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Risk Management in Crypto Trading

Risk Management in Crypto Trading
Author: Gamals Ahmed, CoinEx Business Ambassador
Financial risk management is one of the most controversial topics in trading. Traders want to reduce the risk and potential loss, but on the other hand, these traders also want at the same time to get the best profits. It is known that in order to obtain greater returns, you also need to take greater risks.
Some may consider trading an entertaining and difficult pastime, but everyone should be aware that the most important aspect of trading is risk management.

What are the different risk management techniques used in trading?

Long-term trading
Stock market traders use historical data to make long-term strategic business decisions. The long-term cryptocurrency strategy depends on current activity, and you will be more inclined towards hopeful information rather than reliable information and more suitable for cryptocurrencies.
Short term trading
Short-term traders benefit from the volatile cryptocurrency market by using swing trading when the price differs in short bursts of movement.
Technical Analysis
Technical analysis of cryptocurrencies requires research into project that affect the market based on price and volume data available through analytical technology.
Fundamental analysis
Traders often look to blogs and information sites and study the whitepaper for cryptocurrencies or cryptocurrency community forums.
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Why should you stick to risk management?

You can get a series of successful deals based on good luck. You can also get a series of bad deals that depend on luck and feel.
It even happens to successful, experienced professional traders that they lose 10 trades in a row. Without risk management, this could result in your capital loss and final exit. The most important goal in trading is to stay in the market and preserve your capital. As long as you are in the market, you can recoup your losses.
If you lose 10% of your capital, this means that you must make a profit of 11.1%. If your budget is $ 1,000 and you lose $ 100 ( ~ to 10%), you’ll have $ 900. $ 100 is 11.1% of that.
This means that losses hurt more than profits of the same size. This becomes worse with more losses. If you lose 50% of your capital, you must double your money to offset the loss.
The new trader’s rule for managing at most risk is 1% of the capital for each trade. If you lose 10 deals in a row (which is unlikely) and lose 1% each time, how much do you have left? Still 90%.
If you risk 2%, what remains for you after losing 10 recurring deals is only 81% of the capital. You have to make 11% or 23% profit to make up for it. Even if you lose 100 deals in a row with a 1% risk management plan in hand, you still have 37%.
A seasoned trader may use 2% occasionally. A trader who risks 10% disappears quickly.
You might be wondering, if I decide to follow risk management with just 1% in the deal, does this mean that I can only invest 1% of the capital for each transaction? No. This is the ratio for determining the maximum acceptance of a loss from a single trade.
Initial decisions
I assume you know your total capital, no matter if it is $ 100 or $ 1 billion. The main point is to have a specific budget available. Do not use borrowed money, which you have to repay in a deadline. Do not use money you need in the future. If you are emotionally attached to this money, these emotions will make you feel stressed. You want to be a successful trader and not an emotional gambler.
The next step is to find a deal. It does not matter if you do this daily and trade specific currencies or not. You have tools like fundamental and technical analysis to research deals. Immediately before entering into a trade, there is a basic calculation that must be performed:
Determine the entry price, stop loss and the amount of risk.
Well, the risk is easy. We already know that we will choose 1%.
The entry price is also easy. It could be the current market price or the limit you set for your order.
Now, stop loss: it is necessary to know and set the stop loss before entering a trade. Another rule is that you are not allowed to adjust your stop loss afterward to accept more losses.
How to determine the stop loss? Technical analysis is the only method available regardless of the random selection of something. Perhaps you will use something like “beyond the next support level (or resistance)” or “the other side of the trend line we just broke”.
Now we have the four components of risk management: budget size, entry price, stop-loss and risk-taking. The time to use the calculator.
The size of the deal
Now to find out how much money you are allowed to invest in this deal.
Transaction Size = (Risk Size * Budget) / (Entry Price — Stop Loss)
For example: If you have a budget $ 1,000 and want to buy bitcoin for $ 2,300 with a stop loss $ 2,200 and a risk 1%, then this means: The deal size is (1% * $ 1,000) / ($ 2,300 — $ 2,200) ) = $ 10 / $ 100 = 0.1.
So in this example you are allowed to buy 0.1 Bitcoin units for this trade.
You must make this account before every trade! Even if you do, you will encounter errors sometimes, but risk management will help you to preserve your capital. Courage will shout at you to take greater risks, because you are very sure of your prediction. But always remember, to succeed you must stick to your stop loss and strategy.
Setting goals
Before entering into a position, you must also have a target price in mind for sale. The risk must be doubled. If you risk 1% of your capital, the potential profit must be 2–3% of your capital. If the goal for profit is equal to stopping the loss, you must stay away from trading and ignore this deal.
This does not mean that you will always reach or lose your goal. You are allowed to manually track stop loss or exit early. However, the goal should be possible given the volatility of the market you are in.
Level of risk
Well, I got away from the plan and ignored your strategy. The deal entered without due diligence. whatever. How much risk did you just take?
You know your budget, entry price and deal size. You must quickly define the next stop loss. How much risk?
Risk = (Trade Size * (Entry Point — Stop Loss)) / Budget
For example, I bought 0.3 bitcoin at a price of $ 2,500 with a budget of $ 1,000. Stop loss is $ 2345. This means that the risk is (0.3 * 155 dollars) / 1000 dollars = 4.64%.
Risk reduction
Now for some good things that can’t be used practically, however, the concepts are sound. Why the reader may ask 1% risk? Is it just a rule? Is there an ideal ratio? In theory, yes there is. We can use the Kelly standard. The formula is simple:
Risk = p-((1-p)/r
Getting those variables P and R is difficult. You have to know your profit rate, which is the number of times your goals are reached. You also need a profit-to-loss ratio, which is the average profit per trade.
For example, if you earn 47% of the time and 117% of your average capital, then the ideal risk is 1.7%.
In practice you don’t really know this specifically or variables p and r, so I recommend sticking to 1% as the basis for risk management.

Risk Management Tips for Cryptocurrency Investment

1. You should never risk more than you can afford to lose.
However, this error is very common, especially among Crypto traders who are just starting out. The Crypto market is very difficult to predict, so traders who want to invest more than they can actually put themselves at risk of market and losing their money.
2. Don’t trade by all of your capital at same time.
Anything can affect the Crypto market. The smallest news can affect the price of a particular currency in a negative or positive way. Instead of trade with everything you own”, it is better to follow a more moderate path and trade reasonable amounts of your capital.
3. Improve your risk management performance
Fortunately, there are several ways to help avoiding these mistakes and avoid loss. You must have a well-tested trading plan that includes all the details of managing financial risk in Crypto. The trading plan should be practical — and you should be able to follow its steps easily. Experts recommend that it is better to focus on high-probability deals.
Crypto trading involves a high degree of risk, so it is essential that you be disciplined in all of your financial transactions. You should also be able to pay extra attention to your past mistakes, and practice trading activities in a demo account first. The time and effort you spend in creating a trading plan is often considered a major investment that helps you achieve a profit-able future.
4. Control your emotions and risk management
As a Crypto trader, you need to be able to control your feelings and emotions towards your open, future, and closed positions as well! If you cannot control your feelings, you will not be able to reach a position where you can make the profits you want to trade. Market sentiment can often trap traders in volatile positions in the market. This is one of the most common market risk for Crypto trading. Those with stubborn nature tend not to do well in the Crypto market.
These types of traders tend to wait too long to exit the trade. When a trader realizes his mistake, he must leave the market as soon as possible, to take the least possible loss. Waiting too long can cause you to lose a large portion of your capital. Once you exit the deal, you need to be patient and re-enter the market when it presents a real new opportunity.
5. Basic concepts in risk management
To reduce the financial market risk for trading Cryptocurrency, you will need to remember some of the basic points mentioned below:
The evaluation of money changes, and often affects companies and individuals participating in global stock exchanges.
Liabilities, assets and fund flows are affected by changes in exchange rates.
By trading small amounts of your capital and monitoring market movements, you will be able to see these concepts take hold throughout your daily trading sessions.
6. Important tips for developing a risk management plan model
Below is a series of simple tips that you can consider and include in the financial risk management plan model when trading Crypto, which may help you reduce trading losses associated with market risks:
1. Stop losses
Trading without a stop loss is like driving a car without braking at full speed — it won’t end well. Likewise, once your stop loss is set, you should never lower it. There is no point in having a safety net in place if you are not going to use it properly.
The goal of stopping a loss is to limit the size of the potential loss in order to be able to in-crease your total profits, and what needs to be done on the other side is to set profit-taking orders as well!
2. Do not link all your investments in one place
This applies to all types of investment, and Crypto is no exception. Crypto should be part of your portfolio, but not complete it. Another way that you can expand it is to invest or trade more than one crypto coin.
3. The general trend is your companion
You may have made the decision to be a long-term trader, with plans to keep these deals for an extended period of time. However, regardless of the deal you ultimately decided to take, you should not resist current market trends or movements. There will always be strong players in the market, and the best way to keep up with them is to absorb such changes and follow the general trend, and change your strategies to reflect this.
4. Keep teaching yourself
The best way to learn the financial risk management system in Crypto and become an efficient and successful Crypto trader is to know how the market works. However, as we mentioned earlier, the market is constantly changing, so if you want to stay ahead of your game, you have to be always ready to learn new things and update yourself about market changes.
5. Use the plug-in
To advance in Crypto, you may want to use some trading software that can help you settle your choices. However, these systems are not ideal, so it is best to use them as a consulting tool, and something to refer to rather than use as a basis for making business decisions.
6. Limiting the use of leverage
It can be very tempting to use leverage to make big profits. However, this can make it easy for you to lose a huge portion of your capital, too. So do not support the use of giant leverage. All it takes is one quick change in market direction, and you can easily delete your entire trading account.
Crypto risk management is not difficult to understand and implement. But in order to invest in any financial instruments, whether it be bonds, exchange-traded funds, stocks, contracts for the difference in prices or cryptocurrencies, you need to acquire advanced knowledge in the field of risk management. The hard part is having enough self-discipline to adhere to the rules of this risk management plan as the market moves against your positions.
The content is for opinion sharing only and should not be relied upon to make any investment decisions.
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Podcast-PlayList vom Dienstag, 12.05.2020

Die gesamte Tages-PlayList
Tagestipps
Sendung Titel
BR Kalenderblatt 12.5.1912 Jungfernfahrt der Wendelsteinbahn (1)
BR Wissen Entfremdung - Philosophie der Zerrissenheit (2)
BR Wissen Martin Buber - Was ist der Mensch? (3)
HR Der Tag Verfolgen statt Löschen! - Hasskommentare im Netz (4)
SWR Zeitwort 12.5.1818: Die Württembergische Spar-Casse wird gegründet (5)
WDR Zeitzeichen Florence Nightingale, Krankenpflegerin (Geburtstag 12.5.1820) (6)
WDR Feature Oury Jalloh (1/5) - Die Leiche ist schuld (7)
News
Zeit Titel wo min
05:09 Corona in Russland: Lockdown-Lockerung trotz trauriger Rekordzahlen (Wilczynski, Martha) DRK 3:00 ?
05:21 90 Prozent der Corona-Toten älter als 70 - Schwedens Altenpflege in der Kritik (Schmiester, Carsten) DLF 2:50 ?
05:40 Vielen Anti-Lockdown-Demonstranten in den USA geht es um die nackte Existenz (Hesse, Sebastian) DLF 3:19 ?
05:45 Auch deutsche Außenpolitik am Limit - Diplomatie in Zeiten von Corona (Kostolnik, Barbara) DLF 4:05 ?
06:09 #MeToo: WDR-Journalistin wirft frz. Ex-Präsident sexuelle Belästigung vor (Stracke, Ann-Kathrin) DRK 7:45 ?
06:11 Tesla widersetzt sich Behörden in Kalifornien - Produktion wieder aufgenommen (Schuler, Marcus) DLF 2:13 ?
06:45 Bewaffnete Drohnen für die Bundeswehr? - Nach Fach-Anhörung im Bundestag (Remme, Klaus) DLF 3:44 ?
07:15 Droht EU-Vertragsverletzungsverfahren? - Interview Markus Ferber, CSU-MdEP (Barenberg, Jasper) DLF 13:35 ?
07:20 US-Politik: Zuviel Macht der 70plus Generation (Friedman, Max Paul) DRK 4:40 ?
08:15 Proteste gegen Corona-Regeln - Interview Bernhard Pörksen, Medienwissenschaftler (Barenberg, Jasper) DLF 12:48 ?
08:45 Das Wichtigste heute Morgen (Barenberg, Jasper) DLF 4:06 ?
08:45 Demos und 'Covidioten' - Was gerade in der Kommunikation schiefläuft (Hielscher, Diane) DLF 5:49
11:10 Krise macht erfinderisch: Sido gibt ein Konzert vor parkenden Autos (Kniep, Uli) DRK 7:27 ?
11:21 Innere Gezeiten: Modern Studies mit dem Album 'Weight Of The Sun' (Schneider, Dirk) DRK 6:22 ?
12:32 Sich wieder öffnen? Von Diskussionen um Grenzöffnungen Tourismusofferten (Mastrobuoni, Tonia) DRK 3:29 ?
13:11 Washington: Vor Supreme-Court-Anhörung zu Trumps Steuererklärung (Kößler, Thilo) DLF 3:55 ?
13:36 Bitcoin-Halving in der Nacht: Warum die Produktion halbiert wird (Brenneis, Friedemann) DLF 4:16 ?
14:17 Vergessene Helden der Corona-Krise? PflegerInnen gehen auf die Straße (Petermann, Anke) DLF 5:41 ?
14:35 Asperger - Ein Comicheld mit Schwierigkeiten bei Kontrollverlust (Podcast) (Ufer, Gesa) DRK 6:29 ?
15:09 Jetzt auch noch Sido? Rap und Verschwörungstheorien (Barbian, Alex) DRK 7:05 ?
15:22 'Die Königin'- der dänische Oscarkandidat mit Trine Dyrholm läuft als VoD (Albrecht, Jörg) DLF 4:53 ?
15:55 Dank TikTok-Tanz zum Hit - Drakes Single 'Toosie Slide' (Wohlrath, Vanessa) DRK 6:11 ?
16:12 Heiße Luft? Bayern lässt die freien KünstlerInnen hängen (Krone, Tobias) DLF 8:14 ?
16:30 Homo sapiens, Gesten, Seetang (Baumhöfer, Kathrin) DLF 5:14
16:38 Kommentare: Pro und Contra zu Grenzöffnungen (Koch, Tonia; Watzke, Michael) DRK 5:47 ?
17:09 Wie kann eine Verlagerung der Medikamentenproduktion nach Europa gelingen? (Glaeske, Gerd) DRK 8:07 ?
18:18 Hat Trump versagt? Dr. Fauci vor dem Senatssausschuss (Sarre, Claudia) DLF 1:25 ?
18:30 Großbritannien weiter im Lockdown - Wie die Krise das Land verändert (Weltzeit) (Meurer, Friedbert; Burkhard, Birke; Hüttl, Tina) DRK 22:05 ?
18:40 Ansteckende Arbeitsbedingungen: Wenn der Job in der Corona-Krise zur Gefahr wird (Stange, Jennifer) DLF 18:59 ?
19:05 Nach Gerichtsurteil in Niedersachsen: Kippt jetzt die Quarantänepflicht? (Mohaupt, Dietrich) DLF 3:14 ?
19:15 Schuld und Schulden - Deutschland und die Frage der Reparationen (Leue, Vivien) DLF 43:45 ?
23:42 SPD-Personalien: Nahles geht zur Post und Schwesig genesen (Capellan, Frank) DLF 3:38
23:45 You never beat New York! - wie Stars für die Stadt sammeln (Passenheim, Antje) DRK 3:53 ?
Infos
(#) Info
(1) Eine Mammutaufgabe und aus der Sicht der Einheimischen ein sinnloses Projekt: Wer sollte mit einem Zug zu Berge fahren wollen? Wir, meinten dazu Touristen. Ihnen kam der Bau der Wendelsteinbahn entgegen.
(2) Viele Menschen fühlen sich fremd: im Job, in ihren Beziehungen, in der rasant getakteten Welt. Ihre Sinne verkümmern, sie vereinsamen, werden krank und brennen aus. Warum tun sie sich das an? Gibt es einen Ausweg? (BR 2018)
(3) Am Du zum Ich werden: Das ist ein Kernsatz von Bubers dialogischer Philosophie. Denn wir gründen im Miteinander mit der Natur, unseren Mitmenschen und dem Grund des Lebens - und werden so zu dem Menschen, der wir sind.
(4) Hass im Netz ist zu einem gesellschaftlichen Problem geworden. Niemand ist nicht gefährdet. Anfänglich setzte der Staat nur auf Löschpflichten der Internetplattformen. Inzwischen sollen die Hetzer spüren, dass ihr verbales Gift auch strafrechtlich relevant ist. Ein besonders unkonventioneller Ansatz findet sich in Hessen. Seit einem halben Jahr kooperieren die Generalstaatsanwaltschaft und ihre Zentralstelle zur Bekämpfung der Internetkriminalität (ZIT) mit der Zivilgesellschaft, u.a. mit HateAid, einer Organisation von Aktivisten, die volksverhetzende Posts und beleidigende Tweets in den Maileingang der Staatsanwälte befördern und anzeigen. Bis Anfang April wurden mehr als 140 Ermittlungsverfahren eingeleitet. Leider mit mäßigem Erfolg. Es fehlt an Kooperationsbereitschaft der Plattformbetreiber, deren Sitz häufig im Ausland ist. Aber auch an Identifizierbarkeit der Menschen hinter den anonymen Accounts. Was könnte helfen? Die grenzüberschreitende Erhebung elektronischer Beweismittel? Eine gesetzliche Meldepflicht für Hassspots?
(5) Es war ein Hilfs-Programm "zum Besten der ärmeren Volksklassen". Nach Hungersnöten sollten die Württemberger einen bescheidenen Wohlstand aufbauen können.
(6) Zur Legende wurde sie schon zu Lebzeiten als die „Lady mit der Lampe“, als die liebevoll sorgende Krankenschwester im Krimkrieg. Doch Florence Nightingale war viel mehr als die gute Seele, die nachts ihre Runden durch das Lazarett drehte. Sie sorgt dafür, dass die Todesrate in Lazaretten von 42 auf 2 Prozent sinkt, treibt Gesetzesinitiativen zur Kanalisierung von Privathäusern voran, und damit die Lebenserwartung um 20 Jahre nach oben. Ihr Rezept: Hygiene. Autor: Martin Herzog
(7) Folge 1: Kaum eine Stunde nach der Entdeckung der verkohlten Leiche haben sich die Verantwortlichen der Dessauer Polizei festgelegt: Der Mann in der Zelle soll sich selbst angezündet haben. Sie werden an dieser Version festhalten; über viele Jahre und Gerichtsverhandlungen hinweg, gegen jede Logik und immer neue Indizien. Es kann nicht sein, was nicht sein darf. // Von Margot Overath / WDR 2020 / www.radiofeature.wdr.de
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ASIC Resistant Hard Fork Discussion Overview

I am speaking on behalf of myself, Hudson Jameson, and not on behalf of the Ethereum Foundation or any other entity. However, I am a lawyedoctor and this post is both medical and legal advice. Just kidding, it isn't.
Hey all!
I've been closely following the debate that has been happening across social media and chat channels the past 2 weeks regarding the possibility of designing and implementing a new ASIC resistant proof-of-work algorithm. The debate is over whether or not we should hard fork the Ethereum network in order to prevent ASIC miners from operating. I am in the unique position of organizing and running the bi-weekly core developer meetings and have been active in the ecosystem for a while. I want to make sure both sides feel like they are heard. This post is meant to provide context and offer next steps for both sides of the argument.

Facts

This next section is my best effort at summarizing the arguments from both sides. I am numbering them to make it easier to reference a specific argument for or against.

Pro ASIC Resistance (PAR)

There are 2 great resources that provide more detail to these bullet points.
  1. Medium Article - Why Ethereum should adjust algo on next planned Hardfork? From a Miner’s perspective by bitsbetrippin.
  2. /EtherMining Thread - Regarding Threads on Bitmain and ASIC Resistance (Mega Thread!) by Robbbbbbbbb.

Pro Doing Nothing (PDN)

There are 2 great resources that provide more detail to these bullet points.
  1. Blog post - Anti-ASIC Forks Considered Harmful by Phil Daian.
  2. Ethereum Core Developer Meeting #36 Notes/Video. Arguments described in the recent core developer meeting have a timestamp linking to the video.

How long until Casper is launched?

This seems to be a sticking point in many of the arguments. Here is the latest: Researchers are in the process of finalizing the code for the 2nd stage of the testnet with the goal of completing and freezing the full specification of the Casper PoS algorithm. geth and Parity could start implementing parts of the Casper today. Casper is currently being formally verified by Runtime Verification which should take another 4-5 months to complete. Multiple academic groups are also looking at Casper. A formal EIP on Casper is being worked on and will be released for review in the next 2 weeks. The plan is to have Runtime Verification formally verify Casper, relaunch a custom Casper testnet with specs from the EIP, relaunch the contract on an Ethereum testnet, and finally launch Casper on the mainnet. There is no official timeline and there is unlikely to be one, in my opinion, until we get much closer to Casper being formally verified. (40:23)

So what now?

Well I for one am going to make myself a whiskey. Not because this was stressful, but because I enjoy whiskey. I actually find this pretty fun.
Anyways, if you are in the PAR group I suggest you act on your convictions and help with some of the EIPs being produced. If you are in the PDN group you can provide counter-arguments to the PAR group in forums/chat rooms. Currently the rough consensus of Ethereum core developers is that of the PDN group. However, my experience is that they are open to whatever the community wants as long as community consensus, or something close to it, can be demonstrated. There are many ways to determine this, including voting and discussions and EIPs. I encourage everyone to participate in this process.

You said a thing wrong!

If you feel like I left off an argument or made a mistake in this post let me know in the comments. I'll track edits at the bottom of this post.
Later!
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Subreddit Stats: Monero top posts from 2019-01-07 to 2020-01-05 20:57 PDT

Period: 363.37 days
Submissions Comments
Total 1000 32255
Rate (per day) 2.75 88.32
Unique Redditors 413 4359
Combined Score 87276 146123

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    6. PSA: Mine Monero to Support the Network (77 points, 80 comments)
    7. Looking for ways to help, volunteer, or contribute to the Monero community? Look no further! (70 points, 20 comments)
    8. SWOT Analysis of Monero [draft] (59 points, 35 comments)
    9. Monero Konferenco Press Release (55 points, 9 comments)
    10. A Simplified Guide to Monero Wallets, from Monero Outreach (40 points, 9 comments)
  6. 1220 points, 9 submissions: geonic_
    1. Monero is second only to Bitcoin in terms of number of commits for the past 4 years! (269 points, 59 comments)
    2. Joe Weisenthal (Bloomberg): Until true anonymity (or near anonymity) is developed into Bitcoin, it's still incomplete, and not delivering on its promise. Without anonymity, there's no censorship resistance, and no store of value. (173 points, 38 comments)
    3. Nick Szabo puts Monero on an equal footing with Bitcoin: “deeply safe Bitcoin & Monero” (170 points, 41 comments)
    4. Chainalysis: Bitcoin is the most popular cryptocurrency accepted on dark markets, followed by Monero. Dark web spending to reach $1B this year. (150 points, 39 comments)
    5. BTC maximalist QOTD: “If you send me bitcoin, I would prefer if you used coinjoin first. I would prefer to not know the history of your sats. Don't put that liability on me. Thanks.” (142 points, 45 comments)
    6. Peter Todd wishes Bitcoin had perpetual inflation -- 2140 is much closer than you think (101 points, 89 comments)
    7. nopara73, creator of Wasabi Wallet: "Compared to privacy coins Wasabi is just a temporary hack. I think without Confidential Transactions, as the transaction fees grow, privacy will be priced out of Bitcoin's main chain." (95 points, 48 comments)
    8. Scott Stornetta, inventor of the first blockchain: “When I first read the Bitcoin white paper I thought [...] there’s no privacy at all here! What you’ve got is a completely traceable record of what’s going on.” @12:00 (68 points, 17 comments)
    9. Let's discuss: is Monero a privacy tool (i.e. Tor, CoinJoin, etc.) or a secure layer one protocol (https)? how aligned is it with Bitcoin ideologically (consider current vs original Bitcoin ideology)? is Monero's blockchain a temporary solution? (52 points, 27 comments)
  7. 1186 points, 12 submissions: hyc_symas
    1. RandomX Audit Status (148 points, 29 comments)
    2. RandomX Status Update (134 points, 82 comments)
    3. RandomX Audit Status - Final (130 points, 54 comments)
    4. RandomX Audit Status (116 points, 9 comments)
    5. RandomX Audit Status (110 points, 24 comments)
    6. RandomX testnet (99 points, 23 comments)
    7. Blockchain Growth stats (87 points, 26 comments)
    8. RandomX Auditor Selection (86 points, 47 comments)
    9. CCS: RandomX Audit now in Funding Required (78 points, 45 comments)
    10. RandomX Audit Funding Request (76 points, 14 comments)
  8. 1171 points, 13 submissions: Thunderosa
    1. Blend in the Crowd with Carbon Chamaeleon v0.15.0.0 (161 points, 25 comments)
    2. @monero Twitter banner (141 points, 25 comments)
    3. A little Christmas card for my favorite freaks. Happy Holidays! (136 points, 4 comments)
    4. Boron Butterfly ASCII (117 points, 23 comments)
    5. Monero Torch (111 points, 73 comments)
    6. Konferenco funding! (105 points, 19 comments)
    7. supportxmr-gui Update - Twice the features, half the size. All vanilla. (98 points, 15 comments)
    8. Happy 5th (70 points, 16 comments)
    9. Explore the expert speakers and important topics of Monero Konferenco 2019! (57 points, 11 comments)
    10. RandomX - Monero and Arweave to Validate New Proof-of-Work Algorithm (52 points, 12 comments)
  9. 1129 points, 14 submissions: pinkphloid
    1. [NEWS] CAKE WALLET for Monero has crossed 20,000 unique installs on iOS. (123 points, 69 comments)
    2. [PUBLIC BETA] Cake Wallet for Monero is now available on Android! (104 points, 48 comments)
    3. Going to the Monero Konferenco? Don’t miss MoneroTalk’s party Saturday night Casa De Monero! It’s THE party of the weekend! (99 points, 13 comments)
    4. [UPDATE] Cake Wallet version 3.1.7, now with Address book, Back-up to iCloud and other locations, and BCH is back in the exchange! (92 points, 70 comments)
    5. [UPDATE] Cake Wallet version 3.1.17 with Hidden balance mode plus other new useful features! (90 points, 16 comments)
    6. Cake Wallet is hiring! (88 points, 14 comments)
    7. If you like using Cake Wallet, please vote! Thank you 🙏🏼🙏🏼 (87 points, 20 comments)
    8. NYC Monero meetup featuring guest speaker Justin Ehrenhofer of XMR Community Work Group. - by Cake Wallet and Monero Talk (82 points, 10 comments)
    9. [UPDATE] Cake Wallet - Version 3.1.20 Black Forest Cake Edition (73 points, 23 comments)
    10. Cake Wallet (small news) - we have acquired the domain cakewallet.com! (67 points, 16 comments)
  10. 1054 points, 13 submissions: jman76358
    1. Monero receives A rating (194 points, 43 comments)
    2. Exodus Wallet now supports Monero (128 points, 38 comments)
    3. I tell a lot of people about Monero who don't know anything about crypto and they instantly get it. They ask me the same thing over and over, so why do people still use Bitcoin? (127 points, 119 comments)
    4. How trustyworthy is the Cake wallet for iOS? (80 points, 43 comments)
    5. Why don't other coin devs like talking about fungibility? They seem to shrug it off even though it's a necessary component to being a currency. (77 points, 85 comments)
    6. Any idea what's going on with the Official Monero Twitter page? (67 points, 33 comments)
    7. Should Quantum Resistance research for XMR be started soon? I would love to see what the great minds of the dev community could come up with ! (64 points, 55 comments)
    8. The End of Mainstream Privacy is Upon Us (62 points, 28 comments)
    9. Non-KYC exchanges coming to an end, even for small amounts. DEX with Monero as main coin when? (57 points, 18 comments)
    10. I find it funny that people think the gov doesn’t want people to use bitcoin, trust me , they’re estatic that people want to voluntarily be tracked and surveilled. (55 points, 45 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. dEBRUYNE_1 (9070 points, 1572 comments)
  2. OsrsNeedsF2P (5373 points, 757 comments)
  3. hyc_symas (2954 points, 332 comments)
  4. gingeropolous (2345 points, 313 comments)
  5. SamsungGalaxyPlayer (1897 points, 271 comments)
  6. rbrunner7 (1844 points, 299 comments)
  7. spirtdica (1835 points, 544 comments)
  8. pebx (1596 points, 318 comments)
  9. SarangNoether (1244 points, 115 comments)
  10. Same_As_It_Ever_Was (1234 points, 248 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. VLC accepts XMR for donations. Owner has turned down millions to keep it open source and ad-free. by tempMonero123 (468 points, 34 comments)
  2. Monero’s New Mascot by deepdarksea (433 points, 33 comments)
  3. Monero fashion spotted in the wild by Peterb88 (406 points, 34 comments)
  4. Found this in Basel, Switzerland. Then bought 0.968745 with no ID. by _0_1 (395 points, 120 comments)
  5. Bye-bye ASIC's! :-) by TheFuzzStone (357 points, 167 comments)
  6. Art by me by nikitko13 (328 points, 58 comments)
  7. Analysis: More than 85% of the current Monero Hashrate is ASICs and each machine is doing 128 kh/s by MoneroCrusher (324 points, 427 comments)
  8. Hi guys, long time no see 😁 this is what I do when not painting. Tools are printed on 3D printer. by cryptopaintings (322 points, 47 comments)
  9. Alright everybody pack it up. US Attorney General says encryption creates a security risk; if your wallet requires a password to unlock, you're doing acts that are used by terrorists, and it's time to stop. by OsrsNeedsF2P (317 points, 56 comments)
  10. India's ban could be Monero's boon by whotookmycrypto (313 points, 60 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 175 points: MoneroTipsBot's comment in Soon ™
  2. 139 points: MoneroCrusher's comment in Analysis: More than 85% of the current Monero Hashrate is ASICs and each machine is doing 128 kh/s
  3. 132 points: jonaemahina's comment in Kidnappers demand Monero ransom for wife of one of the Richest men in Norway.
  4. 116 points: leonardochaia's comment in Monero's Fluffypony reveals why he stepped down
  5. 111 points: katiecharm's comment in Tax Ramifications of Buying Coffee with Cryptocurrency
  6. 102 points: AlexAnarcho's comment in Kidnappers demand Monero ransom for wife of one of the Richest men in Norway.
  7. 100 points: fluffyponyza's comment in Fluffypony Appreciation Thread
  8. 96 points: Same_As_It_Ever_Was's comment in [Moderation Announcement] Religion related posts are now considered off-topic and will be removed
  9. 94 points: Flenst's comment in Security Warning: CLI binaries available on getmonero.org may have been compromised at some point during the last 24h.
  10. 93 points: moneroh's comment in Name Monero 0.14!
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Found this in the San Francisco financial district.

Found this in the San Francisco financial district. submitted by rya_nc to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Mike Maloney is pro Bitcoin (Cash) and calls core a speculative vehicle

From Bitcoin To Hashgraph: The Crypto Revolution - Hidden Secrets Of Money Ep 8
The whole thing is really worth watching..
Taken from one of the comments in the comment section:
Yesterday:
12:46 - "Bitcoin is both a currency and a payment system"
26:30 - "There's a small transaction fee"
30:40 "The answer to mankinds problems, a simple medium of exchange"
Today:
38:58 - "was once fast and cheap is now slow and expensive"
39:05 - "bitcoin forking into multiple versions and alternative cryptocurrencies gaining market shares"
50:05 - "it's no longer a currency only a speculative vehicle for people to make gains from and not something which you could use in starbucks to buy a cup of coffee"
50:20 - "a friend of mine just did a transaction that took 4 hours for a confirmation"
51:20 - "some cryptocurrencies offer the ability to pay extra to have your transaction mined first and that really is not fair; a distributed ledger should record every transaction at the absolute time of event"
1:10:40 - "what has happend to bitcoin is that it is no longer the promise of a currency"
1:10:55 - "nobody is using it for transactions they're using it as a speculation now. So it's not living up to the original promise what bitcoin was supposed to be."
Bitcoin (Cash) lives up to all of the original Bitcoins promises.
Well said..
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Traveling abroad soon. Can I use Bitcoin as a way to transfer and convert fiat?

I'm traveling from the US to France in the near future. Is there a reasonable way to convert BTC to Euros while in Paris? I want to avoid carrying cash on the plane.
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CryptoClassifiedIndex 2018-12-16

Hello, everyone.
From Sunday, December 9th to Sunday, December 16th the Total Index was up 0.96% and the Auto Index was down 3.91%.
Currently the index tracks classified ad postings that accept crypto as payment for goods and services. These ads are sourced from a major classified ad publisher and the markets include the twelve largest US metropolitan areas. I plan to release weekly information from this post onward. The anchor days will be Sunday with a publishing date of either Sunday or Monday.
If you find this information useful and would like to support the Index please consider donating.
I'm just one guy and it takes time and effort to compile all of this! :)
Contact me for a donation address. I accept both Bitcoin and Litecoin.

Total Index Daily

Location 2018-12-16 2018-12-15 2018-12-14 2018-12-13 2018-12-12 2018-12-11 2018-12-10 2018-12-09
New York 1791 1862 1764 1840 1784 1835 1930 1892
LA 3493 3519 3392 3407 3404 3494 3474 3269
Chicago 1556 1580 1507 1577 1532 1577 1511 1437
Dallas 2351 2359 2337 2359 2367 2379 2345 2349
Houston 1436 1428 1412 1427 1422 1443 1453 1425
Washington DC 783 798 767 768 746 768 783 742
Miami 1417 1424 1416 1420 1423 1448 1431 1393
Philly 709 699 696 711 703 713 719 718
Atlanta 1414 1428 1410 1426 1438 1458 1476 1466
Boston 717 715 686 696 677 707 738 720
Phoenix 1769 1784 1761 1773 1781 1795 1760 1710
SanFran 3166 3309 3149 3231 3220 3312 3377 3285
Total Index 20602 20905 20297 20635 20497 20929 20997 20406
Change -1.45% 3.00% -1.64% 0.67% -2.06% -0.32% 2.90% -3.30%

Automobile Index Daily

Location 2018-12-16 2018-12-15 2018-12-14 2018-12-13 2018-12-12 2018-12-11 2018-12-10 2018-12-09
New York 562 561 553 564 561 555 588 593
LA 928 941 901 899 924 939 960 939
Chicago 323 319 309 318 313 317 312 313
Dallas 386 386 384 377 374 372 380 391
Houston 316 320 306 302 310 319 320 313
Washington DC 191 196 198 199 199 203 200 193
Miami 297 320 316 316 319 323 322 308
Philly 225 224 223 229 224 230 232 235
Atlanta 298 307 307 325 330 338 333 325
Boston 235 234 231 242 236 245 255 244
Phoenix 312 326 319 325 323 326 322 308
SanFran 1020 1073 1052 1073 1101 1128 1101 1138
Total Auto Index 5093 5207 5099 5169 5214 5295 5325 5300
Change -2.19% 2.12% -1.35% -0.86% -1.53% -0.56% 0.47% -2.36%

Total Index Weekly

Location 2018-12-16 2018-12-09 2018-12-02 2018-11-25
New York 1791 1892 1866 1768
LA 3493 3269 3421 3227
Chicago 1556 1437 1538 1549
Dallas 2351 2349 2379 2374
Houston 1436 1425 1388 1389
Washington DC 783 742 788 729
Miami 1417 1393 1395 1387
Philly 709 718 702 734
Atlanta 1414 1466 1491 1458
Boston 717 720 711 680
Phoenix 1769 1710 1735 1753
SanFran 3166 3285 3436 3373
Total Index 20602 20406 20850 20421
Change 0.96% -2.13% 2.10% X

Auto Index Weekly

Location 2018-12-16 2018-12-09 2018-12-02 2018-11-25
New York 562 593 589 606
LA 928 939 923 923
Chicago 323 313 302 321
Dallas 386 391 393 368
Houston 316 313 322 323
Washington DC 191 193 175 192
Miami 297 308 337 340
Philly 225 235 232 247
Atlanta 298 325 330 314
Boston 235 244 248 240
Phoenix 312 308 326 350
SanFran 1020 1138 1174 1194
Total Auto Index 5093 5300 5351 5418
Change -3.91% -0.95% -1.24% X
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Podcast-PlayList vom Donnerstag, 08.11.2018

Die gesamte Tages-PlayList
Tagestipps
Sendung Titel
BR Kalenderblatt Otto Feick erhält Patent auf Rhönrad (1)
SWR Zeitwort 08.11.1973: Die Überreste der Wüsten-Akazie "Arbre du Ténéré" werden ins Nationalmuseum nach Niamey gebracht (2)
SWR Wissen Die Reichspogromnacht 1938 - Fanal des größten Verbrechens der Geschichte (3)
WDR Zeitzeichen Kurt Eisner bildet einen Nationalrat für Bayern (am 08.11.1918) (4)
News
Zeit Titel
06:20 1918 - USA zwischen Intervention und Isolation
07:25 Backup-Abzocke bei Whatsapp - Gespräch mit Andreas Noll
07:48 Filme der Woche: "Aufbruch zum Mond";"Leto"
08:42 Das Wichtigste heute Morgen
10:52 Florian Werner liest Musik: Art Brut, "Hospital"
11:45 "Sanfte Lieder hört man in der Mongolei selten" - Das neue Album von Urna
12:08 Trump vs. CNN: Angriff auf die Pressefreiheit?!
12:28 Und sie regieren doch... 46 Milliarden für Rente, Famile, Arbeitslose
14:09 Serienstart "Hackerville" - Verortet die junge Hacker-Avantgarde in Rumänien
14:36 Ernsthaft? Hurricane-Festival 2019 bislang komplett ohne weibliche Acts
15:15 "Beat" - die fünfte deutsche Amazon-Serie
16:09 T-Rex, Höhlenmalerei, Muskelaufbau
16:33 Planningtorock über siehr neues Album "Powerhouse"
16:35 War Oumuamua doch ein Alien-Raumschiff?
17:12 Wie rechtspopulistische Parteien gegen Migrationspakt mobil machen
17:36 Punkrock am Ende des Kalten Krieges
17:46 Nazi-Kollaborateur als Kriegsheld - Macron würdigt Marschall Pétain
18:40 Deutungshoheit: Der Streit um den Nachlass von Helmut Kohl
19:10 AfD isoliert - breite Untersützung für UN-Migrationspakt
19:25 Forschen mit Facebook?
19:30 10 Jahre Bitcoin - Ein erfolgreich scheiterndes Experiment? (Feature)
20:03 Uploadfilter-Kritik - Hysterie auf Youtube
20:18 Frauenraub in der Antike
20:34 Überwachungsstaat
22:35 EVP wählt Manfred Weber zum Spitzenkandidaten
22:51 Trumps Fake News - Lesen im Zeitalter von Falschmeldungen
23:41 Trump feuert Justizminister Sessions - Folgen für die Russland-Ermittlungen
23:45 Der Absprung. Neues Hörspiel von Paul Plamper im Rahmen der ARD Hörspieltage
23:50 Schäuble bei den Formaten des Politischen - Orakeln über Merkels Ende
Infos
(#) Info
(1) Bändertanz. Stufenbarren. Ballgymnastik. Sachen, die man sportlich machen kann. Aber nicht muss. Als Mann schon gar nicht. Genauso wie Rhönrad. Obwohl - erfunden hat das keine Sie, sondern ein Er!
(2) Von Jens Borchers
(3) Vor 80 Jahren zettelten die Nationalsozialisten die sogenannte "Kristallnacht" an: einen tagelangen, angeblich spontanen Gewaltausbruch gegen jüdische Menschen und Geschäfte. Von Michael Reitz (Produktion 2013)
(4) Er war Schriftsteller und Journalist. Ein kritischer Geist in der Politik. Als SPD-Politiker unterstützte Kurt Eisner 1914 nach Kriegsausbruch noch die Reichsregierung. Denn er glaubte der Propaganda, dass der Zar den Krieg vom Zaun gebrochen habe. Als einer der ersten in der SPD erkannte Eisler allerdings, dass dies nicht stimmte und wandelte sich zum überzeugten Pazifisten. Autor: Heiner Wember
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An approach to mining centralization induced by mining pools

This approach attempts to address the mining-pool-induced centralization issue by introducing mining pool features into Bitcoin protocol, therefore eliminating the need for mining pools.
To be more specific, miners work poollessly, broadcast shares to Bitcoin network, and get paid based on their shares directly by the Bitcoin protocol.
 
Challenges:
The instant problem/challenge with such an approach is obvious: there is no way that miners can work on the same block. This can be broken down into:
  1. There is no way miners can work on the same block because the regular transactions included and the order won't be the same.
  2. There is no way miners can work on the same block because the coinbase transaction won't be the same.
The first issue is to be addressed with a P2P communication process.
In order to address the second issue, two key ideas/theories are introduced:
  1. Proof-of-work on (only) the critical part of a given dataset provides a close level of security to the whole dataset, compared to when it is done on the whole dataset.
  2. Proof-of-work can be accumulated.
An example of the first theory is as follows: Assume the version field is less important. PoW on the block without it, e.g., with it always set to zero, results in a close level of security compared to PoW on the original block. The first theory enables the idea that you don't have to mine the exactly same block to mine the "same" block. The part that's deemed less important in this approach is the coinbase transaction.
An example of the second theory is as follows: Assume we want a PoW of 5 out of 100. The regular way to achieve it is to hash until a result of 5 or less occurs. There is another way. PoW of 5 out of 100 in average requires 20 attempts of hashing. As long as we can tell 20 or more attempts have been made, we have the required PoW. We know that 10 out of 100 requires 10 attempts in average. With 2x 10s, there are 20 attempts, meaning that the PoW requirement of 5 out of 100 is met. It's the same is for 4x 20s. The second theory basically means shares can be combined to meet the PoW requirement.
 
Solution (brief):
Based on the two theories and the assumption that the coinbase transaction is less important, the outline of the solution, which I call Aggregated Mining, is formed:
 
Solution (details):
Here are the detailed explanations:
The resulting block is of the same format as current ones except for the coinbase transaction, which contains not only the (finalizing) miner's data, but also the data of all shares.
For verification, when a block is received, besides the regular validation check of the full block, of which the block income used is the total income rather than the dividend of the minter, the block is verified the-number-of-the-shares times for each share, by rebuilding the share's original block, which is done by replacing all related fields in the current block with the miner-specific data of the share. (All shares share the same block data, excluding the miner-specific parts, as the minter's block.) The distribution of dividends is also verified. The block is valid only when all verifications succeed.
Data structure:
A share's P2P data:
prev_block:1a2b3c4d, // first 64 bits of hash of previous block { // barebone block id n_tx:2345, // number of transactions tx:[ { tx_id:1f3e5d7c // transaction id; 64-bit integer (first 64 bits of hash) }, { tx_id:2f4e6d8c // transaction id; 64-bit integer (first 64 bits of hash) }, ... ], } { // miner-specific data coinbase:"Miner001:...", // starting with miner ID, to avoid miners mining in the same space value:14.12345, // the block income scriptPubKey:..., // the harvester's address timestamp:1489634411, // the share's timestamp nonce:23456789, // the share's nonce } 
A share's (harvester's) coinbase data:
in:[ { prev_out:{ hash:00000...00000, n:-1 }, coinbase:"Miner001:..." // starting with miner ID, to avoid miners mining in the same space } ] out:[ { value:14.12345 scriptPubKey:... // the harvester's address } ] 
A share's (harvester's) coinbase data (space-saving version):
in:[ { coinbase:"Miner001:..." // starting with miner ID, to avoid miners mining in the same space } ] out:[ { scriptPubKey:... // the harvester's address } ] 
Minter's coinbase data:
in:[ { prev_out:{ hash:00000...00000, n:-1 }, coinbase:"......" } ] out:[ { total:14.12345 // total block income; applies to all shares, too value:2.34567 // the minter's dividend scriptPubKey:... // the minter's address } ] share_size:5678, shares:[ { { // share's coinbase data }, value:0.12345 // the share's dividend timestamp:1489634400 // the share's timestamp nonce:12345678 // the share's nonce }, { { // share's coinbase data }, value:0.98765 // the share's dividend timestamp:1489634411 // the share's timestamp nonce:23456789 // the share's nonce }, ... ] 
 
Securities:
The security of all share data and the security of the minter's own coinbase data, as well as the security of the whole block, are to be consolidated by the following blocks, just like the blocks in the current scheme.
 
Pros and cons:
Pros:
Cons:
If the verification process takes too much time, an optimization can be introduced by changing how the Merkle root is calculated. There will be a Merkle root for all the regular transactions. The final Merkel root will be calculated from the coinbase transaction and the Merkle root of regular transactions.
In order to lower the odds of the forks and stale blocks, the minimum PoW requirement for minting can be raised.
 
Discussions (basic):
Timeline (based on the minimum minting PoW requirement being 10%):
(Transactions, miner-signed transaction IDs, and shares are relayed in the network all the time.)
Analysis:
A share's P2P data:
early_share:1 // early share flag prev_block:1a2b3c4d, // first 64 bits of hash of previous block { // barebone block id n_tx:2345, // number of transactions tx:[ { tx_id:1f3e5d7c // transaction id; 64-bit integer (first 64 bits of hash) }, { tx_id:2f4e6d8c // transaction id; 64-bit integer (first 64 bits of hash) }, ... ], } { // miner-specific data coinbase:"Miner001:...", // starting with miner ID, to avoid miners mining in the same space value:14.12345, // the block income scriptPubKey:..., // the harvester's address timestamp:1489634411, // the share's timestamp nonce:23456789, // the share's nonce } 
Minter's coinbase data (with early shares added):
in:[ { prev_out:{ hash:00000...00000, n:-1 }, coinbase:"......" } ] out:[ { total:14.12345 // total block income; applies to all shares, too value:2.34567 // the minter's dividend scriptPubKey:... // the minter's address } ] early_share_size:654, early_shares:[ { { // share's coinbase data }, value:0.11111 // the share's dividend timestamp:1489634300 // the share's timestamp nonce:345678 // the share's nonce }, { { // share's coinbase data }, value:0.22222 // the share's dividend timestamp:1489634311 // the share's timestamp nonce:876543 // the share's nonce }, ... ] share_size:5678, shares:[ { { // share's coinbase data }, value:0.12345 // the share's dividend timestamp:1489634400 // the share's timestamp nonce:12345678 // the share's nonce }, { { // share's coinbase data }, value:0.98765 // the share's dividend timestamp:1489634411 // the share's timestamp nonce:23456789 // the share's nonce }, ... ] 
 
Discussions (advanced):
Timeline (adjusted for independent regular miners):
Further analysis:
 
Any genuine (non-trolling) comment is welcomed.
Any correction, improvement or education will be appreciated.
EDIT: The post will keep being updated for corrections, improvements, rewording and formatting, until this line is removed.
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All my coins stuck in Trezor since the HF of Bcash and the support team of trezor does not give solution, then is this device reliable?

As it is safe practice in the cryptosphere I usually save most of my coins in Coldstorage, before the Hf of Bcash I decided to store 100% of my coins in my Trezor to mitigate all risk before the FUD of those days, as everyone knows later of HF Trezor had problems to pay and withdraw Bcash, so I was attentive to the updates on the timeline of Trezor's official account on twitter, until they said that everything was ready and Bcash's withdrawal was safe, since then I have tried to withdraw my coins not only Bcash, also ETH, BTC, ETC and ZEC, I tried with all and it was not possible, at least not in the volume that I requested initially, the problem for example is this: I try to send 20 Bcash to some wallet, but at the end only 0.2345 is sent or any volume VERY low different than the one requested (it is always 0.), all this time I have made all possible attempts, following step by step all the options that are in FA Q and the instructions that the Trezor support team gave me after I opened the ticket, but the problem has not been solved and I'm still stuck with my money today, the worst thing is that in all the attempts made lost money with the transaction fee that is charged equally.
Finally, the option that the support team gave me is to send my Trezor to them (with all my coins stored there?) Or wait for the new Firmware, with no estimated release date ??? THE TRUTH after all the patience in all this time, I am entering panic with my prey coins in the trezor, without being able to withdraw them and with all the current FUD pre Bitcoin Gold Hardfork, 2x hardfork without a real solution to be able to withdraw my coins from trezor, all this makes me think that trezor is not a reliable device, especially when discovering that the Trezor support team does not have the ability to provide a solution to a problem with your product without violating your privacy and the main reason why which I buy the Trezor: store my coins safely myself, away from outsiders I do not trust.
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Podcast-PlayList vom Donnerstag, 14.07.2016

Die Tages-PlayList bei TVDrei
Tagestipps
Sendung Titel
BR Kalenderblatt Georg von Neumayer erforscht Meeresströmung per Flaschenpost
DRWissen Netztalk - You Tube - Mit Martina Schulte
DRWissen Netztalk -Tesla - mit Martina Schulte
SWR Zeitwort 14.07.1867: Nobel präsentiert seine Erfindung ?Dynamit?
WDR Zeitzeichen Erster Dada-Abend in Zürich (am 14.07.1916)
News
Zeit Titel
05:26 NATO-Russland-Rat - so lief das Treffen
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Upstart job forking out of control

Hi all,
I am trying to run a particular daemon through upstart.
Outside of upstart it runs as expected, and produces a pid file which matches the process id.
When launched in upstart however (without expect fork or daemon), the process seems to fork in an uncontrolled way. The pid file will match the inital pid upstart detected, and the forked process is not identified by upstart, so that it assumes the service is not running.
When launched with expect daemon or fork, upstart still fails to collect the pid of the new process. The pid of the original and final processes differ by about 4 or 5, which could mean that it is forking that many times, which I understand can't be tracked.
What could it be that causes the job to fork within upstart but not otherwise? Why can upstart not track the new PID? Why is the PID file not overwritten by the new process?
Here is my upstart script:
description "bitcoinUnlimited" start on filesystem and static-network-up stop on runlevel [!2345] oom score -500 #expect fork #respawn #respawn limit 10 60 # 10 times in 60 seconds #post-stop exec sleep 10 #expect daemon #expect fork script user=bitcoinUnlimited home=/mnt/storage_hd/valib/$user cmd=/uslocal/bin/bitcoinUnlimitedd pidfile=$home/.bitcoin/bitcoind.pid # Don't change anything below here unless you know what you're doing test -e $pidfile -a ! -d "/proc/$(cat $pidfile)" && rm $pidfile test -e $pidfile -a "$(cat /proc/$(cat $pidfile)/cmdline)" != "$cmd" && rm $pidfile exec start-stop-daemon --start -c $user --chdir $home --pidfile $pidfile -m --startas $cmd end script 
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