The majority of developers in the crypto space are developing mainly for Ethereum, do you think this will remain the case in the future?

2021.10.23 13:34 Cryptostormz The majority of developers in the crypto space are developing mainly for Ethereum, do you think this will remain the case in the future?

Right now the vast majority of projects being built in the crypto space are for the Ethereum platform. This is why big trends in crypto like NFTs, Defi etc. start off on Ethereum. Do you think Ethereum will continue to have the most development in the future or do you think another platform could challenge it?
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2021.10.23 13:34 OregonDran30 [Thank you] Kids say the silliest things!

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2021.10.23 13:34 Acceptable-Bed6730 Question about cardiac abaltion 25 male.

Had abaltion for mabye svt went extremely well no arrythmia was found after aggressive pacing and adrenaline given high dose. Since they didn’t burn the heart and my cath site has healed great in groin there is less risk then if they actually burned correct? Been 8 days mabye only a little heart irritation due to cath? It’s been 8 days, I’ve had a cardiac cta with dye, a holter monitor for 4 days, and stress test, and an echo, and a ep study. My three cardiologist says it’s anxiety is it safe to call it that now? And since they didn’t burn minimally risk? Are my questions thanks so much. 25 male
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2021.10.23 13:34 KevinHuynh1168 Wealthsimple Cash: $50 For Signing Up - Takes 2 Minutes (Canada)

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2021.10.23 13:34 WrestleNova WWE Main Event Results (10/20): John Morrison Teams Up With Ricochet To Take On Angel Garza & Humberto Carrillo

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2021.10.23 13:34 jackd760 Warframe Trophy guide for both Ps4 and Ps5

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2021.10.23 13:34 cyberdbs I just want to get to the other side of the highway man.

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2021.10.23 13:34 LordXamon It's fictional satire welcomed here? I just reread this and thought of this sub.

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2021.10.23 13:34 The-Fourth-Hokage What is the best way to learn mobile development?

Hello everyone! I’m interested in mobile development. I want to increase my job opportunities, so I’m wondering if it is better to learn both iOS and Android, or focus on only one.
I’m more interested in learning iOS development, but I still want to keep my options open.
Is it better to learn Swift first, or should I learn React Native/Flutter and Dart? I learned the basics of JavaScript earlier this year, but I haven’t practiced it for a while, so I forgot most of what I learned.
What advice and suggestions do you have?
Thank you in advance!
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2021.10.23 13:33 ShotgunPumper We are our own bankers, right? So let's insure our own silver stacks! (SHTF prep guide)

WARNING: very long read! Although, if I do say so myself, it should be at least mildly interesting. It's a massive dump of info, so maybe consider just skipping to parts that interest you.
What good is your silver stack if you end up giving it away? Or rather, what good is your silver stack if you end up having to use it to purchase basic necessities simply to survive? We are going through the largest monetary reset in human history. People who merely own precious metals at the beginning will not be the winners on the other side of all this; rather, it is those who own the precious metals after the reset is over that will be the big winners. If you want to continue your ownership of your silver and other precious metals then it's a good idea to prepare for your basic necessities beforehand.
This monetary reset, like most others throughout history, will likely not be a peaceful transition. There will be, and already has been, shortages of food and power. There will be, and already has been, political violence in the streets. The probability of society nearly or completely collapsing, either on smaller, local levels or on larger, widespread levels is not zero. In fact, the probability of this happening is currently the highest it has ever been in our lifetimes. Once the hyperinflation sets in, it would be a miracle if social stability and the rule of law are maintained.
Again, it's those who maintain their precious metals all the way through a monetary reset that end up the winners. Any challenges which the monetary reset present to you that you're not prepared for will likely cost you where it hurts, your silver stack! Consider preparing for these potential challenges the monetary reset might present as insurance for your silver.
The potential challenges a monetary reset has in the past, and very likely might present to us in the near future, include, but are not limited to, famine, power outages, and violence in the streets.

Imagine a world where you go to your local grocery store and it's empty. Many of us have already lived through some degree of this back in 2020, and some of us are starting to experience a small degree of this now with many empty shelves. What I'm talking about, however, is going to the grocery store and there's absolutely nothing there to eat whatsoever. You can't go to McDonalds for food because they don't have any either. Food itself is a scarce resource.
There are already massive famines happening across the globe. Farmers across the west are essentially being forced by their governments to destroy their crops, only contributing to the food shortage. From these famines, from the deliberate effort of those in power to limit food production, and from historical examples of monetary resets and economic downturns, we can determine there will be a very high probability of food becoming a scarce and valuable resource. Right now food prices are not tremendously high, so unless you're willing to pay a serious amount of silver to purchase food during a famine, then it might be a good idea to spend a fraction as much purchasing power to accumulate food stores for yourself right now while he prices are low.
1A: Storing food
So storing food is a good idea which might help you preserve your silver stack. How should you go about it?
1A1: Frozen / refrigerated foods
Food that rots or spoils isn't worth anything to you when you need it. Realize that there is a VERY high probability of long term power outages during a monetary reset. For this reason, anything which requires refrigeration or freezing shouldn't be relied upon.
1A2: Rice, beans, etc
Rice and beans are a staple of cheap eating and with good reason. Big bags of rice, beans, pasta, etc are all going to be some of the very best food to store up. This is because they're some of the best bang-for-your-buck when it comes to calories-per-dollar, they're calorie dense which means they don't take up too much space for how many calories they provide, and they can, if stored correctly, last many, many years.
For reference, a 10lb bag of rice is about enough calories for one person for one week. Considering it's quite common to find a 20lb bag of rice for about $10 across the United States, this means it's possible, at least in some places, to calculate the cost of food at $5 a person per week. Know that dried beans have a similar amount of calories per volume/dollar as rice does.
If you store your rice and beans just in the bag as it is in your pantry, and assuming that pests don't get to it first, then you can expect it to last a few years at most. If your house becomes humid due to lack of air-conditioning, as a result of power loss, then this time might go from a few years down to a few months.
Storing food long term. The best way to store rice, beans, etc would be to put them inside a Mylar bag, put oxygen absorbers of an appropriate strength for the size of the bag (they're measured in cubic centimeters), vacuum seal the bag closed with a Mylar bag sealer, and then store these vacuum sealed Mylar bags of rice/beans/etc in a food grade bucket. The bacteria which would eventually make your food rot requires oxygen. Mylar bags, once sealed, are air-tight. Vacuuming out the air from within a Mylar bag full of food removes most of the oxygen that would make the rice/beans rot. Putting in oxygen absorbers ensures that any air left within the bag will not have the oxygen required to allow the food to rot.
Note that oxygen absorbers are rated for a certain volume of air, usually measured in cubic centimeters. It's easy to get the appropriate amount of oxygen absorber for the inside of a Mylar bag, but if you though you could just toss a few of these into a food grade bucket without the Mylar bags then just forget about it. Also note that oxygen absorbers that are not sealed when you bought them are worthless, as they've already absorbed whatever oxygen they could and are then useless. Ideally, the ones you buy will be individually sealed or sealed with not that many per package. As soon as these oxygen absorbers are removed from their bag/container, they start to absorb oxygen so do not open these until you already have the Mylar bags full of food and ready to be sealed.
The reason for the food grade buckets even despite the Mylar bags is that the bags themselves are not incredibly durable. Rodents and other pests could easily chew their way into the bags. Putting these bags inside of a bucket most prevents this from occurring. Also, the buckets make it much easier to move the food around, and they stack making it much easier to store the food.
All of this might seem like a lot of work to store away rice/beans/etc, but it really isn't. Also, the end result is that this food will likely last at least 20 years in storage instead of maybe 2 at the most without it.
1A3: Other dry foods
Things like flour, sugar, salt,dehydrated milk, dry seasonings, etc can all be, and should be, stored in the process previously described for rice and beans.
1A4: MRE and other ready-to-purchase survival foods
If you have the fait currency to spare then you can purchase these, but know that they're going to be significantly more expensive than storing away rice/beans/canned goods yourself. Most people are likely better off storing away their own food for pennies on the dollar, and then using the savings to purchase more silver, food, ammo, etc.
1A5: Canned goods
Canned goods are fantastic for food storage. Many people incorrectly think that canned goods are inherently full of harmful preservatives, but the canning process itself is what preserves the food inside. The food is put into an air-tight can, then the can it heated to a temperature which kills any bacteria inside. The end result is that the food inside more or less cannot rot and this is done without any use of harmful preservative chemicals. This isn't to say that all canned goods have no harmful preservatives, always read the labels of foods to check, but many canned goods don't have them. Also know that many fruits and vegetables that are canned end up being canned very shortly after being harvested from the farm, so in that sense these foods are very actually very fresh before being canned.
Here's a short anecdote for canned food... A can of food, which was properly canned, sunk to the bottom of a river along with the ship it was in. About a century later this ship was salvaged for historical study. The canned food was found and someone ended up opening a can to try the food inside. The person who ate the food did not become sick as a result, and the food largely had the appropriate taste and texture to be expected of it even after a century. This was also with canning technology from somewhere around the turn of the 19th to 20th century; the technology has only improved since then.
BE SURE, however, that the can itself is not compromised in some way. Canning is a great way to preserve food, but it's only as good as the can itself. Any can that has been punctured should be consumed immediately. Dented cans may have compromised contents. ALWAYS give canned food the 'smell test' before consumption. If the food smells fine then it's likely safe for consumption, but if it smells off at all then DO NOT EAT IT! The nose knows!
Canned goods are a great way to store away food. This is especially true of foods that would otherwise be difficult to preserve, such as fruits and vegetables. Canned goods pale in comparison to rice/beans as far as calorie density goes, but they're a fantastic way to store away certain vitamins and minerals that you don't find in rice/beans/etc.
Also know that most canned goods contain a good amount of liquid which is safe to drink, and should be to supplement your supply of water.
One important thing to note about canned goods... It's not just the can and the food. The can is almost always aluminum. If the food were in direct contact with the aluminum for years then this aluminum would eventually work its way into the food. To prevent this, there is a seal between the aluminum of the can and the food itself. The seal itself is usually fine, but acidic foods (example: anything with tomato sauce) will, over a few years, eat away at the seal between the food and the aluminum of the can. For this reason, don't expect to store anything with acidic contents for more than a few years. Anything which isn't acidic or otherwise contributes to the degradation of this seal can expect to be good for many, many, many, many years. Speaking of which...
One OTHER important thing to not about canned goods... Most goods on the shelf DO NOT, DO NOT, DO NOT have "expiration dates". Instead they have "best by dates." At least in the United States, companies cannot legally put "expiration dates" on canned goods as this is considered false advertising. Canned goods, which do not degrade the seal between the food and the can as previously described, last essentially forever. What these food companies do instead is put "best by" dates, which people confuse to be expiration dates, simply to convince the end consumer to throw away perfectly good food in hopes that they buy more cans of food to replace them. If you have some kind of canned good that's beyond its "best by" date, even if it's many years beyond this date, then so long as its contents are not especially acidic then it should still be safe to consume. Just be sure to give it the sniff test.
Canned meat is something you should consider storing a LOT of. Be it tuna, chicken, SPAM, or whatever, meat that is canned typically lasts essentially forever. VERY old cans of SPAM have been consumed without issue. If the supply chain breaks down, society collapses, or for whatever reason you cannot go to the store to buy meat then canned meat will likely be your only source of meat. This brings up the next topic...
1B - Hunting for food, or rather why you likely wont be for long.
Many people incorrectly think that if things become bad to the point of food being a difficult thing to come by that they will just go out into the woods and live off the land by hunting for their food.
To be sure, there will be plenty of hunting done at the beginning of a collapse of the supply chain. The issue is that there are so many human mouths to feed and only so many animals to be hunted. In the United States, during the Great Depression, deer were hunted almost to extinction in order to feed hungry mouths. This was with only a small fraction as many people living back then as there are now. The speed at which edible animals will be hunted will likely be staggering. View hunting for food as a temporary, short term solution at best. If you live way in the backwoods of Alaska, western Canada, etc then that's one thing, but I wouldn't expect there to be much game to hunt anywhere throughout most of the world after a very short period of time.
1C: Farming or otherwise growing your own food
This is its own topic which cannot be quickly covered accurately. The long and short of it is that if you don't already have a garden growing food when and if the supply chain breaks down / society collapses / etc, then don't expect to live off of grown food. Many people incorrectly think that because they have some seeds stored away that if things went bad they'd just toss the seeds in the ground, water them, and then life off of the food. Growing food is much more difficult than it seems, and it takes more time than many people think. Now would be the time to start a garden if you don't already have one.
Beyond just a garden, also consider raising certain types of livestock. Chickens are relatively easy to care for, and can be raised even in the backyard of a suburban house. Quail can be raised in massive quantities for meat in a garage. Just be sure to do your research beforehand, and to then stockpile additional food and other resources for any livestock you end up raising.
You can live about 30 days without food, but you can only live about three days without water. That begin said, water, unlike food, sometimes falls for free from the sky. Water, especially safe to drink water, will be a very serious concern if the supply chain breaks down, society collapses, or something similar happens. If, when you turn on the tap, nothing comes out then what will you do? Will you trade some of your valuable silver to someone who thought ahead, or will you already have your own safe to drink water stored on hand?
2A: Storing Water
Storing water is obviously a good idea. Plastic 55 gallon drums designed for storing water are relatively inexpensive and easy to source. For example, I'm pretty sure I saw some for $20 at my local Tractor Supply. Getting a few of those and then filling them up with your hose is inexpensive and store a good bit of water away for when you need it. Keep in mind that plastics tend to chemically react with cement if they're left in contact with one another for extended periods of time (years), so if you're going to do this then ideally you'd get something like a wooden pallet to put between any concrete/cement floor and your plastic barrels of water. Also know that this water should be further treated before its consumption/use if the water has sat there for any extended period of time.
Many people store away loads of bottled water, or water in gallon jugs. This is good for short term use, but know that eventually the plastics of the bottle/jugs leak into the water itself. You can actually taste the plastic in the water. For this reason, avoid these plastic containers for long term water storage. Also know that the previously mentioned plastic 55 gallon drums are designed with specific plastics to try and prevent this from occurring. The plastics of your average plastic water bottle or gallon of water are not.
2B: Gathering Water
Whatever amount of water you store, it will quickly be exhausted unless it's replenished. Having access to a stream or river would be ideal, but the next best suggestion on how to replenish this water is to collect rain, so long as you don't live in some kind of desert or somewhere it doesn't rain for very extended periods of time. Many people fashion rain collection systems using their already existing gutters for their roof. Know that any water collected in this way should be treated properly so it can then be safely consumed.
2C: Treating water
Obviously, if the water you have isn't pure, clean water and instead has particulate in it then it requires filtration in addition to the following.
Water that has sat for long periods of time, or that was just recently filtered to be clear, should, ideally, be treated as to kill any bacteria. There are different ways to treat water, but I'll mention two of the easier ways. The first is to boil the water, which is fairly self explanatory.
The second is to sterilize the water with bleach. There is an amount of beach which can be added to water which is highly lethal to bacteria, and yet of such low concentrations that it's perfectly safe for human consumption. Only use regular, unscented chlorine bleach. Do NOT use scented, color safe, or bleaches with added cleaners. The active ingredient in these bleaches is sodium hypochlorite, which usually comes in concentrations of either 6% or 8.25%, and depending on the concentration will determine how much bleach to add to what amount of water. For 2 gallons of water, you want to add about 1/4th of a teaspoon of 6% bleach, or 1/8th of a teaspoon of 8.25% bleach. If you have an eye dropper then add about 8 drops per gallon for 6% or about 6 drops per gallon for 8.25%. Scale this up or down for however much water you have. Also know that there are 3 teaspoons in a tablespoon, about at 16 tablespoon in a cup. After adding the bleach, stir it in and then let the water sit for about 30 minutes. The water should have a faint chlorine smell; if it doesn't have any chlorine smell at all then repeat the process. If the water has a very strong chlorine taste then pour it into a new, clean container and let it sit for several hours.
SILVER, yes silver. Precious silver. You knew that silver is naturally antibacterial, right? Did you know that if you have a container of clean drinking water that putting some pure silver bullion inside of it will keep the water safe to drink for a longer period of time? If you purify some water to drink then consider putting a silver coin inside. Thanks, silver.
2D: Clean water is everywhere if you know where to look.
This is another topic that is too vast to cover here, but there is a lot of safe to drink water that's hidden all around us in modern society. Just a few examples include the tank of a toilet, inside water heaters, and inside of pipes even after the water is no longer being pumped to your house. Also, although I've already said this, but canned food often contains a fair amount of water which is obviously safe to drink. Don't just empty out these fluid contents; consume them.
Don't forget to store up toiletries and other useful things that are not food and water. Store up tooth brushes, toothpaste, dental floss, mouth wash, soaps, shampoo, toilet paper, garbage bags, Ziplock bags, twist ties, towels, detergent, medical supplies (which should be its own topic, but again it would be such a long topic I wont bother. Also, I'm not at all qualified to discuss it), etc.
Basically, go through a few normal days and take note of anything you use that is consumed. Whatever things you use up, store a bunch of it in reserve.
There are also other useful things which can be stored for the purposes of trade. Consider storing strong alcohol, disposable lighters, and other things which would be valuable.
Security will likely be a a serious issue during this monetary reset. If you have anything worth defending, then it's likely you will end up having to defend it. There are a few things to keep in mind.
4A: Don't make yourself a target.
Don't tell people you stack silver, prepare for a potential collapse of the supply chain, or otherwise have anything someone else would want to take if times got rough. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, so trying to not stand out in the first place is sometimes the most effective security.
4B: Lower population = better
The more people there are in an area, the more issues you will likely have with security. Obviously, it will be a lot easier to defend yourself in a significantly lower population density area. Also, areas with lower population density will likely be comprised of a larger percentage of people who can handle themselves in the type of situation we are considering preparing for.
4C: More people on your side = better
If you have a larger group of people on your side then that gives you significant defense from other, smaller groups. If the challenge of feeding all of those mouths can be overcame, then this is a significant advantage to be had.
4D: Firearms and apocryphal misconceptions about gun fights.
This is a big topic and big issue for many people. Some people have a cartoonish idea of survival being one gunfight after another. They buy guns and only guns to prepare without thinking of other things they'd need like food, water, etc. However, an apocryphal notion as cropped up to counteract this notion which itself is nonsense. The notion in question is that you will most likely not get into any gun battles during your SHTF experience, or maybe one or two at the most. Obviously, if the rule of law is maintained during the monetary reset then gun battles will likely not be a concern for you. Also, if you live somewhere that firearms ownership is especially low then the chance you have to deal with gun battles are lower, although certainly not zero.
For people in the United States and anywhere else in the world that firearms ownership is common, know that people who have survived modern societal-collapse scenarios all tend to have the same advice and that's that there likely will be plenty of gunfights to defend what you have from others and it will consume a lot of ammo. Their advice is to stack as much ammo for your rifles as you can. They suggested that the gun fights they found themselves in consumed several hundred rounds each. Also know that ammo stored loose in the box is next to no good if you're being shot at; have ammo already loaded into magazines and ready to go.
This ammo becomes especially valuable, and itself can be used as a medium of exchange to acquire things you may need; spending this ammo instead of your silver will benefit you on the other side of the monetary reset.
Some people get in love with their guns. That's fine; everyone should have a hobby. However sometimes people will get in love with a gun that's uncommon to the area they live in. This might present an issue if a specific part of your gun broke and you ended up needing to replace the part. That, and if the gun shoots a caliber which is exotic to the area then you've little hope of acquiring more ammo if you run out. It's a good idea to have a kind of gun which is prevalent to your area chambered for a caliber which is prevalent to your area. For example, in the USA that would mean having an AR15 chambered for 5.56 NATO, or in eastern Europe having an AK chambered for 5.45x39 or 7.62x39. Having a type of gun your local military and/or police use is a big bonus in terms of acquiring more ammo and possibly spare parts if needed.
If you live somewhere that gun ownership is outright illegal or all but, know that there are still guns where you live. If you were to try hard enough, then you could get your hands on one. Having a gun is significantly better than not, and any laws prohibiting you from owning and carrying one are inherently unjust an immoral. If you do decide to get one regardless of your local laws, then just be sure not to get caught.
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2021.10.23 13:33 WrestleNova NWA Star Reportedly ‘In Town’ For IMPACT Bound For Glory

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2021.10.23 13:33 Flimsy-Surprise-5780 Ancient civilization in the woods? Time travel

A young boy is hiking, possibly in the desert, and he gets injured and when he wakes up he has time traveled to the same area thousands of years in the past with an advanced civilization.
I read this book in middle school and have tried to look for it periodically for several years.
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