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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Recruiting experienced blockchain developers for a fast growing privacy coin on: March 31, 2018, 05:35:51 PM
DeepOnion is recruiting experienced blockchain developers to expand its development team. DeepOnion is a privacy coin which aim to be a leader in the market thanks to its multiple privacy layers technology. $Onion is currently valued at $1,54 USD(21693 satoshis) and listed on Cryptopia and Kucoin, updates and new features have been released regularly and on time according to the scheduled roadmap. The  development fund is pretty large and can offer great financial opportunities to new members included in the development team.

Future developments will be decided by the community after the release of the VoteCentral governance and voting system pretty soon.

Here is an independent video review if you want a brief overview of the project : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YipmnTKrzSs&t=1s

Here is the official forum if you want to enquire on the position : https://deeponion.org/community/

You can also contact me in PM here if you are interested.


2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / 50 Cent accidentally make $8 million with Bitcoin, also help DeepOnion promotion on: January 25, 2018, 02:35:15 PM
In 2014, 50 Cent accepted payment in Bitcoin for his album Animal Ambition. He just discovered his accumulated Bitcoin stash which was worthing $400,000 back then is now worth $8 million. He declared on Instagram and Twitter : “Not bad for a kid from South Side, I’m so proud of me.” and later commented on his post: “Ima keep it real, I forgot I did that shit lol.” It's rather hillarious and reminds me somehow the (very different) story of Julian Assange which expressed gratitude to the US and UK for forcing him to accept bitcoin as a payment, making him a millionaire.

I find it even more pleasant to see that the story published on The Verge is mentioning that "50 Cent would like the coin DeepOnion because it used to be valued at fifty cents. " and surprised to see this story got rewritten in dozen of different languages accross the globe, every single one of them mentioning DeepOnion  Cool



Here is the original story :

Link

Thread from the DeepOnion forum listing the different languages version :

Link

Thank you 50 Cent and The Verge for your support !!

DeepOnion will not disappoint you, come and join the party  Cheesy






3  Local / Petites annonces / Cherche du travail contre des crypto-monnaies, des propositions ou idées ? on: November 12, 2017, 03:34:28 PM
Bonjour,

j'ai 36 ans, un Master en sciences politiques et de l'expérience professionnelle en tant qu'analyste politique, rédaction de contenu marketing/culture/journalisme et en traduction anglais/français.

Actuellement c'est délicat pour moi de chercher un emploi car j'ai déjà des candidatures en cours pour des emplois stables dans la fonction publique, ce sont des processus assez longs.

Étant donné que je suis de plus en plus passionné par la blockchain et les cryptomonnaies, je me demandais si vous aviez des suggestions pour bosser contre des cryptos en attendant 😃
4  Local / Altcoins (Français) / Est-ce que vous croyez réellement dans le potentiel des tokens ERC20 ? on: November 09, 2017, 12:27:06 PM
Perso j'ai vraiment du mal à imaginer que ça soit un pari réussi sur le long terme pour des monnaies comme Omise-GO, le token le plus populaire.

Je pense que ça contribue à renforcer la valeur de l'Ethereum mais en tant que tel les tokens ERC20 sont encore plus difficiles à échanger pour le commun des mortels que les crypto-monnaies classique (btc-ltc-eth-xmr), ce qui limite leur potentiel d'adoption. De nouveaux types de wallets pourraient changer la donne j'imagine mais bon on y est pas encore (vive Parity par exemple lol).

Vous en pensez quoi ?

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