2021.12.01 18:15 AcrobaticBird72 WHO DOES PLUTOS NETWORK ROLL WITH?
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2021.12.01 18:15 chaoticjewel O Paulo Rangel e o Ryan Reynolds são a mesma pessoa.
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2021.12.01 18:15 USMAGA__Texas This is the reason for DWAC pop today!
2021.12.01 18:15 Candy_And_Depression Does the ice rink at ppg have walkers for adults to make it easier to skate?
So, I haven't been ice skating since I was about 5 years old. I just moved to the area and my fiance and I will be downtown this Friday and I would like to go ice skating.
I'm down to try without a walker, but my fiance really does not want to try it unless there is one.
When I was a kid the ice rink I went to had walkers for kids and I believe adults as well, so does anyone know if this one will have any available?
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2021.12.01 18:15 tiltedvolibear Losing a 4-1 surrender vote just before hitting lv16
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2021.12.01 18:15 Hazardous_Apple Clips I've Mashed Together 8
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2021.12.01 18:15 tacko2020 "With Damian Lillard sitting out for the next 10 days, Boston will now miss both him and LeBron James on its 5-game West Coast swing that starts Friday in Utah. In what’s going to be a very difficult month, those are two games Boston could really, really use."
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2021.12.01 18:15 iamcrazeee Beginning to un-hoard my life
Hi I live in a 16x 80 traile mobile (not So much) home. I have been “away” 4 months and to come back and see the extent of my hoarding appalls me. My father died over a year ago after a horrible to see battle with cancer. I began filling this hole in my heart with belongings. I am now in over my head with stuff. I’m having trouble because I have a narrow passage through my house with stuff on either side. Using boxed would effectively block my exit or way to the bathroom. Any help or advice is welcome.
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2021.12.01 18:15 hollman1988 Shared stash issues
I’m sure this must have come up before but is there a fix for the items in the stash just disappearing? I just lost a full stash of Pgems and a handful of runes and a few set items. They came from varies shared stash tabs but I have logged in and poof! I first thought I was going insane and imagining that I kept finding Thul runes but then I had none when I went to deposit them? I am playing offline PS4. Any advice welcome.
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2021.12.01 18:15 eboy3000 Streaming Dark Souls II and all other souls games to prep for ER 🏳️🌈 come say hi
Hey fellow accursed, I am streaming all the souls games daily until ER releases
Tonight I am playing Dark Souls II (so far this one is kicking my ass)
Come say hi on twitch 😊
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2021.12.01 18:15 mycamerathruthefence I'm sure Tim got like $0.08 from this
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2021.12.01 18:15 BDawgJackson Lights
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2021.12.01 18:15 Banefulgod New Realm “Couples Retreat” Bedrock XB1
Hello, my wife and I have started a new realm called “Couples Retreat” for older married couples (age 25+) that BOTH love to play Minecraft. Trying to give place to come chill after a long day of work, or to escape reality. The realm is set to Easy for a more relaxed, fun time to enjoy. We are now accepting couples for this. Requirements are the following: BOTH people need to be active on the realm (3 days or more a week). Inactive couples will be let go. Both must have access to Xbox live voice chat parties if requested. Keyboard preferred for in game text chat. No stealing, no griefing, no cheating/hacking or instant ban. Hope we can meet new people and make new friends. Private message me if you and your significant other are interested.
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2021.12.01 18:15 Solfaroiy Brand New Shiryo - Inu - DAPP based game & NFT’s in development! - Liquidity Lock - Launching Now on BSC
Welcome to Shiryo - Inu
Shiryo - Inu launching now on Ethereum and it seems that play to earn game tokens are still one of the best niches to buy in DeFi! The roadmap details a fully functional trading card based game which will allow for the earning of the native token through different incentives including weekly competitions!
Contract Address: 0x0e675f042b4C4053062e94ff4738e233D846A31b
The team recently released concepts for the trading cards on their Telegram group and their design team has done an amazing job, this is a gem in the making and it is still incredibly early if you get in now. Having only been life for less than 24 hours the token is sitting at just above a $1M market cap which is incredibly low for a play to earn game, the team is really active on Telegram and the holders seem to be diamond handed after seeing the potential in this project!
Everything about this project has been super clean so far, the chart looks good and the website and concepts released so far have been on point.
The whitepaper is to be released today alongside more mockups of the concept for the game, the marketing has been on point with calls from all the biggest names on Telegram and Twitter. The developer even just hired a social media specific marketing agency to help get even more eyes on the project, Shiryo-Inu is about to become synonymous with the likes of Floki and Mononoke - Inu, don’t sleep on this one!
Contract Address: 0x0e675f042b4C4053062e94ff4738e233D846A31b
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2021.12.01 18:15 AstronomyIsNotPotato (Apartment Exteriors) You can get a nice sky-reflecting glassy look on your high rises by double layering your exteriors with white glass on the inside and light blue glass on the outside! You can also match other glass types to get other interesting effects. It also adds some nice depth.
2021.12.01 18:15 Shedinn Arming sword
2021.12.01 18:15 sweeeeetsue I’m getting more and more resentful
2021.12.01 18:15 xite2020 Not so StAbLe… btc dipped and it followed…
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2021.12.01 18:15 brocode103 Same energy
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2021.12.01 18:15 lss_bvt_and_05 LssTest-TextPost-18582
2021.12.01 18:15 humbleElitist_ Could there by a use for "nondeterministic" operations determined by block producer?
Suppose for the context some blockchain or something in many ways like a blockchain which has a smart contract instruction set (at least analogous to EVM instruction set, or Bitcoin opcodes I suppose).
Now, aiui, there are already things even in Bitcoin such that what exactly a transaction does depends on the settings of the miner who mines the block. (I haven't checked whether on Bitcoin one can use this to do things other than just "send some amount of coins to whatever address the block producer lists as their address" but, this does at least have some dependency on what the block producer chose.).
But, my question is whether it could potentially be useful to have instructions which expand this influence substantially (when requested by the code being executed as part of the transaction).
That is, (now, again thinking more on the "EVM instructions used in a smart contract" side of the scale than the "Bitcoin opcodes" side of the scale), suppose there was an instruction which would request some number of bytes from the mining software, perhaps with a hint for what kind of source these bytes should be from, which the mining software would insert. These bytes provided by the miner would be included in the block so that others validating the blocks could check that the transaction was executed in a valid way, but there would be no technical restriction on what bytes the miner can provide.
For example, the smart contract could request untrusted-random bytes from the miner. These would not be trustworthy, because if the miner benefited from manipulating them, well, they can choose them to be whatever they want. But, if the benefit of the randomness is just for efficiency of execution, and having no bearing as to the part of the result which is the point of the smart contract, then if the smart contract+transaction was set up such that the miner was no worse off by providing random bytes than if they manipulated the bytes provided to make the contract run inefficiently, then perhaps miners could be expected to set their mining software to provide random bytes in these cases?
Or, instead, suppose the miner is likely to have access to some information which the smart contract can cheaply verify, but which cannot be cheaply computed by the smart contract, and which requires information that the person sending the transaction does not have at the time that they send the transaction (but which the miner of a block including the transaction would be likely to know. Or, alternatively, which their mining software would be likely to know.) Then, the smart contract could request the bytes, check if the bytes provided satisfy the condition, and if so, reward the miner, and if not, abort and quit early (to avoid additional gas fees).
(which type of request is being made could be determined by an additional hint parameter, even though from the perspective of validating a block these two things would be equivalent)
(I was originally thinking of such an operation in the context of many interlinked permission-ed chains, each with a single block producer, but where there are links between the different chains where each chain has associated with it a smart contract on a number of the other chains which holds some collateral which, if presented with proof that the one chain has acted invalidly, gives a payout to make whole the person presenting the proof, but, I thought the concept might also be applicable more broadly, and actually, probably more applicable more generally than in the case I was originally thinking of. Note that I'm not claiming that the security of the original thing I was thinking of works out. I'm quite unsure of that. This post isn't meant to advocate for that idea.)
So, my question: Do you have any arguments for why this would "(almost) never be a good instruction to support" ? Do you see any good use-cases that stand out to you?
I suppose that if one wants some random bytes and is not concerned whether they can be manipulated by an adversary, then just using the hash of the previous block could suffice for that. But, also, if a smart contract set things up such that choosing the "random" bytes maliciously was never beneficial to the miner, then perhaps the first case could be used in situations where "random" bytes would suffice, but where a benevolent choice of bytes would be even better for both the author of the contract and the miner, and so, miner software could use random values for it (or just previous block hash), but such that if the miner software could easily enough analyze which values would be even better than random, use that?
In that case, the hint for which type of non-determinism is requested, could serve as a hint to mining software of either "just giving me a random value is sufficient here (though I'd appreciate a carefully chosen value~)" or "unless you give me a carefully chosen value that actually works for me, including this transaction won't give you nearly as much miner reward, so unless you are going to do that, it is in your best interest to not include this transaction".
Hm, so, I know there are instructions for "actually, revert all the changes that this transaction made (including any calls to other contracts it may have made), except for gas fees".
But, if there was an instruction that meant "if this instruction is executed as part of a transaction, then that transaction cannot be included in a valid block", well... I suppose that miners likely would choose not to even consider including transactions which involve a contract that have such a instruction. But if there were such an instruction, and some mining software could easily check whether certain transactions would with high confidence not hit that instruction, perhaps it could still be worth checking in those cases? But perhaps it could allow an attack where miners are spammed with potential transactions that they would have to take the time to check if the transactions involve a contract with such an instruction anywhere in it in order to reject it, and this would be too costly even to do that extra check, even without trying to check if the transaction would actually hit the instruction.
Oh, another issue is if like, one contract does a computation to determine what other contract to call, and the other contract potentially calls a contract which includes this instruction. That would be rather exploitable. That's no good. I suppose this could be handled by saying that if a contract calls another contract which includes this instruction, then the transaction immediately ends but with all the gas costs so far still being paid. (or, alternatively, the miner can choose whether to do that, or to continue. But I'd imagine most would do that and not continue, unless there was a big reward.) That way, miners would only have to check if the first contract to be called contains the instruction in order to decide whether they want to consider attempting the transaction.
The small connection between these two ideas is that like, if you had both, then in the second type of non-determinism, that way you could have a contract that basically says "query an oracle(the miner) for bytes that satisfy these criteria. If the results do not match the criteria, then they never happened, and not even gas fees are paid." . And, that seems like it could be useful.
Of course, one could always set things up so that in one transaction, you set the criteria and provide payment for a reward, and then another transaction (likely by someone else) can provide the required information, and then receives the provided reward, and the computation continues. But this way of doing it would span multiple blocks, so, e.g. this couldn't be done inside a flash loan, or other things that need to be done within a single transaction.
Sorry this was kind of stream of consciousness and disjointed.
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2021.12.01 18:15 noluoburda Adam 2000 yıl önceki Roma imparatoruna düşman 🤠
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2021.12.01 18:15 Shonenink Different dimensions, higher frequencies, transcendent beings.
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2021.12.01 18:15 smartidi0t Guest Cleaner Ideas
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2021.12.01 18:15 iliketodaydream Those who do 4 A Levels and EPQ, how do you manage your time???