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The security of transaction block chains | A New Bitcoin Khan Academy Video

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Weekly Wrap 03/04

Market News
In the earlier part of the week, Bitcoin broke down to the $5800 level but managed to successfully close back above $6400. As expected, we eventually saw a move to the $7200 level that was followed by a swift rejection. Recent CME data released indicates that large-sized traders doubled down on their 2020 short positions between $8200 and $10,700. We are thus expecting the $8000 region to act as a large resistance level in the future.
In a new report, Binance Research found a ‘moderate’ positive correlation between Bitcoin and US equities during the first quarter of 2020, with neither being correlated to gold. Amongst their findings was the conclusion that despite Bitcoin displaying a positive correlation with US equities, this correlation coefficient remains unlikely to persist in the medium to long term as it was merely a result of global investors' flight to liquidity across all asset classes in the wake of COVID-19. This is positive news for investors who continue to use cryptoasset investments for diversification purposes.
Global markets are also up following Trump’s comments that crude oil production will likely be cut back. The announcement sent Brent crude levels up by over 25%. The move comes as oil was already climbing after Beijing instructed government agencies to start buying cheap crude for its strategic reserves.
Industry News
Other News
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Weekly Wrap 03/04

Market News
In the earlier part of the week, Bitcoin broke down to the $5800 level but managed to successfully close back above $6400. As expected, we eventually saw a move to the $7200 level that was followed by a swift rejection. Recent CME data released indicates that large-sized traders doubled down on their 2020 short positions between $8200 and $10,700. We are thus expecting the $8000 region to act as a large resistance level in the future.
In a new report, Binance Research found a ‘moderate’ positive correlation between Bitcoin and US equities during the first quarter of 2020, with neither being correlated to gold. Amongst their findings was the conclusion that despite Bitcoin displaying a positive correlation with US equities, this correlation coefficient remains unlikely to persist in the medium to long term as it was merely a result of global investors' flight to liquidity across all asset classes in the wake of COVID-19. This is positive news for investors who continue to use cryptoasset investments for diversification purposes.
Global markets are also up following Trump’s comments that crude oil production will likely be cut back. The announcement sent Brent crude levels up by over 25%. The move comes as oil was already climbing after Beijing instructed government agencies to start buying cheap crude for its strategic reserves.
Industry News
Other News
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⟳ 870 apps added, 78 updated at f-droid.org

Notice: this update is spurious, and the issue is being looked at.
⟳ f-droid.org from Wed, 26 Feb 2020 20:21:50 GMT updated on Sun, 01 Mar 2020 05:23:29 GMT contains 2962 apps.
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What is the Brave Browser, and How Does It Compare to Chrome?

What is the Brave Browser, and How Does It Compare to Chrome?


There are more competing web browsers than ever, with many serving different niches. One example is Brave, which has an unapologetic focus on user privacy and comes with a radical reimagining of how online advertising ought to work.
Brave is based on Chromium, the open-source code that forms the basis for Google Chrome. But is it any good? And for those using Google Chrome, is it worth switching to Brave?

A Brief History of Brave

When Brendan Eich and Brian Bondy founded Brave in 2015, they wanted to address what they perceived as the biggest problem with the modern internet: intrusive advertising.
Advertising is the fuel that powers the modern internet, allowing websites and digital creatives to monetize their content without charging users for each article read or every video watched. That said, Eich and Bondy think it’s got some pretty significant downsides, citing the potentially privacy-harming nature of advertising trackers, as well as the negative impact it has on the overall user experience.
Brave’s first release came about amidst two significant trends, which ultimately defined the new browser.
First, the cryptocurrency revolution was in full swing. Companies and individuals alike—like the pseudonymous Satoshi Nakamoto—were creating their own decentralized cryptocurrencies, which quickly reached billion-dollar market capitalizations. Second, ad-blocking technology entered the mainstream. By the decade’s halfway point, millions of people were blocking ads online across all browsers, desktop, and mobile.
Brave was one of the first browsers to include built advertisement and tracker blockers, leapfrogging the likes of Opera. It also came with its own cryptocurrency, called BAT (or Basic Attention Token), allowing users to reimburse the sites and creators they like.
Essentially, Brave wants to re-imagine how the Internet works: not just on a usability level, but on an economic level. It’s an undeniably radical vision, but you wouldn’t expect any less, given its founding team.
Brendan Eich is the inventor of the JavaScript programming language and co-founded the Mozilla Foundation, which created the popular Firefox web browser. He also briefly served as the foundation’s CEO before resigning following a bitter controversy over his political donations. Brian Bondy is also ex-Mozilla, and spent time at education startup Khan Academy.
Beyond that, Brave is a reasonably standard browser. Like Edge, Chrome, and Opera, it’s built upon the Blink rendering engine, which means webpages should work as you expect. Brave is also compatible with Chrome extensions.
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Knowledge check

I understand that most analogies that attempt to explain blockchain/bitcoin will be inherently incomplete/flawed since the technology is so new, but I still think they are critical for new participants to get a grasp on what’s happening, at least for me personally.
Hoping to get some help as I am having trouble synthesizing a few concepts:
My understanding is that all transactions are broadcast to the network. Initially I thought the distributed ledger was analogous to 4 individuals playing monopoly. Instead of having a banker, each player writes down whenever a transaction takes place. This particular analogy lead me to believe transactions were recorded in real time (a player shouts out their transaction and immediately all players record the transaction).
Learning about the proof of work lottery required me to tweak my understanding a bit. (Except in the case of forking) I gather that only one individual in the entire network is mining a block (recording transactions) at any given time? Not sure if this is true, but assuming it is, that person records transactions in time sequential order (or so I thought). Somehow a public and private key are involved here: I decided a public and private key are analogous to a username and password (I think this is grossly over simplified). Anyway, providing the password that corresponds with your username allows you to conduct transactions (digital signature). There is some validation of each transaction before the transaction reaches the miner (mechanisms here are unclear).
As stated above, I was initially under the impression that the miner is recording transactions in time sequential order, but then I remembered transactions fees. This lead me to think of transaction fees like bidding on eBay: the higher transaction fee you pay moves your transaction to the top of the list. Therefore transactions are not recorded in real time.
When your block is full (is there a certain GB limit?) the network validates that everything checks out. You get a lil piece of the action (deposit of transactions fees and a reward for mining a block into your wallet). The proof of work lottery begins again.
Two unanswered questions remain:
  1. Is the proof of work lottery “paused” while someone is actively mining a block?
  2. I have become exposed to the idea of mining and non mining nodes... what exactly is a non mining node? Someone who conducts (and validates) transactions but doesn’t play in the proof of work lottery? Or just pretty much everyone who owns bitcoin but is not set up for mining?
Very grateful to anyone who can check my understanding. Most of what I've learned comes from the ebook Inventing Bitcoin, this Hackernoon article that dives a bit deeper into validation, and this 3Blue1brown Youtube video that provides a high level review of foundational concepts. In addition I've been watching the Khan Academy series on Bitcoin, and listening to the Unchained podcast pretty religiously, however since I still feel uncertain on these introductory topics, I feel like I can't be totally engaged with new content.
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r/Bitcoin recap - November 2018

Hi Bitcoiners!
I’m back with the 23rd monthly Bitcoin news recap.
For those unfamiliar, each day I pick out the most popularelevant/interesting stories in Bitcoin and save them. At the end of the month I release them in one batch, to give you a quick (but not necessarily the best) overview of what happened in bitcoin over the past month.
You can see recaps of the previous months on Bitcoinsnippets.com
A recap of Bitcoin in November 2018
Adoption
Development
Security
Mining
Business
Research
Education
Regulation & Politics
Archeology (Financial Incumbents)
Price & Trading
Fun & Other
Congratulations Bitcoin on about to be 1 Million subscribers! See you next month!
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Contestando el post de una mexicana.

Pongo esto aqui por si me censuran en la comunidad que conteste, este es el post al que conteste: https://www.reddit.com/mexico/comments/f3j4jj/aquí_nos_tocó_vivi?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x

Hola. Como tu, yo tambien soy mexicano, so, I guess we are compatriotas. Al menos eso nos une.
Por otro lado, me gustaria compartirte mi perspectiva como alguien que es bilingue y que basicamente entiende la mentalidad mexicana (porque, bueno, yo tambien soy mexicano) pero a la vez entiende porque quizas en el reedit en ingles no te entendieron tanto.
(esto quiza va a ser un poco larguito, oh well)

1.- Los mexicanos somos muy mono-culturales, a mis compatriotas les gusta quejarse mucho de como los gringos son bien cerrados y no entienden nada del mundo (y si, muchos son asi, tambien, muy mono culturales) pero no entienden que eso de ser mexicano mono-cultural no funciona en muchos (muchisismos) contextos. Por ejemplo, basicamente todo lo que dices.
Digamos que si vivieras en un pueblo de mil personas, y no hay trabajo porque todos se fueron de mojados, ¿que haces? pues te vas a el pueblo grande, y si ese pueblo no es suficiente, pues a la ciudad pequeña, y si la ciudad no vale queso, le sigues a la capital del estado, y si el pais que tu percibes no vale queso, ¿que haces?, pues la mayoria de los mexicanos se quedan ahi, atascaditos como cangrejitos, llorando y lamentandose (que es algo tambien muy mexicano, je) pero no entienden (al menos a un nivel practico) que el internet ya lleva casi 40 años de creado, que paypal ya existe desde hace casi 20, que bitcoin y las criptomonedas ya existen desde hace 10 y que basicamente, puedes moverte a cualquier categoria de trabajo y (lo mas importante) a cualquier categoria de paga (USD; EUR) ¡sin salir de casa! (I know, mindblown)
2.- Los gringuitos son tambien bien mono-culturales, y ni saben (la gran mayoria) quien es lopez hablador, pero como el internet nacio literalmente entre europa y estados unidos, esta idea de ganar dinero de clientes en japon, estudiar con un maestro en inglaterra via youtube o khan academy, y otras tantas features ya son parte de su cultura, ya tuvieron primos que lo hicieron cuando tenian quince años, madres solteras que sacaron la mortgage con ebooks en linea de como hacer licuados, etc, etc.... pero para los mexicanos muy encerraditos en su burbujita toda la desgracia nacional empieza y termina en el presupuesto federal y en las idioteces que se dicen en las mañaneras.
3.- Que tu universidad era una porqueria?, personalmente yo me hubiera salido de ahi y hubiera estudiado en linea, la ultima vez que cheque puedes estudiar en harvard via coursera y recibir un diploma de harvard con cierta validez, o estudiar un curso especializado de google y ponerte en una lista de programadores oficial que google maneja. Toda esta informacion es literalmente solo una busqueda de duckduckgo away.

4.- Tambien tu mensaje esta bien extraño, primero dices que eres ingeniera y que no tienes trabajo pero luego dices ni te gusto todo el asunto y te rendiste, luego que mexico estaba bien del nabo pero que el df es lo mejor de la galaxia (yo vivi ahi un año y la verdad que como GDL no hay dos IMO) digo, entiendo que es una rant mexicana, pero digo, la cosa no tiene sentido, incluso tomando en cuenta la perspectiva cultural. ¿te percibes como la culpable de tus fracasos, o mexico, sus estructuras y sus taras te tumbaron? no parece que haya una conclusion al respecto en tu texto. Lo cual es importante, porque como dicen los guerejos "Clarity is power"

5.- A veces me alegro que los mexicanos sean tan mono-culturales y esten en su brubujita (ah, y eso de amar el extranjero y todo lo que esta fuera de mexico, tambien es un rastro cultural mexicanisimo) porque de otra manera, la monoculturales (je, new word) de mis compatriotas harian de este pais algo irreconocible pero peor, muchos haciendose ateos nada mas porque es trendy en silicon valley, otros aceptando las idioteces de la izquierda extremista que controla nueva york y permite aborta hasta los nueve meses (hola? estado fallido department?) so, la verdad que nose si desear que los mexicanitos sean mas individualistas como los gringos protestantes, porque en una de esas se confunden ese individualismo como una validacion de las herejias que creen y acabamos peor que en Utah....
Pero bueno, te recomiendo este video que no tiene nada que ver con el asunto, pero ya que gaste 30 minutos aqui igual tengo derecho a mi plug: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JiMqzN_YSXU&t=3s
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Nuvmining | What Is Bitcoin, How Is It Various Than "Real" Cash and also How Can I Get Some?

Bitcoin is a digital money. It does not exist in the kind of physical type that the currency & coin we're used to exist in. It does not even exist in a type as physical as Syndicate cash. It's electrons - not molecules.
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Yet consider just how much cash you directly handle. You obtain an income that you require to the bank - or it's autodeposited without you even seeing the paper that it's not printed on. You after that utilize a debit card (or a checkbook, if you're old school) to access those funds. At finest, you see 10% of it in a money form in your pocket or in your pocketbook. So, it turns out that 90% of the funds that you take care of are online - electrons in a spreadsheet or data source.
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However delay - those are UNITED STATE funds (or those of whatever nation you come from), safe in the financial institution and also ensured by the complete belief of the FDIC approximately about $250K per account, right? Well, not exactly. Your banks might just called for to maintain 10% of its deposits on down payment. In some cases, it's much less. It offers the rest of your cash bent on other individuals for approximately thirty years. It charges them for the funding, and also costs you for the advantage of letting them offer it out.
Just how does money obtain developed?
Your financial institution reaches produce money by offering it out.
State you deposit $1,000 with your bank. They then lend out $900 of it. Unexpectedly you have $1000 as well as another person has $900. Magically, there's $1900 floating around where prior to there was only a grand.
Currently claim your bank instead offers 900 of your dollars to another financial institution. That financial institution in turn lends $810 to an additional financial institution, which after that offers $720 to a client. Poof! $3,430 in an immediate - virtually $2500 produced out of nothing - as long as the bank follows your federal government's central bank rules.
Production of Bitcoin is as different from bank funds' creation as cash money is from electrons. It is not managed by a government's reserve bank, but rather by consensus of its customers as well as nodes. It is not developed by a restricted mint in a structure, however rather by dispersed open source software program and computer. As well as it needs a type of real work for production. Extra on that particular shortly.
Who created BitCoin?
The very first BitCoins remained in a block of 50 (the "Genesis Block") created by Satoshi Nakomoto in January 2009. It really did not really have any type of worth initially. It was simply a cryptographer's toy based on a paper published two months earlier by Nakomoto. Nakotmoto is an evidently imaginary name - nobody appears to know that she or he or they is/are.
That monitors everything?
Once the Genesis Block was developed, BitCoins have actually because been produced by doing the work of keeping track of all deals for all BitCoins as a kind of public journal. The nodes/ computers doing the computations on the journal are awarded for doing so. For each collection of effective calculations, the node is rewarded with a specific quantity of BitCoin (" BTC"), which are after that freshly produced right into the BitCoin community. For this reason the term, "BitCoin Miner" - because the procedure develops new BTC. As the supply of BTC increases, and also as the number of transactions boosts, the job essential to update the public ledger gets harder and also much more complicated. As a result, the variety of new BTC right into the system is created to be concerning 50 BTC (one block) every 10 minutes, worldwide.
Although the computer power for mining BitCoin (as well as for upgrading the public ledger) is currently boosting exponentially, so is the intricacy of the mathematics problem (which, incidentally, additionally needs a certain amount of thinking), or "evidence" needed to mine BitCoin as well as to settle the transactional publications at any type of provided moment. So the system still only generates one 50 BTC block every 10 minutes, or 2106 blocks every 2 weeks.
So, in a sense, everyone tracks it - that is, all the nodes in the network keep track of the background of every single BitCoin.
Just how much is there and also where is it?
There is a maximum variety of BitCoin that can ever before be produced, and that number is 21 million. According to the Khan Academy, the number is anticipated to peak around the year 2140.
Since, today there were 12.1 million BTC in flow
Your very own BitCoin are kept in a documents (your BitCoin purse) in your very own storage space - your computer system. The data itself is evidence of the number of BTC you have, and also it can move with you on a mobile phone.
If that data with the cryptographic key in your wallet obtains lost, so does your supply of BitCoin funds. And also you can't obtain it back.
Just how much is it worth?
The value differs based on just how much people believe it deserves - similar to in the exchange of "real cash." Yet due to the fact that there is no central authority trying to maintain the value around a certain level, it can vary a lot more dynamically. The very first BTC were generally worth absolutely nothing at the time, however those BTC still exist. Since 11AM on December 11, 2013, the general public value was $906.00 United States per BitCoin. When I completed composing this sentence, it was $900.00. Around the start of 2013, the value was around $20.00 United States. On November 27, 2013 it was valued at greater than $1,000.00 United States per BTC. So it's kind of unstable presently, yet it's expected to calm down.
The complete value of all BitCoin - since the period at the end of this sentence - is around 11 billion US bucks.
How can I get me some?
First, you have to have a BitCoin purse. This post has links to get one.
Then one method is to purchase some from one more private party, like these individuals on Bloomberg TV. One method is to purchase some on an exchange, like Mt. Gox.
As well as finally, one means is to dedicate a lot of computer power as well as power to the process as well as become a BitCoin miner. That's well outside the extent of this post. However if you have a couple of thousand extra dollars lying around, you can obtain rather a gear.
Exactly how can I spend it?
There are numerous vendors of all sizes that take BitCoin in payment, from cafes to auto dealers. There's also a BitCoin ATM in Vancouver, British Columbia for transforming your BTC to cash in Vancouver, BC.
And so?
Money has had a lengthy background - centuries in size. Somewhat recent tale tells us that Manhattan Island was bought for wampum - seashells & the like. In the very early years of the United States, different financial institutions printed their own money. On a recent visit to Salt Spring Island in British Columbia, I invested currency that was just good on the beautiful island. The common style among these was a trust agreement amongst its customers that specific currency held value. In some cases that worth was tied directly to something strong and physical, like gold. In 1900 the U.S. connected its currency straight to gold (the "Gold Requirement") and in 1971, ended that tie.
Currently money is traded like any kind of various other commodity, although a certain nation's currency worth can be propped up or decreased through activities of their reserve bank. BitCoin is an alternative money that is also traded as well as its value, like that of various other products, is figured out via trade, yet is not stood up or lessened by the action of any kind of bank, however rather straight by the activities of its individuals. Its supply is minimal as well as known nevertheless, and also (unlike physical money) so is the history of each and every single BitCoin. Its viewed worth, like all various other money, is based on its utility and also count on.
As a form of currency, BitCoin not specifically a new thing in Production, however it absolutely is a new means for cash to be created.
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Why I believe we're on the cusp of the 3rd great Bitcoin bubble

We've recovered from the last crash
You might think it's a bit early (based on the time frame for the last recovery), but things are looking a lot different than in 2011. I would suggest its because the last bubble popped prematurely due to Mt. Gox's failure of a trading engine.
Interest in buying Bitcoins has gone up to its highest point since the last bubble.
There's a similar spike in general interest. Partly helped along by the Silk Road news.
The network is being used at the same rate as during the last bubble.
The Bitcoin ATM story (see below) is causing Bitcoin to trend in Canada on Google (was #1 for a bit). The $27 story (see below) will almost certainly cause a large spike worldwide in Google trends once they're updated up to yesterday.
Lots and lots of new businesses now accept Bitcoins
One legitimate criticism of Bitcoin last year was the lack of places to spend them. We basically just had Alpaca Socks, Reddit and Wordpress, we've grown a lot since then!
Charities and others are taking donations
The first Bitcoin I ever spent was to donate to Wikileaks. More and more places are setting up Bitcoin donation buttons, because why not?
The $27 story is going massively viral
I think the attention this story is getting took a lot of us by surprise. We're thinking "of course if you bought Bitcoins in 2009 you're rich" and it didn't make much of a splash. But to the rest of the world it's a very novel and interesting story.
The first Bitcoin ATM has been installed
Easier way for people acquire Bitcoins with cash. Lots of free publicity. More machines are on their way and will generate more and more news.
Institutional money is coming
Afraid with the price at $200 that it will be hard to find enough moms and pops to keep money coming in faster than miners are selling? Don't be, there are individuals out there with a net worth higher than the entire Bitcoin ecosystem.
Interesting new developments
Cool things that didn't exist before the last bubble (as far as I remember).
Governments are explicitly saying it's not illegal
More and more governments are either saying Bitcoins are legitimate currency, or releasing guidelines for exchanges to comply with anti-money-laundering laws.
New generation of exchanges
Mt. Gox's terrible trading engine was a huge factor in the last crash. They couldn't keep up with all the new interest.
This time around there are more exchanges in more countries, and not a single point of liquidity.
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Would like some help and input on my phone and windows computer setup :)

Hi!
(English is not my native language but I'll try to define my desires as clear as possible, and finding it hard to turn this post in a perfectly coherent story, just so you know :) I'm trying my best not to go off topic as much as I can but sometimes I feel the need to say things to clarify my desires)

I bought a galaxy s10 Plus a while ago and before setting it up and cleaning my online clutter I decided to read up more about privacy, security, open source, google, tracking and so forth. And then the journey began! :P I'm processing all of the info I read and watched the last months but I find it's hard to take every little detail into consideration and make the perfect decision for everything haha. So I'm kind of stuck now in the sense that I want to set everything up but don't know exactly what is the correct order to do things not to mess up and whats the right setup for me.
So the question(s) arose; What is my personal desire in terms of privacy and security. And what is the setup for me so I can have the right balance between convenience, productivity, privacy and security online. What is attainable and what is not.
For me all of this has to do with trust, what people, organizations, institutions, companies can you trust with your information. If we lived in a world where we can trust that other people have the best intentions for everyone around them and are committed to creating a world of freedom, love, safety and trust and are committed to lift the human spirit and give the support to let it reach it's ultimate potential most of these precautions or worries would not be necessary, unfortunately we don't (at the moment) so we have to take some measures.

Most important for me:
- Keep my bank details safe, bitcoin, creditcard information and so forth. (My creditcard have been scammed once, dont want this to happen again)
- Keeping my internet searches private
- Keeping my communication private
- Having the right balance between privacy and security. Do I choose to download using google play so the chances are bigger I download apps that are not infected, or do I choose to get rid of google play and take a certain risk.
- Being able to use my phone without being paranoid about of worrying about everyone and everything constantly tracking me, listening to me and so forth.
It's a very intense and crazy time we are living in at the moment but I don't want to let the paranoid mindset taking hold of my life again like it used to do. I see people taking extreme measures to ensure maximum security or privacy and admire them for that but that's not my final goal.
I would like to have a setup that I feel that I have done the things I could do to "maximize" my privacy, anonymity, security, and productivity without getting too paranoid and stressed out over minor things.

I've concluded a few things in this process:
  1. What I don't have control over.
People who have malicious intent trying to get their hands on private and or sensitive personal information.

  1. What I do and have control over.
Details I consciously share with other people; details about my personal private life like my emotional state, sensitive information, photos and so forth. Online and offline, this is all up to me to decide how and what I share.
Details I share online like credit-card information, bank details, email addresses, passwords, usernames and so forth.
Doing my best in taking the necessary steps to prevent the people who have malicious intent getting their hands on my personal and sensitive information and I want to able to trust some people and companies with my information.


Question for myself which I have not been able to answer myself yet: Do I really want to get rid of google entirely and live with the consequences (and what are the consequences exactly?) The main reason I want to limit the use of google services is because I don't want them to have all the information about me readily available to them. Contacts, passwords, photos, emails, messages, location, knowledge of all the apps I'm using, knowledge of all the places I have accounts with, all of my search history and so forth.
It's about me personally but above all like for the most of you all its about the fact that companies like Google and Facebook are changing the way people behave, feel, think, act or not act, the opinions they have, their outlook on life, their beliefs, their hopes, their fears and so forth. For the good and for the bad. So a step in the direction of providing them only the information that I think is for the betterment of human potential feels like the right step.
I have a lot of questions and/or concerns and have been looking for answers or solutions myself for a while now, some things I figured out but some I'm just going to ask to see if you have an answer for me personally, or ask me critical questions so I can be more clear on what I want and why. Some/most questions I ask here I've been trying to find an answesolution to but haven't found it yet.

Things I want to do and/or have questions about and/or want some tips/input on:
- I have a windows computer and want to make a clean install and reinstall all the software I need.
- I bought a new galaxy s10 plus and want to uninstall some pre-installed bloatware using ADB and Fastboot. What to do, what not to do.

- What is your view on finding the balance between convenience, anonymity, privacy, security and productivity.

- What are good/trusted sources to download apps?
- Is Google play keeping track of all the apps you use in terms of usage duration, when and where you are using them and so forth?
- Is it better to use Google play to download apps in terms of security opposed to using apps like aurora to bypass google play?
- I think I need Google play to download some apps like banking apps. Is it better to download these apps through google play so you have less change of installing malicious apps?
- How does it work when you have google play installed on your phone and also use apps like aurora to download apps. Because when you download apps with aurora they also show up as installed apps in your google play app.
- When and why its okay to use Google apps/services. Can you guys give me your opinion on the do's and don'ts with google?

- I'm new to bitcoin and started to use Trustwallet. This was recommended by a friend of mine. Any tips on security around bitcoin?
- Some tips on storing my phone contacts.
- Tips on privacy around apps like todoist, Notion, journaling apps, habit trackers and so forth.
- I'm using my phone as a Wifi Hotspot because I have an unlimited data plan and speeds are reasonable. So don't really need a fixed ISP. I'm not a gamer and I don't need to download large amounts of data. Any tips on security measures?

- Can you trust sites like APKpure to download apps if I were to choose not to use google play?
- What is your opinion about using YouTube. I have a YouTube premium account at the moment, mostly because of the listen to audio with screen off function, to not have ads and to be able to organize and access my viewed content easily. I know there are apps that give you without needing a premium account?

Things I have already done/ I already do:
- Shifting/shifted from Gmail ( which I never used in the first place) and live mail to a Proton mail account with different mail addresses for different purposes.
- Using Firefox with ABP, Lastpass, ghostery, duckduck go.
- Logging in to my online accounts with a protonmail adress and have strong different passwords for each one of them.
- Being aware of what permissions I give to what apps in terms of microphone usage, camera usage, access to contacts, location and so forth.
- Using the online platform instead of apps for ordering products online

Things I'm going to do/would like to do or would like to have:
- Stop using google drive/photos and delete all my files. I know they will keep the data forever but seems like a good idea do delete it from my account anyway.
- Delete my facebook account.
- Find alternatives to google services.
- Would like to have a good calendar app, waiting for Proton calendar to see if it meets my requirements.
- A trusted storage cloud. I'm looking at Tresorit.
- Using IP Vanish atm but looking at MullvadVPN


Few things I have figured out for myself :

https://www.greenbot.com/article/3155202/how-to-set-up-your-android-phone-for-ultimate-privacy.html
https://www.technobuzz.net/remove-system-apps-samsung-galaxy-s10/
https://www.technobuzz.net/how-to-install-adb-and-fastboot-on-windows/
https://www.technobuzz.net/install-galaxy-s5-samsung-android-usb-drivers-pc/

Any tips on how and what to uninstall and what to look out for? Is it possible to delete the whole google section from Android settings?

Apps I would like to have on my phone (please share your tips/insights on why or why not to have these apps or tips on alternative apps) :

Browsing:
- Torbot
- Firefox with Ghostery. DDG, ABP

Communication:
- Proton-mail
- Signal
- Whatsapp

Productivity, time management and personal development:
- Scanbot
- Todoist ( to do list application I really like, I've read the privacy policy and deciding for myself what for, how and why i want to use it and what information I trust the company with)
- Notion ( App to create your personal dashboard and help you be more productive, I've read the privacy policy and deciding for myself what for, how and why I want to use it and what information I trust the company with )
- Note Taking App (Trying Orgzly atm)

Security:
- Lastpass
- VPN Service

App "store":
- Aurora
- F Droid
- Google play?

Music:
- Shazam
- Spotify
- Soundcloud

Community:
- Reddit
- Quora

Finance:
- Trustwallet
- Personal Banking Apps
- Paypal

Educational:
- Udemy
- Skillshare
- TED
- Khan academy
- Audible
- Youtube app

Miscellaneous:
- A third party keyboard (was using Swiftkey but concerned about privacy issues)
- A navigation app ( trying Maps.me atm)
- A weather app


I might have missed a few points but I'll come back later to review my post:)
Thanks in advance for your time and input!
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Give Bitcoin this Christmas. I'll start with 25 Bitcoin... (day 2)

Update

Waiting on hearing back from Khan Academy to get donation address since their bitcoin link didn't work on site. Will create a new thread (day 4) tomorrow with another charity/cause picked also. Thanks for all the suggestions.  
Link to post from day 1 https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/7gpe1q/give_bitcoin_this_christmas_ill_start_with_25/
 
For the 25 days up to Christmas I will donate 1 Bitcoin to a good cause suggested by bitcoin. It can be a charity, an open source project, a crowdfund or anything else.
 
When submitting a suggestion it would be great if you could link to a donation page with a Bitcoin donation address if available. This will allow others to find and donate to causes they wish to also.
 
Each day I'll pick from the suggestions, likely the most upvoted one. I'll ignore any scams. Also I think that it would be best to have 25 individual donations so I will pick a different one each day.
 
I would like to encourage everyone here to try and donate anything they can too. Either to the same causes I do, others suggested that I didn't donate to, local charities or family and friends in need. Especially if the recent price increase has been good for you.
 
I will try to send donations as fast as possible but there may be times where I have to do more research or checks to verify the suggestions are legit.
 
Proof of funds: Message: "Give Bitcoin this Christmas" Address: 34WbSyrtibUJiFbRa7ukLC8RGdFMnQRn4b Signature: I8vZgsyOb1CKbTjo/Mravp03yIFnC94GNTVYOkBbhIUPUajfKPg4nh8zj7dWu5qzev2nsAtByLwpHHDnVwyAxsI=
 
Note that the address above doesn't contain 25 now due to sending yesterdays donation so the funds moved to change address. Also you need to verify it using Trezor.
 
Lastly, if you wish to give but don't have the time to check Reddit for the next 25 days you can send Bitcoin to the address above. I will divide the extra Bitcoin sent to that address by 25 and donate it to each of the chosen causes on the 25th or the 26th.
 
P.S. Please make sure that any donation websites or addresses posted are legit before sending Bitcoin as unfortunately we usually have to deal with a lot of scammers when doing giveaways.

Day 1:

The most upvoted suggestion was the Electronic Frontier Foundation. I have donated 0.90442 ($10554) to them.
 
tx id's: 32f1e3ef6568148d2c2749965fa45d1444c5a8f8e9676df954ffd512b163004c
  3fbea4e956c296f311d08410b7ef06d3dd0d434187b2cc5877bf09610fd2f68d
  bf51b214767b6d95dab4f0665cb9d3d7a332577a72f63b55f504fd895da885b8   bf4b8cdb8f11a347cede1eb121fa8fb4750d2827bd58cd69b2ddd4cdb07382cf
  Don't send to those addresses if you wish to donate to the EFF, those were temp wallets produced by their payment processor.
 
Looking for suggestions on how to get others involved. Sure there are a lot of people on this sub who have benefited from Bitcoin/crypto this year.
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Tipping / Giving Tuesdays - first 1000 comments get some free bitcoin! (Please consider passing it on!)

SOME TIPPING SUGGESTIONS
IF ANYONE WOULD CONSIDER ORGANIZING THESE TABLES INTO CATEGORIES PLEASE MESSAGE ME FOR COMPENSATION PRIVATELY
Will do it like last time... Those of you who submit great charities or causes that need donations will receive higher gifts from me and have it added to this text! :D
Those of you who just want the charity of your own pockets to expand still say Hi :) 100 bits for the first 1000 comments!
### PLEASE CONSIDER PASSING MY TIPS ON TO OTHERS OR CHARITIES :D ###
If the older members spot fake accounts trying to take the charity and twist it for their own selfish reasons - please feel free to down vote it or comment and you will be awarded a bounty! XD
The Water Project The Bitcoin Movement The Internet Archive
Wikimedia Aphasia Institute GPG Tools
Seans Outpost Water Aid Technology for kids
The TOR Project Candian Down Syndrome Society Tails
RNLI Khan Academy Alzeimer's Association
Save The Trees New Technology to Cure Hunger Ending Poverty
Save The Seas Without Regrets Watsi
Songs Of Love Non-Profit Tech Resources Fight Cancer
Bitcoin Research Comparables United Way Engineers without Borders
MAPS Mesothelioma Research Bone Marrow Help
Education The Planetary Society Bread For The City
Give A Mile Stop Domestic Violence Fight Malaria
Legalise Marijuana Anza Help Kids
LibreOffice Mozilla Foundation Darkcoin Foundation
United Sikhs Cancer Support Operation Fistula
BitGive Foundation WikiLeaks Hotspot Community Resource Center
Antiwar.com Free Software Foundation Saving Girls
The Tenth Amendment Center Young Minds The Bitcoin Foundation
GPG Project Apache Software Foundation The Food Democracy
Skateistan Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Capital Region Catalyst Foundation
Dark Wallet Sea Shepherd Kitty Safe Haven
Tempe Bicycle Action Group Free Ross Charity Water
Open Bazaar Krono Labs The Northern California DX Foundation
Calgary Womens Centre Pathways Canada Help Rescue Animals
Pathways To Education Exponential Education Peace Geeks
Abolitionist Law Centre 100% Epic Change
Generations Of Hope Methuselah Foundation SETI
Bitcoins Not Bombs Erowid World Builders
Wau Holland Foundation Rise up World Aid
Pathways To Education www.awanj.org Solar Cookers
Project Free State Blender Open Source www.coincenter.org
Reef Check
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Tipping / Giving Tuesday - first 1000 comments get free bitcoin - stop in and say hi!

SOME TIPPING SUGGESTIONS
Will do it like last time... Those of you who submit great charities or causes that need donations will receive higher gifts from me and have it added to this text! :D
Those of you who just want the charity of your own pockets to expand still say Hi :) 100-1000 bits for the first 1000 comments!
### PLEASE CONSIDER PASSING MY TIPS ON TO OTHERS OR CHARITIES :D ###

Charities Accepting Bitcoin

No Bitcoin? Help these Charities

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Tipping / Giving Tuesday is here, first 1000 comments get some Bitcoin!

SOME TIPPING SUGGESTIONS
[Millionaire Makers](www.reddit.com/millionairemakers)
Will do it like last time... Those of you who submit great charities or causes that need donations will receive higher gifts from me and have it added to this text! :D
Those of you who just want the charity of your own pockets to expand still say Hi :) 100 bits for the first 1000 comments!
### PLEASE CONSIDER PASSING MY TIPS ON TO OTHERS OR CHARITIES :D ###
If the older members spot fake accounts trying to take the charity and twist it for their own selfish reasons - please feel free to down vote it or comment and you will be awarded a bounty! XD
The Water Project The Bitcoin Movement The Internet Archive
Wikimedia Aphasia Institute GPG Tools
Seans Outpost Water Aid Technology for kids
The TOR Project Candian Down Syndrome Society Tails
RNLI Khan Academy Alzeimer's Association
Save The Trees New Technology to Cure Hunger Ending Poverty
Save The Seas Without Regrets Make a millionaire
Songs Of Love Non-Profit Tech Resources Fight Cancer
Bitcoin Research Comparables United Way Engineers without Borders
MAPS Mesothelioma Research Bone Marrow Help
Education The Planetary Society Bread For The City
Give A Mile Stop Domestic Violence Fight Malaria
Legalise Marijuana Anza Help Kids
LibreOffice Mozilla Foundation Darkcoin Foundation
United Sikhs Cancer Support Operation Fistula
BitGive Foundation WikiLeaks Hotspot Community Resource Center
Antiwar.com Free Software Foundation Saving Girls
The Tenth Amendment Center Young Minds The Bitcoin Foundation
GPG Project Apache Software Foundation The Food Democracy
Skateistan Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Capital Region Catalyst Foundation
Dark Wallet Sea Shepherd Kitty Safe Haven
Tempe Bicycle Action Group Free Ross Charity Water
Open Bazaar Krono Labs The Northern California DX Foundation
Calgary Womens Centre Pathways Canada Help Rescue Animals
Pathways To Education Exponential Education Peace Geeks
Abolitionist Law Centre 100% Epic Change
Generations Of Hope Methuselah Foundation SETI
Bitcoins Not Bombs Erowid World Builders
Wau Holland Foundation Rise up World Aid
Pathways To Education www.awanj.org Solar Cookers
Project Free State
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Tipping / Giving Tuesdays - first 1000 comments get some free bitcoin! stop in and say hi

SOME TIPPING SUGGESTIONS
Those of you who just want the charity of your own pockets to expand still say Hi :) 100-1000 bits for the first 1000 comments!
SPECIAL THANKS TO johnybravo42 FOR HELPING TO ORGANIZE THE LIST - BOUNTY OF 25,000 BITS PAID
### PLEASE CONSIDER PASSING MY TIPS ON TO OTHERS OR CHARITIES :D ###
If you spot fake accounts trying to take the charity and twist it for their own selfish reasons - please feel free to down vote it/comment and you will be awarded a 500 bit bounty! XD

Charities Accepting Bitcoins

No Bitcoins? Help these Charities

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Tipping / Giving Tuesdays first 1000 comments get Bitcoin

Barbados Food Drive

Bitt.com has gracefully assisted us in providing the deep cold storage multi signature wallet solution. We want to maintain complete openness with /bitcoin. All funds will be right there for perusal - spent funds will have scanned invoices and clear explanations. We think transparency is paramount and are taking strives to ensure the community feels that their pledges are actually going to the hungry.
I have personally pledged 1.9 BTC - Bitt & Changetip have also agreed to donate towards the cause.
We will be recording parts of the event so /bitcoin may share in what we have all helped to create.
PLEDGE FOR THE FOOD DRIVE BY EITHER DONATING HERE:
3Jma5Nh2kLjpXmbQ2WWDVj8mMn3Kx8zaNh
or via changetip - all tips will be sent across to that address. If you have another crypto currency which you wish to donate in please write it in the thread and we will PM you directly to assist you.
EDIT We have raised 2.4 BTC so far and are nearly at our target 3.0 BTC - We will keep the community abreast of all that happens and look forward to feeding some hungry people with our Magical internet money.

Little Bit Back

Tails – Anonymous Operating System
Tails is a live operating system, that you can start on almost any computer from a DVD, USB stick, or SD card. It aims at preserving your privacy and anonymity, and helps you to:
  • use the Internet anonymously and circumvent censorship
  • all connections to the Internet are forced to go through the Tor network
  • leave no trace on the computer you are using unless you ask it explicitly
  • use state-of-the-art cryptographic tools to encrypt your files, emails and instant messaging
Donate bitcoin directly at Little Bit Back.

Lighthouse / Lightlist.io

The Ronald McDonald House of the Capital Region is raising money through a Lighthouse campaign to purchase a medical grade breast pump, which already reached 93% out of the needed 5.6 BTC.
Make your pledge directly at Lightlist.io or download the project file to open it in your Lighthouse client.
SOME TIPPING SUGGESTIONS
Those of you who just want the charity of your own pockets to expand still say Hi :) 100-1000 bits for the first 1000 comments!
### PLEASE CONSIDER PASSING MY TIPS ON TO OTHERS OR CHARITIES :D ###

Charities Accepting Bitcoins

No Bitcoins? Help these Charities

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Tipping / Giving Tuesdays - Time to spread the love! :D - First 750 comments get some bitcoin!

SOME TIPPING SUGGESTIONS
Will do it like last time... Those of you who submit great charities or causes that need donations will receive higher gifts from me and have it added to this text! :D
Those of you who just want the charity of your own pockets to expand still say Hi :) 100 bits for the first 750 comments!
### PLEASE CONSIDER PASSING MY TIPS ON TO OTHERS OR CHARITIES :D ###
If the older members spot fake accounts trying to take the charity and twist it for their own selfish reasons - please feel free to down vote it or comment and you will be awarded a bounty! XD
DONE FOR NOW GUYS WILL TOP UP THE LAST FEW LATER - WILL BUMP THE COMMENT CUT OFF POINT TO 800 NEXT WEEK AND +50 EVERY WEEK AFTER - GOOD NIGHT!
The Water Project The Internet Archive Tor Exit Nodes
Wikimedia Aphasia Institute GPG Tools
Seans Outpost Water Aid Technology for kids
The TOR Project Candian Down Syndrome Society Tails
RNLI Khan Academy Alzeimer's Association
Save The Trees New Technology to Cure Hunger Ending Poverty
Save The Seas Without Regrets Make a millionaire
Songs Of Love Non-Profit Tech Resources Fight Cancer
Bitcoin Research Comparables United Way Engineers without Borders
MAPS Mesothelioma Research Bone Marrow Help
Education The Planetary Society Bread For The City
Give A Mile Stop Domestic Violence Fight Malaria
Legalise Marijuana Anza Help Kids
LibreOffice Mozilla Foundation Darkcoin Foundation
United Sikhs Cancer Support Operation Fistula
BitGive Foundation WikiLeaks Hotspot Community Resource Center
Antiwar.com Free Software Foundation Saving Girls
The Tenth Amendment Center Young Minds The Bitcoin Foundation
GPG Project Apache Software Foundation The Food Democracy
Skateistan Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Capital Region Catalyst Foundation
Dark Wallet Sea Shepherd Kitty Safe Haven
Tempe Bicycle Action Group Free Ross Charity Water
Open Bazaar Krono Labs The Northern California DX Foundation
Calgary Womens Centre Pathways Canada Help Rescue Animals
Pathways To Education Exponential Education Peace Geeks
Abolitionist Law Centre 100% Epic Change
Generations Of Hope Methuselah Foundation SETI
Bitcoins Not Bombs Erowid World Builders
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Tipping / Giving Tuesday - first 1000 comments get free Bitcoin!

SOME TIPPING SUGGESTIONS
Will do it like last time... Those of you who submit great charities or causes that need donations will receive higher gifts from me and have it added to this text! :D
Those of you who just want the charity of your own pockets to expand still say Hi :) 100 bits for the first 1000 comments!
### PLEASE CONSIDER PASSING MY TIPS ON TO OTHERS OR CHARITIES :D ###
If the older members spot fake accounts trying to take the charity and twist it for their own selfish reasons - please feel free to down vote it or comment and you will be awarded a bounty! XD
The Water Project The Bitcoin Movement The Internet Archive
Wikimedia Aphasia Institute GPG Tools
Seans Outpost Water Aid Technology for kids
The TOR Project Candian Down Syndrome Society Tails
RNLI Khan Academy Alzeimer's Association
Save The Trees New Technology to Cure Hunger Ending Poverty
Save The Seas Without Regrets Make a millionaire
Songs Of Love Non-Profit Tech Resources Fight Cancer
Bitcoin Research Comparables United Way Engineers without Borders
MAPS Mesothelioma Research Bone Marrow Help
Education The Planetary Society Bread For The City
Give A Mile Stop Domestic Violence Fight Malaria
Legalise Marijuana Anza Help Kids
LibreOffice Mozilla Foundation Darkcoin Foundation
United Sikhs Cancer Support Operation Fistula
BitGive Foundation WikiLeaks Hotspot Community Resource Center
Antiwar.com Free Software Foundation Saving Girls
The Tenth Amendment Center Young Minds The Bitcoin Foundation
GPG Project Apache Software Foundation The Food Democracy
Skateistan Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Capital Region Catalyst Foundation
Dark Wallet Sea Shepherd Kitty Safe Haven
Tempe Bicycle Action Group Free Ross Charity Water
Open Bazaar Krono Labs The Northern California DX Foundation
Calgary Womens Centre Pathways Canada Help Rescue Animals
Pathways To Education Exponential Education Peace Geeks
Abolitionist Law Centre 100% Epic Change
Generations Of Hope Methuselah Foundation SETI
Bitcoins Not Bombs Erowid World Builders
Wau Holland Foundation Rise up World Aid
Pathways To Education www.awanj.org Solar Cookers
Project Free State
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Tipping / Giving Tuesday is here - free bitcoin for the first 700 comments - our list of charities and causes are also growing beautifully - thanks all :D

SOME TIPPING SUGGESTIONS
Will do it like last time... Those of you who submit great charities or causes that need donations will receive higher gifts from me and have it added to this text! :D
Those of you who just want the charity of your own pockets to expand still say Hi :) 100 bits for the first 700 comments!
If the older members spot fake accounts trying to take the charity and twist it for their own selfish reasons - please feel free to down vote it or comment and you will be awarded a bounty! XD
WE MANAGED TO ADD A WHOPPING 22 NEW CHARITIES / CAUSES TODAY! GREAT JOB /BITCOIN
The Water Project The Internet Archive Tor Exit Nodes
Wikimedia Aphasia Institute GPG Tools
Seans Outpost Water Aid Technology for kids
The TOR Project Candian Down Syndrome Society
Childs Play War Child Blender Open Source
RNLI Khan Academy Alzeimer's Association
Save The Trees New Technology to Cure Hunger Ending Poverty
Save The Seas Without Regrets Make a millionaire
Songs Of Love Non-Profit Tech Resources Fight Cancer
Bitcoin Research Comparables United Way Engineers without Borders
MAPS Mesothelioma Research Bone Marrow Help
Education The Planetary Society Bread For The City
Give A Mile Stop Domestic Violence Fight Malaria
Legalise Marijuana Anza Help Kids
LibreOffice Mozilla Foundation Darkcoin Foundation
United Sikhs Cancer Support Operation Fistula
BitGive Foundation WikiLeaks Hotspot Community Resource Center
Antiwar.com Free Software Foundation Saving Girls
The Tenth Amendment Center Young Minds The Bitcoin Foundation
GPG Project Apache Software Foundation The Food Democracy
Skateistan Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Capital Region Catalyst Foundation
Dark Wallet Sea Shepherd Kitty Safe Haven
Tempe Bicycle Action Group Free Ross Charity Water
Open Bazaar Krono Labs The Northern California DX Foundation
Calgary Womens Centre Pathways Canada Help Rescue Animals
Pathways To Education Exponential Education Peace Geeks
Abolitionist Law Centre 100% Epic Change
Generations Of Hope Methuselah Foundation
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Tipping/Giving Tuesdays - First 1000 comments get some free bitcoin! If you are new stop in and say hi! :D

Barbados Food Drive

Bitt.com has gracefully assisted us in providing the deep cold storage multi signature wallet solution. We want to maintain complete openness with /bitcoin. All funds will be right there for perusal - spent funds will have scanned invoices and clear explanations. We think transparency is paramount and are taking strives to ensure the community feels that their pledges are actually going to the hungry.
I have personally pledged 2 BTC
We will be recording parts of the event so /bitcoin may share in what we have all helped to create.
PLEDGE FOR THE FOOD DRIVE BY EITHER DONATING HERE:
3Jma5Nh2kLjpXmbQ2WWDVj8mMn3Kx8zaNh
or via changetip - all tips will be sent across to that address. If you have another crypto currency which you wish to donate in please write it in the thread and we will PM you directly to assist you.
EDIT We have raised 2.7 BTC so far and are nearly at our target 3.0 BTC - We will keep the community abreast of all that happens and look forward to feeding some hungry people with our Magical internet money.

Little Bit Back

Tails – Anonymous Operating System
Tails is a live operating system, that you can start on almost any computer from a DVD, USB stick, or SD card. It aims at preserving your privacy and anonymity, and helps you to:
  • use the Internet anonymously and circumvent censorship
  • all connections to the Internet are forced to go through the Tor network
  • leave no trace on the computer you are using unless you ask it explicitly
  • use state-of-the-art cryptographic tools to encrypt your files, emails and instant messaging
Donate bitcoin directly at Little Bit Back.
SOME TIPPING SUGGESTIONS
Those of you who just want the charity of your own pockets to expand still say Hi :) 100 bits for the first 1000 comments!
### PLEASE CONSIDER PASSING MY TIPS ON TO OTHERS OR CHARITIES :D ###

Charities Accepting Bitcoins

No Bitcoins? Help these Charities

-** #TippingTuesdays on #meerkat - first 1000 people get free Bitcoin! (stop in and say hi) #meerkat http://mrk.tv/1GYiM2q - Also feel free to ask your bitcoin related questions on Meerkat if you are new**-
IF YOU WISH TO DONATE TO THE RED CROSS FOR THE NEPAL DISASTER RELIEF - PLEASE FEEL FREE TO TIP HERE WITH THE MESSAGE FOR NEPAL AND I WILL FORWARD YOUR TIPS
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Tipping / Giving Tuesdays - Time to spread the love! :D - First 500 comments get some bitcoin!

Will do it like last time... Those of you who submit great charities or causes that need donations will receive higher gifts from me and have it added to this text! :D
Those of you who just want the charity of your own pockets to expand still say Hi :) 100 bits for the first 500 comments!
** EDIT - Thank you all for contributing to the ever growing list - see you guys next Tuesday! :D
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Khan Academy - Bitcoin Course - YouTube BitCoin - YouTube Bitcoin: What is it?  Money, banking and central banks ...

Khan Academy — the not-for-profit, online learning site whose mission is “a free world-class education for anyone anywhere” — has leapt with both feet into the theory and technology of ... The news was announced last week on Coinbase’s blog, as the non-profit educational website is using the US company’s merchant tools to accept bitcoin payments. The Khan Academy offers a large ... Khan Academy now accepts bitcoin donations. posted on August 2, 2013 News. You can now donate bitcoins to Khan Academy! When you donate, you’ll even earn a special badge for your profile. Bitcoin is an interesting new cryptocurrency based on an open source protocol running on a peer to peer network independent of any central authority. Confused? No worries, Khan Academy has a video series ... Now, in bitcoin, this validation is basically done in a decentralized way by the other parties, the other nodes, in the bitcoin network. Now, the goal of the remaining videos in this series is to walk through the underlying mechanics of bitcoin transactions and really how they're validated, even though the system is decentralized. And there are some pretty amazing techniques that are used to ... If you recall, a person issuing a transaction in Bitcoin can allocate or set aside a certain amount of money-- maybe it can be a Bitcoin or a fractional Bitcoin-- for the node who succeeds in coming up with the actual proof of working, and effectively the node that succeeds in being able to add that transaction to the overall bitcoin transaction block chain. And so that node that does the work ...

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