AC Milan Fan Token
Listen to Silvio Micali (Turing Award winner, Godel Prize winner, ACM Fellow, ZK proof creator, MIT Ford Professor of Engineering, referenced multiple times in Bitcoin whitepaper) give his keynote address at Algorand's annual event. Super powerful.
To welcome new Rossoneri to the Socios.com and AC Milan family, we are awarding summer signings their very own ACM Fan Token. They provided tokens to Olivier Giroud, Fode Ballo-Toure and Brahim Diaz thus far. Not sure what happened with Maignan and Tonali.
Actinium (ACM) +75% today. Few days ago, I told you about Actinium. This coin is probably one of the greatest coins in the market. A real coin, not just a hype project, like the developers said. ACT is here to stay, to replace the idea of money.
BITCOIN WHITEAPER: Abstract. A purely peer-to-peer version of electronic cash would allow online payments to be sent directly from one party to another without going through a financial institution. Digital signatures provide part of the solution, but the main benefits are lost if a trusted third party is still required to prevent double-spending. We propose a solution to the double-spending problem using a peer-to-peer network. The network timestamps transactions by hashing them into an ongoing chain of hash-based proof-of-work. THE CONCLUSION: 12. Conclusion We have proposed a system for electronic transactions without relying on trust. We started with the usual framework of coins made from digital signatures, which provides strong control of ownership, but is incomplete without a way to prevent double-spending. To solve this, we proposed a peer-to-peer network using proof-of-work to record a public history of transactions that quickly becomes computationally impractical for an attacker to change if honest nodes control a majority of CPU power. The network is robust in its unstructured simplicity. Nodes work all at once with little coordination. They do not need to be identified, since messages are not routed to any particular place and only need to be delivered on a best effort basis. Nodes can leave and rejoin the network at will, accepting the proof-of-work chain as proof of what happened while they were gone. They vote with their CPU power, expressing their acceptance of valid blocks by working on extending them and rejecting invalid blocks by refusing to work on them. Any needed rules and incentives can be enforced with this consensus mechanism. Satoshi never writes about Bitcoin as gold or Bitcoin as store of value or Bitcoin as investment or buy and hold. The references in Bitcoin whitepaper are:  W. Dai, "b-money," http://www.weidai.com/bmoney.txt, 1998.  H. Massias, X.S. Avila, and J.-J. Quisquater, "Design of a secure timestamping service with minimal trust requirements," In 20th Symposium on Information Theory in the Benelux, May 1999.  S. Haber, W.S. Stornetta, "How to time-stamp a digital document," In Journal of Cryptology, vol 3, no 2, pages 99-111, 1991.  D. Bayer, S. Haber, W.S. Stornetta, "Improving the efficiency and reliability of digital time-stamping," In Sequences II: Methods in Communication, Security and Computer Science, pages 329-334, 1993.  S. Haber, W.S. Stornetta, "Secure names for bit-strings," In Proceedings of the 4th ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security, pages 28-35, April 1997.  A. Back, "Hashcash - a denial of service counter-measure," http://www.hashcash.org/papers/hashcash.pdf, 2002.  R.C. Merkle, "Protocols for public key cryptosystems," In Proc. 1980 Symposium on Security and Privacy, IEEE Computer Society, pages 122-133, April 1980.  W. Feller, "An introduction to probability theory and its applications," 1957. You are absolutely not following what Bitcoin is meant to be. You want to be rich and You think Bitcoin is a store of value or some kind of digital gold.
There are some popular faces in crypto (Vitalik, Brian Armstrong, CZ, etc), but who are the smartest or brightest minds in crypto right now? I would include Silvio Micali (Algorand). PhD in Computer Science, 2012 Turing Award winner, ACM Fellow, co-creater of ZK proofs. The list goes on and on. Who else stands above intellectually in this field?
REFERENCES 1. Stefan Brands, Untraceable Off-Line Cash in Wallets with Observers, Advances in Cryptology CRYPTO '93, Springer-Verlag, pp. 302-318. 2. David Chaum, Achieving Electronic Privacy, Scientific American (August 1992), 96-101. 3. David Chaum, Security without Identification: Transaction Systems to make Big Brother Obsolete, ACM 28 no. 10 (Oct 1985), 1030-1044. 4. David Chaum, Amos Fiat, and Moni Naor, Untraceable Electronic Cash, Advances in Cryptology CRYPTO '88, Springer-Verlag, pp. 319-327. 5. David Chaum and Torben Pedersen, Transferred Cash Grows in Size, Advances in Cryptology - EUROCRYPT '92, Springer-Verlag, pp. 390-407. 6. David Chaum and Torben Pedersen, Wallet Databases with Observers, Advances in Cryptology CRYPTO '92, Springer-Verlag, pp. 89-105. 7. Tony Eng and Tatsuaki Okamoto, Single-Term Divisible Electronic Coins, Advances in Cryptology EUROCRYPT '94, Springer-Verlag, pp. 311-323. 8. Niels Ferguson, Extensions of Single-term Coins, Advances in Cryptology - CRYPTO '93, Springer-Verlag, pp. 292-301. 9. Niels Ferguson, Single Term Off-Line Coins, Advances in Cryptology - EUROCRYPT '93, Springer-Verlag, pp. 318-328. 10. Alfred J. Menezes, Elliptic Curve Public Key Cryptosystems, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, 1993. 11. Tatsuaki Okamoto, An Efficient Divisible Electronic Cash Scheme, Advances in Cryptology - CRYPTO '95, Springer-Verlag, pp. 438-451. 12. Tatsuaki Okamoto and Kazuo Ohta, Universal Electronic Cash, Advances in Cryptology - CRYPTO '91, Springer-Verlag, pp. 324-337. 13. Sebastiaan von Solms and David Naccache, On Blind Signatures and Perfect Crimes, Computers & Security 11 (1992), 581-583. 14. Markus Stadler, Jean-Marc Piveteau, and Jan Camenisch, Fair Blind Signatures, Advances in Cryptology - EUROCRYPT '95, Springer-Verlag, pp. 209-219.
From the [Bitcoin Whitepaper](https://bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf): >References \[1\] W. Dai, "b-money," http://www.weidai.com/bmoney.txt, 1998. \[2\] H. Massias, X.S. Avila, and J.-J. Quisquater, "Design of a secure timestamping service with minimal trust requirements," In 20th Symposium on Information Theory in the Benelux, May 1999. \[3\] S. Haber, W.S. Stornetta, "How to time-stamp a digital document," In Journal of Cryptology, vol 3, no 2, pages 99-111, 1991. \[4\] D. Bayer, S. Haber, W.S. Stornetta, "Improving the efficiency and reliability of digital time-stamping," In Sequences II: Methods in Communication, Security and Computer Science, pages 329-334, 1993. \[5\] S. Haber, W.S. Stornetta, "Secure names for bit-strings," In Proceedings of the 4th ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security, pages 28-35, April 1997. \[6\] A. Back, "Hashcash - a denial of service counter-measure," http://www.hashcash.org/papers/hashcash.pdf, 2002. \[7\] R.C. Merkle, "Protocols for public key cryptosystems," In Proc. 1980 Symposium on Security and Privacy, IEEE Computer Society, pages 122-133, April 1980. \[8\] W. Feller, "An introduction to probability theory and its applications," 1957.
Nice! It's so refreshing to see more LN posts in this sub lately. There are a few other tools and techniques that you can use to rebalance your LND node: \-LNCLI: This is the command-line interface for LND, and it includes a number of commands that can be used to manage and optimize your channels. For example, the `openchannel` command allows you to open new channels, and the `closechannel` command allows you to close existing channels. \-LND Automatic Channel Management: LND includes a feature called Automatic Channel Management (ACM) that can be used to automatically open, close, and rebalance channels based on configurable criteria. To use ACM, you will need to enable it in your LND configuration file and set the desired parameters. \-LN-RPC: If you are comfortable with programming, you can use the LN-RPC API to build your own tools or scripts for managing and optimizing your LND node. The LN-RPC API allows you to interact with LND using HTTP requests, and it includes a number of commands for managing channels and other aspects of the node. I hope these suggestions are helpful for you and others! Good luck! Tick..Tock..Next Block
Few days ago, I read that the inventor of World Wide Web, the pioneer, the man that laid the foundation of what gives you online sensation, he disagree and disapproving with the current idea web3 pairing with blockchain, according to him, it is not a viable approach and hence should be ignored. The man has Turing Award and ACM Software System Award, President’s Medal, Royal Medal, Queen Elizabeth’s Award. I have faith in him.
This is actually the time for HODLing football fan tokens as most of them have gotten to a new ATH recently. And with Qatar 2022 just around the corner, this could be another opportunity to grab more of $ACM, $POR, $CITY and $ARG on MEXC with lots of exciting offers abound on the exchange!!
>Some eth researcher making uneducated remarks Maybe you should look up who the author: Dmitry Khovratovich. Ethereum Foundation social website like Reddit. PUBLISHED JOURNALS: . Egalitarian computing, USENIX 2016, with Alex Biryukov Argon2: new generation of memory-hard functions for password hashing and other applications, Euro S&P 2016, with Alex Biryukov and Daniel Dinu Equihash: Asymmetric Proof-of-Work Based on the Generalized Birthday Problem, NDSS 2016, with Alex Biryukov Tradeoff Cryptanalysis of Memory-Hard Functions, Asiacrypt 2015, with Alex Biryukov Rotational Cryptanalysis of ARX Revisited, FSE 2015, with Ivica Nikolic, Josef Pieprzyk, Przemyslaw Sokolowski, Ron Steinfeld Cryptographic Schemes Based on the ASASA Structure: Black-Box, White-Box, and Public-Key, Asiacrypt 2014, with Alex Biryukov and Charles Bouillaguet Deanonymisation of Clients in Bitcoin P2P Network, ACM CCS 2014 with Alex Biryukov and Ivan Pustogarov Collision Spectrum, Entropy Loss, T-Sponges, and Cryptanalysis of GLUON-64, FSE 2014, with Leo Perrin PAEQ: Parallelizable Permutation-Based Authenticated Encryption, ISC 2014, with Alex Biryukov Key Wrapping with a Fixed Permutation, CT-RSA 2014. Bicliques for Permutations: Collision and Preimage Attacks in Stronger Settings, Asiacrypt'12, 2012 New Preimage Attacks against Reduced SHA-1, Crypto'12, 2012. With Simon Knellwolf Narrow-Bicliques: Cryptanalysis of the Full IDEA, Eurocrypt'12, 2012. With Gaetan Leurent and Christian Rechberger Bicliques for Preimages: Attacks on Skein-512 and the SHA-2 Family, FSE'12, 2012. With Christian Rechberger and Alexandra Savelieva Biclique Cryptanalysis of the Full AES, Asiacrypt'11, 2011. With Andrey Bogdanov and Christian Rechberger Rotational Rebound Attacks on Reduced Skein, Asiacrypt'10, 2010. With Ivica Nikolic and Christian Rechberger Rotational Cryptanalysis of ARX, FSE'10, 2010. With Ivica Nikolic Key Recovery Attacks of Practical Complexity on AES Variants With Up To 10 Rounds. With Alex Biryukov, Orr Dunkelman, Nathan Keller, and Adi Shamir Related-Key Attack on the Full AES-192 and AES-256. With Alex Biryukov Meet-in-the-Middle Attacks on SHA-3 Candidates. FSE'2009. With Ralf-Philipp Weinmann and Ivica Nikolić AWARDS: Winner of LuxBlockHackathon 2017 Winner of Password Hashing Competition (2014–2015) Best Paper Award Asiacrypt 2010 Best PhD Thesis, University of Luxembourg (2012)
[Why Algorand?](https://developer.algorand.org/docs/get-started/basics/why_algorand/) My biggest reason? I believe in the project and team: > Algorand was founded by Silvio Micali, a Turing award winner, co-inventor of zero-knowledge proofs, and a world-renowned leader in the field of cryptography and information security. He founded Algorand with a vision to democratize finance and deliver on the blockchain promise. [Silvio Micali](https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silvio_Micali) > Silvio Micali (born October 13, 1954) is an Italian computer scientist, professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the founder of Algorand. Micali's research centers on cryptography and information security. > Micali graduated in mathematics at La Sapienza University of Rome in 1978 and earned a Ph.D. degree in computer science from the University of California, Berkeley in 1982; for research supervised by Manuel Blum. Micali has been on the faculty at MIT, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department, since 1983. His research interests are cryptography, zero knowledge, pseudorandom generation, secure protocols, and mechanism design. > Micali is best known for some of his fundamental early work on public-key cryptosystems, pseudorandom functions, digital signatures, oblivious transfer, secure multiparty computation, and is one of the co-inventors of zero-knowledge proofs. His former doctoral students include Mihir Bellare, Bonnie Berger, Shai Halevi, Rafail Ostrovsky, Rafael Pass, Chris Peikert, and Phillip Rogaway. > Micali won the Gödel Prize in 1993. He received the RSA Award for Excellence in Mathematics in 2004. In 2007, he was selected to be a member of the National Academy of Sciences and a Fellow of the International Association for Cryptologic Research (IACR). He is also a member of the National Academy of Engineering and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He received the Turing Award for the year 2012 along with Shafi Goldwasser for their work in the field of cryptography. In 2015 the University of Salerno acknowledged his studies by giving him an honoris causa degree in Computer Science. He was elected as an ACM Fellow in 2017. More from the first link: > The problem with many blockchains is they sacrifice at least one of the key properties of security, scalability, and decentralization, known as the blockchain trilemma. Silvio and his team solved the blockchain trilemma by inventing a new Pure Proof of Stake (PPoS) consensus protocol, which is the protocol that the Algorand blockchain uses.
It can still easily recover though if ACM have one good competition or major signing in my opinion. Look at the [GOZ token price](https://rocketfan.com/ft/GOZ) based simply on a rumor (from $0.90 and DOA on March 20, to alive and kicking at $3.99 by March 27). Thats a 3x in one week.
I think fan tokens already had a pull a bit ago and then they started dying off. Liquidity issues and such on CDC. Go look at ACM. You can see it had a spike. Crashed a bit. Hasn’t recovered. I know this because I am holding it. Oops. I thought I was going to be rich!
>just look at the $10.5B/year worth of hacks that happen on the Ethereum-dominated crypto ecosystem that you always see people posting about. did those hacks happen in dapps or in the protocol level ?? answer me. >If you're going to ask me what it is that makes ACM credible -- ACM being the largest community-driven organization of CS researchers IN THE WHOLE FUCKING WORLD -- then I don't see the point of continuing the conversation on this front. Please, for the love of God, open and try to unbiasedly ingest the information in the links I'm trying to send you. what are their contributions to the crypto space ?? please don't deflect my question. >The irony is that TCP/IP, as in the basis of the internet that we're using to have this fucking conversation, was built by the academic sector that you're shitting on. Look up Vinton Cerf and Bob Kahn (researchers at UCLA and Princeton respectively, who discovered the protocol) to see what I'm talking about. no, i'm not shitting on the academic sector as a whole. i'm shitting on the crypto academic sector especially an academic pretentious project like Cardano.
> Mark Zuckerberg is also a college dropout, so who cares ?? Facebook is actually a perfect example of what's wrong with Ethereum. They follow the "move fast and break things" ideology too; in fact, they first popularized it. The reason that doesn't work is that you only find security vulnerabilities after the fact. Don't believe me, though, just look at the $10.5B/year worth of hacks that happen on the Ethereum-dominated crypto ecosystem that you always see people posting about. For that matter, do you know how often Facebook gets hacked because of the approach that Zuckerberg popularized? > who are the editors and reviewers of those journals ? what are their contributions to the crypto space ? If you're going to ask me what it is that makes ACM credible -- [ACM](https://www.acm.org/about-acm/about-the-acm-organization) being the largest community-driven organization of CS researchers IN THE WHOLE FUCKING WORLD -- then I don't see the point of continuing the conversation on this front. Please, for the love of God, open and try to unbiasedly ingest the information in the links I'm trying to send you. > often times, private sectors are much ahead of academics sectors. just being more academic doesn't mean it's better. it means you're just academic pretentious. The irony is that TCP/IP, as in the basis of the internet that we're using to have this fucking conversation, was built by the academic sector that you're shitting on. Look up Vinton Cerf and Bob Kahn (researchers at UCLA and Princeton respectively, who discovered the protocol) to see what I'm talking about. Sure, internet companies like Facebook made more money off these protocols (as denominated in USD), but if that's what you care about, then go to r/wallstreetbets and buy calls on Apple stock, because Apple has more market cap than this entire industry put together. I'm here because I believe in the propensity of tech to solve many of the problems in geopolitics and the global financial system that we face today, not so that I can get impressed with the first guy who makes me a buck.
Mark Zuckerberg is a college drop-out, so who cares ?? Vitalik is a high-profile name in the crypto space. his contributions to the crypto space is much higher than anything Cardano researchers did combined. >Some researchers that IOHK has under their belt: tell me what they have contributed to the crypto scene so far compared to the names i mentioned in the last reply ? >They also publish at way more conferences than just Eurocrypt; they also publish in ProvSec, ESORICS, and even fucking ACM itself. who are the editors and reviewers of those journals ? what are their contributions to the crypto space ? >TL;DR: Yes, motherfucker, Cardano has "big names" in research like you think Ethereum does too. With that said, I'm not gonna bother trying to convince you to trust it, because it doesn't confirm your clearly existing bias towards Ethereum. You don't know what the fuck you're talking about; you're just trying to rally the ETHbros by loudly and frequently repeating the words they tell you to repeat whenever anyone says anything about Cardano. Good fucking luck with whatever you wanna invest in, but this is the research and the researchers that my money is behind. no, you're trying to claim Cardano's superiority by saying that it's more academic which isn't true at all. often times, private sectors are much ahead of academics sectors. just being more academic doesn't mean it's better. it means you're just academic pretentious.
> you don't know shit in the academics sector > getting your paper published in Nature is hard but... random conferences is easy > do [your journals] have "high profile" names like Vitalik... First of all, Vitalik isn't a researcher; in fact, he's a college dropout. His fucking [Wiki page](https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vitalik_Buterin) will tell you as much. Doesn't mean he's a nobody, but apparently he's a "high-profile" name in your book. That's all I need to convince myself that it's YOU who doesn't know shit in the academics sector. The only thing you know is that the other ETHbros told you that those names have clout; you don't even know who the fuck they are. Some researchers that IOHK has under their belt: 1. Chief scientist [Aggelos Kiaiyas](https://kiayias.com/Aggelos_Kiayias/Home_of_Aggelos_Kiayias.html), professor at the University of Edinburgh and general chair at Eurocrypt (yes, the conference I mentioned) 2. Programming language theorist [Phil Wadler](https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philip_Wadler), who all but invented functional programming with colleague SPJ 3. [Grigore Rosu](https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grigore_Roșu), who helped pioneer the K Framework in programming language theory 4. Greek Computer Scientist [Elias Koutsoupias](https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elias_Koutsoupias), who won the FUCKING Godel Prize in math for his contributions to algorithmic game theory ... and many more They also publish at way more conferences than just Eurocrypt; they also publish in ProvSec, ESORICS, and even fucking ACM itself. TL;DR: Yes, motherfucker, Cardano has "big names" in research like you think Ethereum does too. With that said, I'm not gonna bother trying to convince you to trust it, because it doesn't confirm your clearly existing bias towards Ethereum. You don't know what the fuck you're talking about; you're just trying to rally the ETHbros by loudly and frequently repeating the words they tell you to repeat whenever anyone says anything about Cardano. Good fucking luck with whatever you wanna invest in, but this is the research and the researchers that my money is behind.
I loved this comment: I'm not a huge fan of the notability rules, but they do serve a purpose in terms of culling out content that is meaningless. If you don't put in some standards, then you will find Wikipedia articles on all 80+ billion people who have ever lived in history and an article on literally everybody's house, bedroom, or even piece of tile in your bathroom. To keep people from literally just making stuff up, Wikipedia insists upon outside "2nd opinions" that talk about a particular topic. This isn't happening with Bitcoins at the moment and the problem is that besides a few bloggers there isn't anybody really talking about Bitcoins. If you want to help Bitcoins, spread the word to other outlets and let people know it exists. If you can, write an article in The Economist or perhaps a journal that isn't so big of a deal but still will be seen by a whole bunch of people. Write up something in the ACM Journal that talks about the issues involved with developing Bitcoins. If you do this, it will not only let a larger group of people know about Bitcoins, but it will justify why Bitcoins deserves a Wikipedia entry. Don't put the cart before the horse here. What is being done with Wikipedia is to use it as a publicity forum when in fact that isn't the purpose of Wikipedia. If you want to publicize the project, get it publicized. Go out and spread the word and let people know about the idea. But please don't piss everybody off in the process too.
Dutchie here - THIS is good news! "Various dating services exist on the Dutch market, which offer their services through apps. Since most consumers own an Android-based smartphone or an iPhone, most dating apps use the Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store. In order to maximize their reach, dating apps must therefore be available in both of these stores. After all, consumers also wish to reach other consumers with different types of smartphones. On iPhones, dating apps can only be offered through the App Store, which makes dating-app providers highly dependent on Apple. Dating-app providers thus have little choice but to accept Apple’s conditions. ACM therefore establishes that Apple has a dominant position."
The TL;DR; Brave is pleased to announce SugarCoat, the result of a year-long research collaboration with University of California San Diego to create a new system to improve Web privacy without sacrificing compatibility at Web scale. SugarCoat is a solution to a common and long-known problem in Web privacy work: “how to protect users from privacy harming Web trackers, without breaking websites that include and integrate with tracking scripts”. Brave is deploying SugarCoat-based protections in its browsers this year. Brave and UC San Diego researchers are also excited to share the source code and results of the SugarCoat project with the wider privacy community. The research was presented at the 2021 ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS) by UC San Diego Doctorate Student Michael Smith on November 15th. A preprint of the paper is available today.
Is that true? I love Silvio, but just re-read the whitepaper it and saw no mention of him? > References >  W. Dai, "b-money," http://www.weidai.com/bmoney.txt, 1998. >  H. Massias, X.S. Avila, and J.-J. Quisquater, "Design of a secure timestamping service with minimal > trust requirements," In 20th Symposium on Information Theory in the Benelux, May 1999. >  S. Haber, W.S. Stornetta, "How to time-stamp a digital document," In Journal of Cryptology, vol 3, no > 2, pages 99-111, 1991. >  D. Bayer, S. Haber, W.S. Stornetta, "Improving the efficiency and reliability of digital time-stamping," > In Sequences II: Methods in Communication, Security and Computer Science, pages 329-334, 1993. >  S. Haber, W.S. Stornetta, "Secure names for bit-strings," In Proceedings of the 4th ACM Conference > on Computer and Communications Security, pages 28-35, April 1997. >  A. Back, "Hashcash - a denial of service counter-measure," http://www.hashcash.org/papers/> hashcash.pdf, 2002.  R.C. Merkle, "Protocols for public key cryptosystems," In Proc. 1980 Symposium on Security and Privacy, IEEE Computer Society, pages 122-133, April 1980.  W. Feller, "An introduction to probability theory and its applications," 1957.
There‘s a high chance of people getting burned imo. 1 LAZIO = 1 USD means a total market cap of 40 M. ACM has a market cap of 28,1 M. JUV has a market cap of 18,7 M. ASR has a market cap of 15,6 M. PSG has a market cap of 75,8 M. BAR has a market cap of 62 M. GAL has a market cap of 28,9 M. CITY has a market cap of 57,8 M. So the average market cap is somewhere around 41 M. What other club does Lazio compare to the most?
Wish I could but I’m on the fence after watching coin bureaus analysis. I’m going to do some reading tomorrow. It appears security and scalability is a bit of an issue. ONE is looking pretty good at the mo. On another note if you’re interested…I was thinking about buying some of the football team tokens. ARG, JUV, ACM footie is big business I thought they may take off at some point (that’s just me…not any tech analysis involved). Anyway, just something to think about!
Chiliz is $CHZ. I am involved only in their mobile app that is called [Socios.com](https://Socios.com) witch is doing partnership with Nba teams and football teams (eg Barcelona, Juventus, Arsenal, GSW and many more). Every time they get a deal with a team, they release a token of that team and they offer it to fans (users of the platform) at a fixed time. After some time (usually 1-2 months) that token is listed at exchanges and you can trade it (often at amuch higher price). Some of those tokens like ACM, PSG, JUV, BAR are listed on major exchanges like Binance. $Posi is Position exchange. A Decentralized Trading Protocol with its own Ecosystem. You can farm or stake at their pools with high APR as 700%. Use to be more than 1000%. I am on to this for a month now and very happy.
*The ACM A. M. Turing Award is an annual prize given by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) for contributions "of lasting and major technical importance to the computer field". It is generally recognized as the highest distinction in computer science and is known as or often referred to as "Nobel Prize of Computing"* Silvio Macali won the “Nobel Prize of Computing” but you still don’t own any algo. Wtf?
Quite a few already, in football there are the following coins as listed on Binance: - Barcelona (BAR) - Paris Saint Germain (PSG) - Arsenal (AFC) - Ac Milan (ACM) - Juventus (JUV) - Atletico Madrid (ATM) I am sure there is many more, but these come to mind
Football fan tokens: PSG, JUV, ASR, ACM, are these considered meme coins? I saw them bounce higher +20-50% just prior to the Euros, was this just excitement for the competition driving it? Does anyone hold them or see future value in them outside of the normal market flux? Asking for a friend.
Based on actual product, partnerships and Soccer, CHZ is a no brainer… Aiming to constantly add further depth of service, enhanced perks and additional partners Rakuten is now offering Fan Tokens for FC Barcelona ($BAR), Paris Saint-Germain ($PSG), Juventus ($JUV), Atlético de Madrid ($ATM), AS Roma ($ASR), Galatasaray ($GAL) and AC Milan ($ACM) as part of its ecosystem. FC Barcelona is also a Main Global Partner of Rakuten. More Fan Tokens from Chiliz 24-strong roster of partners, which also includes the likes of Manchester City, will be added to the offering and the partnership is set to expand into additional markets in Europe and worldwide in the future.
Buy ATM, it's mostly going to soar the day Atletico Madrid is going to win La Liga. It's going to soar for sure, like it did since their recent win last night that makes them one of the fav's for the title. Same with ACM, AC Milan coins, the day they qualify for champions league.
From wikipedia : "Awards -Gödel Prize (1993) -Turing Award (2012) -ACM Fellow (2017) Scientific career Fields -Computer Science -Cryptography Institutions -MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory" So much respect for him and of course all cryptographers/mathematicians/computer scientists!!
It was mostly questions rather than anything informative, but they don't get answered if I can't post haha I'll post it here and who knows, might make a good discussion: I don't know how many in the subreddit have been following what's going on with the proposed european super league in football but it has outraged the overwhelming majority of fans, players and I think managers too. The owners of these 12 clubs took a unilateral decision to make a move, for financial gain only, that could really cripple the sport across Europe. The only clubs invited that declined were Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund, both of whom the fans have some control over the club direction, and PSG who tbf didn't have much to gain from joining. This move from the clubs involved has been almost universally hated by the fans of those clubs and every other club and it turns out that the teams and the staff weren't even consulted for these major changes to the very fabric of the sport. Now some of the clubs that have joined have Fan Tokens (Barcelona, AC Milan, Juventus, Atletico Madrid all have one and man city have launched or are launching one). Looking at the Binance research for AC Milan Token as an example the tokens the purpose is: * The **AC Milan Fan Token (ACM)** is a utility token that gives AC Milan Football Club ("AC Milan") fans a **tokenized share of influence on club decisions** using the [Socios](https://www.socios.com/) application and services. * Socios is a blockchain-based **fan engagement and rewards platform** for sports and entertainment organizations powered by [Chiliz](https://research.binance.com/en/projects/chiliz). * **ACM** is a **utility token** on the Chiliz Chain, a Proof-of-Authority sidechain built on [Ethereum](https://research.binance.com/en/projects/ethereum), and is mainly used for the following: * **Governance**: ACM holders can **vote via smart-contract** on various contract-binding "fan decision" polls published by AC Milan. * **Rewards**: ACM holders can **earn rewards from engagements** on Socios. * **Staking**: in the future, ACM can be staked to earn **Non-Fungible Token (NFT)** rewards. * ACM has a total token supply of **20,000,000**, of which **2,000,157** were initially distributed to club fans via a [Fan Token Offering](https://www.socios.com/fan-token-offering/). The remaining tokens are held by **AC Milan** and can be acquired by participating in community activities, as well as by purchasing directly on exchanges. Now I don't own any of these clubs So I don't know the type of "club decisions" they are voting on, does anyone have any insight on whether there is anything substantial or is it mostly trivial stuff? And could tokens like these have a serious part to play in these clubs futures and hand a proper degree of control to the fans to prevent owners acting in breach of the fans' trust? If it does have that potential then it could be a really mainstream demonstration of the benefits of cryptocurrency to the wider population in the most popular sport in the world, and beyond.
I see pretty pictures and platitudes, not algorithms and cryptographic analysis. Do you have any ACM Journal references or some other really hard algorithm analysis... like has been done to blockchain security? I see a distributed identity system, but it ultimately is to certify that an identity token can be issued in some fashion. What I'm not seeing is the system that: 1) ensures one person, one vote 2) ensures randomization of the votes cast in some fashion that disassociates an individual vote from the identity of the voter. What you are showing is not the same thing and has a very different end goal. It is impressive technology no doubt and has some very good uses. I want to dig into it some more but I won't "trust" your word on this. I'll admit I was very skeptical of Bitcoin claims when I first read about the idea. It was only after I read the source code of Satoshi's work and also read his white papers that I became convinced of his claims though. You certainly have given me some food for thought and I will spend several days or even weeks really going over these ideas. Thank you for the link. Let's just say that for now I remain highly skeptical of these claims and I still fail to see how they relate into blockchain tech that can be used for secure electronic voting purposes. That also says nothing at all about potentials for malware, man-in-the-middle attacks, and a host of other problems related to electronic voting. Keep in mind that security needed for electronic voting is orders of magnitude higher than needed for financial transactions.
Yeah I agree with that, bitcoin should never be centralized but what I’m trying to say is that there are certain coins that don’t need to be decentralized such as fan tokens (BAR, ACM), coins that provide services such as BNB, OXT, etc. also yeah sorry for the mistake, it’s security and not privacy. You can certainly have all 3 of those such as ETH a week later but you need a good dev team behind the project and good contributors.
Aside from possibly 1000x-ing, what does ACM do/wish to accomplish? I briefly read an article, and this excerpt gave more questions than answers “Bitcoin was created to solve problems related to finance. Therefore, the creation of fan tokens like ACM token is an excellent initiative. This initiative would solve issues not necessarily related to finance but in other areas, as we usher in a world where digital currency is the global economy’s future.” *What?*
Be careful! Another trading competition by binance. > The top 50 users ranked by effective trading volume in eligible CHZ, ACM, ASR, ATM, JUV, OG or PSG will share a pool of 50,000 USDT tokens. The rewards will be split based on each user‘s total trading volume as a proportion of the top 50 users’ total effective trading volume during the competition period. Acts similar to pumps and dumps. Make sure to be extra careful when trading these the coming week. Ends second of April. TRU's trading competition ending the 31st @jwinterm Could you sticky this warning, on the daily, for the next week? Don't mind if it's posted by you. Just a heads up to those that don't know.
Interesting thought! On the Aussie exchange I use - besides $CHZ itself - from the socios range they only list: * $PSG Paris-Saint Germain Fan Token * $JUV Juventus Fan Token, and * $ACM AC Milan Fan token Not sure why those three out of the 20 available, but I do notice them rise up the exchange charts 20-30% on match day and then go down during the week.
You can only buy different the team tokens (ACM, BAR, etc) with CHZ. The team tokens can be used for multiple purposes such as voting, predict&win, merchandise discount. The fact that you can only buy the tokens with CHZ, will probably indicate that the upcoming NFTs will have to be bought with CHZ as well (my opinion)
HBAR, CHR, BLZ 😁😁😁 MATIC later after the coinbase listing. Already packed my MATIC bag for the moon. 🚀 Also: around the same time as the MATIC listing, watch ACM (and PSG, JUV, ATM, ASR) a few hours before the AC Milan - Manchester United Europa League game. 👀 Most of them flew to 1.5X - 2X within 3 hours, before the Champions League matches yesterday, and then settled. Expect the same cycle on Tuesday and Wednesday next week before the matches.
Who else exploits shitcoins to make some quick buck and put it in BTC? I use Binance and over past few months I noticed that whenever a new shitcoin launches on Binance, it goes up for the day, sometimes between 200-400%. So I made this plan to keep an eye on new listings on Binance. Yesterday they opened the trading for ACM. Bought it at $16 a piece, put a sell order at $25 a piece. It was triggered in 3 hours. Put all my profit in BTC. Today they launched PHA and just opened the trading 45 minutes ago. Hoping to make a quick profit on this as well and then buy more BTC from that profit.