Right now, though, it’s the weekend and that’s never an awkward time.1 And, now that we’ve grown and matured and learned whatever life lessons we encountered, we can […] Welcome to the Wakefield Doctrine (the theory of clarks, scotts and rogers) Six sentences is all it takes (and all that are desired) in zoe’s weekly writing jamboree, the Six Sentence Story.This week’s prompt word: STAR “The world really sucks,” 11-year-old Alan stood at the opening in the plywood-and-scrap-lumber tree fort, sincerity still a […] Welcome to the Wakefield Doctrine (the theory of clarks, scotts and rogers) There is a post (or two) somewhere in the archives that look at the ‘Days of the Week’ from the perspective of the Wakefield Doctrine and seek to identify the days that are ‘good days’ for people of each of the three personality […] Welcome to the Wakefield Doctrine (the theory of clarks, scotts and rogers) ‘Unlike Time, a dog always waits …’ Landscape orientation The scene depicts two things: a) the endless struggle and temporary balance between opposites in Nature and 2) the innate serenity of dogs First, the struggle (because this is being written by a native […] Welcome to the Wakefield Doctrine (the theory of clarks, scotts and rogers) We are participating in Kristi‘s bloghop, Finish the Sentence Friday.Get enough people involved, and then, when the pile of virtual money is big enough... Well, for one thing, it's because the idea of a "distributed ledger" isn't new at all. for sharing this article): How blockchain technology has medieval roots Now, what's interesting about this article is that it manages to point out all sorts of examples of mediaeval analogue versions of blackchain, without once mentioning that the biggest user (and abuser) of the whole idea of "tokens" as representations of objects was precisely the Templar order.It's mediaeval; think "Templars" here folks (and thanks to Mr. And I find this omission of mention of the order in an article not only to be intensely "curious," but perhaps deliberate, and it's that "possibly deliberate" and curious omission that forms the heart of my high octane speculation today. But first, exactly how was the Templar order using a crude analogue form of blockchain and distributed ledgers?And it's when that happens that the opportunities for fraud multiply like rabbits.We're not at the end of the story, however, because, of course, the Templars were allied to Venice (which I suspect is the hidden story behind the real origins of double-entry accounting, usually credited to the Venetians), the master bullion manipulators of the Middle Ages (and yes, I strongly suspect that alliance is not coincidental and I argued this case in ).And besides, this was etherium, bitcoin is a lot safer. Meet the Man Who Will Hack Your Long-Lost Bitcoin Wallet for Money Of course, "Dave Bitcoin" is providing a service to bitcoin customers who've lost their passwords.But one can imagine a nice big shiny bank hiring its own version of such a service.
One might was well put a sign on the closet that reads "free money here.
The Ethereum cryptocurrency has been lost after a series of bugs in a popular digital wallet service led one curious developer accidentally taking control of and then locking up the funds, according to reports.
The user, “devops199”, triggered the flaw completely accidentally.
All welcome."Well, it was bound to happen sooner or later, and it finally did, according to this story shared by Mr. E.:0 Million In Crypto Currency Lost FOREVER Thanks To A Bug In A Digital Wallet Now, get this: this lost 0 million occurred by accident:0 million worth of the cryptocurrency Ethereum has been almost definitely lost forever.
The losing of the currency was accidental and due to a bug in a digital wallet.“This means that currently no funds can be moved out of the multi-sig wallets,” Parity says in a security advisory.