I do like listening at double speed! Sometimes I need to go back to relisten to what a heard, but that’s no big deal!
That said, I wouldn’t do it unless you’re either completely focused on listening or doing something with little to no mental engagement — really great for when you’re going from point A to point B!
Imposter syndrome is brutal — I always feel like I shouldn’t even be in the room, but when you realize that everyone is just trying their best, it shines a completely new light on things.
This is where on-chain logic comes into play. You can have the logic in the multisig to progress the game on-chain, if need be. The counter (nonce) will determine whose turn it is, so the smart contract will know who should be able to progress the state of the game.
I’m not an expert, I am just learning from everyone at my gym and taking it seriously. If you want to lost weight, just eat at a deficit — this is what all of these various diets end up doing for you.
I advise to take some time to log your food in a calorie counting app and weigh everything out. If you can be that…
Actually, I need to revisit this, one is not addicted to a thing, but rather the emotion / feeling that said thing evokes within them. The most immediate feelings associated with the Internet, for me, would likely be sloth and gluttony — more on these tomorrow!
After going through this exercise, I could feel myself saying that I needed to take more time off from the Internet. Not technology — I’m quite fine with that, but the Internet. I’ll be going more into this and my plan in tomorrow’s post.
Can you elaborate on this a bit further? Is this similar to an eclipse attack?
Wouldn’t more nodes just jump on that chain to be able to push things forward?
^ I suppose you could then argue that once other hashing power moves to this chain that the attacker could target the chains with now weaker hash power. Cat and mouse.