What’s up today? (Part 1)

I actually know almost nothing about it. I’m assuming Tor, but maybe not? Tbh, I didn’t realise these markets were still about post-silkroad, but guessing they must be!

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I didn’t know about this one either. There is (or was a few years ago) a Silk Road 2 (what they called it) on I2P.

It was on tor, one down, many more still up and running.


Well… Banks can keep their fees if the following is viable.

EUR - > crypto on EU friendly exchange.

move to UK friendly exchange

UK friendly crypto exchange - > UK Bank account.


I added an automatic translation of the weekly news and shared it in Twitter and Facebook, please follow and share them! :dragon:


Want to set limit buy orders on ETH DEX? https://1inch.exchange/ Click the limit tab.

If you want to use ETH, turn it into WETH first. (It’s a 1:1 conversion.)

By the way, this doesn’t cost gas! It only costs gas if you want to cancel an order.

A Drink with the Idler: Jaron Lanier

Thursday 21st January 6pm


Might make a nice accompaniment to the Dev Update for those willing to part with a fiver.

Oklahoma introduces bill to fine social media websites for censorship of their users. $75,000 per infraction.


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Running Signal on the Safe Network would solve many of these issues.


Future Is ‘No Private Property’

This is part of The Great Reset of the Table by the World Economic Forum.


What they mean is no private property for you, not them. Its Technocracy - Wikipedia otherwise known as Stalinism or yes, Feudalism. Not the same as real democratic socialism like with public parks and other public infrastructure. They call it ‘public/private partnership’. Sure.

Actually its different from Feudalism…Feudal societies needed people to work the land. Mr. Gates Technocracy doesn’t need anybody except him and his family and friends.


You know I was wondering the other day about how renters were able to defer their payments during the pandemic but can the landlords that own the property do the same and then it falls back on the bank? The reason I wonder is because if the land owners have to still make any payments on the properties without rental income it fits this narrative a bit. The reality is most in real estate use the rental income to pay the mortgage and for repairs so they can get more properties and do the same but without the rental income that can become far too much to pay out.


I got a 3 mnth mortgage holiday, then extended it by another 3 mnth.
When I asked to extend it again, it just was not allowed.

So much for supporting us.


Earlier civilizations had “debt jubilees”. Michael Hudson has studied and written about it.

Sorry to hear that. Hopefully there will be upcoming relief.


I’ll survive, I overpaid thanks to trading profits on the last bull run so home is safe, I feel for those not as fortunate though.


Mouse No 1: “Are You Going to get Vaccinated”,

Mouse No. 2: Are You Crazy, They Haven’t finished the Tests on Humans”


But in 2013, he said, he accidentally threw out a hard drive that contains 7,500 bitcoins.

“I had two identical hard drives and I threw out the wrong one,” Howells said. “I know I’m not the only person who has ever thrown out the wrong thing, but it usually doesn’t cost people over £200 million.”

He said that he has to “laugh about it now” because there’s nothing else he can do.

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