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I analyzed r/CryptoCurrency’s opinion on the most discussed crypto influencers in this sub, here’s what I found

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Which oracle will be dominant in 2024?

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API3 - anyone know why it’s pumping? I can’t find anyone really talking about it on Reddit.

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I analyzed r/CryptoCurrency’s opinion on the most discussed crypto influencers, here’s what I found!

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Bitcoin Monthly 32 - Stay up to date with what matters

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Hedgehog | Forget the BTC ETF, Index the Crypto Sector

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Where can I locate public Electrum servers for both Bitcoin mainnet and testnet networks?

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Crypto.com isn't the worst, but they are WAY too inconsistent. Their most recent situation is customer support is non-contact for weeks, some say months and platform app and API malfunctioning due to server issues

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Algo Trading - Approximately 75% of Global Market trading

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Best free app for tracking portfolios (not for tax)

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What's Algorand been up to in the Bear Market? FUD Fighters....

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Crypto | An API-Based Composable Financial System

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The SatoshiSwap voting platform has gone live! $SWAP holders can now vote on proposals and polls

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The SatoshiStreetBets voting platform has gone live! $SSB holders can now vote on proposals and polls

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Anyone using AI legitimately to trade better? Real stories Only

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Anyone using AI legitimately to trade better? Real stories Only

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Anyone using AI legitimately to trade better? Real stories Only

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No API Breach: Learn about Crypto Trading Bots and tell me your views

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Oracle projects are awakening. Don't sleep on DIA!

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Looking for crypto strategy for bot

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Is Coinstats considered "safe"

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Weighing the changes of Flare’s API Portal V2.

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Presale | Grokbot | ERC-20 Utility Token | A Revolutionary Telegram Bot Based On Official Grok AI API | Bot Is Live On Telegram | Jump In Before It Explodes

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$WebAI Update

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Coingecko API when Sparrow Wallet is not open?

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Coingecko API when Sparrow Wallet is not open?

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Grokbot AI | ERC-20 Utility Token | A Revolutionary Telegram Bot Based On Official GROK AI API | Product Is Live | Jump In Before It Explodes This Bullrun | 10-50x

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$Grokbot | ERC-20 | Product Is LIVE | A Revolutionary Telegram Bot Based On Official GROK AI API | Buy Some Before It Explodes | Easy 10-50x

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what happened 3rd of november, and are some of these CC not at all to be considered an investment object?

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Grokbot | Live Product/Utility | A Revolutionary Telegram Bot Based On Official GROK AI API | Future #1 AI BOT On Telegram | Buy Before It Explodes | Easy 10-50x Soon

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Grokbot | ETH | Live Product | A Revolutionary Telegram Bot Based On Official GROK AI API | Future #1 AI BOT On Telegram | Buy Before It Explodes | Easy 10x

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Exploring the Reliability and Limits of Mempool.space REST API - Seeking Community Insights

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How to do data analytics on-chain

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Sonar acquires $2M in funding and soon moves to Arbitrum

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Tracking average price paid

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Introducing Solie, the utlimate trading bot designed for targeting the futures markets of Binance

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Uniswap API assistance

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Uniswap2 liquidity advice

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Kronos Research Faces $26 Million Loss in API Key Security Breach

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Kronos Research halts trading amid $25M API key hack investigation

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Don’t know what to do Please help

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Introducing $BCOAL | New XLM Token | $BCOAL | Limited supply of 23,000,000 | Each representing 1 ton of Illinois Basin Bituminous Coal | Offered at $35 per | Current Spot Price of Illinois Basin is $51 | Live Now!

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Update regarding Moons contract, community tanks and the future of Moons.

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Lowest fee exchange with good spreads and API for Trading

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For the misfits still using R - I have created an unified API for major cryptocurrency exchanges

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8PAY - DeFi Platform for Automatic Trustless Crypto Payments.

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Elevate Your Crypto Game: Guide to Integrating Live Data with ChatGPT

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F2Pool API queries

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Major SMS/MMS providers 10DLC registration requirements do not allow crypto companies!!

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Major SMS/MMS providers with new 10DLC registration requirements do not allow cryptocurrency companies!!

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Passive Income with no direct counterparty risk.

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Plexus Special Sale

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Passive Income with no direct counterparty risk.

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Introducing PrivateBTC: an application and a test suite that hides the complexity of running a private Bitcoin network behind a simple (terminal) user interface and an easily understandable API. Execute and replace transactions by fee(double spends), mine blocks, and delve into chain reorgs.

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Seeking Advice About Crypto Payment Gateway

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Seeking Advice About a Crypto Payment Gateway

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Oracle overview - will they drive the next bull run?

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Mexc Exchange's factual review

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BitMart offers API New User Maker -0.001% (rebate) Taker 0.03%!

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Timed Market Orders

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Can API trading particularly for perp futures, be accessible in UK with the exit of Binance and Bybit?

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Reddit admins could take steps to tank Moons (effectively a financial instrument) because crypto lacks regulations.

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A.I Crypto Scheme

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This tool lets you access GPT-4 and ‘pay-per-prompt’ in crypto

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Smart wallets: Transforming traditional banking

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Alameda Lost Nearly $200M to Phishing Attacks

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AI for trading signals

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Tokens that are way beyond hype!

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RoundlyX - @ $2.99/mo

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3commas has apparently had another security incident

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Bitcoin API for Oxygen Miner

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TrueUSD (TUSD) Has A Different Approach To Demonstrate Its Proof Of Reserves And Chooses Chainlink To Provide The Data

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Bitcoin seasonality on midnight, Saturdays

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With 10,644.8 ETH Revenue, Is FriendTech Really Defining DeFi or Just Defying Logic?

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Helping the above average John guy understand the Defi space :DEX aggregators, Protocols, Performance factors, risks and some notable mentions

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OpenSea API Users Warned of Third-Party Security Breach - Decrypt

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OpenSea API Users Warned of Third-Party Security Breach.

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OpenSea API Users Warned of Third-Party Security Breach

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Warning: TaxBit Data Breach

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Let's talk about crypto wallets and open source codebases

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OpenSea Reports Security Breach, Urges Users to Update API Keys. More Trouble for NFT holders

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ThorChain API is experiencing a long-term Botnet attack

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Reddit Gold has been added to the API documentation, and it probably won't be a cryptocurrency

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Binance - PnL Reporting & Portfolio/Trading Monitoring Tool

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Join the Nym team for an AMA on 20th September at 1pm UTC & enter a $1,000 in $NYM Giveaway

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I made a descriptive post of every item that you can purchase using candies from Coingecko so you do not have to look

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Web 3.0 is misunderstood and we are living in it now

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Win up to $10,000 by pitching your new trading API idea!

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Who's Heard of Block Browser Yet? The All-In-One Crypto Browser

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You too can be like JaredFromSubway! Almost.

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Update on the Indicator Success Rate Platform

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Free API to pull Bitcoin related news/social media

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Binance has cancelled the 0% Fees on BTC/TUSD pair without warning

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Pitch Your Innovative API Trading Idea and Win up to $10,000!

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All you need to know about the WalletConnect 2023 Reviews : Features and Safety

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WalletConnect Protocol 2023: Feature and Safety

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World’s first discount crypto trading app(Beta)

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I built an open-source AI assistant to help simplify the process of managing a cryptocurrency portfolio. The tool is completely extensible and can technically integrate any service into it.

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Unlocking the Crypto Race: How Whales are Exploiting CoinMarketCap's Latency for Early Token Buys

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Hey u/DryGeneral990, You can use Kraken Pro, and you can also apply for a Personal account with Pro limits. This is the highest verification level available and includes the following benefits: -Personalized deposit & withdrawal limits -Access to Kraken’s Over-the-Counter trading desk -Higher API limits You can find detailed information [here](https://support.kraken.com/hc/en-us/articles/115005036268-Personal-account-with-Pro-limits). If you would like to unlock OTC trading with Kraken, fill out the form you will find in this [link](https://www.kraken.com/institutions/otc). A member of the Kraken Institutional team will reach out to help you get set up. If you have more questions after reading our support articles, please let us know. Happy trading! Green 🐙

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> One wise man once said: "if you require to burn token to prevail, then there's something wrong with the tokenomics in the first place" Fees are burned, thats how the "token" gets burned. validators dont get rewarded like BTC miners. this makes the network deflationary. >So, your excuse for Ripple controlling this vast amount of XRP is because of testing new tech? No im telling you what was happening at the time in the space, there is no "excuse" because its not a fault, it is simply the reality of the situation. The tokens they have were given to them by the founders from the genesis wallet, their value when they received them was 0$. They then worked and developed their product fit solutions which increased the value of the token. They put in the most "dev" work, so should they not receive the largest reward? >The point is, that Ripple controls the value of XRP because they control the amount of XRP available for trading. Then why dont they set the value to 100$? They dont control the price of XRP otherwise they would set the price to as high as possible to create the most value for themselves. The market sets the price not them. They have no more control over it than Michael Saylor has over BTC's price, Vitalik/lubin over Eths price, Hoskinsen /IOHK has over ADA's price. Again you hold them to a higher standard than you do any of these other people and their respective projects, why? >That they announce their dumping of XRP into the market does not make it (much) better. how much ETH does Vitalik/Lubin/consensys hold? how much ADA does IOHK/hoskinsen hold? we legit have NO idea. Id much rather have the open and transparent situation of Ripple/XRP over the legit unknown of the others. >This is also a nice trick to bump up the market cap. Holding back ("locking") huge amounts of XRP they got from original minting and then dumping them onto the crowd. it has zero effect, the coins are already in circulation. they've been spent multiple times. CMC and others dont calculate circulating supply correctly for XRP. They choose to exclude Ripples holdings because they use an out of date API, if they were to query an actual node, it would show 99.9B in circulation. Again its a 100% premine, the tokens were spent my Ripple multiple times before they chose to escrow them. They dont do this manipulation of data for ETH/ADA and the others. https://x.com/coinmarketcap/status/1070077231047815168 >For a trader it does not make a difference if it is "real" inflation or "unlocking" pre-mined token. It is just more token on the market and putting pressure on the price. the token is already in the market. if I escrow my BTC, does CMC update the circ supply? no, same goes for everything else Except XRP. >So you'll have it both ways. They are independent and interact with each other. What is the truth now? It can only be independent or not. Im not having it both ways, you're simply failing to understand what they even are and how they interact. They are independent in the sense that that they are 2 completely different networks one private, Centralized and permissioned(Ripplenet) The other is open source, decentralized, permissionless(XRPL). Again like I said some of the more advanced features of Ripplenet require interaction with the XRPL. for example ODL only functions with the use of XRP, this can only occur on the XRPL. so when clients wish to use that feature, Ripplenet interacts with the XRPL. This isnt complicated. >Of course they interact and that's the way Ripple controls XRP. Show me the control. im still waiting. (you cant and we both know why) >The point is, that the price of XRP does not matter to Ripples business model. Customer A wants to send $1Million USD to thailand and convert it to Thai bhat(their currency). if XRP is 1$, it would require the purchase and selling of 1 Million XRP. Now do the same interaction but XRP is 10$ instead of 1$. It now requires 100k XRP instead of 1 Million. Tell me what happens to slippage in this case? (I'll give you a hint) its lower by a factor of 10 because you have 10x less total units required. The price of XRP is directly related to Ripples business model. The higher the value the more efficient their products become. They also as the largest holder gain the most by a higher price. You complain about Ripple "dumping" yet they usually lockback ~80-90% each months 1 Billion unlock and have been doing so since 2017. it gets locked back up for another 55 months. Ripple only hurts Ripple the most if they crash the price as they are the largest holder of the asset. it is in their best interest to increase the price of XRP. > Further, they can dump their XRP they got for free to fund their company. which is the largest Developer of tech for the token. Again Consensys sells ETH to fund their development of Eth. why do you hold XRP/Ripple to a higher standard? >And this is different from the other chains you mentioned. Their backers have an interest in stable or increasing price. as does Ripple because again, they are the largest holder of the token. They benefit the most from a higher price, this isnt hard to understand. >They do not dump huge amounts of token into the market. We legit dont know how much ETH consensys/vitalik/lubin hold, IOHK/hoskinsen hold. so you have no way of actually saying that or verifying its true... how do you not understand this? >They also don't hold back billions of token to pump market cap. again we dont know how much they hold so you have no way to claim what you just said is true. >And, finally, their business model is centered on the development of the token and not something completely different. You grossly misunderstand Ripples business model then. >I understand you are a fan of XRP and I don't want to change your opinion. the only thing that would change my opinion on any topic is something that can be proven to be true. so far youve presented nothing of the sort (go figure) and are still unable to answer any of my questions (go figure) >But for me it is important to explain the motives behind trading different coins. And from my point of view (and I admit that some details have not been entirely correct) XRP is different from others. You dont understand the topic, you realize you dont understand the topic, yet you still fill confident enough to form a very incorrect opinion on it. Dunning Krugger effect 101 >That Ripple is in control of it, is a pretty well known fact. then why cant you PROVE this is true? lol, you see the problem with your arguments right? Claiming 2+2=5 and saying its a pretty well known fact doesnt make it true. >And people should know the motives of Ripple and their business model, because it has a serious impact on the price and future of XRP. again, They benefit the MOST by increasing its value... basic game theory makes your argument laughably incorrect.

Interesting. It seems you're in a geographical area where the Binance API is restricted. Everything works well on my end. Where are you from if I may ask?

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They actually are. For example, I run a `bitcoind` node. I can send RPC commands ([RPC API Reference — Bitcoin](https://developer.bitcoin.org/reference/rpc/index.html#generating-rpcs)) to my node right now to generate a block. This, however, would probably take forever to execute, as even just `generateblock` would have my node mine 1 block. Unless I get uber lucky. As such, software wise, miners are nodes. What makes miners special is the hardware they run on. Executing a `generateblock` on a node running on hardware specialized in hashing will speed up execution time of that single command several orders of magnitude faster. Use a script to run several of those generate commands one after the other, and you have a super simplified miner running. Commercial mining operations are a lot more complex, though.

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You came in at the right time. Another bull run awaits us and all you have to do is invest in quality projects. BTC & ETH, USDT or any stable should take 50% of your portfolio while other blue chips such as SOL, BNB, and NEAR. The other 20% should move to high-utility projects outside the top 100. ENS, API3, and exSat are a few examples.

tldr; Mastercard has integrated its account opening API with Alchemy Pay to enhance security for Alchemy Pay's crypto services. This partnership aims to secure services like On & Off-ramp solutions, NFT Checkout, and Crypto Card Solution by using advanced machine learning technologies for user verification. Alchemy Pay, which supports 50 fiat currencies, bridges cryptocurrencies and traditional fiat currencies. The integration will allow Alchemy Pay to assess users' risk profiles and improve customer protection against identity fraud. Alchemy Pay has expanded globally, obtaining licenses and expanding its network to over 300 payment channels in 173 countries. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

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Weekly Paid API

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I get you point but will add that all Ledger apps are open source and communicate with the Ledger OS (BOLOS) through an API/syscalls.

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Of course it had to be Binance US.. Not gonna lie, the US has the weirdest laws. In EU and the rest of the world Binance works just fine, and in terms of app, UI, customer support, p2p trading and API is just head and shoulders above all the other CEX (Kraken, CDC etc)

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If txs are still interacting with an RPC endpoint via API keys, spam can be detected in the same way spam is detected on the internet. Many public mempools use typical web2 filters in addition to checking crypto balance, I believe As well, you have to consider - without a token, there is no reason to limit blockspace (other than hardware) so the meaning of spam becomes different. You can also implement priority transactions using private mempools operated by validators. Lots of cool stuff you can do when you don't have to worry about propping up the value of a gas token! It's a valid question. Time will tell!

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"Coinbase has an API" Yes, it has an API, thats what Im talking about. The service NEEDS TO OFFER AN API.

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Coinbase has an API for commerce implementations. Building a feature on that shouldn't be too difficult

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I dont get what the problem is. Plenty of services provide API's for developers to use in their projects.

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Again, for this to work, the SERVICE NEEDS TO PROVIDE THE API. No random Dev can create an API for a service, thats not how it works. an API needs to be offered by the service.

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Well, not sure I get what you mean. A developer could definitely make a service that connects to an API and generates QR-codes for this purpose.

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So basicly a payment system using a QR-code, integrating with coinbase or similar to buy bitcoin and send it to your wallet? U would need a webservice that integrates with some API that buys and sends bitcoin. And you would also need some kind of verification-system to make sure the money was sent.

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no developer will create such a thing. For this to work, the service needs to provide the feature. No one can simply generate a qr code for a service to do what you do without that same service offering the API, that's not how it works.

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I obtained a copy of the list from Breached. It's 33M phone numbers in it. If they were able to get 33M numbers, that means they must have slammed their API with hundreds of millions of attempts. How in the fuck did Twilio not catch that? Another just L for Twilio

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It's a cash grab. None of them provide direct AI services, just marketplaces and middleware for non-existent 3rd-party AI services that are extremely hard to develop. It's bold of them to choose ASI (Artificial Superintelligence) as their token name when no one in the world is anywhere near the lower level of Artificial General intelligence, and they don't even achieve Artificial Narrow Intelligence. That's the first sign that this is mainly marketing to investors. **Why blockchain-based AI is impractical and has extremely limited use cases** The reasons AI does not work on blockchain is because it must be either centralized, insecure, or have no guarantees of accurate data. It's the crypto AI trilemma. AI is notorious for often providing questionable, inaccurate, or inconsistent data. When you ask an AI chatbot a question, it rarely provides the same answer. There's no easy way to verify the accuracy of the results without doing further research yourself. AI models are much too large to fit on any blockchain, so it's impossible to verify or curate their results on-chain. They would need to rely on a network of off-chain oracles to verify their accuracy. And this is what severely limits any AI crypto project. The only kinds of data that would work are ones that can be proven at the speed of **trap-door functions**: functions that are difficult to solve computationally, but easy to verify computationally. These are exceptionally rare. I wouldn't expect anyone to use these services outside of pure researchers who don't care about getting accurate data. **Ocean Protocol**: Ocean is a data ecosystem that provides data brokerage services and data marketplaces, but not AI. It allows users to monetize and sell their data. It mainly targets researchers. The link to AI is that they could provide an AI data marketplace in the distant future ... if that actually existed and anyone wanted a version of AI that must be either centralized, insecure, or has no guarantees of accurate data. **Fetch.ai**: Fetch.ai is a Cosmos-SDK based blockchain that similar to most other Turing-complete smart contract networks. The main difference is that it can also execute unverified API calls provided by 3rd-parties off-chain. It's like how NFT smart contracts have a TokenURI field that can include any text message. Normally for NFTs, the text message is read and executed on the client-side (e.g. by the dApp or end user's wallet). You would never ever want this executed on-chain because it's an extreme security risk. For Fetch, these API URIs can be executed on-chain and used in the logic of the smart contract. However, similar to the issue with all crypto AI, there is no simple way to verify the accuracy of the data and provide it security unless it involves a trapdoor function. Or if it uses oracles. Even with oracles, this would be extremely risky since oracles do not update instantaneously, and they're very expensive to maintain. **SingularityNET**: I'm not very familiar with this. Seems similar to Ocean Protocol and would have the same issues. **Bitcoin**: SHA256 and practically all cryptographic hash functions are trapdoor functions. They're computationally hard to solve but exceptionally easy to verify. So technically Proof of Work is a data marketplace for SHA256 solutions. Note that this is unrelated to AI, but it's closer to providing a practical AI-adjacent use case than Ocean Protocol, Fetch.ai, and SingularityNET.

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I see and accept that a Fidelity rep was on stage at this event. However that doesn't change the fact that none of the press releases seem to make any specific truth claim about what exactly Fidelity's role in this is. Did they do development work to support this? Did they provide a new API? Was it done with an existing API? My question still stands.

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I worked on few Dapps where we used Link and API3 for generating a random number and some price feeds. It seems to me that if the smart contract industry grows then more smart contracts will be integrated to these oracles.

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OpenAI error: You tried to access openai.ChatCompletion, but this is no longer supported in openai>=1.0.0 - see the README at https://github.com/openai/openai-python for the API. You can run `openai migrate` to automatically upgrade your codebase to use the 1.0.0 interface. Alternatively, you can pin your installation to the old version, e.g. `pip install openai==0.28` A detailed migration guide is available here: https://github.com/openai/openai-python/discussions/742

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no chargeback, no high fees, fast transaction, no blocked balance. yes you can try crypto as payment, You should at least add it as an alternative. You can make things much easier by using third-party software. Try [https://payid19.com](https://payid19.com), it has plugins for various software and API for easy installation.

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People are going to buy "AI" stuff just because it has AI in the name. Fetch.AI isn't even AI. It's abusing its name to attract ignorant investors. The documentation clearly describe it as API middleware. The most you can do with it is build virtual agents, which are programmatic, not AI. Or fetch data from off-chain, which requires off-chain trust, making it useless without an oracle. But we all know that putting AI in a name will instantly get investors. This token merger shows that the FET token wasn't even needed for on-chain activity. They could've swapped it with any other token, and it would've worked fine.

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Never gonna happen. Anyone putting Crypto or NFTs into their game is just out to make a quick buck and that's not going to change because anything you can do with Blockchain you can also do with an API endpoint in a traditional game. You have to have an unfun grind fest in order for the items to be worth anything, because basic supply and demand plus the value of time spent says that if you have sane drop rates the value goes to basically nothing. You can see this with Counterstrike and TF2, where the amount earned per time spent is measured in cents per hour and outside of a *tiny* number of insanely rare items everything is worth a few cents to a few dollars at most. Also the NFT doesn't actually contain any of the artwork or give you right to that art, so even if you have an NFT that doesn't let anyone copy the art for another game. The main reason to be pushing a crypto game at this point is because it's a more plasuble premise for a pump and dump than another generic alt-coin.

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It is absolutely adequate to store. You do not need to enter your pass phrase at all for this, and about only functionality you need is a public address generation. Spending is another matter, for tech savvy Core would be still the best way with it's API, ability to create any possible transaction etc, but probably not for common folk

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tldr; Solana introduces blockchain links (blinks) and the Solana Actions API to integrate cryptocurrency transactions into the broader internet. Blinks allow users to execute onchain transactions through clickable links on any website, while Solana Actions enable complex transactions embedded in various online platforms like social media, mobile apps, and more. This innovation aims to bring blockchain applications to a wider audience by making them accessible through everyday online interactions, thereby potentially introducing a billion people to crypto by integrating with their favorite apps and websites. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

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Track your crypto trades diligently, trust me you don’t want the tax nightmare of trying to record it all a year later. Use a software like Koinly, it’s free if you have under 100 transactions a year and if you don’t, only costs money when you go to generate your reports. Also the most affordable option. You can sync your exchanges and use wallets via API and it provides you a dashboard of all your wallets and exchanges and current balances. Come tax time, it will be a piece of cake and you won’t need to hire someone like me to fix your mess ☠️

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Have you set-up Coinbase API?

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There is no 'deposit' funds, where did you read that? The portfolio is created on a crypto exchange via API keys which have trade only permission. It is layer above a crypto exchange to make portfolio creation and management easy from UX perspective. I think you got scammed and are hurt that is why the hate. Which is true because you make judgments without reading about a product.

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Thanks, I see an API provided by coinmarketcap

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Eh, the "low cap altcoins" they chose for the "expert picks" are the 7 projects as follows: API3 DYDX RAD CELR BAT CRV AR It's such a narrow sampling of only a very few specific projects. You could just cherry pick 7 other "low cap alts" that have performed like crazy to show a completely different result.

That will be as weak as a hot wallet. Although a hacker cannot get the seeds from the secured element, he can still call the API to sign a tx to transfer all the coins to himself, then when the phone asks user to confirm, cover the confirmation dialog with something else, e.g. instead of "press side button twice to sign tx", show "icloud: press side button twice to confirm your recovery phone number is still in use."

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* [https://ollama.com/](https://ollama.com/) * self-hostable LLM(s) * [https://github.com/open-webui/open-webui](https://github.com/open-webui/open-webui) * self-hostabe front-end for Ollama that feels like ChatGPT * [https://github.com/searxng/searxng](https://github.com/searxng/searxng) * (optional) * self-hosted meta search engine that aggregates search results * can format as JSON to work with an API * can work with open-webui to have the LLM search the web and summarize results for you Have fun 👍

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Exactly what I need since coinmarketcap and coin gecko now have annoying API blocks!!

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REST standardizes the communications: Same URI structure and HTTPS application layer. But it doesn't specify the payload or body. You have to read the API documentation to know how to use it. In addition, blockchains standardize the API payload and body via standards like ERC-1155 and ERC-721. You always know the generic structure of the metadata. This means that a 3rd-party website built as a market for one blockchain game that uses ERC-1155 will work for another one that also uses ERC-1155. And these have many standard libraries, so a dev wouldn't have to build it from scratch. It's also flexible because ERC-1155 only specifies the minimum class inheritance for the metadata. It's also optional. If a dev doesn't want to keep some of their data under fog of war, they can pick-and-choose which data that goes on-chain.

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Coinstats only accepts read only API keys as far as I'm aware. Looks like this hack was aimed mostly at Coinstats wallet holders. If you only used it as a portfolio tracker you're not affected.

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Why would the makers of EVE online choose a more costly, slower, and in many ways less capable platform just so that they can add access to people they have no control over, it doesn’t make any sense. If they want you to have access they make an API. There’s literally no incentive for them to do what you said unless there is money in it, which is why virtually all examples of NFT games are some form of grift. Only way it would work if if the entire game itself is fully community made, with no main stakeholder or entity behind it. But if it’s even possible to make a good game this way is anyone’s guess.

Mentions:#EVE#API#NFT

Open your mind please. What you're talking about isn't important to real gamers. The biggest benefit of SFTs and NFTs is that there is a publicly-available API where players can view the stats of the total playerbase without needing the developer to provide that API for them. - This allows them to build stats - Easily theory craft and get automatically-updated information - Create independent markets Players no longer have to rely on self-reported surveys. You can visit a 3rd-party website, push a button, and it'll automatically pull all your inventory via blockchain API. And then theorycraft and optimize your build.

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Should make a website; didmyauntbuy.com. And perhaps didmywifecomplain.yet Nice API on it and we can link our trading bots to it.

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Pyth vs API3 vs LINK. What you think?

Mentions:#API#LINK

API3 is a shitcoin along with all the other VC oracles like band, supra, pyth.

Mentions:#API#VC

Ethereum Layer 2 activity over the last week: | | | | | | | | | | :-: | :-: | :-: | :-: | :-: | :-: | :-: | :-: | | # | | Name | Past day TPS | 7d Change | Max daily TPS | 30D Count | Data source | | 1 | | Xai | 111.37 | +459.53% | 111.96on 2024 Jun 18 | 60.82 M | Blockchain RPC | | 2 | | Base | 36.84 | +2.55% | 36.99on 2024 Apr 08 | 75.87 M | Blockchain RPC | | 3 | | Arbitrum One | 26.52 | +10.80% | 58.97on 2023 Dec 16 | 61.05 M | Blockchain RPC | | 4 | | Proof of Play Apex | 21.18 | +115.65% | 21.18on 2024 Jun 19 | 28.28 M | Blockchain RPC | | 5 | | Ethereum | 13.05 | -7.89% | 22.70on 2024 Jan 14 | 34.77 M | Blockchain RPC | | 6 | | Taiko | 11.79 | +65.45% | 11.79on 2024 Jun 19 | 9.14 M | Blockchain RPC | | 7 | | Blast | 11.69 | +18.22% | 11.69on 2024 Jun 19 | 22.81 M | Blockchain RPC | | 8 | | ZKsync Era | 9.17 | +43.38% | 62.07on 2023 Dec 16 | 20.08 M | Blockchain RPC | | 9 | | Mantle | 7.07 | +2.71% | 25.47on 2023 Dec 27 | 12.75 M | Blockchain RPC | | 10 | | OP Mainnet | 5.55 | -14.44% | 11.29on 2024 Mar 27 | 15.34 M | Blockchain RPC | | 11 | | Linea | 4.91 | -7.17% | 55.70on 2024 Mar 31 | 21.07 M | Blockchain RPC | | 12 | | Scroll | 3.66 | +8.00% | 6.50on 2024 May 09 | 8.94 M | Blockchain RPC | | 13 | | zkLink Nova | 2.22 | +0.58% | 3.69on 2024 May 13 | 5.70 M | | | 14 | | ApeX | 2.12 | -5.20% | 3.24on 2024 Feb 22 | 5.53 M | Closed API | | 15 | | Mode Network | 2.04 | -18.07% | 6.03on 2024 May 07 | 6.00 M | Blockchain RPC | | 16 | | Kroma | 2.01 | +294.69% | 3.77on 2024 Jan 28 | 3.65 M | Blockchain RPC | | 17 | | Immutable X | 1.82 | -2.95% | 39.35on 2022 Mar 11 | 4.87 M | Closed API | | 18 | | Zora | 1.71 | +2.38% | 12.81on 2024 Apr 09 | 3.18 M | Blockchain RPC | | 19 | | Starknet | 1.36 | +91.18% | 12.30on 2024 Feb 20 | 2.33 M | Blockchain RPC | | 20 | | Cyber | 1.04 | +223.96% | 3.90on 2024 May 01 | 2.35 M | Blockchain RPC | source: https://l2beat.com/scaling/activity The last week saw significant growth in Layer 2 activity. Xai has come out of nowhere to take the top spot amongst Ethereum Layer 2 transaction processors.

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#NFT Pro-Arguments Below is a NFT pro-argument written by a deleted user. > ####**Niche following** > > By now, we need accept that most communities, especially the technology and gaming communities, hate NFTs. Even the crypto community is quite skeptical about the practical use cases for NFTs, and they will likely remain a **very niche product** for the foreseeable future. > > NFTs are similar to everything else that attract criticism from more practical shoppers because they have little practical use. In this aspect, they are similar to Rolex watches, gacha waifus, game character skins, anime car decals, expensive designer t-shirts, brand-name medicine, etc. Even though these products are expensive and have little practical value, **they still make their owners happy**. And who are we to criticize others for spending money that goes towards increasing happiness. > > Some game items like character skins, tradeable gacha items, and Steam/game marketplace items could easily be turned into NFTs without changing gameplay, so there is an existing market for them. > > ####**Decentralized backend, allowing more auditability and access** > > NFTs can be stored on public, immutable blockchains. This gives their users more flexibility in controlling how they transfer and interact with them. It also provides an auditable record that anyone else could build an API to visualize or track the NFTs. **The community no longer has to rely on the front-end service provider for API tools since the blockchain already provides public access to the data source.** Communities can build markets and other visualizers for their NFTs on their own without needing additional permissions. > > Keeping NFTs on open ledgers is also useful for tracking unethical practices like wash sales and money laundering. > > ####**Automatic Royalties** > > NFTs can be set up as smart contracts that provide automatic royalties to the original creator. There is no need for an intermediary, who can often take a huge cut of the creator profits. > > ####**Potentially lower fees** > > Ethereum NFTs are insanely expensive. It can easily cost tens to hundreds of dollars to mint a Layer 1 Ethereum NFT even when there's little congestion. > > However, many NFT collections have now moved over to cheaper networks like Polygon, Solana, and Ethereum Layer 2 networks. For example, the Reddit collectible avatars only cost around $0.002 each to bulk-mint on Polygon. That's $50 total to mint the 27000 NFTs currently available for [my avatar set](https://polygonscan.com/address/0x466a330887bDF62D53f968EA824793150f07762e). Reddit doesn't have to pay for the backend of keeping track of all these NFTs or ongoing costs of concerning they're transferred, so it's orders of magnitude cheaper than it was on Ethereum. > > Most NFT marketplaces only charge 1-2% for listing fees, which is much cheaper than many traditional digital art marketplaces that charge 5-20% (e.g. ArtStation, DeviantArt). After all, they only need to provide the front end, not the backend or customer support for transfers. Even gaming communities like Steam charge a 5-10% commission fee for item trades. **People can skip marketplace fees by trading directly on the blockchain.** ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_NFT) to find submissions for other topics.

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Have you checked API3 they just reached 1 billion in TVS. Do you think they can overthrow LINK?

Mentions:#API#LINK
r/BitcoinSee Comment

The first rule of Crypto is.. ⇧ Nothing worse than seeing someone end up worse off than they were before because they lost their house or something. You need to have as little emotional attachment to your portfolio balance as possible to be successful. The second rule of Crypto is.. don't talk about your crypto The third rule of Crypto is.. not your keys not your coins The fourth rule of Crypto is.. stamped metal plates in multiple, tamper-evident locations The fifth role of crypto is.. Avoid anything with high API, airdrops, VC backed scams like the plague (Probably)

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Crypto is not a political issue for mainstream society. People are going to be far more concerned about the cost of living than crypto regulations. It's like when Reddit had that mass going dark protest over API fees. Everybody on Reddit made out how it was such a colossal event for society. I don't even think it made the local paper in my country.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Buy something like cointracker (Tax software that tracks txns). Use coinbase advance for lower fees. Use API so that your tax software can track all your wallets including coinbase. For cold storage go with ledger, Trezor, ot Tangem

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Do you have an option for API for live data and download of historical, to facilitate training ML models?

Mentions:#API#ML

Three reasons to be bullish on Ethereum right now: The Coinbase Smart Wallet: -- Coinbase recently released their Smart Wallet and is, I think, the best self-custodial embedded wallet solution out there! 🔑 Here is how it works.. (1) Upon sign up, the user will be prompted for biometrics and a passkey will be created. (2) Coinbase then deploys a smart contract that pins (hardcodes) that passkey's public key as the authorized key for transactions. (3) When the user wants to transact, the dApp will create a transaction and prompt the user for its biometrics. (4) The biometrics will decrypt the passkey from the iCloud Keychain which is shared across devices. (5) Upon decryption, the passkey then signs over an ERC-4337 compliant message (UserOperation) that contains the transaction details to execute, such as transferring 10 USDC to wallet 0xa901..bc. (6) The UserOperation message then gets validated and packaged into a transaction in a private alternative mempool. (7) The dApp can decide to sponsor the gas fees through paymaster to reduce friction from the experience. (8) The smart contract validates the UserOperation format (calldata), nonce replays, and the signature. (9) Signature validation includes unwrapping the signature data, determining if the signature is a classic Ethereum signature (secp256k1), or a WebAuthn signature (secp256r1), and verifying the signature accordingly against the authorized signing public key from step (2). (10) Upon successful validation and verification of the message, the smart contract executes the transaction with the received information (calldata). This means that: • The user is the sole owner of the smart contract wallet. • So long as the user doesn't wipe its passkey from their iCloud Keychain & Google Password Manager backup, they can access it. • iCloud Keychain and Google Password Manager both have multiple levels of recovery accessible. • You're not relying on any other intermediaries than Apple and Google to trust. • There is no API key that puts the web3 app developer in the position of a custodian. • There is no complex sharding of key shares from multi-party computation. • You'd need at least 1 smart contract deployed by chain by user - it's downside for L1s or expensive L2s but required for gas sponsorship and transaction batching anyway. • Users would have to delegate full temporary trust to the dApp with session keys if they do not want to constantly approve onchain actions with biometrics. • Users trust Coinbase to deploy the smart contract with no backdoor (easy to verify the bytecode against the open source version). Overall, pretty good choices made by Coinbase to make self-custody more usable and approchable in the embedded wallet space! Great work @WilsonCusack and team! - [@nassyweazy](https://x.com/nassyweazy/status/1799080902078689663) -- Base, which is the foundation of Coinbase smart wallet, and settles to Ethereum, seeing massive stablecoin growth: -- >stablecoin payments growing fast on @base - [@jessepollak](https://x.com/jessepollak/status/1799887662389891498) ><9 months after launch, @base is the #1 L2 by activity - [@jessepollak](https://x.com/jessepollak/status/1798735200136077414) -- Ethereum ETF will become available to the market soon. -- All this being said, the market is complex, unpredictable and not always rational, so even with the most bullish indicators, there's no guarantee we'll see a price rise.

Mentions:#USDC#API#ETF

It would be, or be similar to, a recently-launched chain called DevvX (token = DevvE). It is technically an L1, but is really more like an L0. Each shard is essentially its own blockchain and is built to be customisable to the privacy, regulatory, etc requirements of enterprise. Can be public or private, but as you say, in this case would be private. Essentially infinite TPS as you just spin up more shards in parallel if you need more speed. If you operate in multiple regions you just spin up a duplicate shard and adjust the requirements for that jurisdiction. Also integrates into existing systems via API, so only need Web2 devs. Basically enterprise super-friendly. Already working with one major fintech with an announcement due in next few weeks. That will introduce the chain to the wider community.

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If the only source a price of an asset is the NYSE API then sure, it can be compromised - Oracle aggregation of price data works in a trust-minimized way and is more secure when there’s more sources of data. If one source is tampered with and is an outlier, it isn’t included in the price update. You should study how Chainlink price feeds and DONs work.

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100% of oracles rely on trust. Please refer to my prior comment, which fully applies to all oracles. Do you have an actual argument? (no you don't) > NYSE API The NYSE API can change at any time. They could just announce "hey guys we decided to modify the API to XYZ" and if your codebase is fixed, now you're completely fucked. So it relies on **TRUST** that this won't happen. If, alternatively, the coin has a mutable code base and can re-code itself to adapt to the new API, then that means you are instead relying on **TRUST** that the developers of the coin don't just use that access to rug pull you. Either way: TRUST = not crypto.

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Bros never heard of an Oracle. Study Chainlink bringing NYSE API data on-chain.

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That's not possible, because there is no mathematically objective way for a protocol/algorithm to measure the stock market or what's happening in it. Crypto is blind to the real world. Any sort of measurement would have to be inputted by a human or relying on some sort of API offered by the NASDAQ or whatever (which can just go defunct later on), etc. = TRUST = not actual cryptocurrency.

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Can we have your public address so we don’t have to download the blockchain or make API calls to check our work?

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Doesn't it take se a web wallet usually? Or if you use a phone app, it probably uses a centralised API that most likely is behind cloudflare who can see what addresses you're requesting through the API, and also your IP. But also since they also front like 1/4th of all the internet they probably also know your name,address, telephone, passport number,photo,all your contacts,what porn you watch etc.

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Are you looking for an API to source this data from?

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Maybe use their API to feed the info into Koinly.io?

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Private permissions chains with SATP, TC307, and ISO20022 frameworks interoperated with API gateways. Best way to profit from that is QNT, and if you don't believe me stay poor.

Mentions:#TC#API#QNT

What happened to API3 and UMB? I remember people were saying they had some advantages over LINK a couple of years ago. What about newer alternatives, like GLQ and ORAI? Don't you think they could be a threat to LINK?

#NFT Pro-Arguments Below is a NFT pro-argument written by a deleted user. > ####**Niche following** > > By now, we need accept that most communities, especially the technology and gaming communities, hate NFTs. Even the crypto community is quite skeptical about the practical use cases for NFTs, and they will likely remain a **very niche product** for the foreseeable future. > > NFTs are similar to everything else that attract criticism from more practical shoppers because they have little practical use. In this aspect, they are similar to Rolex watches, gacha waifus, game character skins, anime car decals, expensive designer t-shirts, brand-name medicine, etc. Even though these products are expensive and have little practical value, **they still make their owners happy**. And who are we to criticize others for spending money that goes towards increasing happiness. > > Some game items like character skins, tradeable gacha items, and Steam/game marketplace items could easily be turned into NFTs without changing gameplay, so there is an existing market for them. > > ####**Decentralized backend, allowing more auditability and access** > > NFTs can be stored on public, immutable blockchains. This gives their users more flexibility in controlling how they transfer and interact with them. It also provides an auditable record that anyone else could build an API to visualize or track the NFTs. **The community no longer has to rely on the front-end service provider for API tools since the blockchain already provides public access to the data source.** Communities can build markets and other visualizers for their NFTs on their own without needing additional permissions. > > Keeping NFTs on open ledgers is also useful for tracking unethical practices like wash sales and money laundering. > > ####**Automatic Royalties** > > NFTs can be set up as smart contracts that provide automatic royalties to the original creator. There is no need for an intermediary, who can often take a huge cut of the creator profits. > > ####**Potentially lower fees** > > Ethereum NFTs are insanely expensive. It can easily cost tens to hundreds of dollars to mint a Layer 1 Ethereum NFT even when there's little congestion. > > However, many NFT collections have now moved over to cheaper networks like Polygon, Solana, and Ethereum Layer 2 networks. For example, the Reddit collectible avatars only cost around $0.002 each to bulk-mint on Polygon. That's $50 total to mint the 27000 NFTs currently available for [my avatar set](https://polygonscan.com/address/0x466a330887bDF62D53f968EA824793150f07762e). Reddit doesn't have to pay for the backend of keeping track of all these NFTs or ongoing costs of concerning they're transferred, so it's orders of magnitude cheaper than it was on Ethereum. > > Most NFT marketplaces only charge 1-2% for listing fees, which is much cheaper than many traditional digital art marketplaces that charge 5-20% (e.g. ArtStation, DeviantArt). After all, they only need to provide the front end, not the backend or customer support for transfers. Even gaming communities like Steam charge a 5-10% commission fee for item trades. **People can skip marketplace fees by trading directly on the blockchain.** ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_NFT) to find submissions for other topics.

Mentions:#NFT#API

There are no API keys to steal and no withdrawal interfaces to hijack in your case. Your bitcoins are now probably in a normal wallet, without programmatic access middleware to it that can be compromised. No one can just hack a random wallet.

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I don’t have any ready-made examples, but do you know some coding basics? Coingecko’s API is free and so is the Google Sheets API. You can write a Python script or something simple to pull latest price data for your tokens from Coingecko and write it to a sheet, and then just use some basic formulas in the sheet to calculate your returns. Should be pretty quick to do!

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These days, most major institutions trade using automated bots. The speed is usually determined by the API limits of the exchange + the computer systems being used to execute the trades. The good liquidity just means they wont have as much slippage w market orders. Liquidty helps create more stable and efficient markets. See XTX Markets for example of major institution and you can image how much liquidty they need to move billions of dollars in trades every day.

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Farm that 3% anual API king, you will be rich in 87 years!

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Some basic Browser & Internet hardening advice which is especially useful if you hold crypto: 1. Enable HTTPS-Only and DNS over HTTPS 2. Enable Highest Privacy/Security Settings 3. Enable Do-Not-Track/Do-Not-Sell Browser Data 4. Enable Auto Delete Cookies/Site Data on Exit or straight up enable incognito mode 5. Disable "Save Passwords" and use a Password Manager, i'd recommend Bitwarden + Security Key for 10$/€ a year. 6. Install NoScript and Adblock. Also always use multi-factor authentication, even better buy a Security Key f.e. Yubikey, Nitrokey etc. especially when it comes to withdrawing/selling on exchanges. If you are using API Keys for external websites/tax purposes/portfolio trackers make sure you set the keys to Read Only and replace them every now and then. [https://haveibeenpwned.com/](https://haveibeenpwned.com/) is your friend make sure to visit every now and then. And last but not least, unless you wanna stake on an exchange just self custody onto your hardware wallet.

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Actually there is a public API for registration data, so I just need to run a query for a person in Chicago that owned Audi X and Audi Y in the time period and I will find you basically instantly.

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Anyone had a chance to play around with the Robinhood crypto API yet?

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Apps that purport to do what I'm after say they use the [blockchain.com](http://blockchain.com) (I think) API

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Thanks! Made it during the last bull market 😅 There's no UI for weekly or monthly aggregation There's API endpoints that allow pulling counts with hourly, daily, weekly, monthly aggregates: https://api-y7sbigyecq-uc.a.run.app/docs Until I gather myself to make this, the only option is to look at the daily counts over the last 6 months by clicking on a coin.

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If you make a comment, especially on new posts, you will know within 15-30 minutes if the comment gets any attention. If it's at +1 after an hours without any replies, you know no one will interact with it and you could delete it already. This rule will be way too easy to exploit. Coding this rule shouldn't be an issue - simple loop can do it, maybe not a one-liner like some other rules. And from my experience I know that daily data should also be easily possible, a crawler wouldn't eat that many resources as the activity is 100% limited by the API rate limits. So if you automate it, you can pretty much run it as often as you want. However, checking all posts which are newer than 3 days already took 1-3 hours based on activity - this could easily get much longer if the bull run continues and activity peaks. I just feel like cryptocurrencies should have as strict rules as possible. Either they apply for everyone in the same way, or you better leave it out completely. And then again - if a stream is used to index all posts and comments, everything I say is probably invalid.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I've used River for my business and found their API integration to be seamless. For tax reporting, I recommend using a crypto-specific tool like CoinTracker or Accointing to streamline transaction tracking and filing. Anyone else have experience with these tools?

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"Released an API..." with no link to the API or its details. 😞

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I just googled the wallet when I was testing a API, It was included as a test address, Wanted to see if it was popular lol

Mentions:#API

Well, the non-human users mainly refer to either a) Smart Contracts using our callback mechanism; and/or b) users that use our platform via one of the provides API’s, in both cases, they need to pay for the particular service. Having in mind the services we provide, what kind of attack do you have in mind that would bring an attacker more than he has to pay for the services?

Mentions:#API

We don’t see much of a problem with computational resources for our project, especially since we are not planning to run larger models on our own, but we mainly act as an interface to already existing API services, streamlining access to it. Nevertheless, our architecture was build having scalability in mind. Our agents are completely decentralized, and thus highly scalable. This is especially important in two cases: a) if a certain AI is highly used by our users; and b) if we run neural networks ourselves (e.g., smaller networks, open source AGI, …). In both cases we would just spawn a larger number of agents, able to execute the necessary workload. Later this year, we will have all agents based on docker and will so be able to utilize large kubernetes infrastructures in a very flexible and highly scalable way. First agents are already dockerized, so we know the concept works… As towards Homomorphic Encryption: this is especially reasonable if you work with data that you need to perform computations on. Since we currently mostly support AGI, and smaller tools on top of it, other forms of encryption might be more reasonable to ensure privacy. We are already developing a concept for different kinds of encryption, in which homomorphic encryption is just technology we might support. This being said, we are of course open for collaborations with other projects. Encryption, especially in the context of blockchain based networks is a hard topic, so working together with other projects on this topic would be very reasonable.

Mentions:#API#AGI

1. Well, in my opinion if quantum computing rises to the point that it can break Blockchain cryptography then it will most probably be the end of the Blockchain in general therefore, the end also for most projects where the core of the concept require blockchain. The quantum resistant technology in this case has to apply more at the blockchain level rather than BAI level. At some point, if this happens, then BAI could decide to support only Quantum resistant blockchain, if any, and migrate data from other chains eventually or at least, provide them as legacy. Also since by 2025 we plan to have a Blockchain Data Caching system in place, this will also serve as a backup of the On Chain data. 2. To keep it simple, Agents are constantly running and listening to new task requests added to the different blockchains so every time a user request a task, an Agent will start to process it almost instantly, the time needed to solve a task basically combine 1) the blockchain transaction time to init the query + the request to the 3rd party API time or the local processing time if the model run locally + the blockchain transaction time to store the result. At the moment there is no feature to access data from one blockchain to another as we don’t see any reasonable use case for it but of course, if our community comes up with a legit one and requests it to be implemented through our DAO we will definitely look into it. 3. As a project just starting and not yet on the market aside of our Testnet MVPs we cannot share any businesses or entrepreneurs that implemented our services and features but we are definitely working in that direction and are discussing different projects to work together on such partnership and implementation. As for the strategy to lower the entry barrier well, the priority is to offer a similar set of features than the Web2 UI versions of the API we work with while working constantly on reducing the processing time. Ideally a system limiting the amount of transactions to sign to make multiple requests would be a good addition and we have to put the R&D team on this in near future. The facture that we use Blockchain will of course always make the processing time a bit slower than the Web2 counterpart due to the Blockchain transaction time but there is no other way to bring AI to Blockchain so a project that really need AI access to it’s smart contract or a user that really don’t want to subscribe to multiple monthly services will definitely understand and accept this compromise.

Mentions:#BAI#API#DAO

Well, technically, the project will pay for ressources,  external API request etc  to process all the users requests and therefore we need to be paid as well. We are a fully compliant and registered project in Hong Kong. The Regulation is very strict about Utility Token scheme and therefore, projects like us better use their own Utility token to have full control on its utility and compliance. Price in BAI for the different services will be flexible and adjusted to the price of BAI in the market so our users will always pay the same price in usd value for the services. We are not storing the results of the prompt for its own sake, but, in case of the B2C approach, in order to allow access of different AI via one interface, and in case of the B2B approach, to make AI accessible to Smart Contracts at all. That’s what sets us also apart from our competitors. Furthemore, we do not plan to run our own AI models, especially not large networks like LLM. We rather act as a standardized interface to already existing AI services. Therefore, the question on how we plan to make our model better than ChatGPT 4 doesn’t even come up. We of course plan to constantly improve, the MVPs here are just MVP, which represent the very basic version of the final product we have in mind. Over time we will add more options and optimisations to the existing features as well as support new AI and add new custom features similare to our AI Brainstorming feature for example. Here our current roadmap: https://i.redd.it/30ogr7v0562d1.gif

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This is indeed a very important topic that is not yet really addressed by most Blockchain AI projects, probably because it is a difficult task but we do plan to solve it and we are currently working and studying different options. Basically, what we want to verify is that, for example, if User 1 request a chatGPT 4 task with the prompt xyz, then we want to ensure that the answer recorded is indeed an answer from chatGPT 4 on this exact xyz prompt and not from another AI or source. In the case of AI tools we use by calling their rest API like OpenAI (chatGPT, DallE etc) then they do have a system of seed, basically, every request their AI process receive a seed, like a unique id or number. Which means with this exact seed and the exact same prompt, you can get the exact or very close result. Based on this, we are studying the possibility to run some verification functionalities on the Agents. A bit like the blockchain node system, where some node process transactions and others only validate them, we could imagine that when one Agent process a request, a couple other randomly selected would get the task, the seed and verify the result by processing the same query using the exact same seed (that would be stored on chain with the result). We could also have a ranking system where the score of an agent would decrease if the verification of their task fails, which would help users to select the best agents to process their task or at least decide to exclude the bad one. All this requires more R&D for sure but these are some of the paths we are exploring to solve this problem. At the moment, since the Agents are only run by BlockAI itself, it is less of an issue.

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