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BitMouseDAO: How A DAO Is Modifying Mouse DNA To Store Bitcoin

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The Plan to Put Bitcoin in Mouse DNA With a Genetically Engineered Virus

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A DAO Wants To Inject Bitcoin Into Mouse DNA via a Genetically Modified Virus

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BitMouseDao, an anonymous artist, plans to use a mouse's DNA as a wallet for BTC

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A DAO Wants To Inject Bitcoin Into Mouse DNA via a Genetically Modified Virus

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Wtf: Organization plans to put Bitcoin into Mice by genetically engineering Bitcoin Wallet Keys into their DNA: Their Children will have the Bitcoin DNA too

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The Plan to Put Bitcoin in Mouse DNA With a Genetically Engineered Virus

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The Plan to Put Bitcoin in Mouse DNA With a Genetically Engineered Virus

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The Plan to Put Bitcoin in Mouse DNA With a Genetically Engineered Virus

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How does the usage of "utility tokens" affect the price? Let's use Encrypgen ($DNA) as an example.

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Making generative art and gaming that interacts with a community. Basically NFTs allow breeding and DNA into the media that can be identified and valued more easy in the market if you let them breed and be controlled by community who is participating with them for an emergent phenomenon

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Radiation hasn't changed. The damage it does to living cells, DNA, etc. hasn't changed.

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Internet: I need a DNA test

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It's easy to show people how ignorant it is to compare bitcoin to tulip mania. But most of the people that compare bitcoin to tulip mania typically do not care how ignorant of a comparison it is. It is not known exactly how long tulip mania lasted as there is no data available from February of 1637 to the beginning of May. Low estimates for its duration fall around 3 months. At the highest estimate, it may have lasted 6 months ([Source](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tulip_mania#/media/File:Tulip_price_index1.svg)). Tulip bulb prices crashed once and it was over. Bubbles do not typically burst and then come back. Bitcoin was founded in 2009 and experienced its first “bubble” if you will, in June 2011 when the price rose to $32 before crashing. And tulip mania was also not about ordinary tulip bulbs. Ordinary tulip bulbs weren't worth a lot of money. The tulip mania bulbs were mutants that were infected with an aphid-borne mosaic virus which gave them bright and unique patterns. The mutated DNA could not be passed down by normal seeds, only bulb offsets which occur maybe once a year. So these “broken” bulbs controlled the only supply for a specific rare and desirable flower. Estimates on the value of one of those mutant tulip bulbs if a single one existed today are between 1 to 2 million dollars. You could sell one of those rare tulip bulbs for over a million dollars now but they don't exist anymore. The tulip mania story is mostly fiction - https://www.history.com/news/tulip-mania-financial-crash-holland >But according to historian Anne Goldgar, Mackay’s tales of huge fortunes lost and distraught people drowning themselves in canals are more fiction than fact. Goldgar, a professor of early modern history at King’s College London and author of Tulipmania: Money, Honor and Knowledge in the Dutch Golden Age, understands why Mackay’s myth-making has endured. >“It’s a great story and the reason why it’s a great story is that it makes people look stupid,” says Goldgar, who laments that even a serious economist like John Kenneth Galbraith parroted Mackay’s account in A Short History of Financial Euphoria. “But the idea that tulip mania caused a big depression is completely untrue. As far as I can see, it caused no real effect on the economy whatsoever.” >To get the real scoop on tulip mania, Goldgar went to the source. She spent years scouring the archives of Dutch cities like Amsterdam, Alkmaar, Enkhuizen and especially Haarlem, the center of the tulip trade. She painstakingly collected 17th-century manuscript data from public notaries, small claims courts, wills and more. And what Goldgar found wasn’t an irrational and widespread tulip craze, but a relatively small and short-lived market for an exotic luxury. >She only found 37 people who paid more than 300 guilders for a tulip bulb, the equivalent of what a skilled craftsman earned in a year. >What really surprised Goldgar, given Mackay’s tales of financial ruin, was that she wasn’t able to find a single case of an individual who went bankrupt after the tulip market crashed. Even the Dutch painter Jan van Goyen, who allegedly lost everything in the tulip crash, appears to have been done in by land speculation. The real economic fallout, in Goldgar’s assessment, was far more contained and manageable

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Not really, no. A computer virus is called a virus for a reason, it's a very close analogy. They are specific to niche weaknesses in structure that are often determined by code, DNA. And the randomizing feature of that code works better than clones do specifically for the exact same reason that re-use of computer code makes catastrophic failure of the whole system an unacceptable risk. Diversity consistently survives where uniformity does not (and goes extinct), against targeted threats to specific weaknesses. Biology is a repeated reminder of this and a big experiment telling you the right answer here over and over, but you are not listening.

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It is not known exactly how long tulip mania lasted as there is no data available from February of 1637 to the beginning of May. Low estimates for its duration fall around 3 months. At the highest estimate, it may have lasted 6 months ([Source](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tulip_mania#/media/File:Tulip_price_index1.svg)). Tulip bulb prices crashed once and it was over. Bubbles do not typically burst and then come back. Bitcoin was founded in 2009 and experienced its first “bubble” if you will, in June 2011 when the price rose to over $32. And tulip mania was also not about ordinary tulip bulbs. Ordinary tulip bulbs weren't worth a lot of money. The tulip mania bulbs were mutants infected with an aphid-borne mosaic virus which gave them bright and unique patterns. The mutated DNA could not be passed down by normal seeds, only bulb offsets which occur maybe once a year. So these “broken” bulbs controlled the only supply for a specific rare and desirable flower. Estimates on the value of one of those mutant tulip bulbs if a single one existed today are between $1-2 million. You could sell one of those rare tulip bulbs for over a million dollars now but they don't exist anymore. The tulip mania story is mostly fiction - https://www.history.com/news/tulip-mania-financial-crash-holland >But according to historian Anne Goldgar, Mackay’s tales of huge fortunes lost and distraught people drowning themselves in canals are more fiction than fact. Goldgar, a professor of early modern history at King’s College London and author of Tulipmania: Money, Honor and Knowledge in the Dutch Golden Age, understands why Mackay’s myth-making has endured. >“It’s a great story and the reason why it’s a great story is that it makes people look stupid,” says Goldgar, who laments that even a serious economist like John Kenneth Galbraith parroted Mackay’s account in A Short History of Financial Euphoria. “But the idea that tulip mania caused a big depression is completely untrue. As far as I can see, it caused no real effect on the economy whatsoever.” >To get the real scoop on tulip mania, Goldgar went to the source. She spent years scouring the archives of Dutch cities like Amsterdam, Alkmaar, Enkhuizen and especially Haarlem, the center of the tulip trade. She painstakingly collected 17th-century manuscript data from public notaries, small claims courts, wills and more. And what Goldgar found wasn’t an irrational and widespread tulip craze, but a relatively small and short-lived market for an exotic luxury. >She only found 37 people who paid more than 300 guilders for a tulip bulb, the equivalent of what a skilled craftsman earned in a year. >What really surprised Goldgar, given Mackay’s tales of financial ruin, was that she wasn’t able to find a single case of an individual who went bankrupt after the tulip market crashed. Even the Dutch painter Jan van Goyen, who allegedly lost everything in the tulip crash, appears to have been done in by land speculation. The real economic fallout, in Goldgar’s assessment, was far more contained and manageable

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>Oldie but a goodie - sperm donations still sell... and besides, what else were you doing with it? In the age of Ancestry DNA testing, sperm donation means dozens of kids knocking on your door in 15 years

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Sorry for the loss. For future probably don’t use Bitcoin for autograph purchases unless you really can trust the person. There’s just way to many fakes, also just stick to the big three JSA, PSA/DNA, for the most part (UD/Jordan, fanatics, etc)

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Bill Gates' vaccines are putting 5G in your DNA... never forget. lol

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> there's nothing besides your DNA that's actually "unique" about you Aside from identical twins who share all but a vanishingly small amount of mutations, or chimeric people whose DNA can appear to be from two different (though related) persons depending on where it's sampled from, you also have people who have had bone marrow transplants and now have identical DNA (when sampled from the blood) as the donor. Using DNA as a key is fraught even without GATTACA-like shenanigans.

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Totally fun suggestions. More holes to poke though: Depending on the tech used for the fingerprinting there's a margin for error that would not be fun. Plus, the data said machine sends is just data that can be spoofed. Like a SIM card. Tattoos could be faked with incredible precision if there was a market for it. It would depend on what level of precision the measuring device is for it. As far as I'm aware, there's nothing besides your DNA that's actually "unique" about you, and even that falls into the same issues of spoofing or getting a sample of someone to use.

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I think the future will be DNA wallets.

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I mean… he battled those bills all his life, hence why he became a 500 millionaire. It’s in his DNA. Now that he is rich it doesn’t change him, he is still the same dude. That is admirable.

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I mentioned an attribute, your woke-DNA gets rtiggered and your brain shut off? Get some fresh air sweety

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Newbs, I mean those who have never experienced a Bitcoin bear market, I just wanted to share this [old meme](https://youtu.be/mp5Dx0ED4MU). It's not the original one on the roller coaster from like 2016, but it's a decent representation. It gets easier over time. This has happened repeatedly in Bitcoin's short history. It's in Bitcoin's DNA to give everyone a chance and another chance and another chance. Here's another [oldie but a goodie](https://youtu.be/XbZ8zDpX2Mg).

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So even if I give my fingerprints, retina scan, DNA and 2FA I still can't withdraw? Maybe you guys were right about not using KYC exchanges...

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tldr; Ukraine announces at Consensus 2022 that it will use NFTs to save its cultural DNA by digitizing every single piece of art or history in its museums. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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Do you remember the 2017 Air Force contracts given out in Ukraine specifically for DNA of Russians? One of the RFIs (request of information) to the contract was to the effect of, "does the DNA of Ukrainians count towards the number of DNA samples" and the answer was no. Putin understood what this meant. https://www.airforcetimes.com/news/pentagon-congress/2017/11/02/how-a-pentagon-research-project-convinced-vladimir-putin-of-a-coming-biowar/

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While I appreciate the sentiment, I am pretty sure that nobody is trying to replicate my DNA.

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Biometrics are too easy to clone. Get a stand of hair and you've got their DNA, a glass or keyboard someone touched and you've got their fingerprint. Even retinal can be cloned from a good enough photograph. You need multiple factors. Something you have, and something you know.

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Someone needs to be the first to connect a wallet address to a fingerprint or DNA.

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Can someone explain why everyone just hates NFTs by default? It's like most people are born with a deep-rooted hate for the concept, it's part of their DNA or something. Weird af. I see it here too. Why hate on the blue chips especially? I don't understand.

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I used my DNA to generate a seed with a passphrase from of the checksum of my fingerprints.

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And background in research as in research you have participated in, PId etc. for example in my undergrad I was published in stem cell leukemia DNA inhibition via RNA binding protein musashi. While it is unrelated to politics, having that background in research gave me the experience I need to differentiate reliable sources. Most people who complain of snopes are uneducated who have no idea what they are looking at.

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You are definitely made from the CC user material. Losing money is in our DNA. We love you brother.

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99% of users won't care. A majority aren't here for the tech, the decentralization, the security etc.. Solana users, and most crypto holders, would buy into a project if it required a DNA sample as KYC and it was mined off of the blood of kittens...as long as they can make $$$

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>What if we use A DNA SAMPLE as the private key? (Yeah, I know, taking DNA samples has its own ethical issues, but anything sent to an address generated from the DNA private key would technically be the closest you would get to sending it unequivocally to that specific person...) Seems like a ridiculously bad security risk if you're now one handshake or discarded coffee cup away from having all your personal data stolen. People need to study some cyber security that isn't purely the result of ad-hoc rationalizations for get rich quick schemes. Absolutely NO ONE credible in the industry thinks securing sensitive data with a private key only is remotely secure. There's a reason 2FA and 3FA exists. There's a reason password/account recovery exists. A system where if your private key is compromised its permanently, irrevocably fucked in incredibly brittle and not remotely secure. "but it would take trillions of years to break 256bit SHA!" yeah that's not how any security system has ever been hacked. It swaps a problem basically no one has in exchange for making extremely common security vulnerabilities like losing your password or having it stolen vastly worse.

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Even if someone was delusional enough to think that that'd be a good idea they would immediately alienate like 80% of society from using whatever system it was. No way in hell Im giving the state a sample of my DNA, I wont even do an 'ancestry.com' test. And I live in a highly functional democracy.

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I realize the entire idea is completely ludicrous but let's say we do have a decentralized blockchains storing all our sensitive private information (encrypted and anonymous, of course) What if we use A DNA SAMPLE as the private key? (Yeah, I know, taking DNA samples has its own ethical issues, but anything sent to an address generated from the DNA private key would technically be the closest you would get to sending it unequivocally to that specific person...)

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I won't down vote but I disagree that bitcoin is closely related to the nasdaq at all. The percentage increases are not even on the same playing fields. You can squeeze charts on anything in the world and make them look similar. This has been proven before as the human mind always looks for matching patterns. It's in our DNA. Patternization. Look closer at the two (Bitcoin and Nasdaq). They are not the same sir.

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Your private key will be a super key consisting of your DNA genome, finger print and a neural fingerprint of an imaginary 9 square cube being lit up.

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The internet is like 75% porn, is the internet a waste of energy? Waste of DNA data for sure...

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I think it is. It has DNA(code) it feeds off energy to grow and become more robust. It adjusts in real time to its environment with the difficulty adjustment and price.

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Depends on how they extract the DNA LOL

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Exactly what I was going to say. Atleast it's not a DNA scraper....yet...

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You are the fool who believe at first place about anything that China says. It's in their blood and DNA to lie.

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I am waiting for female robots taking DNA samples from our cum

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Dear Bill Gates can you finance my DNA test promise real quick? Promise I will sell all of my cryptos

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In the future I want my Bitcoin to be DNA hardcoded or something.

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just code my DNA sequence into the blockchain already

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10 cents/day? Think 60 cents a year because that's how much each DNA sequence cost in 23andMe and GlaxoSmithKline deal. Fuck that, that's not worth the risk of DNA information being leaked and God knows what can happen with it.

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My DNA is unique among all living things I'm more scarcity

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You're downvoted, because your OP is right. It's not sufficient that something is "rare" for it to be "scarce". They're two different things. Scarce means rarity ***with Demand***. Toenails marked with my DNA are "rare". Very limited supply. Only 10 currently available in the entire world. 2 million times rarer than Bitcoin. But no one cares. They're not "scarce" - because no one wants them. There's no Demand. > "Can you name a thing on Earth that's not scarce?" Yes I can: My toenails. Rare. But not Scarce.

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Some people cannot look away from the charts and playing the long game just isn't in their DNA. Downturns like this hit those people extra hard. I personally don't understand it, but that is what it is. Although I can see anyone connected to Luna being extra salty, I can sympathize with those a bit more. Just DCA BTC and ETH and come back in 5-10.

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i didn't know i had degen in my DNA. i picked up $100 of wLuna yesterday. It doubled. I rolled my initial investment into ETH, and I'm going to let the profit ride. You guys are a bad influence on me...and I wouldn't have it any other way.😂😂

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This right here. This is insane to keep anything with them in custody. Not my kids, not my nuggets, hell, I wouldn't even trust them with my shit as they can sell the DNA...

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And DNA wok

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Hey man I hope things are alright. Just remember that we are here for you. Life is always going to be worth living bro. It's in our blood and DNA to survive, it will hurt for a while but you'll come back stronger. Trust me. Ive been there and can say even with my portfolio going to shit, I'm fine with it. Best of luck friend!

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tldr; Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong and COO Emilie Choi said the company has no plans to acquire or merge with Robinhood. "We are a crypto company, crypto is in our DNA and everything we do is in service of building the crypto economy and increasing economic freedom," Choi said. The company's large amount of crypto under custody and strategic relations serve as a "moat" against competitors. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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Uh...your desktop? You mean ya'll don't keep your crypto activity on an encrypted virtual machine hidden on a hidden, encrypted partition on a disk that can only be accessed with a DNA sample?

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>Merchant adoption is growing very slowly, because fiat is convenient and programmed in our DNA almost. Like a religion. And because it actually keeps a stable purchasing power for day to day trade, which is why stablecoins peg their value to USD. >Once inflation goes hyper, what alternative do we have? CBDC and lose your sovereignty? You should look at countries that already have hyperinflation and see how many actually use crypto as their main currency before you think hyperinflation is going to save crypto. >CBDC and lose your sovereignty? yeah, people would never "lose their sovereignty" in order to use a vastly more efficient and cost effective centralized service. People won't even use Diaspora over Facebook and there's 0 cost difference, juts convenience. No current crypto is ever going to replace fiat. sorry

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What would a Donald J. Trump DNA test be like? Not sure I would want to find out.

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She’s totally a liar in this regard, but Trump also changed the terms to **he has to personally DNA test her** which is comical lmao

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**TL;DR It's a thumb drive (oversimplified) that you can use as a way to authenticate yourself when you log into an account** You know 2FA? Like how you get a text every time you log into some site with a 6 digit code? A Yubikey is a similar premise. To log into something, you will need both your password, and access to the Yubikey. The Yubikey is usually something that looks like a USB Thumb Drive. Inside, the yubikey can generate authorization codes to access those accounts. Theoretically, it's one of the best cybersecurity measures you can take. Unlike an SMS 2FA message, it can't be spoofed by a SIM attack. Unlike a 2FA app that generates those codes, Yubikeys CANNOT be cloned or copied. Trying to extract codes from a Yubikey is the kind of thing only a handful of people/labs are capable of doing in the entire world, the type of thing the NSA would struggle doing. For this reason, Yubikeys are almost always bought in pairs, so one Yubikey can be used on your day to day, and the other is likely getting put in a bank safety deposit box or something. Though it might be overkill to secure your Reddit account with a Yubikey, this type of authentication is common in big businesses, or when dealing with money (like with cryptocurrency). There's only three real different things that you can use to secure an account. To log into an account, you could require: something you know (a password, PIN code, security questions), something you have (a particular phone, a SIM card, a Yubikey) and something you are (DNA, Fingerprint, face scan, gait). Ideally, you want an account to require at least 2 of those to log in. What good is 2 of something you know if a $5 hammer can get you to squeal those out? Or relying solely on a phone to log in automatically into an account? What if it gets stolen. Or what if someone takes your phone and scans your face or fingerprint while you're asleep? A Yubikey is more useful than a phone (though, this point is arguable) in the sense that its abilitity to authenticate is not copyable, not feasibly broken or exploited, significantly easier to conceal from a mugger than a phone, and is not vulnerable to viruses (though the device you connect it to is).

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If a judge asks a defendant to produce their hard wallet PIN or password, how is the court supposed to know the duress PIN is, or is not, the real wallet with the majority of the defendant’s bitcoin, if they both open the device and lead to real (but different) wallets? This plausible deniability can't be defeated, and nobody can compel you to take a lie detector test, a precedent People vs. Baynes set. It's possible they could hire a blockchain forensics firm and see if you sent any money to/from a CEX (centralized exchange) to the address associated with the duress wallet. This creates a new problem though, because it assumes the defendant didn’t already know this. Because if they did, then they’ll gladly send money attached to their name to the addresses associated with the duress wallet, maybe even purposely lay a trail of breadcrumbs elsewhere. With the REAL wallet, the defendant will never use a CEX attached to their name. If they want to buy or sell bitcoin, they’ll simply use a DEX (decentralized exchange) like Bisq. The only way to defeat this legally would require the court to have access to the defendant’s phone/computer, and the defendant would have to keep on this phone/computer the Xpub/Zpub of the REAL wallet. An Xpub/Zpub is an extended private key that you can put into any mobile phone’s wallet, or computer’s desktop wallet. It shows all the wallet’s details and transactions, and can generate receive addresses, but does not allow any money to be sent out of it. These wallets are usually called “watch only” or “receive only” wallets. The few cases we’ve seen heretofore which mostly involve major hackers are not easy to put together. They require whole teams and years to untangle transactions, and even then they need access to a phone, computer, or cloud to prove ownership beyond a doubt. All of them get caught because though because they use a CEX, one attached to their, or an associate’s name. The problem in the future of course will be what happens when a bitcoin circular economy develops, meaning enough products and services are sold in bitcoin that a CEX is no longer necessary, because you don’t need to swap in or out of cash. There’s also the Lightning Network which is FAR more private than bitcoin’s layer 1. Bad actors up to the present time haven’t utilized the Lightning Network because it’s still relatively new. Hard wallets and self-custody also open the door for trustless and tax free (no probate court middle men) inheritance schemes. And like I said in the post, the game theory of legalizations and tax-free locales will force some changes broadly. Point is, bitcoin isn’t seizable with proper self-custody. I said First Amendment in the previous reply, but actually meant to say Fifth Amendment. Initially authorities can get a warrant to search all your devices, but can’t compel you to provide a password/passcode. State vs. Valdez which the ACLU was involved in even argued that the police cannot disclose to a jury that you refused to provide it. Biometric data, DNA, and handwriting samples can all be compelled by a court of course. It’s a legally complicated issue and electronic laws are ever changing, but in the rare circumstance they try compelling you to decrypt your device, you have plausible deniability with that duress PIN.

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It's like that Fahrenheit movie, it's in a birds DNA somewhere

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1. The protocol. 2. It is not bad( It is part of the process) . Time will do it's things, more and more people will produce energy , products, etc . 3. Here's my *beliefs* . Seems to me the blockchain is extremely representative of time, every components makes me think of DNA and it's aura of liberty makes me dreamy. 4. Quite a nice community actually, most are not honest because of their bad habit . Still the genuine one's are beautifully knowledgeable and outbalance the other camp . The wizards are not affected by cycles and time. 5. Time to run your node?

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Technically it’s a matter of DNA that distinguishes the species

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Nope. It would be like rearranging the DNA of a species.

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No you couldn't have. Tulip mania was not about ordinary tulip bulbs and this is an 8 year chart. It is not known exactly how long tulip mania lasted as there is no data available from February of 1637 to the beginning of May. Low estimates for its duration fall around 3 months. At the highest estimate, it may have lasted 6 months ([Source](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tulip_mania#/media/File:Tulip_price_index1.svg)). Tulip bulb prices crashed once and it was over. Bubbles do not typically burst and then come back. Bitcoin was founded in 2009 and experienced its first “bubble” if you will, in June 2011 when the price rose to over $30 (it's not even on this chart). Tulip mania was also not about ordinary tulip bulbs. Ordinary tulip bulbs weren't worth a lot of money. The tulip mania bulbs were mutants infected with an aphid-borne mosaic virus which gave them bright and unique patterns. The mutated DNA could not be passed down by normal seeds, only bulb offsets which occur maybe once a year. So these “broken” bulbs controlled the only supply for a specific rare and desirable flower. You could sell one of those rare tulip bulbs for over a million dollars now but they don't exist anymore.

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A tablespoon of semen contains on the order of equivalent Terabytes of DNA. Just saying it might help transaction fees...

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What about that guy who kept a DNA sample encoded with his seed phrase?

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Here's the obscure part . If It is a puzzle and you could solve it . How apart are you going to be from the rest ? If you could solve it trusting anyone or leaking any piece of data would be a dark day " For national security your value would be way more than a random individual disappearing " . It is a great example why the Public key is needed and why it is actually a privacy mechanism. We are trying to reproduce intelligence with Technology, cloning and with some hopium lets imagine we enter a multiplanetary stage and we make open contact with different species. It is simple , DNA only will be a flawed test , Robots could copy other robots , etc. Futuristic life should be discern by the ability to create your own keys without any external effort, not by your specie . This way of of thinking should perish and at that point innovation will flourish . *For example: Y wouldn't be able to make a crime and send a clone to slave for his sins in jail. This is sick not really for the crime but for the clone or any intelligent lifeform .* In this scenario , we could see X solving the puzzle then every peer of X would know it and can rebroadcast it to more peers . **Note** : The actual identity of the person don't matter . His pseudo identity is actually more important because it is on the blockchain which is the only thing that can't be reproduced or deleted .

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I'd call it "shitcoin" and it logo would be a DNA helix in the shape of a poop.

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This omits the most important piece of information of the interview. Adam Back; 'When there is some new technology, oftentimes people's expectation is (and intuition), which is reasonable, is that "Oh this is the first version, there will be more and better things later" but that's not always the case and it seems like Bitcoin is one of those areas where basically there is not much room to improve it, which is counterintuitive. I spent some months trying to... How I came to the realization is that I tried to improve it and found that pretty much anything you change, made something else worse.' 'It's kind of like a biological building block thing, right? All biological organisms are based on DNA with the same building blocks and you think "Surely there must be life with lots of different building blocks" but no, there is one. It kind of seems like that somehow, which people have trouble believing because it goes against normal scientific intuition, but as far as I can tell, it seems to be the case.' ​ Like Michael Saylor has said multiple times... Bitcoin isn't perfect. And it doesn't have to be. It was the first of its kind that was good enough. Just like our DNA didn't have to be perfect in order for our entire world to transform into what it is today. It just had to be viable enough to sustain life over prolonged periods of time.

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Even if you were lucky enough to be born to parents who care about your education and success, you still have to do the work. Highly paid skills aren't in your DNA nor are they transferred by osmosis.

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tldr; Scientists have found that humans and animals die after amassing a similar number of genetic mutations, suggesting the speed of DNA errors is critical in determining the lifespan of a species. The scientists analysed genetic errors in the stem cells from the intestines of 16 species of mammal and found that the longer the lifespan, the slower the rate at which mutations occur. The average number of mutations at the end of lifespan across species was around 3,200. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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I must say that it's not very clear in the way it's written and I don't have time to read it multiple times to figure it out but I think it is linking digital ownership with with the owners DNA. So proof of DNA is proof of ownership. Interested to hear others thoughts...

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Post is by: DingDongWhoDis and the url/text [ ](https://goo.gl/GP6ppk)is: /r/CryptoCurrency/comments/u3247b/air_europa_to_launch_worlds_first_nft_flight/ Air Europa to launch world’s first NFT flight: https://nftevening.com/travelx-and-air-europa-partner-to-offer-nftickets-for-flights/ "TravelX, the blockchain-based travel distribution startup, just announced a new partnership with Spanish airline Air Europa. Together, they will launch NFTickets – the world’s first NFT flight tickets. TravelX & Air Europa are launching the world’s first NFT flight tickets this month. The 10 NFTickets series, created in collaboration with renowned artists, will be released every 14 days via TravelX. The first NFTicket was available during a live auction on 11 April. So what do NFT holders get? Holders will be able to board an Air Europa flight to Miami Beach on November 29, 2022. Furthermore, they will get access to events in the run-up to Art Basel in Miami this December. More about the TravelX & Air Europa partnership The series, titled “The Art as the Destination”, is curated by Ximena Caminos. Multi-disciplinary artist Carlos Betancourt – known for his artworks that explore memory, identity and communication – created the first NFT. When speaking about the collaboration, Air Europa‘s Global Sales Director Bernardo Botella said: “Innovation is in our DNA. We have been pioneers in applying new technologies within our industry and it can not be different with NFTs, which could be the next step in the travel industry. “We are proud to be the first airline to adopt blockchain technology for inventory management and distribution. We’re excited to see where this could take travel as a whole and how it could improve the customer experience.” TravelX’s Co-Founder, Facundo Diaz, agreed: “It’s exciting to give birth to a new kind of NFT, minted on Algorands carbon-negative blockchain. We will blend the best of the traditional NFT but add real-world application and experience. We believe NFTickets will be the perfect fusion of art, travel, and technology.” To celebrate this collaboration, TravelX is hosting an invitation-only event at the Eiffel Tower during Paris Blockchain Week and Paris NFT Day. Paris Blockchain Week is currently taking place in the European city of Paris to raise awareness of all things blockchain, NFT and crypto-related." The first ever NFT plane ticket went up for auction earlier: https://www.tripsavvy.com/nft-plane-ticket-auction-5225650 It went for over 1 million USDC: https://twitter.com/travelx__/status/1514342226230394881?s=20&t=0riwkvo2oAvyUdtZtrss1w The NFT tickets are hosted on Algorand. *I am a bot, and this action was performed automatically. Please [contact the moderators of this subreddit](/message/compose/?to=/r/CryptoCurrency) if you have any questions or concerns.*

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I’m not giving my DNA to some random group or organizations, this just screams dystopian

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>All humans are given a single wallet, verified by their DNA and proof of life. This gives me a throwback to the movie Gattaca.

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Bitcoin didn't have a fair distribution, and neither has any other crypto. Introducing DNAcoin. All humans are given a single wallet, verified by their DNA and proof of life. All wallets are instantiated (begin with) with the same set value of coins. This is the only source of new coins.

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tldr; BitMouseDAO aims to code a cryptocurrency wallet passkey into the DNA of a lab mouse using a genetically-engineered virus. Cryptocurrency investors can purchase BitMouse tokens to participate in this project’s community and governance and receive a share of profits. The project is being incentivised through NFTs created from images of the initial BitMouse and its future offspring. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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Human nature. As simple as that. Tribalism is in our DNA. You can find this in any aspect in life and crypto is not gonna be any different That said, spend your time hating things that are out of your control it's a huge waste of time and effort. Hate does takes a toll on you. Switch to being grateful for what you have and opportunities ahead. That's the correct mindset

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No problem, will just need the following: 1. DNA sample 2. Stool sample 3. Eye scan 4. Finger prints 5. Dental imprints 6. Urine sample 7. All of the above for your children, spouse, parents, and spouses parents

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In the future DNA will be your password, and that’s a bad thing

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Ok so let’s say someone illegally digs up a dead body that they believe may or may not be Danny Cotten. You still can’t get DNA testing done on a random corpse. And if you could, you still need a control sample.

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Elon is rumoured to have been genetically enegineered to have a stable DNA mix of both Human and Shiba genes.

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tldr; BitMouseDAO aims to code a cryptocurrency wallet passkey into the DNA of a lab mouse using a genetically-engineered virus. Cryptocurrency investors can purchase BitMouse tokens to participate in this project’s community and governance and receive a share of profits. The project is being incentivised through NFTs created from images of the initial BitMouse and its future offspring. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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People already willingly hand over their DNA and pay hundreds on top of it to find out what their heritage is, or to get dietary recommendations. Which knowingly gets shared with law enforcement agencies and databases. People will absolutely hand over their DNA at a gamble for free money.

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Yeah, it does sound crazy. Next up is a DNA for crypto application I guess.

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Well I have no interest in mixing my DNA with *anyone* 😂

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But she read your name, she wants her DNA to mix with yours.

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