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How to Withdraw Publish0x payments! Publish0xTutorials

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05 March 2020
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Comprehensive List of Enterprises Partnering with blockchain in 2019

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Comprehensive List of Enterprises Partnering with blockchain in 2019

5 Mar 2020 Mappo

05 March 2020
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The Unicycle Diaries Part 1: Uniswap, The Graph, and Me

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#DEXTokenDeFined Writing Contest and Giveaway: (a minimum of) $350 in ETH Prize Pool!

9 Oct 2020 4 minute read comments Igor Tomić

Yaay! It's time for another writing contest: #DEXTokenDeFined!   DEXToken Protocol: The Dextoken Protocol is a DeFi infrastructure that implements the brand-new Speculative AMM. Date: Submit your entries between Friday, 9th of October, and Tuesday,...

#MyStateraProject Writing Contest and Giveaway: (a minimum of) $350 in DAI Prize Pool!

25 Jul 2020 5 minute read comments Igor Tomić

Statera Project just held an AMA on Publish0x, and now we're moving to the next step: a writing contest and a Twitter Giveaway!     STATERA: Innovative, Valuable, and Unique use cases of Deflation and Indexed Digital assets. Date: Submit your entrie...

How I Turned $373 to $7563 with Ampleforth in 22 Days Without Trading

21 Jul 2020 3 minute read comments Chenhuang_defi

At the end of June, I posted a guide on how to provide liquidity for Ampleforth (AMPL) on Uniswap and make some money from Ampleforth’s Geyser program.  It worked out quite well for me. I ended it up with $373.6 worth of AMPLs to be exact. Little I k...

Add a Different Wallet Address for Each Token You Withdraw from Publish0x - Quick Announcement

13 May 2020 2 minute read comments Igor Tomić

This is a quick post to let you know about a change that will make it easier for you to withdraw tokens to your preferred wallet.   Now, you can choose a separate withdrawal address for each token you earn on Publish0x, and not just one address for a...

Writing your own Bitcoin miner in Kotlin

12 Apr 2020 9 minute read comments Alexandru-Balan

Before word... I have to say from the beginning that at the end of this tutorial you won't be able to mine Bitcoin, since you need much more than a piece of software to do that. You need dedicated hardware, probably you need to join a mining pool, et...

Privacy in the Time of Corona

3 Apr 2020 1 minute read comments cryptoramble

Looking for something else to worry about in this time of quarantine? Here's to a discussion on the erosion of privacy in the face of a pandemic, possible privacy-preserving solutions being thought up for issues such as HIPAA and contact tracing, and...

Request (REQ) - The New Paypal 2.0? 🤔

21 Mar 2020 4 minute read comments Cryptonator`s

The Request Network has declared war on big payment services such as PayPal. Request is a decentralized peer-to-peer network that works as a payment system. To do this, it uses the etherum blockchain technologies. Payments should be cheaper and more...

Scuttlebutt: An Off-Grid Peer-to-Peer Gossiping Protocol and Social Network (Alternative to Twitter and the like)

17 Mar 2020 2 minute read comments rhyzom

Just came across this the other day. It is precisely what I had been looking for for some time now and had been thinking of perhaps trying to put together some such thing myself (since federated alternatives to Twitter and Facebook, such as Mastodon...

Bitcoin is Surveillance Money

15 Mar 2020 8 minute read comments Mandica

The word "surveillance" might make you think of many different things, such as CCTV, GPS tracking, third-party tracking cookies in your browser, supercookies, and device fingerprinting. Think of recent events such as the June 2013 leak of secret NSA...

Brave Introduces Amazing Feature - Access Dead Sites

28 Feb 2020 1 minute read comments Brawnd0

I’ve often talked about Brave and how it is doing things that are extremely pro-consumer and privacy-centric - why wouldn’t I as they seem to come out with super praiseworthy new features and efforts regularly. In yet another positive move by Brave,...

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