2021.12.05 07:53 Remarkable_Bed_5598 Old vs new
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2021.12.05 07:53 Markeee2619 Everyone Needs This One Person In Your Life!
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2021.12.05 07:53 Eggtonshon smol child from utopia
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2021.12.05 07:53 R08_official Happy sunday folks :) 2 new Mandallions on auction!
2 new Mandallions on auction (CNFT lnks below) right now. Hope you like them. If so please don't hesitate upvote and feel free to comment :)
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2021.12.05 07:53 vodreliux Likes and dislikes in a video
2021.12.05 07:53 Dazzling_Silver_9033 MetaMine
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2021.12.05 07:53 SiragElMansy Excludes Groups while intercepting notification
I'm trying to intercept my WhatsApp notification using Auto Notification, but I only want to intercept private message only ( which had a category name called Message notifications ) I tried to filter using this name but I only got 1 chat data instead of the rest of unread chats. So if i have 5 unread chats, using this category name in filter will result in intercepting only 1 chat. Can anyone help please!!
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2021.12.05 07:53 ICanNotEvenBanana IOTAs new Assembly network is the missing piece for Metaverse and Web3
Credit to Linus_Naumann for writing this post, originally posted in the IOTA sub. I found it interesting and wanted to share it here:
The internet is changing. What at first sight appears to be a bunch of disconnected buzzwords and developments recently flying through the digital space is a single, huge digital revolution taking off as you read this.
The talk is about the Web3 with its credo “read, write and OWN”. It is about new ways to organize people in DAOs (decentralized, autonomous organizations). And it is about the expansion of our digital experience into the physical world via virtual and augmented reality, called the Metaverse.
All these developments point in the same direction: They all drastically deepen our digital experience and progressively blur the lines between the digital and the physical world. In the future we will own our own data and digital identities, organize in democratic digital societies independent of which state we live in and we will share digital assets and money without any middlemen or centralized banks.
In short: what we are witnessing is the fourth industrial revolution.
But there´s a hook: All these developments require distributed ledger technologies (DLTs) that are much more powerful than any network running today.
Technologies today are not advanced enough to enable a fully realized Web3 and Metaverse. High fees, low throughput and low composability between protocols are major, unresolved roadblocks.
As of today, there is not a single DLT that would be able to handle the fourth industrial revolution. We are talking millions of tps, fully dynamic and seamless transactions between protocols of a myriad of digital assets – from crypto-currencies, NFTs, tokenized assets, digital identities and many more – all running in parallel on multi-asset networks and with great user experience.
The problem here is the monolithic “one-chain-fits-all” dogma that is still going viral within the cryptocurrency space. People still try to run EVERY smart contract inside one single blockchain (like Ethereum, Cardano or Solana) and therefore inescapably run into unbearable fees and clogged networks, even at comparatively tiny global usage. Developers try to fight their way out by deploying layer 2 solutions on top of these monolithic chains, still not questioning the fundamental dogma. In consequence, many already run into the same problems: If everyone would use one of these L2´s they would quickly be clogged and plagued by exploding fees too. To make things worse, smart contracts that run in different L2´s cannot call upon each other´s output anymore, which destroys one of the fundamental pillars of rapid progress: composability (“Lego-like” building of complex programs).
IOTA fixes that
IOTA is famous for its daring technological concepts, from feeless transactions to its fundamental data-structure (a DAG, not a blockchain). Recently, the IOTA Foundation revealed their solution for near infinitely scalable and interoperable scaling solutions: The IOTA smart contract protocol (ISCP) and the Assembly network.
IOTAs core idea is to put its smart contracts not inside the base-layer, like Ethereum and others do, but fully on the second layer with individual IOTA smart contract chains. Each smart contract chain is in every regard its very own blockchain, with its own validators that only process their own, internal smart contracts. No need to worry anymore about every little crypto-kitty dApp and smart neighborhood in La Ligula, Chile, eating up very limited shared blockchain throughput and thereby raising fees. IOTA smart contract chains can control addresses on the shared base-layer, IOTAs Tangle, to create and send around cryptocurrencies (plural!), NFTs, custom coins and digital identities. All these digital assets can run in parallel on IOTAs multi-asset ledger. Other smart contracts can them pick up and use them inside their own smart contract chain ecosystem. A multiverse of interconnected ecosystems appears, all connected by a feeless connective tissue: IOTAs Tangle.
The upsides of this approach are obvious:
Official Assembly info-graphic
Up until now, a major piece in making IOTA smart contracts fit to support the digital revolution was missing: The validators needed to be chosen by the smart contract creators, effectively allowing only centralized smart contracts.
However, the IOTA foundation just published its solution for both horizontally scaling AND decentralized smart contracts: the Assembly network ($ASMB).
This network acts as a validator marketplace. Smart contract validators (= node owners) can join the Assembly network and work up their reputation by offering a high stake as well as providing a history of good behavior.
A smart contract owner that wants to let their code run decentralized can ask the Assembly network for validators of a certain quality (i.e. minimum stake, minimum reputation, etc.) and offer fees in exchange. Validators that fit these requirements get automatically and randomly assigned to validate these smart contracts. If a validator misbehaves (even if it did not yet affect the outcome of the smart contract, because there was a majority of honest validators), its stake and reputation gets slashed and it gets removed from the validator pool.
This means IOTA smart contracts solved the crypto trilemma on the smart-contract level:
Horizontal scaling = Near infinitely scalable
Individual smart contract chains = FAST smart contracts
Assembly network = Fully decentralized smart contracts
Screenshot from IOTA Discord
This technological jump in crypto technology comes right at a time where industry giants like Meta and crypto-legends like the Winkelvoss brothers are raising hundreds of millions of Dollars in order to build the Metaverse and Web3. Meta pledged to create a whooping 10.000 jobs related to building the Metaverse in Europe alone – the place of IOTAs strongest presence, with several EU, nation states and industry projects running as well as the official seat of the IOTA Foundation. They are actively looking for technology that can enable their visions and although we are entering here the realm of speculation it is clear that they will only be able to pick fully interoperable and hyper-scalable DLTs as a base-layer for their endavours.
On top of that the IOTA Foundation said there is over a dozen partners involved in the start of the Assembly network, which will be revealed over the coming weeks. These partners were strategically chosen to represent different markets and regions and pledged to invest at least $180 into Assembly ecosystem building. With this starting package a very high visibility towards Winkelvoss and Meta is highly ensured. It will be exciting to follow future announcements regarding IOTA in regards of Metaverse, Web3 and DAOs
2021.12.05 07:53 ful1e5 finally
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2021.12.05 07:53 Stone-Moth What do you think about it?
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2021.12.05 07:53 IDKmynameanditstaken ㅤ
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2021.12.05 07:53 ThePokeDragon Why not?
2021.12.05 07:53 ELRuineR Can IMAX create a custom countdown for no way home..
2021.12.05 07:53 condomofsheepskin I got a really bad haircut. What can i do to salvage it?
2021.12.05 07:53 krasco1 Bana acilen akıl verin
Beyler bi çocuk var sevgilimin belalısı peşini bırakmıyor naapayim. Kızı tehdit ediyor tek tuşla hayatını mahvederim diyor. Kızı vuracak galiba yardım edin.
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2021.12.05 07:53 cemyhan55 they're the nearly same age
2021.12.05 07:53 Live_Speaker4654 Recommendations around Hollywood?
2021.12.05 07:53 Regular-guy2 Hurtful thing wasnt you, fyi
2021.12.05 07:53 carrtcakethrow Page Up and Page Down keys: No. Home and End keys: Yes.
It's not so bad with 65% keyboards that you can reprogram the page up and page down keys, but for 65% keyboards with limited real estate that you can't reprogram really stands out that keyboard manufacturers keep putting in two keys that I'll never use on purpose instead of Home and End, my beloved. Yeah, I already know about TKL keyboards but I like the 65% form factor (better for my posture too).
Do you use the page up and page down keys often? Or am I alone in this minor complaint?
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2021.12.05 07:53 cemyhan55 they're the nearly same age
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2021.12.05 07:53 ShockedMySelf Heck yes, we made it!
I'm quite new to Arena and mtg in itself, and just wanted come here and say that I made it to Diamond!
All and all I've been having quite a good time. I decided to dump 20E into the game when I did the intro stuff to get some packs. With that plus all the free packs I managed to get enough wildcards to build a deck for standard. I opted for control mill because I'm an asshole and I really like playing mill for some reason. Even if it works or not.
It's not much but it's honest work
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2021.12.05 07:53 nwjudge Epson Workforce WF-3640 0x97
I've had this printer sitting around for a few years now since we primarily use our Brother laser printer. My wife is big into crafts and finally found a use for it. Knowing full well that it's been sitting for a long period of time, I decided to buy some ink cartridges for it, along with one of those print head flush kits. I installed the cartridges and ran a cleaning cycle through the printer. 2 minutes later, I tried to print something and it just spits out a blank sheet of paper and throws the error code 0x97. Out comes the flush kit. I followed the youtube videos, and flushed out the heads. The black nozzle put up a hell of a fight, but I eventually got it cleared. I cleaned up the mess with a paper towel the best I could, and ran another cleaning cycle. Literally every time I try to print something, I get that error code. Is there anything I can do to fix this? I'm already $25 in the hole with the brand new cartridges so tossing it to the curb is a last resort.
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2021.12.05 07:53 Rahul_2503 Learn Web3 with The Dapp List - What is Polygon? Read detailed blog about: Intro to Polygon - How does it work? - Why build on Polygon? Blog : https://thedapplist.com/learn/what-is-polygon
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2021.12.05 07:53 11281 Fundie pastor comparing public health measures with the Holocaust, because of course he did.
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2021.12.05 07:53 Wavesofveduh Where r my lil pay piggiez 🐷 at 👀👀👀👀