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tipplenurkey

Disabled veteran, father of 7 and crypto investor with a natural talent for research and a God-given gift with numbers.

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Landlord-Tenant Wars Episode 1: The Stepfather Crisis

14 Sep 2020 5 minute read 4 comments tipplenurkey

   Never, ever rent an apartment from a family member.  Just short of a year ago, I made this terrible mistake and it has caused me nothing but grief ever since.    My stepfather bought a large building made up of three apartments, a flea market and...

The Sport Test

6 Sep 2020 4 minute read 2 comments tipplenurkey

The Sport Test   Section 1. This test represents what I believe are the appropriate criteria to be met by a competition in order to call it a sport. The first section of the test consists of multiple choice and fill-in-the-blank statements. You may u...

Should Hate Speech Be Considered Free Speech?

6 Sep 2020 9 minute read 4 comments tipplenurkey

I want to take some time today to dismantle a commonly perpetuated myth: hate speech should not be free speech. Yes it should be. Is it uplifting speech? No. Is it good speech? Yes. Is it important speech? Definitely. You see, all speech is important...

ZoloUs aims to provide users with financial freedom, but can it deliver?

4 Sep 2020 3 minute read 3 comments tipplenurkey

   According to ZoloUs, people should be free to pursue their hopes and dreams without having to worry about their bottom line.  The project aims to accomplish this using scheduled distribution of their cryptocurrency token, Hydra.  After reading the...

Cash Alarm is back, but things have changed.

1 Sep 2020 2 minute read 1 comment tipplenurkey

   A while back, I wore a post or two about Cash Alarm, the paid-to-play earning app that has a two-way referral program and credits reward coins every five minutes.  Well, things were going great and I had managed to successfully recruit a few peopl...

The Value of Life and Property

29 Aug 2020 5 minute read 3 comments tipplenurkey

The value of property may be represented in dollars, but that is not necessarily the only or most important value that the owner attributes to it. There are things other than money which must be paid in order to gain ownership of something. What of t...

My Proposed Solution to the COVID-19 Pandemic

27 Aug 2020 4 minute read 4 comments tipplenurkey

   Let me start by saying it's either a damned shame or a very good thing I'm not in charge of this country because all of the madness going on in America right now would find itself being handled very, very differently than it is.  I cannot be the...

PCX Continues Its Steady Climb as Polkadot Goes Live

26 Aug 2020 1 minute read 1 comment tipplenurkey

   As of the time of this article's posting, PCX clocks in at $9.40USD, up over 15% from $8 in the last 24 hours.  Polkadot, the system upon which ChainX is built, is now live, certainly contributing to the ongoing rise in value of PCX as DOT itself...

Nexus Mutual is a Licensed Insurance Agency for Smart Contracts

26 Aug 2020 3 minute read 0 comments tipplenurkey

   Suppose you were going to send a large sum of money or a high value item to someone far away.  Now, suppose you have two options: you may send your money or thing insured, or forego the insurance and simply hope the send is successful for a slight...

ChainX Dapp Discontinues L-BTC/SDOT Mining

22 Aug 2020 1 minute read 2 comments tipplenurkey

   Apparently, the ChainX community has spoken: only X-BTC will now mine PCX through the asset management dapp.  I find this to be not a little disappointing, as most of my mining was being accomplished by SDOT.  Not only is SDOT no longer used for m...

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Landlord-Tenant Wars Episode 1: The Stepfather Crisis

14 Sep 2020 tipplenurkey

14 September 2020
Well, civilized, cooperative discussion is back on the table, so I'm calling this an averted disaster.

The Sport Test

6 Sep 2020 tipplenurkey

06 September 2020
The test disagrees, but then it is highly biased.

Should Hate Speech Be Considered Free Speech?

6 Sep 2020 tipplenurkey

06 September 2020
In this, we agree. It is my position that speech of any kind is nothing more than an open exchange of information. There will always be someone who disagrees and they, too, should be able to say so and say why. Only with this freedom of open dialogue can we come to understand one another. My proposal is one where hate is removed from the equation. Instead of hate speech, there is only speech. Instead of hate crimes, there are only crimes. If we take hate out of our social vocabulary, we might have a better chance of reducing it in our culture. Of course, some people can't or won't be fixed, but I believe they would be the exception, not the rule.

Let's Talk About Ethereum Monstrous Fees.

4 Sep 2020 alberdioni8406

04 September 2020
ETH is moving almost side-by-side with AMPL. The trading bots don't know how to treat AMPL, so it's been leading to some insane battles on the exchanges. Check the charts for the last two days for ETH and AMPL. They're very close.

NO Trust!

1 Sep 2020 The Lebanese Girl

03 September 2020
Hope for the best, prepare for the worst. My expectation is that the market, when flooded with users attempting to sell the Hydra, will show no real demand for the token (because it is freely distributed in such large quantities). If Hydra is to function as a stablecoin, this is fine, but nothing in the whitepaper indicates such functionality. So, I am expecting to see the price crash almost instantly. If Hydra holds in price, ZoloUs members will instantly be lower-middle class Americans with a "Universal Basic Income" of USD$166k+ annually. Not trying to trash talk the project: I personally think it's a great idea on the surface. I just worry about the repeated use of the term "utopia." The project seems to be far too politically motivated to succeed in an economic system that is inherently resistant to politics.

MyCrypto Wallet 🤔

1 Sep 2020 The Lebanese Girl

03 September 2020
I've taken a liking to Uphold, personally. Zero commission fees on exchanges, only standard network fees for transfers out, and instant "anything-to-anything" exchanges. No more being limited to specific trading pairs. It's quite handy if you want to quickly trade into an asset that is growing or out of one that is dropping. You'll need to do KYC verification if you want to link a bank account or debit/credit card, though.

NO Trust!

1 Sep 2020 The Lebanese Girl

03 September 2020
https://zolous.com/register/jordan1433 The link is to a site that boldly promises something they call "Universal Basic Income." Upon signing up, you will receive 880 Hydra (HDA), which the whitepaper claims will be worth $1.20USD each by December when the mobile app launches and Hydra launches on the exchanges. After signing up, you will receive another 380 Hydra each day you log into the site. I hope it works like they claim it will. While I have my doubts as to the project's sustainability, there is nothing to lose in signing up and hoping for the best.

The best 5 Bitcoin software wallets ( Desktop and / or Mobile wallets )

1 Sep 2020 NassiroV

01 September 2020
What about Uphold? Super fast debit/credit purchases, withdraw to bank accounts, "anything-to-anything" instant exchanges, 0% commission fees for deposits/withdrawals/exchanges, available on PC/mobile/browser: it's nothing but wins! Being able to instantly exchange any supported cryptocurrencies without set trading pairs in a single transaction with zero fees makes it a LOT easier to keep up with the extremely volatile prices on the crypto market. That's a competitive edge no other wallet or exchange has, at least that I know of. Then there's Nexo with its dividends for NEXO token holders, daily compounding APY on asset holdings (which go from 4-5% on crypto and 8-10% on stablecoins if your total asset value is at least 10% NEXO tokens), guaranteed 1-to-1 value on stablecoins, no withdraw fees, an asset-backed credit line as low as 5.9% APR with a minimum of just $10 for stablecoin borrowing, and a credit card in the works. Nexo is nearly perfect for those who wish to hold their crypto and still earn on it. Best of all, no KYC verification is required unless you want the NEXO token dividends, which are paid out monthly. Not trying to steal your thunder, just saying these are two of my favorites, with good reason. Here are a few others I use for more specific transactions: Bitpie offers OP_RETURN support, which I use to send BTC to ChainX Signer (interchain wallet that connects to dapps.chainx.org) so it can mine PCX for me. It also has adjustable gas fees which are typically lower than the industry average. Metamask connects to exchange/staking websites/apps with web3 support so you can trade or stake without having to send your assets to the site first, which I use for Nexus Mutual and a few others. The Android app is in early access, but it can sync with the browser extension. Sphere by HoriZEN gets you a multiplier bonus from their faucet, as well as instant payouts, which you can find here: https://getzen.cash/auth/register?ref=283037 (yes, this is a shameless referral plug). Kalium is a Banano-specific wallet that I use to receive payments from bananominer.com's Folding@Home team. MIB Wallet is also token-specific and I use it to collect mining rewards from MIB Miner, which is mobile-only. Cosmostation has an absurd number of features that I have yet to fully explore. I only use it to mint USDX with BNB and Kava. There is an explanation of this process here: https://medium.com/kava-labs/mint-usdx-with-your-bnb-using-cosmostation-wallet-33d06b8a9b4d Now, have a tip and a great day! Also, see provenpassive.com for more passive income and crypto-related earning methods that I've found. Everything on my site is something I use or have used.

The Value of Life and Property

29 Aug 2020 tipplenurkey

29 August 2020
I understand that, but it does not change the fact that every person in America has a right to protect what is theirs. They may choose not to, but they still have the right. There is no reason to take that right away. I am also disinclined to believe that the majority of property-related crimes are perpetrated by poor people just trying to make ends meet. I have known many criminals in my life. The ones who were thieves chose that path, not to fill an unmet need, but mostly to fund their drug and alcohol addictions. I do agree that we need massive prison reform here. I have no idea how the justice system expects criminals to be rehabilitated by placing them in a community exclusively populated by other criminals and then doing basically nothing else. What is the treatment plan for modifying criminal behavior? Prison does not reform criminals, it indoctrinates them into that culture because many of them would not survive in prison otherwise. As for social safety nets, I believe this responsibility lies with the people, not the government. Friends, families, neighbors, religious establishments and charity organizations should be the ones who provide help to people in times of economic hardship. Compassion and generosity are being erased from American culture in favor of government welfare programs. Welfare is the largest item on the US government's budget at over $1 trillion across 83 overlapping welfare programs. Tell me, wouldn't it make more sense to simply let the American people keep that $1 trillion instead of constantly bickering over who they will give it back to and how? That's an average of $3,021 per citizen per year, or about $250 per month. If you are one of the American households who brings in $30,000 or less per year, that's at least a 10% increase to your yearly net earnings. More to the point, the protection of property that I am talking about in this article, the type that everyone here is arguing over, is protection against being destroyed by angry mobs. Mostly, it is homes and small businesses that face this threat. The argument is that property is replaceable and lives are not, that homes and businesses are insured so it's okay to loot and burn them. Lives are also insured, but that doesn't make it okay to just take them, does it? The whole point is that the destruction that is happening now isn't just destruction of public and private property, it is the destruction of people's livelihoods, their life savings and everything they have worked a lifetime to build. There is no imaginable reality, no conceivable circumstance, where that is okay. Worse, it is not being done by people who are trying to fill their own unmet needs, but by a "movement" seeking only to make a public statement.

My Proposed Solution to the COVID-19 Pandemic

27 Aug 2020 tipplenurkey

28 August 2020
Anything MAY lead to death, but that doesn't make everything inherently dangerous. I am not trying to make light of those who have succumbed to this illness. I did read my math incorrectly, though. 3.07% of documented US cases, not 0.03%, have been fatal. However, it is important to note that a large portion of those were elderly and/or suffered underlying conditions. The comparison of isolating for fear of COVID-19 to taking cover from assault rifle fire, rocket propelled grenades and explosively formed projectiles is asinine. If I shoot you in the face with an AK-74 assault rifle, your chances of survival are just a touch lower than if I have COVID and cough within six feet of you without a mask, even if you are old and sickly. I don't isolate myself from flus, colds, or other common and easily transmitted illnesses that are little more than a temporary inconvenience to me, so why would I run and hide from COVID? I take a different approach. When someone in my household is sick, I stay close to them, even eat and drink after them, to expose myself to the contagion. When I am sick, I take no medicine and seek no treatment so that my immune system can adapt as it is designed to do. Funny thing, I haven't even had a runny nose in the last five years. The human body is an amazingly resilient machine, capable of self repair and maintenance, especially when it is allowed to naturally develop resistances to invading pathogens. Personally, I think hand sanitizer and disinfecting surface cleaners, combined with the overuse of antibiotics, have contributed largely to the stupefaction of immune systems in developed countries. Have you ever seen the movie "Bubble Boy?" The real one, David Vetter, died of lymphoma before his 13th birthday. My point: it is given to all men to die, so while we're alive, we may as well live. You wouldn't want to spend the rest of your life in a sterilized plastic bubble, would you?

My Proposed Solution to the COVID-19 Pandemic

27 Aug 2020 tipplenurkey

28 August 2020
I survived bacterial meningitis and my body withstood the sepsis just fine. I'm young(ish), healthy and happy to be the first volunteer to be deliberately infected for study. I just can't find any information on a research group looking for such a volunteer. Still looking, though. I live several miles outside a town of less than 2000 people, so the likelihood of me contracting COVID-19 under normal circumstances is virtually nonexistent. As for the hard lessons of life, I think my time in the Army gave me more of those than some pitiful little virus could ever hope to impart. Having a tumor the size of a lemon carved out of my head (hence the meningitis) taught me even more about the value of life. That is, the value of actually LIVING as opposed to cowering at home in fear of an illness that is extremely survivable. Hell, at this point in my life, I'm fairly certain my medical history is study material at Johns Hopkins. Don't get me wrong. I understand your position and respect your right to express your opinion. It just so happens that I disagree. That does not mean that there needs to be any animosity here. You see, I possess the superhuman ability to disagree with someone and still be civil with them. One of my favorite debate opponents is a good friend of mine on Facebook who happens to be an atheist. We have at least one theological debate per week, just for fun. I'm glad you took the time to leave me a comment. I'm hoping that means you read the entire article and thought about it, however briefly. If you found it offensive, I'm not the least bit sorry for that. Offense was not my intention, but I don't mind if it happens. I stand by everything I said. Seems like as good a hill as any on which to die.

Apple: No DApps! Banning Coinbase?

25 Aug 2020 FarewelltoMinds

26 August 2020
Yup. Linux all the way.

Apple: No DApps! Banning Coinbase?

25 Aug 2020 FarewelltoMinds

25 August 2020
Google, Apple and Samsung can all go play in traffic.

My C.J. ep. 12 Stupid step or not?

24 Aug 2020 The Lebanese Girl

24 August 2020
First, Binance is a well-known and trusted exchange. Second, BNB is a fairly versatile token when it comes to creating passive income. Ask Sugarfix about using it to mint USDX with Kava. Third, BNB is holding pretty steady in terms of price, making it a solid token for staking purposes.

My C.J. ep. 12 Stupid step or not?

24 Aug 2020 The Lebanese Girl

24 August 2020
I think taking BNB was a good move.

ChainX Dapp Discontinues L-BTC/SDOT Mining

22 Aug 2020 tipplenurkey

22 August 2020
You can still mine by simply holding BTC in the dapp. I sincerely doubt they will ever abandon that option.

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21 Aug 2020 Leo_kitti

21 August 2020
"You are not entitled to your opinion. You are entitled to your INFORMED opinion. No one is entitled to be ignorant." - Harlon Ellison

Calling Out Yet Another Fake Cloud Mine - Overture-capital.ltd

16 Aug 2020 XTRM

17 August 2020
I think we can help each other. Have you checked out my website, https://provenpassive.com ?

Nexo Wallet is the Answer to Outrageous Transaction Fees

12 Aug 2020 tipplenurkey

12 August 2020
You need KYC to move more than a certain amount per day, to withdraw to a bank, and to receive NEXO dividends. Other than that, no, I don't think so.

Rant #1: Why Fear of Crypto in Non-Profit?

12 Aug 2020 zpaul_2020blu

12 August 2020
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