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chasingpackets commented on a post in r/Ripple
canshred 13 points

You took a wrong turn bud, r/bitcoincash that way.

chasingpackets 4 points

It literally says it in the OP. Does not require XRP.

kenta-_- 12 points

I follow what you're saying. They are just saying Ripple has been a disrupter with xCurrent, mentioning it doesn't need XRP is because the title of the research is about Blockchain and Crypto, so they wanted to clarify that even without the crypto, Ripple has started to change the way the market operates. (referring to xCurrent) Speaking about xRapid would be speculative, this article is trying to focus on the facts, and Ripple has mainly changed things up with xCurrent so far.

chasingpackets 2 points

Thanks for the actual response instead of BS

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chasingpackets commented on a post in r/SubstratumNetwork
wageroe 3 points

Legit questions. As said before, team provides "weekly" updates since a couple of weeks. There is no roadmap as far as i know.

I have Good vibes about this. But no one knows for sure. Kinds great,....
what they are trying to accomplish isn't an easy job and when beta arrives it has to be 100% up and running without any flaws,....

So this "may" take a while.

chasingpackets 2 points

So this "may" take a while.

so may then?

chasingpackets commented on a post in r/Cisco
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chasingpackets 3 points

quick and dirty is ssh into cm and run a "file tail active /cm/trace/ccm/sdl recent" then perform whatever action(s) you wish to capture... make sure trace settings in serviceability are set accordingly

you can dump the capture to translator x as well, it's pretty self-explanatory. RTMT log collection is another way to go

chasingpackets commented on a post in r/INT_Chain
hungryforitalianfood 3 points

Can this be that same “leave 0.0000001 int in your account” issue?

chasingpackets 1 point

Only way I could move it to cold storage.... Current balance from my metamask... Token Balance: 0.000001 INT

hungryforitalianfood 3 points

Right, that’s what I’m talking about

chasingpackets 1 point

I had it fail about 4 times even using 2 x the recommended gas... only way i got it to go through was leaving a decimal

chasingpackets commented on a post in r/CryptoMarkets
chasingpackets 55 points

Because buying crypto with credit was ever a good idea

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chasingpackets 3 points

Need to change that card if you’re only getting 1% brochacho...

mer1dian 10 points

OriginTrail is targeting the AgBiz sector - Perishable Goods

VeChain is targeting Luxury goods/counterfeit goods

We are targeting the overland freight industry for now - Trucking and Rail (with a focus on 3PL for trucking right now)

All those goods travel by truck at some point in the supply chain - Thats our focus

chasingpackets 3 points

Perfect response and exactly what I got from due diligence. Already have bags of VEN and TRAC, looks like its bag time!

TY

chasingpackets commented on a post in r/CryptoCurrency
chasingpackets 2 points
chasingpackets 4 points

There is new malware that switches the copied hash in your clipboard and swaps it with a different address

chasingpackets commented on a post in r/CryptoCurrency
chasingpackets 1 point

TEL is part of a kucoin trading competition that is what you’re seeing

mrzo 1 point

Odd thing is that the TEL/BTC chart doesn't look like that. See here

chasingpackets 0 points

Youre comparing apples to oranges

chasingpackets commented on a post in r/CryptoMarkets
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Zskills 14 points

You are not getting it. Once it becomes common knowledge that the ETH blockchain contains Child pornography, everybody who has a copy of the ETH blockchain on their computer is consciously continuing to possess these files.

Think about it this way. What if some rich person decides to start uploading hundreds of images per day, to the point there is literally just gigabytes of illegal pictures and videos, with more being added all the time.

Hell, let's say that 50% of all the data on the ETH blockchain is now child pornographyy.

Now do you understand? How much child porn would it take for you to see the problem? In the eyes of the law it doesnt matter whether there is 1 image or 1000

chasingpackets 1 point

I understand what you're saying, child porn aside and just talking about the ability to put any form of content on the block chain you cannot just open a folder on your PC to view the content in the block chain, you would have to have some method to view said content. Doing so you proves intent. I agree that their needs to be something to mitigate this however just because it exists, and you know it exists, does not mean you can prove intent.

Tell ya what, go ahead and upload a sensible picture to the eth block chain. When it shows up in a viewable format natively we can talk.

Zskills 2 points

Again you are missing the point here. This is how the law is written:

"Undeveloped film, undeveloped videotape, and electronically stored data that can be converted into a visual image of child pornography are also deemed illegal visual depictions under federal law."

It doesn't matter AT ALL whether it is in a natively viewable format.

Knowingly possessing child pornography is a felony. It doesn't matter at all how it got there. The law doesn't say anything having a method to view the content or intent. The file is on your computer, and it can be converted to a visual image. that is ALL that matters.

I know this is a disturbing possibility and kind of frightening to think about, but you need to get out of denial and see that this is a very serious problem

chasingpackets 5 points

sigh

Guess what, if you own BTC then you need to turn yourself in then. There have been URL's that are direct links to child porn in BTC's block chain for the last 4 years.

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chasingpackets commented on a post in r/cableporn
chasingpackets 21 points

zipties HISSSSSSS

SingleOverproduction 8 points

I've replaced the Zip ties with Velco.. first time I needed to change something I released my mistake.

chasingpackets 1 point

the thicker (wider) zipties are fine if you're using them in like say a datacenter with a bunch of cables/fiber that will never move again. Using them in that situation not only is a pain in the ass when you need to move stuff around, however the smaller ziptied can actually damage patch cables.

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