Ethereum Classic is an open, decentralized, and permissionless public blockchain, that aims to fulfill the original promise of Ethereum, as a platform where smart contracts are free from third-party interference. ETC prioritizes trust-minimization, network security, and integrity. All network upgrades are non-contentious with the aim to fix critical issues or to add value with newly proposed features; never to create new tokens, or to bail out flawed smart contracts and their interest groups.
Usually, bull markets attract a lot of new investors - although speculators should be the right word here - and as usual, a lot of them are going to be crushed a way or another. First, before putting a single dollar, euro or whatever in the market, you should read a lot to know exactly what you're looking for. Are you here for the tech and/or the cypherpunk ethos ? Great, there's lot of resources out there (my links are cleaned but as always, do your due diligence) :
The Bitcoin Whitepaper, the one and only : bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf Since I'm linking to bitcoin.org, friendly reminder to avoid bitcoin.com, owned by a former supporter now con-artist Roger Ver.
Andreas Antonopoulos website : https://aantonop.com Andreas is one of best guys able to educate on bitcoin and its properties, for free, which helps.
Jameson Lopp website : lopp.net Jameson is a member of Bitcoin Core, cypherpunk, also able to educate a lot. His website is full of free resources and other links. You'll have a lot to read.
Hal Finney : he's unfortunately dead but I would advise to read about Hal Finney, the first to receive bitcoin Satoshi. A great cryptographer, the inventor of the first reusable PoW and one of the first bitcoin supporters. You'll be able to find his messages on this old forum Bitcoin Talk, by the way you'll be able to find the first chats about bitcoin on this forum bitcointalk.org
Monero website : getmonero.org Yep, I know it's gonna be controversial to post an altcoin link but personally, I think that Monero (aka XMR) is the only other coin with a big cypherpunk community, decentralized, and able to help newcomers with a great sense of responsibility, since the ethos here is to save privacy.
What Bitcoin Did : of course, Peter is controversial but I love him and I find his former blog and his podcasts very needed because he doesn't oversell himself. Pete knows that he's not a tech guy (like many of us) and just wants to spread the word, I think he does a good job with this.
Now, you've read and you want to put some skin in the game. Several exchanges are acceptable, a lot of aren't, be careful and assume that none really are (know that I won't post any ref links) :
to me, the best, although it's UI is quite old : Kraken €/$/pound/swiss franc on-off ramp
Coinbase and Coinbase Pro Difficult not to mention Coinbase, although I can't stand Brian Armstrong and the way they are doing their best to support scams currently. You should rather use Coinbase Pro if you have to since the fees are much lower.
Binance Binance came later than the previous ones but has managed to take most of the market. Now, you should remember what I said about being careful.
Huobi The biggest chinese exchange and they work closely with chinese official. Again, careful.
Bittrex Once at the top, now somewhere in the limbs.
A lot of new comers came recently like btse, ftx, feel free to try them while always keeping in mind that once your money is on exchanges, it's not yours anymore.
This was for centralized exchanges aka CEX. Talking about custodial, you'll need wallets to store your (bit)coins. Always try to use non-custodial wallets, which means wallets that give you your private keys. This way, if the software goes down, you can always retreive your money. Now, I won't link to all the existing wallets but will advise you to buy hardware wallets (trezor or ledger but there are others) or to create (on off-gap computers) paper wallets you're able to store safely (against all risks, not only robbery but housefire). You also could use your memory with brain wallets but, my gosh, I wouldn't trust myself. For Bitcoin (or even Litecoin), Electrum software can do a good job (but save your keys). AGAIN, DON'T KEEP YOUR SAVINGS ON AN EXCHANGE Now, about trading : it's been repeated and repeated but don't chase pumps and altcoins. Yep, it's probably the fastest way to make money. It's also the fastest to lose it. I won't lie : I made good money during the 2017-bullrun and I took profits but I also forgot to sell some shitcoins thinking it would keep going up, now I'm still holding these bags (although I don't really care). I know that a lot forgot to take profits. Take profits, always take profits, whatever your strategy is. Don't fall for people trying to sell you their bags, for ICOs trying to sell you a product which isn't released yet and obviously, don't fall for people asking for your private key. Also, know that there's two endgames : accumulating bitcoin or fiat. I'm rather in the first team but whatever your strategy is, take profits. (Yes, I know, some will say accumulating ethereum or something else). It's true that a lot of ethereum holders made a lot of money during the last bullrun (ethereum helped me make money too) but I'm really biased in favor of bitcoin (and monero). So, pick your coin but again, do your due diligence. A lot of people here or there will talk about the best tech, the fact that bitcoin is old and slow. I would need another post to go further on this point but know that a lof of air flight systems are old too but reliable. Trustless and reliable is the point here. This is the post from someone who bought bitcoin seven or six years ago, who lost part of them, who spent part of them (but don't regret this at all), who is still learning and I hope it will help others, although it would need a book to be complete.
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Native Custom Tokens in the Extended UTXO Model : User-defined tokens—both fungible ERC-20 and non-fungible ERC-721 tokens—are central to the majority of contracts deployed on Ethereum. User-defined tokens arenon-native on Ethereum; i.e., they are not directly supported by the ledger, but require custom code. This makes them unnecessarily inefficient, expensive, and complex. On Ethereum, ERC-20 and ERC-721 tokens are fundamentally different from the native crypto-currency, Ether, in that their creation and use always involves user-defined custom code — they are not directly supported by the underlying ledger, and hence are non-native. This makes them unnecessarily inefficient, expensive, and complex. Although the ledger already includes facilities to manage and maintain a currency, this functionality is replicated in interpreted user-level code,which is inherently less efficient. Moreover, the execution of user-code needs to be paid for (in gas), which leads to significant costs. Finally, the ERC-20 and ERC-721 token code gets replicated and adapted, instead of being part of the system, which complicates the creation and use of tokens and leaves room for human error... The alternative to user-level token code is a ledger that supports native tokens. In other words, a ledger that directly supports (1) the creation of new user-defined token or asset types, (2) the forging of those tokens, and (3) the transfer of custom token ownership between multiple participants.
UTXOma: UTXO with Multi-Asset Support : A prominent use case of Ethereum smart contracts is the creation of a wide range of user-defined tokens or assets by way of smart contracts. User-defined assets are non-native on Ethereum; i.e., they are not directly supported by the ledger, but require repetitive custom code. This makes them unnecessarily inefficient, expensive, and complex. It also makes them insecure as numerous incidents on Ethereum have demonstrated .
Make summaries of research papers for devs/users and videos from Shelley summit, put them on iohk.io/blog (just like you did for Hydraand Ourobors)
Clean up github repositories, docs, and avoid information duplication and outdated info to make it easy for learning and also for accountability
Explain clearly and transparently to the devs (current and future) what's IOHK/Emurgo building right now to avoid overlaps. For example, I just watched Project Atlas video again where it is stated that this is gonna be a "DApps store" while Charles clearly stated during his AMAs that he sees Daedalus as a DApps store:
With Atlas all users can:
Explore the blockchain
Cast ballots and vote.
Interact with the light wallet.
I recommend to watch video on Goguen (see below) because it tells you basically what kind of devs are they looking for, just skip from slide to slide to speed up the process. "The key elements of Goguen and the high-level deployment plan for the rest of 2020. Goguen represents the next major roll out of functionality for the Cardano ecosystem, bringing multi-asset standards and smart contracts. Shelley is laying the ground work to establish a robust, decentralized network, powered by stake pools and delegation. Targeting Q4 2020, Goguen will start to empower developers and app builders to create further value and utility on Cardano, to drive further adoption. Our bespoke languages Plutus and Marlowe make it easy to create secure smart contracts, without extensive blockchain knowledge. Goguen will enable you to:
Build decentralized applications, smart contracts and new businesses
Define, forge, and transfer new assets on the Cardano blockchain
This is basically a long TL;DR version ;)! It's important to see what others are doing (like Ethereum), what's missing on our side, what community is thinking and how to engage them and how to get more people into our ecosystem. So, today, if you ask me: "can you easily start building on Cardano today"? The answer is definitely maybe. Anyway, let me know your comments or your TL;DR version :-)!
Ben Chan, former BitGo CTO & WBTC architect, has joined #Chainlink Labs as VP of Engineering. He will enable the engineering team to scale the Chainlink Network's security. Learn more about @bencxr & his role in the recent fireside chat with @SergeyNazarov.
We’re thrilled to award a research grant to @giuliacfanti of @CarnegieMellon, who will be actively collaborating with the Chainlink Labs research team on fair transaction ordering and scalable networking improvements to further scale Chainlink.
Low/no-code DeFi platform @dfinance_co will integrate Chainlink to empower users to create more expansive dApps using real-world data. They lower the barrier to DeFi development by abstracting financial product creation & enabling external connections.
DeFi options platform @fin_nexus has integrated Chainlink price feeds to bring real-time pricing data to manage their liquidity pool for their new decentralized FinNexus Protocol for Options (FPO) platform.
Decentralized cloud platform @akashnet_ selects Chainlink data feeds to calculate prices for their computational services. Chainlink price oracles are critical for setting fair market exchange rates as Akash expands to multi-currency settlement options.
Leading blockchain-based encyclopedia @Everipedia is running their own Chainlink Node to provide access to signed @AP data on-chain, enabling developers to build new smart contracts around verifiable US election results.
Chainlink Price Feeds are on-chain reference contracts that enable the retrieval of consistently updated asset prices in real-time. Learn more about how they're maintained by a decentralized data model, fed by multiple independent node operators.
In our latest DeFi Series article, we examine yield farming & its potential benefits as a new financial primitive for DeFi, particularly its ability to bootstrap a dApp's liquidity & community. We also look at how Chainlink is used within yield farming.
Smart contracts can use #Chainlink to easily update and receive data that requires extensive authentication like OAuth or API keys. In our latest technical tutorial, we walk through an example using the Reddit External Adapter.
Learn how to deploy your first Smart Contract with Chainlink. We've created a step-by-step walkthrough that enables anyone to create a Chainlinked contract, deploy it to a testnet, and use it to consume off-chain data from an oracle. Try it now.
Rewatch our virtual meetup with IC3’s Mahimna Kelkar, a PhD student in Computer Science at Cornell University advised by Ari Juels. In this presentation, Mahimna talks about how the underlying consensus problem that drives blockchains has been well studied in cryptography and distributed systems literature for the past four decades. Mahimna motivates a third consensus property, transaction order-fairness, to rectify the ordering problem. He introduces a new class of consensus protocols that can achieve it in addition to the usual consistency and liveness properties. Finally, he comments on how order-fairness has the potential to make decentralized finance more intrinsically fair, especially to ordinary users.
Do you speak Spanish? Then come re-watch our live virtual meetup with Aave’s engineer, Pablo Candela as he presents about flash loans, Aave’s new decentralized governance, and their roadmap for future development.
The Gods Unchained DeFi Challenge – ETH prizes for the top 5 ideas!
You! Yes, you! We want you to open that big brain and share your ideas around Gods Unchained assets, DeFi and the wider crypto space! Submit your entry before September 26th, 2020 for your chance to win a slice of $3,000 USD in ETH alongside Genesis Chests. We’re constantly looking for new ways to give more utility to our in-game assets and thus power to the users that wield them – it’s why Gods Unchained exists. We’ve got plenty in the works in this space – with a new season and our game-changing exchange on the way – but what better way to put the power in your hands than to hear the interesting ideas you have around blockchain assets and the Ethereum ecosystem (and maybe even have some funded in the future 😉)? Gods Unchained is built to change the way in-game assets are viewed forever – a huge goal, sure – but your input could help bring this closer to reality.
We’re looking for creative ways for Gods Unchained items to be used in the DeFi or wider crypto space. The Ethereum network is constantly presenting exciting new ways to use assets, and we’re interested in how you’d use Gods Unchained assets to capitalize on the growing potential of DeFi. We’re not looking for fully laid out plans, simply proposals of what you think would work, be cool, or add to the current Ethereum ecosystem. Your proposal can be deep and technical (if that’s how you work) or simply a great idea written down in 1–2 pages that unlocks the blockchain’s full potential. What we’d like to see from your proposal is a clarity around the following:
What’s your idea?
What problem is it solving?
Why is your idea valuable?
How would it work? (To put it another way: how do you think it might work? Broad terms are fine, no need to go full white paper on us).
Submissions will be judged based on their potential value for Gods Unchained and our community, as well as on their originality, and feasibility.
Challenge Champion: $1,000 USD worth of ETH + 2 x Genesis Legendary Chests (1 available). This goes to the best entry to emerge from the challenge. There can only be one champ, and that champ could be you!
Big-Brain Bonus Prizes: $500 worth of ETH + 1 x Genesis Rare Chest (4 available). This is for those ideas that are so. damn. good. But just fall short of being the champ. All big-brain entries deserve a prize, but only the top four can get them.
This competition will be judged by an internal panel of Immutable judges led by our Chief Technology Officer: Alex Connolly.
How to Enter:
Entry is a two step process:
Publish your proposal in a public forum online. We suggest creating your own thread in GodsUnchained.
HOT TIP: Given you can make amendments up until the cutoff, we'd recommend hustling feedback from other users to increase your chances of being chosen. Many brains make light work... uh, that’s a saying, right?
To enter this competition, you will need to submit a proposal on potential tools and applications which utilize Gods Unchained assets, related to DeFi or the wider crypto space.
You are welcome to submit more than one proposal.
Your proposal can be deep and technical, or just a great idea using the blockchain to its fullest potential!
You do not have to build the tool, but you can choose to if you wish.
The Index Coop is a collective aimed at creating and maintaining the best crypto indices on the market. As the first flagship product, Index has created the DeFi Pulse Index that provides broad DeFi exposure for its users by holding one token, with the intention of creating more indices in the future. More info can be found Website, Handbook, Medium blog Twitter You can chat with us on discord or join in the governance discussions in our forum This subreddit is for questions about the coop, our products and our future direction. If you would like to get deeper involved in the community please join the discourse and forums and introduce yourself. Our first product is $DPI an ERC20 asset based on Ethereum which represents ownership of 11 key tokens within DeFi (Maker, Aave, SNX, UNI, YFI, COMP, REN, LRC, KNC, BAL and REP) For more info on index funds and crypto index funds, you can have a look at my personal blog
The Network whitepaper is in peer review, the first round of audits for Data Unions 2.0 is complete, a major refactor of the JS Client is in progress, and more — follow the latest tech stack news in the Streamr dev update!
The network whitepaper is proceeding through peer review at IEEE
New storage node and Cassandra cluster is up and running
First round of audits complete for the Data Union 2.0 smart contracts
Major refactor of the JS Client in progress
Network cadCAD models are working with realistic random topologies.
The Data Union 2.0 smart contracts have now gone through the first round of security audit with no major findings. We’re fixing some minor recommendations made by the auditors, after which they will check our fixes, and the audit will be complete.
Core & Client Development
The JS client is being updated to the Data Union 2.0 era. It won’t become the official release (latest tag) until 2.0 is officially launched late this year, but it is available on npm as an alpha build for builders to start trying it out. The frontend team is busy preparing the Core UI for the transition from account API keys to Ethereum private keys. This transition is an important prerequisite for the progressive decentralization of the creation and management of streams on the Network. The Network whitepaper received positive feedback during the peer review process by IEEE. That review is ongoing, with some requests for new information that we’re following up on. The exciting takeaway here is that our results and findings were not challenged during this review, giving us even more confidence in our network design. The network team made improvements to the WebRTC implementation to reduce message latency. While certainly more complex, WebRTC has the added benefit of having mechanisms to work around firewalls and NATs, thereby increasing the chance of successful peer-to-peer connections. Our collaboration with BlockScience continues. We are nearing the completion of the cadCAD modelling phase, before diving into the incentivisation modelling. Essentially, we’re developing a digital twin of the network, to be able to simulate how various parameters affect the network’s performance and security. The models are generating realistic random topologies and we are expanding them to include the message passing level. The next step is to simulate ten nodes with realistic rules and define stakeholder KPIs.
Deprecations and breaking changes
A number of API endpoints need to be retired and replaced to be compatible with our vision of decentralization. This section summarises deprecated features and upcoming breaking changes. Items marked ‘Date TBD’ will be happening in the medium term, but a date has not yet been set.
The API endpoints for explicitly deleting data have been removed. Going forward, storage nodes will expire old data based on the data retention period set on the stream.
(Date TBD): Support for email/password authentication will be dropped. Users need to connect an Ethereum wallet to their Streamr user unless they’ve already done so. As part of our progress towards decentralization, we will end support for authenticating based on centralized secrets such as passwords. Going forward, authenticating with cryptographic keys/wallets will be the only supported method of authentication.
(Date TBD): Support for API keys will be dropped. Applications integrating to the API should authenticate with the Ethereum key-based challenge-response protocol instead of API keys. As part of our progress towards decentralization, we will eventually end support for authenticating based on centralized secrets such as API keys. Going forward, authenticating with cryptographic keys/wallets will be the only supported method of authentication.
(Date TBD): Support for unsigned data will be dropped. Unsigned data on the network is not compatible with the goal of decentralization, because malicious nodes can tamper with data that is not signed. As the Streamr Network will be ready to start decentralizing at the next major milestone (Brubeck), support for unsigned data will be ceased as part of the progress towards that milestone. Users should upgrade old client library versions to newer versions that support data signing, and use Ethereum key-based authentication (see above).
Thanks for reading! If you’re a developer interested in contributing to the Streamr ecosystem, consider applying to the Streamr Data Fund for financial backing to fast track your plans. Originally published By Matthew atblog.streamr.networkon October 15, 2020.
The payouts are small but over time they add up to a good chunk, enough to challenge those who still believe that “there is no such thing as a free lunch.” The crypto industry has created many opportunities for individuals to realize their dreams of financial freedom, but it’s worth pointing out that, whatever you find out there, if it looks too good to be true probably is.
A faucet is usually a website or app that offers the user a small amount of crypto in exchange for performing a task. Most of the time the task required is completing a simple captcha, but it can also be watching an ad or playing minigames. A faucet makes money via the ads on its platform, and shares some of the revenue with its users in the form of cryptocurrency. There is a timer, however, you can’t reclaim money from the faucet every minute, and also a minimum withdrawal requirement, meaning that you will only be able to reclaim the free Ethereum to your wallet after a certain amount. Ethereum faucets won’t offer a huge flow of value but patiently, drop by drop, you can earn a sizable amount.
Put simply airdrops are giveaways, the definition of free money. So why would someone do something like that? Let’s imagine a new crypto project is looking to launch their own token and fund their operations through an initial coin offering (ICO) or another fund raising mechanism. One good way projects use to get the word out there and build a community is to giveaway a portion of their tokens in an airdrop. It is important to note that airdrops won’t earn you Ethereum directly. The good news is that the majority of tokens use the Ethereum blockchain (ERC-20) and can be kept in your ETH wallet and easily sold for some free Ethereum once listed on exchanges. There are various platforms out there where one can track the latest airdrops.
Bounty campaigns are a tool used by new crypto projects to help them get some initial traction and online buzz. The participants are required to do simple tasks such as leaving a like, comment, or sharing social media posts from a certain crypto project. The most used social media platforms are Facebook, Telegram, and Twitter and the rewards are proportional to how big of a following you have on these platforms. Other common tasks include translation work, creating your own blog post and/or video content, and signature campaigns on the Bitcointalk forum, where most recent bounties appear. Once the bounty campaign comes to a halt, the newly minted tokens are distributed throughout the participants of the bounty campaign. As most new tokens are ERC20 tokens, they can easily be exchanged for some free Ethereum once listed on exchanges
Work for Ethereum
Yes, I know what you are thinking. Is it free Ethereum if we still have to work for it? No, but the upside is that it can pay way better than the other alternatives listed. The diversity of jobs offered is the same as other freelancing platforms with the difference that the jobs are paid in cryptocurrency, in this case ether. If you have some skills in design, writing, or coding (just to name a few) it might be wise to take a look at cryptogrind or XBTFreelancer. Reaching out to crypto businesses directly may also do the trick, as some are always looking for talent to help them out. Even if most don’t reply or turn you down, companies are now more than ever seeking talent in the crypto and blockchain space, so keep trying.
Referral Links for Crypto Exchanges
This one is good for those out there with friends that are also crypto savvy. Various exchanges offer affiliate programs where you get paid out for inviting your friends and colleagues onto their platform. Exchanges like Coinbase offer a one time payment when a new person joins their platform while others like Cryptmixer, for example, gives its members an impressive 50% of the revenue from the new clients they bring in. You can also use their exchange to swap the Bitcoin you receive to Ether, making it a great way to earn ETH.
The Bottom Line
Some methods involve a lot of work, others don’t require much of anything. Some you need to already own Ethereum, while others allow you to start from zero (although the payout is considerably smaller). Crypto has made value accessible to anyone with an internet connection, so choose the one method that best fits your needs and skills and you will be carving out your own space in the cryptosphere, starting with some free Ethereum.
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