Thank you Gitcoin for providing the starting point.
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Can you please exercise article §16 of the Nature Conservation Act?
I was ready to accept the verdict — did not win the auction.
It was the existing appeal that made me realize — there is some chance!
TLDR: climate change adaptation, protecting the Ocean, innovative governance, exponential technologies
UPDATE: as I’m learning more about Tuvalu, I’ve realized that such a “neo‑colonialism” move would be very uncool. Treat content below as a “thought‑experiment”.
PRINCIPLE: Whatever you do, think bigger, 10x is easier than 10%
TLDR: we need to decide what to do next, your feedback kindly appreciated
The information about the auction was a pretty big deal.
I recently launched Network State Genesis — Passport NFT on the Ethereum mainnet:
Ethereum is prohibitively expensive to use.
As I am a school teacher at a…
I was casually touching base…
I just wanted to remain in touch…
I wasn’t expecting such an answer…
As they say, everyone is a genius in the bull market.
Check the coins that I picked roughly a month ago.
Not all of them have a good point of entry anymore that’s why PART 2
Use that historical post as a reference FACT CHECK about the investment thesis.
I have a friend, let’s call her Alice, who has 1 BTC
Alice is not very technical, her approach is:
“I don’t know, so I don’t touch”
To be fair, I think this is the correct way.
If you don’t touch — keep your cold storage cold — then SAFU.
We are in the middle of a raging bull market, a time when random dudes on the internet are coming out of the woodworks to shill you coins.
I’m not a doctor: that’s not a medical advice
I’m not a lawyer: that’s not a legal advice
I’m not a financial…