Habits Of Highly Effective HODLers

[ad_1] As the title suggests, I’ll go over what I believe makes a good Bitcoiner with the hope of persuading you that being a HODLer is actually an important job that entails certain responsibilities. The outline roughly will be: The philosophical prerequisites of the HODLer’s mindset Impediments to adopting a personal bitcoin standard Practical takeaways Let’s go. We have an important role as Bitcoiners to always be orange-pilling, but to do so in a way that’s constructive, and that means being sensitive to the reality that not everyone is ready…

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Three Ethereum Testnets Are Transitioning to the Highly Anticipated London Upgrade – Technology Bitcoin News

[ad_1] According to a blog post on the Ethereum Foundation’s website, three Ethereum testnets leveraging the London hard fork will go live during the next few weeks. Ethereum core developer Tim Beiko explained last Friday that the “upgrade will first go live on Ropsten, at block 10499401, which is expected to happen around June 24, 2021.” London Upgrade Begins to Root With Testnet Implementations Slated to Launch Three Ethereum testnets will see the London upgrade applied in the near future which shows progress is being made toward implementing the new…

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‘Wild west’ as developers MacGyver highly popular NFTs on Cardano

[ad_1] Despite not yet having functional smart contracts on the layer-one, intrepid Cardano developers have recently hacked together methods to mint bootleg nonfungible tokens. These experiments in hosting unique data on the blockchain are reminiscent of the pre ERC-721 standard era for Ethereum — and, what’s more, so far they’ve proven to be enormously popular with token drops routinely selling out.  In a post on Reddit today, ADA Technology Management (ATM), a staking pool operator for Cardano, revealed what they claimed to be two NFT images they’d minted on the…

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