https://open.spotify.com/episode/64ZsPU8e2CHvWQM9lqnLEY?si=Mw0x8MU6SyGtGN7FTW0yVA&utm_source=copy-link meet John Abramson, MD, Harvard Medical School Lecturer, national drug litigation expert, and author. podcast is 3hrs so tldl: medical science is broken. peer review is broken. regulatory agencies are broken. Industry funds research and summarize proprietary data. Peer reviewers don't get access to raw data, only their summary which has been found under subpoena to be fraudulent resulting in deaths of 60k people in just one case where no criminal went to jail, only subsidiary got penalized, and fine plus victim compensation was less than profit. there are many more cases. US doesn't have integrity control nor do they do risk/benefit analysis of new drug compared to old drug, so we pay premiums for patented medicine that is often no better than the generic. btw, this guy is provax which blows my mind. When you know how corrupt the system is and you know shit ain't adding up, but you choose your battles, I guess.
My profile picture is Monero, its my favorite crypto currency. Though I am not a fan boy, I know Monero is the best option we currently have HOWEVER it will be replaced one day as all things are. Digital security is always evolving, Signal is great right now, but it could get compromised, they could change the encryption protocol to something weaker, get pressured by the feds, who knows. There is a reason we no longer use MD5, & one day there will be a reason we no longer use Monero. But as of now Monero is amazing, in my eyes the best crypto currency hands down.
I listened to my cousin who is a doctor. I listened to the 10,000 + other trained and qualified doctors world wide who are ALL WARNING morons not to drink the Kool-Aid. yup. there are literally now over 10k doctors and MD's telling you not to believe big Pharma and government lies. you might know this too, if you used something other than CNN/BBC and Google to get your information from. but whatever. keep taking your endless booster shots...if you think it's going to help 'flatten the curve' or whatever. lol. you guys are looking crazier by the minute. whatever you do... don't get too upset reading reddit, we don't want any more undue heart complications. seems like myocarditis or pericarditis is becoming the norm for the jabbed. good luck with your life choices. I sincerely hope you don't regret them later.
Absolutely what the other guy said. Move your coins to a new wallet (hardware) before claiming airdrops because you will be entering your private key into a new wallet. Learn how to cryptographically verify a downloaded wallet you are using, (MD5/SHA1/PGP) to not get your airdrop stolen by a scam wallet.
Don’t give up, no matter what. Find a sarcoma specialist near you, or confer with one through your oncologist (MD Anderson, Sloan Kettering, UCLA Sarcoma Center). There are a LOT of treatments that can either kill the cancer or, at the very least, give you a lot more time. My wife has been living with Stage IV sarcoma for 4 years now and there are others who have been living with it for 10, 20 years. The science is catching up. If they biopsies your tumor, get it DNA tested (PARIS test), which can tell you which treatments your specific cancer is susceptible to. But please make sure you add a sarcoma specialist to your team. You got this warrior. Fight the good fight!
Name checks out. But seriously, you shouldn’t ever give up. There’s some very new treatments you could seek out. MD Anderson in Houston saved the life of one of my family members who had very aggressive cancer. They will arrange everything and even have financial support if you don’t have enough to pay for everything.
I have mine tattooed on my dick, but you can only read it properly if I'm hard; good luck wrench thieves, I don't have a pain kink! In all seriousness though I have mine hidden on an sd card somewhere, and inside that SD card is a RAR file that's password protected by the MD5 of a code word my wife and I chose together. I also have a couple of non-digital backups hidden elsewhere, you should follow the 3-2-1 rule for this sort of thing: **3** copies of what you want to backup on at least **2** different media types with at least **1** stored off-site
\>I've heard this kid say lol that "kid" is like a career mil officer pushing 40. So before this post turns viral, some important context on what's going on here: a technical branch (which the air force is) is sending a well performing officer to grad school to study whatever vaguely suits them and vaguely supports the DoD mission (which MIT/bitcoin is in both cases here). This is a norm, full stop. Using his research as a clear indication that the DoD is on its way to using crypto in the same way it ended up GPS is nonsensical unfortunately. Using his research as an indicator that Space Force/DoD needs are anywhere near hosted/supported by the btc ledger isalso nonsensical. To put it another way, if this guy/kid gets you all fired up for DoD<>Bitcoin<>White House rumors, wait until you discover DARPA, Naval Post Grad School (Monterey, CA), and Johns Hopkins (Baltimore, MD) research directions.
**As long as you don't transfer out of an address**, there will be no transaction on the blockchain revealing the public key (which is the hashing preimage of the address). That will keep the hashing protection in place for the public key. This (MD160) hashing into an address protects your private key from a (theoretical) quantum attack that could reverse a public key into the private one. **Reuse of address** means, sending funds into an address for which the public key has already been revealed. However, repeatedly sending funds to an address from which no funds have been transferred out already (no public key revealed), is still a privacy issue. It needlessly associates multiple payments to the same recipient on the blockchain.
I was listening to the "Welcome to the Metaverse" podcast, an episode where one of the MD's from Republic Realm (digital real estate firm that bought the $4.3m property on Sandbox yesterday), she said that there's so much room for improvement on both DCL and Sandbox that there's an opportunity for improvement, creativity and new brands... she also mentioned that the UX on both platforms is rather clunky... But overall, this is not to say that they will "fail" but rather, that there is room for improvement. Whether DCL / Sandbox make those improvements or other players enter and compete, I still can't say. Cautious optimism is my approach. Right now, I can't fork out $12,000 for a piece of land on either of the platforms. Forget about success/failure of the platforms, I feel like just as in the real world, many investors like myself are already priced out of the market. So where do we go? Is there going to be a platform that allows us to pool our funds? Can we find other ways to make passive income directly from LAND on a platform? These are all questions that devs need to address in order for this all to become more community and less monopoly... Happy to hear your thoughts.
Since life is a gamble and over too soon, I'll split it up among the last 10 cryptocurrencies on coinmarketcap dot com at 10% ($100) on each: (7723) SportForAll SFA (7724) Pissing Cat PEECAT (7725) MUSKARDASHIAN MUSKARDASHIAN (7726) Red Shiba Token RST (7727) AstroSanta ASA (7728) Microverse MVP (7729) MoonDao MD (7730) RivrKitty RKITTY (7731) 8ight Finance EIGHT (7732) The Veteran VTN ​ Grandma would have wanted for me to do this.
**More info from their discord:** * Became the FIRST OHM fork on MoonRiver that implemented Bonding/Staking *1M Marketcap only a few days after our stealth launch. * 600k Treasury balance * Nearly 400 unique wallet addresses that hold MD. * USDC pair added * Coin Gecko Listing * CoinMarketcap Listing * MOVR Bonds coming