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On 8/2/2020 at 4:27 PM, TiffanyHayden said:

“Wish you were here, but you’re not.”

 

I'm not hating you for living the good life, but lets be 💯here, that is all made available to you by a man and his resources, whether it be a sugar daddy or your hubby. I doubt it's the former since you're an older lady, and being a sugar baby is a young woman's game. The whole optics of flaunting these things via Twitter, which doesn't bother me in the slightest, is analogous to poking a bear. 

Lastly, your Twitter banner is very concerning to me. It tells me you have white guilt and also maybe an actual racist. Why? I've learned in the last month that many white people that go out of their way to let others know they are down with the cause, usually believe that black people are who they are due to genetics and therefore can't be held responsible for their actions. I'm sure you support Planned Parenthood, which was started by the biggest racist of them all - Margaret Sanger. 

https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2018/11/30/white-liberals-dumb-themselves-down-when-they-speak-black-people-new-study-contends/

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A new study suggests that the words you use may depend on whether the club secretary’s name is Emily (“a stereotypically White name,” as the study says) or Lakisha (“a stereotypically Black name”). If you’re a white liberal writing to Emily, you might use words like “melancholy” or “euphoric” to describe the mood of the book, whereas you might trade these terms out for the simpler “sad” or “happy” if you’re corresponding with Lakisha.

But you do you. 

 

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2 hours ago, Panzer_Kitteh said:

I'm not hating you for living the good life, but lets be 💯here, that is all made available to you by a man and his resources [...]

In the interest of fairness, I'll also say that comments like these exhibit no class, are exhausting to read, and accomplish nada.

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34 minutes ago, NightJanitor said:

In the interest of fairness, I'll also say that comments like these exhibit no class, are exhausting to read, and accomplish nada.

They maybe be to you, and that's fair. But a lot of men are thinking of this as they read her comments, on here and Twitter. I mean, how many women do you know that actually make all the money themselves? Again, lets keep this 💯

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On 8/1/2020 at 5:24 AM, TiffanyHayden said:

Ripple originally promised to giveaway 55 billion XRP, but that’s no longer a thing. 

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@TiffanyHayden is completely right, just as she is about validators.

Here are some news reports from the time from the mainstream media.

OpenCoin is expected to start handing out Ripples to the public in May. It has created 100 billion, a number it promises never to increase. To give the new currency momentum, OpenCoin plans eventually to give away 75% of the supply. Existing Bitcoin users can already claim free Ripples and eventually anyone opening an OpenCoin account will also receive some.

https://www.economist.com/finance-and-economics/2013/04/13/mining-digital-gold

Bitcoin copycats are already springing up. A company called OpenCoin says it will start giving away the 100bn “Ripples” it has created out of thin air, in the next few weeks, initially to software developers.

OpenCoin chief executive, Chris Larsen, doesn’t see lots of virtual, borderless currencies competing. He thinks there might be one big winner. “I think of it like this: what did MySpace have to do to beat Friendster, and what did Facebook have to do to beat MySpace? Can anyone iterate on Facebook? There were hundreds of attempts at social networks, but only three big steps to get where we are.”

OpenCoin’s decision to give Ripples to developers is a calculated one. It hopes they will start to use them as currency in applications they develop, and as Ripples’ utility increases, so should their value. The question is, how many other Silicon Valley companies will now be tempted to launch rival currencies?

April 26 2013 Financial Times

https://www.ft.com/content/55733b80-addf-11e2-a2c7-00144feabdc0

The huge numbers of stories told by Ripple/Opencoin management that turned out not to be true is staggering.

 

 

 

 

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Just now, xerxesramesepolybius said:

@TiffanyHayden is completely right, just as she is about validators.

Here are some news reports from the time from the mainstream media.

OpenCoin is expected to start handing out Ripples to the public in May. It has created 100 billion, a number it promises never to increase. To give the new currency momentum, OpenCoin plans eventually to give away 75% of the supply. Existing Bitcoin users can already claim free Ripples and eventually anyone opening an OpenCoin account will also receive some.

https://www.economist.com/finance-and-economics/2013/04/13/mining-digital-gold

Bitcoin copycats are already springing up. A company called OpenCoin says it will start giving away the 100bn “Ripples” it has created out of thin air, in the next few weeks, initially to software developers.

OpenCoin chief executive, Chris Larsen, doesn’t see lots of virtual, borderless currencies competing. He thinks there might be one big winner. “I think of it like this: what did MySpace have to do to beat Friendster, and what did Facebook have to do to beat MySpace? Can anyone iterate on Facebook? There were hundreds of attempts at social networks, but only three big steps to get where we are.”

OpenCoin’s decision to give Ripples to developers is a calculated one. It hopes they will start to use them as currency in applications they develop, and as Ripples’ utility increases, so should their value. The question is, how many other Silicon Valley companies will now be tempted to launch rival currencies?

April 26 2013 Financial Times

https://www.ft.com/content/55733b80-addf-11e2-a2c7-00144feabdc0

The huge numbers of stories told by Ripple/Opencoin management that turned out not to be true is staggering.

 

 

 

 

Why did so many people give @TiffanyHayden such a hard time for remembering and reminding us of the truth?

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I never gave her a hard time.  I gave her an ignore.  Only so many "spit-take reaction gifs" and hard-hitting investigative Twitter-journalism pieces revealing that government and academia may have had something do with the rollout of telecom/internet/IP infrastructure that one can take.  Similar to your own schtick, here, pooping all over things, without making any clear, declarative statements - with an obviously personal grudge about *something* which you won't come clean, and, now, about which no one cares.

I suspect that others (from what they say in private) may just find her grating for similarities of 'communication style' with this person:   https://twitter.com/gretchenwhitmer

(Welcome to ignore!)

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11 hours ago, xerxesramesepolybius said:

@TiffanyHayden is completely right, just as she is about validators.

Hmm, not really... Truth is that both Ripple and Stellar have messed things up. Some mostly in the past, other continue till this day. Both shoot with hail (investment money) and try to hit some targets. Some stick, some won't. All the praise Stellar gets for being so focused on their community, so stable, not for profit but a better world, gets diminished once zoomed into.

https://coil.com/p/AllTheWay08/Not-Stellar/eKepk_gRu

That list of commitments is a joke. I can make one and randomly dedicate portions of my holdings to anything. Name me some Stellar actually 'succesfully' did commit to. Or unsuccesfully for that matter. They burned their stash under the pretence distribution was harder than they thought (not their own portion ofcourse, mainly the charity/giveaway/investment part).

Tiffany keeps repeating the XRPL was a validator away from halting, steering her choice towards Stellar. Fact is XRPL never halted and devs came up with a fix. In the meantime Stellar network halted twice.

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16 hours ago, xerxesramesepolybius said:

OpenCoin is expected to start handing out Ripples to the public in May. It has created 100 billion, a number it promises never to increase. To give the new currency momentum, OpenCoin plans eventually to give away 75% of the supply. Existing Bitcoin users can already claim free Ripples and eventually anyone opening an OpenCoin account will also receive some.

When they first started the XRP ledger, the origin wallet keys were public. Anyone could have taken as much XRP as they wanted to play with and test the ledger. I recently heard this from @JoelKatz in an video interview that he did. They kept making changes to the code, and then shutting down the whole ledger and restarting it with the new code. Eventually they realized that there was not a need to restart the ledger, and today that last iteration is the XRPL.

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1 hour ago, KarmaCoverage said:

When they first started the XRP ledger, the origin wallet keys were public. Anyone could have taken as much XRP as they wanted to play with and test the ledger. I recently heard this from @JoelKatz in an video interview that he did. They kept making changes to the code, and then shutting down the whole ledger and restarting it with the new code. Eventually they realized that there was not a need to restart the ledger, and today that last iteration is the XRPL.

Are the testnets public?

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