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Selling my entire domain portfolio which includes 30 premium .com domain names and portfolio website, all for only $950
  1. Seller Bio
Selling my domain portfolio of 30 premium .com domain names. This sale includes all 30 domain names and the portfolio website. Sale also inludes every custom logo on each domain. All for only $950
  1. Executive Summary
For the new owners It will be easy to profit from these domains. You can easily make the money back by selling 1 or 2 domains. I am just short on time and do not have the time to promote each domain, due to having a baby on the way and my job cutting hours.
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  1. How is it monetized?
Site has not been monetized or advertised in any way. All traffic is organic.
  1. How much time does this site take to run?
Besides adding new domains, no time. Website runs by itself and all domains have already been added to the major domain marketplaces like Sedo.com, Dan.com & Afternic.com
Sale Page:
https://flippa.com/10681347-tierdomains-com-premium-domain-portfolio-for-sale
What included in the sale?
Everything in this list is included in the sale. Buy Now price is only $950
90% of the domains domains were registered using NameSilo, the other 10% using GoDaddy.
I accept Paypal or Crypto (Bitcoin) Please message me if you have any questions
Portfolio is for sale over at Flippa
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Selling my entire domain portfolio which includes 30 premium .com domain names and portfolio website, all for only $1,300
  1. Seller Bio
Selling my domain portfolio of 30 premium .com domain names. This sale includes all 30 domain names and the portfolio website. Sale also inludes every custom logo on each domain. All for only $1,300
  1. Executive Summary
For the new owners It will be easy to profit from these domains. You can easily make the money back by selling 1 or 2 domains. I am just short on time and do not have the time to promote each domain, due to having a baby on the way and my job cutting hours.
The total value of this protfolio is easily over $8,000. Some of the domain names included in this sale can be very valuable, for example StarRage.com previously sold for $2,095, just by selling that one for example you’ll make your initial money back and have 29 premium domains left to sell.
  1. How is it monetized?
Site has not been monetized or advertised in any way. All traffic is organic.
  1. How much time does this site take to run?
Besides adding new domains, no time. Website runs by itself and all domains have already been added to the major domain marketplaces like Sedo.com, Dan.com & Afternic.com
Sale Page:
https://flippa.com/10681347-tierdomains-com-premium-domain-portfolio-for-sale
What included in the sale?
Everything in this list is included in the sale. Buy Now price is only $1,300
90% of the domains domains were registered using NameSilo, the other 10% using GoDaddy.
I accept Paypal or Crypto (Bitcoin) Please message me if you have any questions
Portfolio is for sale over at Flippa
https://flippa.com/10681347-tierdomains-com-premium-domain-portfolio-for-sale
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TierDomains.com - Domains Portfolio For SALE- Great Investment For Crypto Investors

Selling my entire domain portfolio which includes 30 premium .com domain names and portfolio website, all for only $1,300
  1. Seller Bio
Selling my domain portfolio of 30 premium .com domain names. This sale includes all 30 domain names and the portfolio website. Sale also inludes every custom logo on each domain. All for only $1,300
  1. Executive Summary
For the new owners It will be easy to profit from these domains. You can easily make the money back by selling 1 or 2 domains. I am just short on time and do not have the time to promote each domain, due to having a baby on the way and my job cutting hours.
The total value of this protfolio is easily over $8,000. Some of the domain names included in this sale can be very valuable, for example StarRage.com previously sold for $2,095, just by selling that one for example you’ll make your initial money back and have 29 premium domains left to sell.
  1. How is it monetized?
Site has not been monetized or advertised in any way. All traffic is organic.
  1. How much time does this site take to run?
Besides adding new domains, no time. Website runs by itself and all domains have already been added to the major domain marketplaces like Sedo.com, Dan.com & Afternic.com
Sale Page:
https://flippa.com/10681347-tierdomains-com-premium-domain-portfolio-for-sale
What included in the sale?
Everything in this list is included in the sale. Buy Now price is only $1,300
90% of the domains domains were registered using NameSilo, the other 10% using GoDaddy.
I accept Paypal or Crypto (Bitcoin) Please message me if you have any questions
Portfolio is for sale over at Flippa
https://flippa.com/10681347-tierdomains-com-premium-domain-portfolio-for-sale
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I've been hosting some pretty popular freeroll BCH tournaments on https://blockchain.poker this week. Yesterday, the winner of the tournament asked about trading his "useless" BCH winnings for BTC. I posted this comment explaining why it makes absolutely no sense to use BTC for a tournament:
Someone asked in the site chat if they could "flip these useless BCH sats for bitcoin" (of course you can), but I'd like to explain with some simple math why BCH is ideal for running these tournaments.
The median fee to send a BCH transaction is $0.0005, while the median fee to send a BTC transaction is $0.74, according to https://bitcoinfees.cash. The evening tournament had 217 players and paid out the top 59 finishers. Of these 59 people ITM, only the top 16 paid out more than $0.74. If I was running the same tournament with BTC, that means that 33 people who were ITM and had "winnings" would have nothing at all, as the fee to send the BTC off-site would be greater than the total amount won.
It's actually worse than that, though. Suppose I finished in 7th place and won $1.50. I withdraw the BTC to my own wallet and the site has to pay a $0.74 fee to send it to me, so I'm only getting paid $0.76. BUT I STILL HAVE NO MONEY. Because I'll have to pay another $0.74 fee to send that BTC anywhere, I effectively only have $0.02 of spending power, and no one will accept 2 cents of BTC because they will be facing the same conundrum.
Maybe you're a whale and a $0.74 fee doesn't mean anything to you, but most people aren't depositing $1000 at a time to poker sites for that fee to be negligible. And even if you are a whale, it's still -EV to pay a $0.74 fee when you could pay a $0.0005 fee for the exact same service.
If anyone is interested, these tournaments have been pretty popular with the /poker community, averaging around 190 players in each one (and the tournaments have been password protected). I think blockchain.poker has seen hundreds of new users this week as a result. Unfortunately I can't afford to keep paying 0.25 BCH per day out of pocket to keep them going, but as long as casinos are closed and everyone is quarantined at home, I would like to keep them going, so I'm looking for sponsors for these tournaments. If you're a business and would like to sponsor, your logo will be displayed on the table felt to 200 users for ~2 hours straight, and the link of your choosing will be listed on both the tournament information page and on the dialogue that pops up when a player busts out of the tournament. DM me if you're interested.
If you want to help keep these tournaments going but don't care about promoting a specific logo/link, all chaintips/tippr tips sent to me in this thread will be used for funding more freeroll tournament prize pools.
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The TRUE story of yesbackpage/bedpage/ebackpage/afterdarkads and all the BP replacement pop ups written by an insider

Thisa is not an ad... I am responding to about 50 emails I got from a lot of sexworkers all over the country. 2 suggested I post the answers here. A LOT of sexworkers have lost money, been ripped off, ads deleted, and more... I am only trying to let them know what happened... I removed any actual links to sites. THis is just for sexworker information and reference.
There are so many rumors and so much misinformation out there regarding all the backpage popup sites... I think its time that someone tell everyone what is REALLY going on.
First, who am I and how do I know all this. I worked for backpage, I started with the village voice, and long story short, I ended up working in the alternative payment section. I left to form my own company, and have since been involved with several startups, including yesbackpage, bedpage, ebackpage and afterdarkads
I started with backpage in 2011 when craigslist was still king. a $5 ad could get an escort a shit ton of calls, and you needed not much else. escorts.com was still up, and really only higher end girls and agency's were on eros.
when craigslist shut down, traffic to BP jumped 10,000%... it was nuts. we lost servers, it was insane. before this it cost an avg of .25 cents to post. within a week we were at $3 in most cities.
Soon after the state AG's (we called them the gang of 11) turned attention to us. There was 11 states atty generals seeking to shut us down, like they basically did craigslist.
well our bosses (Dan Hyer, and ultimately Carl Ferrer) decided to fight. They were real 1st amendment libertarian types... and frankly I agree with them. I think there might of been better ways... but the REAL top guys Michael Lacey and James Larkin were fighters.
IN the end this put us on the skyline, and led by Tom Dart, a sheriff in Chicago, they ended up getting the credit card processing shut down.
That's when my work really started.
We went through and picked a lot of accts that we "trusted" and had spent a lot with us... we secured credit card processing through dummy accounts, and let those specific accts still pay through them... but between charge-backs, and people turning us in on those accts... we would lose almost as much as we made. Hiding the accounts was really pushing legal limits... and eventually we ran out of ways to get new accounts. They couldn't handle the volume.
Me and another fella I'll call "T" devised the idea to accept bitcoin.
It was a slow start, and teaching sex workers how to use bitcoin was tough... but it took off.
Then came backpagecredits. A strip club owner from myrtle beach heard about all this and built a website called backpagecredits.com he allowed people to buy bitcoin from him with a credit card... and the site would automatically put the bitcoin in your backpage account. This was HUGE, and we all did millions in business... it kinda saved the site...
Then april 2018 came... the feds seized backpage, and that was that. We were all out of work, lot of people were going to jail. The strip club guy sold off his end of the site and went to prison for other stuff...
Well I had moved overseas, so I was not subject to US law. I contacted a programmer I knew in Dhaka, Bangladesh. A real shitbag named Siddiq Khan. I did not know what a criminal POS he was then... anyway, I asked him to set up a new site, a clone of backpage. He did it. it took a few weeks, but he showed me "yesbackpage.de" (yesbackpage.com redirects to it)
Our agreement was we would split it all 50/50, I knew he had worked on the programming side at backpage for a bit, and was interested in doing something together. I trusted him (mistake)
I then contacted the new guys that owned backpagecredits, and brought them on as a payment processor...
We then contacted ALL the old BPC customers, told them about the new site... and BOOM... it was online and running.
I worked hard to market it... I hired Risa Jenner from vegas to help... it was all solid and good stuff. We gave away over $250k to old customers of backpage that lost a lot of money when it was shut down. We gave a lot to charity, we tried to help the sexworkers in the industry. We thought we were doing good work for sexworkers.
Now while I was doing all this... what I didnt know was siddiq had also built ebackapge, ibackpage, onebackpage, and I dont know how many other clone sites... and every time there was a new customer on YBP, he was copying the act over to the other sites... he was taking ALL the money from the other sites... real scummy shit. He used us to grow them... stealing everything and doing a lot of shitty stuff to customers (more about that below) afterdarkads.com didnt exist yet... tryst.link was in its infancy and had not taken off... and that alligator site from Australia was too busy bashing everyone else online to promote themselves
Siddiq had worked with bedpage back in the day, bedpage was a site that just knew that backpage was not gonna last forever, they actually opened long before backapge was closed... I still think it was a few other backpage employees that started it..thats how he knew all the ins and outs of these style sites... but he was fired. After talking to them, I guess Siddiq got caught fucking another dude in the break room closet... they really dont like homosexuals over there, so they kicked him out. Thats when he contacted me about starting our own site. He needed help marketing.
Anyway... he was bedpage, now hes got all these other sites, and I dont know about ANY of it... the only site I knew he was affiliated with was yesbackpage and me.
SO yesbackpage starts doing really good. I am spending a LOT of money marketing... and we get it to be the top result in google for sexworkers to post on... people are starting to book a lot of calls... things are good...
Then siddiq finds out that he can make a lot of money posting fake ads... and directing traffic to sites like ashley madison or cam sites.
I told him this was a bad idea... that if he does this... it makes the REAL customers spend more money to compete... thats screwing them...
He does not care, and tells me to fuck off... he will do what he wants.
We argue... it is half my site after all... and one day I wake up, and I am locked out... I cant log into the admin panel... backpagecredits is all screwed up ( he destroyed the code), and he stole the email that we used to run the twitter account. He starts posting BS on twitter about ex employees... its a total mess.
So I left again, and I am done with the industry. I am living back in the states for now, and running a t-shirt company and some other ecommerce sites online... doing well... recently a few people found me that are starting a new site. They are a group of former sex workers from Charlotte and Dallas... GOOD people. they started "afterdarkads". I am working with them as a consultant and helping get them going. Risa is done with it all... I think shes working with a strip club in vegas now.
Anyhow... here is the truth about how all these sites came to be.
Bedpage really DID give out a "god" password to a lot of law enforcement agencies... I talked to a girl in Texas that actually was arrested, and they logged right into the act in front of her. Siddiq told me about it, I know its true.
A few of the other sites like ebackpage and onebackpage siddiq sold to other spammers in Bangledesh... they are all over india and Dhaka. He has NOTHING to do with afterdarkads.com so there is that
All the while, you are paying to post your ads and keep them visible, (bump your ads and repost) Siddiq is posting his own ads for free... they use YOU to bring in traffic to the site, but then redirect the customers off to ashley madison or other sites so they can make money. Right now they get $150 for every sign up... if they post 100 ads, they will get a hundred sign ups... its unreal... meanwhile REAL sex workers are paying to post ads like crazy so their own ads are visible. Thats why I liked working with afterdarkads, they at least will not allow fake posters. they are real sex workers and they get it... they also made it free to post, only charging for upgrades. They care about sexworkers becasue they are sexworkers. Same with Tryst they are working hard for the community. I dont agree with a lot of their choices... but they are doing a good job. I honestly think they will be the next to fall. They have become the tallest tree in the storm Eros is pretty much done, those poor fuckers are on the run. Offices raided, moved to Eur
One thing all sex workers should look for, is the verified feature...bedpage and afterdarkads.com both have it, but i think bedpage will let anyone get it without any verification.... I know (at least for now) afterdarkads is really "verifying" the girls. A LOT of customers on bedpage liked this... so hopefully other sites start using it as well. For a few bucks extra they put a green "verified" logo on your ad... they contact you to make sure you are a real poster not a scam or spammer, and if your pics look fake, they contact you and ask for a pic proving it with you holding up a paper with the site name afterdarkads on it. verifiedvixens tried the same thing... but they were charging too much.
I hate that so many sexworkers support siddiq and all his spam sites like yesbackpage and they dont even know it or what they are doing... he literally rips you all off every time you post.
Go look at your acct history.. he has a program that deletes a few dollars from the acct every few weeks... just a $1 at a time... this is just to get you to buy more credits more often... and the math on posting?? lol... it does not ad up... the system always adds money to the cost at checkout when posting... all just to fuck you.
It is my understanding he sold one of the sites to a group that was trying to do it a little better, but I dont know for sure.
The only SAFE sites I know to post on are tryst.link, afterdarkads.com skipthegames.com, and escort alligator. Slixa.com I am hearing a LOT of things from my former coworkers at BP... slixa is supposed to be compromised... but I dont know that for sure, and frankly dont want to start MORE rumors... I dont like the site from a clients perspective much... from a advertisers perspective its ok. They do great marketing.
Tryst is gonna have problems because they are acting like they are in control... telling you what you cant say in your ads that offends them (everyone so offended these days) like now you cant refuse to see AA in your tryst ad. Total bullshit.
afterdarkads.com is free and they are really serious about keeping fake posters of the site. That is huge to me, same with Tryst.link ... they are really committed to verification of every user, although they are far from free... they use a site called adacredits.com to allow payment, and its ok. I like the sites that have simple CC payment better, but the industry is not gonna allow that easy for a long time in the US
both afterdarkads and tryst and skip the games are all getting AWESOME reviews on usasexguide.info and in a few other boards.
yesbackpage is hopefully done... I hope that fucker gets a disease and dies for what he is doing to sexworkers... but in the mean time, almost 100% of the ads are all fake... soon the clients will realize it... if enough of you spread the word.. it will die. Dont waste your money competing with fake ads!
another thing that sucks about what yesbackpage and all the other sites are doing is it scares off clients... these guys are lookin for real posts from real sexworkers... when 99 out of 100 ads are all fake, designed to collect cell numbers or emails... or direct you to fake cam sites and other shit... they stop searching like this... I know a LOT of agencies and pimps are all sayign business is booming because sexworkers are being FORCED to come back to them to book calls.
support the sites that support the community guys... not the ones that exploit you and fuck you over.
in the end what I really know about this industry... you need to advertise on as many LEGIT and safe sites as you can... every ad dollar you spend needs to be an investment that brings a positive return... be careful posting on sites that charge but screw you over... and just be careful period... there are a lot of shitty people out there , and they love hurting sexworkers.
be safe and be well all!
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History of Reddit, Inc.

Not really sure on what flair I should use here, but I think this would do. I love Reddit. Here is a brief history. Remember, the sources have page references, so ignore the little numbers next to words. Thanks!
The idea and initial development of Reddit originated with then college roommates Steve Huffman and Alexis Ohanian in 2005. Huffman and Ohanian attended a lecture by programmer-entrepreneur Paul Graham in Boston, Massachusetts, during their spring break from University of Virginia.[47][48][49] After speaking with Huffman and Ohanian following the lecture, Graham invited the two to apply to his startup incubator Y Combinator.[47] Their initial idea, My Mobile Menu, was unsuccessful,[50][51] and was intended to allow users to order food by SMS text messaging.[47][48] During a brainstorming session to pitch another startup, the idea was created for what Graham called the "front page of the Internet".[51] For this idea, Huffman and Ohanian were accepted in Y Combinator's first class.[47][48] Supported by the funding from Y Combinator,[52] Huffman coded the site in Common Lisp[53] and together with Ohanian launched Reddit in June 2005.[54][55]
The team expanded to include Christopher Slowe in November 2005. Between November 2005 and January 2006, Reddit merged with Aaron Swartz's company Infogami, and Swartz became an equal owner of the resulting parent company, Not A Bug.[56][57] Huffman and Ohanian sold Reddit to Condé Nast Publications, owner of Wired, on October 31, 2006, for a reported $10 million to $20 million[47][58] and the team moved to San Francisco.[59] In January 2007, Swartz was fired for undisclosed reasons.[60]
Huffman and Ohanian left Reddit in 2009.[61] Huffman went on to co-found Hipmunk with Adam Goldstein, and later recruited Ohanian[62] and Slowe to his new company.[63] After Huffman and Ohanian left Reddit, Erik Martin, who joined the company as a community manager in 2008 and later became general manager is 2011, played a role in Reddit's growth.[64] VentureBeat noted that Martin was "responsible for keeping the site going" under Condé Nast's ownership.[65] Martin facilitated the purchase of Reddit Gifts and led charity initiatives.[65]
Reddit launched two different ways of advertising on the site in 2009. The company launched sponsored content[66] and a self-serve ads platform that year.[67][68] Reddit launched its Reddit Gold benefits program in July 2010, which offered new features to editors and created a new revenue stream for the business that did not rely on banner ads.[69] On September 6, 2011, Reddit became operationally independent of Condé Nast, operating as a separate subsidiary of its parent company, Advance Publications.[70] Reddit and other websites participated in a 12-hour sitewide blackout on January 18, 2012, in protest of the Stop Online Piracy Act.[71] In May 2012, Reddit joined the Internet Defense League, a group formed to organize future protests.[72]
Yishan Wong joined Reddit as CEO in 2012.[73] Wong resigned from Reddit in 2014, after more than two years at the company, citing disagreements about his proposal to move the company's offices from San Francisco to nearby Daly City, but also the "stressful and draining" nature of the position.[74][75] Ohanian credited Wong with leading the company as its user base grew from 35 million to 174 million.[75] Wong oversaw the company as it raised $50 million in funding and spun off as an independent company.[67] Also during this time, Reddit began accepting the digital currency Bitcoin for its Reddit Gold subscription service through a partnership with bitcoin payment processor Coinbase in February 2013.[76] Ellen Pao replaced Wong as interim CEO in 2014 and resigned in 2015 amid a user revolt over the firing of a popular Reddit employee.[77] During her tenure, Reddit initiated an anti-harassment policy,[78] banned involuntary sexualization, and banned several forums that focused on bigoted content or harassment of individuals.[79]
After five years away from the company, Ohanian and Huffman returned to leadership roles at Reddit: Ohanian became the full-time executive chairman in November 2014 following Wong's resignation, while Pao's departure on July 10, 2015, led to Huffman's return as the company's chief executive.[80][81] After Huffman rejoined Reddit as CEO, he launched Reddit's iOS and Android apps, fixed Reddit's mobile website, and created A/B testing infrastructure.[47] The company launched a major redesign of its website in April 2018.[18] Huffman said new users were turned off from Reddit because it had looked like a "dystopian Craigslist".[18] Reddit also instituted several technological improvements,[82] such as a new tool that allows users to hide posts, comments, and private messages from selected redditors in an attempt to curb online harassment,[83] and new content guidelines. These new content guidelines were aimed at banning content inciting violence and quarantining offensive material.[47][82] Slowe, the company's first employee, rejoined Reddit in 2017 as chief technology officer.[84] Reddit's largest round of funding came in 2017, when the company raised $200 million and was valued at $1.8 billion.[85] The funding supported Reddit's site redesign and video efforts.[85]
Technology and design Underlying code Reddit was originally written in Common Lisp but was rewritten in Python in December 2005[86] for wider access to code libraries and greater development flexibility. The Python web framework that Swartz developed to run the site, web.py, is available as an open source project.[87] As of November 10, 2009, Reddit used Pylons as its web framework.[88] Reddit was an open source project from June 18, 2008 until 2017.[89][90] During that time, all of the code and libraries written for Reddit were freely available on GitHub, with the exception of the anti-spam/cheating portions.[91] In a September 2017 announcement, the company stated that "we've been doing a bad job of keeping our open-source product repos up to date", partially because "open-source makes it hard for us to develop some features 'in the clear' ... without leaking our plans too far in advance", prompting the decision to archive its public GitHub repos.[90]
While Reddit has continued calling itself open source[92] it has failed to continue updating its code for years. Development forks continue slowly on Reddit-like alternative sites such as SaidIt.net, Ceddit.com, Notabug.io, and Rebbit.kr.[citation needed]
Hosting and servers As of November 10, 2009, Reddit decommissioned its own servers and migrated to Amazon Web Services.[93] Reddit uses PostgreSQL as their primary datastore and is slowly moving to Apache Cassandra, a column-oriented datastore.[when?][citation needed] It uses RabbitMQ for offline processing, HAProxy for load balancing and memcached for caching. In early 2009, Reddit started using jQuery.[94]
Mobile apps In 2010, Reddit released its first mobile web interface for easier reading and navigating the website on touch screen devices.[95] For several years, redditors relied on third-party apps to access Reddit on mobile devices. In October 2014, Reddit acquired one of them, Alien Blue, which became the official iOS Reddit app.[96] Reddit removed Alien Blue and released its official application, Reddit: The Official App, on Google Play and the iOS App Store in April 2016.[97] The company released an app for Reddit's question-and-answer Ask Me Anything subreddit in 2014.[98] The app allowed users to see active Ask Me Anythings, receive notifications, ask questions and vote.[98]
Product and design changes The site has undergone several products and design changes since it originally launched in 2005. When it initially launched, there were no comments or subreddits. Comments were added in 2005[18][99] and interest-based groups (called 'subreddits') were introduced in 2008.[100] Allowing users to create subreddits has led to much of the activity that redditors would recognize that helped define Reddit. These include subreddits "WTF", "funny", and "AskReddit".[100] Reddit rolled out its multireddit feature, the site's biggest change to its front page in years, in 2013.[101] With the multireddits, users see top stories from a collection of subreddits.[101]
In 2015, Reddit enabled embedding, so users could share Reddit content on other sites.[102] In 2016, Reddit began hosting images using a new image uploading tool, a move that shifted away from the uploading service Imgur that had been the de facto service.[103] Users still can upload images to Reddit using Imgur.[103] Reddit's in-house video uploading service for desktop and mobile launched in 2017.[104] Previously, users had to use third-party video uploading services, which Reddit acknowledged was time consuming for users.[104]
Reddit released its "spoiler tags" feature in January 2017.[105] The feature warns users of potential spoilers in posts and pixelates preview images.[105] Reddit unveiled changes to its public front page, called popular, in 2017;[23] the change creates a front page free of potentially adult-oriented content for unregistered users.[23]
In late 2017, Reddit declared it wanted to be a mobile-first site, launching several changes to its apps for iOS and Android.[42] The new features included user-to-user chat, a theater mode for viewing visual content, and mobile tools for the site's moderators. "Mod mode" lets moderators manage content and their subreddits on mobile devices.[42]
Reddit launched its redesigned website in 2018, with its first major visual update in a decade.[18] Development for the new site took more than a year.[18] It was the result of an initiative by Huffman upon returning to Reddit, who said the site's outdated look deterred new users.[18] The new site features a hamburger menu to help users navigate the site, different views, and new fonts to better inform redditors if they are clicking on a Reddit post or an external link.[18] The goal was not only for Reddit to improve its appearance, but also to make it easier to accommodate a new generation of Reddit users.[18] Additionally, Reddit's growth had strained the site's back end;[106] Huffman and Reddit Vice President of Engineering Nick Caldwell told The Wall Street Journal's COI Journal that Reddit needed to leverage artificial intelligence and other modern digital tools.[106]
Logo Reddit's logo consists of a time-traveling alien named Snoo and the company name stylized as "reddit". The alien has an oval head, pom-pom ears, and an antenna.[107] Its colors are black, white, and orange-red.[107] The mascot was created in 2005 while company co-founder Alexis Ohanian was an undergraduate at the University of Virginia.[108] Ohanian doodled the creature while bored in a marketing class.[109] Originally, Ohanian sought to name the mascot S'new, a play on "What's new?", to tie the mascot into Reddit's premise as the "front page of the Internet".[107][109] Eventually, the name Snoo was chosen.[107] In 2011, Ohanian outlined the logo's evolution with a graphic that showcased several early versions, including various spellings of the website name, such as "Reditt".[108]
Snoo is genderless and colorless, so the logo is moldable.[107][110] Over the years, the Reddit logo has frequently changed for holidays and other special events.[108] Many subreddits have a customized Snoo logo to represent the subreddit.[109] Redditors can also submit their own logos, which sometimes appear on the site's front page, or create their own customized versions of Snoo for their communities (or "subreddits").[108][18] When Reddit revamped its website in April 2018, the company imposed several restrictions on how Snoo can be designed: Snoo's head "should always appear blank or neutral", Snoo's eyes are orange-red, and Snoo cannot have fingers.[107] Snoo's purpose is to discover and explore humanity.[107]
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Idea: The Cross Chain Masternode Association

Hello,
I have this inkling of an idea with a specific problem to solve. If we can solve this, then we can solve many other things.
I saw a post recently about some sites accepting - or not accepting - alt coins. Often, a site displays the bitcoin logo and you have to tap it to see if they accept other coins. This is why bitcoin dominates, we constantly tell people that bitcoin is crypto when, in fact, there is so much more.
If only there was a neutral "crypto" logo we could promote alongside our own logos. Ah, we have a budget for that.. no no, not just dash but all our friends too; PIVX, Smart Cash, Horizen, Syscoin, Zcoin and Blocknet. Together, we could hire an independent brand consultant and then collectively vote on the final design.. a super vote from all those involved.
But wait, we could take this further. what if the cost of hiring and voting on a logo was a buy-in fee set in US dollars... then we could also give exchanges a vote.
I think we should open up a high level dialogue between interested parties. Anyone up for it?
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[GUIDE] INTRO TO REPLICA WATCHES

So you’ve found your way to reptime. Congrats! It’s a great place to hopefully help you find what you’re looking for. There’s a lot of information and it all depends on how far down the rabbit hole you wanna go, but you can get anything from the crappy DHGate/AliExpress $30 fakes, all the way to a top tier replica for $300-500. You can even go further than how it came to you from China by “frankening” the piece – adding genuine and other modded components to help the watch achieve a look ‘even closer to gen’.
There are a few terms to understand in order to begin here. I don’t endorse them, sometimes I use them, but they are used frequently:
- Rep: Replica
- Gen: Genuine (referring to a genuine watch)
- QC: quality check – in reference to photos of watches
- W2C/WTC: Where to cop… aka where did you get that? Or Link?
- TD: Trusted Dealer (I’ll get more into that later)
- ZF, Noob, V6F, BP, MK, ARF, JF, etc: some of the top factories (I’ll also get more into that later)
- 2xAR xtal: a sapphire crystal coated with 2 layers of anti-reflective coating
- GL and RL - Green and Red light, referring to QC pictures being OK to accept or not.
Now for the ‘tiers’ of reps:
Bottom Tier
If you want cheap stuff, no or bad QC, but want to pay $150 or less, go to
DHGate
AliExpress
Taobao
I won’t tell you what to search or how to find it there. I don’t use it, the watches there barely resemble the watches they are trying to represent. It’s just not worth it unless you want to try it on a shoestring budget.
Top TieTrusted Dealer
Trusted dealers have earned their way to that status – trusted – because they have a large customer base and are willing to go through investigations through the forums that have a tough and active moderation team (RWI, RWG, etc) if a sale goes awry. I recommend if you are going to utilize a trusted dealer (which is the ONLY way as far as I’m concerned), make sure you have an active account on the forums and post there so that the moderation team can back your order. If you aren’t on the forum, and your order goes bad, no one is obligated to help you. Trusted dealers get not a ton of dough from your sale, but they almost all offer a customs guarantee - you will receive a replacement watch for free if customs seizes it. Be nice and remember that they are doing work for you and should be compensated for that time. The trusted dealer experience works differently for each one, but for the most part, the flow is as follows:
  1. Order (either through their website or through email). They are busy. Keep your emails short and to the point.
  2. Payment – some accept credit cards*, others primarily do Bitcoin, Western Union and Moneygram. Some accept some of the more convenient services like paypal, but you typically have to be an upstanding member of the community for over a year.
  3. Wait for QC. This can take 2-7 days depending on availability. Typical turnaround time is 2-3 days.
  4. Once QC is received, these are pictures of the actual watch you will get in the mail. Make sure you check it for major defects. Don’t get too picky, remember that these are $3-400 replicas of $2k-60k watches, made by people who probably make a bit more than minimum wage in some cases. If a TD rejects a watch too many times, the factory or dealer they buy from will begin to refuse sending new watches and just offer a refund. I won’t get into how to approve QC, because you should be doing research on the model you want and what you want to look out for.
  5. Once you approve QC, it will take 1-2 days for the TD to send it off to their courier. You can also ship via triangle shipping, which is a higher price, but recommended for European countries.
  6. While in transit, the package has to make it through customs in China and customs in your country of origin. If it gets seized in your country, you will get a letter. Don’t respond to the letter ever, just send that to your TD and they will order a new one for you as part of the guarantee. If it doesn’t get seized, it typically takes 5-7 days from TD to your front door
  7. Enjoy the watch. Get a $20 watch service kit from Amazon or whatever and resize the bracelet.
  8. DON’T TAKE IT TO A JEWELER AND PRETEND IT’S THE REAL THING. They will lie to your face and make you think they think it's real because its good customer service to make people feel good about themselves. They are trained to do that. Just some practical advice - take it or leave it - don't tell your friends and loved ones that these are the real thing. It's better to be honest. If you want to know the full reason, PM me, I'm happy to share why honesty is important.
  9. What if your watch is broken upon arrival? You MUST make a log in on the forums where the dealer is a trusted dealer, and post enough there in order to log a ticket to file a dispute. They will not help you if you create an account after your issue arises with a TD. It is their rules.
* Some have reported credit card numbers being stolen after using at TD websites. While the TDs are trusted, sometimes the agencies/companies they use to process credit card transactions aren’t trusted. They try their hardest, but there have been slip ups in the past. I’ve used my CC a couple times and haven’t had fraud.

Trusted dealer websites (these are the TDs from the forums - RepTime has no official Trusted Dealers!)
These change frequently due to the original companies wanting them taken down for understandable reasons. The websites are usually down for a night then back on a different domain the next day – they change probably 2-3 times per year. If you want an updated list (in case these domains get seized and I haven’t updated the post), go to the forums and see if they put a new one up. There are more than these TDs on the forums, too, this is not an exhaustive list. Also please note, reptime has no official Trusted Dealers, this is just a list I made to help others know some of the major ones out there that are vetted by the bigger forums. If you need help with any of the trusted dealers, you MUST be a member of the forum where they are listed as a TD in order to receive support.
UPDATED September 18, 2020
https://puretimewatch.io/ one of the top in the business
http://www.trustytime.asia has videos of nearly every watch, posts here occasionally u/trustyworld
https://www.mirotime.net TD with excellent service, posts frequently here u/mirotime
https://geektime.cc TD with Excellent service, posts frequently here u/geektimewatch
https://fatpanda.slickpic.com/gallery email to order, top notch QC
https://www.jtime.cc TD with excellent service
https://chazingtime06.co/
https://www.intime05.co/
https://www.pfclones.com/ Has vids for almost every watch too.
http://www.hontwatch.ru/
http://www.trb88.club/
https://kuvarsit08.com/ Active here on Reddit u/kuvarsitsteve
https://www.ts-stations.cn/ no longer a trusted dealer on RWI, but has a great site layout


Full list here (must be a member to see)
RWI: https://forum.replica-watch.info/forum/trusted-rep-dealers
RWG: https://www.rwg.bz/board/index.php?/topic/60-rwgs-trusted-dealers/
RepGeek: https://www.repgeek.com/trusted-watch-dealers/

Forums
https://www.replica-watch.info/ (the most popular)
http://www.rwg.bz/board/
http://www.repgeek.com/index.php
Please go to these and get a log in and check out the topics. They are insightful, and incredibly informative. There’s even a member sales section there too if you have enough posts.

Factories
There are certain popular factories to choose from and not all ‘good’ factories are the popular ones. Some of the smaller factories specialize in one or two watches but they are GOOD. The factories in total release probably 2-10 new models every week (granted lots are shitty). The way factories work, from what I’ve read, is that someone who wants to make a watch will order dials from a dial plant, cases from a manufacturer who specializes in case making, etc, and then receive ‘proofs’. Once they approve of the proofs, they will then order batches of 100-500 and manually assemble the pieces (dial, case, hands, date disc, movements, straps, buckles, etc). This is not easy stuff and usually they know what they are doing. When a watch is out of stock, it can be out of stock forever.
Major Factories (detail received from many postings around the internet, sometimes shamelessly copy/pasted):
Who makes the best Rolex sub? My opinion only, there are many different opinions out there. As of March 9, 2020.
  1. ZZF v2 3135
  2. Noob v10
  3. ARF v3 3135

Posting QC Photos

QC pics are the photos (and sometimes video) you get from your Trusted Dealer for the specific watch that you've ordered and will be shipped to you. While it is reasonable to ask for a new watch if there are significant defects in craftsmanship, there are also other reasons NOT to ask for a new watch that are a bit too 'picky' (i.e. microsopic misalignment of certain details that are OK in gen even). Something important to understand in this type of black market product with not a lot of QC oversight is that you cannot be too picky, and it can be tough for TDs to exchange products, meaning the loss is on their end if you do too many exchanges - just not a good experience for both the dealer and the customer.

  1. Post all albums provided by TD up front
  2. Write the following:
    1. Dealer name - Puretime, Jtime, Mirotime, etc
    2. Factory name - BP Factory, J Factory, ZZF, ZF, etc
    3. Model name - Submariner 116610LN v2
  3. Include the following as part of your evaluation prior to posting (if, for instance your watch does not have a bezel, put N/A):
    1. Index alignment - are the hour markers aligned? Call out specific ones if they bother you - like '6 o clock looks crooked'. This also includes logo alignment as well
    2. Date Wheel alignment - do the dates sit to one side or the other? Perfectly centered? Tip: some dates sit perfectly, and some don't on the same date disc sometimes.
    3. Bezel - is the pip centered? Any of the engravings look improperly filled?
    4. Solid End Links (SEL) - is there a gap between the bracelet's first link and the case lugs? How big is the gap?
    5. Hand alignment - do the hands look reasonably aligned? Chrono hands point to 12?
    6. Dial Printing - any defects? Crooked?
    7. Timegrapher numbers - Acceptable Rate: +/- 1 – 20 s/d; Acceptable Amplitude: 250 - 310; Acceptable Beat Error: 0.0 ms – 1.0 ms
    8. Anything else you see - big scratches on the case, movement jewels missing, etc.
Here is a copy/paste format that will need to be used from here on out:

  1. Dealer name:
  2. Factory name:
  3. Model name (& version number):
  4. Album Links:
  5. Index alignment:
  6. Dial Printing:
  7. Date Wheel alignment/printing:
  8. Hand Alignment:
  9. Bezel:
  10. Solid End Links (SELs):
  11. Timegrapher numbers:
  12. Anything else you notice:
Optional index alignment tool courtesy of u/Bandyciak https://qc-checker.herokuapp.com/
Again, this will be REQUIRED for all QC posts, and will be removed if they don't follow the guidelines.

Gold plating, wrap, and diamonds
Gold plating is getting better, but it seems to be a mixture of copper and some other materials that give the finish and coloring of gold. There is a tiny bit of gold in there though. If you get a scratch, don’t buff it out, just live with it. A scuff will show the stainless steel behind it if you get a significant enough ding. However, I’ve owned 4-5 rose gold plated watches and haven’t had issues with a single one and I don’t treat my watches too nicely.
Gold wrapping is more expensive but also much more thick. It will take a serious ding and still show gold. It has more gold % in it. You can buff it lightly with no issue.
Diamonds in a haute horology piece is typically done with a fine gemstone and perfectly placed using a gemsetting technique that isn’t done in the same manner as a replica would be done. If you need or want the look, then do it. Just know the stones are probably CZ, and will fall out easily, and will be inconsistently placed – which gives a poor brilliance when looking at it.
Movements: u/eposseeker wrote a great summary of the different types of movements out there (non-comprehensive): https://www.reddit.com/RepTime/comments/c889yu/movements_found_in_replica_watches/

BRAND GUIDES:

A fantastic guide on the Audemars Piguet Royal Oak replicas by u/N0tail_: https://www.reddit.com/RepTime/comments/esp4e1/ap_royal_oak_buying_guide/
Rolex Submariner guides:
  1. https://forum.replica-watch.info/forum/rolex-tudor-replicas/7807136-review-of-zzf-new-sub-116610-ln-and-comparison-vs-gen-arf-noob-and-nail-part-i
  2. https://forum.replica-watch.info/forum/rolex-tudor-replicas/8462580-zzf-submariner-v2-ln-vs-gen-pictorial-review
That about does it. Give an upvote, or don’t. If you think I should add a section, let me know.
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WHat REALLY happened to yesbackpage/ebackpage/backpagecredits/bedpage etc, written by an insider

Thisa is not an ad... I am responding to about 50 emails I got from a lot of sexworkers all over the country. 2 suggested I post the answers here. A LOT of sexworkers have lost money, been ripped off, ads deleted, and more... I am only trying to let them know what happened... I removed any actual links to sites. THis is just for sexworker information and reference.
There are so many rumors and so much misinformation out there regarding all the backpage popup sites... I think its time that someone tell everyone what is REALLY going on.
First, who am I and how do I know all this. I worked for backpage, I started with the village voice, and long story short, I ended up working in the alternative payment section. I left to form my own company, and have since been involved with several startups, including yesbackpage, bedpage, ebackpage and afterdarkads
I started with backpage in 2011 when craigslist was still king. a $5 ad could get an escort a shit ton of calls, and you needed not much else. escorts.com was still up, and really only higher end girls and agency's were on eros.
when craigslist shut down, traffic to BP jumped 10,000%... it was nuts. we lost servers, it was insane. before this it cost an avg of .25 cents to post. within a week we were at $3 in most cities.
Soon after the state AG's (we called them the gang of 11) turned attention to us. There was 11 states atty generals seeking to shut us down, like they basically did craigslist.
well our bosses (Dan Hyer, and ultimately Carl Ferrer) decided to fight. They were real 1st amendment libertarian types... and frankly I agree with them. I think there might of been better ways... but the REAL top guys Michael Lacey and James Larkin were fighters.
IN the end this put us on the skyline, and led by Tom Dart, a sheriff in Chicago, they ended up getting the credit card processing shut down.
That's when my work really started.
We went through and picked a lot of accts that we "trusted" and had spent a lot with us... we secured credit card processing through dummy accounts, and let those specific accts still pay through them... but between charge-backs, and people turning us in on those accts... we would lose almost as much as we made. Hiding the accounts was really pushing legal limits... and eventually we ran out of ways to get new accounts. They couldn't handle the volume.
Me and another fella I'll call "T" devised the idea to accept bitcoin.
It was a slow start, and teaching sex workers how to use bitcoin was tough... but it took off.
Then came backpagecredits. A strip club owner from myrtle beach heard about all this and built a website called backpagecredits.com he allowed people to buy bitcoin from him with a credit card... and the site would automatically put the bitcoin in your backpage account. This was HUGE, and we all did millions in business... it kinda saved the site...
Then april 2018 came... the feds seized backpage, and that was that. We were all out of work, lot of people were going to jail. The strip club guy sold off his end of the site and went to prison for other stuff...
Well I had moved overseas, so I was not subject to US law. I contacted a programmer I knew in Dhaka, Bangladesh. A real shitbag named Siddiq Khan. I did not know what a criminal POS he was then... anyway, I asked him to set up a new site, a clone of backpage. He did it. it took a few weeks, but he showed me "yesbackpage.de" (yesbackpage.com redirects to it)
Our agreement was we would split it all 50/50, I knew he had worked on the programming side at backpage for a bit, and was interested in doing something together. I trusted him (mistake)
I then contacted the new guys that owned backpagecredits, and brought them on as a payment processor...
We then contacted ALL the old BPC customers, told them about the new site... and BOOM... it was online and running.
I worked hard to market it... I hired Risa Jenner from vegas to help... it was all solid and good stuff. We gave away over $250k to old customers of backpage that lost a lot of money when it was shut down. We gave a lot to charity, we tried to help the sexworkers in the industry. We thought we were doing good work for sexworkers.
Now while I was doing all this... what I didnt know was siddiq had also built ebackpage, ibackpage, onebackpage, and I dont know how many other clone sites... and every time there was a new customer on YBP, he was copying the act over to the other sites... he was taking ALL the money from the other sites... real scummy shit. He used us to grow them... stealing everything and doing a lot of shitty stuff to customers (more about that below) afterdarkads.com didn't exist yet... tryst.link was in its infancy and had not taken off... and that alligator site from Australia was too busy bashing everyone else online to promote themselves
Siddiq had worked with bedpage back in the day, bedpage was a site that just knew that backpage was not gonna last forever, they actually opened long before backapge was closed... I still think it was a few other backpage employees that started it..thats how he knew all the ins and outs of these style sites... but he was fired. After talking to them, I guess Siddiq got caught fucking another dude in the break room closet... they really dont like homosexuals over there, so they kicked him out. Thats when he contacted me about starting our own site. He needed help marketing.
Anyway... he was bedpage, now hes got all these other sites, and I dont know about ANY of it... the only site I knew he was affilaited with was yesbackpage and me.
SO yesbackpage starts doing really good. I am spending a LOT of money marketing... and we get it to be the top result in google for sexworkers to post on... people are starting to book a lot of calls... things are good...
Then siddiq finds out that he can make a lot of money posting fake ads... and directing traffic to sites like ashley madison or cam sites.
I told him this was a bad idea... that if he does this... it makes the REAL customers spend more money to compete... thats screwing them...
He does not care, and tells me to fuck off... he will do what he wants.
We argue... it is half my site after all... and one day I wake up, and I am locked out... I cant log into the admin panel... backpagecredits is all screwed up ( he destroyed the code), and he stole the email that we used to run the twitter account. He starts posting BS on twitter about ex employees... its a total mess.
So I left again, and I am done with the industry. I am living back in the states for now, and running a t-shirt company and some other ecommerce sites online... doing well... recently a few people found me that are starting a new site. They are a group of former sex workers from Charlotte and Dallas... GOOD people. they started "afterdarkads". I am working with them as a consultant and helping get them going. Risa is done with it all... I think shes working with a strip club in vegas now.
Anyhow... here is the truth about how all these sites came to be.
Bedpage really DID give out a "god" password to a lot of law enforcement agencies... I talked to a girl in Texas that actually was arrested, and they logged right into the act in front of her. Siddiq told me about it, I know its true.
A few of the other sites like ebackpage and onebackpage siddiq sold to other spammers in Bangledesh... they are all over india and Dhaka.
All the while, you are paying to post your ads and keep them visible, they are posting their own ads for free... they use YOU to bring in traffic to the site, but then redirect the customers off to ashley madison or other sites so they can make money. Right now they get $150 for every sign up... if they post 100 ads, they will get a hundred sign ups... its unreal... meanwhile REAL sex workers are paying to post ads like crazy so their own ads are visible. Thats why I liked working with afterdarkads, they at least will not allow fake posters. they are real sex workers and they get it... they also made it free to post, only charging for upgrades. They care about sexworkers becasue they are sexworkers. Same with Tryst.link. they are working hard for the community. I dont agree with a lot of their choices... but they are doing a good job. I honestly think they will be the next to fall. They have become the tallest tree in the storm Eros is pretty much done, those poor fuckers are on the run. Offices raided, moved to Eur
One thing all sex workers should look for, is the verified feature...bedpage.com and afterdarkads.com both have it, but i think bedpage will let anyone get it without any verification.... I know (at least for now) afterdarkads are really "verifying" the girls. A LOT of customers on bedpage liked this... so hopefully other sites start using it as well. For a few bucks extra they put a green "verified" logo on your ad... they contact you to make sure you are a real poster not a scam or spammer, and if your pics look fake, they contact you and ask for a pic proving it with you holding up a paper with the site name afterdarkads on it. verifiedvixens.com tried the same thing... but they were charging too much.
I hate that so many sexworkers support siddiq and all his spam sites like yesbackpage and they dont even know it or what they are doing... he literally rips you all off every time you post.
Go look at your acct history.. he has a program that deletes a few dollars from the acct every few weeks... just a $1 at a time... this is just to get you to buy more credits more often... and the math on posting?? lol... it does not ad up... the system always adds money to the cost at checkout when posting... all just to fuck you.
It is my understanding he sold one of the sites to a group that was trying to do it a little better, but I dont know for sure.
The only SAFE sites I know to post on are tryst.link, afterdarkads.com skipthegames.com, and escort alligator. Slixa.com I am hearing a LOT of things from my former coworkers at BP... slixa is supposed to be compromised... but I dont know that for sure, and frankly dont want to start MORE rumors... I dont like the site from a clients perspective much... from a advertisers perspective its ok. They do great marketing.
Tryst is gonna have problems because they are acting like they are in control... telling you what you cant say in your ads that offends them (everyone so offended these days) like now you cant refuse to see AA in your tryst ad. Total bullshit.
afterdarkads.com is free and they are really serious about keeping fake posters of the site. That is huge to me, same with Tryst.link ... they are really committed to verification of every user, although they are far from free...
both afterdarkads and tryst and skip the games are all getting AWESOME reviews on usasexguide.info and in a few other boards.
yesbackapge is hopefully done... I hope that fucker gets a disease and dies... but in the mean time, almost 100% of the ads are all fake... soon the clients will realize it... if enough of you spread the word.. it will die. Dont waste your money competing with fake ads!
another thing that sucks about what yesbackpage and all the other sites are doing is it scares off clients... these guys are lookin for real posts from real sexworkers... when 99 out of 100 ads are all fake, designed to collect cell numbers or emails... or direct you to fake cam sites and other shit... they stop searching like this... I know a LOT of agencies and pimps are all sayign business is booming because sexworkers are being FORCED to come back to them to book calls.
support the sites that support the community guys... not the ones that exploit you and fuck you over.
n the end what I really know about this industry... you need to advertise on as many LEGIT and safe sites as you can... every ad dollar you spend needs to be an investment that brings a positive return... be careful posting on sites that charge but screw you over... and just be careful period... there are a lot of shitty people out there , and they love hurting sexworkers.
be safe and be well all!
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  1. 11193 points, 116 submissions: dEBRUYNE_1
    1. 'Monero in many respects is closer to what Bitcoin was intended to be than Bitcoin itself' - binaryFate (245 points, 61 comments)
    2. "It was a huge misstep that Satoshi’s original design has weak privacy. It set in stone an expectation that digital assets must have worse privacy than cash. Didn’t have to be this way." - Udi Wertheimer ‏ (215 points, 61 comments)
    3. 'Privacy should not be optional (and that’s why we made it a default).' - Firefox (214 points, 24 comments)
    4. Monero receives 'not a security' rating (best possible rating) by Crypto Rating Council (joint council created by Coinbase, Kraken, Circle/Poloniex, Bittrex, Paxos/itBit, Cumberland, Genesis and Grayscale) (214 points, 30 comments)
    5. GUI v0.14.1.0 'Boron Butterfly' (with Ledger Nano X and Trezor Model T support) released! (213 points, 243 comments)
    6. 'Apple CEO Tim Cook says privacy isn't a feature that should be built into products after the fact' (212 points, 39 comments)
    7. "you’ve been asking... we finally delivered! $XMR is live in [Exodus] Eden version 19.2.2" (202 points, 68 comments)
    8. The Bitcoin.com Exchange has listed Monero (190 points, 73 comments)
    9. Preliminary information thread regarding the scheduled protocol upgrade of November 30 (183 points, 141 comments)
    10. GUI v0.15.0.1 'Carbon Chamaeleon' released! (177 points, 278 comments)
  2. 3214 points, 41 submissions: SamsungGalaxyPlayer
    1. Some generous donor(s) topped off ALL of the proposals in funding required! (193 points, 38 comments)
    2. Tentative Monero 0.15 Release Schedule (162 points, 51 comments)
    3. Monero: Monero Adds Blockchain Pruning and Improves Transaction Efficiency (143 points, 23 comments)
    4. Logs from the 2.5 hr dev meeting on Monero's PoW (124 points, 124 comments)
    5. New logo for the Monero Community Workgroup YouTube channel, courtesy of u/anhdres! (119 points, 19 comments)
    6. Announcing the "Beware of Bitcoin" campaign for Mastering Monero (117 points, 98 comments)
    7. Preliminary support for Monero on BTCPayServer has been merged! (116 points, 19 comments)
    8. OpenBazaar dev call tomorrow discussing proof of concept for Monero integration (111 points, 21 comments)
    9. "Linking Anonymous Transactions via Remote Side-Channel Attacks" - Now-Fixed Network Analysis Attacks on Monero and Zcash (102 points, 50 comments)
    10. Monero added to Exodus mobile (100 points, 33 comments)
  3. 3157 points, 32 submissions: OsrsNeedsF2P
    1. Alright everybody pack it up. US Attorney General says encryption creates a security risk; if your wallet requires a password to unlock, you're doing acts that are used by terrorists, and it's time to stop. (317 points, 56 comments)
    2. What a shame Monero isn't included ¯_(ツ)_/¯ (254 points, 47 comments)
    3. Linus Tovalds believes processor vendors are approaching the end of Moore's Law, and optimization of code is going to be needed to increase performance (245 points, 61 comments)
    4. Fluffypony Appreciation Thread (199 points, 62 comments)
    5. IRS wants to subpoena Google, Apple & Microsoft to see if users have downloaded cryptocurrency related applications (190 points, 96 comments)
    6. Soon ™ (151 points, 55 comments)
    7. Privacy matters: Bitpay donations to Hong Kong Free Press not going through (141 points, 20 comments)
    8. IBM, MIT and Elliptic release world’s largest labeled dataset of bitcoin transactions to help identify "Bad Actors" (119 points, 22 comments)
    9. Celebrating 10 years of Tails (114 points, 5 comments)
    10. Former CTO of Purism, the developers of the Librem 5 Linux mobile phone, notes the PR momentum they got with GNOME, Matrix, and Monero (96 points, 12 comments)
  4. 2106 points, 29 submissions: ErCiccione
    1. Church Of Monero: Enough is enough - How the leader of the Church tried to fool the community to make look like the Church is organizing the Monero Konferenco and even adding his own Monero address on the flyer (166 points, 268 comments)
    2. [URGENT]Call for translators! - We have two days to submit as many translations as possible for the next release of the GUI wallet! We need your help! (123 points, 46 comments)
    3. Monero translators, we need you to make one final sprint! The code freeze is imminent. (112 points, 15 comments)
    4. 2 new projects joined the Monero Ecosystem! MoneroBox, a plug-and-play, zero-configuration Monero full node and Monero-Javascript, Monero wallet and daemon JavaScript API (107 points, 12 comments)
    5. PSA: We've posted an announcement regarding the potentially compromised CLI binaries on getmonero.org (101 points, 47 comments)
    6. New language for Monerujo: Esperanto! Will be available in next release (97 points, 6 comments)
    7. Monero Python - A comprehensive Python module for handling Monero cryptocurrency, has officially joined the Monero Ecosystem Project! (94 points, 12 comments)
    8. Getmonero.org is now available in German! (89 points, 16 comments)
    9. Getmonero.org updated: New user friendly download page, Welcome video in Brazilian Portuguese, 5 new merchants accepting Monero and more (76 points, 12 comments)
    10. My last proposal as coordinator of the Localization Workgroup has ended. A recap, some updates, plans for the future of the internationalization of Monero and a huge thanks (73 points, 22 comments)
  5. 1257 points, 14 submissions: xmrhaelan
    1. A response to the Reuters article about Monero (183 points, 28 comments)
    2. CoinDesk research shows Monero is #4 by Reddit post volume community metrics. Kudos to you all! (172 points, 57 comments)
    3. A response to Coinbase regarding their criticism of Monero’s approach to PoW security (171 points, 91 comments)
    4. Graphic idea for Boron Butterfly release, courtesy of Monero Outreach (170 points, 36 comments)
    5. PSA: Seeking Volunteer Reviewers for PoW RandomX (104 points, 55 comments)
    6. PSA: Mine Monero to Support the Network (77 points, 80 comments)
    7. Looking for ways to help, volunteer, or contribute to the Monero community? Look no further! (70 points, 20 comments)
    8. SWOT Analysis of Monero [draft] (59 points, 35 comments)
    9. Monero Konferenco Press Release (55 points, 9 comments)
    10. A Simplified Guide to Monero Wallets, from Monero Outreach (40 points, 9 comments)
  6. 1220 points, 9 submissions: geonic_
    1. Monero is second only to Bitcoin in terms of number of commits for the past 4 years! (269 points, 59 comments)
    2. Joe Weisenthal (Bloomberg): Until true anonymity (or near anonymity) is developed into Bitcoin, it's still incomplete, and not delivering on its promise. Without anonymity, there's no censorship resistance, and no store of value. (173 points, 38 comments)
    3. Nick Szabo puts Monero on an equal footing with Bitcoin: “deeply safe Bitcoin & Monero” (170 points, 41 comments)
    4. Chainalysis: Bitcoin is the most popular cryptocurrency accepted on dark markets, followed by Monero. Dark web spending to reach $1B this year. (150 points, 39 comments)
    5. BTC maximalist QOTD: “If you send me bitcoin, I would prefer if you used coinjoin first. I would prefer to not know the history of your sats. Don't put that liability on me. Thanks.” (142 points, 45 comments)
    6. Peter Todd wishes Bitcoin had perpetual inflation -- 2140 is much closer than you think (101 points, 89 comments)
    7. nopara73, creator of Wasabi Wallet: "Compared to privacy coins Wasabi is just a temporary hack. I think without Confidential Transactions, as the transaction fees grow, privacy will be priced out of Bitcoin's main chain." (95 points, 48 comments)
    8. Scott Stornetta, inventor of the first blockchain: “When I first read the Bitcoin white paper I thought [...] there’s no privacy at all here! What you’ve got is a completely traceable record of what’s going on.” @12:00 (68 points, 17 comments)
    9. Let's discuss: is Monero a privacy tool (i.e. Tor, CoinJoin, etc.) or a secure layer one protocol (https)? how aligned is it with Bitcoin ideologically (consider current vs original Bitcoin ideology)? is Monero's blockchain a temporary solution? (52 points, 27 comments)
  7. 1186 points, 12 submissions: hyc_symas
    1. RandomX Audit Status (148 points, 29 comments)
    2. RandomX Status Update (134 points, 82 comments)
    3. RandomX Audit Status - Final (130 points, 54 comments)
    4. RandomX Audit Status (116 points, 9 comments)
    5. RandomX Audit Status (110 points, 24 comments)
    6. RandomX testnet (99 points, 23 comments)
    7. Blockchain Growth stats (87 points, 26 comments)
    8. RandomX Auditor Selection (86 points, 47 comments)
    9. CCS: RandomX Audit now in Funding Required (78 points, 45 comments)
    10. RandomX Audit Funding Request (76 points, 14 comments)
  8. 1171 points, 13 submissions: Thunderosa
    1. Blend in the Crowd with Carbon Chamaeleon v0.15.0.0 (161 points, 25 comments)
    2. @monero Twitter banner (141 points, 25 comments)
    3. A little Christmas card for my favorite freaks. Happy Holidays! (136 points, 4 comments)
    4. Boron Butterfly ASCII (117 points, 23 comments)
    5. Monero Torch (111 points, 73 comments)
    6. Konferenco funding! (105 points, 19 comments)
    7. supportxmr-gui Update - Twice the features, half the size. All vanilla. (98 points, 15 comments)
    8. Happy 5th (70 points, 16 comments)
    9. Explore the expert speakers and important topics of Monero Konferenco 2019! (57 points, 11 comments)
    10. RandomX - Monero and Arweave to Validate New Proof-of-Work Algorithm (52 points, 12 comments)
  9. 1129 points, 14 submissions: pinkphloid
    1. [NEWS] CAKE WALLET for Monero has crossed 20,000 unique installs on iOS. (123 points, 69 comments)
    2. [PUBLIC BETA] Cake Wallet for Monero is now available on Android! (104 points, 48 comments)
    3. Going to the Monero Konferenco? Don’t miss MoneroTalk’s party Saturday night Casa De Monero! It’s THE party of the weekend! (99 points, 13 comments)
    4. [UPDATE] Cake Wallet version 3.1.7, now with Address book, Back-up to iCloud and other locations, and BCH is back in the exchange! (92 points, 70 comments)
    5. [UPDATE] Cake Wallet version 3.1.17 with Hidden balance mode plus other new useful features! (90 points, 16 comments)
    6. Cake Wallet is hiring! (88 points, 14 comments)
    7. If you like using Cake Wallet, please vote! Thank you 🙏🏼🙏🏼 (87 points, 20 comments)
    8. NYC Monero meetup featuring guest speaker Justin Ehrenhofer of XMR Community Work Group. - by Cake Wallet and Monero Talk (82 points, 10 comments)
    9. [UPDATE] Cake Wallet - Version 3.1.20 Black Forest Cake Edition (73 points, 23 comments)
    10. Cake Wallet (small news) - we have acquired the domain cakewallet.com! (67 points, 16 comments)
  10. 1054 points, 13 submissions: jman76358
    1. Monero receives A rating (194 points, 43 comments)
    2. Exodus Wallet now supports Monero (128 points, 38 comments)
    3. I tell a lot of people about Monero who don't know anything about crypto and they instantly get it. They ask me the same thing over and over, so why do people still use Bitcoin? (127 points, 119 comments)
    4. How trustyworthy is the Cake wallet for iOS? (80 points, 43 comments)
    5. Why don't other coin devs like talking about fungibility? They seem to shrug it off even though it's a necessary component to being a currency. (77 points, 85 comments)
    6. Any idea what's going on with the Official Monero Twitter page? (67 points, 33 comments)
    7. Should Quantum Resistance research for XMR be started soon? I would love to see what the great minds of the dev community could come up with ! (64 points, 55 comments)
    8. The End of Mainstream Privacy is Upon Us (62 points, 28 comments)
    9. Non-KYC exchanges coming to an end, even for small amounts. DEX with Monero as main coin when? (57 points, 18 comments)
    10. I find it funny that people think the gov doesn’t want people to use bitcoin, trust me , they’re estatic that people want to voluntarily be tracked and surveilled. (55 points, 45 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. dEBRUYNE_1 (9070 points, 1572 comments)
  2. OsrsNeedsF2P (5373 points, 757 comments)
  3. hyc_symas (2954 points, 332 comments)
  4. gingeropolous (2345 points, 313 comments)
  5. SamsungGalaxyPlayer (1897 points, 271 comments)
  6. rbrunner7 (1844 points, 299 comments)
  7. spirtdica (1835 points, 544 comments)
  8. pebx (1596 points, 318 comments)
  9. SarangNoether (1244 points, 115 comments)
  10. Same_As_It_Ever_Was (1234 points, 248 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. VLC accepts XMR for donations. Owner has turned down millions to keep it open source and ad-free. by tempMonero123 (468 points, 34 comments)
  2. Monero’s New Mascot by deepdarksea (433 points, 33 comments)
  3. Monero fashion spotted in the wild by Peterb88 (406 points, 34 comments)
  4. Found this in Basel, Switzerland. Then bought 0.968745 with no ID. by _0_1 (395 points, 120 comments)
  5. Bye-bye ASIC's! :-) by TheFuzzStone (357 points, 167 comments)
  6. Art by me by nikitko13 (328 points, 58 comments)
  7. Analysis: More than 85% of the current Monero Hashrate is ASICs and each machine is doing 128 kh/s by MoneroCrusher (324 points, 427 comments)
  8. Hi guys, long time no see 😁 this is what I do when not painting. Tools are printed on 3D printer. by cryptopaintings (322 points, 47 comments)
  9. Alright everybody pack it up. US Attorney General says encryption creates a security risk; if your wallet requires a password to unlock, you're doing acts that are used by terrorists, and it's time to stop. by OsrsNeedsF2P (317 points, 56 comments)
  10. India's ban could be Monero's boon by whotookmycrypto (313 points, 60 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 175 points: MoneroTipsBot's comment in Soon ™
  2. 139 points: MoneroCrusher's comment in Analysis: More than 85% of the current Monero Hashrate is ASICs and each machine is doing 128 kh/s
  3. 132 points: jonaemahina's comment in Kidnappers demand Monero ransom for wife of one of the Richest men in Norway.
  4. 116 points: leonardochaia's comment in Monero's Fluffypony reveals why he stepped down
  5. 111 points: katiecharm's comment in Tax Ramifications of Buying Coffee with Cryptocurrency
  6. 102 points: AlexAnarcho's comment in Kidnappers demand Monero ransom for wife of one of the Richest men in Norway.
  7. 100 points: fluffyponyza's comment in Fluffypony Appreciation Thread
  8. 96 points: Same_As_It_Ever_Was's comment in [Moderation Announcement] Religion related posts are now considered off-topic and will be removed
  9. 94 points: Flenst's comment in Security Warning: CLI binaries available on getmonero.org may have been compromised at some point during the last 24h.
  10. 93 points: moneroh's comment in Name Monero 0.14!
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Why Cryptocurrency is Failing at Adoption - We're Giving Control Back to Banks, Corporations, and Government

Why Cryptocurrency is Failing at Adoption

Cryptocurrency has come a long way in a short amount of time. That said, one area I think cryptocurrency is falling short is adoption. By adoption I mean people buying things from stores, people buying things online, and people conducting transactions between themselves ie I pickup dinner for a buddy and he pays me back with say Litecoin for example.
Now I'm not saying this is a small feat, the concept of getting people to change their entire worldview on money and commerce is a tall task. That said, until we see greater adoption and use of cryptocurrency, it remains nothing more than something we can speculate and gamble on. The utility is there, but if that utility is not being used, it's just something to speculate on and nothing more.
Now before you start thinking I'm being overly critical of crypto, I'm one of cryptos biggest cheerleaders. I'm self employed and work full-time in e-commerce. One of my businesses is considered "high risk" by the merchant processing industry and therefore it's very difficult to get credit card processing. I had to contact over 300 processors to find one who would take me on, even then I had to jump through hoops to get accepted, and I pay 7% for processing when your average business pays 2.9% or even substantially lower, so I have a personal use case for crypto in my business, the problem is not enough of my customers are willing to pay in crypto.

Where is Crypto Falling Short?

So you may be asking okay smart guy, where have we gone wrong?
With cryptocurrency the beauty of it is that there's no central authority, however that's also a shortfall as there's not necessarily one person to give direction, and when things do fall short there's nobody to blame but "they" or "we", basically the community itself, so this makes it challenging to make changes.
Here's where I feel cryptocurrency has fallen short at adoption...

Crypto Debit Cards

Crypto debit cards were way overhyped. I get it, people are used to using debit cards so tying crypto into debit cards makes it familiar and makes it more usable to many people. That said, as we've seen, when you have a Visa or Mastercard logo on the front of a credit or debit card that puts all the power back into Visa and Mastercards hands.
All the benefits of crypto ie anonymity, no chargebacks, no rules about what can and can't be sold, no holds or reserves, all these things go out the window as soon as Visa and Mastercard get involved. We've seen this happen time and time again when we hear stories about Visa and Mastercard shutting down various crypto debit cards.
Also on a KYC and compliance front, there's often rules such as you can only load $500 or $1,000 onto a debit card without providing name, address, ID, social, etc.
While I'm not saying crypto debit cards are completely pointless, they aren't the answer to mass adoption as they remove nearly all the benefits of cryptocurrency, I may as just be using my regular debit card. I think the community fucked up making these things seem like the best new thing since sliced bread.

Focusing on Merchant Processing Instead of Payment Gateways

I'm sure you guys have heard of Bitpay and Coinbase's crypto merchant processing programs. You use a third party company like Bitpay or Coinbase to accept crypto on your behalf. This kind of goes back to the problem above, introducing third parties.
The whole point of cryptocurrency is getting rid of third parties and intermediaries who tack on fees and try to control you and make rules for you. By using a third party processor were back to the problem of introducing unwanted third parties.
The point of cryptocurrency is to be direct payments from consumer to merchant. Now I realize that some companies sell products with a hard cost and can't be subject to the volitility of crypto.
We'll take someone selling DSLR cameras for example, if they buy a Canon SL2 for $500 and they sell it for $700 that leaves a $200 profit. That said if they accept crypto as payment and they accept $700 worth of Bitcoin, and don't sell it right away, it's possible that the camera they paid $500 for, they now only have $400 in Bitcoin for the payment, because of that volatility.
Because of that I think it's understandable that some merchants will need to use a merchant processing company to immediately convert crypto to fiat, or at least a portion of each transaction to at least cover their hard costs.
On the flip side however someone who is selling digital products which have no hard cost, they can afford the volatility since they won't necessarily be losing money. Imagine I create digital wallpappers and sell them online. The cost to create them is my time, and whether I sell 1 of them, or whether I sell 1,000 of them, it's not really costing me anymore money to sell more so I can afford a bit more volatility.
Here's what it basically boils down to though. We need more Payment Gateways and not Merchant Processors. So what's the difference? A Merchant Processor is like Paypal or Stripe. They collect the money from the customer, and then a day or so later issue it to you. They are actually holding the funds. Because of this they have to follow KYC policies, they need to be registered as an Money Transmitter or Money Services business, and they are also required to offer chargebacks. It's for these reasons that they often have such stringent rules and high fees.
In the world of eCommerce when we bring in a third party, in a large way that kind of defeats the point of cryptocurrency.
So Coinbase rolled out a new service called Coinbase Commerce. I havn't personally used it, but from the research I've done it seems that this is a payment gateway and not a merchant processor. I say this because the money goes to your own wallet where you control the keys. Coinbase never touches that money, they simply offer the software that allows it to be sent and which helps you on the backend of your SHopify store matchup a payment on the site to a transaction on the blockchain.
This solves a huge problem. A while back I tried to accept crypto through a Shopify store and there was no good way to do it. It wans't streamlined or automated. I would have to add a custom payment option. The customer would then have to say I want to pay with Bitcoin. I would need to e-mail them to give them an address to send to. They would have to send me the Bitcoin at which point I would then have to manually check the transaction on the blockchain to make sure it was actually sent and to make sure the amount was correct, and then I could ship their product.
This process was not convenient or easy on myself or my customer. What Coinbase Commerce does from my understanding is pretty much automate and streamline this whole process. This means my customer and I don't need to talk with one another just to make a simple crypto transaction, the whole process is automated, and I can easily see that the customer has made payment through my Shopify store. If my understanding of Coinbase Commerce is correct this also means that at no point during this process does Coinbase actually touch the money.
The beauty of Coinbase never touching the money is that they aren't a money transmitter or a money services business. They don't have to follow rules about chargebacks, they don't have to track my business and issue a 1099 at the end of the year, and they don't have to place rules on what I can and can't sell, that's completely on me.
I think this is what crypto needs more of. We need more payment gateways and less merchant processors. Merchant Processors while they do serve an important role for businesses with hard costs, for other businesses they just get in the way and have too many costs and too many rules.

Conclusion

I guess my point is this. Cryptocurrency is unique to money and payment processing. We need to embrace this uniqueness and take advantage of the lack of power and control it allows corporations and government.
To date most of the adoption of crypto I have seen is nothing more than partnering with and giving power back to banks, credit card companies, and merchant processing companies.
*** I neglected to add something about Litepay. Litepay came to a screetching halt before it even began because it relied top much on the current banking system allowing it. Only a registered business can accept Litepay where as with stripe or paypal anyone can start as a soleprop today in minutes
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The History, The Current State And The Future Of NavCoin

The History, The Current State And The Future Of NavCoin

This is it. If you're interested to see what NAV is all about, this is the ultimate guide for you. You will learn about the history of NavCoin and how it evolved. You will learn about the current state and features of NavCoin and you will learn about the exciting new features that are planned and coming up in the (near) future.
So buckle up, this is going to be a long ride!

Table Of Content


Introduction - What is NavCoin?


The History

Introduction
The following chapter will summarize and break down the history of NavCoin in a few sentences. NAV started a long time ago, went through rebrandings and changes of the core team before it became what it is today.

SummerCoin
NavCoin was initially first introduced under the name SummerCoin on April 23 in 2014. SummerCoin was a fork of the Bitcoin blockchain. It used to have a PoW/PoS hybrid algorithm with a block time of 45 seconds.

SummerCoinV2 /NavajoCoin
Soon after the initial launch of SummerCoin, the original developer left and SoopY (soopy452000 on bitcointalk) took over as the main developer and rebranded the project to SummerCoinV2 respectively NavajoCoin and introduced new features.
The name NavajoCoin was chosen in honor of the Navajo Code Talker. The unbreakable Navajo code was used to encrypt highly classified military information and commands and decrypt the same in WW II.
SoopY introduced a technology which allowed sending transactions anonymously and private. This technology was called "Navajo Anonymous Technology". SoopY also released a new wallet and set the Proof of Stake rewards at 10% for the first year, 5% for the second year and 2% for every year after.

NavCoin
On August 12, 2014, Craig (current lead core developer, pakage on bitcointalk) started to get involved with NAV by helping to set up a website [10].
It was officially announced that Craig joined the core team as a "Wallet & Web Developer" on November 06, 2014.
The last tokenswap and restart of the blockchain of NAV happened on May 12, 2016.
Soon later, SoopY stopped showing up and Craig stepped into the role of the lead core developer. Since then, Craig has assembled a strong team with which he built NavCoin into what it is today.
Currently, Craig and the NavCoin Core team is located in New Zealand and they are actively developing many ground-braking features which differentiate NAV from other cryptocurrencies. You will read more about that later in this article.

The Current State

Introduction
The year 2018 has been a thriving year for the NavCoin ecosystem. Despite the USD price of NAV not reflecting it, in 2018 the core team has developed a whole bunch of new features. Also the core content creators published the first official guidelines that function as an orientation guide for community content creators. This chapter will give you an overview of the current team, the features, the prior mentioned guidelines and the community of NavCoin.

Core Team [1]
Last year, the core team has grown alot. It contains of developers, content creators and interns. The core team are employees of Encrypt S, the New Zealand's leading blockchain R&D lab. Encrypt S is developing blockchain solutions since 2014 and values building open-source software highly.

Craig MacGregor - Chief Executive Officer
Craig is the CEO of Encrypt S and the founder of NavCoin. He is one of the world's most experienced blockchain developers. Craig founded NavCoin in 2014 and is developing software for it since then. He has assembled a strong team of like-minded people. Craig also speaks at seminars and conferenced. Some of the companies and conferences he did blockchain education sessions at are Oracle, Xero, Air New Zealand, Blok Tex and trademe. Together with the team, he is also doing a education series on YouTube where he explains upcoming features in-depth for the community.

Alex Vazquez - Chief Technical Officer
Alex is the CTO of Encrypt S and the most active contributor to the NavCoin core Github. He has incredible knowledge of blockchains and proposes and implements solutions for challenges and features. He supports community developers frequently and answers any questions of the community thoroughly. Like Craig, Alex is developing software for the NavCoin ecosystem for a very long time. Alex speaks at universities at times and educates students about the blockchain technology.

Paul Sanderson - Lead Software Engineer
Paul is the Lead Software Engineer at Encrypt S. He has a flair for technology. His technical and management skills are perfectly suited for consultancy and investment advising. He also frequently contributes to the NavCoin core source code.

Rowan Savage - Senior Software Engineer
Rowan is a full stack software engineer with more than a decade experience in developing complex front-end web applications. He joined Encrypt S in February 2018 and has since been involved in the Valence Plattform, the Kauri Wallet and NavCoin Core. You will read more about these feature/projects later.

Carter Xiao - Lead UX/UI Designer
Carter specializes in user-centric design and is also very talented with 3D animation, motion graphics and programming. One of NavCoins core principle is "Simplifying Crypto" and UX/UI is a very important part of that.

Matt Paul - Software Engineer
Like Rowan, Matt is a full stack Software Engineer. He joined the core team in Mai 2017 and has since worked on NavPay, NavPi, the Kauri Wallet and NavCoin Core. Kieren Hyland - Chief Strategy Officer Kieren is one of the employees that are working for Encrypt S for a very long time. He is the CSO and is a digital strategist and growth hacker with a passion for new technology and has a lot of experience in online marketing. Laura Harris - Creative Director Laura has a combination of commercial and creative flair. She manages the social media accounts for NavCoin and ensures, that NavCoins' message is always powerful, relevant and distinctive. John Darby - Content Creator John is an internationally awarded Technology and Financial sector marketing communications specialist. He is one of the Core Content Creators for NavCoin.

Features of NavCoin [2]
The following features are currently available and have been developed in the last months and years. It is sorted from newest to oldest.

Static Block Reward
The soft-fork for the enabling of static block rewards have been accepted and became active recently at 5th January 2019. This means, that the block reward was changed from a percentage based reward to a static reward. This will incentivize the stakers to have their node online 24/7 which increased the security of the network. It also aligns NavCoin with the PoSv3 specification. With this implementation, the yearly inflation will be 3.6% currently and will exponentionally decrease because of the static value of the rewards. Every staked block will now give the staker 2 NAV. Depending on how many people are staking, the yearly percentage varies. With the network weight currently being around 20'000'000 NAV, stakers earn around 10% rewards from staking 24/7.

Cold staking
To provide extra security to participants in the staking process in the NavCoin network, the core team decided to implement cold staking. This allows to store NAV offline and still be able to sign staking inputs. Looking forward, a possible integration into the Ledger Nano S would mean, that one can stake NAV securely from a offline hardware wallet. How cool is that?

OpenAlias
One of the core principle of NAV is to simplify cryptocurrencies. Many non-technical people are deterred from the long, cryptic addresses used in wallets. When sending funds, you have to make sure that every single letter and digit is correct which is nerve-wracking for the average person. NavCoin has implemented OpenAlias, which allows to transform the wallet address into a email-like form. Everyone can register a name like "[[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])". Funds can then be sent to this name, which makes sending crypto much easier and less error-prone.

Community Fund
This is the one big feature I was most excited about. NavCoin core has implemented the first fully decentralized community fund. Acceptance of proposals and release of funds is all approved by the decentralized network. No central authority has access to the fund. The community fund enables everyone to propose their ideas to the NavCoin community and to get paid to implement these ideas. Everyone can propose whatever they like (of course there is a higher rate of success if the proposal contributes to the NavCoin ecosystem ;-)). In fact, this article was sponsored by the NAV-Community by voting "yes" for my proposal. The fund works like this:
For a fee of 50 NAV, everyone can create and present his idea/proposal to the entire NavCoin network. The fee is here to help prevent spam attacks. Proposals can literally be anything - be it development, marketing or anything else you can some up with.
After creating the proposal, everyone contributing to the NavCoin network can then decide if they like the proposal of not. They vote with "Yes" or "No" for the acceptance of the proposal. Voting happens via staking. Every transaction that gets validated by you gives you one vote. This means that the more NAV you are staking, the higher your voting weight is.
The proposal stays in the state "Pending" until it is accepted or rejected. To be accepted, a proposal has to have a participation of at least 50% of all staked blocks and at least 75% of these votes have to be "Yes"-votes. Like-wise to be rejected a proposal need 50% participation of the network and 75% of these votes have to be "No"-votes. Additionally, if a proposal didn't pass after 6 voting cycles (about 6 weeks) it is also rejected.
After a proposal has been accepted, the creator of the proposal can start his work. When the work is finished, or at in the proposal defined checkpoints, the proposal creator can create a payment request for the full or part of the requested funds.
The NavCoin network can then again decide, if the work is what the creator promised to do and vote for the funds or reject the payment request because it was not what he promised. This mechanism ensures, that the funds are only release if the creator of the proposal did what he promised. The NavCoin network decides everything, there is no central authority which makes the community fund 100% decentralized.
The community fund is quite new but there have already been some proposals that were accepted like paying for the development & hosting of NAV block explorer, the creation and distribution of NAV car stickers to the community for free (or paid by the community fund), the funding of interns for NavCoin Core, translation of the website into other languages and YouTube videos. What ideas could you come up with? By the way: this article was also sponsored by the community fund :-)

Proof of Stake
Like said before, NavCoin uses the Proof of Stake algorithm to create and validate blocks. Participants of the NavCoin network can earn rewards by putting their coins to stake and thus validating blocks and securing the network. The reward used to be 4% fixed but recently changed with the implementation of PoSv3. Currently, rewards for stakers that are staking 24/7 is about 10% but it is dependent on how many people are staking. If more nodes come online, this reward will go down. If 90% of all NAVs would be at stake, stakers would still earn 4%.

Tutorials And Guidelines [3]
The NavCoin Core team pushes the community to contribute to the NavCoin ecosystem constantly. They emphasize that NavCoin is an open source project and everyone can contribute. The team tries to make it as easy as possible for the average person to contribute and thus created different tutorials and guidelines.

Tutorials To Contribute To The Website
The whole website is open source. Everyone can contribute to the website. The team created different guides for people to follow [4].

The NavCoin Developer Manifesto
The content creator core team has build a developer manifesto. It defines the values that should be uphold like for example that they will always operate in the best interest of the network. If defines the principles, purposes, scope of involvement and operational requirements [5].

The NavCoin Content Creation Manifesto
Similar to the developer manifesto, there is also a content creation manifesto. Again it defines the principles for creating content, the purpose, the scope of involvement and the operational requirements [6].

NavCoin Brand Guidelines
In addition to the content creation manifesto, there is also a brand guideline booklet. This should help content creators to create images, videos, articles etc. in the same style as the core team. It defines the NAV brand. The brand guidelines contain definitions, the language to use (words to use, words not to use), the tone of voice, what the community aspires to be and what we discourage to be. It also contains the logo pack which can be used in graphics etc. It describes correct logo spacing, logo placement, the colors of NAV and different web assets. It gives tips about gradients and overlays, the typefaces (with a font pack) and many more. Check it out yourself [7].

NavCoin Educational Series
The core team has decided to actively involve the community in the creation of new features. For this reason and to allow users to ask questions, they created the NavCoin Educational Series. The core team schedules an online live meetup which can be joined by everyone. On YouTube they do live-streams and explain upcoming features. Examples of these series are explanations for cold staking, static rewards (PoSv3) and the community fund. The community can ask questions live and the core team will answer them immediately.

Community
During the last year there have been an influx of software developers from the community starting to create features for NAV.

navexplorer.com
An examples is navexplorer.com which is programmed by community developer prodpeak and is a block explorer for NavCoin. Additionally, it functions as a interface to see what is going on in the community fund. It shows pending proposals and payment requests.

NEXT Wallet
The NEXT Wallet is an alternative wallet for NAV and other cryptocurrencies. It has a beautiful user interface and is additionally the easiest interface to interact with the community fund (create proposals, create payment requests and vote for proposals and payment requests). It is programmed by community developer sakdeniz who put hundreds of hours into it during last year.

There were also some marketing activities starting to emerge with the release of the community fund. Some of these were for example free stickers for everyone in the NAV community to stick to their car / shop / window etc. or YouTube videos of CryptoCandor and Cryptomoonie that explained the details of NAV. I am sure, that with the 500'000 NAV available in the community fund per year there will be an influx of gread ideas - development as well as marketing activities - that will be funded.

The Future

Introduction
These features are planned for the future. Many of the following features are part of the 2019 roadmap. Some will not be described in great detail because not much is known about them yet. I've still listed them as they are part of what is yet to come.

Features
Rimu - Improved Privacy Solution
NavCoin used to be a optional privacy coin. That means, that you could choose to send a transaction in private. NavCoin was criticized for the way it handles private payments because it relied on a few servers which didn't make it that decentralized. The technology was called "NavTech" and was a secondary blockchain that obscured the transaction and the amount that was sent. NavCoin Core is currently developing a new improved privacy solution that will make the private payment system completely trustless and districuted and runs at a protocol level. Alex of the NavCoin Core team has published a paper that describes this new privacy solution. It's called Zero Confidential Transactions and can be found here: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/330366788_ZeroCT_Improving_Zerocoin_with_Confidential_Transactions_and_more. What I want to highlight is the collaboration between Alex as the proposer of the solution and the Veil team, a Bitcoin Core developer and Moneros main cryptographer as reviewers. When the best work together, it will be interesting to see what the outcome is!

Valence Plattform [8]
Valence is an applied Blockchain platform that can help businesses realise the tangible benefits of blockchain. You can think of Valence as a platform with which you can build Anonymous Distributed Applications (aDapps) with. But Valence is a different kind of platform that enables developers to create new types of blockchain applications. The problem with current (turing complete) dApp platforms are their complexity and rigid nature. Security holes in smart contracts and scaling issues happen frequently [9].
Valence provides transitional pathways that let businesses migrate only part of their activities to the blockchain without having to restructure their entire business model [9].
Valence will provide a spectrum of blockchain application solutions which sit along the decentralized spectrum, offering businesses simple ways to dip their toes into the blockchain at minimal risk or complexity [9].
Thanks to the proof of stake nature of the Valence blockchain, more of a node's resources can be used for processing and routing application data which makes the platform faster and scalable.
Valence aims to make building blockchain applications as accessible to the general public as WordPress or Squarespace has made building websites.
The developers NavCoin and Valence aim to make Valence extremely easy to work with:
A Valence application could be an open source mobile or web application that submits unencrypted or encrypted data directly to the blockchain. The only configuration necessary for the app developer would be setting up the data structure. Once they've done that they can start writing to the blockchain immediately.
The Valence blockchain interface is language agnostic, meaning developers are free to build applications in whichever language they're familiar with, which greatly reduces the barrier to entry.
As the platform progresses, Valence will introduce more and more smart contract templates in collaboration with the development community. These will be like plugins that users can simply select and configure for their application, without having to reinvent the wheel and risk contract errors or spend countless hours of research to program them.

NavShopper
The following information is taken from the latest weekly news: NavShopper is a new project which will allow people to spend NavCoin on a growing list of retailers and service providers. NavShopper sits between traditional retailers accepting fiat and NavCoin users and purchases products on behalf of the user by managing the crypt-fiat conversion, payment and shipping. This project will unlock many more ways for people to spend NAV on existing websites/marketplaces without requiring each site to individually accept cryptocurrencies. Some of the prototypes we are working on include crediting your Uber account, buying products on Amazon and donating to charities.

Kauri Wallet
The Kauri Wallet aims to be an open-source, multi-currency wallet which functions as a foundation for other features.

Kauri Enhanced
Enhancements to the Kauri Wallet will allow multiple accounts, pin numbers, recurring payments and more.

Kauri DAEx
The Kauri DAEx is a Decentralised Atomic Exchange that utilises the features of the Kauri Wallet and enables users to create safe peer to peer atomic exchanges for any currency supported by the Kauri Wallet. NavDelta NavDelta will be a payment gateway that allows users to spend NAV at any business which accepts currencies supported by the Kauri Wallet. NavMorph NavMorph is a fusion of Rimu and Kauri DAEx and will allow to privately send every cryptocurrency supported by the Kauri Wallet.

Outro

If you have made it this far: Congratulations! You have learned about how NAV evolved, what its current state is and what the future will bring. To sum all up: NavCoin has made incredible progress during last year and released many long awaited features despite the bear market. Many more exciting features are yet to come and it's going to be very interesting to see where we will stand on this day next year.

Giveaway

Unfortunately, the giveaway was not possible in the cryptocurrency-subreddit because of their rules, so I'm doing it here :-) As a surprise, in the next 2 hours I am going to send some NAV to everyone who wants to try out the awesome features and NavPay you read about above.
To get your NAVs, all you have to do is the following:
If you liked the experience, I'd be happy to hear back from you :)

References

[1] https://encrypt-s.com/company/
[2] https://navcoin.org/en/roadmap/
[3] https://navhub.org/get-involved/
[4] https://navhub.org/how-to-guide/
[5] https://navhub.org/assets/NavCoinDeveloperManifesto.pdf
[6] https://navhub.org/assets/NavCoinContentManifesto.pdf
[7] https://navhub.org/assets/NavCoinBrandGuidelines.pdf
[8] https://valenceplatform.org/
[9] https://valenceplatform.org/learn/business-on-the-blockchain-made-easy/
[10] https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=679791.msg8320228#msg8320228
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IPVanish Review - Why its a great VPN

IPVanish is a popular VPN service particularly with Android and Fire TV Stick users, and it makes a very strong claim on its homepage – that it’s the “World’s Best VPN.”
Seen this sort of statement before, right? It’s certainly one of the leading VPN providers out there, but is it really the best VPN overall?
We never take a provider’s word for it, so we decided to put IPVanish to the test – a very extensive one – to see if its claims are to be believed.
We were particularly keen to find out:
How good is IPVanish? Is it safe to use? Is IPVanish very fast? Does it work with Netflix? Is torrenting and P2P allowed? Is it the best VPN app for Firestick? But before we answer each of these (and many more) questions, lets see the pros and cons of IPVanish VPN:
Pros Cons Very impressive speeds Works with Netflix Great for torrenting & Kodi No-logs policy & no IP/DNS/WebRTC leaks User-friendly apps for PC, Mac, iOS, & Android Good server network across 50 countries Won't work with BBC iPlayer, or in China Short refund period Based in privacy-unfriendly US Desktop app could be more user-friendly Works with
Netflix, HBO, Torrenting, Kodi
Available on
Windows Mac Ios Android Linux Price from
$4.87/mo
As you can see IPVanish certainly does have many strengths to shout about.
It’s now time to take a very close look at the attributes and features of each IPVanish app, starting with how fast it is.
Speed & Reliability IPVanish is a consistently fast VPN
IPVanish is a very fast VPN service, with some of the quickest speeds we’ve seen in our tests.
IPVanish didn’t slow down our connection too much, and it is more than fast enough for HD or 4K streaming.
Speed results from our physical location in London (100Mbps fibre optic connection) to a London test server.
Before using IPVanish:
DOWNLOAD Mbps 93.76
UPLOAD Mbps 97.58
PING ms 2
When connected to IPVanish:
DOWNLOAD Mbps 84.13
UPLOAD Mbps 90.33
PING ms 7
Download speed without IPVanish: 93.76Mbps
Download speed with IPVanish: 84.13Mbps
Our download speed loss when IPVanish is running: 10%
Downloads, uploads and latency when using IPVanish are among the best we’ve seen, making this VPN a very smart choice for gamers and torrenters alike.
It’s also one of the most reliable VPN services we’ve seen, providing consistently fast speeds from one test to the next.
Here are the average speeds you can expect when using IPVanish to connect out to various locations around the world (from the UK):
USA: 53Mbps (download) & 37Mbps (upload) Germany: 76Mbps (download) & 81Mbps (upload) Singapore: 25Mbps (download) & 2Mbps (upload) Australia: 24Mbps (download) & 6Mbps (upload) Server Locations Over 40,000 IP addresses across 77 locations
Globe with a blue flag 50 Countries Image of a city landscape 77 Cities Image of a pink marker 40,000+ IP Addresses See all Server Locations IPVanish VPN gives access to more than 1,300 servers worldwide and over 40,000 IP addresses, which is one of the highest numbers of IP addresses we’ve ever seen. This means that you’re unlikely to experience VPN server congestion and slow speeds while connected to IPVanish.
The 50 countries in IPVanish’s VPN server network are well spread-out, including some less common nations like Moldova and the Philippines (in addition to all the typical countries like US, UK, Canada, Australia, and more).
List of IPVanish server locations
IPVanish provides its customers with city-level options in the US (19 cities), UK (4), Canada (3) Australia (2) and Brazil (2).
US-based users can choose from IPVanish servers in:
Central – Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Jackson, Milwaukee, St. Louis East – Ashburn, Atlanta, Boston, Cleveland, Miami, New York West – Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, San Jose, Seattle We’d love to see more city-level selections in Australia – mainly Perth which is located on the West coast – and more server options in South America, where only Brazil and Colombia are served.
The high number of VPN servers in IPVanish’s network is enough to offset these minor complaints, though.
IPVanish is one of the few VPN providers to own its entire (or very close to) server infrastructure, meaning they rent very few servers from third-parties.
Streaming & Torrenting Excellent choice for torrenting & Netflix
Despite IPVanish being one of the fastest VPNs we’ve seen, it’s just not a great VPN for streaming.
Most of IPVanish’s US servers work for Netflix, although it can occasionally take a while to load, but all of its UK servers are currently blocked by BBC iPlayer and according to IPVanish they are not looking to work on fixing this.
If streaming BBC iPlayer is important to you, read through our dedicated guide or take a look at our NordVPN or CyberGhost reviews, two VPN services that work well with BBC iPlayer.
IPVanish has also confirmed it isn’t working with Amazon Prime Video or Hulu at the moment.
Torrenting IPVanish is, however, one of the best VPN services for torrenting we’ve tested, with very fast speeds and a watertight logging policy.
Torrenting is permitted on all of its servers and when we checked for IP/DNS leaks, we found none.
Not to mention that it has a VPN kill switch, but more on this below.
Therefore, we recommend IPVanish VPN for all P2P activity including Kodi for which IPVanish is currently the #1 VPN service.
Bypassing Censorship No good for China
IPVanish is very upfront in saying that the VPN service won’t work in China, despite being equipped with an array of obfuscation tools.
We really appreciate IPVanish’s honesty on this topic. IPVanish also provides a useful list of other countries the VPN won’t work in: you can find this on the support section of the IPVanish website.
List of IPVanish banned countries
IPVanish states that it is “forbidden to do business in”:
Myanmar Cuba Iran North Korea Sudan Syria IPVanish states that its domain, ipvanish.com, is blocked in:
Qatar Saudi Arabia United Arab Emirates (UAE) China Kazakhstan It’s not just IPVanish’s domain that is blocked in these countries, and many users have reported that IPVanish’s apps don’t work either.
If you live or are travelling to a high censorship country then we suggest you consider using VPN services like ExpressVPN or VyprVPN to bypass aggressive internet censors.
Platforms & Devices Works with all major platforms & devices
Apps Windows Logo Windows Mac Logo Mac iOS Logo iOS Android Logo Android Linux Logo Linux Router Logo Router IPVanish has custom VPN apps for all popular mobile and desktop operating systems so you can use them on:
PCs Apple Macs iPhones Android devices You can also setup IPVanish on other devices using manual workarounds (see the ‘Games Consoles & Streaming Devices’ section below).
Games Consoles & Streaming Devices AppleTV Logo AppleTV Amazon Fire TV Logo Amazon Fire TV Chromecast Logo Chromecast Nintendo Logo Nintendo PlayStation Logo PlayStation Roku Logo Roku Xbox Logo Xbox IPVanish is a good VPN to use with gaming consoles and streaming devices.
IPVanish is our number 1 VPN pick for the increasingly popular Amazon Firestick, and it’s super easy to install and use.
You can also use IPVanish on 10 devices at once, which is very generous (the average among the top VPN services is about 5 simultaneous connections).
You can also install IPVanish on your home router so that all your internet traffic at home is protected.
Browser Extensions Unfortunately, IPVanish doesn’t have any VPN browser extensions, which is a shame and one of the very few areas where it seriously lags behind its competitors.
If you want to use a VPN extension with your web browser then take a look at our:
Best VPN extensions for Chrome Best VPN addons for Firefox Encryption & Security One of the safest providers we’ve reviewed
Protocol IKEv2/IPSec
L2TP/IPSec
OpenVPN (TCP/UDP)
PPTP
Encryption AES-256
Security DNS Leak Blocking
First-party DNS
IPV6 Leak Blocking
Supports TCP Port 443
VPN Kill Switch
Advanced features SOCKS
Please see our VPN Glossary if these terms confuse you and would like to learn more.
We believe that IPVanish is one of the most secure and private VPN services available.
IPVanish mainly uses the OpenVPN and IKEv2 protocols and encrypts your online traffic with the ‘unbreakable’ AES-256 cipher, meaning you’re protected at all times. You can also connect using L2TP/IPsec, if you’d prefer.
IPVanish has a VPN kill switch to protect your privacy in case of a connection drop, plus a host of other advanced features to secure your web browsing. This includes SOCKS5 web proxy, which masks your IP address during P2P and VoIP connections – although this doesn’t encrypt traffic.
We also found IPVanish to be extremely safe, and free of IP or DNS leaks in our most recent tests:
IPVanish leak test results from browserleaks.com IPVanish’s leak test results when connected to its Chicago server
Logging Policy No-logs policy makes up for US jurisdiction
IPVanish doesn’t collect any user data at all, making it a no-logs VPN service.
Considering most VPN logging policies track at least server load or login information for maintenance purposes, this is what makes IPVanish a standout VPN for privacy.
In 2016, when under previous management, IPVanish was however found to be collecting logs when it handed information over to US authorities to aid in the prosecution of a user.
Since being acquired a number of times since then, IPVanish has turned things around and we have no longer concerns about its approach to user privacy.
Jurisdiction IPVanish VPN was first released in 2012 by its former US-based owner HighWinds Network Group. IPVanish has since been acquired by StackPath and in 2019 by J2 Global which are both US-based companies.
As you can see IPVanish is, and has always been, operated by companies headquartered in the US, which does have very intrusive surveillance laws and is a member of the Five-Eyes data sharing agreement.
IPVanish being based in the US is largely irrelevant though as its no-logs policy means no identifiable information is collected by the VPN provider.
Ease of Use User-friendly install with lots of advanced features
How to Install & Set Up IPVanish Screenshot of the Windows download button on the IPVanish website Beginning the installation process is as simple as clicking the button to download the relevant software from the site.
Screenshot of the progress of our IPVanish Windows download You can check the progress of the installation here, but it usually only takes a couple of minutes from start to finish.
Screenshot of the completed IPVanish download Once the software is downloaded, you'll see this screen which prompts you to run the IPVanish app.
Screenshot of IPVanish's main dashboard on its Windows app IPVanish main dashboard shows key connection info and permits server selection. We like the nice graph too.
Screenshot of IPVanish's server list in the Windows app Power users will select servers from the main dashboard rather than the server list as it's a slicker experience.
Screenshot of the server location filters in the IPVanish desktop app IPVanish server list view with filters - it's mostly pretty good but not as optimal as using the main dashboard.
Screenshot of the advanced settings in IPVanish's desktop app IPVanish is rich with advanced settings for customizing connections and it's well laid out to boot. Nice!
IPVanish’s desktop VPN apps are perfectly simple to use, even if they could do with a bit of a visual overhaul as they are starting to look a little out-dated.
The advanced privacy settings are also easy to navigate, making IPVanish suited to both VPN beginners and more experienced users.
The mobile IPVanish apps lack a few key features, such as the VPN kill switch, but they do still provide a very good, user-friendly experience.
Customer Support Helpful support with 24/7 live chat
24/7 Email support Online Resources We found IPVanish customer support agents to be friendly and helpful no matter what we asked them about the VPN service.
Thanks to a recent update, IPVanish now also has 24-hour live chat support on its website.
IPVanish also has excellent email support, which provided us with impressively well-written responses, as well as an online FAQ for straightforward solutions to the most common issues.
If for any reason IPVanish isn’t working properly, you should be able to fix it quickly by following these guides.
Pricing & Deals Well worth it for the level of service
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Get 60% off IPVanish's 12-month plan
TestedEnds 22 Aug Get CodeED Terms IPVanish Pricing Plan IPVanish is reasonably priced and affordable. It is neither the cheapest VPN service, nor the most expensive. You can pay for IPVanish monthly or on an annual basis.
$4.87 per month on the 12-month plan is a very good price, especially as it’s 60% cheaper than the standard one-month plan, priced at $11.99.
There’s also a 3-month option for $6.75 per month.
Monthly
US$7.50/mo
Billed $7.50 for the first month Save 38% 3 Months
US$6.75/mo
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Billed $58.49 for the first 12 months Save 60% All plans have 7-day money-back guarantee
Payment & Refund Options The IPVanish seven-day money-back guarantee is 100% no-questions-asked and refunds your money within 10 working days.
Our only issue is with IPVanish’s iOS policy – if you sign up for an IPVanish login via the iOS Store then you don’t qualify for the money back guarantee.
IPVanish only accepts credit cards, debit cards, and PayPal.
Unfortunately neither cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin nor international options like Alipay are currently accepted.
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13 Months of ADOPTION! -- NANO accepted here! (10)

Hi everyone,
Until May 2018 I posted this on a regular basis since the adoption rate was high. Sometimes we had several new entries per day. Then adoption slowed down and also private work slowed me down.
Also, USE NANO, https://usenano.org appeared and took over some of the work.
usenano.org's listings do not fully match this list and vice versa. Both of us would need to invest some work in order to provide a full list. ;-) -- Both lists together should provide a good overview.
Also: A few weeks ago BrainBlocks reported about 2000 merchants using BrainBlocks. In case they are reading here, please let us know.
This said, I am re-publishing The Reddit NANO Directory
Adoption is crucial! Adoption is king!
ATTENTION: The new Reddit design has screwed up the correct counting in here.
If you switch to the old Reddit design, you will realize, that I am able to count from 1 to over 130.
Dear online merchants,
Please state visibly that you accept NANO and I will be glad to link you here. As a customer I would like to learn about this payment option before having worked my way through to checkout. At the same time this is a great opportunity to advertise NANO as a currency ... on more than 130 sites so far!
Examples: 01, 02, 03, 04.
INTRO 1 (Jan 20, 2019)
After 13 months of adoption we are counting at least 155 (update to follow) shops / options to spend NANO.
This means a current growth rate of <1 shop per day.
NANO has been accepted so far in the US, CZ, GER, UK, CAN, AUS, BRA, FRA, AT, NL, TUR, PH, NZ, JP, RU + CW (Curaçao) + HR (Croatia), ITA, GR (Greece), IRL!!
UPDATED COUNTER: 157 shops / options
NANO Media Kit - logos for websites, apps, etc., https://www.reddit.com/nanocurrency/comments/7wh5uz/nano_media_kit_logos_for_websites_apps_etc
NANO Sign, great tool for merchants: http://nanosign.org
NANO Wallpapers, https://www.nano-wallpapers.com
New shop? Please post below or PM me and link me to your NANO sign on your site.
INTRO 2
1) This is the follow-up on https://www.reddit.com/nanocurrency/comments/8lvakf/5_months_of_adoption_nano_accepted_here_9
2) Please also find four other directories here:
a) USE NANO, https://usenano.org
b) Nano Acceptance on Google Maps, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1k8DqkaVf51xNr8l7bCUUQhJ23FJuQmnM&usp=sharing
c) all.things.nano, https://www.allthingsnano.net -- No longer maintained??
d) NANO is FAST, https://nanoisfast.com/websites-accepting-nano-payments
The Reddit NANO Directory
NANO ACCEPTED HERE!, https://nanothings.store/product/nano-accepted-here-window-sticke#
-- Hopefully in correct chronological order. -- Shop at your own risk!
Dec 24, 2017
1) Made by Docs, US, natural toothpaste, https://www.madebydocs.com (Were you #1?)
2) Josh’s Jungle!, US, salts & fresh peppers, https://www.joshjungle.com (Were you #1?)
3) Growing Opportunities International (GO!), US, donations, http://www.growingopportunitiesinternational.org/donate.html (Were you #1?)
4) BlockFevr, closed, https://blockfevr.com/game/dice/XRB
5) RaiGames, US, Social RaiBlocks Gambling, https://raigames.io/ -- (Be careful with gambling!) WARNING: https://www.reddit.com/RaiBlocks/comments/7qgxgl/raigamesdo_not_deposit_rai_warning/
6) deleted
7) smallsound/bigsound, US, guitar pedals, http://www.smallsoundbigsound.com/pay-with-cryptocurrency
8) Medbooks.CZ, CZ, used medical books classifieds, https://www.medbooks.cz
9) Late Apex, US, T-Shirts, mugs, phone cases: https://late-apex-racing.com/pages/home-tracks
Jan 09, 2018
10) Naturkost Leiferde, GER, organic food, http://www.naturkost-leiferde.de
Jan 10, 2018
11) RauchRoad, US, sunglasses, https://rauchroad.com
12) headphones.com, US, headphones, https://www.headphones.com
What this shop has learned from accepting NANO: https://www.reddit.com/nanocurrency/comments/7x3qr1/headphonescom_started_accepting_nano_a_month_ago/
Jan 14, 2018
13) Wild und Frei – Headshop.de, GER, headshop, https://wildundfrei-headshop.de
14) Hitsteps, US, realtime website analytics, https://www.hitsteps.com
15) PexPeppers, US, hot sauce, https://www.pexpeppers.com
16) Rah Straps, CAN, handmade camera straps, http://rahstraps.bigcartel.com
17) The Series One Shop, AUS, parts for real Land Rovers, http://www.seriesoneshop.com
Jan 15, 2018
18) SF BMW CODING; US, BMW coding, https://www.sfbmwcoding.com/now-accepting-raiblocks
19) Scott Mills, US, art, http://scottmillsart.com
20) Desert Island Survival, US, desert island survival courses, http://www.desertislandsurvival.com
21) Sekerka Tomáš, CZ, art, http://sekerkatomas.cz
22) Lindleys Autocentres, UK, car services, https://www.lindleysautocentres.co.uk
23) Imaginaire Digital, UK, web design agency, https://www.imaginaire.co.uk
Source: http://www.nottinghampost.com/news/business/bitcoin-now-being-accepted-payment-1064600
Jan 16, 2018
24) Grow Kit, CAN, grow shop, https://thegrowkit.ca/faq
Jan 21, 2018
25) Half Moon Mods, US, vape shop, https://www.halfmoonmods.com
Jan 23, 2019
26) Vape Club International, Malaysian vape juices and e-liquids, https://vapeclubmy.com
27) deleted
28) Doppel Store, Brasil, online store, https://www.doppelstore.com.br
29) DONGA, France, interior, https://www.donga.fr
30) Cryptodesign, US, cryptocurrency-related artwork, https://cryptodesigns.io
Jan 25, 2018
31) Fermentation Culture, AT, shop for Koji spores, http://www.fermentationculture.eu
32) Irische Nacht, GER, Irish music night, http://www.irische-nacht.rocks
33) Tony's Eliquid Co., US, vape lemonade flavors, https://tonyseliquid.com
34) Love At Every Sight, US, personalized cards and wine labels, https://loveateverysight.com/faq
Jan 26, 2018
35) PPC Protect, US, protection against click fraud, https://ppcprotect.com
36) EDGEWORTH, US, design company, https://edgeworthdesigncompany.com
37) D.o.A-C., Department of Art-Cryptomancy, US, Cryptomancy is, generally, a magical act intended to interface with the blockchain. This is not done simply for financial gain, but in fact more generally: to steward mystical and numinous interactions with the blockchain. http://www.doac.us
Jan 27, 2018
38) ACL CREATIVE STUDIO, US, film and book distribution, branding, editorial design, http://aclcreativestudio.com
Jan 29, 2018
The Copper Hat, CAN, quality wet shaving supplies, https://thecopperhat.ca
Jan 30, 2018
39) Domein-Direct, NL, webhosting & more, http://www.domein-direct.com
Jan 31, 2018
40) WK|END EYEWEAR, US, party sunglasses, https://wkend.club
Feb 2, 2018
41) Crypto Audio Club, US, erphones & erbuds, https://cryptoaudio.club
Feb 5, 2018
42) Brisbane Tech Repairs, AUS, Brisbane's first cryptocurrency friendly IT service!, http://www.brisbanetechrepairs.com
43) Online language teacher, https://www.reddit.com/nanocurrency/comments/7vetnx/i_am_an_online_language_teacher_and_i_accept_nano
44) NanoMerch.net, US, NANO merchandise, http://nanomerch.net
45) Bitcoin Psychic, US, live psychic readings by phone, text and chat, https://bitcoinpsychic.wixsite.com/bitcoinpsychic
Feb 12, 2018
46) LUCKY NANO, US, online poker, https://www.luckynano.com
47) LEYLAND, US, women's activewear, https://www.leyland.com
Feb 13, 2018
48) MEMTO, NL, personally made memorials, http://www.memto.nl
49) GPS Tracking Made Easy, US, GPS tracking devices for regular people and small businesses, https://gpstrackingmadeeasy.com
50) Korbinian Vogt, GER, special photo prints, https://korbinianvogtprint.com
Feb 14, 2108
51) SomaVita, US, ElevatePlus, supplement, https://www.somavitasupplements.com
Feb 16, 2018
52) Textracto, US, turns articles into data, https://textracto.com
53) CUT ALL THE SHIT, US, bullshit-free web hosting company, https://www.cutalltheshit.com
54) AZEWATE, TUR, metalworks shop, https://azewate.com
Feb 18, 2018
55) SLYDEV, AUS, 3D printed nerf accessories, https://www.slydev.com.au
Feb 19, 2018
56) The Milk Road, US, coffee roaster, https://www.milkroadcoffee.com
57) Work for NANO, US, Make It, Sell It And Earn Nano, http://www.workfornano.com
Feb 23, 2018
58) 1up coin, Accept Cryptocurrencies on your Stream! By using Twitch/YouTube, StreamLabs/StreamElements & Coinbase APIs we make it easy for you to accept Cryptocurrency donations!, https://1upcoin.com
59) NanoTwit.ch, NanoTwit.ch is a service for Twitch streamers and their viewers. https://nanotwit.ch
60) NANO THINGS, US, everything NANO, https://nanothings.store
Feb 24, 2018
61) Pure Nootropics, US, pure nootropics, https://www.purenootropics.net
62) STRUCTGLASS, AUS, Australia’s safest structural glass balustrade system, https://structglass.com.au
63) Daniel R. Treccia, US, Innovative Books in Sports Performance and Exercise Immunology, http://danieltreccia.com
Feb 25, 2018
64) Mentevagante, freelance artist and musician, https://www.reddit.com/Art/comments/7zg09v/that_look_ballpoint_pen_15x21/
65) Hamburg Maths Tutors, GER, Hamburg Maths Tutors, http://www.hamburgmathstutors.com
66) Digital Media Design, UK, digital media design, http://iinde.com
67) OB Club, US, non-profit medical marijuana delivery service, https://organicbudclub.com
68) Blade + Brow, US, Korean 6D Nanoblading (;-)), freckling, and hairlines, https://www.bladenbrow.com
69) Voetbal Quiz, NL, online football quizzes (in Dutch), http://www.voetbalquizkopen.nl
70) Cryptogirls, US, sexy shows, http://cryptogirls.live
Feb 26, 2018
71) Guess Winner, sports bets, https://guesswinner.com
March 01, 2018
72) Cryptimber, UK, NANO wood art, https://cryptimber.co.uk
March 02, 2018
73) Wit Working, BRA, coworking space in shared environments, https://www.witworking.com
74) Moriarti Watches, US, watches, https://moriartiwatches.com
75) VPN Into China, VPN service to access chinese websites with ip restrictions in China, https://vpnintochina.com
March 03, 2018
76) Laser Trees, US, jewelery, http://lasertrees.com
77) Kaizen, GER, sports socks, https://kaizen-sports.de
78) Healthy Harvest, US, hydroponics and horticultural supplies, https://www.healthyharvest.com
79) Be A Little Chaotic, US, T-shirts, hats, https://bealittlechaotic.com
80) NANO is FAST, US, "PAY WITH NANO" stickers, https://nanoisfast.com
March 04, 2018
81) CoinSpec, US, hardware wallets, https://coinspec.net
82) Gecko Vapes, UK, Vaping and E-Liquids, https://geckovapesco.com
83) Sara Carli, US, art, contemporary realism in oil, https://saracarli.com
84) Black Block Research, US, 'On-Chain Investment Intelligence', research, analysis and insights into the cryptocurrency markets, https://blackblockresearch.com
85) Luckygames, US, gambling, https://luckygames.io
86) ThinkHODL, US, crypto merchandise, https://thinkhodl.com
87) Canadian Bitcoin Giftcard, CAN, electronic gift cards, https://canadianbitcoingiftcard.ca
March, 10, 2018
88) PINOY GAME STORE, PH, online game store, http://www.pinoygamestore.com
89) mae., US, websites: design & branding, http://designedbymae.com
90) Nanod.es, service to spin up one's own Nano representative, https://nanod.es
March 12, 2018
91) Shillshack, crypto decals and T-Shirts, US, https://shillshack.com
92) Astral Clouds, vape juice, US, https://www.astralcloudz.com
93) APShaveCo, US, unique knots and brushes, https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/APShaveCo
94) BINARY CABIN, US, custom web applications, employee management, CRM systems, https://binarycabin.com
95) betNANO, US, NANO lottery, https://betnano.win
96) NANO Poker, online poker, https://nanopoker.club
March 16, 2018
97) HODLFORK, US, cryptocurrency enamel pin collection, https://hodlfork.com
98) WOODLAND SHADES, US, sunglasses, watches, https://woodlandshades.com
Please read this: https://www.reddit.com/nanocurrency/comments/8h0pwj/do_not_send_your_nano_to_woodlandshadescom_you
March 21, 2018
99) Xenogifts, Free games, gift cards and more, https://www.xenogifts.com/blog/Cryptocurrencies-have-been-added-as-rewards.php
100) Eliquids.nz, NZ, E-Liquids, https://www.eliquids.nz
101) RISING SUN RECORDS, JP, records, https://risingsunrecords.shop
102) Crypto Apparel Company, UK, apparel, https://cryptoapparelcompany.co.uk
March 29, 2018
103) NANO meetups, NANO meetups info, best "NANO accepted here" sign so far, https://www.nanomeetups.com
April 02, 2018
104) VPWR, US, apparel, https://vpwrapparel.com/collections/nano
105) nanoboxes (= NANO-digital-ebay), buy and sell your digital products with Nano, https://nanobox.es
April 24, 2018
106) InkHip, US, apparel, https://inkhip.com
April, 26, 2018
107) The Crypto Factory, NANO Collectible Coin, https://www.thecryptofactory.io
April 30, 2018
108) Vityaz-Hotel, RU, hotel on Crimea, www.vityaz-hotel.ru
May 01, 2018
109) Dreamlandmagic, US, Magic Shop, https://www.dreamlandmagic.com
May 14, 2018
110) SatoshiMarket, US, embroidered polos, https://satoshimarket.io
May 22, 2018
111) PVP.me, CW (Curaçao), sports & esports betting, https://pvp.me
May 26, 2018
112) A Tempo, NL, classic car, nanocurrency
May 28, 2018
113) deleted
May 29, 2018
114) Silicon Lottery, US, processors, https://siliconlottery.com
June 1, 2018
115) Lynx Art Collection, US, artwork, https://lynxartcollection.com
June 2, 2018
116) AlcoYoung, US, alcohol gadgets, https://alcoyoung.com
June 3, 2018
117) Nano Coffee, US, coffee, https://nanocoffee.shop
June 4, 2018
118) Insight Music, UK, independent record label, http://insightmusic.co.uk
June 8, 2019
119) Menta za koktele, HR, mint cocktails in Croatia, Koktelmenta
June 10, 2018
120) What's Crypto?, GER, apparel, https://whats-crypto.com
June 20, 2018
121) EUTRINO, electronics, https://eutrino.com
July 06, 2018
122) Anonymous Venezuelan merchant accepted 29 NANO for 102 kg of food incl.cornmeal, meat, rice, sugar, beans, sauces and avocados. https://www.reddit.com/nanocurrency/comments/8wfl2venezuelan_user_i_bought_102_kg_of_food_today
July 25, 2018
123) Allin.bet, US, NANO poker, https://allin.bet
Aug 23, 2018
124) Bendigo Radiators, AUS, radiators, www.bendigoradiators.com
Oct 26, 2018
125) Hair Care Studio Angelika, Venlo, NL, no website
Nov 03, 2018
126) 100MilaCaffè, Turin, ITA, cafe, https://cryptoicocash.com/news/il-primo-caffe-acquistato-in-criptovaluta-nano-in-italia
127) RIVALS, US, photographer, http://www.keenanrivals.com
Jan 05, 2019
128) Kirinos Pizzaria, Rio, Brazil, pizzaria, https://twitter.com/oih_ana/status/1081471927275925505
Jan 11, 2019
129) BullHQ.com, US, apparel, https://bullheadquarters.com/collections/nano
Jan 19, 2019
130) 35North, GR, Olive Oil, https://35north.eu, (Welcome Greece!)
Jan 20, 2019
131) mickmon, IRL, music, http://mickmon.com/myself (Welcome Ireland!)
Feb 04, 2019
132) Travala.com, US, INT, Online Travel Agency, https://www.travala.com
DOCUMENTED PURCHASES with RaiBlocks
Jan 4, 2018
First recorded purchase with XRB/NANO: — 1 XRB bought 1 jar of toothpaste!
https://www.reddit.com/RaiBlocks/comments/7nya51/it_feels_good_to_support_companies_taking_a
Jan 10 & 11, 2018
Second & third recorded purchase with XRB/NANO:
— Audio-Technica DSR7BT headphones sent to Mikael in Finland (claimed on March 13)
— 2 shock absorbers for a Land Rover for 1.5 XRB, (from the deep archives: https://www.reddit.com/RaiBlocks/comments/7suvwd/one_month_of_adoption_raiblocks_accepted_here_3/dt7nuq0 )
Jan 12, 2018
Fourth purchase with XRB/NANO: — First album ever sold for XRB/NANO,
https://www.reddit.com/RaiBlocks/comments/7ps861/accepting_xrb_for_my_album_mistakes_made_carefully/
Jan 20, 2018
Purchase #5 and #6: It's toothpaste and peppers! https://imgur.com/a/kIVy7
https://www.reddit.com/RaiBlocks/comments/7pc8ot/made_a_couple_of_really_cool_purchases_with
Jan 20, 2018
Purchase #7: -- It's sunglasses!
https://www.reddit.com/RaiBlocks/comments/7rqae9/buyrai_rauchroad_unboxing_and_review
Jan 22, 2018
Purchase #8 -16: "So far there have been 8 or 9 successful XRB payments" for hot sauces: https://www.reddit.com/RaiBlocks/comments/7s23lh/just_got_my_first_physical_xrb_purchase
Jan 26, 2018
Purchase #17: vape lemonade flavors, https://www.reddit.com/RaiBlocks/comments/7t7com/just_made_my_first_ever_payment_with_xrb_could
VIDEOS
Documenting purchases with RaiBlocks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pQ1jQs2GxBU
MARKETPLACES
Jan 23, 2018
1) BlockVerse, RaiBlocks MarketPlace, https://blockverse.io
2) BITLIT, open marketplace for buying and selling items/services online, https://bitlit.io
3) NANO LISTING, US, marketplace where you can list goods and services for NANO, https://www.nanolisting.com
4) OpenBazaar, Planning stage, https://www.reddit.com/RaiBlocks/comments/7s2uvi/the_openbazaar_peertopeer_marketplace_is_looking
GAMES & APPS
1) RaiBlocks App, US, Price, Graph, News, https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/raiblocks/id1334362676?mt=8
RENT, REAL ESTATE
1) First rent paid with RaiBlocks: https://www.reddit.com/RaiBlocks/comments/7olpeg/rent_in_raiblocks
SPAIN, ARGENTINA, INDIA, KOREA, DUBAI, SINGAPORE, ... AFRICA, ...
Anyone out there?
INFRASTRUCTURE
1) BrainBlocks, simple checkout for RaiBlocks, https://brainblocks.io
How to integrate a NANO gateway via BrainBlocks to your website (Programmers Guide) http://www.hitsteps.com/blog/how-integrate-nano-cryptocurrency-payment-gateway-via-brainblocks-to-your-website
2) GetXRB Start accepting RaiBlocks payments for your business -- GetXRB is an API for generating XRB invoices on the fly. -- https://www.getxrb.com
3) RaiPay for WooCommerce, WooCommerce payment gateway plugin that allows your customers to pay with RaiBlocks via RaiPay, https://github.com/coenjacobs/raipay-woocommerce
4) More: https://www.reddit.com/RaiBlocks/comments/7pxtns/hi_i_did_nothing_special_for_this_community_but
5) BrainBlocks Shopware Integration, https://www.reddit.com/RaiBlocks/comments/7rzkgh/brainblocks_shopware_integration
6) ArrowPay. Use ArrowPay's prebuilt plugins and tools to quickly and easily start accepting RaiBlocks on your website. https://arrowpay.io
7) Vaulty, one link for all accepted cryptos on your site, https://www.vaulty.io
8) python based program that displays the merchant's receive address as a QR code for the customer to scan, as well as displaying the transaction details in both FIAT and Crypto. More details: https://www.reddit.com/nanocurrency/comments/80ddbl/i_wrote_a_program_to_make_accepting/
Regular edits & updates.
Please let me know, in case I have forgotten anyone. Thanks.
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