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%
A brief explanation from Investopedia:
A 51% attack is an attack on a blockchain by a group of miners who control more than 50% of the network’s mining hash rate.
@lemiscate — working at Aave
@kaiynne — founder of Synthetix
Both Synethix and Aave are multi-billion dollar DeFi protocols, no wonder these guys…
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 school in a far village of Uzbekistan, receiving a monthly salary of $180, I can not afford to pay for it. Although I am open to contribute to any studies, observations, data analysis, helping the community to grow.
I was aware of the consequences of using ETH and high gas…
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.
And the actual use case and the actual product that I can understand.
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.
I want to encourage her to DYOR simply because there are gains to be made compared to just HODL.
Not your keys, not your crypto.
BlockFi raised some funds but there are lessons from history that make US jurisdiction a massive risk factor:
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 advisor: this is not financial advice but with that in mind, you should always DYOR and never invest money you cannot afford to lose.
I’m not your friend: I’m pumping my bags. You should never trust random dudes on the internet who have their own incentives.
Once you have a…