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Jan 26, 2023

China’s Nightmarish New Bio Weapon Targets Race and Ethnicity

Posted by in categories: bitcoin, genetics

China building Bio Weapon that can target people based on race. China has been amassing a disturbing amount of genetic data from the rest of the world, and it’s been doing it for something nightmarish.

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Jan 26, 2023

First nuclear-powered Bitcoin mine to start operations in US this year

Posted by in categories: bitcoin, computing, nuclear energy, sustainability

This will reduce carbon emissions from mining operations but is that the only way?

TeraWulf, a Minnesota-headquartered company, will become the first entity in the U.S. to power its Bitcoin mining operations with nuclear energy, CNET.


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Jan 26, 2023

Arizona senator pushes to recognize Bitcoin as legal tender

Posted by in categories: bitcoin, business, finance, law

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If the proposed legislation is successful, Arizona will become the first state in the United States to officially recognize Bitcoin as a legal currency. This would have significant implications for the use and acceptance of bitcoin within the state. Not only would individuals and businesses be able to use bitcoin to pay debts, taxes, and other financial obligations, but state agencies would also be able to accept it as payment.

Jan 22, 2023

Explained: Will Web 3.0 live up to its hype?

Posted by in categories: bitcoin, blockchains, business, cryptocurrencies, Elon Musk, government, internet, robotics/AI, space

Despite its recent blowback, Web 3.0 offers a more interconnected and productive society.

The next significant development for the internet and all it governs is Web 3.0. To improve user experience, it will make use of artificial intelligence. In addition, blockchain technology will enable the service to be backed by decentralized networks since Web 3.0 is the fundamental framework for cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum. This will be a revolutionary move that might significantly influence businesses and how they function, as well as individual users. For instance, site owners won’t have to rely on larger businesses like Amazon (AWS) and Google to buy server space.


Web 2.0 – the current version of the internet – has grown overly centralized, with a small number of large technology businesses and government organizations controlling the industry. Web 3.0, which promises a decentralized online ecosystem built on the still-emerging blockchain, will be the third iteration of the internet. Web 3.0 was first coined in 2014 by a computer scientist named Gavin Wood also helped create Ethereum, the decentralized blockchain system that powers the ether coin.

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Jan 13, 2023

Aubrey De Grey: An Antidote to Aging

Posted by in categories: bitcoin, blockchains, cryptocurrencies, finance, life extension

From the beginning, our group has been about coming together to talk about crypto in a safe space. To share tips in a respectful and honest environment where people can make like-minded friends in an inclusive environment. We desire to educate, as well as learn in this ever changing landscape that is crypto. Moving forward we will grow whilst considering our core values.

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Jan 4, 2023

China’s Deadly Covid Wave Leaves Mountains of Body Bags

Posted by in categories: bitcoin, military

China has sent a record number of warplanes near Taiwan in retaliation for what the CCP considers the US arming Taiwan. Covid has hit China really, really hard, and the bodies are piling up. The Biden administration is getting tougher on China. Or so the media tells us. Watch this episode of China Uncensored for that and more of this week’s China news headlines.

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Dec 30, 2022

Why blockchain will remain a big deal in 2023 and beyond

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While it is still unclear how cryptocurrencies will alter in value and where we will be in 2023 — one thing is clear, they are undoubtedly here to stay.

As 2022 draws to a close, the cryptocurrency market is under great scrutiny. From the crypto winter of 2021 that saw Bitcoin lose almost a third of its value and other cryptocurrencies follow suit to security issues with crypto exchanges, bridges, and web 3.0 apps, and of course, FTX’s dramatic failure, it’s almost impossible to disbelieve tales of gloom. However, looking at the forecasts for 2023, it appears the market may rebound, and now may even be an ideal moment to invest.

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Dec 15, 2022

Was There a Major Breakthrough in Fusion? Not Really…Here Are The Facts

Posted by in categories: bitcoin, cryptocurrencies, physics

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Hello and welcome! My name is Anton and in this video, we will talk about new announcement about a potential breakthrough in fusion.
Links:
https://theconversation.com/how-far-has-nuclear-fusion-power…ogy-195114
https://aip.scitation.org/doi/10.1063/5.0085304
https://www.llnl.gov/news/national-ignition-facility-experim…n-ignition.
https://journals.aps.org/prl/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevLett.129.075001

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Dec 13, 2022

A Dutch startup uses Bitcoin mining to grow tulips in the Netherlands

Posted by in categories: bitcoin, climatology, cryptocurrencies, sustainability

A Dutch entrepreneur is helping to fight climate change rather unexpectedly — by using cryptocurrency mining to grow tulips!

In a modern twist, the Dutch are using bitcoin mining to reap an age-old bounty — tulips! Known for centuries as one of their most iconic cash crops, these beloved flowers now have another purpose in Holland: powering cryptocurrency.


The idea is so promising that even philosopher Nassim Nicholas Taleb has compared bitcoin mining in greenhouses to his concept of the “black swan” event. Despite the comparisons to Tulipmania, Koning believes that Dutch agriculturalists could benefit greatly from bitcoin mining in the years ahead.

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Dec 7, 2022

Ethereum’s energy switch saves as much electricity as entire Ireland uses

Posted by in categories: bitcoin, cryptocurrencies, energy

The success of The Merge concept may now serve as a roadmap to enable a switch from Proof of Work to Proof of Stake in Bitcoin.

Ethereum, the world’s second-largest crypto asset by market cap, has drastically changed its energy usage, saving a country-size proportion of power consumption.

This radical update most likely reduced the power consumption of the crypto network by 99.84 percent to 9.99 percent, according to a paper published by peer-reviewed data-science journal Patterns on Tuesday.

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