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It would be difficult to overstate the brilliance of Dahlia Malkhi. She should really be among the probable candidates for Satoshi Nakamoto.  In fact I wonder if the main reason her name has not come up that she is a woman.  Possible.  And a great trick if she happens to be he. Smiley  But she is one of the worlds most important researches on distributed systems, and decentralized models for computing, consensus and even finance.

She even wrote a book about the Byzentine Generals problem back in the 90s I think!

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https://www.coindesk.com/markets/2018/03/02/vulnerable-ethereums-casper-tech-takes-criticism-at-curacao-event/

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 Also, to take us back a few pages, they stopped using beef tallow because it is high in saturated fats and the scientists were telling us that saturated fats are bad for us.
  Why do they taste to good!?


I believe the vegetarians were making a bit of a fuss as well. Also worth noting that the fillet 'o fish mentioned above used to use lard in the buns.

You mentioned lard, one of the healthiest fats, but you've got to be careful where you source your lard.

Supermarket lard is almost always hydrogenated to keep it solid at warmer room temperatures. That kinda defeats the health benefits of eating lard.

If you can't render your own lard from pork fat, try to find an ethical supplier. I get both my lard and my tallow from a neighborhood family butcher who renders by boiling cubes of fat which he then bakes crisp to sell as snacks to his South American clientele. His pure rendered and filtered lard and tallow are almost a by-product which he sells cheap. Another benefit is that his steaks and chops are very well trimmed.
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is that billboard real?  Shocked  Shocked ...  Cheesy  Cheesy ... the world just got a little more f%^cked up in the marketing perspective of things.

Maybe it works. But I'm not sure that many will understand at first. Maybe at first they will hate on the BTCiTcoin rich, and then they will try to understand. You know....... grabs pitchfork first and then asks questions later. Smiley  Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes Cheesy  Cheesy
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Good one! I'll repeat it in big & bold, for clarity, in case the WO resident trolls/retards still don't get it:

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Hey, anybody care to comment on Monday?
Up, down, sideways?

Not down would be good enough, considering that Ever..whatever is said to be defaulting.
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Hey, anybody care to comment on Monday?
Up, down, sideways?

Not down would be good enough, considering that Ever..whatever is said to be defaulting.

I think we see some "up" type price action.  Most likely starting tomorrow... but possibly as the week goes on.
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Blockstream *is* taking 100% of these fees, and has built a powerful Bitcoin sidechain that might make them some pretty serious money.  They are basically positioning themselves as a modern day payment rail like Visa or Amex.

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As far as I understand ALL of my trades happened trustlessly on the Liquid blockchain at little to no risk to me whatsoever.  No third parties, or at least a blind distributed federation making it possible.

That's all a bit contradictory, isn't it. If Blockstream and/or 10 of the 15 (or whatever the multisig set up is) "federation" members got hacked or "hacked" or raided by the FBI or whatever, it sounds like you might have some trouble getting your money back. Not quite "your keys".

Ethereum for all its faults executes native craptoken contracts atomically. I would have expected LBTC to be like that but it sounds like it's not much better than WBTC and other wrapped Ethereum garbage where you also need to trust the peg holder.
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Hey, anybody care to comment on Monday?

Ok. I'm probably going to very very wrong, but I'm feeling *EXTREMELY* bullish this upcoming week.

Expecting us to blast back above $60k by Friday.

Did not foresee us dropping below $52.5k, but, this is bitcorn, so...
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That's all a bit contradictory, isn't it. If Blockstream and/or 10 of the 15 (or whatever the multisig set up is) "federation" members got hacked or "hacked" or raided by the FBI or whatever, it sounds like you might have some trouble getting your money back. Not quite "your keys".

Ethereum for all its faults executes native craptoken contracts atomically. I would have expected LBTC to be like that but it sounds like it's not much better than WBTC and other wrapped Ethereum garbage where you also need to trust the peg holder.

RSK is merge-mined with BTC, and supports Eth contracts. No federation. There are a few DeFi options built on RSK.
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