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Kyle Drake to Present “Building a Real-time geolocation game with Geoloqi using Node.JS” @ #NodePDX - Geoloqi Blog. Geoloqi Developer Kyle Drake will be presenting how he and the team at Geoloqi built a real-time geolocation game with Node.js and the Geoloqi API & Services.

Kyle Drake to Present “Building a Real-time geolocation game with Geoloqi using Node.JS” @ #NodePDX - Geoloqi Blog

A quick description of Kyle’s presentation: There are very powerful things you can do with Node.JS, particularly with projects needing a lot of I/O operations. At Geoloqi, we have used Node.JS and Socket.IO to build a JavaScript client that allows our developers to map real-time tracking on a browser with almost no code needed. Our first project using this is MapAttack! , a truly real-time location-based geofencing game.Hear about how we made the game, how we made it real-time, where we’re going, and where Node.JS is going to have a role in it.

Kyle Drake is a many-hats web developer and entrepreneur that speaks multiple languages, and has worked with numerous startups to build their infrastructure. Kyle drake bitcoin. The Bitcoin bubble. 11 April 2013Last updated at 08:01 ET Yesterday afternoon I looked at my mobile phone and found that I had $121 (£79) in it.

The Bitcoin bubble

A couple of hours later though, I only had $79 (£51). But by this morning my phone told me I had $93 (£60) to spend. Actually, what I had was 0.53 in Bitcoin, the virtual currency whose wild gyrations over the last 24 hours have raised questions about its long-term viability. I got my Bitcoin a couple of weeks ago, because I was making a radio piece about the currency. The whole cumbersome process of getting and spending the currency invented in 2009 by a mysterious Japanese (or possibly American) man called Satashi Nakamoto convinced me of one thing - that Bitcoin was not yet much use except as a means of speculation.

The only reason to get hold of Bitcoins right now is because you think they might be worth a lot more in a few hours or days. Bitcoin. Bitcoins are created as a reward in a competition in which users offer their computing power to verify and record bitcoin transactions into the blockchain.

Bitcoin

This activity is referred to as mining and successful miners are rewarded with transaction fees and newly created bitcoins.[14]:5–7 Besides being obtained by mining, bitcoins can be exchanged for other currencies,[21] products, and services.[22] When sending bitcoins, users can pay an optional transaction fee to the miners.[23] This may expedite the transaction being confirmed. According to a research produced by Cambridge University in 2017, there are between 2.9 million and 5.8 million unique users actively using a cryptocurrency wallet, most of them using bitcoin. The number of active users has grown significantly since 2013 (there were 0.3 to 1.3 million unique users at the time).[28] Etymology and orthography. Bitcoin: The Cyberpunk Cryptocurrency. Forget piracy, U.S. government is going after Bitcoin. Not satisfied with eliminating digital piracy from the world, two U.S. senators want to crack down on Bitcoin, an open-source digital currency.

Forget piracy, U.S. government is going after Bitcoin

Senators Charles Schumer and Joe Manchin are pressing officials to take action against Bitcoin, which Gawker recently claimed is being used on underground black markets to purchase illegal drugs. The senators expressed their concerns in a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder and Drug Enforcement Administration chief Michele Leonhart, Reuters reports.

Unlike other currencies, Bitcoin uses a peer-to-peer technology to manage transactions and validate payments. Since no bank is involved, purchases don’t leave a paper trail for law enforcement agencies to track criminal activity. “The only method of payment for these illegal purchases is an untraceable peer-to-peer currency known as Bitcoins. The senators neglected to mention the much larger negative implications of Bitcoin usage in the letter. Cryptocurrency. Definition A crypto currencies describes an alternative to a traditional currency.

Cryptocurrency

Jon Matonis writes about alternative currencies for Forbes Magazine on his block The Monetary Future.[1] "Matonis argues that what is about to happen in the world of money is nothing less than the birth of a new Knowledge Age industry: the development, issuance, and management of private currencies. " --Seth Godin in Presenting Digital Cash, 1995. In his talk, Bitcoin, the Cyberpunk Cryptocurrency: historical relevance and future ambitions[2], Kyle Drake points out that Bitcoin is touted for its many improvements to traditional currency.

But beyond the practical niceties and technical implementation details is the true intention of its pseudonymous inventor, Satoshi Nakamoto, who has now vanished and is unwilling to tell his story. Beginners Guide to Mining Bitcoins. THIS PAGE HAS BEEN UPDATED: Please visit this post for the latest information.

Beginners Guide to Mining Bitcoins

One of the biggest problems I ran into when I was looking to start mining Bitcoin for investment and profit was most of the sites were written for the advanced user. I am not a professional coder, I have no experience with Ubuntu, Linux and minimal experience with Mac. So, this is for the individual or group that wants to get started the easy way.