Things not about me

Things not about me

(Only view if you are 18+ years old) Topics, people, places, things.... I write unfiltered about that and more here. Wisdom and folly contained herein.

Mobile Integrated Blockchain (MIB), a cryptocurrency designed to be mined only by smartphones [Yes, actual mining!]

16 Jun 2020 1 minute read 4 comments ChasingAfterTheWind

When it comes to mining cryptocurrency on your average smartphone it is almost always met with laughs at the very idea your smartphone, though powerful for what they are, could ever realistically mine any cryptocurrency. When the concept of smartphon...

What is Loopring, the new tipable crypto on Publish0x? - A quick layman's look

14 Apr 2020 1 minute read 2 comments ChasingAfterTheWind

Loopring is a newly added crypto that I'm certain many such as myself have never heard of, so let's take a short look at it. A simple Startpage search brings us to the looping website where it reads: An Open Protocol for Scalable, Non-Custodial Exch...

Honeygain - Earn Passive Income for your Unused Internet Bandwidth

4 Apr 2020 1 minute read 4 comments ChasingAfterTheWind

Honeygain is a service for Windows, MacOS, and Android that allows you to earn passive income with your unused internet. Honeygain shares your unused net traffic with data scientists, and the Honeygain network is used by business clients for web inte...

Upland - a new blockchain-powered virtual property trading game

3 Apr 2020 1 minute read 0 comments ChasingAfterTheWind

This review will be a short one as this is a game I just started playing within the past 24 hours. Upland is a property owning/trading game that uses blockchain technology. I play this game on my smartphone, but I believe it is also currently able t...

Question for the community here: should comments be able to receive tips too?

25 Feb 2020 1 minute read 4 comments ChasingAfterTheWind

Apologies if this type of post is not allowed, or frowned upon by the Publish0x community. If this is an inappropriate post I will immediately delete once made aware.  So the title is self-explanatory. What do you guys think of the idea in general?...