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Top 5 beginner tips to contribute to Ethereum

7 May 2021 6 minute read 0 comments drpaneas

Before you start reading this article, I would just like to emphasise a key difference between this and the majority of all the other articles talking about Ethereum development and dapps programming out there. So here it is: This is not about progra...

Minds Launches the Beta of Its Discord-like Chat Platform

29 Apr 2021 3 minute read 1 comment LateToTheParty

Introduction In my "Minds Takes One Step Forward, Two Steps Back" editorial, I briefly talked about how the social media platform would launch a beta of Minds Chat. The features would include end-to-end encryption, file sharing, video chat, rooms, an...

Make your own Twitter Bot

16 Apr 2021 1 minute read 2 comments Almin Piric

Many people frown upon Twitter bots.  They see them as spammy and malicious.  However, they are simply a tool we can use to achieve a goal.  I will not get into the various use cases of Twitter bots in this post.  I will simply present you with a blu...

My experience with 2 months of Linux.

14 Apr 2021 2 minute read 1 comment The Fruitful Knight

Greetings citizen of the internetz, this is the Fruitful Knight speaking. Or rather typing. For 2 months I've been knee deep in the marshes of decentralized and open source operating systems. Foraging out on different sites for nutritious tips to inc...

Opentoonz V1.5 First Impressions

12 Apr 2021 3 minute read 1 comment Jakobos

As I booted up OpenToonz (OT) to begin work, I was met by a pleasant surprise, a notification for a new update. After the ceremonial fiddling around to uninstall the old and install the new (after backing up my files of course), OT V1.5 was open and...

Crypto Ledger: An open source website to track your crypto assets

10 Apr 2021 2 minute read 0 comments Almin Piric

Crypto Ledger is an open source website that allows users to track their cryptocurrency trades.  The website was built using Python and Django.  It makes use of Celery to asynchronously fetch live prices. You can see the website here: https://crypto-...

BAT Ticker - a Chrome extension for tracking the price of BAT

7 Apr 2021 1 minute read 1 comment X-51

A quick one today just to let anyone interested know of a little release of mine that just happened. I recently put together a small Chrome extension to track the price of BAT. I made it just for myself initially but figured it could be useful to oth...

2 weeks of linux for a first time user. Including some gaming experience.

27 Feb 2021 1 minute read 0 comments The Fruitful Knight

I finally made the switch from Windows to Linux! It hasn't been as easy as I hoped it would be but it has worked out decently anyways. From now on it is the only computer OS I am using and I'm very excited about it. Linux offers a software environmen...

Deep Value Network

9 Feb 2021 11 minute read 0 comments Pale Blue Dot

Introduction In The Art of War, Sun Tzu explains that if you want to conquer an enemy that is stronger than you, you must split its force and attack a segment of the force at a time until your enemy lose the war in your favor. That way, your victory...

Exciting News: SaTT is on the way to becoming an Open Source project!

24 Oct 2020 2 minute read 2 comments Bit Media Buzz

The smart advertising token marketplace project SaTT has announced  their roadmap towards decentralization, targeting towards being an open source project within 6 months to a year. With a timeline that ranges from October 2020 to June 2021, SaTT rel...