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The Weekly Five Pointer: Bitcoin-mania, Celebrity Google Searches, Viral Gifs, and More Big news this week. David Rockefellers 5-foot 200,000-contact Rolodex machine just put your LinkedIn page to shame. Mount Sinai published an unfortunate study about a woman whose faulty eclipse glasses left her with a crescent-shaped burn in her eye . And glitter is now not only a sticky mess but also an ecological terror and scientists are calling for its ban . Were back with these and five more stories you may have missed this week. Introducing a new Instagram messaging app Instagram is testing an app called Direct, which would replace the current inbox feature on Instagram and act as standalone app for private messaging. Direct became available for Android and iOS in six countries this week: Chile, Israel, Italy, Portugal, Turkey, and Uruguay. There is currently no timeline for a global adoption of the Direct app, but its rollout would mean yet another app added to parent company Facebooks growing roster. The Verge Google is launching a new feature wherein celebrities answer frequently asked questions in the form of video selfies. There are currently videos from 11 celebrities on Googles mobile platform, and the company plans to expand the offering both in terms of celebrities involved as well as availability on desktop. In a time where there is increased scrutiny around fake news, Google is taking an original approach to providing answers that come straight from the source. Time The price of bitcoin reached new highs this week, marking the sharpest rise yet for the digital currency known for its stock market volatility. The price of the currency jumped around 40% in 40 hours midweek, trading briefly for as much as $19,000 on some exchanges. The currencys skeptics and proponents Continue reading >>

Bitcoin Cash Vs Bitcoin: Cryptocurrency Schism Forces A Choice | Fortune

Bitcoin Cash Vs Bitcoin: Cryptocurrency Schism Forces A Choice | Fortune

I am utterly fascinated by the recent, furious emergence of Bitcoin Cash. For the unfamiliar, its a so-called fork of the original Bitcoin cryptocurrency that launched earlier this week and sent crypto-investors into a tizzy , trading the virtual coins up to hundreds of dollars each. At the time of this writing, one unit of Bitcoin Cash is valued at about $425an impressive sum for something thats existed for all of two and a half days. Like a world religion, Bitcoin Cash was created from conflicta rift in the original Bitcoin community over technical details pertaining to the structure of the digital currencys underlying technology, the blockchain. And like a religion, the Bitcoin Cash splinter faction was immediately rejected by the establishmentin this case by Coinbase, the largest Bitcoin exchange on the planet. You can almost picture a Bitcoin Cash enthusiastcall him Martin Lutherposting his 95-point screed to a cryptocurrency message board. Out of love for the truth and from desire to profit from it! he writes with zeal, punctuating the sentiment with a GIF of Aziz Ansari as the Parks and Recreation character Tom Haverford making it rain. Aziz Ansari as Tom Haverford on 'Parks and Recreation' Bitcoin Cashs emergence hasnt eroded support for the original Bitcoin. Indeed, one Bitcoin is worth about $2,760 at the moment, more than its value a week and a month ago. Investors and technologists alike sense opportunity in the schism. (Look no further than the Chicago Board Options Exchange, which plans to launch its own bitcoin derivatives trading products next year, and the rabid interest in initial coin offerings , or ICOs.) Cryptocurrency, long the domain of hustlers and dealers, is growing into a legitimate enterprise. The original Bitcoin, launched in 2009, was mere Continue reading >>

It's Nice That | Bitcoins And Other Cryptocurrencies Come To Life In Sylvia Yangs Animation

It's Nice That | Bitcoins And Other Cryptocurrencies Come To Life In Sylvia Yangs Animation

Bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies come to life in Sylvia Yangs animation Brooklyn-based animator and illustrator Sylvia Yang has art directed and designed a short for Bloomberg Businessweek. Exploring the subject of bitcoins and the way other cryptocurrencies are becoming more popular, the film also shares ideas on where the technology may be headed. My producer Raymond Schilinger and I initially pitched the idea to create an animation in conjunction with the launch of Bloomberg Buinessweek magazines The Year Ahead special issue, explains Sylvia. I worked with a great team. They gave me tons of freedom while I was building the illustration style and creating visual storytelling. The only constraints were the tight deadline and maintaining accuracy with the script. Sylvia describes her style as fun, colourful and quirky often scattered with cute elements. I am usually inspired by many things I like to do, such as watching animated gifs, weird videos deep on YouTube and cooking, says the animator. The short, bright, bold imagery is used to communicate the abstract ideas of the narration, and the simple shapes and familiar, everyday images used throughout help the viewer easily find a strong connection between the story and their lives. The creative worked closely with the writer and producer in order to make sure the complicated economic and technical jargon of the script was understood, in order to allow the visuals to be aligned with the story. She then collaborated with an all-star freelancing animation team made up of Andrew Embury , Ricardo Mendes , Ronaldo Serrano, Daniel Elder and Kyle Martinez, who pulled it all together in just a few weeks. Cryptocurrency has been one of the most popular subjects on the website and social media this past year, so we thought th Continue reading >>

Elon Musk May Be The Creator Of Bitcoin, A Former Spacex Intern Theorizes

Elon Musk May Be The Creator Of Bitcoin, A Former Spacex Intern Theorizes

Elon Musk May Be the Creator of Bitcoin, a Former SpaceX Intern Theorizes Could the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX have created the biggest cryptocurrency as well? One of the key mysteries of Bitcoin -- which recently reached a jaw-dropping value of more than $9,000 -- is who exactly created the cryptocurrency. Satoshi Nakamoto is listed as the author of the original paper describing Bitcoin, but no actual person, or group, has come out to say they are Nakamoto. Well, hold onto your hats, because Sahil Gupta, who says he was a software engineering intern at SpaceX, recently wrote a Medium post making a case that Satoshi Nakamoto is none other than Elon Musk . Related: 11 Things You Need to Know About Bitcoin What's Gupta's evidence for this claim? Nothing concrete, but his logic is relatively sound. The original 2008 Bitcoin paper was written by someone "with a deep understanding of economics and cryptography," which Gupta says Musk possesses. Musk is also a master of coding language C++, the language Bitcoin was written in, Gupta says. "Experience aside, Elon is a self-taught polymath. He's repeatedly innovated across fields by reading books on a subject and applying the knowledge," Gupta writes. "It's how he built rockets , invented the Hyperloop (which he released to the world as a paper ), and could have invented Bitcoin. Gupta then points to this 2014 tweet from Musk as a possible coy confession that he created Bitcoin. @X4NWO Well, now that Satoshi Nakamoto has been discovered, I guess it is case closed ... :) Continue reading >>

Bitcoin Made Simple Video Animation

Bitcoin Made Simple Video Animation

Baffled by bitcoin? Confused by the concept of crypto-currencies? Well, fear no more. In 190 seconds we explain what bitcoin actually is, where the idea came from and the impact it's having around the world. Is bitcoin the future of finance, a potential destroyer of the economy ... or just a silly slice of technical utopianism? Continue reading >>

Hunting Down The Neo-nazis Getting Rich Off Bitcoin

Hunting Down The Neo-nazis Getting Rich Off Bitcoin

Hunting down the neo-Nazis getting rich off Bitcoin With Bitcoin booming, dark web criminals are getting richer we investigate what this means and how to stop it with the expert behind @NeoNaziWallets Its been a good year forbigots and it might have just got even better. News of the Bitcoin boom has taken many people by surprise, some lucky enough to have inadvertently given themselves a nice Christmas bonus from residual (and virtual) coins, a lot of it purchased back in the days when theybought drugs off the dark web. Right now one Bitcoin is worth about $17,000 (13,000), despite the fact it started the year at $1,000. A few years ago it would only set you back $2-30. Now we havea generationwho are sad they snorted a house deposit, and people like James Howells, an IT worker from Wales , who accidentally dumped over 60 million worth of Bitcoin in a landfill. But Nazis who have had a very public love affair with the cryptocurrency and are typically banned from crowdfunding through legitimate avenues are cashing in on the Bitcoin wave. Dubbed the currency of the alt-right by Richard Spencer, a large part of the cryptocurrencys appeal is that it allows a greater deal of anonymity than currencies regulated by governments and banks. It has an allure to people who are reluctant to reveal their identity because theyre up to no good. For example, WannaCry crooks crippled the NHS system in the biggest ransomware attack in history forcing hospitals and doctors surgeries to turn away patients and cancel appointments. In return, they wanted $300 (233) for each affected machine. More recently, Christopher Cantwell crowdfunded his way out of jail for his violent role in the harrowing Charlottesville Unite the Right rally which left one counter-protestor dead, and 40 people injured Continue reading >>

Comparison: 3 Platforms Paying You In Bitcoin For Uploading Images

Comparison: 3 Platforms Paying You In Bitcoin For Uploading Images

Comparison: 3 Platforms Paying You in Bitcoin for Uploading Images Recently, three different startups have begun offering a way for anyone to earn bitcoin by uploading content such as images and videos. Bitcoin.com examines the differences between the three platforms. Also read: New Image Hosting Service Pays Thousands of Uploaders in Bitcoin Loopnroll allows users to publish photos, short videos and animated gifs along with music that plays while viewing. For each view that a post gets, a small amount of bitcoin is earned by its poster. Our site is about one year old, but the BTC feature is just a few days old, the Loopnroll team told Bitcoin.com, adding that There are about 10,000 posts on the site. According to the website, the company shares about 50% of our profit with users, and previous days earnings are automatically sent daily to users bitcoin wallets with no minimum payout. Your earnings will primarily depend on: number of views and geo-location of viewers, the website says. A view from Sweden is worth a few times more than a view from Somalia, the team clarified. Of the three platforms, Loopnrolls interface looks the most like Imgur , the worlds most popular such website. File Army launched its website in January, and an Android app shortly thereafter. Users upload images and earn money when their posts are viewed, liked, and also when someone follows their account. Occasionally, bonus money is offered from various activities such as logging in, opening newsletters and more, the site says, adding that they are working on introducing pay-to-moderate soon. Users are paid daily without any minimum payout size. Currently, JPG/JPEG, GIF, PNG and BMP are the supported file formats. The service has a unique pay scale based on the amount and quality of traffic which Continue reading >>

Bitcoin Roller Coaster

Bitcoin Roller Coaster

The story of the gif that keeps on giffing I created the Bitcoin Roller Coaster animated gif in early 2013. The inspiration came from all the talk of the price being a roller coaster ride. I posted it publicly in a few places: here on BrainlessTales.com, on the bitcointalk forums, and on reddit. The initial response was not great. Not too long after I created and shared the original other people began sharing it. In November of 2013 he made an appearance on bitcoinity as seen below. In 2014 fans of the gif began modifying it to suit the current price trend. 2014 into the beginning of 2015 was a major downturn in price as marked by these fan modified versions below. On January 6, 2017 the front page of r/Bitcoin went mad with the roller coaster. It was a really fun day full of ups and downs. The following day RT tweeted the original gif promoting a story about Bitcoin. On September 8, 2017 user, rgremill, posted his 3D printed Bitcoin Roller Coaster to reddit . I thought this was so awesome I contacted him, and he was gracious enough to print one and mail it to me ! This is the only place to buy official Bitcoin Roller Coaster merchandise. Please visit my Zazzle store through this site. I make more money if you enter the store from this page. :) Most items for sale are customizable in color, style, and size. Continue reading >>

A Bitcoin For Gifs Aims To Make Digital Art Ownable

A Bitcoin For Gifs Aims To Make Digital Art Ownable

A Bitcoin for GIFs Aims to Make Digital Art Ownable How do you put a price on a GIF if it can be copied with a keystroke? Maybe digital currency can change that. Art buyers don't tend to buy digital art, except for a website or domain name here and there . It's hard to put a price on a GIF if it can be copied with a keystroke. But maybe digital currency can change that. At Rhizome's Seven On Seven conference at the New Museum last Saturday, multimedia artist Kevin McCoy and entrepreneur Anil Dash suggested a way that a cryptographic block chain like the kind used to track bitcoin transactionscould also be used to establish that a particular digital artwork is "original," confirm its author, and, they hope,develop a market for it. After a dayof brainstorming and hacking, the pairtook a GIF, authored by Kevin and his partner Jennifer McCoy, and registered it in a Namecoin wallet. It was likely the first time anyone has given a work of art a place on theblockchain.Dash bought it for the four dollars he had in his pocket. The idea to combine digital currency and digital art has lately been brewing in some sort of hive mind.Both McCoy and Dash had imagined it separately. Back in October, McCoy started a thread on the subject in a Bitcoin forumthough to a fairly unenthusiastic response from the cryptocurrency community. And in Paddy Johnsons review of net art poster boy Brad Troemels March show at the Zach Feuer Gallery, she connected the dots between Troemels references to Litecoin and his own predicament as a digital artist:he had made a name for himself online but still needed real-life objects to make a buck. This isprecisely the problem McCoy and Dash set outto solve for internet artists everywhere with their project; its name, monegraph , is a portmanteau of the missio Continue reading >>

A Bitcoin For Digitalart

A Bitcoin For Digitalart

Still from cars.gif by Jennifer and Kevin McCoy On Friday May 2nd, around 7pm, Kevin McCoy completed transaction #1217706 on the Namecoin block chain. McCoy was taking part in Rhizomes Seven on Seven , the fifth annual conference pairing up of artists and technologists at the New Museum. And that transaction through Namecoin, one of the countless spinoffs of Bitcoin, created an entry in a public ledger of exactly which bits are changing hands between two people. But this transaction was different from the millions of other ledger entries tracked by Bitcoin and its variants. Excerpt of cars.gif by Jennifer & Kevin McCoy This time, the bits being traded werent just tracking a virtual currency. Instead, they were tied to an original digital artwork created by established artists, becoming the first to follow a new convention called monegraph . There has been hand-wringing about the fate of digital artists for at least as long as there has been digital art. But as most everyones computers got connected over the last two decades, the most fundamental cause of concern has been the effortlessness with which any given work can be instantly, and perfectly, copied. In a realm where novelty, rarity and exclusivity underpin so much of the (real or perceived) value of a work, copy and paste goes from being an act of creation to an act of destruction. Reblogging is essential to getting the word out for many digital artists, but potentially devastating to the value of the very work it is promoting. Whats been missing, then, are the instruments that physical artists have used to invent value around their work for centuries provenance and verification. Provenance for an artwork can be asserted in countless ways, from witnessing performance art firsthand to having a world-famous auction Continue reading >>

Bitcoin Is The New Birkin Bag

Bitcoin Is The New Birkin Bag

Simon Dennywith Linda Kantchev,Blockchain Future Statescompany postage stamp design: 21.co(nowEarn.com)(Bitcoin Blockchain assupra-statefree market currency), 2016.Photo by Nick Ash, courtesy of Galerie Buchholz, Petzel Gallery Ten years after Bitcoin's launch, the coins scarcity has generated a market that's more luxurious than libertarian. Simon Dennywith Linda Kantchev,Blockchain Future Statescompany postage stamp design: 21.co(nowEarn.com)(Bitcoin Blockchain assupra-statefree market currency), 2016.Photo by Nick Ash, courtesy of Galerie Buchholz, Petzel Gallery In 2012, a single Bitcoin was worth less than $10. On New Years Day 2018, it was worth $13,000. When its value dipped below $8,000 soon after, some suggested that the cryptocurrency movement was a temporary fad: like all trends, it was meeting its end. But the price is back up again, to over $11,000. Despite the fact that theres no such thing as a physical Bitcoin, the digital currency has, over the last few years, become a conspicuous display of wealth and financial presciencewhen its on the up. The currency is our newest symbol of luxury, a badge of the eliteat least on paper, as it were, and at least for the moment. Cryptocurrencys general gains in dollar value have also gained it cultural capital, and its unpredictable plunges have made it infamous. Rappers name-drop Bitcoin in songs, Paris Hilton promotes obscure virtual coins, and young visual artists are incorporating the technology into artwork. I see Bitcoin as an exotic financial asset that rich people are using to make more money, which at times is similar to art, says New Mexicobased artist Sterling Crispin. You just have to know when to buy and when to sell. In 2012, Crispin came up with an idea for a sculpture about the apocalypsewhich at the t Continue reading >>

Four Gifs That Perfectly Explain The Bitcoin/dogecoin Relationship

Four Gifs That Perfectly Explain The Bitcoin/dogecoin Relationship

Four GIFs That Perfectly Explain The Bitcoin/Dogecoin Relationship Join our community of 10 000 traders on Hacked.com for just $39 per month. As Dogecoin climbs up from an incredibly long 30 satoshi run to 100 satoshi, the community has done their best to remind themselves of their place in the world. While they want to be taken seriously in the financial aspect, they also want to hold onto that goofy demeanor that got them famous in the first place. Bitcoin may be number one across the board, but Dogecoin remains number two on CoinGecko and number five on Coinmarketcap despite all the bickering between the two communities. Whats the best way to describe their relationship? Through a goofy GIF, of course. This GIF is, arguably, the first to perfectly explain the Dogecoin relationship with Bitcoin. While Bitcoin is looking for Amazon to start accepting it, Dogecoin is dancing behind and thinks good things will come eventually. And they did; the GoCoin CEO confirmed PayPal will utilize Dogecoin during integration. In the early days, Dogecoin caught a lot of flack from the Bitcoin community. In a way, the very idea of Dogecoin made a mockery of the serious principles behind Bitcoin. As the so-called shibes heard Bitcoin users rattle off insult after insult, the shibes retaliated quietly; silently upvoting Dogecoin-related posts on the Bitcoin subreddit. This GIF does that conversation some justice. As mentioned above, Bitcoin enthusiasts were visceral to the Dogecoin community. Insults were thrown left and right; the Bitcoin community started to implode on itself in regards to the topic. Now when a Bitcoin user lobs a nasty statement about shibes, theyre silenced by others who stand-up for the goofy kid at school. At the end of it all though, both Bitcoin and Dogecoin can Continue reading >>

Jpmorgan Ceo Dimon Softens Tone On Bitcoin

Jpmorgan Ceo Dimon Softens Tone On Bitcoin

JPMorgan CEO Dimon softens tone on bitcoin But the Wall Street banks chief executive is still not interested in the cryptocurrency Jamie Dimon, the chairman and chief executive of JPMorgan, has pulled back from past comments calling bitcoin a fraud, as the cryptocurrency moves towards the financial mainstream. In September, Dimon dismissed the currency as a fraud andsaid he would fire in a second any of the banks traders he caught actively buying or selling bitcoin. His comments were swiftly followed bysimilar criticismsfrom rival banking CEOs Tidjane Thiam at Credit Suisse and Lloyd Blankfein at Goldman Sachs ,and Bridgewater CEO Ray Dalio , who called out the cryptocurrency and the maelstrom surrounding it. READ An audience with Andrew Bailey: The quiet man tipped to replace Mark Carney However, the US television network Fox Business today reported Dimon as regretting those comments . The JPMorgan boss told Fox: "The blockchain [technology which underpins cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin] is real. You can have crypto yen and dollars and stuff like that." Since Dimons initial comments, two large US exchange groups have launched platforms on which investors can trade futures contracts in the cryptocurrency. Bitcoin itself, since hitting highs in December, has suffered significant swings in value. In todays interview, the banking chief said: "The bitcoin to me was always what the governments are gonna feel about bitcoin as it gets really big, and I just have a different opinion than other people. I'm not interested that much in the subject at all." Continue reading >>

Best Moon Gif Ever : Bitcoin

Best Moon Gif Ever : Bitcoin

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Preloaders.net - Bitcoin Loading Gif, Svg And Apng Animation

Preloaders.net - Bitcoin Loading Gif, Svg And Apng Animation

Bitcoin loading GIF, SVG and APNG animation A button corresponds to the image type you need to generate Note: .GIF format supports only absolute transparency or no transparency at all. Therefore, when you select the GIF format and set background to transparent you will still be able to set a background color that will fill the back layer of semi-transparent parts of your image. Set the background of a preloader to transparent. For GIF images all semi-transparent pixels will be in front of the selected background color. This feature allows to generate preloaders with the default coloring scheme provided. "Use environment colors" and "Foreground color" options are disabled when this feauture is used. All transparent pixels will be filled with the given background. If "Use environment colors" function is used, the pixels that are converted to semi-transparent will be filled with the selected background color with the respective foreground color amount Identifies the interval of time between frames switching. The closer the slider is to + the faster the animation goes and vise versa. Denotes width and height of a preloader in pixels. The default best quality maximum size of each image is set when selected from the list. In order for the image to have proportional width and height, check the "Constrain proportions" box and it will change the other parameter in regards to the entered one. If you want to get back to the original size of the image, click on the "Reset sizes" link under "Preloader size" title. The algorithm works in regards to RGB invertion scheme Make the background color reflect in the preloader image. This feature is disabled when "Keep original colors" option is on Flips images vertically and/or horizontally. Note that some images are not affected by this f Continue reading >>

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