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Daniel Larimer
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Daniel Larimer 4h
Block one is growing while others shrink.
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BP.FISH Dec 5
is still the most active blockchain on earth. 🚀
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Daniel Larimer Dec 3
Replying to @UncleDiaz @block_one_
I’ve lost 15 lbs in past month... no gym, just cutting Mt dew.
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Daniel Larimer Dec 3
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Mises Institute Nov 17
CNN apparently imagines a First Amendment that grants special privileges only to wealthy and powerful media personalities working in Washington, DC.
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Lew Rockwell Nov 12
The Wonders of Real Free Market Medical Care Robert Bright makes a trip to Oklahoma City.
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Daniel Larimer Nov 10
Replying to @MarcAntoineRoss
You might be waiting a while.
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EOS Tribe Nov 10
If you are at the be sure to check out our HUGE list of developer resources!
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CyberCode Twins @ shEOS 💜 Nov 10
Best thing I heard was when an experienced ethereum developer started tinkering with for our team project for the hackathon. "OMG THIS WORKS WELL FASTER THAN ETHEREUM!!!"
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Ron Paul Nov 8
"Socialism isn't any better if it wins at the ballot box versus at the point of a gun. It's just as wrong if the government steals with the support of the majority then if it doesn't have the support of the majority. Theft is still theft, and it is still wrong." -
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Daniel Larimer Nov 7
Replying to @0xzak @Get_Scatter
I could say same of 3 mining pools who control 51% of hash power and which are selected by a small handful of miners who control 51% of hash power. These miners cooperate to set policy.
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Daniel Larimer Nov 7
In the near future most exchanges will occur on chain.
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Daniel Larimer Nov 7
Replying to @decentrali
It’s possible to adopt without hardfork.
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Daniel Larimer Nov 7
Replying to @0xzak @Get_Scatter
Ignoring the hundreds or thousands of full nodes propagating eos transactions is dishonest. Ignoring the fallacies in the ETH architecture and instead pointing fingers at eos straw men is the definition of fake news bias.
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Daniel Larimer Nov 7
Replying to @0xzak @Get_Scatter
A single ethereum miner can modify their code to reject all incoming transactions and some have as demonstrated by empty blocks mined while there is a backlog. Is this miner in total control of the network for one block?
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Daniel Larimer Nov 7
Replying to @decentrali
Does someone have evidence that double production is happening?
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Daniel Larimer Nov 7
Replying to @infomanc3r
Must one appeal to authority for stating 1+1 = 2? All it takes is money to produce a longer chain. Blocks are orphaned every day.
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Daniel Larimer Nov 7
Replying to @NemoV8
true decentralization is free market competition and minimal barriers to entry. Proof of work is insecure for all minority chains, dpos is as secure as the community of token holders can vote to make it.
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Daniel Larimer Nov 7
Replying to @rupeshjain2011
Producers voting for each other is meaningless, their net income and stake is insignificant next to the rest of the network.
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Daniel Larimer Nov 7
How can you declare a protocol Byzantine fault tolerant when you cannot enumerate the generals nor define when to attack? does both but pow chains do neither
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