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+ - 1 Slashdot: Jim Blasko Explains BitCoin Spinoff 'Unbreakable Coin' (Video 1 of 2)

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Las Vegas seems an appropriate place for cryptocurrency businesses to emerge, both because the coins themselves are so volatile that some gambling instinct may be required, and because Vegas is a high-tech outpost with lower taxes and lower rents than many other West Coast hot-spots, well-suited to risky startups with ambition but without huge venture backing.Jim Blasko moved there to work on low-voltage engineering for Penn & Teller, and is a qualified Crestron programmer, too (useful in a town that looks from the air like one giant light-show), but has shifted to a quite different endeavor, or rather a complex of them — all related to cryptocurrency. I ran into Blasko during this month's CES, at a forum with several other cryptocoin startups, and the next day we met to talk about just how hard (or easy) it is to get into this world as an entrepreneur. Blasko has some advice for anyone who'd like to try minting a new cryptocurrency. Making your own coin, he says, is the easy part: anyone can clone code from an existing entrant, like Bitcoin, and rename the result — and that's exactly what he did. The hard work is what comes after: making worthwhile changes, building trust, and making it tradeable. Blasko's done the legwork to get his own currency, which he's bravely called "Unbreakable Coin," listed on exchanges like Cryptsy, and is working on his own auction site as well. He's also got an interesting idea for cryptocoin trading cards, and had a few prototypes on hand. (Part 1 is below; Part 2 to follow.) Alternate Video Link

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+ - -50 コメント: Re:任天堂の倒し方 (スコア 1) 29

by Anonymous Coward (#2747255) ネタ元: クラブニンテンドー、サービス終了へ





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+ - -50 コメント: 権力性善説が復活しつつある。 (スコア 0) 73


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+ - 1 Slashdot: Is D an Underrated Programming Language?

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Nerval's Lobster writes: While some programming languages achieved early success only to fall by the wayside (e.g., Delphi), one language that has quietly gained popularity is D, which now ranks 35 in the most recent Tiobe Index. Inspired by C++, D is a general-purpose systems and applications language that's similar to C and C++ in its syntax; it supports procedural, object-oriented, metaprogramming, concurrent and functional programming. D's syntax is simpler and more readable than C++, mainly because D creator Walter Bright developed several C and C++ compilers and is familiar with the subtleties of both languages. D's advocates argue that the language is well thought-out, avoiding many of the complexities encountered with modern C++ programming. So shouldn't it be more popular? The languages with the biggest gains this time around include JavaScript, PL/SQL, Perl, VB, and COBOL. (Yes, COBOL.) The biggest drops belonged to the six most popular languages: Objective-C, C, Java, C++, PHP, and C#.

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+ - -50 コメント: Re:大学っていうと 、中の人はすごい知識を持っていそうだけど (スコア 0) 92



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+ - -50 KuroButaのコメント: なんかめちゃくちゃ (スコア 1) 3

>私はWindows NTを使いたければLinuxではなくてWindows NTを使う。




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+ - -50 コメント: もしかして海外も見据えた動きなんだろうか? (スコア 0) 55

by Anonymous Coward (#2747250) ネタ元: 日産自動車が軽自動車の自社生産へ


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+ - 1 Slashdot: Steam Broadcasting Now Open To Everyone

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jones_supa writes: The beta test phase of Steam Broadcasting feature has been completed. It is now available to everyone by updating the client to the newest version. The feature allows users to watch and stream games to and from users on your friends list. Right-clicking the name of a friend who is in-game offers the option to "Watch Game." This will send a request which needs to be accepted by the player so that the spectator can hop in. A chat is also included. Steam Broadcasting was first announced late last year as an alternative to third-party streaming services like Twitch, Ustream and Hitbox.

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+ - -50 コメント: Re:なんだかよく分からないが、良くないものだろう (スコア 0) 69


# その人達が他人を馬鹿にするような人ではなかったというのにも同意.そういう人達ですらそんなことしなかったのに,そうでない人間がそんなことしていいわけねえべ,ということね. あと,フォン・ノイマンはだいぶいたずら好き(and 女好き)で周囲はちょっと困ったこともあったらしい.

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+ - -50 コメント: Re:電源供給が残念 (スコア 0) 111

by Anonymous Coward (#2747248) ネタ元: 小型で低価格ながら実用的な「新世代ネットブック」




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+ - 1 Slashdot: The Most Popular Passwords Are Still "123456" and "password"

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BarbaraHudson writes: The Independent lists the most popular passwords for 2014, and once again, "123456" tops the list, followed by "password" and "12345" at #3 (lots of Spaceballs fans out there?) . "qwerty" still makes the list, but there are some new entries in the top 25, including "superman", "batman", and "696969". The passwords used were mostly from North American and Western European leaks.

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+ - 1 Slashdot: Google Thinks the Insurance Industry May Be Ripe For Disruption

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HughPickens.com writes: The insurance industry is a fat target — there's were about $481 billion in premiums in 2013, and agents' commissions of about $50 billion. Now Conor Dougherty writes in the NYT that the boring but lucrative trade has been attracting big names like Google, which has formed a partnership with Comparenow, an American auto insurance comparison site that will give Google access to insurers in Comparenow's network. "A lot of people are waking up to the fact that it's a massive industry, it's old-fashioned, they still use human agents and the commissions are pretty big," says Jennifer Fitzgerald. It may seem like an odd match for Google, whose projects include driverless cars, delivery drones and a pill to detect cancer, but the key to insurance is having lots of data about people's backgrounds and habits, which is perhaps the company's greatest strength. "They have a ton of data on where people drive, how people drive," says Jon McNeill. "It's the holy grail of being able to price auto insurance correctly." People in the industry and Silicon Valley say it is only a matter of time before online agencies attack the armies of intermediaries that are the backbone of the trade, and Google could present formidable competition for other insurance sellers. As many as two-thirds of insurance customers say they would consider purchasing insurance products from organizations other than insurers, including 23 percent who would consider buying from online service providers such as Google and Amazon. Google Compare auto insurance site has already been operating in Britain for two years as a search engine for auto insurance prices.

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+ - -50 matsu03のコメント: Re:ファイヤウオール (スコア 1) 92


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+ - -50 コメント: Re:この記事を思い出したのですが (スコア 0) 25

by Anonymous Coward (#2747246) ネタ元: 人間の言語は石器を作るために進化した?



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