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oisin.eth
Ethereum Freelancer. Devops and Full Stack Development. Gaeilgeoir. Mayo man. . Ex . DeFi enthusiast.
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oisin.eth Aug 7
Replying to @corbpage
Tether?
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oisin.eth Aug 4
Replying to @OisinKyne
Epoch 6 has been finalised. Great to see a speedy resolution.
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oisin.eth Aug 4
Medalla is currently not finalising due to having less than 66.6% participation. Some potential causes. - Not everyone that deposited has their validator up. - There have been issues identified in Lodestar and Nimbus. Affecting ~10% of clients.
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oisin.eth Aug 4
Less than 1 hour until the launch of the testnet. This is hopefully one of the final testnets before the main launch by the end of the year.
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oisin.eth Jul 23
Replying to @TrustlessState
The fact that none of these are ideal solutions means that the ecosystem could really do with a good token control panel.
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oisin.eth Jul 23
Replying to @ericjuta
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oisin.eth Jul 22
Great to see the US allowing banks to custody cryptocurrencies for its users. We are definitely seeing broader adoption and normalisation of this new tech.
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oisin.eth Jul 18
Replying to @_JohnWhelan
It's the third edition of a language processing AI that is extremely large. It was estimated at $12m in server costs to train. You can also add domain specific seed info to get it to sound like a particular person or write a type of programming language or poetry etc.
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oisin.eth Jul 14
Replying to @ericjuta
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oisin.eth Jul 14
Replying to @ericjuta
I've only spent €37,200 on rent for 3 years in Dublin, I'm not salty, I swear.
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oisin.eth Jul 14
10 billion to rent 10,000 homes for 25 years from private investors without owning the house by the end. Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting it to solve the housing crisis.
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oisin.eth Jul 12
My instinct is that PoS would be more resilient to a black Swan. The block proposers and validators are chosen randomly, and it would be hard to bias this in a way you could collude quickly. Also most of the network would go offline and finality would be stopped.
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The Blindboy Podcast Jul 11
Homegrown outdoor irish cannabis. Not grown by criminal gangs who enslave trafficked migrants and force them to operate growhouses. No crime here. Legalise it. Tax it. Create jobs. Let cannabis users have access to a safe regulated product like Canada has done
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oisin.eth Jul 10
Replying to @ericjuta @RyanSAdams
Libra will back off the USD if the Fed say so. They know where their bread is buttered. I anticipate Libra targeting the Rupee and other currencies in APAC + ME + Africa more than USD.
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oisin.eth Jul 10
Replying to @ericjuta @RyanSAdams
The war for the right to issue USD on Ethereum is coming. On one side we have a collection of barely regulated private companies, operating in offshore tax havens. On the other side we have the US Government + Federal Reserve with a CBDC. Place your bets.
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oisin.eth Jul 10
Replying to @RyanSAdams
How does this thesis hold up if cryptodollars are the cause of the next bust?
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oisin.eth Jul 10
State bodies interfering with the Internet backbone resulting in two short lived parallel chains of Ethereum. If these branches lasted from minutes to hours, when network connectivity was restored, the shorter branch would be dropped in favour of the longer. Undoing transactions.
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oisin.eth Jul 9
If Ireland is to reunify we should move the Dáil to Athlone and the Seanad to Derry.
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oisin.eth Jul 9
Replying to @loukerner
Even if you hold USDC on your own key the admins of the USDC smart contract can still blacklist your address, disallowing you from interacting with USDC in any way. Holding your own keys does nothing to prevent this, the fix is not using centralised stablecoins.
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oisin.eth Jul 8
If your point is that our existing legal systems are more likely to legitimise networks they can control rather than adapting to the fact that permissionless decentralized networks are a paradigm shift that moves the control of the flow of value out of their hands then I guess?
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