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[email protected] - bitstamp
[email protected] - bit wage
https://bixin.com/common/contact - bixin
blockchain.info, the contact button does not help you contact them
https://blockr.io/documentation/contact - blockr.io
[email protected] - breadwallet
[email protected] blocktrail
https://support.btc-e1.com/index.php?/Tickets/Submit/ - btc-e
[email protected] - btcs
[email protected] - btcc
[email protected] - bw.com
canaan.io register for support
[email protected] - cex.io
[email protected] - circle lol
https://support.coinbase.com/customeportal/emails/new - coinbase
https://coincheck.com/info/contact - coincheck
https://coin.co/contact - coin.co
https://coin.dance/ click on support on lower loft corner - coin,dance
https://coinfloor.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/requests/new - coinfloor
https://support.coinify.com/Tickets/Submit - coinify
https://coins.ph/contact - coins.ph
[email protected] - coinomi
https://electrum.org/#about electrum no contact form found
[email protected] - f2pool
https://factom.com/index.php?p=about/contact - factom
[email protected] - gatecoin
[email protected] - gbminers
[email protected] - general bytes
https://support.gdax.com/customeportal/emails/new gdax, you like coinbase? same same, but different
[email protected] - greyscale
https://www.huobi.com/account/login.php? backurl=/help/help_index/ - Huobi log in only
https://www.itbit.com/contactus - itbit
https://decentral.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/requests/new - jaxx
http://kialara.com/contact/ - kialara
https://www.kraken.com/about/contact - kraken
[email protected] - liberty X
https://localbitcoins.com/support/request/#other click on other - localbitcoin
https://www.luno.com/help/en/tickets/new - luno
https://support.magnr.com/hc/en-gb/requests/new - magnr
[email protected] - the merkle com
http://support.mycelium.com/hc/en-us/requests/new - mycelium
https://myaccount.nytimes.com/membercenteemailus.html - nathaniel popper
nodecounter.com no contact info found
https://www.okcoin.com/linkUs.html / https://support.magnr.com/hc/en-gb/requests/new - okcoin
p2p pool nothing useful found
[email protected] - purse.io
[email protected] - tradeblock
[email protected] - trezor
[email protected] - satoshilabs
https://myaccount.nytimes.com/membercenteemailus.html- brett scott
https://slushpool.com/help/#!/contact-us/feedback - slushpool
[email protected] - bbtc.com
xapo nothing useful found
https://support.uphold.com/hc/en-us/requests/new /
[email protected] uphold
[email protected] - viabtc
things you may want to talk about ViaBTC on why we should increase the block size https://medium.com/@ViaBTC/why-we-must-increase-the-block-size-and-why-i-support-bi
we've known full blocks were coming for years and the few people with commit access to core did not do anything helpful - http://gavinandresen.ninja/why-increasing-the-max-block-size-is-urgent tcoin-unlimited-90b114b3ef4a#.hbs8g9npp
https://medium.com/@ViaBTC/miner-guide-how-to-safely-hard-fork-to-bitcoin-unlimited-8ac1570dc1a8#.74w0fhl8q
all the reasons these people have put forth for why BU is bad have been debunked - https://www.reddit.com/btc/comments/4w8hgn/remember_this_tripe_from_adam_back_now_thoroughly/ https://www.reddit.com/btc/comments/5q26t6/nullc_claims_bu_doesnt_even_check_signatures/ https://www.reddit.com/btc/comments/5fyve1/fallacy_the_key_to_bitcoins_decentralization_is_a/ and so so so many more
things core does or thinks: today's full blocks are not really full- https://np.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/5xcoze/15mb_block_size_limit_proposal/deh7z13/; applying for bitcoin patents is okay - https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/579c6g/peter_todd_im_now_offering_a_defensive_patent/ theymos hinted he might work to destroy Satoshi's bitcoins - https://news.bitcoin.com/theymos-bitcoins-satoshi-destroyed/ what theymos think thinks bitcoin should be like in the future - https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/54gtea/what_is_your_vision_of_the_final_bitcoin_protocol/d822o4u/ todd wants to remove (and did) the commit access of Gavin (who was left in control when SN left) because - https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/4hfs2d/peter_todd_if_gavinandresen_is_wrong_i_think_his/ Adam Back is not a coder - https://www.reddit.com/btc/comments/47fr3p/4_weird_facts_about_adam_back_1_he_neve Some code by Satoshi became noted that it was written by maxwell - https://www.reddit.com/btc/comments/45g3d5/rewriting_history_greg_maxwell_is_claiming_some/ Dashjr proposed contentious protocol fork - https://www.reddit.com/btc/comments/428aae/influential_bitcoin_core_developer_proposes/ Greg was a poisonous person back at wikipedia in 2006 - https://www.reddit.com/btc/comments/45ail1/wikipedians_on_greg_maxwell_in_2006_now_cto_of/ theymos is okay with breaking a number of reddit.com rules - https://www.reddit.com/KarmaCourt/comments/5gvqf6/and_now_for_something_completely_different_the/
censorship and trying to manipulate the public opinion - https://medium.com/@johnblocke/a-brief-and-incomplete-history-of-censorship-in-r-bitcoin-c85a290fe43 & https://medium.com/@johnblocke/r-bitcoin-censorship-revisited-58d5b1bdcd64#.ttlqu5yiq
and the FAQ here https://www.reddit.com/btc/comments/5wwznc/please_read_our_frequently_asked_questions_faq/
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State of the food scene

Every week in this space, I share just a little bit of the long and interesting conversations I have with Boulder County’s chefs, restaurateurs, farmers, brewers and other food professionals. And while what often makes it into the paper takes the shape of portraits — glimpses of personal histories that shed light on how that person got to wherever he or she is — our conversations often delve into bigger issues about the local food scene.
Looking back on the dozens of these discussions with the county’s top food minds over the last year, several common threads emerged. This is despite the fact that although they all share the unofficial title of Boulder County food producer, they come from all corners of the globe, with all types of personal backgrounds. But combined, their thoughts provide a de facto status report for Boulder County’s food scene.
Although not every trend or big idea is covered in this article, here are the three big things Boulder County’s food leaders are talking about now.
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  1. Shifting chef culture
Numerous chefs had at least one example of a time in their careers when they had to work for a demanding chef. Now there were some folks, like Jed Breakell of Emmerson and Brett Zimmerman of Boulder Wine Merchant, who said that seeing the attention to detail in a kitchen expertly run by say, Thomas Keller or Charlie Trotter, was enough to motivate them to set their goals higher in the culinary world.
But Boulder County is also at the forefront of a changing chef culture, where a sense of community is being put on a higher pedestal than authoritarianism. Daniel Asher (River and Woods, Acreage) said that sense of community extends outside the kitchen, to the producers who supply the food to his restaurants, and to the diners consuming it.
“It sounds hilarious but the beauty of it is there’s so many things to share in a plate of food and all those people should share in the joy of what that final dish is about,” Asher said. “There’s no ego in it. I think that’s slowly being removed from kitchens as well, which is great. People are using more words like ‘we’ and ‘us’ and less, ‘I am the chef, this is my thing.’ It’s becoming more collaborative. People want to be more engaged … and it’s not fun to just have one person telling the tale.”
Though Asher said the end product will be better as chef culture changes, Frasca’s Bobby Stuckey told me it’s an imperative if the lives of the people who make up the service industry are to improve.
“Historically, people didn’t take care of themselves. I try to lead by example. Like Anthony Bourdain, they wanted to glamorize the bad boy chef 20 years ago, stay out late drinking and … that’s not really sustainable, but it read really well,” Stuckey said. “But it was really damaging. I think the industry is tough but we make it uber, uber tough because people don’t take care of themselves.”
A toxic kitchen also prevents people from entering the industry, or from getting experience that would help advance their culinary skills. Christiana Scott, a personal chef, said she decided to work outside of kitchens because of her brief, negative experience in them. She said that even though diners talk about the sustainability of the food they’re eating, they don’t see how sustainability plays into keeping a kitchen staff healthy.
“It’s not something I hear brought up a lot,” Scott said. “You hear, ‘Is this restaurant organic,’ or, ‘Where are they getting their ingredients,’ but not a whole lot about the people behind the curtain, so it’ll be interesting if that starts to change; it’s just kind of the status quo.”
  1. Walking the talk with
sustainability
Speaking of sustainability, it’s hard to get through a conversation with a Boulder County food producer without talking about it. On one hand, diners demand it, but on the other, there are plenty of gaps in the local food system which are often in the blind spots of those same scrupulous diners.
Chef Bradford Heap (Salt, Colterra, Wild Standard) has put several plant-based options on his menus, and aggressively pursues ways to educate the people who walk through the doors of his restaurants.
“The only way forward is plant-based. It’s got to sequester the carbon. It’s got to be organic, not because the hippies love it, but because the natural system that I honor, that I’m not smarter than, that I revere, is fucking amazing,” Heap said. “Everything. The way mushrooms come up and the roots, the symbiotic nature of it. Everything is in this giant symbiosis, and then we get in there with our chemicals and our shit, and we just totally screw it up.”
Of course there are several biodynamic and regenerative farmers in the county doing work that honors the natural process of growing food. Mark Guttridge at Ollin Farms is a leader in the field, but like others — including the folks at Aspen Moon Farm — he had to supplement the farm with another job for years. In Boulder County, there’s a lot of cost that goes into producing the food Heap said we need to be eating.
“It’s just an incredible amount of labor,” Guttridge said. “High cost of living. High infrastructure costs, and even though we have that captive audience here with the farmers markets, It’s just margins are really narrow. We’re up against a global food system that’s really pushed cheap, low-value food.”
Guttridge said the investment in local, responsibly grown food goes farther, too, in that it supports the people who work on that farm — his crew is up from “eight, nine bucks an hour … to $12 or $13.”
  1. Food is struggling to keep up with County’s wealth
There are two bits of bad news for what has seemed like an unstoppable food scene over the past few years: One, the continued pricing-out of local shops in the City of Boulder, and a recent report from the Brewers Association that said the craft beer industry may be plateauing. With a couple good breweries biting the dust, one has to wonder if we’re on the precipice of an exodus of the food establishments that have helped put us on the map.
Lenny Martinelli, of Three Leaf Concepts (The Huckleberry, Dushanbe Teahouse and more), said he’s seeing it already on Pearl Street.
“I think it’s already starting,” he said. “This is a tough one because the kinds of groups that can really afford [rent on Pearl] are national groups, chains. And I am a bit fearful that Boulder could lose a lot of its identity to that, which is kind of a bummer. But the real estate has gotten… it’s outrageous. … It’s not sustainable for rents to be going the way they are going right now; to keep the kind of restaurant culture, the kind of working culture that we want here.”
One work-around is the food truck. Despite its national emergence a decade or so ago, Boulder County has been slow to embrace it. The addition of the Rayback Collective has been a huge boon, and Roy Brown of Passport said his truck’s stints at the establishment are the most lucrative. But finding room elsewhere can be a challenge.
“The City itself is still a little averse to it,” Brown said. “There are not many spots; aside from breweries or Rayback, there are not many places. You can’t pull up on the side of the road and start selling food in Boulder. Breweries are pretty easy, but unfortunately how much you sell is a question.”
But it’s not all doom and gloom. With the increase in wealth, more opportunities present themselves. Will Frischkorn told me his wine and cheese shop, Cured, is a prime example of an establishment benefiting from the boom.
“We have access in Colorado to pretty remarkable wine now,” he said. “Ten years ago, it was just starting. We get winemakers from California who hop in and say, ‘How do you have that here?’ And it’s $15 cheaper, and they clean us out. And it wasn’t that way not too long ago.”
Too, the opening of a bacon-focused restaurant in Lafayette (William Oliver’s) and a snack house in Longmont (TREAT), expanded farmers markets in those cities, and migration from priced-out Boulderites into East County, indicates that although the geography of the food scene may be in flux, the future of it is likely to remain curious and bright.
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Of Wolves and Weasels - Day 382 - Weekly Wrapup #48

Hey all, GoodShibe here!
This was your week in Dogecoin!
This Week's oWaWs
Announcements
Top Images/Memes of the Week
Dogecoin in the News
Good Reads
Did I forget anything? Of course I did! Please let me know in the comments and I'll add it in!
It's 9:55AM EST and we've found 97.72% of our first 100 Billion DOGEs -- only 2.28% remains until we hit our soft cap! Our Global Hashrate is down from ~893 to ~891 Gigahashes per second and our Difficulty is up from ~14306 to ~15661.
As always, I appreciate your support!
GoodShibe
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A really lopsided profile: Low CGPA and backlogs, but, solo authored IEEE papers, numerous solo projects and helped build a start up. What chances do I really have?

Undergrad - 65.8% <=> 2.63/4 (History of backlogs :13; Took 1.5 years extra to complete)
GRE - 313 Quant - 159 Verbal - 154 AWA - 5.0
TOEFL - 110
4 Solo Authored Papers: (Info. stripped to remain anonymous)
Paper 1: | 3rd edition conference, Dehradun, India UACEE | Journal Appearance | My paper was Cited as benchmark and base work in a paper presented by 3 Italian authors at 28th International IEEE Parallel & Distributed Processing Symposium Workshops (IPDPSW, 2014)
Paper 2: | 3rd edition conference, London, UK IEEE | IEEE Xplore Conference popularity rank: 18/107
Paper 3: | 28th edition annual conference, Toronto, Canada IEEE | IEEE Xplore Conference popularity percentile 1/257 | Nominated "Award Quality paper" | Full sponsor of paper registration fee of $750 | Most downloaded paper in the conference with IEEE Xplore Conference popularity rank: 1/257 | Featured in a "State of the art Bitcoin research compilation" by Brett Scott (writer for TheGuardian (UK news paper), alternate finance explorer and Lecturer at University of Arts, London).
Paper 4: | 14th edition conference, Bali, indonesia IEEE |
College Projects: A number of solo developed projects. All worked ground up. A number of them were innovative. Also worked on a personal team research project involving human computer interaction with 3 of my friends and its results were attested by dept. Professors.
Work Experience: Worked at a start up company for 2 years after my U.G. Was pivotal to the growth of the company. I have LORs from the CEO stating my "invaluable contribution to its growth and success"
Target Universities: University of Southern California (Dream university) University of Washington Texas A&M University—​College Station Arizona State University Pennsylvania State University—​University Park University of Florida University of Central Florida University of Illinois—​Chicago University of Texas—​Dallas
Question: I didn't do too well in college. Despite my college being called the second best in south India and among the top 10 in India, I had 13 backlogs in total and took 3 semesters after the end of college to get my degree. Plus, it's just a 6.58/10 CPGA. I spent time doing other things I love; programming. I loved programming and worked enthusiastically and alone on every project during my U.G. I solo authored 4 papers which won multiple mentionable awards/accolades (during my final year and the year after college). I also worked and contributed significantly to a start-up company.
How much of a chance do I stand for the 2016 Computer Science Spring admissions (Master's) in these mentioned universities? Also, if they're all too ambitious (I guess they are), what safe schools would you recommend?
I'd be so very thankful for opinions... I'm really worried...
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Contact information for some exchanges, wallet makers, sellers, and btc companies.

[email protected] - 21.co
[email protected] (Bussiness) / [email protected] (Submission - 8btc)
[email protected] AirBiz
[email protected] ANX
azopstability.com no contact info found, let's not spam message people on reedit
https://www.bitcoin.com/contact-us - not very helpful
[email protected] - bitcoinity
[email protected] - bitfinex
[email protected] - bitfury
BitGo, no contact section found
[email protected] - bitmain and their owner Bitmain Tech Ltd https://support.bitmain.com/hc/en-us/requests/new
[email protected] - bitnodes.21.co
https://help.bitpay.com/contact-us?contact_query=Please%20enter%20your%20question - bit pay
[email protected] - bitstamp
[email protected] - bit wage
https://bixin.com/common/contact - bixin
blockchain.info, the contact button does not help you contact them
https://blockr.io/documentation/contact - blockr.io
[email protected] - breadwallet
[email protected] blocktrail
https://support.btc-e1.com/index.php?/Tickets/Submit/ - btc-e
[email protected] - btcs
[email protected] - btcc
[email protected] - bw.com
canaan.io register for support
[email protected] - cex.io
[email protected] - circle lol
https://support.coinbase.com/customeportal/emails/new - coinbase
https://coincheck.com/info/contact - coincheck
https://coin.co/contact - coin.co
https://coin.dance/ click on support on lower loft corner - coin,dance
https://coinfloor.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/requests/new - coinfloor
https://support.coinify.com/Tickets/Submit - coinify
https://coins.ph/contact - coins.ph
[email protected] - coinomi
https://electrum.org/#about electrum no contact form found
[email protected] - f2pool
https://factom.com/index.php?p=about/contact - factom
[email protected] - gatecoin
[email protected] - gbminers
[email protected] - general bytes
https://support.gdax.com/customeportal/emails/new gdax, you like coinbase? same same, but different
[email protected] - greyscale
https://www.huobi.com/account/login.php? backurl=/help/help_index/ - Huobi log in only
https://www.itbit.com/contactus - itbit
https://decentral.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/requests/new - jaxx
https://www.kraken.com/about/contact - kraken
[email protected] - liberty X
https://localbitcoins.com/support/request/#other click on other - localbitcoin
https://www.luno.com/help/en/tickets/new - luno
https://support.magnr.com/hc/en-gb/requests/new - magnr
[email protected] - the merkle com
http://support.mycelium.com/hc/en-us/requests/new - mycelium
https://myaccount.nytimes.com/membercenteemailus.html - nathaniel popper
nodecounter.com no contact info found
https://www.okcoin.com/linkUs.html / https://support.magnr.com/hc/en-gb/requests/new - okcoin
p2p pool nothing useful found
[email protected] - purse.io
[email protected] - tradeblock
[email protected] - trezor
[email protected] - satoshilabs
https://myaccount.nytimes.com/membercenteemailus.html- brett scott
https://slushpool.com/help/#!/contact-us/feedback - slushpool
[email protected] - bbtc.com
xapo nothing useful found
https://support.uphold.com/hc/en-us/requests/new /
[email protected] uphold
[email protected] - viabtc
things you may want to talk about ViaBTC on why we should increase the block size https://medium.com/@ViaBTC/why-we-must-increase-the-block-size-and-why-i-support-bi
we've known full blocks were coming for years and the few people with commit access to core did not do anything helpful - http://gavinandresen.ninja/why-increasing-the-max-block-size-is-urgent tcoin-unlimited-90b114b3ef4a#.hbs8g9npp
https://medium.com/@ViaBTC/miner-guide-how-to-safely-hard-fork-to-bitcoin-unlimited-8ac1570dc1a8#.74w0fhl8q
all the reasons these people have put forth for why BU is bad have been debunked - https://www.reddit.com/btc/comments/4w8hgn/remember_this_tripe_from_adam_back_now_thoroughly/ https://www.reddit.com/btc/comments/5q26t6/nullc_claims_bu_doesnt_even_check_signatures/ https://www.reddit.com/btc/comments/5fyve1/fallacy_the_key_to_bitcoins_decentralization_is_a/ and so so so many more
things core does or thinks: today's full blocks are not really full- https://np.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/5xcoze/15mb_block_size_limit_proposal/deh7z13/; applying for bitcoin patents is okay - https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/579c6g/peter_todd_im_now_offering_a_defensive_patent/ theymos hinted he might work to destroy Satoshi's bitcoins - https://news.bitcoin.com/theymos-bitcoins-satoshi-destroyed/ what theymos think thinks bitcoin should be like in the future - https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/54gtea/what_is_your_vision_of_the_final_bitcoin_protocol/d822o4u/ todd wants to remove (and did) the commit access of Gavin (who was left in control when SN left) because - https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/4hfs2d/peter_todd_if_gavinandresen_is_wrong_i_think_his/ Adam Back is not a coder - https://www.reddit.com/btc/comments/47fr3p/4_weird_facts_about_adam_back_1_he_neve Some code by Satoshi became noted that it was written by maxwell - https://www.reddit.com/btc/comments/45g3d5/rewriting_history_greg_maxwell_is_claiming_some/ Dashjr proposed contentious protocol fork - https://www.reddit.com/btc/comments/428aae/influential_bitcoin_core_developer_proposes/ Greg was a poisonous person back at wikipedia in 2006 - https://www.reddit.com/btc/comments/45ail1/wikipedians_on_greg_maxwell_in_2006_now_cto_of/ theymos is okay with breaking a number of reddit.com rules - https://www.reddit.com/KarmaCourt/comments/5gvqf6/and_now_for_something_completely_different_the/
censorship and trying to manipulate the public opinion - https://medium.com/@johnblocke/a-brief-and-incomplete-history-of-censorship-in-r-bitcoin-c85a290fe43 & https://medium.com/@johnblocke/r-bitcoin-censorship-revisited-58d5b1bdcd64#.ttlqu5yiq
and the FAQ here https://www.reddit.com/btc/comments/5wwznc/please_read_our_frequently_asked_questions_faq/
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12-02 08:22 - 'There's More Than One Way to Be Bitcoin Rich' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/BitcoinAlways removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-6min

'''
[link]1
Bailey Reutzel is a veteran finance reporter and editor at CoinDesk.
A buzz. A notification.
"Oh how I wish I took your advice all the many moons ago," a friend commented on my nostalgic Facebook post about the bitcoin price hitting $10,000.
I reply.
"I wish I had taken more of my advice."
When I tell people I acquired my first bitcoin around the $14 mark, most people then ask whether I'm one of those famed "bitcoin millionaires."
I'm not. And sometimes that really hurts to admit.
Seeing bitcoin eclipse $10,000 brought about a feeling of missing out.
There was a blur over the day. Is this really happening? Did that really happen?
What the hell have I been doing?
I was once a young, starry-eyed bitcoin n00b, writing about its march towards $100 a coin. I believed in it then, but with the push towards utilizing it as a payments rail, spent bitcoin here and there on dinners and tech toys and drinks.
And as activist and writer Brett Scott tweeted: "It's only got to this point because some of us actually used it to buy things in the real world in the past."
I bought into the ether presale, because I believed there would not be just one winner, and although I made a couple thousand dollars on its initial rise, I had just gotten off a six-month road trip and had $300 to my name, so cashed out at around $7 a coin.
Seven dollars a coin. Ether has traded for more than $500 a coin this week. Based on some not very precise math, if I'd have held, I'd have a cool $150,000 – not a millionaire, but that's an amount of money I have never expected to see in an account I control all at once.
For, as skeptical as I became about all the "change the world" rhetoric, I still believed bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies needed to exist as counter-forces to the traditional system that was wreaking havoc on the world, but still I didn't buy.
Consuming so much knowledge about the inner-workings of this system got in the way.
Seeing what other rabbit holes my interest in crypto could take me got in the way.
Life got in the way.
I missed out.
But that's not right. I've been here, right here, in the thick of it for the past five years.
And whether or not I can buy a fucking Ferrari or pay in full in cash for a quarter of a million dollar apartment, I'm a bitcoiner.
And seeing how far a nerdy, little community has come is really inspiring.
It's why I got the bitcoin symbol tattooed on my leg. It's not because I think it'll destroy the dollar or collapse the state; it's not because I think it's underlying technology will make financial institutions and a whole host of different enterprises run more effectively; it's not even because I think most of the people in the industry are shining examples of altruism.
It's because bitcoin is an alternative, a counter-power, the resistance.
And dammit, it's shown the resistance can work.
It shows we can make our own things valuable. We can decide when we've had enough.
"If you had bought bitcoin when I told you to...," I tell my brother as parting knowledge as I head to the airport and back to New York.
"Well, now what should I invest in?" he asks.
"I'm looking into it."
But will I?
One Facebook comment gives me comfort: "You're worth millions in spirit … which is just as tangible as bitcoin."
'''
There's More Than One Way to Be Bitcoin Rich
Go1dfish undelete link
unreddit undelete link
Author: BitcoinAlways
1: https://www.coindesk.com/theres-one-way-bitcoin-rich/
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Green MP replies to my Bitcoin email - UK

I wrote to my Green MP about bitcoin, here's her reply :
Thank you for writing to me and I am sorry for not replying sooner: I’m afraid your email slipped out of my normal system for replying to correspondence. However, please be assured that I did read your email when it came in.
I am intrigued by the idea of new currencies – including supporting the Brighton Pound – and have been interested to see how Bitcoin has developed and grown over the last five years. I think that the financial system as it currently operates is not working in the interests of the majority and, for this reason, I believe in widespread economic reform. I work closely with the New Economics Foundation (NEF), for example, who have done a lot of good work on alternatives to the way the economy currently operates, to create a fairer and more prosperous system for the many, not just the few. They have written a number of articles on Bitcoin and emerging currencies here,here and here.
I am worried that we are on course for another economic crash and that we have not yet learned the lessons from the last one, including what caused it. It's critical that we take every possible step to put our economy onto a sustainable footing - and for me that means asking questions about the purpose of the economy, banks and monetary policy – and how new currencies like Bitcoin might support that. I’m not yet sure what role new currencies will play, and I do have some privacy concerns over the digitalisation of money more broadly – there’s a fascinating article on that issue by the economist Brett Scott here – but will be sure to keep abreast of developments over the coming months and years.
Thanks again for your email, and if you require any further information on my work here in Parliament, please do not hesitate to be in touch.
Regards Caroline Lucas
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MoneyLab: bitcoin and alternative currencies - international conference in Amsterdam, 21-22 March

I'm working at the Institute of Network Cultures and we are putting together an international conference on Bitcoin and alternative revenues. We're going to have free crowdfunding workshops where people can sign up and also a Bitcoin ATM! If you're interested in such matters, here is the official announcement:
MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives Sprouting New Digital-Economic Forms in Times of Crisis
International Conference, Bazaar, Workshops, Art & Performances
March 21-22, 2014 Lab111 Arie Biemondstraat 111 Amsterdam
Program: networkcultures.org/moneylab/program-3/conference-sessions/
MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives is a two-day international conference on alternative economic forms and the future of money organized by the Institute of Network Cultures on 21-22 March 2014 at Lab 111 (Arie Biemondstraat 111) in Amsterdam.
The conference brings together top international speakers – researchers, activists, filmmakers, visual artists and performance artists, designers and programmers – to critically probe alternative economic models, payment systems, revenue models and local and digital currencies against the backdrop of the ongoing global economic stagnation.
Topics: Bitcoin | Crowdfunding | Mobile Money | Digital Currencies | Local Currencies | Economic Crisis & Activism | Money and Art | Alternative Banking Systems | Monetization | Dismantling Global Finance | Alternative Economies
Speakers: Saskia Sassen, Bill Maurer, Franco Berardi, Tiziana Terranova, Eduard de Jong, Aaron Koenig, Brian Holmes, Matthew Slater, Lana Swartz, Beat Weber, Brett Scott, Dadara, Dette Glashouwer, Eli Gothill, Erin Taylor, Inge Ejbye Sørensen, Jamie King, Marijke Hoogenboom, Max Haiven, Quinn du Pont, Ron Peperkamp, Stefan & Ralf Heidenreich, Stephen Musoke, Taylor Nelms
Is crowd funding signalling an cultural shift in art production and artists’ relationships with their audiences. What lessons are to be learned from mobile money payment systems in Africa? What is the future of internet-based currencies like Bitcoin? What are the technical and economic criticisms of Bitcoin, and how can they be fed back into the currency or be used to create others? Is it possible to imagine a future sustainable alternative network-economy? Is an equivalent of money even needed, and what would a non-monetary economy look like?
The MoneyLab Alternatives Bazaar complements the conference. The Bazaar presents organizations and initiatives directly involved with alternative revenue models and local currencies such as Qoin, Noppes, Next Nature & Eco Currency, Timebank CC, Peerby, and a Bitcoin ATM. The Alternatives Bazaar provides a platform to network, exchange ideas, and get involved and is open throughout the 22nd of March. Further activities at the event include art performances, a film program, video art installations and workshops.
More information, tickets and updates on the program: www.networkcultures.org/moneylab
MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives – 21-22 March 2014 Lab111: Arie Biemondstraat 111 Amsterdam Tickets are € 30,- (regular) and € 15,- (student discount) per day.
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Alternative currencies conference in Amsterdam, NL with free crowdfunding workshops

Hello. I'm working at the Institute of Network Cultures in Amsterdam and we are putting together an international conference on Bitcoin and alternative revenues. We're going to have free crowdfunding workshops where people can sign up for free and also a Bitcoin ATM! If you're interested, here is the official announcement:
MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives Sprouting New Digital-Economic Forms in Times of Crisis
International Conference, Bazaar, Workshops, Art & Performances
March 21-22, 2014 Lab111 Arie Biemondstraat 111 Amsterdam
Program: networkcultures.org/moneylab/program-3/conference-sessions/
MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives is a two-day international conference on alternative economic forms and the future of money organized by the Institute of Network Cultures on 21-22 March 2014 at Lab 111 (Arie Biemondstraat 111) in Amsterdam.
The conference brings together top international speakers – researchers, activists, filmmakers, visual artists and performance artists, designers and programmers – to critically probe alternative economic models, payment systems, revenue models and local and digital currencies against the backdrop of the ongoing global economic stagnation.
Topics: Bitcoin | Crowdfunding | Mobile Money | Digital Currencies | Local Currencies | Economic Crisis & Activism | Money and Art | Alternative Banking Systems | Monetization | Dismantling Global Finance | Alternative Economies
Speakers: Saskia Sassen, Bill Maurer, Franco Berardi, Tiziana Terranova, Eduard de Jong, Aaron Koenig, Brian Holmes, Matthew Slater, Lana Swartz, Beat Weber, Brett Scott, Dadara, Dette Glashouwer, Eli Gothill, Erin Taylor, Inge Ejbye Sørensen, Jamie King, Marijke Hoogenboom, Max Haiven, Quinn du Pont, Ron Peperkamp, Stefan & Ralf Heidenreich, Stephen Musoke, Taylor Nelms
Is crowd funding signalling an cultural shift in art production and artists’ relationships with their audiences. What lessons are to be learned from mobile money payment systems in Africa? What is the future of internet-based currencies like Bitcoin? What are the technical and economic criticisms of Bitcoin, and how can they be fed back into the currency or be used to create others? Is it possible to imagine a future sustainable alternative network-economy? Is an equivalent of money even needed, and what would a non-monetary economy look like?
The MoneyLab Alternatives Bazaar complements the conference. The Bazaar presents organizations and initiatives directly involved with alternative revenue models and local currencies such as Qoin, Noppes, Next Nature & Eco Currency, Timebank CC, Peerby, and a Bitcoin ATM. The Alternatives Bazaar provides a platform to network, exchange ideas, and get involved and is open throughout the 22nd of March. Further activities at the event include art performances, a film program, video art installations and workshops.
More information, tickets and updates on the program: www.networkcultures.org/moneylab
MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives – 21-22 March 2014 Lab111: Arie Biemondstraat 111 Amsterdam Tickets are € 30,- (regular) and € 15,- (student discount) per day.
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MoneyLab: bitcoin and alternative currencies - international conference in Amsterdam, 21-22 March. + bitcoin ATM!

I'm working at the Institute of Network Cultures and we are putting together an international conference on Bitcoin and alternative revenues. We're going to have free crowdfunding workshops where people can sign up and also a Bitcoin ATM! If you're interested in such matters, here is the official announcement:
MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives Sprouting New Digital-Economic Forms in Times of Crisis International Conference, Bazaar, Workshops, Art & Performances March 21-22, 2014 Lab111 Arie Biemondstraat 111 Amsterdam
Program: networkcultures.org/moneylab/program-3/conference-sessions/
MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives is a two-day international conference on alternative economic forms and the future of money organized by the Institute of Network Cultures on 21-22 March 2014 at Lab 111 (Arie Biemondstraat 111) in Amsterdam.
The conference brings together top international speakers – researchers, activists, filmmakers, visual artists and performance artists, designers and programmers – to critically probe alternative economic models, payment systems, revenue models and local and digital currencies against the backdrop of the ongoing global economic stagnation. Topics: Bitcoin | Crowdfunding | Mobile Money | Digital Currencies | Local Currencies | Economic Crisis & Activism | Money and Art | Alternative Banking Systems | Monetization | Dismantling Global Finance | Alternative Economies Speakers: Saskia Sassen, Bill Maurer, Franco Berardi, Tiziana Terranova, Eduard de Jong, Aaron Koenig, Brian Holmes, Matthew Slater, Lana Swartz, Beat Weber, Brett Scott, Dadara, Dette Glashouwer, Eli Gothill, Erin Taylor, Inge Ejbye Sørensen, Jamie King, Marijke Hoogenboom, Max Haiven, Quinn du Pont, Ron Peperkamp, Stefan & Ralf Heidenreich, Stephen Musoke, Taylor Nelms
Is crowd funding signalling an cultural shift in art production and artists’ relationships with their audiences. What lessons are to be learned from mobile money payment systems in Africa? What is the future of internet-based currencies like Bitcoin? What are the technical and economic criticisms of Bitcoin, and how can they be fed back into the currency or be used to create others? Is it possible to imagine a future sustainable alternative network-economy? Is an equivalent of money even needed, and what would a non-monetary economy look like? The MoneyLab Alternatives Bazaar complements the conference. The Bazaar presents organizations and initiatives directly involved with alternative revenue models and local currencies such as Qoin, Noppes, Next Nature & Eco Currency, Timebank CC, Peerby, and a Bitcoin ATM. The Alternatives Bazaar provides a platform to network, exchange ideas, and get involved and is open throughout the 22nd of March. Further activities at the event include art performances, a film program, video art installations and workshops.
More information, tickets and updates on the program: www.networkcultures.org/moneylab MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives – 21-22 March 2014 Lab111: Arie Biemondstraat 111 Amsterdam Tickets are € 30,- (regular) and € 15,- (student discount) per day.
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MoneyLab: bitcoin and alternative currencies - international conference in Amsterdam, 21-22 March. + bitcoin ATM!

I'm working at the Institute of Network Cultures and we are putting together an international conference on Bitcoin and alternative revenues. We're going to have free crowdfunding workshops where people can sign up and also a Bitcoin ATM! If you're interested in such matters, here is the official announcement:
MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives Sprouting New Digital-Economic Forms in Times of Crisis International Conference, Bazaar, Workshops, Art & Performances March 21-22, 2014 Lab111 Arie Biemondstraat 111 Amsterdam
Program: networkcultures.org/moneylab/program-3/conference-sessions/
MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives is a two-day international conference on alternative economic forms and the future of money organized by the Institute of Network Cultures on 21-22 March 2014 at Lab 111 (Arie Biemondstraat 111) in Amsterdam.
The conference brings together top international speakers – researchers, activists, filmmakers, visual artists and performance artists, designers and programmers – to critically probe alternative economic models, payment systems, revenue models and local and digital currencies against the backdrop of the ongoing global economic stagnation. Topics: Bitcoin | Crowdfunding | Mobile Money | Digital Currencies | Local Currencies | Economic Crisis & Activism | Money and Art | Alternative Banking Systems | Monetization | Dismantling Global Finance | Alternative Economies Speakers: Saskia Sassen, Bill Maurer, Franco Berardi, Tiziana Terranova, Eduard de Jong, Aaron Koenig, Brian Holmes, Matthew Slater, Lana Swartz, Beat Weber, Brett Scott, Dadara, Dette Glashouwer, Eli Gothill, Erin Taylor, Inge Ejbye Sørensen, Jamie King, Marijke Hoogenboom, Max Haiven, Quinn du Pont, Ron Peperkamp, Stefan & Ralf Heidenreich, Stephen Musoke, Taylor Nelms
Is crowd funding signalling an cultural shift in art production and artists’ relationships with their audiences. What lessons are to be learned from mobile money payment systems in Africa? What is the future of internet-based currencies like Bitcoin? What are the technical and economic criticisms of Bitcoin, and how can they be fed back into the currency or be used to create others? Is it possible to imagine a future sustainable alternative network-economy? Is an equivalent of money even needed, and what would a non-monetary economy look like? The MoneyLab Alternatives Bazaar complements the conference. The Bazaar presents organizations and initiatives directly involved with alternative revenue models and local currencies such as Qoin, Noppes, Next Nature & Eco Currency, Timebank CC, Peerby, and a Bitcoin ATM. The Alternatives Bazaar provides a platform to network, exchange ideas, and get involved and is open throughout the 22nd of March. Further activities at the event include art performances, a film program, video art installations and workshops.
More information, tickets and updates on the program: www.networkcultures.org/moneylab MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives – 21-22 March 2014 Lab111: Arie Biemondstraat 111 Amsterdam Tickets are € 30,- (regular) and € 15,- (student discount) per day.
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MoneyLab: bitcoin and alternative currencies - international conference in Amsterdam, 21-22 March. + bitcoin ATM!

I'm working at the Institute of Network Cultures and we are putting together an international conference on Bitcoin and alternative revenues. We're going to have free crowdfunding workshops where people can sign up and also a Bitcoin ATM! If you're interested in such matters, here is the official announcement:
MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives Sprouting New Digital-Economic Forms in Times of Crisis International Conference, Bazaar, Workshops, Art & Performances March 21-22, 2014 Lab111 Arie Biemondstraat 111 Amsterdam
Program: networkcultures.org/moneylab/program-3/conference-sessions/
MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives is a two-day international conference on alternative economic forms and the future of money organized by the Institute of Network Cultures on 21-22 March 2014 at Lab 111 (Arie Biemondstraat 111) in Amsterdam.
The conference brings together top international speakers – researchers, activists, filmmakers, visual artists and performance artists, designers and programmers – to critically probe alternative economic models, payment systems, revenue models and local and digital currencies against the backdrop of the ongoing global economic stagnation. Topics: Bitcoin | Crowdfunding | Mobile Money | Digital Currencies | Local Currencies | Economic Crisis & Activism | Money and Art | Alternative Banking Systems | Monetization | Dismantling Global Finance | Alternative Economies Speakers: Saskia Sassen, Bill Maurer, Franco Berardi, Tiziana Terranova, Eduard de Jong, Aaron Koenig, Brian Holmes, Matthew Slater, Lana Swartz, Beat Weber, Brett Scott, Dadara, Dette Glashouwer, Eli Gothill, Erin Taylor, Inge Ejbye Sørensen, Jamie King, Marijke Hoogenboom, Max Haiven, Quinn du Pont, Ron Peperkamp, Stefan & Ralf Heidenreich, Stephen Musoke, Taylor Nelms
Is crowd funding signalling an cultural shift in art production and artists’ relationships with their audiences. What lessons are to be learned from mobile money payment systems in Africa? What is the future of internet-based currencies like Bitcoin? What are the technical and economic criticisms of Bitcoin, and how can they be fed back into the currency or be used to create others? Is it possible to imagine a future sustainable alternative network-economy? Is an equivalent of money even needed, and what would a non-monetary economy look like? The MoneyLab Alternatives Bazaar complements the conference. The Bazaar presents organizations and initiatives directly involved with alternative revenue models and local currencies such as Qoin, Noppes, Next Nature & Eco Currency, Timebank CC, Peerby, and a Bitcoin ATM. The Alternatives Bazaar provides a platform to network, exchange ideas, and get involved and is open throughout the 22nd of March. Further activities at the event include art performances, a film program, video art installations and workshops.
More information, tickets and updates on the program: www.networkcultures.org/moneylab MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives – 21-22 March 2014 Lab111: Arie Biemondstraat 111 Amsterdam Tickets are € 30,- (regular) and € 15,- (student discount) per day.
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MoneyLab: bitcoin and alternative currencies - international conference in Amsterdam, 21-22 March. + bitcoin ATM!

I'm working at the Institute of Network Cultures and we are putting together an international conference on Bitcoin and alternative revenues. We're going to have free crowdfunding workshops where people can sign up and also a Bitcoin ATM! If you're interested in such matters, here is the official announcement:
MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives Sprouting New Digital-Economic Forms in Times of Crisis International Conference, Bazaar, Workshops, Art & Performances March 21-22, 2014 Lab111 Arie Biemondstraat 111 Amsterdam
Program: networkcultures.org/moneylab/program-3/conference-sessions/
MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives is a two-day international conference on alternative economic forms and the future of money organized by the Institute of Network Cultures on 21-22 March 2014 at Lab 111 (Arie Biemondstraat 111) in Amsterdam.
The conference brings together top international speakers – researchers, activists, filmmakers, visual artists and performance artists, designers and programmers – to critically probe alternative economic models, payment systems, revenue models and local and digital currencies against the backdrop of the ongoing global economic stagnation. Topics: Bitcoin | Crowdfunding | Mobile Money | Digital Currencies | Local Currencies | Economic Crisis & Activism | Money and Art | Alternative Banking Systems | Monetization | Dismantling Global Finance | Alternative Economies Speakers: Saskia Sassen, Bill Maurer, Franco Berardi, Tiziana Terranova, Eduard de Jong, Aaron Koenig, Brian Holmes, Matthew Slater, Lana Swartz, Beat Weber, Brett Scott, Dadara, Dette Glashouwer, Eli Gothill, Erin Taylor, Inge Ejbye Sørensen, Jamie King, Marijke Hoogenboom, Max Haiven, Quinn du Pont, Ron Peperkamp, Stefan & Ralf Heidenreich, Stephen Musoke, Taylor Nelms
Is crowd funding signalling an cultural shift in art production and artists’ relationships with their audiences. What lessons are to be learned from mobile money payment systems in Africa? What is the future of internet-based currencies like Bitcoin? What are the technical and economic criticisms of Bitcoin, and how can they be fed back into the currency or be used to create others? Is it possible to imagine a future sustainable alternative network-economy? Is an equivalent of money even needed, and what would a non-monetary economy look like? The MoneyLab Alternatives Bazaar complements the conference. The Bazaar presents organizations and initiatives directly involved with alternative revenue models and local currencies such as Qoin, Noppes, Next Nature & Eco Currency, Timebank CC, Peerby, and a Bitcoin ATM. The Alternatives Bazaar provides a platform to network, exchange ideas, and get involved and is open throughout the 22nd of March. Further activities at the event include art performances, a film program, video art installations and workshops.
More information, tickets and updates on the program: www.networkcultures.org/moneylab MoneyLab: Coining Alternatives – 21-22 March 2014 Lab111: Arie Biemondstraat 111 Amsterdam Tickets are € 30,- (regular) and € 15,- (student discount) per day.
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