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Would it be possible to attack the bitcoin network by creating a very high number of (micro)transactions?
Would it be possible to attack the bitcoin network by creating a very high number of (micro)transactions? I have little idea about the tech behind bitcoin, but wouldn't the pool of transactions be cluttered and sending money would take much longer for everybody as a result?
About to order 1st blotter. Specific Qs about: 1cP-LSD & Psilocybin, ADHD protocol, how micro? & Bitcoin.
Hi everyone I've been lurking, reading posts on this board and the 1P_LSD & psilocybin boards with interest for about a month now. Read all the wikis and so on as well - very helpful thanks. Hoping not to ask anything answered elsewhere. I have 6 questions. I'm a detailed kind of person (until I get bored 😂) so if you find that annoying I've done a TL:DR at the end. 😬 Also If you're only replying to one Q, can you number it, as it'll really help my ADHD brain. 🤗 I"m about to start microdosing next week (have never taken anything before other than one toke of a spliff as a student years ago) and I'd love to have your advice on a few things, as while excited, I'm a bit jittery alongside. 1: My purchase I've identified a supplier and due to my location, I have to buy 1cP-LSD (no-one is posting 1p-LSD to my country rn) . This consignment is coming from Germany. Looking at the price scaling I am opting for 150 tabs of 100µg as this is very much the most cost-effective way of buying it from this store - also, The Law as to which country can export what to where keep changing, and there could come a point fairly soon where I can't get it at all without moving to another country - hence the largeish purchase. Maths is not my strong point - I’ve tried to work this out several times and I think this rather hilariously means I'll end up with (assuming 7.5-10 µg, 2-3 x/wk following Fadiman’s protocol) 12 years worth of dosage?! 😳 So, have I worked that out right because I've stared at it so many times I can no longer tell if I'm right or a curiously-shaped turnip at this stage... 2: Expiry/quality/degradation If I've calculated the above correctly, will the quality of the tabs deteriorate over that time? I can’t seem to find any information about shelf-life here on reddit! Like I'm buying packets of effing tea or smth... 😂🙄 I’m aware I should keep them in the cool/dark/away from moisture - I plan on keeping them in my larder in an airtight box (potentially even vacuum sealing them - I thought that that might negate any oxidation - what do you think?). I also plan to dose volumetrically in vodka, so could make up several bottles ready, maybe? 3: Tandem-dosing with ADHD meds I have ADHD. I’m aware I shouldn’t take ADHD meds (Vyvanse/Elvanse depending on where you live) on the same day as a microdose of LSD can magnify the effects of ADD meds (which I'm already quite responsive to). Does that mean I could experiment by taking a smaller ADHD dose on the second day when there's a tailing off of the 1cP-LSD and then back to a full ADHD dose on the third day, or should I have a day during the week that is entirely drug-of-any-kind-free? Interested to hear from ADHDers. I've already reduced my ADHD meds as I wasn't sleeping very well and it made me hyperfocus right into the night, which I didn’t think was healthy so I’ve titrated myself down to a lower dose - about 20mg. Essentially I’m quite sensible about it and certainly not aiming to be reckless - that said I want to get a really positive experience from microdosing and I don’t want to kind of scare myself by having a bad reaction just through not having planned it well enough, which is why I'm here consulting you – the experienced/experts. 4: Tandem-dosing with psilocybin? I'm also interested in potentially tandem-dosing 1cP-LSD and Psilocybin. I've heard that some people have done this and I wondered if there was a standard protocol for people who want to each dose day, take one to relax and wind down, and one to focus and feel slightly more up about the world - slightly more kind of open/creative/productive? 5: How micro is micro? I’m mindful of not having too high a 1cP-LSD microdose because - as well as 1cP being stronger than 1P - taking ADHD meds at a higher dose (50-70mg) made me quite jittery and hyperfocused (alongside some positive effects) so am aware 1cP-LSD might do the same if I don't monitor it closely. I’m interested to see if I can create a tailored personal stack, so I'd love to know: – Is it possible to take a v small microdose of 1cP-LSD in the morning – for me maybe 5-7.5 µg and then because it wears off after 8-10 hours, to take a (very small) microdose of Psilocybinthat same evening, to see if that would help me feel more relaxed ready for a decent night‘s sleep. Has anyone else done this successfully, or would you not recommend? If so what would you recommend? 🤔 I'm likening it to my current habit of taking CBDs Sativa (am) and Indica (pm) - on the same day. What I’m aiming to do is to get the balance right, while not turning into Elvis Presley in an uppers-and-downers kind of arrangement - which obviously is suboptimal, and I simply can't afford the expensive sandwich habit, tbh. 😳 6: Bitcoin payment- urk! 🤪 This payee - while reputable it seems - only accepts Bitcoin unless you have a German bank account. I'm a bit nervous about paying with Bitcoin for the first time - I’ve never used it before for anything -any tips or things I should or shouldn’t do through the process? Be very grateful for your advice, so as I don't make a stupid/expensive mistake. TL; DR 1 - Have I calculated my purchase correctly? 2 - Will it last that long or deteriorate before I can use it? 3 - Best way to fit 1cP-LSD around ADHD meds? 4 - Can I carefully co-pilot 1cP-LSD alongside psilocybin on the same day to get focused followed by. relaxed response? 5 - How micro can I go to facilitate a smooth/gentle up and relaxed down? 6 - Bitcoin - who he? Thanks everyone if you made it this far! Look forward to reading your replies - I want to learn. If you're only replying to one Q, can you number it as it'll really help my ADHD brain. 🤗
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05-04 06:24 - 'You don't know much about bitcoin, do you? / Bitcoin is not private. / Nor is it designed to scale on the order of micro transactions. Bitcoin is struggling to scale for use as regular currency, let alone microtxs.' by /u/EvilLost removed from /r/Bitcoin within 171-181min
Instant in browser micro-payments with almost zero fees powered by Bitcoin and WebLN. No invoice copy/paste, less UX fraction for users. Looking to see more services adopting WebLN allowing not only payments but user authentification and more.
Half trillion market cap is not worth if we cannot use bitcoin in our day to day activity for micro payments . Bitcoin holder says it is not a bubble but technically it is a bubble . Bitcoin cash is the original bitcoin
09-10 12:54 - 'Truth is, were going to need crypto in the future. For all sorts of things, micro transactions in games, shipping and receiving, probably eventually voting.... I don't think the btc blockchain would work well at all for any o...' by /u/beetard removed from /r/Bitcoin within 154-164min
''' Truth is, were going to need crypto in the future. For all sorts of things, micro transactions in games, shipping and receiving, probably eventually voting.... I don't think the btc blockchain would work well at all for any of those use cases. That being said, that doesn't mean things like neo or vechain aren't going to be useful in the future. It just means you shouldn't really be investing in any of those if you want to make money in the future ''' Context Link Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: beetard
SQ - Square invests 1% of the company's assets into Bitcoin. $50 million dollars
Ticker SQ Payments company Square has invested $50 million into Bitcoin, according to an announcement today. It has bought 4,709 Bitcoin, with one percent of the company's assets.
“We believe that Bitcoin has the potential to be a more ubiquitous currency in the future,” said Square’s chief financial officer, Amrita Ahuja. “As it grows in adoption, we intend to learn and participate in a disciplined way. For a company that is building products based on a more inclusive future, this investment is a step on that journey.”
Square is owned by Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter (and enthusiastic Bitcoin advocate). Square also owns CashApp, which has been offering Bitcoin for some time now. Dorsey has previously said that he regularly maxes out the weekly Bitcoin buy limits on CashApp. Square has been investing in crypto for some time. It set up Square Crypto in March 2019 to support the development of the Bitcoin network. It has handed out a number of grants to Bitcoin developers and companies working in the space. This investment follows business intelligence firm MicroStrategy buying $200 million of Bitcoin as an investment, before buying another $175 million of Bitcoin. source https://decrypt.co/44319/square-invests-50-million-in-bitcoin?utm_source=reddit&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=sm
By donating to Adblock and similar programs, you are supporting the wrong people. If you don't like ads, why not donate to the content creators? Bitcoin is the perfect opportunity for something like this, where if you don't like ads, you can support them with micro-donations easily.
As someone who makes a living writing content and being paid with advertising views, it's frustrating to see the assumption that ads should be blocked by default. I understand the need for adblock - many sites take advertising too far. However with content driven sites, they usually keep the ads out of the way - usually one on top, a couple along the side, and one on the bottom. I don't see a problem with this. What I recommend is for people to have adblock default to disabled, and then enable it for the troublesome sites. This makes use of the program itself, the ability to block ads on a site by site basis. If you simply find ads too offensive to be viewed, but still want to support the content creator, why not see if they accept bitcoin donations? Many of these people do. The hope is that people simply aren't considering that their ad views are what keeps the site running, and maybe they will think twice and either disable blocking, or want to contribute in another way. Without viewing the ads, the reader gets the benefit of the content creator's work, but we don't get anything in return. I have my bitcoin address sitting under the advertising, so if it's blocked I hope readers see it and think to donate a bit of change. Bitcoin is perfect for something like this. Unlike Paypal they don't take a cut, and microtransactions are feasible. I just thought I would take this opportunity to bring it up, since there seems to be that people really want to support ad blocking for some reason.
I don't plan to sell ANY bitcoin for USD in the future. Instead, I will take bank loans against my bitcoin, using the btc as collateral and purchase more rental properties. Then, mortgage/refinance the property, and use that cash to pay back the bank for my bitcoin loan. Rinse and repeat, etc. Get more renters and properties, and with the cash flow, pay off the mortgages and buy more bitcoin. Remember kids, you pay capital gains tax when you sell your bitcoin. Take a low interest loan instead and use the loan to buy cash flow generating assets. Use your money to make more money, pay as few taxes as possible, and buy more bitcoin. I don't feel confident holding fiat cash, especially considering the USD money supply increased by 22% in year 2020 alone. I don't feel confident investing in the stock market with the state of the current economy, the aftermath and ongoing problems related to covid, and the incompetence of government handling stimulus. Now that macro investors like Paul Tudor Jones and companies like MicroStrategy and Square are making heavy moves into bitcoin, it makes sense to me now more than ever. I was feeling these kinds of investors and institutions were gonna come in eventually, and now it's finally happening. Obviously, its still early, more companies need to join in too. I have a feeling they will. I’ve been in for a long time. Im not a newbie in the space. I don't see a better monetary instrument to bet on in this moment. Im completely open and willing to be wrong, but I really don't think I am. Edit: thanks for everyone’s comments. I’m Learning a ton. This was the sounding board I was hoping for. Don’t worry, I’m not gonna do anything super risky. I don’t plan to ever be liquidated. I’ll continue to do more due diligence. These were just some ideas that I was stewing on, and since I don’t know any bitcoiners in real life, getting this feedback is super valuable to me. Cheers
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