then to pay much attention to it. When Bitcoin was hacked and the government shut it down (as Ann interpreted events), popping the bubble, she texted Bob: "Told ya so." There was no response. She figured he had probably already killed himself or something. Oh well! She had to get out of her sweatpants and ready for the club anyway so she didn't have time to worry about it. In fact, she didn't have a single thought about Bob again until... In 2017, Bob once again crosses Ann's mind. The network miraculously revived, one Bitcoin is now worth over 10 thousand dollars, and Bob is almost certainly loaded. She stares at her phone, thinking of how to best break the ice with him. "Hey Bob I just wanted to say that I'm sorry for some of the things I said to you in the past and how I treated you when we were kids and all. I know this is out of nowhere but I'm just kind of feeling guilty lately soo.... maybe we could meet up sometime and talk about it?? You could tell me more about those bitcoin thingies you we're so excited about back in the day haha" Again no response comes and she whips her iPhone X on to the bed in frustration. Retrieving it, she switches over to Safari to look Bob up on social media, only to find that he's dating a shy 18 year old Finnish girl he met online. "That pervert!" she gasps as she glances over the girl's milky skin and youthful face. "She is WAY too young for him! He should want an ACCOMPLISHED, MATURE woman like me, not some little girl! I bet the freak looks at child porn too!" Her fingers drip with venom as she texts one of her remaining beta orbiters. "Hey," she begins, "you know how to draw funny cartoons right" She hits send.
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Is blockchain the future of art?

Leaders in humanitarian aid, finance, technology, and more have embraced the distributed ledger known as blockchain to bring transparency to their operations. The art world is experimenting with it as well, seeing the technology as a way to revolutionize how art is bought and sold, thwart fraud and tax evasion, and reduce friction during the auction process.
There are at least four major areas where blockchain will disrupt the art market:
  1. Driving digital art sales through digital scarcity
    1. Democratizing fine art investment
    2. Improving provenance and reducing art forgery
    3. Creating a more ethical way of paying artists
How can one technology make such a huge impact across four seemingly different areas in the art market?

Blockchain and Digital Scarcity will Create a Massive Market for Digital Art and Crypto Collectibles

A big problem with producing and selling digital art is how easily it can be duplicated and pirated. Once something is copied and replicated for free, the value drops and the prospect of a market disappears. For things to be of value they need to have scarcity. Blockchain helps solve this for digital artists by introducing the idea of "digital scarcity": issuing a limited number of copies and tying them back to unique blocks proving ownership.
Blockchain is a fairly new technology platform that runs across millions of devices and is open to anyone. The Harvard Business Review describes it as "an open, distributed ledger that can record transactions between two parties efficiently and in a verifiable and permanent way." If you are not familiar with blockchain, you may be familiar with the cryptocurrency Bitcoin which runs on a blockchain paradigm. What you may not know is that in addition to currency, blockchain can be used for art and other intellectual property. With blockchain, trust is established through mass collaboration and clever code in place of a powerful centralized institutions serving as middlemen.

How Blockchain Technology Keeps Art Ownership Transparent

1. An artist creates a new piece, or a collector or gallery makes a sale, and certifies it with a token on a blockchain.
2. When the artwork is purchased from the artist, the token transfers to the buyer.
3. Each time the piece is resold, the token transfers with it.
4. The token transactions are stored publicly on a distributed ledger that anyone can edit or access, so buyers and sellers can easily track the entire history of ownership. If the token doesn’t originate with the artist’s crypto wallet, or with a well-known gallery or investor, its provenance could be called into question.

Blockchain Democratizes Fine Art Investment

If you fancy yourself a "serious" collector of blue-chip art, perhaps you are thinking the blockchain is only about $20.00 digital drawings and cartoon cats and punks. Think again.
In 2019, the company DIP will be launching the first open blockchain platform that democratizes access to fine art. Now people who have always dreamed of owning famous paintings can buy shares in a Picasso, Warhol, Monet, etc. On the flipside, galleries, museums, and collectors can offer up works from their collection for bid on DIP to raise money for the purchase of future works (while leaving their collection intact). This may sound like a regular art fund, but remember that blockchain cuts out the middleman, greatly reducing the transaction costs. The transaction cost with blockchain is so low that DIP can theoretically let you invest as little as fractions of a penny using cryptocurrency without taking the hit of transaction fees.
Great for the gallery, but what about the investors? The investors also benefit from the magic of blockchain. Because fees and the cost of transactions goes dramatically down with blockchain, and cryptocurrency can be infinitely divided, DIP can transform artworks valued at tens of millions of dollars into tiny digital units that can be easily bought and sold in real time: essentially a stock market for art, but with far less friction or fees.

Blockchain Reduces Art Forgery with Improved Authentication, Verification, and Provenance

Perhaps the most obvious use of blockchain (and closest to my heart) is to fight art forgery through the establishment of better authentication and provenance. Since at its core the blockchain is a distributed ledger, it can provide an unalterable record of provenance starting with authentication and ending with the current owner of an artwork.
DIP certifies and verifies artworks and collectibles using the Bitcoin blockchain. They are fighting art forgery by providing an "airtight" authentication methodology that allows for real time verification of artworks using distributed ledger and image-recognition technology. Their initial target market is authentication for living, working artists. In the long run, they plan on moving toward authenticating older works by working with artists' estates eventually having the provenance for every artwork in their blockchain. Beyond fighting forgery and theft, blockchain has the potential to protect and support artists by introducing new methods of monetizing their work.
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How it actually happened:
This is Ann. Ann started her career at 16 when she blew the manager (a creepy pervert who forced her into it, she #MeToos to this day) at the local grocery store so she could immediately get a position as a cashier instead of having to start off in the storeroom stacking boxes "like some Chinese slave worker". Ann, who believed in "treating" herself for her hard work, did not save any of the money she earned, instead spending it on expensive clothing, fast food, movie tickets, smartphones, and nights out with "the girls". Her parents paid the bills anyway, so who cares?
It's okay though, because Ann was able to get financial aid from the government to attend the university of her dreams and study sociology, because "I'm, like, just so interested in how society works and how white men oppress women and are so racist and stuff, you know?" It only put her $100K in debt too. "You can't put a price on the college experience," thought Ann. Ann did no research on what degrees were in high demand before deciding on her major and sadly, "due to the patriarchy undervaluing the so-called 'soft' sciences" Ann repeated (as her women's studies professor had told her), her sociology degree did not open up as many doors for her as she would have hoped.
Luckily, however, one of Ann's old beta orbiters became the CEO of a new tech startup and, after finally hooking up with him a few times (her little secret from her then boyfriend Tyrone), she was able to snag a position as their chief diversity counselor. "Good thing that fat black bitch who tried to steal MY job was too full of fried chicken and gravy for any man to want to fuck her," she tipsily joked about the only other applicant (always forgetting to squelch her offensive quips when drunk), eliciting howling guffaws of approval from the pack of thonged, dyed-hair hyenas that surrounded her in celebration of her new job at the local bar. "Bartender, get us another round of appletinis!" Ann boomed. Cheers abounded.
Life was good, Ann's salary was high, and her mortgage for an $800K home in the Bay Area was approved. Unfortunately, it was eventually revealed that her company's "enterprise cloud blockchain solutions" were actually vaporware. It lost its VC funding and was forced to shut down.
Poor Ann had to leave her dream home, accept a lower paid HR assistant position at a boring non-tech company ("They make plastic water filters or something. I don't even know."), and move into a mere 3 bedroom apartment. "We're told to save," wrote Ann on a piece of paper that she posed with in an image posted to her Instagram, "but Oreos and Netflix are the only comforts poor people like us have. Don't we deserve nice things too? I AM the 99%!"
Ann's looks are already starting to fade due to ravages of a rough Haagen-Dazs by day/party slut by night lifestyle, and, though she'd never admit it to herself, she can tell that her "feminine charms" aren't as effective at creating opportunities for her as they used to be. Things have started to sag that never sagged before and even a Sephora warehouse couldn't get rid of the bags under her eyes. Strolling down the sidewalk, she takes a sip of her daily Starbucks triple pumpkin dessert cocoaccino latte (only $27 and 1500 calories, and don't even think about talking to her in the morning until she's finished one). "I guess there's just no way to escape this male-dominated society where sexist techbros live in the lap of luxury while marginalized people like me subsist on crumbs," she thinks to herself as she steps over a homeless man.
Meanwhile...
This is Bob. Bob was bullied by the other kids at his school (such as his childhood crush Ann) in his early years for his slightly odd-looking face. This caused him to retreat into the more anonymous world of the Internet where nobody could know what he looked like. The other kids mocked him for that too, and his parents didn't understand why he'd want to "waste" his time talking to people he "didn't even know", but he ignored them. It didn't completely cure his loneliness, but it did expose him to ideas and opinions that he would not have otherwise explored. Sure, he may have gone through an embarrassingly self-righteous atheist phase as a teenager, but ultimately he developed into a sharp free-thinker with nuanced opinions.
Bob found out about Bitcoin in 2012 from a Linux forum he was browsing. Already a firm believer in privacy, cryptography, decentralization, and technological freedom in general, the idea of Bitcoin immediately excited him. After carefully considering the economic viability of the concept, he concluded that Bitcoin's deflationary issuance curve and the possible applications of an enforceably scarce digital asset made it a worthwhile and likely quite valuable investment. He thus resolved to accrue as many of them as possible in order to save for his future. He cut down on his favorite hobby of gaming, reserving his GPU cycles for Bitcoin mining and his Steam sale money for buying Bitcoins instead. His IT job didn't make much and his one bedroom apartment was expensive but he always found a way to set some money aside to expand his growing cryptoasset portfolio.
His enthusiasm for Bitcoin was endless, and he wanted to share the positive potential of it with the world too, so he wrote guides, created infographics, and made videos for his YouTube channel about how to buy, use, and mine Bitcoins. Due to his efforts, thousands of people were able to get in on the craze early like him. Parents created college funds for their children. Young adults his age secured their financial futures. Impoverished people in oppressive shitholes learned how to transfer money via their smartphones to avoid their corrupt governments confiscating it. He even endured the eye-rolling and snickering of his family members at Christmas time to make sure that they were all gifted a bit too. "Gee... thanks."
The 2013 crash crushed Bob. He considered recouping as much of his money as possible and exiting the Bitcoin world permanently, but ultimately decided against it on principle. He had taken a risk and was sticking to it. He still believed in Bitcoin.
Bob's bet on Bitcoin has paid off. He is now a multimillionaire, at least on paper. Other than a few donations to various organizations, his Bitcoins have stayed in the original addresses they were first put into. After all, he is still prudently considering exactly how to spend and grow his newfound wealth, and since he's now the manager of his company's IT department, his salary more than supports his modest lifestyle by itself, so he's in no rush to "cash out".
While trying to chat with Ann on a whim after running into her at a grocery store, Bob mentioned Bitcoin to her in 2012. It made her finally look up from her phone. "That's the dumbest idea I've ever heard of!" she shrieked. She would know too, she thought, since she's a college-educated woman, unlike Bob who had skipped college because "government subsidies have distorted the higher education market and lowered the value of a college degree" (as if using fancy words made him smart like her). Nevertheless, he persisted, offering to show her how it worked and even set up a wallet for her. Bob's Bitcoin evangelism could certainly be a bit aggressive at times, but he meant well. He would gladly send 10 or 20 dollars worth to anybody who wanted to get started.
She responded that he was creeping her out and needed to stop talking to her before she called security. Of course she wasn't really going to waste such an effort on this harmless loser, but she just couldn't stand hearing his nasally little voice anymore. He probably just wanted to creepshot her yoga pants anyway. Briskly sauntering away, she giggled to herself: "How could a file on a computer be worth anything? I could just copy and paste as many 'BitCoins' as I want," she concluded, forgetting about the idea as soon as she had first heard of it. Plus, her company was already working with blockchain, which the CEO had told her was the only important part of "BitCoin" anyway. "He has actual money too and not just fake Internet coins so he clearly knows more than Bob."
Ann took slight notice of the 2013 bubble, but she was too busy moving into her new home then to pay much attention to it. When Bitcoin was hacked and the government shut it down (as Ann interpreted events), popping the bubble, she texted Bob: "Told ya so." There was no response. She figured he had probably already killed himself or something. Oh well! She had to get out of her sweatpants and ready for the club anyway so she didn't have time to worry about it. In fact, she didn't have a single thought about Bob again until...
In 2017, Bob once again crosses Ann's mind. The network miraculously revived, one Bitcoin is now worth over 10 thousand dollars, and Bob is almost certainly loaded. She stares at her phone, thinking of how to best break the ice with him. "Hey Bob I just wanted to say that I'm sorry for some of the things I said to you in the past and how I treated you when we were kids and all. I know this is out of nowhere but I'm just kind of feeling guilty lately soo.... maybe we could meet up sometime and talk about it?? You could tell me more about those bitcoin thingies you we're so excited about back in the day haha" Again no response comes and she whips her iPhone X on to the bed in frustration. Retrieving it, she switches over to Safari to look Bob up on social media, only to find that he's dating an 18 year old introverted Finnish girl he met online. "That pervert!" she gasps as she glances over the girl's milky skin and youthful face. "She is WAY too young for him. He should want an ACCOMPLISHED, MATURE woman like me. I bet the freak looks at child porn too!"
Her fingers drip with venom as she texts one of her remaining beta orbiters. "Hey," she begins, "you know how to draw funny cartoons right" She hits send.
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This MASTERPIECE was written by a Smash player that thinks Smash is a fighting game

How it actually happened:
This is Ann. Ann started her career at 16 when she blew the manager (a creepy pervert who forced her into it, she #MeToos to this day) at the local grocery store so she could immediately get a position as a cashier instead of having to start off in the storeroom stacking boxes "like some Chinese slave worker". Ann, who believed in "treating" herself for her hard work, did not save any of the money she earned, instead spending it on expensive clothing, fast food, movie tickets, smartphones, and nights out with "the girls". Her parents paid the bills anyway, so who cares?
It's okay though, because Ann was able to get financial aid from the government to attend the university of her dreams and study sociology, because "I'm, like, just so interested in how society works and how white men oppress women and are so racist and stuff, you know?" It only put her $100K in debt too. "You can't put a price on the college experience," thought Ann. Ann did no research on what degrees were in high demand before deciding on her major and sadly, "due to the patriarchy undervaluing the so-called 'soft' sciences" Ann repeated (as her women's studies professor had told her), her sociology degree did not open up as many doors for her as she would have hoped.
Luckily, however, one of Ann's old beta orbiters became the CEO of a new tech startup and, after finally hooking up with him a few times (her little secret from her then boyfriends Tyrone and Jamal), she was able to snag a position as their chief diversity counselor. "Good thing that fat black bitch who tried to steal MY job was too full of fried chicken and gravy for any man to want to fuck her," she tipsily joked about the only other applicant (always forgetting to squelch her offensive quips when drunk), eliciting howling guffaws of approval from the pack of thonged, dyed-hair hyenas that surrounded her in celebration of her new job at the local bar. "Bartender, get us another round of appletinis!" Ann boomed. Cheers abounded.
Life was good, Ann's salary was high, and her mortgage for an $800K home in the Bay Area was approved. Unfortunately, it was eventually revealed that her company's "enterprise cloud blockchain solutions" were actually vaporware. It lost its VC funding and was forced to shut down.
Poor Ann had to leave her dream home, accept a lower paid HR assistant position at a boring non-tech company ("They make plastic water filters or something. I don't even know."), and move into a mere 3 bedroom apartment. "We're told to save," wrote Ann on a piece of paper that she posed with in an image posted to her Instagram, "but Oreos and Netflix are the only comforts poor people like us have. Don't we deserve nice things too? I AM the 99%!"
Ann's looks are already starting to fade due to ravages of a rough Haagen-Dazs by day/party slut by night lifestyle, and, though she'd never admit it to herself, she can tell that her "feminine charms" aren't as effective at creating opportunities for her as they used to be. Things have started to sag that never sagged before and even a Sephora warehouse couldn't get rid of the bags under her eyes. Strolling down the sidewalk, she takes a sip of her daily Starbucks triple pumpkin dessert cocoaccino latte (only $27 and 1500 calories, and don't even think about talking to her in the morning until she's finished one). "I guess there's just no way to escape this male-dominated society where sexist techbros live in the lap of luxury while marginalized people like me subsist on crumbs," she thinks to herself as she steps over a homeless man.
Meanwhile...
This is Bob. Bob was bullied by the other kids at his school (such as his childhood crush Ann) in his early years for his slightly odd-looking face. This caused him to retreat into the more anonymous world of the Internet where nobody could know what he looked like. The other kids mocked him for that too, and his parents didn't understand why he'd want to "waste" his time talking to people he "didn't even know", but he ignored them. It didn't completely cure his loneliness, but it did expose him to ideas and opinions that he would not have otherwise explored. Sure, he may have gone through an embarrassingly self-righteous atheist phase as a teenager, but ultimately he developed into a sharp free-thinker with nuanced opinions.
Bob found out about Bitcoin in 2012 from a Linux forum he was browsing. Already a firm believer in privacy, cryptography, decentralization, and technological freedom in general, the idea of Bitcoin immediately excited him. After carefully considering the economic viability of the concept, he concluded that Bitcoin's deflationary issuance curve and the possible applications of an enforceably scarce digital asset made it a worthwhile and likely quite valuable investment. He thus resolved to accrue as many of them as possible in order to save for his future. He cut down on his favorite hobby of gaming, reserving his GPU cycles for Bitcoin mining and his Steam sale money for buying Bitcoins instead. His IT job didn't make much and his one bedroom apartment was expensive but he always found a way to set some money aside to expand his growing cryptoasset portfolio.
His enthusiasm for Bitcoin was endless, and he wanted to share the positive potential of it with the world too, so he wrote guides, created infographics, and made videos for his YouTube channel about how to buy, use, and mine Bitcoins. Due to his efforts, thousands of people were able to get in on the craze early like him. Parents created college funds for their children. Young adults his age secured their financial futures. Impoverished people in oppressive shitholes learned how to transfer money via their smartphones to avoid their corrupt governments confiscating it. He even endured the eye-rolling and snickering of his family members at Christmas time to make sure that they were all gifted a bit too. "Gee... thanks."
The 2013 crash crushed Bob. He considered recouping as much of his money as possible and exiting the Bitcoin world permanently, but ultimately decided against it on principle. He had taken a risk and was sticking to it. He still believed in Bitcoin.
Bob's bet on Bitcoin has paid off. He is now a multimillionaire, at least on paper. Other than a few donations to various organizations, his Bitcoins have stayed in the original addresses they were first put into. After all, he is still prudently considering exactly how to spend and grow his newfound wealth, and since he's now the manager of his company's IT department, his salary more than supports his modest lifestyle by itself, so he's in no rush to "cash out".
While trying to chat with Ann on a whim after running into her at a grocery store, Bob mentioned Bitcoin to her in 2012. It made her finally look up from her phone. "That's the dumbest idea I've ever heard of!" she shrieked. She would know too, she thought, since she's a college-educated woman, unlike Bob who had skipped college because "government subsidies have distorted the higher education market and lowered the value of a college degree" (as if using fancy words made him smart like her). Nevertheless, he persisted, offering to show her how it worked and even set up a wallet for her. Bob's Bitcoin evangelism could certainly be a bit aggressive at times, but he meant well. He would gladly send 10 or 20 dollars worth to anybody who wanted to get started.
She responded that he was creeping her out and needed to stop talking to her before she called security. Of course she wasn't really going to waste such an effort on this harmless loser, but she just couldn't stand hearing his nasally little voice anymore. He probably just wanted to creepshot her yoga pants anyway. Briskly sauntering away, she giggled to herself: "How could a file on a computer be worth anything? I could just copy and paste as many 'BitCoins' as I want," she concluded, forgetting about the idea as soon as she had first heard of it. Plus, her company was already working "with blockchain", which the CEO had told her was the only important part of "BitCoin" anyway. "He has actual money too and not just fake Internet coins so he clearly knows more than Bob."
Ann took slight notice of the 2013 bubble, but she was too busy moving into her new home then to pay much attention to it. When Bitcoin was hacked and the government shut it down (as Ann interpreted events), popping the bubble, she texted Bob: "Told ya so." There was no response. She figured he had probably already killed himself or something. Oh well! She had to get out of her sweatpants and ready for the club anyway so she didn't have time to worry about it. In fact, she didn't have a single thought about Bob again until...
In 2017, Bob once again crosses Ann's mind. The network miraculously revived, one Bitcoin is now worth over 10 thousand dollars, and Bob is almost certainly loaded. She stares at her phone, thinking of how to best break the ice with him. "Hey Bob I just wanted to say that I'm sorry for some of the things I said to you in the past and how I treated you when we were kids and all. I know this is out of nowhere but I'm just kind of feeling guilty lately soo.... maybe we could meet up sometime and talk about it?? You could tell me more about those bitcoin thingies you we're so excited about back in the day haha" Again no response comes and she whips her iPhone X on to the bed in frustration. Retrieving it, she switches over to Safari to look Bob up on social media, only to find that he's dating an 18 year old introverted Finnish girl he met online. "That pervert!" she gasps as she glances over the girl's milky skin and youthful face. "She is WAY too young for him. He should want an ACCOMPLISHED, MATURE woman like me. I bet the freak looks at child porn too!"
Her fingers drip with venom as she texts one of her remaining beta orbiters. "Hey," she begins, "you know how to draw funny cartoons right" She hits send.
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How it actually happened:

How it actually happened:
This is Ann. Ann started her career at 16 when she blew the manager (a creepy pervert who forced her into it, she #MeToos to this day) at the local grocery store so she could immediately get a position as a cashier instead of having to start off in the storeroom stacking boxes "like some Chinese slave worker". Ann, who believed in "treating" herself for her hard work, did not save any of the money she earned, instead spending it on expensive clothing, fast food, movie tickets, smartphones, and nights out with "the girls". Her parents paid the bills anyway, so who cares?
It's okay though, because Ann was able to get financial aid from the government to attend the university of her dreams and study sociology, because "I'm, like, just so interested in how society works and how white men oppress women and are so racist and stuff, you know?" It only put her $100K in debt too. "You can't put a price on the college experience," thought Ann. Ann did no research on what degrees were in high demand before deciding on her major and sadly, "due to the patriarchy undervaluing the so-called 'soft' sciences" Ann repeated (as her women's studies professor had told her), her sociology degree did not open up as many doors for her as she would have hoped.
Luckily, however, one of Ann's old beta orbiters became the CEO of a new tech startup and, after finally hooking up with him a few times (her little secret from her then boyfriend Tyrone), she was able to snag a position as their chief diversity counselor. "Good thing that fat black bitch who tried to steal MY job was too full of fried chicken and gravy for any man to want to fuck her," she tipsily joked about the only other applicant (always forgetting to squelch her offensive quips when drunk), eliciting howling guffaws of approval from the pack of thonged, dyed-hair hyenas that surrounded her in celebration of her new job at the local bar. "Bartender, get us another round of appletinis!" Ann boomed. Cheers abounded.
Life was good, Ann's salary was high, and her mortgage for an $800K home in the Bay Area was approved. Unfortunately, it was eventually revealed that her company's "enterprise cloud blockchain solutions" were actually vaporware. It lost its VC funding and was forced to shut down.
Poor Ann had to leave her dream home, accept a lower paid HR assistant position at a boring non-tech company ("They make plastic water filters or something. I don't even know."), and move into a mere 3 bedroom apartment. "We're told to save," wrote Ann on a piece of paper that she posed with in an image posted to her Instagram, "but Oreos and Netflix are the only comforts poor people like us have. Don't we deserve nice things too? I AM the 99%!"
Ann's looks are already starting to fade due to ravages of a rough Haagen-Dazs by day/party slut by night lifestyle, and, though she'd never admit it to herself, she can tell that her "feminine charms" aren't as effective at creating opportunities for her as they used to be. Things have started to sag that never sagged before and even a Sephora warehouse couldn't get rid of the bags under her eyes. Strolling down the sidewalk, she takes a sip of her daily Starbucks triple pumpkin dessert cocoaccino latte (only $27 and 1500 calories, and don't even think about talking to her in the morning until she's finished one). "I guess there's just no way to escape this male-dominated society where sexist techbros live in the lap of luxury while marginalized people like me subsist on crumbs," she thinks to herself as she steps over a homeless man.
Meanwhile...
This is Bob. Bob was bullied by the other kids at his school (such as his childhood crush Ann) in his early years for his slightly odd-looking face. This caused him to retreat into the more anonymous world of the Internet where nobody could know what he looked like. The other kids mocked him for that too, and his parents didn't understand why he'd want to "waste" his time talking to people he "didn't even know", but he ignored them. It didn't completely cure his loneliness, but it did expose him to ideas and opinions that he would not have otherwise explored. Sure, he may have gone through an embarrassingly self-righteous atheist phase as a teenager, but ultimately he developed into a sharp free-thinker with nuanced opinions.
Bob found out about Bitcoin in 2012 from a Linux forum he was browsing. Already a firm believer in privacy, cryptography, decentralization, and technological freedom in general, the idea of Bitcoin immediately excited him. After carefully considering the economic viability of the concept, he concluded that Bitcoin's deflationary issuance curve and the possible applications of an enforceably scarce digital asset made it a worthwhile and likely quite valuable investment. He thus resolved to accrue as many of them as possible in order to save for his future. He cut down on his favorite hobby of gaming, reserving his GPU cycles for Bitcoin mining and his Steam sale money for buying Bitcoins instead. His IT job didn't make much and his one bedroom apartment was expensive but he always found a way to set some money aside to expand his growing cryptoasset portfolio.
His enthusiasm for Bitcoin was endless, and he wanted to share the positive potential of it with the world too, so he wrote guides, created infographics, and made videos for his YouTube channel about how to buy, use, and mine Bitcoins. Due to his efforts, thousands of people were able to get in on the craze early like him. Parents created college funds for their children. Young adults his age secured their financial futures. Impoverished people in oppressive shitholes learned how to transfer money via their smartphones to avoid their corrupt governments confiscating it. He even endured the eye-rolling and snickering of his family members at Christmas time to make sure that they were all gifted a bit too. "Gee... thanks."
The 2013 crash crushed Bob. He considered recouping as much of his money as possible and exiting the Bitcoin world permanently, but ultimately decided against it on principle. He had taken a risk and was sticking to it. He still believed in Bitcoin.
Bob's bet on Bitcoin has paid off. He is now a multimillionaire, at least on paper. Other than a few donations to various organizations, his Bitcoins have stayed in the original addresses they were first put into. After all, he is still prudently considering exactly how to spend and grow his newfound wealth, and since he's now the manager of his company's IT department, his salary more than supports his modest lifestyle by itself, so he's in no rush to "cash out".
While trying to chat with Ann on a whim after running into her at a grocery store, Bob mentioned Bitcoin to her in 2012. It made her finally look up from her phone. "That's the dumbest idea I've ever heard of!" she shrieked. She would know too, she thought, since she's a college-educated woman, unlike Bob who had skipped college because "government subsidies have distorted the higher education market and lowered the value of a college degree" (as if using fancy words made him smart like her). Nevertheless, Bob persisted, offering to show her how it worked and even set up a wallet for her. His Bitcoin evangelism could certainly be a bit aggressive at times, but he meant well. He would gladly send 10 or 20 dollars worth to anybody who wanted to get started.
She responded that he was creeping her out and needed to stop talking to her before she called security. Of course she wasn't really going to waste such an effort on this harmless loser, but she just couldn't stand hearing his nasally little voice anymore. He probably just wanted to creepshot her yoga pants anyway. Briskly sauntering away, she giggled to herself: "How could a file on a computer be worth anything? I could just copy and paste as many 'BitCoins' as I want," she concluded, forgetting about the idea as soon as she had first heard of it. Plus, her company was already working with blockchain, which the CEO had told her was the only important part of "BitCoin" anyway. "He has actual money too and not just fake Internet coins so he clearly knows more than Bob."
Ann took slight notice of the 2013 bubble, but she was too busy moving into her new home then to pay much attention to it. When Bitcoin was hacked and the government shut it down (as Ann interpreted events), popping the bubble, she texted Bob: "Told ya so." There was no response. She figured he had probably already killed himself or something. Oh well! She had to get out of her sweatpants and ready for the club anyway so she didn't have time to worry about it. In fact, she didn't have a single thought about Bob again until...
In 2017, Bob once again crosses Ann's mind. The network miraculously revived, one Bitcoin is now worth over 10 thousand dollars, and Bob is almost certainly loaded. She stares at her phone, thinking of how to best break the ice with him. "Hey Bob I just wanted to say that I'm sorry for some of the things I said to you in the past and how I treated you when we were kids and all. I know this is out of nowhere but I'm just kind of feeling guilty lately soo.... maybe we could meet up sometime and talk about it?? You could tell me more about those bitcoin thingies you we're so excited about back in the day haha" Again no response comes and she whips her iPhone X on to the bed in frustration. Retrieving it, she switches over to Safari to look Bob up on social media, only to find that he's dating an 18 year old introverted Finnish girl he met online. "That pervert!" she gasps as she glances over the girl's milky skin and youthful face. "She is WAY too young for him. He should want an ACCOMPLISHED, MATURE woman like me. I bet the freak looks at child porn too!"
Her fingers drip with venom as she texts one of her remaining beta orbiters. "Hey," she begins, "you know how to draw funny cartoons right" She hits send.
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Ann vs. Bob

This is Ann. Ann started her career at 16 when she blew the manager (a creepy pervert who forced her into it, she #MeToos to this day) at the local grocery store so she could immediately get a position as a cashier instead of having to start off in the storeroom stacking boxes "like some Chinese slave worker". Ann, who believed in "treating" herself for her hard work, did not save any of the money she earned, instead spending it on expensive clothing, fast food, movie tickets, smartphones, and nights out with "the girls". Her parents paid the bills anyway, so who cares?
It's okay though, because Ann was able to get financial aid from the government to attend the university of her dreams and study sociology, because "I'm, like, just so interested in how society works and how white men oppress women and are so racist and stuff, you know?" It only put her $100K in debt too. "You can't put a price on the college experience," thought Ann. Ann did no research on what degrees were in high demand before deciding on her major and sadly, "due to the patriarchy undervaluing the so-called 'soft' sciences" Ann repeated (as her women's studies professor had told her), her sociology degree did not open up as many doors for her as she would have hoped.
Luckily, however, one of Ann's old beta orbiters became the CEO of a new tech startup and, after finally hooking up with him a few times (her little secret from her then boyfriend Tyrone), she was able to snag a position as their chief diversity counselor. "Good thing that fat black bitch who tried to steal MY job was too full of fried chicken and gravy for any man to want to fuck her," she tipsily joked about the only other applicant (always forgetting to squelch her offensive quips when drunk), eliciting howling guffaws of approval from the pack of thonged, dyed-hair hyenas that surrounded her in celebration of her new job at the local bar. "Bartender, get us another round of appletinis!" Ann boomed. Cheers abounded.
Life was good, Ann's salary was high, and her mortgage for an $800K home in the Bay Area was approved. Unfortunately, it was eventually revealed that her company's "enterprise cloud blockchain solutions" were actually vaporware. It lost its VC funding and was forced to shut down.
Poor Ann had to leave her dream home, accept a lower paid HR assistant position at a boring non-tech company ("They make plastic water filters or something. I don't even know."), and move into a mere 3 bedroom apartment. "We're told to save," wrote Ann on a piece of paper that she posed with in an image posted to her Instagram, "but Oreos and Netflix are the only comforts poor people like us have. Don't we deserve nice things too? I AM the 99%!"
Ann's looks are already starting to fade due to ravages of a rough Haagen-Dazs by day/party slut by night lifestyle, and, though she'd never admit it to herself, she can tell that her "feminine charms" aren't as effective at creating opportunities for her as they used to be. Things have started to sag that never sagged before and even a Sephora warehouse couldn't get rid of the bags under her eyes. Strolling down the sidewalk, she takes a sip of her daily Starbucks triple pumpkin dessert cocoaccino latte (only $27 and 1500 calories, and don't even think about talking to her in the morning until she's finished one). "I guess there's just no way to escape this male-dominated society where sexist techbros live in the lap of luxury while marginalized people like me subsist on crumbs," she thinks to herself as she steps over a homeless man.
Meanwhile...
This is Bob. Bob was bullied by the other kids at his school (such as his childhood crush Ann) in his early years for his slightly odd-looking face. This caused him to retreat into the more anonymous world of the Internet where nobody could know what he looked like. The other kids mocked him for that too, and his parents didn't understand why he'd want to "waste" his time talking to people he "didn't even know", but he ignored them. It didn't completely cure his loneliness, but it did expose him to ideas and opinions that he would not have otherwise explored. Sure, he may have gone through an embarrassingly self-righteous atheist phase as a teenager, but ultimately he developed into a sharp free-thinker with nuanced opinions.
Bob found out about Bitcoin in 2012 from a Linux forum he was browsing. Already a firm believer in privacy, cryptography, decentralization, and technological freedom in general, the idea of Bitcoin immediately excited him. After carefully considering the economic viability of the concept, he concluded that Bitcoin's deflationary issuance curve and the possible applications of an enforceably scarce digital asset made it a worthwhile and likely quite valuable investment. He thus resolved to accrue as many of them as possible in order to save for his future. He cut down on his favorite hobby of gaming, reserving his GPU cycles for Bitcoin mining and his Steam sale money for buying Bitcoins instead. His IT job didn't make much and his one bedroom apartment was expensive but he always found a way to set some money aside to expand his growing cryptoasset portfolio.
His enthusiasm for Bitcoin was endless, and he wanted to share the positive potential of it with the world too, so he wrote guides, created infographics, and made videos for his YouTube channel about how to buy, use, and mine Bitcoins. Due to his efforts, thousands of people were able to get in on the craze early like him. Parents created college funds for their children. Young adults his age secured their financial futures. Impoverished people in oppressive shitholes learned how to transfer money via their smartphones to avoid their corrupt governments confiscating it. He even endured the eye-rolling and snickering of his family members at Christmas time to make sure that they were all gifted a bit too. "Gee... thanks."
The 2013 crash crushed Bob. He considered recouping as much of his money as possible and exiting the Bitcoin world permanently, but ultimately decided against it on principle. He had taken a risk and was sticking to it. He still believed in Bitcoin.
Bob's bet on Bitcoin has paid off. He is now a multimillionaire, at least on paper. Other than a few donations to various organizations, his Bitcoins have stayed in the original addresses they were first put into. After all, he is still prudently considering exactly how to spend and grow his newfound wealth, and since he's now the manager of his company's IT department, his salary more than supports his modest lifestyle by itself, so he's in no rush to "cash out".
While trying to chat with Ann on a whim after running into her at a grocery store, Bob mentioned Bitcoin to her in 2012. It made her finally look up from her phone. "That's the dumbest idea I've ever heard of!" she shrieked. She would know too, she thought, since she's a college-educated woman, unlike Bob who had skipped college because "government subsidies have distorted the higher education market and lowered the value of a college degree" (as if using fancy words made him smart like her). Nevertheless, he persisted, offering to show her how it worked and even set up a wallet for her. Bob's Bitcoin evangelism could certainly be a bit aggressive at times, but he meant well. He would gladly send 10 or 20 dollars worth to anybody who wanted to get started.
She responded that he was creeping her out and needed to stop talking to her before she called security. Of course she wasn't really going to waste such an effort on this harmless loser, but she just couldn't stand hearing his nasally little voice anymore. He probably just wanted to creepshot her yoga pants anyway. Briskly sauntering away, she giggled to herself: "How could a file on a computer be worth anything? I could just copy and paste as many 'BitCoins' as I want," she concluded, forgetting about the idea as soon as she had first heard of it. Plus, her company was already working with blockchain, which the CEO had told her was the only important part of "BitCoin" anyway. "He has actual money too and not just fake Internet coins so he clearly knows more than Bob."
Ann took slight notice of the 2013 bubble, but she was too busy moving into her new home then to pay much attention to it. When Bitcoin was hacked and the government shut it down (as Ann interpreted events), popping the bubble, she texted Bob: "Told ya so." There was no response. She figured he had probably already killed himself or something. Oh well! She had to get out of her sweatpants and ready for the club anyway so she didn't have time to worry about it. In fact, she didn't have a single thought about Bob again until...
In 2017, Bob once again crosses Ann's mind. The network miraculously revived, one Bitcoin is now worth over 10 thousand dollars, and Bob is almost certainly loaded. She stares at her phone, thinking of how to best break the ice with him. "Hey Bob I just wanted to say that I'm sorry for some of the things I said to you in the past and how I treated you when we were kids and all. I know this is out of nowhere but I'm just kind of feeling guilty lately soo.... maybe we could meet up sometime and talk about it?? You could tell me more about those bitcoin thingies you we're so excited about back in the day haha" Again no response comes and she whips her iPhone X on to the bed in frustration. Retrieving it, she switches over to Safari to look Bob up on social media, only to find that he's dating an 18 year old introverted Finnish girl he met online. "That pervert!" she gasps as she glances over the girl's milky skin and youthful face. "She is WAY too young for him. He should want an ACCOMPLISHED, MATURE woman like me. I bet the freak looks at child porn too!"
Her fingers drip with venom as she texts one of her remaining beta orbiters. "Hey," she begins, "you know how to draw funny cartoons right" She hits send.
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This is Ann. This is Bob.

This is Ann.
Ann started her career at 16 when she blew the manager (a creepy pervert who forced her into it, she #MeToos to this day) at the local grocery store so she could immediately get a position as a cashier instead of having to start off in the storeroom stacking boxes "like some Chinese slave worker". Ann, who believed in "treating" herself for her hard work, did not save any of the money she earned, instead spending it on expensive clothing, fast food, movie tickets, smartphones, and nights out with "the girls". Her parents paid the bills anyway, so who cares?
It's okay though, because Ann was able to get financial aid from the government to attend the university of her dreams and study sociology, because "I'm, like, just so interested in how society works and how white men oppress women and are so racist and stuff, you know?" It only put her $100K in debt too. "You can't put a price on the college experience," thought Ann. Ann did no research on what degrees were in high demand before deciding on her major and sadly, "due to the patriarchy undervaluing the so-called 'soft' sciences" Ann repeated (as her women's studies professor had told her), her sociology degree did not open up as many doors for her as she would have hoped.
Luckily, however, one of Ann's old beta orbiters became the CEO of a new tech startup and, after finally hooking up with him a few times (her little secret from her then boyfriend Tyrone), she was able to snag a position as their chief diversity counselor. "Good thing that fat black bitch who tried to steal MY job was too full of fried chicken and gravy for any man to want to fuck her," she tipsily joked about the only other applicant (always forgetting to squelch her offensive quips when drunk), eliciting howling guffaws of approval from the pack of thonged, dyed-hair hyenas that surrounded her in celebration of her new job at the local bar. "Bartender, get us another round of appletinis!" Ann boomed. Cheers abounded.
Life was good, Ann's salary was high, and her mortgage for an $800K home in the Bay Area was approved. Unfortunately, it was eventually revealed that her company's "enterprise cloud blockchain solutions" were actually vaporware. It lost its VC funding and was forced to shut down.
Poor Ann had to leave her dream home, accept a lower paid HR assistant position at a boring non-tech company ("They make plastic water filters or something. I don't even know."), and move into a mere 3 bedroom apartment. "We're told to save," wrote Ann on a piece of paper that she posed with in an image posted to her Instagram, "but Oreos and Netflix are the only comforts poor people like us have. Don't we deserve nice things too? I AM the 99%!"
Ann's looks are already starting to fade due to ravages of a rough Haagen-Dazs by day/party slut by night lifestyle, and, though she'd never admit it to herself, she can tell that her "feminine charms" aren't as effective at creating opportunities for her as they used to be. Things have started to sag that never sagged before and even a Sephora warehouse couldn't get rid of the bags under her eyes. Strolling down the sidewalk, she takes a sip of her daily Starbucks triple pumpkin dessert cocoaccino latte (only $27 and 1500 calories, and don't even think about talking to her in the morning until she's finished one). "I guess there's just no way to escape this male-dominated society where sexist techbros live in the lap of luxury while marginalized people like me subsist on crumbs," she thinks to herself as she steps over a homeless man.
Meanwhile...
This is Bob.
Bob was bullied by the other kids at his school (such as his childhood crush Ann) in his early years for his slightly odd-looking face. This caused him to retreat into the more anonymous world of the Internet where nobody could know what he looked like. The other kids mocked him for that too, and his parents didn't understand why he'd want to "waste" his time talking to people he "didn't even know", but he ignored them. It didn't completely cure his loneliness, but it did expose him to ideas and opinions that he would not have otherwise explored. Sure, he may have gone through an embarrassingly self-righteous atheist phase as a teenager, but ultimately he developed into a sharp free-thinker with nuanced opinions.
Bob found out about Bitcoin in 2012 from a Linux forum he was browsing. Already a firm believer in privacy, cryptography, decentralization, and technological freedom in general, the idea of Bitcoin immediately excited him. After carefully considering the economic viability of the concept, he concluded that Bitcoin's deflationary issuance curve and the possible applications of an enforceably scarce digital asset made it a worthwhile and likely quite valuable investment. He thus resolved to accrue as many of them as possible in order to save for his future. He cut down on his favorite hobby of gaming, reserving his GPU cycles for Bitcoin mining and his Steam sale money for buying Bitcoins instead. His IT job didn't make much and his one bedroom apartment was expensive but he always found a way to set some money aside to expand his growing cryptoasset portfolio.
His enthusiasm for Bitcoin was endless, and he wanted to share the positive potential of it with the world too, so he wrote guides, created infographics, and made videos for his YouTube channel about how to buy, use, and mine Bitcoins. Due to his efforts, thousands of people were able to get in on the craze early like him. Parents created college funds for their children. Young adults his age secured their financial futures. Impoverished people in oppressive shitholes learned how to transfer money via their smartphones to avoid their corrupt governments confiscating it. He even endured the eye-rolling and snickering of his family members at Christmas time to make sure that they were all gifted a bit too. "Gee... thanks."
The 2013 crash crushed Bob. He considered recouping as much of his money as possible and exiting the Bitcoin world permanently, but ultimately decided against it on principle. He had taken a risk and was sticking to it. He still believed in Bitcoin.
Bob's bet on Bitcoin has paid off. He is now a multimillionaire, at least on paper. Other than a few donations to various organizations, his Bitcoins have stayed in the original addresses they were first put into. After all, he is still prudently considering exactly how to spend and grow his newfound wealth, and since he's now the manager of his company's IT department, his salary more than supports his modest lifestyle by itself, so he's in no rush to "cash out".
While trying to chat with Ann on a whim after running into her at a grocery store, Bob mentioned Bitcoin to her in 2012. It made her finally look up from her phone. "That's the dumbest idea I've ever heard of!" she shrieked. She would know too, she thought, since she's a college-educated woman, unlike Bob who had skipped college because "government subsidies have distorted the higher education market and lowered the value of a college degree" (as if using fancy words made him smart like her). Nevertheless, he persisted, offering to show her how it worked and even set up a wallet for her. Bob's Bitcoin evangelism could certainly be a bit aggressive at times, but he meant well. He would gladly send 10 or 20 dollars worth to anybody who wanted to get started.
She responded that he was creeping her out and needed to stop talking to her before she called security. Of course she wasn't really going to waste such an effort on this harmless loser, but she just couldn't stand hearing his nasally little voice anymore. He probably just wanted to creepshot her yoga pants anyway. Briskly sauntering away, she giggled to herself: "How could a file on a computer be worth anything? I could just copy and paste as many 'BitCoins' as I want," she concluded, forgetting about the idea as soon as she had first heard of it. Plus, her company was already working with blockchain, which the CEO had told her was the only important part of "BitCoin" anyway. "He has actual money too and not just fake Internet coins so he clearly knows more than Bob."
Ann took slight notice of the 2013 bubble, but she was too busy moving into her new home then to pay much attention to it. When Bitcoin was hacked and the government shut it down (as Ann interpreted events), popping the bubble, she texted Bob: "Told ya so." There was no response. She figured he had probably already killed himself or something. Oh well! She had to get out of her sweatpants and ready for the club anyway so she didn't have time to worry about it. In fact, she didn't have a single thought about Bob again until...
In 2017, Bob once again crosses Ann's mind. The network miraculously revived, one Bitcoin is now worth over 10 thousand dollars, and Bob is almost certainly loaded. She stares at her phone, thinking of how to best break the ice with him. "Hey Bob I just wanted to say that I'm sorry for some of the things I said to you in the past and how I treated you when we were kids and all. I know this is out of nowhere but I'm just kind of feeling guilty lately soo.... maybe we could meet up sometime and talk about it?? You could tell me more about those bitcoin thingies you we're so excited about back in the day haha" Again no response comes and she whips her iPhone X on to the bed in frustration. Retrieving it, she switches over to Safari to look Bob up on social media, only to find that he's dating an 18 year old introverted Finnish girl he met online. "That pervert!" she gasps as she glances over the girl's milky skin and youthful face. "She is WAY too young for him. He should want an ACCOMPLISHED, MATURE woman like me. I bet the freak looks at child porn too!"
Her fingers drip with venom as she texts one of her remaining beta orbiters. "Hey," she begins, "you know how to draw funny cartoons right" She hits send.
SOURCE: https://www.reddit.com/Shitstatistssay/comments/7obm7a/lsc_if_youre_poor_and_make_it_out_of_poverty_via/ds898ic/
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  2. 4853 points, 24 submissions: Souptacular
    1. Why I Can't Defend Coindesk Any Longer. Take Action. Support Omar. (591 points, 117 comments)
    2. Ethereum's ERC-20 token standard has been formalized as an EIP (367 points, 33 comments)
    3. ROPSTEN TESTNET USERS UPDATE YOUR CLIENTS. Hard fork is occurring in the next 48 hours. (361 points, 91 comments)
    4. [IMPORTANT] There are NO donation addresses for the White Hat Group currently. Anyone who is posting an address is scamming. (248 points, 20 comments)
    5. Help Wanted: Metropolis QA/Testing (236 points, 23 comments)
    6. Ethereum Core Dev Meeting and Metropolis Release Date (227 points, 57 comments)
    7. [ANN] Update your geth client to 1.5.3. Consensus bug in geth v1.4.19 and v1.5.2 - Ethereum Blog (223 points, 65 comments)
    8. Recommendations to miners to change gas limit and gas price settings [5/31/2017] (222 points, 89 comments)
    9. Metropolis and Other Updates from Today's Core Dev Meeting [8/25/17] (211 points, 110 comments)
    10. Humaniq is mass mailing people from the Ethereum community who did not sign up for their mailing list. Where did they get these email addresses? I demand an explanation. (198 points, 46 comments)
  3. 4800 points, 12 submissions: econoar
    1. Visa, IBM, Microsoft and USAA have all posted jobs in the past week looking for Ethereum developers (1212 points, 105 comments)
    2. Bank of America is looking for developers with a background in Ethereum to help build a new Card Account and real-time settlement system. (948 points, 107 comments)
    3. Goldman-Backed Startup Circle Launches No-Fee Foreign Payments Service. Built on Ethereum. (866 points, 96 comments)
    4. Santander Vies to Become First Bank to Issue Cash on Blockchain using Public Ethereum Chain (417 points, 82 comments)
    5. Ethereum isn't about price and hashrate, it's about making applications that could change the world. (339 points, 115 comments)
    6. geth fix is here (179 points, 38 comments)
    7. @avsa: Just tested @zsfelfoldi light client. Mainnet synced in 3m30s from scratch, used 30mb. Didn't need to change a single line of code in Mist. (165 points, 23 comments)
    8. Ethcore blog: "You should see fully hard-fork optional clients appearing in the next week or so" (151 points, 60 comments)
    9. Nasdaq Veteran Joins Ethereum Foundation as Security Lead (143 points, 9 comments)
    10. Thomson Reuters is making their own Ethereum wallet (140 points, 33 comments)
  4. 4750 points, 14 submissions: insomniasexx
    1. What Happens When you Send a Transaction via MyEtherWallet (A Very Simple Illustration) (1297 points, 139 comments)
    2. [UPDATED] It’s Time to Get Real: Stop Relying on Third Parties to Protect You & Your Funds. You are responsible for your security. (884 points, 197 comments)
    3. Words are Hard: Defining Common Terms in the Ethereum / Crypto Space (663 points, 75 comments)
    4. This is your friendly weekly reminder that this is crypto and you are ultimately responsible for your safety and security. Please be diligent. (237 points, 51 comments)
    5. ⚠ BEWARE: MYETHERWALLET >>.INFO<< IS A PHISHING SCAM AND WILL TAKE ALL YOUR FUNDS. myEtherWallet is MyEtherWallet.com (230 points, 30 comments)
    6. It’s Time to Get Real: Stop Relying on Third Parties to Protect You & Your Funds. You are responsible for your security. (214 points, 61 comments)
    7. Massive MyEtherWallet.com Update: Better URIs, The Hardfork, and looking back at the Golem Crowdfund. (183 points, 28 comments)
    8. Pro-Tips: How Not to get Scammed during a Token Sale (167 points, 65 comments)
    9. Announcing MyEtherWallet v3.4: The Node Switcher (165 points, 48 comments)
    10. ⚠ Malicious Phisher is running Google Ads for MyEtherWallet.com ⚠ It does NOT go to MyEtherWallet.com. Always check the URL before accessing or creating a new wallet! Use your bookmarks bar! (164 points, 26 comments)
  5. 3526 points, 20 submissions: nickjohnson
    1. A proof-of-concept of a better crowdsale contract (406 points, 132 comments)
    2. Announcing the Ethereum Name Service Relaunch Date! (276 points, 59 comments)
    3. Introducing BeerCoin (208 points, 131 comments)
    4. AMA: We are the ENS team. Ask us anything! (207 points, 293 comments)
    5. ENS launch officially postponed. We'll back off, improve testing & validation, write a postmortem, and relaunch when ready. (206 points, 41 comments)
    6. First beta release of the ENS manager app - manage your ENS (sub)domains easily! (200 points, 86 comments)
    7. A smart contract solving the "gas money" problem for gifting ERC20 tokens (173 points, 19 comments)
    8. Ethereum gets quantum computing support with new EVM opcode 'TERMINATE' (168 points, 43 comments)
    9. Hosting a DNS domain on Ethereum (154 points, 19 comments)
    10. The ENS audit results are in! (148 points, 32 comments)
  6. 3518 points, 15 submissions: chriseth
    1. Ethereum testnet just verified a zcash transaction (724 points, 151 comments)
    2. Solidity version 0.4.16 released (432 points, 34 comments)
    3. Solidity v0.4.12 Released (289 points, 16 comments)
    4. Solidity 0.4.15 released (264 points, 17 comments)
    5. Solidity v0.4.17 Released (214 points, 8 comments)
    6. New Blog post: An Update on Integrating Zcash on Ethereum (ZoE) (208 points, 88 comments)
    7. Babbage - a mechanical smart contract language (187 points, 40 comments)
    8. Solidity Version 0.4.11 Released (186 points, 12 comments)
    9. Solidity 0.4.13 released. (178 points, 22 comments)
    10. New blog post: zkSNARKs in a nutshell (149 points, 22 comments)
  7. 3397 points, 16 submissions: thehighfiveghost
    1. CoinDesk: Ethereum Foundation Strikes Deal with Russian Development Bank (615 points, 163 comments)
    2. Melonport: We’re very proud to announce our new v0.1.0 release of the Melon Portal! Feedback welcome! (249 points, 33 comments)
    3. Critical update RE: DAO Vulnerability (247 points, 995 comments)
    4. The Devcon2 site is now live! (242 points, 60 comments)
    5. BREAKING NEWS: I hereby announce that I, Vitalik Buterin, am the founder of ethereum. (233 points, 53 comments)
    6. Announcement: Underhanded Solidity Coding Contest (210 points, 26 comments)
    7. Very happy to announce Devcon2 is now sold out! See you all in Shanghai! (199 points, 24 comments)
    8. New blog post from Ethereum's Vitalik Buterin: Hard Fork Completed (177 points, 59 comments)
    9. The Ethereum Foundation and Wanxiang Blockchain Labs announce a blockbuster event combining Devcon2 and the 2nd Global Blockchain Summit in Shanghai, September 19–24, 2016 (174 points, 31 comments)
    10. Alex Van de Sande's short cartoons explaining how Ethereum works to beginners. Brilliant! (167 points, 21 comments)
  8. 3298 points, 18 submissions: latetot
    1. Thomson Reuters to make financial data available on Ethereum (382 points, 31 comments)
    2. Ever wonder how people are using ETH right now? see top contracts by gas used today: ENS, Etherdelta, gambling, exchanges, tokens - Good times! (329 points, 54 comments)
    3. ETH broke 300,000 transactions today for the first time (274 points, 113 comments)
    4. Vitalik confirms Zero knowledge proofs are on ETH roadmap (202 points, 87 comments)
    5. The ability to reverse exploits that violate the intent and good faith actions of thousands of people will promote mainstream adoption - not hinder it. (192 points, 545 comments)
    6. Ethereum processed more transactions than Bitcoin yesterday (188 points, 19 comments)
    7. Ethereum Wallets and the Problem of the Default Gas Price (177 points, 35 comments)
    8. Brian Armstrong, Coinbase CEO, 'if Ethereum pulls off this hard fork, very positive signal...shows they can listen to community, execute in time of crisis' (172 points, 106 comments)
    9. Of all the ups and downs over last couple of years, today's news has worried me the least (171 points, 18 comments)
    10. Attacker is gearing up again for new spam deluge (154 points, 123 comments)
  9. 3273 points, 16 submissions: twigwam
    1. Spotify acquires blockchain startup Mediachain to solve music’s attribution problem (415 points, 45 comments)
    2. The National Bank of Canada Just Joined An Alliance to Develop Ethereum [Motherboard] (302 points, 24 comments)
    3. Ethereum Stole the Show at Microsoft's New York City Demo Day (289 points, 9 comments)
    4. A secure internet voting system using Ethereum and Zero-Knowledge Proof (269 points, 103 comments)
    5. The UN Wants to Adopt Bitcoin And Ethereum, And Soon (264 points, 36 comments)
    6. The Birth of Enterprise Ethereum in 2017 (212 points, 37 comments)
    7. More Banks to Sign Up for ING's Ethereum Oil Trading Platform (178 points, 9 comments)
    8. Vinay Gupta - European Parliament blockchain presentation! (176 points, 26 comments)
    9. Vitalik @ SPIEF 2017 in Russia (161 points, 55 comments)
    10. Ethereum, The Next Internet (157 points, 23 comments)
  10. 3252 points, 10 submissions: 5chdn
    1. Huge Milestone: Ethereum Stack Exchange graduates as one of the top-35 world technology sites. (901 points, 56 comments)
    2. Welcome to Ethereum, the Reddit front page of the Web 3, read this to get started or ask questions. (463 points, 248 comments)
    3. [Ongoing Q&A Thread] Newbie Corner, ask your questions here. (349 points, 1987 comments)
    4. The Multi-sig Hack: A Postmortem (302 points, 207 comments)
    5. Ladies and Gentlemen, we have forked. (274 points, 74 comments)
    6. Parity 1.7.2-beta released. Byzantium inside. (237 points, 21 comments)
    7. Parity 1.6.8 released. (210 points, 44 comments)
    8. Introducing Prism: The World’s First Trustless Asset Portfolio Platform (201 points, 32 comments)
    9. [Weekly Discussion] Newbie Corner (161 points, 553 comments)
    10. Welcome to Ethereum, new visitors! (154 points, 85 comments)
  11. 3064 points, 16 submissions: karalabe
    1. Geth v1.6.5 - Hat Trick (counters current attack) (307 points, 72 comments)
    2. Roses are red, Violets are blue, Geth now supports Hardware wallets too! (v1.5.9) (273 points, 53 comments)
    3. Geth 1.6.0 - Puppeth Master released! Our best work till now ;) (241 points, 73 comments)
    4. Geth 1.7 - Megara: Faster, slimmer, Byzantium enabled ;) (227 points, 100 comments)
    5. Never fear, Geth 1.6.3 - Covfefe is here! (225 points, 42 comments)
    6. Ethereum nodes plotted on Google Earth (223 points, 18 comments)
    7. Geth 1.4.8 "DAO Wars" Released (218 points, 185 comments)
    8. Security Alert - DoS Vulnerability in the Soft Fork (185 points, 254 comments)
    9. Geth v1.6.7 (AYTABTU - All Your Transaction Are Belong To Us) fresh out the door! (164 points, 64 comments)
    10. Whoa... Geth 1.5 - Ethereum Blog (159 points, 22 comments)
  12. 2830 points, 10 submissions: IDCrypto
    1. Singaporean Dollar Tokenized Through Ethereum’s Blockchain by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (692 points, 84 comments)
    2. Omise Go, Vitalik meet with the Central Bank of Thailand together (469 points, 77 comments)
    3. Porsche to use a private Ethereum based blockchain (282 points, 55 comments)
    4. Toyota Prototypes Ethereum Blockchain Based Car Sharing Uber Alternative (258 points, 27 comments)
    5. Ethereum Developers Are Building a Sharding Solution Using Python (233 points, 29 comments)
    6. Blockchain payments startup TenX joins the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (224 points, 6 comments)
    7. Russian Airline Starts Using Ethereum’s Blockchain in Live Production (201 points, 7 comments)
    8. Russian Politician Calls For Removal of Taxation on Bitcoin and Ethereum (199 points, 12 comments)
    9. ConsenSys Launches Due Diligence for ICOs (146 points, 29 comments)
    10. Ethereum Based EV Charging Stations Come to California (126 points, 14 comments)
  13. 2451 points, 11 submissions: sandakersmann
    1. Vitalik Buterin on Twitter: "I am working 100% on ETH." (361 points, 127 comments)
    2. Ethereum Reaches 50% of Bitcoin's Transaction Volumes (344 points, 78 comments)
    3. Looks like the work on "Mastering Ethereum" has started :) (278 points, 96 comments)
    4. What is Ethereum, and could it actually replace Bitcoin? (250 points, 79 comments)
    5. Gavin Andresen on Twitter: "ETH has 80% of BTC volume and is scaling with little drama. BTC's scaling 'problem' is due to a few 'we know what's best' devs" (229 points, 90 comments)
    6. Ethereum now has more nodes than Bitcoin! (186 points, 25 comments)
    7. Marius Kjærstad on Twitter: "At this pace it won't be many days before #Ethereum facilitates more transactions than #Bitcoin" (174 points, 26 comments)
    8. Raiden Network IoT Demo. Enabling high speed asset transfers for Ethereum. (173 points, 24 comments)
    9. Ethereum is Now the Most Secure Public Blockchain, Overtaking Bitcoin (170 points, 5 comments)
    10. Ethereum: Taking Back Control Of The Internet (Joseph Lubin) (148 points, 11 comments)
  14. 2406 points, 11 submissions: avsa
    1. Starter guide: (almost) all the links you'll need to start understanding ethereum. (429 points, 198 comments)
    2. Update on the White Hat attack (377 points, 262 comments)
    3. ELI5: Byzantium Changes (293 points, 51 comments)
    4. New website: more content, more tutorials, more explanations, more unicorns. It's a new dawn! (217 points, 66 comments)
    5. We are doing a white hat attack on the DAO. (194 points, 267 comments)
    6. Ethereum Name Service Bug Bounty is Live (189 points, 18 comments)
    7. Release 0.8: First Mist Beta is out! Also, Wallet update. (167 points, 87 comments)
    8. New Ethereum Wallet 0.7.5, the "I'm sorry for 0.7.4" version. (150 points, 53 comments)
    9. Wallet and Mist 0.8.2: Coinbase integration, replay protection, new Auth UI and more (144 points, 57 comments)
    10. How to build server less applications for Mist - Ethereum Blog (125 points, 9 comments)
  15. 2064 points, 5 submissions: jbaylina
    1. The WHG has Returned 100% of the Rescued Funds to their Rightful Owners (890 points, 78 comments)
    2. The WHG has Returned ~95% of the Funds and Now Hold Less Than $10 Million Worth of Rescued Funds. (642 points, 70 comments)
    3. A Modified Version of a Common Multisig Had A Vulnerability - The WHG Took Action & Will Return the Funds (284 points, 125 comments)
    4. Follow Up Statement on the ETC Salvaged from attackDAOs (125 points, 155 comments)
    5. Tonight the WHG will begin returning the rescued funds! (123 points, 23 comments)
  16. 2057 points, 7 submissions: andrewkeys
    1. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: EEA adds 86 new members (546 points, 80 comments)
    2. Ethereum is Growing Exponentially in China (439 points, 46 comments)
    3. 10 weeks of Ethereum education, and if you pass the final, you have a chance to be employed at ConsenSys (284 points, 58 comments)
    4. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Enterprise Ethereum Alliance is formed (259 points, 52 comments)
    5. EEA on Bloomberg (216 points, 9 comments)
    6. PRESS RELEASE: Ethereum Solidity now available in Microsoft Visual Studio (164 points, 24 comments)
    7. Check out new uport website (149 points, 40 comments)
  17. 1716 points, 9 submissions: cashitter
    1. Ethereum Is Already Using a Small Country's Worth of Electricity (345 points, 107 comments)
    2. Martin Köppelmann (Founder of Gnosis): I am working 100% on ETH. (291 points, 11 comments)
    3. Right now there are 3 Ethereum related stories on the front page of HackerNews (194 points, 31 comments)
    4. switzerland (Home to the Ethereum Foundation) announced the official deregulation of blockchain startups (169 points, 14 comments)
    5. Apparent Agreement On Block 2,642,462 For The Next Hardfork. (167 points, 33 comments)
    6. [Video]Can Ethereum Restore Online Freedom and Transform the Internet? (145 points, 48 comments)
    7. Even Kuno Goda (Ethereum's very own artist) is working 100% on ETH (144 points, 0 comments)
    8. Real Vitalik got a message from Scam Vitalik (139 points, 7 comments)
    9. Vitalik Buterin Sets Milestones On Ethereum’s Route to Be The ‘World Computer’ (122 points, 21 comments)
  18. 1708 points, 4 submissions: AQuentson
    1. Ethereum Now Has Three Times More Nodes Than Bitcoin (700 points, 108 comments)
    2. Germany’s Energy Giant Launches 100s of Ethereum Based Electric Cars Charging Stations (474 points, 63 comments)
    3. Ethereum Developers Call on Miners to Use the Adaptive Gas Limit (374 points, 53 comments)
    4. Magic Internet Money is Finally a Reality – Web3.0 is Here (160 points, 44 comments)
  19. 1668 points, 2 submissions: PhiStr90
    1. Enterprise Ethereum Alliance Becomes World’s Largest Open-source blockchain Initiative (1202 points, 77 comments)
    2. Ethereum is now for the first time the blockchain with highest mining incentive or simply put 'the most secured' (466 points, 126 comments)
  20. 1642 points, 1 submission: JcsPocket
    1. If this was you, thank you. (1642 points, 170 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. vbuterin (7592 points, 368 comments)
  2. nickjohnson (6037 points, 790 comments)
  3. Souptacular (2572 points, 234 comments)
  4. avsa (2433 points, 234 comments)
  5. insomniasexx (2306 points, 249 comments)
  6. 5chdn (2211 points, 397 comments)
  7. FaceDeer (2085 points, 374 comments)
  8. latetot (2053 points, 371 comments)
  9. aribolab (2043 points, 276 comments)
  10. Huynh_B (1844 points, 10 comments)
  11. Savage_X (1527 points, 166 comments)
  12. ItsAConspiracy (1501 points, 262 comments)
  13. thehighfiveghost (1474 points, 99 comments)
  14. cyounessi (1423 points, 170 comments)
  15. antiprosynthesis (1412 points, 473 comments)
  16. Mr_Yukon_C (1393 points, 167 comments)
  17. NewToETH (1384 points, 126 comments)
  18. huntingisland (1383 points, 348 comments)
  19. karalabe (1382 points, 143 comments)
  20. BullBearBabyWhale (1366 points, 116 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. If this was you, thank you. by JcsPocket (1642 points, 170 comments)
  2. What Happens When you Send a Transaction via MyEtherWallet (A Very Simple Illustration) by insomniasexx (1297 points, 139 comments)
  3. Visa, IBM, Microsoft and USAA have all posted jobs in the past week looking for Ethereum developers by econoar (1212 points, 105 comments)
  4. Enterprise Ethereum Alliance Becomes World’s Largest Open-source blockchain Initiative by PhiStr90 (1202 points, 77 comments)
  5. Local Gym in Cincinnati by flufylobster1 (1159 points, 114 comments)
  6. "If bitcoin is a pocketcalculator ethereum is a brand new iphone" - Germanys second biggest Newspaper on bitcoin by postkasten (1045 points, 99 comments)
  7. Everytime I try explaining Ethereum to skeptics by lafoie (986 points, 170 comments)
  8. Bank of America is looking for developers with a background in Ethereum to help build a new Card Account and real-time settlement system. by econoar (948 points, 107 comments)
  9. Charged a BMW i3 at a "blockchainified" Share&Charge station today. Paid with Ethereum ERC20 Euro tokens through their app. People are now using Ethereum without ever having heard of it. by BullBearBabyWhale (941 points, 118 comments)
  10. Ethereum is under social attack. by maxxflyer (937 points, 350 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 1635 points: Huynh_B's comment in If this was you, thank you.
  2. 468 points: kezekia's comment in I just sent my dad some Ethereum for Father's Day!
  3. 387 points: apoefjmqdsfls's comment in Critical update RE: DAO Vulnerability
  4. 367 points: GBG-glenn's comment in Ethereum Metropolis appears in late September
  5. 328 points: DamosDaze's comment in Introduced Ethereum to my Company
  6. 320 points: mattdf's comment in Plasma: Scalable Autonomous Smart Contracts
  7. 310 points: boomerbrian72's comment in Mozilla offering $2M to anyone who can decentralize the web
  8. 295 points: dillon-nyc's comment in Coindash website HACKED! $5.5 mil gone!
  9. 290 points: bitcoinensowner's comment in Vitalik about Bitcoin implementation on Ethereum : "Does someone want to take on this project?"
  10. 286 points: vbuterin's comment in Critique of Buterin’s “A Proof of Stake Design Philosophy”
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NB: Каталог onion сайтов

Русскоязычные ресурсы, или где есть ссылки на русскоязычные ресурсы в TOR.
Каталоги, wiki, поисковики:
http://hss3uro2hsxfogfq.onion/ Поисковик в сети TOR
http://zqktlwi4fecvo6ri.onion — HiddenWiki
http://dirnxxdraygbifgc.onion/ — Каталог онион сайтов
https://ahmia.fi/search/- домен в клирнете, но ищет в tor. По факту каталог с мордой поисковика
http://kpynyvym6xqi7wz2.onion/links.html— Сборник адресов сайтов, в том числе и онион. Много мертвого, но покопаться можно
Торговые площадки и сервисы:
https://blockchainbdgpzk.onion — Зеркало в онион известного онлайн биткоин-кошелька. Дает из под тора регистрировать кошелек и делать переводы. Есть миксер. Интерфейс русифицирован.
http://rusilkusru6f57uw.onion —Russian SilkRoad. Торговая площадка на базе форума.Работает без JavaScript. Для продавцов статус дилера бесплатный, ежемесячных платежей нет, комиссия по факту сделки(платит продавец или покупатель по договоренности). Есть автоматический прием платежей. Моментальные магазины есть.
http://r2d2akbw3jpt4zbf.onion —R2D2. Торговая площадка на базе форума. Раньше регистрация была по инвайтам. Для работы требует включенного в браузере JavaScript. Статус продавца платный + комиссия (платит продавец или покупатель по договоренности). Автоматического приема платежей нет. Моментальных магазинов нет.
http://amberoadychffmyw.onion —Amberoad. Торговая площадка на базе форума. Для работы частично требует включенного в браузере JavaScript. Для продавцов статус дилера платный + комиссия(платит продавец или покупатель по договоренности) + ежемесячные платежи. Автоматического приема платежей нет. Моментальных магазинов нет.
http://www.lwplxqzvmgu43uff.onion— Runion. До недавнего времени информационный ресурс по безопасности. Сейчас добавили платные услуги по торговле. Написано, что есть автоматическая торговля. Комиссию платит продавец или покупатель по договоренности.
http://malina2ihfyawiau.onion —Malina. Торговая площадка на базе форума. Для работы требует включенного в браузере JavaScript. Статус продавца платный + комиссия (платит продавец или покупатель по договоренности). Автоматического приема платежей нет. Моментальных магазинов нет.
Разное:
http://rospravovkdvaobr.onion —Росправосудие. Зеркало известного сайта в онионе.
http://ajyltarwd6xmvhlu.onion —Русский чат. Тематика не указана.
http://xz5sdhbwrm4vvkxh.onion —Киберберкут в онионе.
Englisn onion
Introduction points, forums, links, search engines, information, chat, personal blogs”normal sites”
The Hidden Wiki http://zqktlwi4fecvo6ri.onion/wiki/index.php/Main_Page
The Uncensored Hidden wiki http://uhwikih256ynt57t.onion/wiki/index.php/Main_Page
Vault 43 (useful) http://vault43z5vxy3vn3.onion/
Imperial Library of TOR http://xfmro77i3lixucja.onion/
Yet another tor directory http://bdpuqvsqmphctrcs.onion/
Grams (search) http://grams7enufi7jmdl.onion/
The Hub (forum) http://thehub7dnl5nmcz5.onion/
Agora Forum http://lacbzxobeprssrfx.onion/
Onion soup (links n stuff) http://soupksx6vqh3ydda.onion/
TORUM (forum) http://torum4kqr55yqui6.onion/
Overchan (alittle of everything it seems) http://oniichanylo2tsi4.onion/
TORCH (search) http://xmh57jrzrnw6insl.onion/
French IRC Tor http://fitwebwmjekqsyrw.onion/
TORsearch http://kbhpodhnfxl3clb4.onion/
Yacy (search) http://yacy2tp5a2dhywmx.onion/
OnionDir (links) http://dirnxxdraygbifgc.onion/
Burnout (links) http://burnoutxf6o2yvsw.onion/
TOR Hidden Service (search) http://msydqstlz2kzerdg.onion/search/
Q&A(like yahoo answers) http://pequ3i77q5l4w4sw.onion/
Benji’s Blog http://sonntag6ej43fv2d.onion/en
Secret Stash (blog) http://dn4hcr3qhlpaiygr.onion/
Cruel Onion forum (forum for “bad* things) http://cruel2ijkqggizy5.onion/forum/
The Plague (links and things) http://zseijor556d5t4yf.onion/
Dark News (forum) http://xhb4vpn4a67sug7t.onion/
Spreadit (looks alittle like reddit) http://jdl3nf2hr3ehzyoc.onion/
Wizardry & Steamwork (search) http://kaarvixjxfdy2wv2.onion/
Myles Braithwaite http://gvvsa367g2zkzjj3.onion/
TOR links http://torlinkbgs6aabns.onion/
Nudist Paradise (site for nudists) http://qvchmzewlf4efhcw.onion/
DeepWeb Ministries (religios site) http://hxnibog5m2ocjeef.onion/
SIN Strategic INtelligence Network (be prepared for any situation) http://4iahqcjrtmxwofr6.onion/
Add any link (links) http://vizpz65utiopch7t.onion/
Shadow Life (news) http://shadow7jnzxjkvpz.onion/
Usenet file search http://wbyi72yt6gitdcqd.onion/
Liberty blog (free blogs) http://crylibertytwta4s.onion/
Intel Exchange (forum) http://rrcc5uuudhh4oz3c.onion/
GUROChan (message board) http://gurochanocizhuhg.onion/
Maxima Culpa (virtual confessions) http://nsmgu2mglfj7za6s.onion/
Onion DIR (links) http://chl7b5p6rr64po3s.onion/
Leonhard Weese (personal blog) http://liongrasr5uy5roo.onion/
YHIMA (links) http://ogbinmlotgjwgkeo.onion/
Sanctioned Suicide (forum) http://suicideocymrgxq7.onion/
anon confessions http://confessx3gx46lwg.onion/
OnionNet (links news etc) http://ubbchzof2pxs4swi.onion/
Surveilance Law http://7vrl523532rjjznj.onion/
BLue Onion (books) http://blue3237xytrz5rk.onion/blueonion/
The Hidden Forum http://ewd5a7hnvc4necnf.onion/index.php
SImple Store http://dharyyzdhok5eudi.onion/store/
Bad Ideas Forum http://7x5rg44gkhtovwjt.onion/forum/index.php
FUD (discussion board) http://bssjumzkbj3vlhiy.onion/
Hidden links http://hidhost5gk6w7ahf.onion/hidlinks/links.php
Facebook on tor? https://facebookcorewwwi.onion/
FBI Chan http://fbichanc6yfagl4l.onion/
Readers Club http://c3jemx2ube5v5zpg.onion/
Weblog http://6e3i6bqjgnmtn3fu.onion/
Marketplaces and stores
EasyCoin – Bitcoin Wallet with free Bitcoin Mixer. http://easycoinsayj7p5l.onion/
WeBuyBitcoins – Sell your Bitcoins for Cash, PP and more. http://jzn5w5pac26sqef4.onion/
OnionWallet – Anonymous Bitcoin Wallet and Bitcoin Laundry. http://ow24et3tetp6tvmk.onion/
EuCanna – ‘First Class Cannabis Healthcare’ http://rso4hutlefirefqp.onion/
Peoples Drug Store – The Darkweb’s Best Drug Supplier! http://newpdsuslmzqazvr.onion/
Smokeables – Finest Organic Cannabis shipped from the USA. http://smoker32pk4qt3mx.onion/
CannabisUK – UK Wholesale Cannabis Supplier. http://fzqnrlcvhkgbdwx5.onion/
DeDope – German Weed and Hash shop. (Bitcoin) http://kbvbh4kdddiha2ht.onion/
BitPharma – EU vendor for cocaine, speed, mdma, psychedelics. http://s5q54hfww56ov2xc.onion/
Brainmagic – Best psychedelics on the darknet. http://ll6lardicrvrljvq.onion/
NLGrowers – Coffee Shop grade Cannabis from the netherlands. http://25ffhnaechrbzwf3.onion/
Kamagra for Bitcoin – Same as Viagra but cheaper! http://k4btcoezc5tlxyaf.onion/
Mobile Store – unlocked iphones and other smartphones. http://mobil7rab6nuf7vx.onion/
UK Guns and Ammo – Selling Guns and Ammo from the UK. http://tuu66yxvrnn3of7l.onion/
Rent-A-Hacker – Hacking, DDOS, Social Engeneering etc. http://2ogmrlfzdthnwkez.onion/
Onion Identity Services – Selling Passports and ID-Cards. http://abbujjh5vqtq77wg.onion/
HQER – High quality euro bills replicas / counterfeits. http://y3fpieiezy2sin4a.onion/
USD Counterfeits – High quality USD counterfeits. http://qkj4drtgvpm7eecl.onion/
USA Citizenship – Get a real USA passport. http://xfnwyig7olypdq5r.onion/
Apples4Bitcoin – Cheap Apple products for Bitcoin. http://tfwdi3izigxllure.onion/
ccPal – CCs, CVV2s, Ebay, Paypals and more. http://3dbr5t4pygahedms.onion/
EuroGuns – Your #1 european arms dealer. http://2kka4f23pcxgqkpv.onion/
UK Passports – Original UK Passports. http://vfqnd6mieccqyiit.onion/
USfakeIDs – High quality USA Fake Drivers Licenses. http://en35tuzqmn4lofbk.onion/
Tech, technology, computers, hackers for hire, hacking/anarchy related materials
MacLemon (security, news, links) http://fzybdgczph7xfdnr.onion/
TOR Status – Tor network status http://jlve2y45zacpbz6s.onion/
TorPGP public key server http://torpgp3ujaysucll.onion/
Altera Praxis (not sure what this is tbh) http://ncivdawfxihoh7sj.onion/about.html
keybase (some sort of hackestalker tool idk) http://fncuwbiisyh6ak3i.onion/
Tor Web Devolper (for hire) http://qizriixqwmeq4p5b.onion/
Web Programmer (for hire) http://kobrabd77ppgjd2r.onion/
Ozy’s Hacking Service (hacker for hire) http://ozy7mnciacbc5idc.onion/
Pioopioo’s Services (hacker for hire) http://rowtogxp2akwem6n.onion/
Hacker place http://hackerw6dcplg3ej.onion/
Parazite (anarchy info mainly) http://kpynyvym6xqi7wz2.onion/
DNS support forum http://mj6vjwhtyahcj6fx.onion/
BitMessage mail gateway http://bitmailendavkbec.onion/
Keys Open Doors http://wdnqg3ehh3hvalpe.onion/
Hidden Service howto http://nfokjgfj3hxs4nwu.onion/
JRAT (java remote administration tool) http://jratoc334zo7zgis.onion/
FILTH (fuck i love to hack) http://om2ak3coziov3dbc.onion/forum/index.php
Onion Domains & MD5sums http://xlmvhk3rpdux26dz.onion/
Soylent News http://skgmctqnhyvfava3.onion/
Bluish Coder http://mh7mkfvezts5j6yu.onion/
Cable Viewer (idk what this is but its techy) http://leakager742hufco.onion/
Xerbot http://xfthw4bq7lx2y726.onion/
Hack Canada http://hackcanl2o4lvmnv.onion/
Imperial anarchist despotism http://rgeo5wj7gneidzh3.onion/
Directory Listing Denied (anon web ftp) http://wtutoxfznz45gf6c.onion/
Anarplex (some kind of computer anarchy) http://y5fmhyqdr6r7ddws.onion/
GhostDeveloper (freelance programmer) http://develggxuazrcokn.onion/
SKS Onion key server http://lbnugoq5na3mzkgv.onion/index.html
GNUPG http://ic6au7wa3f6naxjq.onion/
Cat facts http://2v7ibl5u4pbemwiz.onion/
Chess (game) http://theches3nacocgsc.onion/
Necro town (links n stuff) http://nekrooxwwskakacj.onion/
Encryption Password Generator http://pwgenmwi7eqsys76.onion/
rows.io jabber http://yz6yiv2hxyagvwy6.onion/
M5S leaks http://33pvcdba2nm3afnj.onion/
A cgi proxy http://x5yd2gfthlfgdqjg.onion/
FIT French IRC TOR http://fit2v7z4plpfyh2h.onion/
The Linux Documentation Project http://3c2rvufmbcggnqi6.onion/
Crypto Party http://cpartywvpihlabsy.onion/
Hive Archives http://thehivemwon6a5mp.onion/
txtorcon (python contril library for tor) http://timaq4ygg2iegci7.onion/
Rhodium (science stuff) http://rhodiumio4b7b4rm.onion/
Hackerspace Prague http://pmwdzvbyvnmwobk5.onion/
Political, activists, groups, journalism, whistle blowing etc
Youth Rage forum http://neyigf7eragkp5nq.onion/forum/
Associated Whistleblowers http://w6csjytbrl273che.onion/#/
Community X recruitment http://gp5tycij54ri7xcz.onion/
Code Green (ethical hacktivism) http://pyl7a4ccwgpxm6rd.onion/
Infodio Leaks http://ymi7h25hgp3bj63v.onion/#/
Wiki Leaks http://zbnnr7qzaxlk5tms.onion/
Zwitterion’s Domain http://3il6wiev2pnk7dat.onion/
Secure wildlife whistle blowing http://ppdz5djzpo3w5k2z.onion/#/
Freedom of the press foundation http://freepress3xxs3hk.onion/
the loli advocacy server http://lolikaastbgo5dtk.onion/
Global Leaks http://h73hx2munq7q465s.onion/#/
Tactical Technology http://hrkdpwrkh3lbow2l.onion/
Fund the islamic struggle http://teir4baj5mpvkg5n.onion/
Internet Governance Transparency http://k52lcjc5fws3jbqf.onion/
We fight censorship http://3kyl4i7bfdgwelmf.onion/
Anon Insiders http://imtrjn3qe2tzh5ae.onion/
Map Mos Maiorum (refugee help) http://iuektur6bicvfwcq.onion/ushahidi/
wiki leaks http://jwgkxry7xjeaeg5d.onion/
Anonymity, Security
includes secure email, chat, etc Anonet wiki http://xz2rtmpjjwvdw44p.onion/
Secure Messaging http://sms4tor3vcr2geip.onion/
MailTor http://mailtoralnhyol5v.onion/src/login.php
Lelantos email http://lelantoss7bcnwbv.onion/
Onion Mail http://p6x47b547s2fkmj3.onion/
JitJat (messaging) http://jitjatxmemcaaadp.onion/login.php
TOR PasteBin http://postits4tga4cqts.onion/
RetroShare chat server http://chat7zlxojqcf3nv.onion/
ProtectTOR55 http://protector55z5s7j.onion/
Zerobin http://zerobinqmdqd236y.onion/
TOR chat roulette http://tetatl6umgbmtv27.onion/
SIGAINT (email) http://sigaintevyh2rzvw.onion/
Offshore mail server http://inocncymyac2mufx.onion/
web/irc chat thing http://6ejbuiwnp77gu67h.onion/
FreeFor (chat) http://tns7i5gucaaussz4.onion/
Volatile (chat n stuff) http://vola7ileiax4ueow.onion/
Hosting, web, file, image
Onionweb File Hosting (100mb limit) http://3fnhfsfc2bpzdste.onion/
Hidden Hosting http://7zzohostingx4mes.onion/
Free Hosting links http://a5ok374pjcq7bsyp.onion/
Darknet services http://darknet4x3hcv5zp.onion/
Infernet Dark Hosting http://a5ok374pjcq7bsyp.onion/
IMG.BI (image hosting) http://imgbifwwqoixh7te.onion/
Secure Drop http://v6gdwmm7ed4oifvd.onion/
CYRUSERV http://cyruservvvklto2l.onion/
Free TOR Hosting http://zuxtem3jcv2fvmgk.onion/
Home Hosting (how to) http://dmru36nvfgtywx47.onion/
Real Hosting http://hosting6iar5zo7c.onion/
TorSafe (file hosting) http://torsafeiwttlkul6.onion/accounts/login/
Real Hosting http://ezuwnhj5j6mtk4xr.onion/
TOR VPS http://torvps7kzis5ujfz.onion/index.php/TorVPS
Kowloon (hosting) http://kowloon5aibdbege.onion/
Onion Pastebin http://pastetorziarobi7.onion/
Popfiles (file hosting) http://popfilesxuru7lsr.onion/
Hidden Hosting http://offshore6gq7ykr7.onion/
Darknet Solutions (hosting and design) http://darknet47je5xwm6.onion/
Onion uploader (file hosting up to 100mb) http://nk3k2rsitogzvk2a.onion/
Media, music, movies, art, cartoons, comics etc*
Skeletor.bit http://okzatvfk2jzgvmf4.onion/
Yay Ponies http://ponieslzi3ivbynd.onion/
HFS (music) http://wuvdsbmbwyjzsgei.onion/
Sea Kitten Palace (torrents) http://wtwfzc6ty2s6x4po.onion/
Manga http://negimarxzov6ca4c.onion/
Comics http://7etxnv26hro7mmuu.onion/
Deep Tune (music) http://tune4xs6mj2evcr6.onion/
TorFlix (movies) http://jl4m7ubpotnu2yos.onion/
No name, not sure if its music or speak but its mp3’s http://xf3fjq4b7j6pswuq.onion/
Gone Things (printable images) http://32ixi6myw3things.onion/
ORVoice (music) http://orvoicemur72h7rx.onion/TO
Index of (music) http://uuxrei5or65anucg.onion/
My little pony http://mlpfimf74svi6y4q.onion/s01/
The audiobook vault http://xmctuxj7dsymumwf.onion/
Разное:
DOXBIN http://doxbinbircrfbqvg.onion/ This is a big list of peoples personal information basicly, seems like a dump for info that hackers might want to retreive at a later date, but also seems like a show off site. Im not sure how to interpret all this
Riseup http://zsolxunfmbfuq7wf.onion/rc/
Thunder’s Place (penis enlargement) http://thundersplv36ecb.onion/
Smart5 (forum, for what idk though) http://smart5ywvuwbmzfd.onion/
German TOR Library (documents, files, on what subject idk) http://pqfja3rzroprkfq6.onion
Dying Breed (forum, idk what for) http://g6o7aurv4c3ixalq.onion/index.php
Hers some random cords. lat/long http://4k2oq3fswx35a72s.onion/
Zyprexa kills http://tdkhrvozivoez5ad.onion/
Cat out of the bag http://vkpriz2cjzymgpsp.onion/
XL33tVill3 (links and idk what) http://tt75atziadj4duff.onion/sindex.html
i really dont know what to say http://rjzdqt4z3z3xo73h.onion/
Solar display http://zgypn3izock2oqny.onion/
GIF files (global intelligence files) http://gkqmy7ioqptiru5o.onion/gifiles/
Hacked http://7o46qra2jkz3k3kx.onion/
GreatDumps http://www.greatobxvv7etokq.onion/?login.do/
International journal of proof of concept or GTFO http://pocgtfo7tu77thrp.onion/
Elize chatbot http://opnju4nyz7wbypme.onion/
Cryptome (im not sure where to put this so its here) http://y6q2mnorhmsfdm3r.onion/
Pastebin http://5aklnwbibkhrtbs6.onion/
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