Great to hear of the progress here at UOS UCommunity.
4 days ago
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pibyk
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Great development! But I would like to see how this is going to work in practice. After all we are still in a test environment well shielded from the real world influences ;-)
3 days ago
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Engr.Samest
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What a great update right here!!
2 days ago
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Because you ask so nicely :) Hi there. A big welcome!
3 days ago
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nihilism2day
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Hello there! Welcome! Keep posting and you'll get to the top.
3 days ago
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Bocahkrypto
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Welcome to Community... Let's enjoy together 😁
2 days ago
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ttaanuu
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Great project .
24 days ago
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Bocahkrypto
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Awesome 👍
12 days ago
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awesome mates
12 days ago
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Dina
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Nice post! Sharing
6 days ago
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my favorite Iran. place to visit for all!!!
5 days ago
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Bocahkrypto
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Maybe someday u can try visit Indonesia
4 days ago
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Bocahkrypto
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Thank you for visit my lovely country Indonesia. Hope u enjoy and can visit again. BTW, I'm smoker too my friend 😁 #uosdaily
4 days ago
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nice
12 days ago
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Thanks for your explanation. It looks like the TRON blockchain with bandwidth and energy staking. But EOS is Network bandwidth and CPU Time. Both blockchains required to lock the coins for 3 days.
4 days ago
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Thank you this sounds fascinating, well engineered. U guys will reach the moon. we are all U.
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nihilism2day
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These pictures are full of charisma, love it, they feel alive! There's so many fascinating things in Africa, sometimes it seems like time stopped there
3 days ago
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nihilism2day
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I think I know what you're missing - an introduction post so people here know what this is all about, some history of your travels, where you've been, what you've done and achieved, why you stay exactly for 91 days, how's your life etc. Maybe try to make an introductory post, I'll share and upvote it as much as possible.
3 days ago
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Amazing guys! Keep sharing those stories.
2 days ago
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nihilism2day
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I know 0 credible use-cases for blockchain technology in the traditional markets. Those that pose themselves as "blockchain solutions for supply-chains blah-blah-blah" are just hype-train riders that are either stupid or lying because it has nothing to do with decentralization of power, openness, transparency and trust, it's just replicated databases that make little sense to me. The real breakthroughs will come when more people grow up and start taking more responsibility, which is not happening soon. But I believe we're getting there, the masses are already "waking up" after being screwed so many times, it's a first solid step. Our goal as U°OS team is to provide the tools to help that adoption happen, to make it so that everybody's grandma understands why this whole thing is important and is able to use those tools without special knowledge. Essentially we're the ones creating Windows 1.0 in the era of DOS and touchscreens in the era of flipping cellphones.
11 days ago
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nihilism2day
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And by the way the word "infancy" is very right from the social and psychological perspective here :)
11 days ago
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@heatherg1111 @nihilism2day Interesting discussion here. Love it! In its simplest form, blockchain is a new type of ledger that is maintained by a network of parties instead of one central server. It's a fact that databases have been given a fundamental role in our ever-expanding digital society: it is the basis for all business and planning processes and customer contacts. That is also the challenge: every company has his own ledger that isn't linked with processes outside the organization. In current ecosystems of processes between different stakeholders, there is mutual and manual coordination. This takes time, money and is error-prone. It is not without reason that the port of Rotterdam has started a number of blockchain initiatives that give many parties at the same time insight into the status of goods and associated payment conditions. Nowadays, many parties are involved in a container ride from China to Rotterdam. Organizations that all perform their logistical actions separately from each other. Thanks to blockchain, agreements can be digitally recorded in advance and the status of container shipments can be kept up to date with automatic payment transactions. To me, this is more than just replicating databases. It’s a blockchain solution that ensures trust, transparency and efficiency throughout the entire chain. What I fully agree with is that many are not yet ready to take more responsibility for their own data, etc. We have become addicted to user-frienliness, to technology that's available free of charge. We still don't ask a lot of questions about the technology we use. Slowly but surely we became a customer instead of a user. So yes, infancy is the correct term here.
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