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Eric Wall
CIO info@arcaneassets.io // prev cryptocurrency lead () // PGP: 7D36 55BF E37D 6053 3083 21EA FB7D 3D66 0EA5 E0B7
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Outsiders 2h
ICYMI: The white knight och shitcoin slayer Eric Wall gästar Outsiders och lär oss allt om Ethereum! Vi får lära om allt från vad Ethereum är, vad det varit och vad det kan bli, till vad det faktiskt är som gör Ethereum så intressant. Tuuune in!
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Anna Svahn 2h
Outsiders 117 tillsammans med om Ethereum som plattform, i nästa vecka kommer en uppföljning med fokus på Ether och hur man kan värdera ETH!
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Eric Wall 3h
Replying to @TureMasing
> Etherian Förtal! Blocked and reported.
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Outsiders 8h
Outsiders gästas denna vecka av den briljante som bjuder på en crash course i Ethereum. Och den som väntar på något gott behöver inte vänta länge. Nästa vecka kommer avsnittet med fokus på valutan Ether. Kommentera det här inlägget så skickar vi...
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Eric Wall 13h
Replying to @udiWertheimer
"History shows it is not​ possible to insulate yourself from the consequences of others not understanding what the f you're talking about." - Udi
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Eric Wall 13h
That's why I think is the best bitcoin website. After digesting that data you must come to the realization that even if money works for you it doesn't work for everyone, and the configuration of the monetary order has a tremendous impact on all of society.
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Eric Wall 13h
No, on that part I have a different understanding. People who have been able to make wealth for themselves in the current system are generally the hardest to convince that there's anything wrong with the world order. Takes a lot of intellectual curiosity to proceed from there.
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Eric Wall 14h
Replying to @jillruthcarlson
Nailed it
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Eric Wall 20h
Replying to @nicksdjohnson
Are there people who believe paying just the basefee alone will ever lead to block inclusion? In my mind there's almost always going to be someone willing to pay 1 gwei more. Is the idea that the basefee will drop and part of your signed fee becomes tip? Unless I miss something.
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Eric Wall 21h
Replying to @nic__carter
This is awesome! As a cryptocurrency enthusiast, this is how you win my humble business. Competitors, take note.
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Eric Wall May 28
Replying to @MagdelenaAnna
Low S&P 500 = less wealthy stock owners (yield-seeking investors), more attractive stock prices for new stock investors High S&P 500 = more wealthy stock owners (yield-seeking investors), less attractive stock prices for new stock investors
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Eric Wall May 28
Replying to @MagdelenaAnna
Yes they do, and the main thing that happens then is that they receive less stock for those three grand than they would have otherwise. If they look at the P/E ratios of the underlying stocks, they may even decide *two* grand is enough to spend on stocks, rest goes to gold/BTC.
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Eric Wall May 28
The stock market represents a concentrated, accessible, yield-seeking slice of the market's capital. The more dollars investors who turn bullish on bitcoin in the current market environment can get for their stocks, the more they can deploy to bitcoin. S&P >3000 is good for BTC.
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Eric Wall May 28
Replying to @CryptoSecundus
ATM a court order could seize up to 20% of Dai collateral (USDC) worst case and I'm not sure MKR is well-distributed or anonymous enough to resist court orders/takedown. BAT is also centralized.
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Eric Wall May 28
Replying to @ercwl
The evolution of stablecoins will dictate the future for a large part of the cryptocurrency space. The majority of DeFi volume will concentrate around those dollar-substitutes that have a proven track record of being safe, scalable and viable. That depends plenty on the above.
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Eric Wall May 28
Replying to @ercwl
“We do have the ability to freeze or seize specific tokens, but Paxos cannot substitute its discretion for that of law enforcement; we will only freeze or seize tokens when directed pursuant to legal authority, such as a court order,” the spokesperson said.
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Eric Wall May 28
This article goes straight to the heart of the question surrounding stablecoins; legal viability & freeze function usage. I'm curious how that will play out and I'm quite keen to see stablecoin issuers legally stress-tested. You can help the stress-test by sharing his article!
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Eric Wall May 27
Replying to @jadler0 @hasufl and 4 others
Bitcoin Core should generate SPV proofs for big block identification via Merkle tree depth by default (h/t ), then atleast we'd have some resistance against those pesky SegWit2xers!
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Eric Wall May 27
Replying to @hasufl @gladstein
I'm just disagreeing that the "hardfork nature" of SegWit2x means users didn't need to do anything. If the custodial services they used forced SegWit2x further down their throats they would have needed to do something. Had prices been more even, who knows.
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Eric Wall May 27
Replying to @RyanSAdams
What will it be controlled by then? A set of full nodes?
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