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TECHDOGE |Best meme2022 |Whitelist contest is LIVE | Airdop up to $30000| Auto reflection| Autoburn| KYC + Audit |Experienced team from minidoge which got ATH 230x and MC up to $220m last year| NFT and swap exchange coming on new revolution|

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Ethereum needs to find a better PoS design before they merge. The state of Eth PoS right now is total centralized garbage all because of poor design.

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Tethermint Finance - An Ecosystem with Tripe Rewards & 7 Passive Income Subprotocols | Fairlaunch Live on PinkSale | SC Filled!

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Tethermint Finance - An Ecosystem with Tripe Rewards & 7 Passive Income Subprotocols | Fairlaunch Live on PinkSale | SC Filled!

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Buff Shib Token | Presale 18 June 3PM UTC | No Team Wallet | 2% Reflections | Liqudity Fee & Burn & Charity Wallet | KYC | Audited | Liquidity Locked 2 Years | Great Potential BSC Token

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Binance Futures Will Delist SC USDT-Margined Contract

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Dragonspace.io _ FIRST NFTs based blockchain P2E GAME — Earn 0.000088% reward in every 3 Seconds — Dual rebase utility — Fair Launch is live on PinkSale —100 BNB SC — SolidProof

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Dragonspace.io _ FIRST NFTs based blockchain P2E GAME — Earn 0.000088% reward in every 3 Seconds — Dual rebase utility — — Fair Launch will be live on PinkSale — 30 Minutes left —100 BNB SC — SolidProof

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Birth of Dragonspace — First Play to Earn NFTs based game on BSC - 1 hours to go live Fairlaunch on Pinksale- 100 BNB SC - SolidProof

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Dragonspace.io _ FIRST NFTs based blockchain P2E GAME — Earn 0.000088% reward in every 3 Seconds — Dual rebase utility — Fair Launch will be live on PinkSale — 12th of June 14:00 UTC —100 BNB SC — SolidProof

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$CAPGEM. Ongoing presale with 50%+ SC and incoming China community (@biquanchimu) potential

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Capsule Gem - presale of anime token ecosystem already reached 50%+ SC

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Capsule Gem Presale started. 16 BNB reached for 16 minutes. SC=30 BNB HC=60 BNB. Public Sale. Join now and earn.

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ASIC Miner Machine , The miner will not be used, is it broken? I can't find a supplier, where can I consult?

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Galaxy Pig is Building the DAO of tomorrow!!

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GalaxyPig |Automatic Liquidity |Staking Feature | Game Platform | DAO governance| Strong Community | trusted developer | Big Marketing Compaign

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FLY-CHAIN Fair Launch 5 July 2022 at 14:00 UTC We will Start a Stealth or Fairlaunch in BSC Network and make it Organic as Much as Possible

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OnlyGems Finance ($OGEM) | $BNB Rewards | Staking | NFTs | Treasury | Real World Utility with “The Mine” - Graphic Design Services ( 5 % commission for referrals )

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Social Coin ($SC) | 4k Low Marketcap Gem BSC | Slow and steady growth | Earn with Social Interactions

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What is the downside to Robinhood?

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FROG INU | Best Meme Token 2022 | Live now on Pinksale!

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FROG INU | Best Meme Token 2022 | Live now on Pinksale!

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FROG INU - Best meme token 2022. Last project by the team did decent, nice memeable name here too.

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The evolution of DeFi

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Looking for the most tallented dev

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Metakillers, Fairlaunch ends in 1 hours on Pinksale - 509,370% APY - KYC - Audit - Play to Earn Reward BEP-20 Wallet - 5x on pancakeswap listing

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Metakillers, Fairlaunch ends in 5 hours on pinksale - 509,370% APY - KYC - Audit - Play to Earn Reward BEP-20 Wallet - 5x on pancakeswap listing

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Metakillers, Fairlaunch is live on pinksale SC Hit - 509,370% APY - KYC - Audit - Play to Earn Reward BEP-20 Wallet - 5x Coming

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MOONANFT - bsc and NFT | Launchpad PinkSale | SC Filed | Doxxed Audit

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TROPHY Stake Protocol | Fair Launch | Ongoing

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Y5 Trader Token Private Sale Now Live!!

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| Crow Boy Inu | Fair Launch In 15 Minutes | The floor is maintained Organically with Some soft shilling | Big Marketing Lined Up |

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What is Shit2Earn?

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Star Cheems| Stealth Launch In Few Minutes | Experienced Team | Anti Whale Fair Launch | Whitepaper Releasing Today | Big Potential |

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First dog-themed meme coin on the Bitgert chain!!

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First Crypto Listing on Kiawah Island, South Carolina

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Supercake it's working hard on its NFT's! Great concept to be released, don't miss this

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Private Sale Round Still Open - Blayoo on Gempad | Fair Launch | No Team Tokens | Anti Whale Token Distribution | No Team Tokens

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Baby Sanji-inu | RENOUNCED | KYC & Audit | community meme token | low tax | slow moon | still not marketing yet

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Baby Sanji-inu | RENOUNCED | KYC & Audit | community meme token | low tax | slow moon | still not marketing yet

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Charizard Inu | RENOUNCED | KYC & Audit | community driven token | low tax | slow moon | still not marketing yet

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Valkyrie Investments collaborates with Cornerstone Global Management on its Bitcoin partnership with Nashville SC

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Blayoo - Fair Launch | Anti Whale Token Distribution | KYC/Audited | No Team Tokens

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Blayoo Utility Token | Fair Launch | Anti Whale Distribution | KYCed/Audited | No Team Token | Simple Tokenomics | Planned Marketing - Token Sale Managed By Tokenoy

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Blayoo Utility Token | Fair Launch | Anti Whale Distribution | KYCed/Audited | No Team Token | Simple Tokenomics | Planned Marketing - Token Sale Managed By Tokenoy

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Blayoo | Fair Launch | Anti Whale Distribution | KYCed/Audited | No Team Token | Simple Tokenomics | Marketing Going On

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Blayoo - Fair Launch On PinkSale | No Team Token | Simple Tokenomics | Marketing Going On

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Hackers ‘DeFi’ threat risk expectations with new attack vectors in crypto | SC Media

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The most awaited token is here | Fair Launch | Today 24th April at 8 pm Est| Fantasy world | Powered by blockchain technology

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Why reddit and specially r/CC should remove dislike button

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Visualtez: create your smarts contracts on tezos with 0 coding. The simplest way to create SC

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FoxCro | Private Sale Start Tomorrow | Staking, Farming and a DEX at Launch!

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Infinity Squad | A revolutionary reward token | KYC & Audit | Presale TODAY 19:00 UTC | Don't miss !

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ADA FUDders be like "I heard CH double-dipped the guac right as Our Savior VB reached for a chip"

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Blayoo - A Platform for Influencers and Content creators | No Team Token | Simple Tokenomics | Marketing Going On

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Blayoo | Fair-Launch | No Team Token | Simple Tokenomics | Full Marketing Going On

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Blayoo | Fair-Launch | No Team Token | Simple Tokenomics | Full Marketing Going On

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Technical Analysis > DYOR

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Yield 360 Exclusive Features - SolidProof/InterfiNetwork - FairLaunch on 8th of April - SC ONLY 70 BNB

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After so much shady shit with Coinmarketcap, I would welcome this, and I'm sure many people would like this idea.

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Blayoo | Fair-Launch on April 14th, 2022 | No Team Token | Simple Tokenomics | AMA Done - Full Marketing Going On

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AmazonSwap presale with KYC coming on 6th April 4 pm UTC

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AmazonSwap launch with kycLaunch tomorrow at 4:00pm

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AmazonSwap is a project that seeks to address the main problem of crypto-currencies: The protection of the environment.

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| AmazonSwap Presale with KYC | AmazonSwap

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BitCro Private Sale Start Today 18:00 PM UTC | BitCro is a new platform on the Cronos Chain for all in one. Staking, farming, swap and DApp.

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Private Sale Round is Open Now | Blayoo - KYC/Audit By Certik & Tokenoy

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RocketDAO | DeFi Project | Auto-Staking Protocol | Buy-hold-earn system

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BitCro is a new platform on the Cronos Chain for all in one. Staking, farming, swap and DApp! Private Sale Start in 2 Days!

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Private Round - Video AMA | Blayoo - A Social Platform for Content Creators | Marketing - Speeding Up

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Blayoo - Platform for Content Creators - Private Sale Round is Open | KYCed & Doxxed Team | AMA Video in Telegram | Audit Report Before Pre-Sale Date | Utility Token | Partnerships

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SafeUKR -$SUKR Presale | Warverse Token | Nft Flipping | Peace2Earn Reward | Staking | Full Audit | Experienced Dev Lead | Multiple Ambassadors |

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Private Round is Open Now | Blayoo - A Social Platform for Content Creators | 2nd AMA in this Week | KYC/AUDIT / Get BLAY Token | Marketing - Speeding Up

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BUSD Planet Launched last week! Sitting on 70K Marketcap! Huge potential!!

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Flying Squid Presale | $FSQUID | Reflection | Auto LP | MEME | Audit before launch |

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YieldPrinter - 916,474% APY- Fairlaunch at 14:00 UTC today. KYC. Audited.

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Flying Squid Presale | $FSQUID | Reflection | Auto LP | MEME | Audit before launch |

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MemeForce Presale Happening Soon | The next big cross-chain launchpad project available on the Binance SmartChain and Ethereum Mainnet

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Minswap (Cardano DEX) Vulnerability Post-Mortem

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When a big whale is convincing other big boys why Cardano is a must-have: A Controversial Factsheet.

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LINK and it isn't even close. LINK is the infrastructure. ALGO and HBAR are amazing tech, but that doesn't preclude someone from building something slightly faster, slightly more secure, slightly more decentralized, etc. But when every SC and Dapp uses LINK, that is tough to replace

> with ETH however, you don't have to trust anyone, and this is imo the defining feature. This requires that everybody should be able to read smart contract code, understand all its implications and failure modes, and they need to do this reliably *in every transaction that involves a smart contract*. I've worked with enough developers to know that this expectation is wildly unrealistic. And these are professional developers who do this every day for a living, it's not my grandma. If my grandma were to use this system, I'd give her a day before she loses all her money. A system that requires its users to possess specialised and intricate knowledge in order to interact with it, is a system designed for the benefit of its experts. When that system is handling money, the incentive to fleece your users/customer is practically baked into it. Because once the smart contract executes, the author of the SC cannot be held accountable for any unintended or negative consequences due to the principle of "code is law". This is how SCs differ from SPs - their execution pattern is similar but the successful execution of an SP at my bank's end does not absolve them of legal responsibility if the SP was written to fraudulently benefit them. > what we have with ETH and to a lesser extent other chains, is man-made, consensus-based, objective truth. No, what you have is confirmation that information entered into the blockchain has not been altered afterwards. "Truth" is a much larger concept, and cannot be encapsulated in the blockchain. To take the supply chain example that's often touted by blockchain advocates: I can make an entry that says I've dispatched 1 KG of coffee of a certain grade to you and blockchain ensures that entry cannot be altered. But "truth" relates to the question of whether I've actually dispatched 1 KG of coffee or just 100g of it, whether I've dispatched an inferior grade of coffee or even just a bag of dirt, or whether I dispatched anything at all. The blockchain cannot determine these facts. > seeing immutability as an issue but the saying that the smart contract developers can steal people's money - you shouldn't put money into a smart contract you havent read or made sure it wouldn't rug you, Again, this requires the users of an SC to have programming skills. Immutability is absolutely an issue in a scenario where the vast majority of people are not programmers and are not very security-conscious and can be tricked into executing a transaction that drains all their money. When designing software systems, it is extremely poor practice to design only for the "happy path", where your users are all well-trained, have 100% knowledge on how to keep themselves safe at all times and there are no bad actors. In real life, software (and other tech solutions) need to cater for when things *don't* go according to plan, because they definitely won't. In the happy path, immutability is great. But in the unhappy path, immutability becomes a problem: people are going to be defrauded, any decent financial system needs to be able to handle it gracefully. Immutability prevents undoing the damage easily. > I just saw you're actually a buttcoiner I prefer to engage with the substance of the argument instead of making remarks about who the person is and making assumptions about what research they may or may not have done. I engage in good faith, and expect reciprocity. > just don't throw the baby with the bathwater I'm not convinced there is a baby here in the first place. I keep asking people about use cases where it's used in the real world in a way that's better (cheaper, faster, greater scale) than traditional tech, but haven't seen any yet.

Mentions:#ETH#SC

yes it's called STX. But btc is not Turing complete so there are some limitations on its SC abilities

Mentions:#STX#SC

My risk tolerance has dropped quite a bit and at the same time I find that real life too frequently demands this "only money you're willing to lose" in large amounts, so I devised a new strategy that mitigates risk while providing a great upside if coins reach $.25 or more. 10k tokens of each: VTHO, ONE, SPELL, SC, CKB (got all of this for around $200 so zero worries) If just one of these hits a quarter then magic Internet money suddenly appears to pay some bills letting my bank account take a break. If I let it ride beyond to, dare I say, fifty cents or even a dollar, then hot damn that's a great ROI. Gonna do this with new cryptos that are relatively low with a clear use-case. I won't get rich, but I won't lose my ass either. I'll land somewhere in-between where the reward far outweighs the risk.

So cardano released alonzo hardfork after the DeFi frenzy. Ended up being a disaster and now y'all waiting for VASIL to fix up the mess. If cardano has balls then why not released SC back in 2019 or 2020? Imagine being congested by 2 pseudo dexes while everyone wants to replicate uniswap success. So, cardano has balls right?

Mentions:#SC

Smart contract is automatically more risky than no smart contract if it is not needed. Cardano delegating is not done through smart contract. Cardano NFTs don't need a smart contract. It inherits the security of Ada, every NFT on Cardano has same security as Ada itself. On other blockchain you have to check if it is secure, or hope that it is a copy paste of a tested SC. If you want to turn this facts around into "fanboy rooting" be my guest. There are lots of other things which are done differently on Cardano, which are done this way to make it inherently safer. Another example, you can send your Eth/tokens to token contract and lose them forever, you cannot do that on Cardano. You might feel this is not important, but if you accumulated all this things that could be done differently and safer by design, you would realize billions of $ were lost this way. You can blame it on human error and not bother at all tho. You can DYOR once you get over the fanboy phase.

Mentions:#SC#DYOR

It doesn't mean anything. Liquidity grab before the next dip. This is the time to DCA the dips and avoid buying the green candles. If you bought ANKR, SC, CELR and OCEAN dip on Friday, you will be in some profits now. DCA the dips and hodl is the best thing to do now. Avoid leverage

That is impossible. Literally. Also btw same reason why NFTs where percentage of resale value goes to original creator is impossible to enforce: I can just resell you the ticket for $10, and at the same time you send me another $190. Hell I'd assume you can make an SC on eg Ethereum which handles this securely for both parties. But otherwise you need some trust, just like what is currently done when reselling tickets.

Mentions:#SC

Yes, back then they had some vision flaws but it looks like they are on the right path. They are very close to Feeless+Green+Decentralized+Scalable tech with SC. I dont see why anyone would use eth beside tech like iota and algo.

Mentions:#SC

Well, it’s the only way since there are no SC on Bitcoin network

Mentions:#SC

See at 400 in few weeks, SC this

Mentions:#SC

"Fellow Binancians, Binance Futures will conduct an automatic settlement on the USDT-Margined SC Perpetual Contract at 2022-06-17 09:00 (UTC), and delist this contract after the settlement is complete. Please note: Users are advised to close any open positions prior to the delisting time to avoid automatic settlement."

Mentions:#USDT#SC#UTC

This. It's apparent now the U.S. needs a complete electoral overhaul. This system isn't working. Perhaps a form of rank-choice or parliamentary system where a working coalition must form for a functioning government. Also we need to directly vote for our supreme court justices. These current unelected extreme judges are legislating from the bench with their pointless culture wars. Once this country didn't elect our senators directly, but were appointed in the same manner as our SC justices are appointed now. That period in history was so rife in corruption, that a constitutional amendment was needed to change to a direct vote.

Mentions:#SC

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>Gas is high because EVM/Solidity is dominant in development, and also hosts the most valuable NFT collections. Ethereum is very much 'the' 'blue chip' Altcoin. Gas is high because eth can't currently scale up to the demand. The most valuable NFT collections are hosted on ethereum because it's the SC network with the most liquidity on it. Making them more valuable in return since they can attract more value from this ecosystem. I agree with most of your points but i try to keep in mind that a utility network needs also to be affordable. Otherwise its utility is restricted to some elites which is not good on the long run. Smart contract wars is not finished yet, ethereum is obviously the most probable winner but i wouldn't discard its competition yet. It needs to deliver the long awaited upgrades it promised first

Mentions:#SC

your analogy is kind of irrelevant but sure. How many OS for computers would be more accurate if you talk about SC networks

Mentions:#OS#SC

I like how only few read the link but all have input on the matter. The DEX was put to sleep By Elrond foundation because of suspicious activity ... so Elrond is being cool and careful about its deployed SC's.

Mentions:#DEX#SC

Not a professional developer, but I got into blockchain dev as a hobby a little over a year ago, and have worked on Ethereum, Stellar, and Algorand. Here are my thoughts, in short: Ethereum - The dev tools and community resources are so mature, which is great for getting started. The fees are obviously ridiculous, but the front-running and MEV made me leave. MEV is a cancer on a blockchain. Stellar - Impressive capabilities for a blockchain without actual smart contracts, but it seems to have been leapfrogged by multiple SC platforms over the last few years. I fear it will be too little too late to the SC party. Algorand - This is where I landed. The performance and reliability is great, the developer community & devrel folks from Algorand have been very welcoming, and the AVM is now Turing-complete. The dev tools could be more user-friendly. I can use PyTEAL to write contracts, Python scripts to deploy & test, and it all just works pretty well.

Mentions:#MEV#SC

It was over hyped by CH Remember that good old tweet of cardano running thousands of dApps. Then CH felt the pressure to release SC because of the stupid bet that SC launch was going to be delayed again.

Mentions:#SC

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TWEETN💥 Tweet-to-earn💥 ✅Dapp DONE ✅Website DONE ✅AUDIT & KYC ✅Min/Max:0.2/1.5 ✅SC/HC : 200/400 💫AMA With VENOM💖JUNE 7ND 2022 || 16:00 UTC 💫AMA With REDHOOD 💖JUNE 2ND 2022 || 13:00 UTC www.pinksale.finance/launchpad/0x9fcAE47E37683a189B98C241e6Bf2F9676dd6ec1?chain=BSC Tg : t.me/TweetNOfficial #TWEETN #BSCGEM #BSC #BNB

I just gonna say this. ![gif](giphy|uGgkFq1A2SC8j7Ec2Y)

Mentions:#SC

It's nothing special tbh. I will speak about Tezos because I know it best: Tezos in a way, is like cardano. It was built from the ground up, completely new code and consensus mechanism. It was launched somewhere around 2017- 2018 and had smart contracts & on-chain governance from the get-go. Tezos was not and is not EVM compatible by default, other people with projects on Tezos had to add that. Furthermore Tezos has formal verification on SC, functional programing language & has had about 8 or 9 seamless upgrades, to its consensus mechanism, governance, etc. When you compare that to Cardano that only managed to add smart contract functionality recently and governance is yet to arrive, it simply leads me to believe that Cardano is nothing special (aside maybe from the focus on peer review). What I mean to say is that Cardano is technologically behind the other POS coins because of the emphasis on "research & peer review". The other chains are not so much more special than Cardano, they simply added crucial functionality without so much peer review hassle. Also, just so I don't get stuck mentioning Tezos over and over, Algorand also has cool tech and came out with SC right away, they have governance too but I am not up to date on how it works and whatever nuances they may have.

Mentions:#SC#POS

Yes. XRP, SC and others never made new ATH this cycle

Mentions:#XRP#SC
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What is the purpose of going through mycelium? What is SC? Why do you use Samurai? I ask because maybe you have some misconceptions about what's good or how things work.

Mentions:#SC

Ah, I understand what you mean; you're talking about the contracts necessary for the whole system. In that sense, even if you had immutable SCs, what would you do if you found a vulnerability in one of them? How do you fix it if the SC is immutable? The answer can't be "Don't have vulnerabilities", because software doesn't work like that; vulnerabilities can be found found even after they're released and extensively audited.

Mentions:#SC

I’m holding onto SC . Have been since 2017!

Mentions:#SC

At least you agree that is HS wrapped in fancy tinfoil. 7 tps was before smart contracts, after smartcontracts it fell down to 1tps, becuase of the size of smart contracts, thats the reason behind the CIP and vasil fork, duh. Charles did some of his jedi mind tricks and separated token transfers and SC calls metrics but..... cardano cant do more than 77 tps before having sync problems with latency and block propagation. So his newest magic trick, here, come listen, side chains, yes, IOHK is building a side chain that runs a copy of ETH EVM........... So cardano is only good for token transfers and they need an l2 that runs smartcontracts. How the turntables!

Mentions:#SC#ETH

UTXO, Native Assets not requiring an SC, no lockup staking, functional programming, babel fees, peer reviewed/formally verified research, computational and settlement layer, IELE. I’m not saying it’s going to replace Eth with the above list, but it definitely has unique characteristics to it. I hold and like eth, I also hold and like Cardano because it’s not simply another eth clone.

Mentions:#SC

You're misattributing the issues which led to the hacks and calling that a weakness in blockchains. Decentralization is a core principle of most blockchains but Ronin tried to skip that and had a validator system that would've been seen as risky for a multi-sig let alone a whole chain. Other major hacks like the Solana one were centered around cash.io which was a smart contract failure, Wormhole which was a bridge SC failure, and Bitfinex which was a social engineering and exchange hack. Blockchain networks themselves have grown and learned from these issues with few base level hacks happening. The most recent one I remember was a Polygon one back in October. Bigger issues are insecure smart contracts and trust assumptions built into the designs of dApps which will hopefully improve with time, experience, and proper auditing. That said if you've been around this space for any amount of actual time you'll have heard about the risks of interacting with DeFi and the prevalence of hacks on places like rekt.news and you'd know no one is claiming these are irrevocably walled and secure.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

It is just wallet generator. It generates standard and bech32 addresses from private key (it doesn't even randomly generates private key). And it has no dependencies except for hashlib. The interface is terminal. Just supply private key on std in and it prints the addresses. The use case is secure generation of wallet address. The code is so trivial that you can easily examine that it doesn't load any other library than sys and hashlib (or my custom hashwal implementation). So does not have access to anything. It doesn't even generate the private key, so there isn't an issue of it supplying you a badly generated key. But honestly, it is just a hobby project and I want to print it on a T-shirt. Nonetheless, it is fully functional. And it is definitely smallest wallet generator out there. https://ibb.co/album/4n3SC5

Mentions:#SC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

I made some mockups already: https://ibb.co/album/4n3SC5

Mentions:#SC

What are *your* views on Stable coin regulations? Are you in favor of SC regulations or would you prefer CBDC's?

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DDW-SC7qimA

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Actually most of my bags are from 2017 or earlier. The only ones I'm down on are GRT and LINK, and about breakeven on CRO and SC. The rest are net green.

I'm calling bullcrap lol. Who else is building a eutxo POS chain? You don't need smart contracts to interact with tokens on Cardano. That sounds like a pretty decent feature to me. Quite secure when you consider SC bugs are the leading reason people lose funds. Look, I love ETH, but I hate it when someone decides they wanna blast a project with *actual* FUD. Not safemooner denial FUD. Real, true blue, ignorrant-to-the-facts, FUD. Comparing ADA and ETH is like comparing different operating systems for computers. They're very different and can do some of the same things, but how they do them is different and their differences allow them to excel in other areas beyond each other. Now shhh.

atom i think is going to introduce the ability to "rent" security straight from cosmos chain by spending atom in tx's, its more of a layer 0 chain than anything, same with DOT although it differs in a few ways with parachain auctions. ADA is a layer 1 I think at this point with SC capability. not many prominant dapps yet but i imagine they are coming in time. everything cardano moves at the pace of a snail

Mentions:#DOT#ADA#SC

Because tech not equals price. Why is BTC highest? It was the first. Why is ETH second highest? Because it was the first SC platform. Why is BNB so solid at third? Because people don't really care about tech or decentralization. It's cheap and fast and has prolly the largest CEX behind it. People can argue over how Cardano isn't up to par and that argument can go on forever because not one side will be right. But at the end of the day people don't care. If people did then every coin shilled on r/CC would be in the top 10.

Where in SC?

Mentions:#SC

It's case by case coz some BTC/ETH pairs are down heavily so if you sell you'll actually lose money unless you sell them for SC.

Mentions:#BTC#ETH#SC

Let's say I want to sell. Is it better to sell for stablecoin (SC) or for BTC/ETH (for example) ? Is it a case by case situation or is it as simple as : SC for profit - crypto for accumulation ? I always sold for SC but I'm trying to understand the other approach.

Mentions:#SC#BTC#ETH

They wont lol Network is congested since SC launched and you need scoopers, batchers, you name it, which introduce centralization to the mathematically sound, peer reviewed, measure twice cut once, almost pure decentralized blockchain.

Mentions:#SC

lol, I love this. I feel all of us bought some garbage last summer and through autumn, and watched it all blow away… I watched those Goldshell mini-boxes with Vosk, was never tempted. Then saw an eBay auction too low to pass up a couple of months back. Now I’m mining HS, SC, CKB, and LBC…. like an idiot haha I’ll keep sniffing around the shitcoins while everything is down. $100 here and there could easily turn into $17.52 within a few months. That’s how this works, right??

Mentions:#SC#CKB#LBC

Some SC’s ?

Mentions:#SC

39.6K/BTC, which means we could get BTC for 6% less than LFG. Tempting to convert some SC's into BTC but I think I'll hold off until a potential 35K if the market keeps dropping.

Mentions:#BTC#SC

The leaked SC document about abortion. There were 300+ outside my local city hall yesterday protesting it.

Mentions:#SC

I don't know about the SC but Powell still doesn't have more freedom I believe and he has already hinted at 2% interest rate so they know economic situation is bad and will probably get worse

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

He is though. I only we're supposed to love the guy or something for legitimizing bitcoin for many, but using the military to force congress into session at gunpoint and manipulating the Supreme Court to change term limits without voter or congressional input are pretty dictator-ish. BUT THE PRESIDENT WAS ONLY ABLE TO SERVE ONE TERM, yes, but that was their law and I'm guessing people here would be unhappy if Obama manipulated the SC to serve as many terms as Putin.

Mentions:#SERVE#ONE#SC

Post is by: Awhodothey and the url/text [ ](https://goo.gl/GP6ppk)is: /r/CryptoCurrency/comments/s7pjy5/12_reasons_cardano_cant_scale_in_2022/ This post is a reality check on IOHK's latest investor disinformation campaign: https://iohk.io/en/blog/posts/2022/01/14/how-we-re-scaling-cardano-in-2022/ Tldr: It's great to see they are starting to acknowledge Cardano's scalability problem, or at least pumping the brakes on their unsubstantiated claims of having solved the trilemma. For the first time, 2021 saw the Cardano community publicly acknowledge some of the limitations of their design that critics have pointed out for years. We've come a long way since IOHK was still pretending this was almost ready to go: https://nitter.net/iohk_charles/status/1287481374224420864 **1. BLOCK SIZE/ 2. MEMORY/ 3. STORAGE INCREASES** The bigger the blocks, the higher the memory, and the more storage- the faster the chain. Basically every chain that isn't already run on super computers can increase blocksizes, memory or storage requirements if they are OK with more centralization and less stability. That's the trade off. That's true for Cardano, and it's true for every other chain. But how much room does Cardano have to increase parameters? Cardano already has pretty much the same blocksize as Ethereum (72Kb vs ETH's average of 80Kb) and dramatic increases in blocksize will decrease the number of people who can afford to run nodes, and it also makes the network more likely to fork. The theoretical max limit is 28x the current blocksize, but that is almost certainly not practically possible, and no one supports increasing it to even half of that (which is about the most that has ever been tested), because increasing the blocksize isn't free. How critical is it for Cardano to maintain as small of blocksizes as possible? Critical enough that the plan is to only increase in 12.5% intervals when absolutely necessary. The fact that anyone is at all hesitant to increase Cardano's limit when it's 72kb tells you that this isn't a free trade. There is no plan to ever reach max parameters. Edit: they can actually increase the block size OR decrease the block time, but as they both directly factor into block propagation times, either choice produces the same throughput limit. The decision has more to do with which hardware requirements you want to increase. https://np.reddit.com/r/cardano/comments/pf25jk/without_hydra_cardano_probably_wont_be_faster/?utm_medium=android_app&utm_source=share What makes Cardano fundamentally slower than every other chain is how bloated their tx sizes are. We've all heard the sales pitch "And Cardano has native tokens that don't need smart contracts!," but what you didn't get told is that native UTXO txs on Cardano are an average of 500 bytes WITHOUT smart contracts. And that a basic, native tx is larger than the average Ethereum tx WITH smart contracts. And no, the "And Cardano can combine 20 txs into 1 !" meme doesn't make any difference. The size and speed of each block is all the same regardless of whether you call it 1 tx or 20tx's. The only thing combining txs does is make Cardano significantly cheaper to DDOS. https://messari.io/asset/ethereum/metrics/network-activity Native Cardano UTXOs are bigger than the average Ethereum tx, and Plutus smart contracts txs are even bigger that - a lot bigger- like 40x the size of Ethereum smart contracts: **Sundaeswap determined that the Cardano network was their primary bottle neck and measured Cardano's real-world throughput for their smart contracts to be 0.15 TPS.** That's 47x slower than a native UTXO on Cardano, 100x slower than an Ethereum tx, and 66,000x slower than a Cosmos and Terra tx. 0.15 TPS is a max of 12,960 txs per day, under ideal conditions... on the entire Cardano chain. https://sundaeswap-finance.medium.com/expectations-congestion-mainnet-launch-e9da5abfd819 Edit: Sunday swaps medium posts are all offline now. https://web.archive.org/web/20220117005224/https://sundaeswap-finance.medium.com/expectations-congestion-mainnet-launch-e9da5abfd819 Cardano's problem is much bigger than anything that can be fixed with a 2x parameter adjustment. Max parameters will never be implemented, and even then, they would still leave Cardano more than 3x slower than the second slowest L1 chain, Ethereum. **4. Pipe Lining and 5. Input Endorsers** ...are great ideas. So why are these still in the research phase? They're promising to deliver a plan that hasn't even been designed yet. Let's assume these get designed and developed in 2022. Then Cardano is in the ballpark of Ethereum L1's low tps and high congestion. **6. Plutus Script Enhancements** These are basic functions (that are still in the research phase because of how they conflict with provability in Hydra). Plutus should not even have been released before they developed reference and data inputs. That was an obvious problem, and it was a huge mistake that will create chaos and disappointment. Edit: putting something as basic and critical as reference inputs on the roadmap for 9 months after smart contracts are released is the definition of "move fast and break things." Also, nobody has explained how they solved the conflict with provability. They didn't leave it out of Plutus because it's a minor problem: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=3dc6zG9EjWE&t=37m30s Cardano will alway have much larger txs than non-UTXO chains because native UTXOs are so large. On top of that, Plutus' smart contract implementation is extremely bloated and inefficient. The problem is that Cardano's UTXO model can't store smart contracts on-chain. So instead of calling an on-chain smart contract, every Cardano SC tx must include the SC script in every tx, because there is no on-chain SC that can simply be referenced again and again. This makes every Cardano smart contract very large. Cardano currently does native asset txs (without smart contracts) at 7 TPS, and that's the theoretical minimum SC size, if they figure out how to compress SCs 47x. And that means that Cardano SCs will always be at least twice as slow as Ethereum L1's unbearably slow 15 TPS, for the same blocksize. Now is a good time to point out that it's clear from their rhetorical focus of comparing their chain to the next slowest chain, that Cardano holders have no idea how slow Ethereum is. Up to this point in time, almost all of Cardano's txs have been basic UTXO's that haven't filled up blocks, because they are a small fraction of the size of smart contracts. Four months after going live, no one really uses smart contracts on Cardano yet. Muesliswap doesn't even have $100 Million in TVL (and doesn't have $5M in liquidity to other tokens). Small NFT drops did bring the network to a crawl, but we haven't seen speeds across the whole network change dramatically like they will when Sundaeswap launches a real DEX and much bigger txs flood the chain Thursday. And catching up to Ethereum L1 will not be good enough. Ethereum has L2s already, and nobody would use Eth L1 if it went live for the first time today. Ethereum has the first mover advantage of having all the liquidity. Whales don't care about a $200 fee, they care about liquidity. They need to move in and out of large positions quickly with as little price impact and slippage as possible. **7. Node Enhancements** This is not a scaling solution. Yes, fix your bugs and optimize your code. No other chain thinks a node update is a "scaling solution." This is ridiculous. Let me say this again: Cardano is currently 66,000x slower than Cosmos and Terra. **8. Side-chains** Great idea. But Cardano doesn't have any decentralized side-chains, and they didn't even get serious about funding any until late last summer. Proper sidechains are the real solution. Milkomeda is on the right track with their M1 sidechain. It's an accounts model Solidity EVM sidechain that has 32 permissioned nodes and uses slashing. Congratulations on abandoning all of your stated goals, and rushing to produce something usable. We waited six years so Catalyst could fund BSC 2.0. https://dcspark.gitbook.io/milkomeda/our-solution-1/the-m-1-sidechain **9. Hydra** A comprehensive plan for interhead Hydra implementation that approaches anything close to a generalized L2 has yet to be described, let alone developed. We're still waiting for a basic description of how isomorphic state channels will ever scale dApps or have any use between untrusted parties. Hydra's 2022 release schedule is for payment channels between trusted parties. Yes, it will be able to handle smart contracts, but not any smart contracts that dApps use. Hydra heads have to be closed every time a party joins or leaves, and they have no known application for dApps. Hydra is really irrelevant, because native UTXO transfers aren't the problem right now. https://np.reddit.com/r/cardano/comments/s18wie/should_cardano_be_prepared_to_abandon_hydra/?utm_medium=android_app&utm_source=share **10. Off-chain computing** >"Transactions occur outside of the blockchain itself, yet can offer fast, cheap transactions via a trust model." Brilliant. This is a creative solution. Off-chain **trusted** computations. *Finally something that makes sense.* Yes, Cardano users should definitely do their computations somewhere they trust, off-chain... Muhammad Fucking Christ. Let me suggest they do their computations on one of the 79 other L1 blockchains. Edit: there's a massive difference between off-chain to a trusted party and off-chain to decentralized, trustless rollup or side chain. They are not remotely the same. That's why Sundaeswap had to come up with the convoluted scooper model and Maladex wrote a book detailing their experimental solution to countering the specific vulnerabilities of off-chain code (some of which on-chain verification will never detect). In the YouTube link above, Sebastien from DC Spark says Cardano is years away from having rollups. **11.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

TL;DR: what’s the exploit? I’m assuming SC bug

Mentions:#SC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

That's my point, why have SC on L1 if the biggest SC platform is moving their execution to higher layers? Unneeded complexity and bloating of the protocol

Mentions:#SC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; Valkyrie Investments, a leading investment manager focused on digital assets, is working with Cornerstone Global Management, Inc (Cornerstone) to enable the Bitcoin partnership with Major League Soccer (MLS) team Nashville SC. Cornerstone is a Nashville-based digital asset services firm with portfolio companies including Paydrop, which enables employers and workers to execute payments in a seamless manner. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

Mentions:#SC#DYOR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

We need a DAO. For this we need smart contracts. I didn't care much about Taproot, but other users said that it would allow to make simple SC on BTC. Can't we use this technology to make a DAO? Sorry if the question is stupid

Mentions:#DAO#SC#BTC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

this is a very specific type of role. even though the average salary is between $100K-$300K a year but keep in mind these top companies wont just hire anybody who is just "average", companies like trail of bits or certik will only hire smart contract expert with proven track records for over 3 years. if you just have 1-2 years worth of smart contract portfolio, most likely you will never get the auditor job from the decent or top companies. On top of that, most developers have only learned how to build dapps without much studies on the security part, so in order to get the security courses in SC development, it's not as easy as learning standard engineering

Mentions:#SC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>Cardano is definitely an illegitimate project, it's a seven year old vaporware project/marketing experiment founded by a compulsive liar. lmao okay 🙄 In the past 8 months Cardano has gone from zero smart contracts or defi to having SC and now a 208M TVL. Cardano is still very much in its infancy and still massively growing.

Mentions:#SC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yeah, and the type of people who do this sort of shit don't care that they are "... just as bad as the creators of said scam." That's kinda the point. It's about money and what people will do to get it, to get ahead, to profit. In fact, I don't even know if any of these rug pulls are actually illegal. Are they? I mean, crypto is almost entirely unregulated. The WSJ just had an article the other day (link below) about how some "hacker" used a smart contract to bilk $185M worth of crypto form a DeFi platform. The thing is, he didn't hack anything. He operated completely within the confines of the smart contract. It was just that they SC wasn't well written and allowed anyone to buy up all the voting rights. So he merely to advantage of that loophole and profited. So yeah, it's the Wild West out there. I think most people given the option to profit millions without actually doing anything illegal would go for, to hell with the thousands of people it hurts. This is why crypto is so risky. ​ https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/u9icik/crypto\_thieves\_get\_bolder\_by\_the\_heist\_stealing/

Mentions:#SC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

For one thing, there's [work being done on the zero-knowledge side](https://orbisprotocol.com); I know you're going to respond with "ItS nOt OuT yEt", but for those of us in the industry with a bit more clarity on what we're looking for, that's not necessarily a dealbreaker as long as there's transparency in the development process (a requirement which Cardano MORE THAN satisfies.) Secondly, ZKPs are an important element in offchaining computations, but you don't need them in the context of eUTxOs; what you need is a state channel between the two which orders transactions which happened on either ledger up to some chronology, and this is literally what Hydra does. You think ZKPs are the only method of taking computation offchain, and you're right, but that's only the case ON ETHEREUM. With that said, you are right in that you can use ZKPs to prove things to an SC on the main-chain, which then makes your transactions for you, so the technology is definitely useful. It's just that anyone with the notion that ZKPs are the be-all and end-all for offchain computation does not understand what eUTxOs are (which is more than likely, as it's mostly a Cardano thing, and people hate Cardano to the point where they refuse to understand what it does.)

Mentions:#SC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

In order ETH, BTC, XVG, LTC, SC, WAX, XLM, SHIB, COVAL, MATIC

r/BitcoinSee Comment

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Clear as in "we'll have PoS by the end of 2017"? Say what you want about Cardano: The dApps that are live can actually be used on L1 the way they were intended; this as opposed to Ethereum where nothing scales without L2. You can also represent tokens on L1 instead of having to rely on an SC; people also don't realize how huge that is. Don't believe me now; you'll see exactly how far ahead of the competition Cardano is in the coming months.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I’m looking for something with a different usecase than traditional coins. I looked at HNT, but I was little turned off by the limited utility - essentially just a reward token. I’ve looked at FIL, AR, & SC; I still don’t understand the projects or not completely sold. AMP looked interesting as a decentralized collateral token. I thought it was a solid usecase. I liked how VET is more of a store-of-value, and vthor is used to pay for gas. Does anybody have any opinions or recommendations?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Ethereum works very differently. Cardano uses on-chain validator scripts to essentially just say yes/no as to whether a transaction can proceed after the SC code execution is performed off-chain. Ethereum executed this code on-chain as part of the EVM so validator scripts aren’t really used.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Only in your mind XD Crypto space will move on the next thing and Cardano will be steal dealing with launching SC. Why did charles released smart contracts if their network is not even finished? DeFi frenzy was last year and ADA missed it. Ada is doomed to be always last to the crypto party

Mentions:#SC#ADA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

They won't. Just keep shifting the goalposts. SC wen, defi wen, projects wen? Tribalism in crypto is insane.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You are correct on most of this. The EVM bridge has been available SC 1.0 for years running at Ethereum native speed. SC 2.0 on Hedera is 13x faster and cheaper than Ethereum. Otherwise, the Enterprise first focus is either going to be the best thing they did or something that keeps them behind for another 2 years.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Stop disrespecting my SC's like that!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I mean, the security is basically just hashrate proportional right? This security/decentralization tradeoff comes from a lack of community support after the fork, it's not like either coin's code came out of the box with greater security issues than BTC. I'm just confused as to why greater chunks of the community didn't swap over when more feature rich/usable alternatives emerged leading to BTC's network effect advantage. The fact that sidechains now need to be made to add DeFi or smart contracts to BTC shows the inefficiencies in design compared to BCH's 8MB block size SC compatibility and the greater range of usability for Mimblewimble vs. Taproot in privacy preservation. Both of these clones are now on the older side of cryptocurrency and have proven longevity, community, and usability. And while neither comes close to BTC/ETH decentralization and security it's not like they're at ETC levels of 51% attack risk with their hashrates. The only technical edge of BTC is the Lightning Network which is great but also really recent, it's just significantly less useful on the other chains as their txs were under significantly less limits before so developing it has less added value for them. I just don't get how so much of the Bitcoin crowd has stuck around exclusive to BTC when better options have arisen that they could've supported so that security/decentralization concerns would've been less of an issue. Like the network effect/first mover advantage shouldn't have been this dominant vs. technical improvements and features.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Shitcoins are now “SC’s”?? It makes them sound less dirty somehow…

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Chances are he sold his BTC bag and shills SC’s for a living

Mentions:#BTC#SC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

There are many more SC platforms. You shoulda gone past top 30

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

SC 2.0

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Don't worry people heard that 2 months ago everyone wanted to buy sundae token at launch of the first AMM dex and the LP got congested (yes LP/batcher queue is different than chain congestion) I transfered Ada at the worst possible time and it took 15 minutes, yes it was still bad, but it wasn't 3 days. Past results after one fail don't matter, 3 days for a swap story will live in their heads rent free for a long time. I also regularly use Cardano for swaps (mostly Minswap) and it takes a minute nowdays. I also trade NFTs on jpg store, fast no problems. The best thing I would say about Cardano so far is that tokens and NFTs have same level of security as Ada itself, I think that people who favour EVM more don't even want to think what that actually means. Somehow they prefer to think that if Solidity devs have higher average wage, it somehow results as EVM tokens being better. Guess what, if a 5yo can click a mouse, he can create a more secure asset (no haskell knowledge) than if you pay solidity dev $100k to create a secure token. It's true, if someone wants to debunk this, be my guest. I was in BSC world when it was popular and for the new tokens people were always scrolling the SC, is there a mint function or isn't there? If someone who only knows Cardano world and came to EVM, he would be amazed how careful you need to be there.

Mentions:#AMM#SC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Not sure what’s your knowledge on blockchains. Basically, there exists a tradeoff between security, decentralization and scalability. All successful blockchains as of now compromise either on decentralization or scalability and try to solve the puzzle how to improve the weak aspect. Cardano compromised on scalability. We have 1000+ nodes that produce blocks EACH epoch (epoch - 5 days) and a total number of 3000 nodes actively participating in the consensus mechanism. Once you have this level of decentralization, it’s not easy to be fast. But lots of research has been done and scalability of Cardano has already improved this year (maybe like +20% throughput). With June update, there will be introduced pipelining solution to propagate blocks faster across the network, script enhancements which will allow to use SCs stored on the blockchain instead of putting SC every time to a block once it’s being executed) and some other minor stuff. Can’t say for sure, but it should increase the throughput ~150%. Numbers are my guesstimates.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Elrond has atomic composability cross-shards using async calls API between the SCs. The developer can decide which SC part will be locked (the entire state or only a specific set of data). This is already implemented and running on 3200 nodes.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I didn't mention tps. I outlined the throughput limits so that you couldn't attempt to obfuscate why Cardano is so slow. Cardano's congestion is caused by abysmal throughput that creates a max of 8 tps (without any bloated smart contracts). And FYI, Cardano is one of the most centralized POS chains on the market. Less than 21 pools produce the majority of blocks, which is all that is needed to attack Cardano. That's less than AVAX and ATOM, that can do thousands of independent SC txs per second.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

SC are in beta on the mainnet and the IOTA 2.0 is running without the coordinator

Mentions:#SC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I think SC is probably a little better than like, the tenderloin. There are unironic NIMBY enclaves scattered around but overall it's pretty much everywhere but for the most part it's pretty shitty. Don't leave anything in your car and leave the consol open..

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Ergo is the best SC platform out there. The eth merge doesn't impact fees and is a mistake.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You might have forgotten that I went out of my way to: 1) Check the drive in the first place with the intent to return it 2) After I noticed a sizeable sum still went out of my way to find the owner 3) Personally took it to his home to deliver it in person 4) In the approximately ten seconds of interaction with him, he threatened to "knock me tf out" if I didn't leave, amidst a variety of other threats. Shockingly, I wasn't eager to make a return trip or spend more time standing there than necessary. So I did what an average person might do and I left. 5) Although I didn't go into great detail in my post because it was irrelevant, I didn't turn around and take the SC on the same day or anything. Almost 2 years passed and it sat in my room. Do I regret protecting myself? Not one bit. If my objective was to be a thief, I'd never have even attempted to return it in the first place, or forget about it for years after the event. But it's not my job to form opinions for you. Take that how you will.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

He didn't try to do well. He got offended and stole the guys SC....like a child. OP does not appear to have a conscience....or he could be lying about all this, who knows.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You stole his SC. Even if the guy was nuts, you should have just given him the drive and walked away. Bragging about not regretting being a thief says a lot about your character too.

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