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Morning! Some important numbers...
On December 21, 2016, BTC's dominance over the cryptosphere was at 86.7%. One ether was worth 0.009 BTC. That was one year ago.
In the summer of 2016, BTC dropped to 39% dominance compared to ETH's 32%.
Today just one year later, Bitcore's dominance is at just 45% and one Ether is worth 0.05 Bitcore.
The entire summer was one world-spanning gigantic dead cat bounce for Bitcore's reign. That was the beginning of the end. This is the middle of the end. We flip Bitcore on March 15, 2018 and that will be the end of the end.
Beware the ides of March...
To be fair, it's subjectively boring to sit and hold square while everyone else is partaking in action. They just need a supremacy type mode for the players that don't want objective based modes.
I agree completely. My reason for posting this was more to point out that it took nearly the entire hacking period for somebody from the clone army to realize I was there and literally touching them.
There are some great videos on youtube about pow vs. pos.
Any you’d recommend?
Wow. That's a lot of face huggers to release on the Nazis.
Take my money now.
The Clippers logo looks like a the front of a bag of chips.
This looks like a scene straight out of GTA.
This .gif is a waltz.
What the hell happened to her knee?
FINALLY an easier way to complete all my rockets.
Well done to Mongolia for managing to keep only "Noticeable Problems" sandwiched between Russia and China.
The demonic half face above the amc logo made me enjoy this less.
Did you tell your uncle you're going to miss him..?
Depressing me wasn't necessary...
This is happening in Taksim Square.
Haircuts for everyone.
It seems for a growing number of bands to be viable for record companies to take a chance on them these days, they need to be able to "prove" some sort of following via social media such as followers on a facebook or twitter page. Obviously this is a relatively new thing to be able to look at when considering an artist, but when your promotional team is looking at a new act is this a factor you take into account at all?
Are you ever presented with a questionable act who you may not have worked with otherwise but think "I don't really like these guys but apparently there are X number of people/idiots/12 year old girls out there who already do so it might be worth our while?"
Since April 2016