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Wikipedia Guidance for Editors: "Cryptos and bitcoins and blockchains, oh no!"

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Wikipedia Signpost: Crypto and bitcoins and blockchains, oh no!

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Richard Heart Livestream - David Gerard, famous Bitcoin hater, nocoiner, author and wikipedia editor against blockchains & BTC.

Richard Heart Livestream - David Gerard, famous Bitcoin hater, nocoiner, author and wikipedia editor against blockchains & BTC. submitted by Compounding_Interest to HEXcrypto [link] [comments]

Wikipedia:Wikipedia Signpost/2020-01-27/In focus: Cryptos and bitcoins and blockchains, oh no!

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Richard Heart - David Gerard, famous Bitcoin hater, nocoiner, author and wikipedia editor against blockchains & BTC.

Richard Heart - David Gerard, famous Bitcoin hater, nocoiner, author and wikipedia editor against blockchains & BTC. submitted by Yanlii to cryptovideos [link] [comments]

Wikipedia Signpost: Crypto and bitcoins and blockchains, oh no!

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Jon Matonis: "There is a Wikipedia edit war now going on to remove terms "permissionless" and "bitcoin" from the blockchain entry"

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According to the long standing definition of 'blockchain' on Wikipedia, Bitcoin Cash is the main chain and BlockStream's SegWit coin is an orphan chain which will most likely never be the main chain because it is 1236 blocks behind (and counting)

According to the long standing definition of 'blockchain' on Wikipedia, Bitcoin Cash is the main chain and BlockStream's SegWit coin is an orphan chain which will most likely never be the main chain because it is 1236 blocks behind (and counting) submitted by n9jd34x04l151ho4 to btc [link] [comments]

Wikipedia’s Jimmy Wales Passes On Cryptocurrency, ICO #blockchain #bitcoin #btc EOS https://t.co/NqIknz6cNq - Crypto Insider Info - Whales's

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Wikipedia Says ‘No’ To ICOs—Jimmy Wales Sticks With Bitcoin #cryptocurrency #blockchain #bitcoin… https://t.co/Wz7mnouZZ3 - Crypto Insider Info - Whales's

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Another stupid use of blockchain? Baidu's 'Wikipedia' Now Logs Revisions on a Blockchain /r/Bitcoin

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Caution! BitcoinWiki is an online encyclopedia all about the cryptoworld, built on the principles of Wikipedia. Here you will find information about blockchain, bitcoin, altcoins, exchanges, wallets, projects based on blockchain technology, and different ICOs.

Caution! BitcoinWiki is an online encyclopedia all about the cryptoworld, built on the principles of Wikipedia. Here you will find information about blockchain, bitcoin, altcoins, exchanges, wallets, projects based on blockchain technology, and different ICOs. submitted by scgco to GGCrypto [link] [comments]

BitcoinWiki is an online encyclopedia all about the cryptoworld, built on the principles of Wikipedia. Here you will find information about blockchain, bitcoin, altcoins, exchanges, wallets, projects based on blockchain technology, and different ICOs. r/CryptoCurrency

BitcoinWiki is an online encyclopedia all about the cryptoworld, built on the principles of Wikipedia. Here you will find information about blockchain, bitcoin, altcoins, exchanges, wallets, projects based on blockchain technology, and different ICOs. CryptoCurrency submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

South Korean Crypto Crackdown / Wikipedia Rival On EOS? / Blockchain.info Now Supports Bitcoin Cash

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South Korean Crypto Crackdown / Wikipedia Rival On EOS? / Blockchain.info Now Supports Bitcoin Cash

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The Cryptoverse - South Korean Crypto Crackdown / Wikipedia Rival On EOS? / Blockchain.info Now Supports Bitcoin Cash

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Jon Matonis: "There is a Wikipedia edit war now going on to remove terms "permissionless" and "bitcoin" from the blockchain entry" (X-post).

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"It says its powered by blockchain. Wait, let me google what that is" (proceeds to Wikipedia and reads out the full entry) /r/Bitcoin

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According to the long standing definition of 'blockchain' on Wikipedia, Bitcoin Cash is the main chain and BlockStream's SegWit coin is an orphan chain which will most likely never be the main chain because it is 1236 blocks behind (and counting)

According to the long standing definition of 'blockchain' on Wikipedia, Bitcoin Cash is the main chain and BlockStream's SegWit coin is an orphan chain which will most likely never be the main chain because it is 1236 blocks behind (and counting) submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Jon Matonis: "There is a Wikipedia edit war now going on to remove terms "permissionless" and "bitcoin" from the blockchain entry"

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Jon Matonis: "There is a Wikipedia edit war now going on to remove terms "permissionless" and "bitcoin" from the blockchain entry

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[Twitter/Clubhouse/News Media?] Silicon Valley v The New York Times: Overpriced Suitcases, Insta Stories, Insular Apps and Bitcoin Bounties

Background:
What is Clubhouse?
You know all those stories of people interrupting Zoom calls by spamming the link and getting in? What if that, as a business model. It is still in private beta, has only 1500 users and yet somehow venture capitalists have $12 million invested at a $100 milion dollar valuation in this.
What is Away?
Hardcover suitcases that cost $225 and above. Hipsters seem to like it. "The brand is more than just luggage. It’s about travel." It is treated like a tech company by VCs for some godforsaken reason (it has raised $100 million at a $1.4 billion valuation), and the CEO uses a lot of Lean In rhetoric (female led, inclusive etc.)
How New York Times?
The New York Times has hired a reporter, Taylor Lorenz, specifically for "Internet Culture" i.e. HobbyDrama reporting. (No, seriously, look at the stories she gets to write. For the NYT!)
Pre-Drama Events:
In December 2019, an elaborate investigation was posted by The Verge (not the NYT, important) about the toxic work culture at Away, with the CEO, Steph Corey, calling workers brain dead and firing someone based on chat in an internal private Slack channel called #Hot-Topics "filled with LGBTQ folks and people of color" (from article).
Korey stepped down as CEO in December, with another CEO to be selected. She came back as co-CEO in January because she 'should not have fallen on the sword.'
Course of the Drama:
June 30/July 1: On an Instagram AMA, returned co-CEO Korey answered a question about "women being targeted by the media" (I presume the AMA went in that direction) by talking about media having an incentive to clickbait in the social media era that and women (like her) were targeted because women are supposed to be motherly, ambitious women like Hillary are targeted by the media, some millennial women who work in the media forgo their ethics to advance their career because old media ethics are being eroded.
The Verge investigation was done by Zoë Schiffer, a “millennial woman.”
Incensed by this, Lorenz posts the IG pics on twitter (previous link from her) and speculates that this AMA exists because of a piece on the disgracing of the “girlboss” stereotype. To recap, neither the original story, nor the Atlantic op-ed were written by her.
Techbros start sharing the same pics of the AMA as a balanced perspective.
Until this point, #bothsides, let them fight, etc.
Enter Balaji Srinivasan. Here is a pompous bio.
He starts attacking Lorenz (again, not the writer of any of the stories). Lorenz says the guy has been obsessively attacking her for quite some time on Clubhouse gussied up public Webex calls (in tweets after the linked tweet).
Then anti-Lorenz sockpuppet accounts start being created to attack her.
An elaborate website is linked by the accounts, specifically to attack her. (Click the link, it is deranged as all hell.)
Taylor asks Ben Horowitz (of multi-billion dollar Andreessen Horowitz, where Balaji has worked before) to get him to stop. Gets blocked.
Then the Andreessen Horowitz batch have a conversation on Clubhouse Discord without texting with Lorenz. After Taylor leaves, (this part leaked to Vice, so you can go listen) Ben Horowitz’ wife, Felicia says that Taylor is playing the “woman card to defend herself.” Balaji implies that she may be “afraid of a brown man.”
And then the conversations ascend:
”the entire tech press was complicit in covering up the threat of COVID-19,”
relying on the press is “outsourcing your information supply chain to folks who are disaligned with you,”
”Media corporations are not the free press, any more than chain restaurants are food “
“why does press have a right to investigate private companies, let the market decide, I don’t understand who gives them that right” (Note: Probably from another conversation by some CEO)
Also something about Github, VC funding and Blockchains being a better model for journalism. (Bitconeeeect!!)
Then Vice reports on it.
Tech media rallies around Taylor [retweets on her twitter]. Glenn Greenwald pokes his nose and says otherwise, because Greenwald.
VCs support their own (along with MC Hammer?? because he’s also on Clubhouse the conference calls you join “for fun” app? So is Oprah???), with opinions like
I’ve never met a VC more powerful than a journalist. One can block me from accessing capital. The other has controlled the narrative / perception of my entire race for decades.
And other nuclear fucking takes retweeted by Felicia Horowitz
And Balaji?
When reached for comment, Balaji claims recording it was illegal (which, idk, haven’t seen the Terms of Service, only 1500 people can use Clubhouse the Twitch app, but you don’t have video and chat has audio)
And then he announces a $1000 bounty for memes and analysis of this event.
(paid in Bitcoin, obviously, this whole scenario is a damn meme)
This gets the creator of Ruby on Rails/Basecamp to defect to the media’s side
Aftermath? (This is a current story):
VCs (like Paul Graham) declare that the media hates them because they are losing power
Media Twitter decides VC Twitter is trying to reanimate the corpse of #GamerGate
Steph Korey, the instigator of this spiraling nonsense? Away says she has decided to step down (redux) because an employee revolt over her IG post.
(Recap: Away sells hardcases to hypebeasts. They are worth a billion because of VCs)
Balaji, rich VC guy, has memes on his timeline?
[Elon Musk has not weighed in yet, if you are curious]
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Bitcoin - Wikipedia - An Overview How to donate to Wikipedia using bitcoin I Started the Silk Road Wikipedia Page (Because Bitcoin) – Ryan Singer The Of Bitcoin - Wikipedia What is Blockchain ? - Explained (BEST ANIMATION)

Credit: Everipedia. Everipedia today announced Wikipedia co-founder Dr. Larry Sanger would be joining the company as it prepares to bring its online encyclopedia to the blockchain.. Blockchain is best known as the technology that Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other cryptocurrencies run on, but its applications go far beyond simply making the Winklevoss twins rich. While the block in the example above is being used to store a single purchase from Amazon, the reality is a little different. A single block on the Bitcoin blockchain can actually store up to 1 MB of data. A block chain is a transaction database shared by all nodes participating in a system based on the Bitcoin protocol. A full copy of a currency's block chain contains every transaction ever executed in the currency. With this information, one can find out how much value belonged to each address at any point in history.. Every block contains a hash of the previous block. Blockchain.com is the most popular place to securely buy, store, and trade Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other top cryptocurrencies. Blockchain is a cryptographically secured, time-stamped, public and distributed database of every bitcoin transaction that has ever occurred on the network. "Distributed" here means that the information in the blockchain is broadcast to and recorded by every node in the network. There is no one central database.

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Bitcoin - Wikipedia - An Overview

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