@heatherg1111
HeatherG
Helping people be better professionals
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Created 6 Feb 2019
About

I am currently based in Houston, TX, but I have lived or worked in many US states + 9 countries (last time I counted). I started my career in 100% commission sales, moved into IT for 20+ years, am a Master Black Belt and Lean Startup practitioner. I also teach classes in organizing, lean startup, and creative endeavors (ranging from greeting cards to personalized journals to miniature settings).

Anastasia
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Welcome back, Heather!
22 days ago
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nastynjka
57,988°
If you have any suggestions on what the team should do, do not hesitate to say it out loud!
10 days ago
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Will Bitcoin ever be mainstream money? Comment here: https://u.community/posts/4559
nastynjka
57,988°
Have a great time at the conference! By the way, what is the conference about? :)
a month ago
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Ake° Gaviar
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Good question, Heather. Our head of ux/ui should be glad to give you a detailed answer @yopuryopuryo
2 months ago
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K👅°
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It's all about format: — for articles and long reads, we have publication format in which you can concentrate on a text. — for notes/annoncements and other things, we have posts which you can scroll from one to another in a quick way. So basically that's it :)
a month ago
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In my view there are three things that blockchain can do: protecting data, transferring assets and imposing rules (via smart contracts). Blockchain allows us to arrange the above matters without a trusted authority. What can blockchain not do? In the event that data is registered in the blockchain, the blockchain network can not verify the correctness of this data, unless all data for that verification is already on the blockchain. A blockchain network can thus verify whether a Bitcoin transaction is valid, but does not know whether your marriage contract or a diploma registered on the blockchain is actually correct, valid or true. Suppose a smart contract automatically pays you an amount if your flight is delayed, then information about the flights must be provided to the smart contract. The smart contract cannot verify whether the supplied information is correct. Incorrect input thus results in erroneous output. A blockchain is not necessarily a source of truth, as it is sometimes, somewhat religiously, expressed. Of course, the same information can also be supplied by various parties. As more parties say the same independently, we have a higher degree of confidence in the correctness of the information. So that could be a sort of "strong enough signal". But the collective validation of external supplied information has actually nothing to do with blockchain.
2 months ago
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HeatherG
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Thanks to you both - that was a most helpful explanation, @alluncovered .
2 months ago
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nastynjka
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Very useful publication, thanks for sharing!
a month ago
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nastynjka
57,988°
The main thing I understand that Globalists/Globalism are not the same as Globalisation! I believe that globalism is referred to the "perfect place", where the government is single to the entire world, where borders do not exist and all nations are ultimately dissolved. But this is what I understand under this term. :)
a month ago
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I'm not sure you can. I haven't come across it. x
2 months ago
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K👅°
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Not yet — make decentralised but private messaging is kind of challenging. We are seeking for variants
2 months ago
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I was wondering about that. It seems unavailable on this U platform Heather.
2 months ago
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