Finally found a theater mode setup that works well for my vertical monitor! Just wanted to show it off.
2021.10.20 11:03 Bleekal Finally found a theater mode setup that works well for my vertical monitor! Just wanted to show it off.
2021.10.20 11:03 gurkanoluc_ How to share royalties for a collab I do with an artist?
I will be working with a popular comedian from my country and we're going to create a collection from the fan artwork I created while ago from the characters she created for her shows. She loved those and put all over her office. We would like to do this over Opensea, but open to other suggestions as well.
We have 22 different art pieces and there will be 3 copies from each of those. For 11 of those, I will have the first copy and she is going to get 2nd and 3rd copy. For the other 11, the opposite. OpenSea doesn't seem to allow typing more than 1 into the supply field and we don't want to use it. So, we will create 66 separate NFTs.
We're thinking of the singer creating a collection and adding me as a collaborator. She mints 33 of the NFTs in her account and put them in the collection she creates. Then I will mint 33 of the NFTs and put them into the collection that she created. However, there is a problem regarding royalties.
As far as I can see OpenSea, it only allows setting royalties address for the whole collection. This means only either of us can get royalties. If we want do it like, she gets royalties for the ones she mints, I get royalties for the ones I mint. How can we do this?
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2021.10.20 11:03 Necx1 Is DBT drawn from stoicism,
Self helped myself using principles from stoicism but failed miserably, looked into DBT and saw many overlaps, are they both the same thing?
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2021.10.20 11:03 chemocomic Page 75 of “What They Don’t Tell You About Chemo”, Journal In progress [OC]
2021.10.20 11:03 boredboarder8 If anyone is still looking for a Halloween costume this year...
2021.10.20 11:03 1CryptoBillionares It’s not doge2’s fault it’s better than doge 1 😂😂
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2021.10.20 11:03 thisboxisalive I ate a fly AMA
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2021.10.20 11:03 RadTadTad "Crypto" Reality Check
Note: This post was originally intended for the audience at cryptocurrency but my post was removed and so now I am trying here. The sidebar says this sub is for "bitcoin and/or cryptos in general" so hopefully this is appropriate.
I have been encourage by some of the recent sanity checks posted here, including this
recent post. Although I don't agree with everything in that post, I think it is always healthy to have some honest introspection, especially during manic periods such as this. So, some of my thoughts that I hope will foster discussion: 1. What is "blockchain" good for?
This is arguably a very simple answer: decentralization
. And the benefits that decentralization brings, such as the crucial append-only assurance and a solution to the double-spend problem.
2. What projects are functioning for a use case right now?
- Anything that compromises decentralization threatens the purpose of the innovation in the first place. The massive redundancy inherent to blockchains is necessarily inefficient and increases costs. That cost will not be justified if the fundamental rationale for paying that cost is jeopardized. Centralized versions will almost always be cheaper.
- That is not to say that “decentralization” is binary, all-or-nothing. However, if the possible aims of the project conflict with the laws and objectives of nation-states, it must be able to withstand the myriad coercive abilities of nations or it will be brought into compliance with the legacy system and forfeit the benefits of decentralization.
- Blockchains do not scale well. In a system where all peers are equal, any information contained on the blockchain must typically be stored/validated by every peer. This requires massive redundancy and makes the storage of information on the blockchain costly and permanent. Any blockchain is therefore poorly suited to natively store the large amounts data that come with mass adoption and use. "Information expands to fill the available storage space." Additional layers are always going to be required in order to allow a blockchain to scale and to also avoid the drift towards centralization.
- For blockchains, adoption and use connotes success and therefore requires scaling. Any project that aims to see mass adoption therefore must arguably rely on additional layers or another solution to scaling that does not sacrifice decentralization. (Note: PoS is a consensus solution, not a scaling solution).
- If you are going to rely on additional layers, the base layer does not need to be all-purpose and should be as decentralized and robust as possible. Additional layers can provide different trade-offs in trust & functionality, but a compromised base layer endangers all layers above it. The internet does not have different base protocols for different uses (video streaming vs. audio streaming, for example). It just does one thing very well (routs data) and allows all other functions and specialization to be built on top of it. If a higher layer fails, its failure is compartmentalized to only that layefeature and will not cascade into a failure of the entire ecosystem.
3. Which networks have enough inertia/network effects that people won’t immediately flock to a new project that has some new feature, marginally better tech, or hype?
- What projects require significant innovation from where they are currently in order to become useful for a real-world application? How many of those innovations are yet unproven? Would those innovations still be developed if the “core” team of a project walked away?
- What portion of projects have a team that could kill a project – either intentionally by pulling the plug on key keys/infrastructure/code base/patent/etc., or by their simple exit from the project? As Jack Mallers recently put it, "I just ask the founders, if the government came and said you had to go to jail if you don't shut it off, would you shut it off? Oh, you could? Then it's not decentralized." This is not to say that a project cannot transcend its original centralized origins, but, again, that hope is banking on some future development and must be baked into its current value.
- Is decentralization critical to a project’s use case? If yes, then decentralization should be prioritized because centralization represents an existential threat. If decentralization is not critical to the project’s goal, it probably does not belong on the blockchain and will either die off, or become centralized (if it isn’t already). Again, why would users endure the higher costs of blockchain if paying these costs do not purchase assurances of openness, immutability, etc.?
4. Contextualize your hopes for a project to "moon"
- Utility tokens are not money by definition and are more like chips that can only be used at a particular place. People are therefore incentivized to hold it only as long as they need to in order to access the product, or as long as they care to engage in pure speculation as to other people’s demand for the product. If there are low barriers to shift to another, similar, platform, speculation is unlikely to be enduring.
- Anything that is not intended to be money will perpetually be in a battle for liquidity with other projects. A prime example is the sloshing of liquidity between sushi-swap and uni-swap at the drop of a hat. That is not to say that short-term speculation can't be wildly profitable - but is inherently unstable and unlikely to preserve value over a substantial period of time.
- Connections to the real-world helps avoid this to some extent. Bitcoin mining requires the investment of energy, a real-world, high-demand commodity with established prices and opportunity costs. It also requires the purchase and continual upgrading of specialized hardware that can serve no other purpose and therefore represents a powerful sunk cost and inhibitor to flitting between projects or uses.
- Digital assets that are entirely contained within the informational-realm, such as proof of stake assets, have no such leash to the real world and the costs associated with that leash. Therefore, it is much easier for liquidity to jump ship at the drop of a hat if there is also no real-world (i.e. non-speculative) need for the asset.
- A rule of thumb is that a new technology must offer a 10x improvement in order to overcome the network effects of the relevant incumbent. A slight adjustment or improvement typically does not cut it. Not to mention, there is good reason to believe that any real innovations can be reproduced on another chain, especially given the open-source nature of many projects.
5. What Does Crypto Solve?
- Consider current and possible market cap of a project associated with your moon goals. For example, Safemoon at $1 = 64.2 trillion market cap. This is not a remotely realistic market cap for anything other than a near-universally adopted and supremely valuable asset. For reference, the global real estate market was valued at $280.6 trillion in 2019/20. Is there any world in which SafeMoon is worth nearly a quarter of all the real estate in the world?
- However, market cap is an imperfect metric and is arguably less reliable the smaller the cap. A project with 100m coins could sell 10 coins at 1 dollar each and they now have a 100m market cap. All with only $10 changing hands. As the market cap is established over a sustained period of time, the more credible this number becomes. This is not only because of the Lindy effect, but also because deeper and deeper markets are likely to develop over time, leading to more accurate price discovery and less game-ability by a small group of insiders.
- Crypto is not a solution to wealth inequality. Crypto is a tool to help ensure that markets are able to function free of the distortions and cronyism enabled by central control and the confiscation that it always entails. In a functioning market, wealth is accumulated by providing value, and not through nepotism or despotism. Aside from providing a boon to early adopters, the success of crypto does not suddenly put money in the pockets of the poor – but it does help curb some of the usual methods of structural and systemic fleecing by the master class.
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2021.10.20 11:03 PhilosopherOk4601 Saw this online for only 190 dollars kinda seems cheap tbh is this real?
2021.10.20 11:03 risSshu69 IQ 696969!
2021.10.20 11:03 C0dysseus [Discussion] About “Hisuian Arcanine”
So hear me out. What if the reason we have yet to see Hisuian Arcanine is because he doesn’t exist? What if instead we get a regional evolution a la Perserker?
And even further… what if it’s a split evolution? The description for Hisuian Growlithe mentions it always comes in pairs. This is obviously a reference to lion dog statues typically being in pairs, but what if there’s more? It could evolve differently based on gender, or it could even have something to do with a new mechanic, like the strong style and agile style. Maybe whichever style you use more with Hisuian Growlithe will dictate what it evolves into.
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2021.10.20 11:03 exterminate68 Habenyan chooses a bride for Ritsuka (day 63 - Anastasia)
2021.10.20 11:03 hestitant2f Mr. Jordan Torres [Not OC]
2021.10.20 11:03 lola_fontaine69 Would you stop to say hi if you saw me sitting on a bench like this?😋
2021.10.20 11:03 Bassline0192837465 What was Eric's previous channel called?
I know it's probably deleted by now but I was talking to my friend and he said "see you on the flip side" and it rushed back to me. I remember back in the day when the creepy creepypasta reviews were a thing and most of his videos were over Black Ops game play. Just wondering if any long time fans remember?
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2021.10.20 11:03 KBelleau Adeptus Astartes Hellblaster Primaris Artist Proof by McFarlane Toys War...
2021.10.20 11:03 Teno_Vee Three of a perfect pair.!!!
2021.10.20 11:03 krabby15 [Xbox] [H] Credits and items [W] The last few octanes and stegos I need to finish the sets
Octanes: sky blue, saffron
Stegos: cobalt, burnt sienna
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2021.10.20 11:03 STUDBOO Imma leave this here, I didn't know this part of his life.
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2021.10.20 11:03 TbagGreed Seki vs Advance Ohma was a rly good fight/ Waka vs Fei style but more equal display.
2021.10.20 11:03 RedPacketSecurity Acer suffers a second data breach in a week
2021.10.20 11:03 StickiestofSteves Maryland Renfair October 23rd Seeking one Ticket
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2021.10.20 11:03 Zarno123 I can't become "depressed" on nofap
I wanna know if anyone else has a similar experience, but on nofap, I don't really get depressed, even if I'm in a bad mood, it feels very different to when I'm fapping.
For example, if I'm having a shit time on nofap my thoughts are more like "Ahh fuck this shit, I don't deserve this bullshit, I wanna knock someone out"
If I'm having a shit day post fap I'll think more like "I'm worthless, I wanna end my life, I want to disappear from this planet.
I'm guessing this has a lot to do with testosterone in particular, the reason why most men don't get diagnosed for depression is because testosterone sort of hides/masks it, it converts your hopelessness and sadness into aggression and frustration.
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2021.10.20 11:03 Thick-Guess-2594 Another Fanatic To Joke About.
2021.10.20 11:03 schnudifudi ???