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DerWaschbar

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  1. What it's missing is that adoption doesn't require more miners Adoption doesn't require more miners but if it has a positive effect on price then it the creates incentives which will increase mining activity. Very interested to see how btc performs over the next year with quantitative tightening and the looming corporate junk bond crisis. Another high risk asset to be deleveraged and dumped? A hedge for the digital age as it was designed?
  2. excellent problem solving d-lo.
  3. AFAIK IME hasn't been compromised. Also, even if it was, it wouldn't get around things like drive encryption.The point is, how would you even know? That thing is a black box. We don't know for sure that it wouldn't get around drive encryption, it sits well below the OS down in a ring so protected the OS has no idea it's there. https://arstechnica.com/security/2017/05/the-hijacking-flaw-that-lurked-in-intel-chips-is-worse-than-anyone-thought/ Is this what you were taking about?
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  5. new album by good time watmm member james bevan AKA Chunky (rip). v nice tunes, james has a gift for melodies that invoke clouds, planes, sunrises and adventures with strange animals. p sure all these tracks are all done with a teisco 60f multi tracked. nice 1 james. it's an adventure through time (naturally) and an adventure for us all (naturally). http://jamesbevan.bandcamp.com/album/- have fun b safe
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