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1  Economy / Economics / Exodus Wallet Public Offering on: April 29, 2021, 03:38:51 PM

I didn't know about this until stumbling on it by accident today. It's showing on their site Exodus Movement Inc Public Offering raised ~98% of the $75 million they're looking to receive but it doesn't show what they're intending to do with the cash.

I'm looking at their public offering not important for furthering development because they've covered huge content so I can't be sure but it's like another way for their team to become wealthy. Is Exodus wallet something that should've had a public offering?
2  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Bitcoin Carbon Footprint on: April 22, 2021, 01:00:43 PM
We're waiting for cryptocurrencies to be fully adopted in mainstream but we know it's contributing to damaging the planet. If there won't be solutions to make mining cryptocurrency environmentally friendly how can it be sustainable on current trends?

Are you worried about Bitcoin mining energy consumption? I've read it's using more electricity than Argentina, it's using more than energy than American Airlines and Bitcoin miners in Iceland use more electricity than their entire national domestic consumption.

Oil and mineral extraction is damaging our environment, selling tobacco is contributing to cancer cases but it doesn't stop investors wanting to make profit in unethical projects. If we're looking at ethical facts cryptocurrency traders are involved in a business that's damaging the planet, that's what makes me feel uneasy. What's your position?

3  Bitcoin / Project Development / New Simple Website Payment System on: April 20, 2021, 06:54:05 PM
Is the cryptocurrency website payments solution market saturated? Is there space for a simple free plugin to help small shop owners or do sellers prefer established plugins? Will a new simple plugin be appreciated?

Available cryptocurrency plugins work in different ways to get the same results. I've modified an existing script for Electrum that pulls transactions data then exports it to databases. If there's interest I'll share for free when it's ready with a guide for installing.

It's a basic script for accepting Bitcoin when customers get to checkout. It might help small online shop owners because there's no processing fees so shop owners keep 100% of what they receive from customers.
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