"bailing out a bunch of bankers like the United States did a decade ago will not sit well with the Chinese population"
Banks in China are largely state-owned, hence they will not fail either way, or let's say the CCP will do anything to not let banks fail. I doubt that the Chinese population would b...
Haha. Now you don't have to worry about V2 Migration. It's all sorted out already! ✌
After gold and silver had their drop a few months ago, it's actually surprising to see copper doing as well as it has. USD 4 per imperial pound isn't the ATH, but it's more satisfying than USD 3.98 per. Then again, as with anything else, "buy the dip."
Yup. Clear as mud!
Privacy was a semi focus before but I firmly believe it's going to very soon be a big thing. Development on crypto has been huge as of this last year compared to any other year.
One more awesome show guys! Downloaded the actifit app. Looks great design wise and pretty simple to use.
I am sure my wife would be happy to see me finally walking out of my room.
I think OCD curators are doing well for themselves by getting involved in hunting the best content. It's like a full-time job.
The curation economy is going to rise as more curation projects like OCD emerge.
Yes, that's why everytime I see an update, I post it here. Requesting everyone to do the same. Will also try to document while migrating to V2.
It looks easier than I thought but I agree, it's important that we all help each other. Maybe we could have a top-level comment on the daily post for questions and answers regarding the migration
It's an interesting concept indeed. I wonder how curation is going to look like when Hive gets bigger. I think it's a bit overlooked nowadays
Me too! Will reach 1k CUB staked in the kingdom. That was my this year's goal. ✌
Yes, I think they need to update the website with the latest info.
I doubt very much that the United States will benefit from this particular crisis in China, especially because of two factors: 1) The tremendous dependence of that country on the Chinese productive apparatus, which produces a large part of the goods consumed by Americans. 2) The gigantic debt produc...