Testing GNI on Christmas Day-Roll Call

I just came home from my son's girlfriend's house, spent the afternoon with them and saw her for the first time. They cooked up lots of food, the pepperpot was good. So my Christmas present from my son is my future daughter-in-law. Now I have to start planning engagement and wedding. I need help, have no experience planning these things.

Leonora posted:

I just came home from my son's girlfriend's house, spent the afternoon with them and saw her for the first time. They cooked up lots of food, the pepperpot was good. So my Christmas present from my son is my future daughter-in-law. Now I have to start planning engagement and wedding. I need help, have no experience planning these things.

Congratulations!

Leonora posted:

I just came home from my son's girlfriend's house, spent the afternoon with them and saw her for the first time. They cooked up lots of food, the pepperpot was good. So my Christmas present from my son is my future daughter-in-law. Now I have to start planning engagement and wedding. I need help, have no experience planning these things.

Kids don't care to get married these days. My son has been with the same girl since seventeen ( seven years) and they do not seem to care about the subject.

Amral posted:

I am at my daughter enjoying the day here

Daughters are so special, was on the phone hours with my only in Switzerland.  She opened the boxes I sent and was excited. Made her Guyanese style pepper pot and fed her Swiss friends.   It’s a treat they look forward to at Christmas!!   I really miss her!! 😢

Leonora posted:

Roll Call. Some members have been quiet or they went to G/T for the holidays. Anyone heard from Gilbakka lately? Hope he's ok.  

I am desperately searching cow pastures for my esteemed Brahmin Bhai yuji22. I heard that he morphed into a raging bull when GNI Queen allegedly flashed her underwear at him. Naturally I assume that my raging bull Bhai is now in some pasture in the company of cows. Has anyone seen Yuji? I am frustratingly exhausted. 😙

Gilbakka posted:
Leonora posted:

Roll Call. Some members have been quiet or they went to G/T for the holidays. Anyone heard from Gilbakka lately? Hope he's ok.  

I am desperately searching cow pastures for my esteemed Brahmin Bhai yuji22. I heard that he morphed into a raging bull when GNI Queen allegedly flashed her underwear at him. Naturally I assume that my raging bull Bhai is now in some pasture in the company of cows. Has anyone seen Yuji? I am frustratingly exhausted. 😙

Seeing that I have utmost respect for Brother Gil and hold him in very high esteem, I must answer to the roll call and let my brother know that I am doing very well and that I am cashing in on the Crypto Market before the crash. It takes a lot of time and dedication and I will only be peeping in on GNI from time to time.

Brother Gil, I assume that all is well with you and the family and hope that 2018 bring good health and happiness.

I will be back in full force in late spring. I will allow the clowns like baseman to bray until I get back. Beggars like him belong to the begging blown and looking for handouts.  I might even throw some scraps at him.

I respect Bibi like a sister and will stand up for her or any woman at GNI who are being stalked and bullied by Beggars and Clowns like Baseman/Woman.

See you later.

Yuji22

 

 

RBC Report: Crypto and Blockchain Could Unlock $10 Trillion Market

Aaron Stanley
Jan 3, 2018 at 19:15 UTC
NEWS 
 

A research analyst at the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) sees cryptocurrency, blockchain technology and decentralization as a potential $10 trillion ecosystem.

In a new report released Wednesday, Mitch Steves, an equities analyst with RBC's Capital Markets subsidiary, laid out his bull case for why the future of transactional services will ultimately be decentralized. "While the cryptocurrency space has many risks, the opportunity appears vast with constant technology updates," he wrote.

Though startups that enable cryptocurrency protocols to serve as decentralized alternatives to proprietary services or as a means of transmitting remittances have garnered the most interest throughout the ecosystem's formative years, Steves argues that the protocol layer (on which these services will be built) is where most of the value will be realized.

"We see that the protocol layer will capture more value than the applications," he wrote, adding: 

"As the application becomes successful, the protocol layer captures more value, which then creates more interest in additional decentralized application development."

As such, the comments echo the fat protocol theory put forward by Union Square Ventures, which states value creation on decentralized cryptocurrencies will occur at the lower infrastructure layers.

The report also asserts that the market for cryptocurrency mining is here to stay, arguing that there currently exists an at least $4.2 billion market for bitcoin mining equipment with an additional $350-$450 million for other ASIC-mined cryptocurrencies like bitcoin cash and another $1.9 billion market for GPU-mined coins like ethereum and monero.

Notably, the report argues that decentralized technology in its current state is misunderstood and underrated, claiming that cryptocurrencies are becoming better able to handle an increasing number of transactions. In particular, Steves sees the Lightning Network as a tool to enable more than a million transactions per second on bitcoin.

Still, scalability, along with government intervention and the creation of more sophisticated wallet hacking techniques, was identified as one of the key risks facing the ecosystem.

Continued progress on these fronts, however, will be a boon for the development and mainstream adoption of a global supercomputer, whether it be ethereum-based or on an alternative, provided that blockchain’s impeccable security record remains spotless, Steves said.

“As scaling and protocols mature, the value of a decentralized world computer could potentially become a multi-trillion dollar industry,” Steves wrote, concluding: "If there’s one positive technology item we can agree on, it’s that the blockchain has never been hacked. What happens if we build on top of this secure layer?"

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yuji22 posted:
 

RBC Report: Crypto and Blockchain Could Unlock $10 Trillion Market

Aaron Stanley
Jan 3, 2018 at 19:15 UTC
NEWS 
 

A research analyst at the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) sees cryptocurrency, blockchain technology and decentralization as a potential $10 trillion ecosystem.

In a new report released Wednesday, Mitch Steves, an equities analyst with RBC's Capital Markets subsidiary, laid out his bull case for why the future of transactional services will ultimately be decentralized. "While the cryptocurrency space has many risks, the opportunity appears vast with constant technology updates," he wrote.

Though startups that enable cryptocurrency protocols to serve as decentralized alternatives to proprietary services or as a means of transmitting remittances have garnered the most interest throughout the ecosystem's formative years, Steves argues that the protocol layer (on which these services will be built) is where most of the value will be realized.

"We see that the protocol layer will capture more value than the applications," he wrote, adding: 

"As the application becomes successful, the protocol layer captures more value, which then creates more interest in additional decentralized application development."

As such, the comments echo the fat protocol theory put forward by Union Square Ventures, which states value creation on decentralized cryptocurrencies will occur at the lower infrastructure layers.

The report also asserts that the market for cryptocurrency mining is here to stay, arguing that there currently exists an at least $4.2 billion market for bitcoin mining equipment with an additional $350-$450 million for other ASIC-mined cryptocurrencies like bitcoin cash and another $1.9 billion market for GPU-mined coins like ethereum and monero.

Notably, the report argues that decentralized technology in its current state is misunderstood and underrated, claiming that cryptocurrencies are becoming better able to handle an increasing number of transactions. In particular, Steves sees the Lightning Network as a tool to enable more than a million transactions per second on bitcoin.

Still, scalability, along with government intervention and the creation of more sophisticated wallet hacking techniques, was identified as one of the key risks facing the ecosystem.

Continued progress on these fronts, however, will be a boon for the development and mainstream adoption of a global supercomputer, whether it be ethereum-based or on an alternative, provided that blockchain’s impeccable security record remains spotless, Steves said.

“As scaling and protocols mature, the value of a decentralized world computer could potentially become a multi-trillion dollar industry,” Steves wrote, concluding: "If there’s one positive technology item we can agree on, it’s that the blockchain has never been hacked. What happens if we build on top of this secure layer?"

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You are very forward thinking. I can see why you are a rich man.  The cryptocurrency market has taken off.  RBC and several other banks are setting up Crypto Desks/Departments to manage this sector.  Goldman Sachs has already emerged as the industry leader.  And China is fast becoming a cashless economy.

Bibi Haniffa posted:
yuji22 posted:
 

RBC Report: Crypto and Blockchain Could Unlock $10 Trillion Market

Aaron Stanley
Jan 3, 2018 at 19:15 UTC
NEWS 
 

A research analyst at the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) sees cryptocurrency, blockchain technology and decentralization as a potential $10 trillion ecosystem.

In a new report released Wednesday, Mitch Steves, an equities analyst with RBC's Capital Markets subsidiary, laid out his bull case for why the future of transactional services will ultimately be decentralized. "While the cryptocurrency space has many risks, the opportunity appears vast with constant technology updates," he wrote.

Though startups that enable cryptocurrency protocols to serve as decentralized alternatives to proprietary services or as a means of transmitting remittances have garnered the most interest throughout the ecosystem's formative years, Steves argues that the protocol layer (on which these services will be built) is where most of the value will be realized.

"We see that the protocol layer will capture more value than the applications," he wrote, adding: 

"As the application becomes successful, the protocol layer captures more value, which then creates more interest in additional decentralized application development."

As such, the comments echo the fat protocol theory put forward by Union Square Ventures, which states value creation on decentralized cryptocurrencies will occur at the lower infrastructure layers.

The report also asserts that the market for cryptocurrency mining is here to stay, arguing that there currently exists an at least $4.2 billion market for bitcoin mining equipment with an additional $350-$450 million for other ASIC-mined cryptocurrencies like bitcoin cash and another $1.9 billion market for GPU-mined coins like ethereum and monero.

Notably, the report argues that decentralized technology in its current state is misunderstood and underrated, claiming that cryptocurrencies are becoming better able to handle an increasing number of transactions. In particular, Steves sees the Lightning Network as a tool to enable more than a million transactions per second on bitcoin.

Still, scalability, along with government intervention and the creation of more sophisticated wallet hacking techniques, was identified as one of the key risks facing the ecosystem.

Continued progress on these fronts, however, will be a boon for the development and mainstream adoption of a global supercomputer, whether it be ethereum-based or on an alternative, provided that blockchain’s impeccable security record remains spotless, Steves said.

“As scaling and protocols mature, the value of a decentralized world computer could potentially become a multi-trillion dollar industry,” Steves wrote, concluding: "If there’s one positive technology item we can agree on, it’s that the blockchain has never been hacked. What happens if we build on top of this secure layer?"

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You are very forward thinking. I can see why you are a rich man.  The cryptocurrency market has taken off.  RBC and several other banks are setting up Crypto Desks/Departments to manage this sector.  Goldman Sachs has already emerged as the industry leader.  And China is fast becoming a cashless economy.

Hope you guys share your wealth one day with other poor members like me.  Bibi - congrats on your big accomplishment and enjoy the beach. 

Cobra posted:

Yuji will resurface when the dust settles. Yuji is a hit and run driver. He got his share for picking a fight with the hammer man. Lol

Imagine that lil dumb ass, just a year ago I picked up for that maggot when he was off and people attacked him.  Now he inserted himself between Bibi and me!   Hey, me and her were intimate lovers, so stay the f.uck out of our quarrel!

Baseman posted:
Cobra posted:

Yuji will resurface when the dust settles. Yuji is a hit and run driver. He got his share for picking a fight with the hammer man. Lol

Imagine that lil dumb ass, just a year ago I picked up for that maggot when he was off and people attacked him.  Now he inserted himself between Bibi and me!   Hey, me and her were intimate lovers, so stay the f.uck out of our quarrel!

Lord have mercy, mouth open and story jump out.  Now if GT jump in on this it will be a triangle.

ksazma posted:

In my opinion, this is a fight that Base can’t win so I would chill if I was Base. 

Ksazma, I was off this site, you know that!  I have no interest in any interaction with the lady, I prefer to stay away, not even interact politically, so I quit this site altogether.  It was her who started shit without reason.  If a relative did not inform me what was being said and the direction, I would have not rejoined to address.  I am busy and still a child in school to focus.  She has nothing better to do than talk shit and make trouble.  She seem to have little to do, so devils work always at hand!

Recommended reading:

"TAKING THE HIGH ROAD --- Showing Restraint in the Face of Malicious Provocation" by Dr Bharrat Jagdeo, COTE.

Synopsis: Queen Varshnie feels depressed, despondent and neglected. She summons prominent publicists in the land and claims that King Bharrat is treating her terribly badly and sadly but not amorously. The publicists spread the Queen's grouse from towns to villages to islands and even continents. Naturally, King Bharrat becomes a laughing stock and is grossly embarrassed. However, he does not retaliate against the queen. He does not utter a single word to clear his name. On the contrary, the King holds his head high, maintains a dignified silence, and continues to perform his royal duties to the best of his abilities. Over time, more and more subjects in the kingdom stop laughing at the king and show admiration for his steadfast stoicism. Moreover, the planet's foremost organization awarded King Bharrat the coveted title COTE [Champion of the Earth.]

"TAKING THE HIGH ROAD --- Showing Restraint in the Face of Malicious Provocation" is a priceless memoir worth reading and digesting and following. Never since the publication of the Holy Bible has another such Book of Truth been written. Get a copy today from Y22 KRSNA BOOKSHOP for a discounted price of One Bitcoin only. 

 

 

Gilbakka posted:

Recommended reading:

"TAKING THE HIGH ROAD --- Showing Restraint in the Face of Malicious Provocation" by Dr Bharrat Jagdeo, COTE.

Synopsis: Queen Varshnie feels depressed, despondent and neglected. She summons prominent publicists in the land and claims that King Bharrat is treating her terribly badly and sadly but not amorously. The publicists spread the Queen's grouse from towns to villages to islands and even continents. Naturally, King Bharrat becomes a laughing stock and is grossly embarrassed. However, he does not retaliate against the queen. He does not utter a single word to clear his name. On the contrary, the King holds his head high, maintains a dignified silence, and continues to perform his royal duties to the best of his abilities. Over time, more and more subjects in the kingdom stop laughing at the king and show admiration for his steadfast stoicism. Moreover, the planet's foremost organization awarded King Bharrat the coveted title COTE [Champion of the Earth.]

"TAKING THE HIGH ROAD --- Showing Restraint in the Face of Malicious Provocation" is a priceless memoir worth reading and digesting and following. Never since the publication of the Holy Bible has another such Book of Truth been written. Get a copy today from Y22 KRSNA BOOKSHOP for a discounted price of One Bitcoin only. 

Thanks, noted!  You should also not feed into the malicious provocation and lies.  Had you and others not taken the bottom-feeder bait and poured on, maybe I just would have laughed it off.  I do pity her, really do!!

Which Bitcoin can I use, Maduro's?

Leonora posted:

Hey Base, I got a phone call from one of your relatives. She said you had a longtime beauty queen wife; have good-looking kids; and you're always in the company of the prettiest women; so you should count your blessings.

I'll keep that in mind!  Yes, she was/is a looker.

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