Tom Scott made a great video on this topic, visualizing the difference between 1 million and 1 billion, and, it is FULLY captioned
... which prides itself on fitting within 100 tweets! 🔍 ⛓️
However, I'm using normal Firefox on my (Linux) laptop. That doesn't seem to make sense 🤔
I generally get a bit confused about all this infosec/opensource complexity and would be glad for recommendations.
Basically, one is given votes equal to the square root of the finance one invests into a collective. (e.g. €1 → 1 vote, €4 → 2 votes, €9 → 3 votes, etc)
This incentivizes members to invest without upper limit, while giving a disproportional weight to those who invested least.
Interested to hear thoughts.
"Last year Element, which also has a Slack rival messaging service called Riot which runs on Matrix, raised an $8.5m Series A funding round with participation from Notion Capital, Dawn Capital and European seed fund Firstminute Capital. Earlier this year Automattic, the company behind WordPress.com, WooCommerce and Tumblr made a $4.6m strategic investment in the company."
Economists of every stripe, from Marx to Milton Friedman, have a consensus on the nature of land: "Land is a natural commons — it belongs to everyone
d be recaptured by the community, who create the value in the first place."
When your property becomes more valuable, it has virtually nothing to do with any action you've taken. Even the most ambitious home-improvement shifts house prices by small margins.
Hey, is #nochain a thing yet?
Like 'nosql', but for (block/crypto/x) chains.
It's getting to the stage where 'nochain' would be an attractor for projects.
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