libertarian
Thought on wages and discrimination?

February 24, 2017

What do libertarians think about wage differences between races and/or gender. Say a certain race was paid far less than any other at a specific corporation. Should government intervene?

Also what is your take on the stock market. Should the gov intervene to halt a crash?

From SubReddit /r/libertarian
http://www.reddit.com/r/Libertarian/comments/5w2cx8/thought_on_wages_and_discrimination/

Bitcoin
What are bitcoins biggest flaws?

February 24, 2017

Trying to assess what's could hold back its adoption. Maybe because charges can't be reversed? It's more vulnerable to theft?

From SubReddit /r/Bitcoin
http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/5w2ctg/what_are_bitcoins_biggest_flaws/

libertarian
Labor Unions?

February 24, 2017

What is a Libertarians take on Labor Unions? Please try to simply explain, I have just moderate experience in politics.

From SubReddit /r/libertarian
http://www.reddit.com/r/Libertarian/comments/5w2b37/labor_unions/

General News
Here Comes the Police State: New Laws Aim for Brutal Crackdown on Protest

February 24, 2017

The rise of right-wing populism in the United States-from the White House to state legislatures-has been met with public resistance on a stunning scale. Millions have taken to the streets, staged direct actions and flooded airports to resist a flurry of presidential decrees targeting undocumented, black, refugee, LGBTQ and poor communities. And long before Trump […]

Published on: 2/24/2017 7:43:04 PM -08:00

http://bitcoinwarrior.net/2017/02/here-comes-the-police-state-new-laws-aim-for-brutal-crackdown-on-protest/

Bitcoin
Port 8333 is open, yet network is unreachable?

February 24, 2017

Ever since bitcoind completely synced it's been giving me a network unreachable message in the debug log and hasn't been downloading blocks. I'm running 0.14.0rc1 on Ubuntu 16.04 on AWS, port 8333 is clearly open in my security group.

From SubReddit /r/Bitcoin
http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/5w25tq/port_8333_is_open_yet_network_is_unreachable/

General News
Here Comes the Police State: New Laws Aim for Brutal Crackdown on Protest

February 24, 2017

The rise of right-wing populism in the United States-from the White House to state legislatures-has been met with public resistance on a stunning scale. Millions have taken to the streets, staged direct actions and flooded airports to resist a flurry of presidential decrees targeting undocumented, black, refugee, LGBTQ and poor communities. And long before Trump […]

Published on: 2/25/2017 3:43:04 AM +00:00

http://bitcoinwarrior.net/2017/02/here-comes-the-police-state-new-laws-aim-for-brutal-crackdown-on-protest/

Bitcoin
Coinbase

February 24, 2017

Coinbase customer support really Sucks!!!!
Here I am a potential customer that want to spend 20 to 30K with them and I can't even get someone to help me with the verification process so I can buy from them!!!!!
If this is the best Bitcoin indexes have to offer; I'm dissapointed

From SubReddit /r/Bitcoin
http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/5w22pt/coinbase/

libertarian
Gadsden Flag?

February 24, 2017

So I know the Gadsden Flag (the flashy "don't tread on me" one with the gravity defying coiled snake) is somewhat representative of the Libertarian Party. I just bought one to hang up but it occurred to me that most people might actually connect it with the Conservative Tea Party Movement. I was just wondering if you guys think of it as more symbolic of Libertarianism or Conservatism

From SubReddit /r/libertarian
http://www.reddit.com/r/Libertarian/comments/5w2108/gadsden_flag/

Bitcoin
Here is why im selling

February 24, 2017

BECAUSE I JUST MADE 250% PROFIT!!!
woohoo, guess that BTC gonna pay for my graduation trip! Just secured a full time job after april && guess whos gonna start buyin monthly 😉

From SubReddit /r/Bitcoin
http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/5w210w/here_is_why_im_selling/

Bitcoin
USD vs. bitcoin

February 24, 2017

Hi,

Today I was having a discussion with a co worker and he basically said the USD and bitcoin are philosophically equal because they're both backed by nothing.

Can you guys help me prove/disprove this? From my understanding, other than the fact that they're both currencies, they're nothing alike.

From SubReddit /r/Bitcoin
http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/5w1z1z/usd_vs_bitcoin/

General News
Cloudflare Bug May Have Exposed User Data From Millions Of Sites

February 24, 2017

Cloudflare, a service that provides security and performance optimization for more than 5.5 million websites, warned users on Thursday that it recently fixed a bug that exposed sensitive information including usernames and passwords. The problem may be fixed now, but the fallout will be ongoing. Thousands of sites have reportedly experienced data leaks due to […]

Published on: 2/25/2017 2:46:29 AM +00:00

http://bitcoinwarrior.net/2017/02/cloudflare-bug-may-have-exposed-user-data-from-millions-of-sites/

CryptoCurrency
BitBay’s Smart Contract Client v1.26 Updates Due in March

February 24, 2017

BitBay’s newest updates to their decentralized Smart Client are scheduled for release in March. The updates include many features to make your Marketplace experience both more secure and user friendly.

Cold Staking will be introduced to allow you to keep your keys on two different systems, making your account virtually unhackable. For even more security, a new Anti-Keylogger will keep anyone from recording the keystrokes used to enter your password. The Marketplace Client will now Stake your coins, so your BAY can earn interest while being used in Contracts for buying, selling, and securing your purchases as intended. This feature is the last to be moved over from the Wallet to the Client, and eliminates the need for you to have a BitBay QT wallet altogether. These three new features, as well as the many others listed below, are all being added since the last major release in January. BitBay continues to deliver a product, while other digital currency projects deliver only promises.

Other Updates Included In BitBay Client Release v1.26

*Font sizes in pixels instead of points since PyQt4 has no DPI adjustment for UI

*Made clear key location on Exit

*Added Proxy/Tor option

*Added Email login on account loading to protect password

*Added ability to filter other currencies

*Added way to activate debug file from UI

*Added custom splash screen for Halo coins

*AOL/Outlook typo fixed, removed support for Mail.com due to change in their programming

*Enhanced user interface, various fixes

*Detected when users move keys from known location

*Added generic encryption for sensitive data in temporary files

*Fixed balance float

*Fixed sorting and interface with the markets table

*Encrypt/Decrypt functions added in the menu

*Sign/Verify functions added in the menu

*Allowed for Staking across multiple multi-signature accounts

*Added Voting

*Updated pastebin url

*Fixed Email encoding/padding issues

BitBay Market

From SubReddit /r/CryptoCurrency
http://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/5w1vv3/bitbays_smart_contract_client_v126_updates_due_in/

Bitcoin
Fungibility “One must not wait until the fight for freedom is called treason”

February 24, 2017

"The events from 1933 to 1945 would have to have been fought before 1928. Later it would have been too late. One must not wait until the fight for freedom is called treason. One mustn't wait until the snowball becomes an avalanche. One must stomp the rolling snowball. The avalanche will not be stopped." – Erich Kästner

Please, sidechain, lightning, and core developers, keep this in mind as you work on bitcoin. Keep in mind the importance of financial privacy and fungibility. If we wait too long, it may eventually be too late.

From SubReddit /r/Bitcoin
http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/5w1q8f/fungibility_one_must_not_wait_until_the_fight_for/

libertarian
States Rights vs Federal Laws

February 24, 2017

I've often heard Libertarians (like Ron Paul) describe certain issues as "something that should be left up to the states", or, as a "states rights" issue. I understand the general concept, issues being decided by the state rather than the federal government, and it seems great, especially when you consider certain states could make laws that reflect the general consensus of the people, creating liberal states for liberal folks and conservative ones for conservatives. In fact, if taken to its full conclusion, it seems like it could create a lot of variety for people to choose from, which I think tends to be a problem in a country as diverse as America. The part that I don't understand though is the domain of the government in relation to enforcing the constitution. For example, if someone takes issue with a state law, and the case escalates until it goes before the supreme court, they're supposed to interpret the Constitution in their ruling. So my question is what is the point of states rights if people can just dispute the laws and get them overturned. Seems like states never have full sovereignty and we should just become a fully constitutional society in all states. The only way the states rights thing makes sense to me is if states can bend the Constitution a bit to create diversity in the laws. What am I missing?

From SubReddit /r/libertarian
http://www.reddit.com/r/Libertarian/comments/5w1htq/states_rights_vs_federal_laws/

Bitcoin
To all those using Dollar Cost Averaging.

February 24, 2017

How much do you buy? What percent of your income that is? How frequently do you buy? Is that the only way you buy? If not what percent of your total purchase is dollar cost averaging?

From SubReddit /r/Bitcoin
http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/5w1hgt/to_all_those_using_dollar_cost_averaging/

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