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Cryptocurrency Investing: It’s not as risky as you think

November 10th, 2022

What is Cryptocurrency?

Cryptocurrency is a digital currency whose ownership and transactions data are recorded on an electronic ledger.

In fact,Guest Posting this electronic ledger is a cryptocurrency’s blockchain that updates together on over 10,000 computers around the world.

Further, the protocol defines the creation and proof for the transactions of cryptocurrency

In other words, the protocol is a list of rules that define how the process will carry out to update the task into the ledger.

Moreover, the transactions are in the form of unique codes and secured by cryptography principles.

Cryptography allows the transactions such as creation, change of ownership, etc. to record in various databases through blockchains

But, the blockchains can be public or private.

If it is public, anyone can write the list of transactions and it doesn’t have any gatekeepers to approve or reject the parties

whereas,

The Bitcoin Wallets

October 6th, 2022

Bitcoin is a famous digital currency and it is unlike the physical or traditional currencies used across the globe. This is a completely different type of currency because it doesn’t exist in any physical form or shape in the world. They are basically stored technically and used in the internet world. If you want to use bitcoin, it is necessary to have a bitcoin wallet.

What is a bitcoin wallet?

Generally, a wallet for Bitcoin is a software program where bitcoins are safely stored. A wallet is similar to a virtual bank account and allow the person to send or receive bitcoins and save the bitcoins. Those people who use bitcoin and have balance, they receive a private key or secret number for every bitcoin address which is saved in the bitcoin wallet. Without the private key a bitcoin transaction is not possible. You can use your Bitcoin wallet from anywhere in the world.

The main reason behind obtaining a bitcoin storage wallet is to use bitcoin easily and safely. It is a digital wallet that can run easily on your smart phone and computer devices. If you are concerned with hacking, then it is the best option because it gives full security and safety of your bitcoin.

Different forms of a bitcoin wallet

There are several different forms of a bitcoin wallet and each of them are used as per their requirements.

Mobile

Those who are using bitcoins on a daily basis, such as regularly trading, buying goods and more daily activities, for them Mobile BTC wallet is a great option. It is an app which runs on your smart phone. This will store your private keys and allow you to pay for things or use crypto-coin from your phone easily from any place of the world.

Web

Web wallets allow you to use bitcoins from anywhere easily and on any mobile or web browser. Remember, you must choose your web wallet carefully because it stores your private key online and it can be risky sometimes.

Desktop

Desktop wallets are downloaded and installed on your computer or desktop and offer you the complete control over the wallet. You can store a private key and create a crypto coin account address for sending and receiving the bitcoins.

Hardware

Hardware wallets are offline devices and are the most secure bitcoin wallet. They store your private keys offline so they can’t be hacked. This means you can use whenever you want on your computer.

Your coins are completely safe because your bitcoin wallet can only be controlled by you. No other person, unless you share the password can get the details about your bitcoin. Therefore, use bitcoins without the concern of any theft.

“AI” Of Human-Kind

April 1st, 2022

“AI”… of Human-kind!

“Which Came First, The Chicken Or The Egg?”

Several years ago, you may recall a publication describing our growing dependency upon machines, devices, and “AI.” On several occasions, I’ve attempted to bring awareness to this phenomenon of artificial intelligence’s abilities in creating and/or re-creating itself… over and over again. What once was a ‘science-fiction’ story has been brought to bear, in living color, a scientific fact.

The article, “Device Machine Dependent,” has described instances and descriptions where robots or robotics have been designed to emulate the actions, abilities, and appearance(s) of mankind… “Human-Like”; “The Image of Its’ Creator!”

How many times have you been in your car and engaged in a shouting match or argumentative interaction with your ‘GPS’ or “onboard interface?” Aw, c’mon now… haven’t you gotten angry and screamed at the device when the voice behind it gives you screwed up or wrong directions? Sure you have.

Selene Yeager, a contributing author, spoke of a doctoral student at Stanford University, who specializes in Human-Technology-Interaction.

“We (humans) get confused and angry because we don’t know what the ‘GPS’ is “thinking,” David Miller says.

This author (yours truly), however, is and has been guilty of that particular type of behavior. I can remember keying in a direction (when that wasn’t satisfactory, I tried to engage the voice command option), the damned thing told me; directed me to take a highway and exit… I followed suit. When I realized the directions where totally wrong – the accursed voice put us on “The Highway To Hell!”

We traveled sixty miles outside and away from our planned “Pocono Mountain” destination.

Well, I’m here to tell you, I momentarily (Oh, like so many) became insane and started screaming at the voice inside of the ‘GPS system.’ Miller went on to say, “In the future, when your GPS gives you directions, it may give you a rationale, so that you will have a better two-way relationship.”

… Yeah, right. I’m happy when and if the thing gets me to my unfamiliar destination(s)… via the correct route! I don’t mean to be to hard on the device… it’s a pretty good little tool when it works as expected.

“A Bite Of The Apple” addressed the ‘IT’ community on big issues concerning Apple’s stance on “covert and proprietary practices” in the world of technology; hardware and software – particularly its hardware products. Apple’s ‘IT’ decision makers espouses an ergonomic flaw which reveals a preference, They’ve said “Apple-like” form over function, i.e., the iMAC connectors on the rear of their machines are designed and/or decided by anal retention.

Their ‘IT’ management team describes one possible meaning of “A