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Lindacoin is a decentralized, fast, anonymous and secure cryptocurrency. Earlier when the project was launched it was a hybrid PoW / PoS coin. The max supply of the coin was 50 Billion and it was using Scrypt as a Proof of Work algorithm which was only ASIC mineable. But later Lindacoin reduced the maximum coin supply to 30 Billion and also completely transitioned to Proof of Stake. Now it is a peer to peer Proof of Stake cryptocurrency featuring masternodes. The current market cap of this coin is over 5 million USD and has a daily trade volume close to 100k USD which is decent for a low cap altcoin. Alright! But what is this project all about
Lindacoin is a project that works towards solving crucial problems with the cryptocurrency community. One of the biggest problem is adoption and using crypto in our day to day lives. Linda project tries to solve this by creating utility products that allows Linda coin to be used in everyday scenarios. It also offers partnership opportunities to other projects to use Linda platform. Ultimately Linda coin tries to improve the overall wallet experience and simplify the process of staking & masternodes.
My Staking Wallet is a product by Lindacoin which was launched on June 2018. It is a multi-currency wallet that is available as a web wallet and is also available for android and IOS mobile users. My Staking wallet is a simple application that provides enormous features. It has high level of security and also supports multiple cryptocurrencies. Since this wallet is focused on simplifying masternodes and staking it only supports those coins that which utilizes PoS and masternodes technology. Following are the list of coins that this wallet currently supports.
One of the biggest feature Lindacoin incorporates is masternodes technology which Dash invented originally. Using the power of masternodes Lindacoin brings in so many additional features to its network. Some of the main features of Lindacoin includes:
In addition to the above some of the other features of Lindacoin are multi-wallet support and encrypted messaging system. Also since it operates masternodes; features like governance, treasury system might be introduced to the Linda blockchain in the future.
Since most of the Lindacoin features are powered by masternodes the reward that masternode operators earn is also higher. To operate a masternode you need to hold 2 Million Linda coins. We know its high. The reason why the collateral amount is too high is because the Linda developers wants to make sure that no one abuses the network by setting huge amounts of masternodes.
At the time of writing this article the price of Lindacoin is 8 Satoshis. It is available for trade at the following exchanges. IDAX, Yobit, Coin Exchange, Graviex, C-CEX, BTC-ALPHA, Simple Swap, Bitflip and Nanex. However among this list IDAX seems to have the most volume. Now before you buy Linda here are few thoughts about this project.
Also be aware that the developers of this coin had a premine of 10% of total supply. It is actually 5 Billion LINDA coins when the original max supply was capped at 50 Billion coins. When asked the development team stated that the 5 Billion coins was premined by the previous team and they do not have access to the premined coins anymore.
Whatever! One thing what we noticed about this project is that the developers are active and the community is super supportive. If you got any questions or issues in setting up masternodes then seek community help. They will get you sorted immediately. Also Linda has partnered with several big coins and also teamed up with crypto payment network called swirl pay. Could this be a huge potential
Cornell's coin collection is one of the best-kept secrets on campus, but if archaeologist Annetta Alexandridis has her way, the world will soon have access to every one of its 1,500 coins. Thanks to the Grants Program for Digital Collections in Arts and Sciences, the coin collection will soon be digitized and its catalog posted online.
\"Students love it when they can touch the coins, but that only works in a small class. In a larger class we use images, and it's definitely more thrilling for the students if an image is of a coin from our own collection,\" says Alexandridis, history of art assistant professor.
The Cornell coin collection ranks among the major university coin collections and covers the most important epochs of coin making in antiquity, from lumps of metal marked with a seal to beautifully crafted Byzantine gold stamped with royal faces. The collection boasts one of the first true coins, from 6th century B.C. Lydia -- it is shaped like a little bean, but made of gold.
\"You can tell the history of Greek culture and the Roman Empire through these coins,\" says Alexandridis. She notes that many of the coins can also be viewed as artworks because the details are so finely wrought.
The initial cataloging of the collection was done by Peter Kuniholm, professor emeritus, history of art and archaeology, and Andrew Ramage, professor emeritus, history of art, with student assistance. Each coin needs to be remeasured, reweighed and compared with the initial classification to ensure catalog accuracy.
According to Rhea Garen, library digital photo specialist, Cornell's Digital Consulting and Production Services will generate high-quality digital images of each coin by placing them directly on a flatbed scanner with adjustable focus. A rule will be included in each image to indicate size.
The ability to enlarge these images will enable Wilke to correct catalog errors easily. For example, with enlargement the image on a coin originally catalogued as a sphinx might be revealed to be a lion.
Metadata librarian Jason Kovari notes that digitization will be the quickest part of the process; he estimates the total project could easily take two years. About 300 of the coins have never been cataloged, so Wilke will have to identify each of them. \"It's quite an undertaking,\" says Alexandridis. The images will be published online as they are completed.
\"This project will help people realize how important this collection is, for every field, science and humanities,\" says Alexandridis. \"Understanding is a physical process, and students need to have access to all sorts of objects, whether plow or coin or manuscript, as A.D. White understood so well.\"
Digitizing the coins is another step toward creating a virtual museum containing all the university's collections, including its plaster casts, potsherds, lantern slides and bronzes, says Alexandridis. \"These artifacts should be displayed. My vision is that this virtual museum will be such a success, it will lead to a new university museum.\"
It all begins with a strange coin on a sun-warmed sidewalk. Jane finds the coin, and because she and her siblings are having the worst, most dreadfully boring summer ever, she idly wishes something exciting would happen. And something does: Her wish is granted. Or not quite. Only half of her wish comes true.
Mohammad later purchased and advertised on the internet a network of Bitcoin ATM-type kiosks, which were located in malls, gas stations and convenience stores in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties. These kiosks allowed customers to use cash to buy Bitcoin, an Internet-based cryptocurrency, or sell Bitcoin in exchange for cash that is dispensed onsite.
During the course of its investigation, law enforcement conducted multiple transactions with Mohammad, including three successive purchases of Bitcoin totaling $14,500 by the same undercover agent from an ATM kiosk in Lakewood on September 12, 2018, for which Mohammad did not file a currency transaction report as required.
Mohammad is expected to plead guilty to the charges at a hearing in the coming weeks. Upon pleading guilty, Mohammad will face a statutory maximum sentence of 30 years in federal prison. As part of the plea agreement, Mohammad has agreed to forfeit cash, cryptocurrency, and 17 Bitcoin ATMs that he operated as part of his business.
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Reviewed by: The Center of Everything by Linda Urban Deborah Stevenson Urban, Linda . The Center of Everything. Harcourt, 2013. [208p]. ISBN 978-0-547-76348-4 $15.99 Reviewed from galleys R* Gr. 4-6. Solid, reliable, middle-of-the-pack girl Ruby has a secret guilt: when her beloved grandmother, Gigi, lay dying and frantically besought Ruby to \"listen,\" an alarmed Ruby backed away, fleeing the scene. Desperately looking for a do-over to hear Gigi's words, Ruby believes that fate is telling her that she will have just such a chance: on her twelfth birthday, she successfully flicked a penny through the hole in the bronze doughnut held by her town's statue of Captain Bunning (a maneuver that traditionally grants the coin-tosser a wish), and now she's won the Bunning Day essay contest that means that at the town's annual ceremonies all ears will be on her. Will that be the moment she can finally hear what Gigi wanted her to know Urban does a sci-fi level of world-building here, creating a diverse and colorful small New England town (reminiscent of the Gilmore Girls' Stars Hollow) that's focused on the legend of the founding father's invention of the doughnut hole and has a panoply of plausible rituals built on it. She also compactly, gently addresses some common aspects of grief: the isolation (Ruby feels like everyone but her has gotten over Gigi's death), the regrets, the bargaining, and the epistemological questions about meaning. One of Ruby's main tasks is to let go of her belief in an ordered universe where events operate as signs and feel her way into a more random and unpredictable existence (\"What if there is no such thing as 'supposed to'\"). With its compact trim size and easygoing style, this is a terrific first step up for kids who are just beginning to explore more complicated novels as well as an intriguing read for those who've explored the implications of coincidence in Stead's When You Reach Me (BCCB 9/09). [End Page 396] 59ce067264