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    [–] Any thoughts on those blockchain projects supported by the governments? banks? glabs 1 points ago in CryptoCurrency

    not sure what you are asking exactly, but blockchain is definitely the next big thing. big data and security can be perfectly addressed by blockchain. right now, lots of attention goes to fintech.

    by the way, I came across /r/ULedger the other day. im just guessing if that is what you are looking for.

    [–] Wall Street banks have realized they can't do it all themselves - more good news for blockchain start-ups glabs 1 points ago in CryptoCurrency

    there is an undeniable fact that we have a huge gap between the demand of the companies and the talents in blockchain. top-tier schools are in a rush to start their educational programs. well, the market is definitely good for job-seekers right now.

    [–] Any legal and compliant ICOs recommendations? glabs 1 points ago in icocrypto

    I do not know much about the ICOs, but I have heard of CoinList, which allows the ICO alike ICOs to raise the funds without issuing a token through SAFT (Simple Agreement for Future Tokens). The source: Forbes

    [–] Serious Questions: What ICOs have you invested in so far? and Why? glabs 8 points ago in ethtrader

    Long term BTC holder here. I have been trying to stay away from ICO frenzy since day 1. What worries me the most is that btc and altcoins are gonna suffer once the ICO bubble pops.

    [–] Tug of War | 1,000 glabs 4 points ago in counting


    [–] A teacher says to her class "whoever answers my next question can go home." glabs 3535 points ago in Jokes

    A teacher is teaching a class and she sees that Johnny isn't paying attention, so she asks him, "If there are three ducks sitting on a fence, and you shoot one, how many are left?" Johnny says, "None." The teacher asks, "Why?" Johnny says, "Because the shot scared them all off." The teacher says, "No, two, but I like how you're thinking." Johnny asks the teacher, "If you see three women walking out of an ice cream parlor, one is licking her ice cream, one is sucking her ice cream, and one is biting her ice cream, which one is married?" The teacher says, "The one sucking her ice cream." Johnny says, "No, the one with the wedding ring, but I like how you're thinking!"

    [–] The Polite Way To Pee glabs 103 points ago in Jokes

    There is a cucumber, a pickle, and a penis. They are complaining about their lives. The cucumber says, "My life sucks. I'm put in salads, and to top it off, they put ranch on me as well. My life sucks." The pickle says, "That's nothing compared to my life. I'm put in vinegar and stored away. Boy my life boring. I hate life." The penis says, "Why are you guys complaining? My life is so messed up that I feel like shooting myself. They put me in a plastic bag, put me in a cave, and make me do push-ups until I throw up."

    [–] I was talking to a girl in a bar last night glabs 42 points ago in Jokes

    A boy says to a girl, "So, sex at my place?" "Yeah!" "Okay, but I sleep in a bunk bed with my younger brother, and he thinks we're making sandwiches, so we have to have a code. Cheese means faster and tomato means harder, okay?" Later on the girl is yelling, "Cheese cheese, tomato tomato!" The younger brother says, "Stop making sandwiches! You're getting mayo all over my bed!"

    [–] Americans do use the metric system... glabs 161 points ago in Jokes

    A worldwide survey was conducted by the UN. The only question asked was: "Would you please give your honest opinion about solutions to the food shortage in the rest of the world?" The survey was a huge failure. In Africa they didn't know what "food" meant. In Eastern Europe they didn't know what "honest" meant. In Western Europe they didn't know what "shortage" meant. In China they didn't know what "opinion" meant. In the Middle East they didn't know what "solution" meant. In South America they didn't know what "please" meant. And in the USA they didn't know what "the rest of the world" meant.

    [–] Tug of War | 1,000 glabs 1 points ago in counting