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AnyHedge.com – Bitcoin Cash Defi. Open Source. Decentralized. Future Of Derivatives.

Today I wanted to write about AnyHedge because it starts a new chapter in Bitcoin Cash history. For the first time since the creation of Bitcoin in 2009, it is possible to hedge or long prices of any asset, such as gold prices, housing markets, Tesla stock price, oil prices, mining hashrate prices, etc directly on the Bitcoin Cash blockchain.
AnyHedge is open source and the goal is to bring in as much economic activity to the Bitcoin Cash blockchain as possible. I believe these economic activity can have a massive impact on the demand of Bitcoin Cash and leads to real world usage by financial markets currently outside of the crypto ecosystem.
However, blockchain development work is highly complex and requires very specialized skillset. And that’s why the team behind AnyHedge is building the open source infrastructure to make it easy so that even an idiot programmer can do it. And when it is super easy for developers to do it, then we empower them to create more value directly on the Bitcoin Cash blockchain, which in turn brings even more users and demand to the Bitcoin Cash blockchain. There is no doubt that Bitcoin Cash will overtake BTC eventually. The time to accumulate Bitcoin Cash is today.
The future of Bitcoin Cash is very exciting and I think it makes sense to thank the people who made AnyHedge possible. These people are emergent_reasons, Jonathan Silverblood, im_uname, Marc De Mesel, and Molecular. If even one of them is removed, I am not even sure AnyHedge would be where it is today. It is also super amazing to have talented people like Rosco Kalis and Marcel to reinforce this all-stars Bitcoin Cash team.
The best way to predict the future is to build it, and thanks to these people, they are building a bright future for Bitcoin Cash.
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AnyHedge.com – Bitcoin Cash Defi. Open Source. Decentralized. Future Of Derivatives.

Today I wanted to write about AnyHedge because it starts a new chapter in Bitcoin Cash history. For the first time since the creation of Bitcoin in 2009, it is possible to hedge or long prices of any asset, such as gold prices, housing markets, Tesla stock price, oil prices, mining hashrate prices, etc directly on the Bitcoin Cash blockchain.
AnyHedge is open source and the goal is to bring in as much economic activity to the Bitcoin Cash blockchain as possible. I believe these economic activity can have a massive impact on the demand of Bitcoin Cash and leads to real world usage by financial markets currently outside of the crypto ecosystem.
However, blockchain development work is highly complex and requires very specialized skillset. And that’s why the team behind AnyHedge is building the open source infrastructure to make it easy so that even an idiot programmer can do it. And when it is super easy for developers to do it, then we empower them to create more value directly on the Bitcoin Cash blockchain, which in turn brings even more users and demand to the Bitcoin Cash blockchain. There is no doubt that Bitcoin Cash will overtake BTC eventually. The time to accumulate Bitcoin Cash is today.
The future of Bitcoin Cash is very exciting and I think it makes sense to thank the people who made AnyHedge possible. These people are emergent_reasons, Jonathan Silverblood, im_uname, Marc De Mesel, and Molecular. If even one of them is removed, I am not even sure AnyHedge would be where it is today. It is also super amazing to have talented people like Rosco Kalis and Marcel to reinforce this all-stars Bitcoin Cash team.
The best way to predict the future is to build it, and thanks to these people, they are building a bright future for Bitcoin Cash.
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We must become organised to stop a corruption of the BCH protocol

Yesterday BitcoinABC released version 0.21 of their client. In this release a consensus rule is included that requires all BCH miners to pay 5% of their block subsidy and 5% of the fees they receive to a set of up to 4 BCH addresses. These addresses are controlled by:
This significant change in the protocol is to be activated using a BIP9 method. It will activate when at least 66% of 2016 blocks are produced by miners running their new release. There is no end date for the tax once it has been activated, so it will go on indefinitely unless manually removed with another hardfork.
This is occurring in the context of an almost unanimous opposition by the BCH ecosystem of businesses, miners, projects and users. This is something that they are fully aware of and have decided to ignore and push ahead anyway.
While it is of course true that the community needs to make sure there is sufficient funding for the projects within the BCH ecosystem that deserve it, and that the funding is provided voluntarily, there are currently numerous efforts under way to create software that makes this as simple as possible. For example, Flipstarter, U-DID, , and pool Donations. There is also a significant amount of will in the community to provide funding if sensible and concrete proposals are put forward.
This change is not only a fundamental change to the properties of Bitcoin as described in the original whitepaper, but has the high likelihood of causing a major split if the entire ecosystem does not work towards stopping it from happening.
Many of us are now organising an effort to oppose this fundamental change. We need as much of the ecosystem as possible to put their effort into stopping this if you don't want this to happen, so please join us at:

t.me/notaxBCH

In the interest of showing again just how much of the ecosystem is against this change I have added the list again below.

Businesses, Infrastructure, Projects & Institutions

Developers

Individuals

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Byteball - What's happening!?

Here’s a recap of some the more recent eventful stuff going on in the Byteball space. If you missed the previous version it can be found here.
For those of you who don’t know anything about Byteball yet, I recommend you to check out the website. Even better, read the whitepaper. Still have questions? Check out the wiki.
The benefits in short: Byteball has a user friendly wallet, it’s fast, has no PoW/PoS yet is still 100% trustless, very active development, extremely strong privacy through Blackbytes, human readable smart contracts that actually work already (insurance, prediction market, lottery, betting bot, blackbytes exchange, altcoin exchange, etc.), a fair distribution, and a limited supply.
For those of you already familiar with Byteball, here we go:
Perhaps the biggest news of the past few weeks is the release of Byteball wallet version 2.0 which contains a brilliant feature called textcoin. Let me explain.
So far in crypto we have been using cryptic addresses like 1BtjAzWGLyAavUkbw3QsyzzNDKdtPXk95D or TKT4UESIKTTRALRRLWS4SENSTJX6ODCW. The recipient has to already be known in the system, and you need to ask him his address. Then, after a payment is sent, there is no easy way to tell who was the recipient. Not quite user friendly for mass adoption. Now, this is going to change.
With the release of Byteball wallet version 2.0, Byteball users can send Bytes to e-mail or chat. Even if the recipient doesn’t have a Byteball wallet yet!
Let that sink in for a second. Yes, it’s awesome.
Read more about it in this Medium article.
To make this feature even better developers can now also use textcoins to send money to email or via chat and the Byteball cashback Bytes can also be sent to e-mail addresses. Don’t be surprised if you hear a lot more about this in my next recap. As a reminder, you can still enter the cashback program.
Even more info on our wiki. Two new merchants were added lately, a Grammy award winning music studio in England and a Japanese store.
If you haven’t looked at it before, the first worldwide beta test of Bytes distribution through physical stores is taking place in Milan, Italy. Read all about it here.
Bitcoin Wednesday
Lead developer Tony Churyumov revealed the textcoin feature at Bitcoin Wednesday in Amsterdam on December 8th. Of course I was there to shake hands with him and listen to his amazing story. There were a couple hundred visitors there but Byteball deserves a much bigger audience than that. So at the moment I’m working on reproducing his presentation in a series of 4 videos, keep an eye on our subreddit for the release of those. Before January 1st, I promise! :)
Another great feature that was released recently are the Freebe Byteball give-away-vouchers. So of course we gave away some MegaBytes and MegaBlackbytes at Bitcoin Wednesday. A great way to introduce new people to Byteball! I encourage you all to print some and give away to your friends and family.
hub.berlin
Tony was also at hub.berlin to talk about parametric insurance powered by smart contracts. It was above the heads of many people in the audience but it’s nice to see real world serious coverage of crypto topics instead of all the speculation / bubble talk / TA courses / ICO hype presentations floating around. Marc de Mesel was also there and he did a 3 part interview with Tony. In a bar I might add so you need to have some noise tolerance to watch these. Then again, Tony doesn’t give many interviews so you should still watch them:
Part 1: why is DAG better than blockchain?
Part 2: how private are Blackbytes? | the Byteball cashback program
Part 3: conditional payments
In other news
So, did anything else happen? Well, Richard Heart endorsed Byteball in an interview, he named Byteball and Monero as the only altcoins he cares about. Proof. Whether that pulled Byteball out of it’s death spiral versus BTC or the insane rise of IOTA and XRB did, I don’t know. Fact is that trading volume picked up and price recovered a bit. Compared to both IOTA and RaiBlocks, Byteball is still very cheap, 1/millionth of the total supply is still only ~$550 at the time of writing. The entrance fee for the equivalent of the “1 in a million 21 BTC club” for Byteball is only ~$550. Don’t know what more to say really.
Talking about DAG coins, many people still don’t even know Byteball exists, let alone that it uses a DAG. This post made a lot of people aware and a bunch of other articles about DAG vs blockchain also helped spread the word about Byteball. Many are calling 2018 the “year of the DAG” already. Exciting times ahead!
So, I hope you enjoyed reading this short overview. In order not to miss anything in the future just subscribe to our subreddit and join our Telegram group. We are working on a new Slack invite page but in the mean time you can just DM me with your e-mail address and I’ll throw you an invite. We have very lively discussion over there. Yes, also about the name and the logo ;)
Oh and one more thing ….
Who says we never do any marketing?
Now, back to working on those videos!
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225 Good YouTubers & 30 Bad Ones! (Help Me Verify)

I am finalizing my list for CryptoInfluence - The link is a beta version.
I've made several topics on this Reddit asking for input and received a tons of suggestions!
This site is an offshoot of my popular Socialbook.io platform which is used by YouTubers to help get Sponsorships/Partnerships from brands. Brands use the platform search for YouTubers to advertise their products. Once the list is narrowed down they view their profiles and can choose to purchase their advanced profiles in order to view their audience demographics & to contact them.
YouTubers get 50% of the price paid by brands to view their profiles & contact them. They keep 100% of whatever sponsorship deal they negotiate. This has been very successful so far. Up until recently the most popular searches were were Gaming & Fashion YouTubers.
Over the summer we never received any requests for Crypto Influencers. Now we get 12 a day, making Crypto YouTubers our top category!
The biggest complaint is that brands keep choosing the wrong ones and getting scammed. The Crypto Boom is so new that their are not very many "trusted" channels yet. There are no million+ channels. Most of the channels are a few months old between 1-20k subscribers. Its very difficult for them to choose.
The site should do 3 things:
1. Allow brands to easily find quality YouTubers to partner with. Leading to both sides to profit.
2. Blacklist the scammer channels, and keep them from monetizing their channels. (There will be a form to report Scammers)
3. Clear out my inbox ;-)
Below is the current list, sorted by number of subscribers (except the bottom 10 or so). Please help me verify any scammers. The ones I really need help with are at the very below. Also, if you know of any good channels that I don't have listed please let me know! Thanks a bunch!
When the site is done, the channels will be ranked via an algorithm that is less dependent upon subscriber numbers, and more dependent upon relevant content, activity, and audience engagement. This should be able to properly rank that "Good" channels from the more "Mediocre" ones. There will also be a sorter (similar to our advanced search) where you can re-list the channels based on audience demographics, country, language, average views, etc.
Legitimate Channels:
Scammer List:
Not Sure About:
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Crypto Predictions Steve Patterson & Me about Bitcoin Cash vs Bitcoin SV ▶️ Discussing Read.Cash & BCH With Marc De Mesel  EP#338 Marc De Mesel - YouTube REALIST NEWS - BitCoin passes $830 - Spain Bans Cash Transactions over $1k

Latest Marc De Mesel News Bitcoin Cash-Fueled Blogging Website Read.cash Raises Over $100K for Collective Initiative A few months ago news.Bitcoin.com reported on the web portal read.cash, a blogging website fueled by bitcoin cash that rewards users in crypto for producing content. submitted by /u/Marc_De_Mesel [link] [comments] I had the pleasure of chatting with Marc De Mesel about Bitcoin Cash and the Read.Cash blogging platform. He has donated over $100,000 USD worth of Bitcoin Cash to Read.Cash’s creator fund and users on the platforms via tips. In this video, we dive into his investments, other platforms he’s used, Read.cash, and his crypto philanthropy. A whopping 217+ BCH donation by Marc de Mesel on top of his already 190+ BCH previous donation has take these guys over the line!! A huge thank you to Marc for stepping up to the plate for Bitcoin Cash over the past couple of weeks! https://knuth.flipstarter.cash/ Here you can find all the latest news related to bitcoin particular, selected from sources worldwide. Here you can find all the latest news related to bitcoin particular, selected from sources worldwide. Marc De Mesel. Dobe4ever. BTCKyle. Bitcoinmag. Markets. By Ranking. Charts Top-6. Price Analysis. Coins. Top-10 Coins. Bitcoin. Ethereum

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