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I miss when crypto was about decentralisation.

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August 20, 2020, 04:22:38 AM

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I remember that thread. I remember relating to the heat issue, but I also remember being incredibly stubborn myself and just running things anyway, having a fan running constantly to deal with the heat even during summer. I ran miners all day and night in my bedroom for years; probably fucked up my hearing to a degree as a result. But I wouldn't trade it for anything else. Those nights writing configs and mining Bitcoin on CPUs and GPUs were some of my favourite times.

In fact, even as I type this I have GPUs running, and a fan on in the background.

Crypto was created to liberate the individual. Decentralisation matters.
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