Dark Energy: The Void Filler

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Dark Energy: The Void Filler Join Squarespace today FOR FREE: https://www.squarespace.com/aperture Join the community Discord!: https://discord.gg/XjSEXMS Dark Energy is one of my favorite topics to ponder. I decided to focus here on understanding the fundamentals behind some of the leading theories, as well as how it could determine the fate of the universe. Will the universe expand forever, or will...

‘I Can Exist Here’: On Gender Identity, Some Colleges Are Opening Up

Take a look at a class roster at the University of Vermont. You’ll see the usual stuff there — last name, student ID and class year. But you’ll also see something else. Next to some names, there are pronouns: “he” or “she,” but also the gender non-specific “they” or “ze.” They may seem like a few more words on paper,...

Markets Update: BCH Holds Above $150, RVN and XTZ Explode

In recent market action, bitcoin core (BTC) has struggled to hold above $4,000 following four consecutive green weekly candles, while bitcoin cash (BCH) appears to be consolidating above $150 after comprising the best performing of the 10 largest crypto assets by market cap of the last seven days. In other news, ravencoin (RVN) and tezos (XTZ) are among the...

BNB up 120% in 2019 | The craze of exchange tokens

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DX Exchange: http://ow.ly/XEvF30nMEGw What are your thoughts on the news we discussed? Are you optimistic or bearish on the crypto space? Feel free to leave a comment below! Thank you all so much for watching the video. If you enjoyed the video, please consider dropping a like and subscribing. Running into some trouble or questions? Feel free to...

In the Daily: Mt. Gox Claims, Crypto Derivatives, Facebook Vacancy, Swiss Regulations

Mt. Gox rehabilitation trustee Nobuaki Kobayashi has reviewed the claims filed by the exchange’s creditors and we’ve included his announcement in The Daily. Also, Caspian launches crypto derivatives trading in partnership with Deribit, Facebook is looking to hire a blockchain lawyer, and Swiss lawmakers have tasked the federal government with adapting existing regulations to cryptocurrencies. Also read: Coins at...

Why Africa Continues to Lag Behind in Cryptocurrency Adoption

Africa continues to dominate Google Trends search interest for “bitcoin,” but that has not translated into widespread adoption of cryptocurrency by users and businesses. Apart from opaque regulation and a lack of awareness, one of the major reasons for this failure has been the expansive use of mobile money on the continent. Also read: Report: 87% of Crypto Exchanges...

8 Useful Browser Extensions for Cryptocurrency Users

Extensions, also known as plugins, provide a one-click way to customize your web browser. From filtering out offensive words to blocking unwanted ads, there’s a browser extension for that. Cryptocurrency users have a particular need for plugins to enhance their privacy, perform crypto payments in-browser, and check market prices. Whether you use Chrome, Brave, Firefox, Safari, or Opera, some...

Justin Roiland’s Next VR Game ‘Trover Saves the Universe’ Isn’t a PSVR Exclusive After All

Justin Roiland’s VR studio Squanch Games announced last year that their upcoming game Trover Saves the Universe was exclusively targeting PSVR and PS4 consoles. This week at GDC 2019 though it seems the studio has reversed that decision, as the comedy platformer is also slated to arrive on PCs via Steam and Epic Game Store. Squanch Games wasn’t able confirm which specific PC...

Digital Footprints: Data and Digital Identity

Photo by Michael Davis on Unsplash“Those who rule data will rule the entire world… That’s what people of the future will say.” — Masayoshi Son³. If we agree on this premise, the question becomes, who do you want to own this data? Do you want this data to be ruled by corporations or do you want to have ownership and control over...

Facebook apps logged users’ passwords in plaintext, because why not

Enlarge / Facebook Lite users made up the majority of Facebook accounts exposed internally by plaintext password logging, according to a Facebook spokesperson. Facebook has mined a lot of data about its users over the years—relationships, political leanings, and even phone call logs. And now it appears Facebook may have inadvertently extracted another bit of critical information:...