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5 New NFT Projects On The Rise
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5 New NFT Projects On The Rise

@ks.shilovKirill Blockchain enthusiast developer and writer. My telegram: ksshilov Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) became the hottest market, taking off in February. During that time, the NFT hype even displaced the previous focus on decentralized finance and offered its own bounty of outsized returns. NFTs have been around for years, but like everything in crypto, the boom...

Rebutting MIT’s Paper on Blockchain Voting – In A Completely Decentralized Manner
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Rebutting MIT’s Paper on Blockchain Voting – In A Completely Decentralized Manner

@benjaminbatemanBenjamin Bateman Over-opinionated hyphen-abuser, lover of words, and magical internet money community management extraordinaire. Prior to the Copernican Revolution, “conventional science” proclaimed with providence that the Earth upon which we walk is flat. Some may still argue, however, nowadays, most people agree it is round.  It is no surprise then, that when students at MIT...

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AI generates trippy music video inspired by 50,000 album covers

A Spanish artist has created a trippy music video by training a deep-learning algorithm on thousands of album covers. Bruno López produced the video by using a combination of Spotify data, Python scripts, and Generative Adversarial Networks. He first created a script that downloaded the album covers for every track featured on Spotify’s official editorial...

How to Use a Hardware Wallet to Store Your Crypto
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How to Use a Hardware Wallet to Store Your Crypto

Photo: John Biggs/Gizmodo Keeping your cryptocurrency in the exchange where you bought it, be it Kraken, Coinbase, or Gemini, is inherently dangerous. Most of us will dip a toe into the crypto markets by visiting one of these markets and buying a few hundred dollars in currency. But then what do you do with it?...

Get a 48-Pack of AA Batteries for Just $15, or AAA Batteries for $13
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Get a 48-Pack of AA Batteries for Just $15, or AAA Batteries for $13

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MyPillow Guy Says He’s Starting Some Kind of Little Twitter Platform That’s ‘Not Just Like a Little Twitter Platform’
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MyPillow Guy Says He’s Starting Some Kind of Little Twitter Platform That’s ‘Not Just Like a Little Twitter Platform’

Photo: Drew Angerer (Getty Images) Mike Lindell, America’s pillow man, may be being sued for $1.3 billion for spreading hoax, pro-Donald Trump conspiracy theories claiming election tech manufacturer Dominion Voting Systems engaged in massive fraud to get Joe Biden into office. But soon that might only be a sliver of the MyPillow founder’s riches, because...

In Cryptic Tweet, Elon Musk Refers to Antimatter-Powered Rockets
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In Cryptic Tweet, Elon Musk Refers to Antimatter-Powered Rockets

Is SpaceX secretly working on an antimatter propulsion system? Yes Man SpaceX’s Starship is powered by methane. Its Falcon 9 runs on highly refined kerosene known as RP-1. But if a new tweet means anything, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk already has his eyes set on a much higher-tech rocket fuel: antimatter. In a reply to...

SpaceX Plans to Bring Starlink Internet to Cars, Boats, and Planes
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SpaceX Plans to Bring Starlink Internet to Cars, Boats, and Planes

Starlink internet could be coming to international flights and freighter ships near you. Starlink Mobile SpaceX is asking US regulators for permission to build out its Starlink broadband internet service for cars, trucks, shipping boats, and aircraft, The Verge reports. So far, SpaceX has focused its Starlink efforts on providing rural homes with broadband speed...

SpaceX moves to beam Starlink internet into cars, boats, and aircraft
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SpaceX moves to beam Starlink internet into cars, boats, and aircraft

SpaceX is seeking regulatory approval to connect its rapidly growing network of internet-beaming Starlink satellites to cars, trucks, shipping boats, and aircraft. The request, filed last Friday with the Federal Communications Commission, marks SpaceX’s biggest step yet toward connecting Starlink to the automotive sector, a potentially lucrative line of business that would expand the company’s...