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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / [ANN][IDO]MetisDAO - Layer 2 + DAO Protocol for Web 3.0 Economy on: April 06, 2021, 12:15:00 PM
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2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Tokens (Altcoins) / [ANN][TOKEN SALE] A2DAO - PROJECT'S ACCELERATOR & INVESTMENT PLATFORM FOR PEOPLE on: February 18, 2021, 11:34:02 AM

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Introducing A2DAO

Crypto startups need fundraising and early adopters. A2DAO aims to connect startups with smart capital while simultaneously helping to cultivate a passionate community for each individual project.
Our team of experts will assist projects in marketing, development, tokenomics, and other critical areas of growth.

A2DAO has emerged as a disruptive force in the fundraising space thanks to our influential community of DeFi evangelists. We’ve reshaped the old fundraising model by distributing allocation
to our community members rather than only to close-knit VCs and institutions. Since 2017, we have helped raise more than $10m to over one hundred projects and boast a
community of 1000 smart investors and crypto experts from all over the world. Our network is our backbone and we place a high value on each active DAO participant.



Important Information

Token Sale

ATD Tier Mechanics


A2DAO connects top tier blockchain projects with smart money investors, while simultaneously growing a robust community of crypto enthusiasts. Community members can vote on various issues of A2DAO, such as project selection for the accelerator program or important points of network development. In addition to voting rights, community members are guaranteed allocation to projects based on their tier level, which is determined through ATH token holdings. Lastly, A2DAO strives to help dissolve the barrier of entry for the flood of new retail investors entering the space by providing high-level expertise and knowledge on the market and underlying blockchain technology.

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3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Open source Bitcoin ATM? on: May 01, 2013, 10:45:24 AM
Hi I'm quite excited about the Bitcoin ATM idea, the notion of being able to input £20 notes into a bitcoin ATM in London, then fly to Tokyo and put bitcoin into a machine that gives me Yen is very exciting. Imagine a machine in or near all the major airports in the world, that would make a great exchange network!

Similarly it is getting quite difficult to buy or sell btc on the online exchanges due to the interface with the banking system, this would be an excellent way to get round the banks and deal directly with btc<>cash money. Imagine going down to the ATM and withdrawing some of your mining profits for straight cash? Or getting some online cash completely anonymously for straight cash? Doesn't it make sense to have an automated interface between the digital cash which is bitcoin and the meatspace cash which is... cash?

In the past the Bitcoin ATM was not taken seriously, because we didn't have this trouble with interfacing banks with the exchanges, and a credit card was seen as a better option which again has proved difficult because of the banks, now we have one Bitcoin ATM on the verge of being introduced, but I'm not confident it will succeed because if it's tied into the banking network, I get the feeling they will pull the rug from under it again or regulate it into an evolutionary dead end. Now I may be wrong about this and good luck to the developers, I certainly don't *want* to see it fail and someone waste a lot of time and effort, I've just got a feeling it'll get stamped on somehow. But what's wrong with some good old market competition anyway?

As a way to encourage this competition wouldn't it be good to work out an open source implementation? i.e something that deals only with cash and bitcoins and doesn't interface with any banks?  And if there's a clear documented building model open to anyone who could build one, and up to each individual builder/operator to ensure they are complying with any local money changing laws, and conversely up to the authorities to stamp out lots of little fires ensure lots of different people are complying with local money changing laws, then wouldn't that be a better way of getting this distributed? The rewards for working on this and building it would be your exchange fees, which you could charge at a higher percentage if you wanted to be greedy, until somebody else puts an exchange into the Moroccan Cafe across the street and drives your fees down to a more reasonable level.

I can't see it being *too* difficult to make one if it was broken down into manageable parts and areas of expertise, take a machine that counts monetary notes, make a USB to note-counter interface, add an android smartphone, write the software, put it in a steel box in a newsagent's or Cafe, with some concrete blocks in the base, make sure the proprietor removes any money when they empty their other tills etc....

4  Economy / Currency exchange / [sold] 19 BTC UK bank xfer or cash on: November 27, 2012, 01:42:07 PM
All gone thanks
5  Bitcoin / Mining / Some 'cigarette packet calculations' on ASIC and 7200 BTC per day.... on: September 30, 2012, 09:56:27 AM
I want to put out some rough ballpark figures to help me understand the division of mining rewards post ASIC:

Total mining payout per day: 7200 BTC

Total network hashrate (current): 22.168 Thash/s

Daily payout per
 Thash/s: ~325BTC
 Ghash/s: ~0.325BTC
( Mhash/s:  ~0.0003BTC)

It's commonly quoted that the hashrate will double when the first production of ASICs are all online giving total hashrate: ~44 Thash/s
And of course the mining payout will halve to 3600BTC

Daily payout per
 Thash/s: ~83BTC
 Ghash/s: ~0.083BTC

 So assuming double hashrate the Jalapeno would earn ~0.35BTC per day, and the bASIC, SC, Avalon, etc. would be in the average region of 4.5BTC a day.

Is this about right?
6  Other / Off-topic / GPG shell help with stdin on: September 08, 2012, 09:00:47 PM
Can anyone explain to me how to GPG decrypt my clipboard buffer instead of a file?

Here's what I've tried and it doesn't work..

type 'gpg' or 'gpg -d' in a shell

paste a pgp message (apple-V) into the shell

Huh nothing happens until I ctrl-c to close gpg down.

I guess I don't know what to do while gpg is running, and all the help files i can find seem to relate to operations on files

7  Bitcoin / Electrum / Electrum and Bitcoin-QT run together on: August 18, 2012, 07:40:08 PM

Can you run Electrum alongside Bitcoin-QT and have 2 wallets live on the same computer? I want to download Electrum but I'm worried it'll mess my Bitcoin-QT wallet file up - it is backed up btw Wink

8  Other / Off-topic / Brainwallet backup fail on: August 17, 2012, 03:44:30 PM
9  Economy / Goods / UK mixed E-liquid - any interest? on: August 16, 2012, 11:32:39 AM
I can supply 20ml bottles of VG based E-liquid at 22-26mg strength if anyone is interested, 0.75BTC plus postage from UK. Tobacco flavour.
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