Why can’t exchanges just have a $US fee (like $2) and use their own market price API to calculate the amount for each currency?
… Oh right… Tryna get more $$
Bad news for Cryptopia
And MAID was listed on Cryptopia? It will cost 160 MAID to transfer out of Poloniex. 80 MAID to try a small amount, 80 for the remainder. Ouch.
If, oops, i meant when maid goes back up in dollar value, i feel pretty sure that the withdrawl fee will get lowered.
80 maid does seem ridiculous though.
This is shocking - 1984 / Black Mirror stuff (thanks to @Karamu for sending on).
We know how this could end…
That is really concerning. If they don’t start backing off soon, people may start getting revolutionary. Brexit party in the UK is already showing how the establishment can be turned over in the polls. The plebs are getting restless!
Think i need to start a religion that requires me to cover my face.
See how they like that.
Cant believe they had the audacity to say theyre protecting human rights.
Or try anti-surveillance makeup?
“Dreamed up by artist Adam Harvey back in 2010, the project explores how rich pigments painted in Cubist-like shapes on key facial features can prevent sophisticated facial-recognition algorithms from accessing your biometric profile. The concept was inspired by British marine painter Norman Wilkin’s dazzle camouflage technique, in which military ships were cast in dizzying stripes during World War I to warp the enemy’s perception of their type, size, and the speed at which they were traveling.”
I’d love to see if this would work!
Don’t mourn. Mobilize!
Spacex is going to launch 60 Starlink satellites on the 16th USA time. These are part of Elon’s broadband supplied by satellites
SpaceX is targeting Thursday, May 16 for the launch of 60 Starlink satellites from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida. SpaceX’s Starlink is a next-generation satellite network capable of connecting the globe, especially reaching those who are not yet connected, with reliable and affordable broadband internet services.
A goody bag of privacy focused services:
Good article. Not a new theme but this needs repeating, endlessly, on a daily basis if necessary. And this guy does it well.
‘Lawful access’ [to communications by law enforcement] is the same bad idea that people knowledgeable about network and computer security have been attempting to stop for more than two decades. The desire for this access keeps coming back, because it sounds so reasonable on its surface…
The False Promise of “Lawful Access” to Private Data | WIRED
Now scheduled for the 21st of May
Scrubbed for tonight to update satellite software. Next launch opportunity in about a week.