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What Is Open Source Information - and Why Is It Important To You?

28 Mar 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Tank

Open Source Information is information that is available to anyone on the internet. If you’ve ever “google’d yourself” you’ve accessed the open source information available on you. It can be a bit creepy, finding out exactly what information ab...

Phishing - Don't Be Phooled

27 Mar 2020 4 minute read 0 comments Tank

Phishing is the practice by scammers to get access to your information or your computer, usually using email. Phishing scams are varied, cheap, and powerful: 80% of reported security incidents are caused by phishing. Every. Email. Is. Potential. Phi...

Do you need music theory to make beats?

18 Mar 2020 1 minute read 0 comments ibbysquish

You don’t need music theory or any extensive piano lessons to produce beats but Your ears will decide. Knowing music theory can help but too often people limit themselves to 1 scale.1 out-of-key note can really spice up a beat. Here’s a cheat sheet t...

Stay Calm and Grow your own Food ... How to Prepare for a Global Pandemic

8 Mar 2020 1 minute read 0 comments OG Crypto

As the Coronavirus (Covid19) continues to spread quickly it seems as though more and more Cities are being Quarantined and people are beginning to hoard supplies .... toilet paper, water, soup ? Is it an overreaction ? Should we all be preparing for...

Bitcoin Guide - Security and the importance of confirmations #Part9

26 Feb 2020 2 minute read 1 comment Roberto D.

Security and the importance of confirmations We have seen that mining pools partially reintroduce the security issue at the bottom of the chain. Remember though, even if there are mining pools, the further the block is away from the queue, the more l...

Bitcoin Guide - Proof of work and the generation of new BTC #Part8

25 Feb 2020 2 minute read 0 comments Roberto D.

Proof of work and the generation of new BTC Nothing we have described so far requires trusting anyone. In fact, when we receive information on the Blockchain, we can check ourselves that this information is correct.And since the mathematical problems...

Bitcoin Guide - Possible attacks at the end of the chain (Blockchain) #Part7

24 Feb 2020 3 minute read 0 comments Roberto D.

Possible attacks at the end of the chain (Blockchain) The fact that for minutes there may be ambiguity at the end of the chain has implications for transaction security. For example, if one of your transactions is part of one of the shorter branches,...

Bitcoin Guide - The BlockChain #Part6

23 Feb 2020 2 minute read 0 comments Roberto D.

The Blockchain The system that was invented to order Bitcoin transactions groups transactions into "blocks" and connects them together in the Blockchain. Blockchain is different from the transaction chain that we have shown previously.The Blockchain...

Bitcoin Guide - How to generate a Bitcoin address #Part5

22 Feb 2020 2 minute read 0 comments Roberto D.

How to generate a Bitcoin address Generating a Bitcoin address, or a public key, is completely anonymous and can also be done without connecting to the network. The software wallets now allow the generation of an address simply by clicking a button t...

Bitcoin Guide - Beware of losing Bitcoins #Part4

21 Feb 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Roberto D.

The software that we use to keep our Bitcoins (wallet) obviously masks all the complexities related to transactions, but it is important to remember to keep the private key secret and to have it recognized in case there was the need to recover your w...