Richard only communicates in person. He doesn't use twitter, telegram, social media, email, msgs, youtube, newspapers, magazines, mail, tv, or radio. Humble❤️🙏
Mar 9 • 6 tweets • 1 min read
There's something weird going on in the world right now. The old way was that the rich people and companies made the laws. But now there's talk of doubling their taxes and restricting peoples movement to 15 minutes from their home. That causes huge harm to auto industry, and more
So who are these new overlords? Who wants to limit peoples movement and breeding potential? Who would profit from many companies losing lots of money from these restrictions? Different companies? A shadow government with what goal? A green earth free of concrete, humans and art?
Mar 7 • 8 tweets • 3 min read
PluseChain.com update. Erion released a bugfix, yay. Pulse-erigon is still syncing using the latest version (with fix) so it won't run into that bug. Execution stage is on Dec 18, so only "79 days 17 hrs" of blocks to execute before stage 8.
Restarting Prysm, Lighthouse seems to be hit and miss with regards to peering. They will sometimes start up and quickly peer & sync, but other times they fail to establish connections with peers (failing handshake) or get rejected (goodbye message with fault as the reason).
Mar 7 • 7 tweets • 2 min read
How many of you failed the test with the gangland slaying?
Love this part at 8:55 Anything you say can be used against you, but it can't be used for you.
Mar 6 • 7 tweets • 2 min read
Being an #ethereum validator goes like this. View the logs. See it's popping some weird error. Google the error. Run a command that clears some db stuff, or rollback the chain to before the error and it usually fixes.
If you shut down the validators without a long wait, like -t 600 for luck, then you'll get an unclean shut down, and probably 1/3 of the time it will break something. So basically if you don't have a backup power supply, have other hardware issues, you're gonna have a bad time.
Mar 6 • 10 tweets • 3 min read
PulseChain.com news. DEVS: News from 13 hours ago, Erigon catching up from October 4 -> Now on mainnet panicked due to a peer being added to a TimeCachedBlacklist which means the peer had bad data or was not responding.
It was on stage 10/15 and moving along nicely.
Started up the sync again and it appears to be re-processing all the blocks from October 4th again. It downloaded the headers and is currently downloading all the bodies (stage 5) from that time.
Based on the sync that just stopped, here are the times of the remaining stages:
Mar 5 • 5 tweets • 2 min read
HEX.com price went down hard this bear market. Really hard. 95%+ hard. Now it's only up 117,734% while being down 88.22%. That little circle square you see up top is the people that bought higher than now. Almost everyone else bought lots lower. BEFORE STAKING!
HEX has been operating perfectly for over 3 years now by the way. That's an eternity in #cryptocurrency. Only up 1,177x in price in 3 years... That should be jaw dropping to you. It's truly amazing.
Feb 21 • 6 tweets • 2 min read
You can't actually own #cryptocurrency. You can just think you're the only one that knows the key. This truth invalidates many laws and regulations.
What if two people know a key. What if your random number generator was weak and made predictable keys? Happened in #bitcoin 1x
One time, a bitcoin wallet phone app had weak/predictable random number generation, which got lots of #btc users private keys known by others.
What if you had a remote access Trojan or mileage on your device. What if a camera was behind you. What if your backup was found.
Feb 19 • 9 tweets • 2 min read
Pulsechain.com updates. Testing is going very well now for Prysm-Pulse, Go-Pulse, and Lighthouse-Pulse. The PRIVATE v3 testnet is running with:
✅ Sacrifice Credits
✅ 32 Million PLS validator deposit & max effective balance
✅ 10s slots
✅ Consensus-layer reward burning (compensates for faster slots + 25% burn on top)
Jan 25 • 9 tweets • 2 min read
Pulsechain erigon client status as of today: (Unless you're a developer, and really, even if you are, this stuff is hard to understand. Some people like these kind of updates though.) The bodies are all downloaded, now onto the indexing and merkle tree building stages.
The rest of the stages are mostly CPU intensive and is what makes erigon the choice for block explorers and other utilities that use them. At the end of these stages total disk usage will be in the ballpark of 2Tb.
PulseSwap will probably have a sacrifice phase a few weeks before main net.
Imagine the worlds largest yield farm. Example: #Chainlink users on #Ethereum bridge their $LINK to #PulseChain where it's called eLink. They already have their free #LINK on pulsechain there from the fork. They deposit their eLink and Link into the PulseSwap Liquidity pool.
Aug 30, 2021 • 4 tweets • 2 min read
PulseChain.com development update. We have a private chat room dedicated to the test net syncing bug. It gives people access to our archive node to sync from so they can reproduce the issue. Fails at block 12,959,409. Other devs from the community are hopping in to help.
Jul 18, 2021 • 13 tweets • 5 min read
I've never shared a conversation publicly before, but I feel I have to here. @AlexSaundersAU. Alex begged me for a 50 BTC loan. Then tried to sell me a "pre allocation" in a token. Then tried to sell me on just giving him money to talk. I feel this may represent most paid groups.
I have a feeling the only thing going to be deleted is you deleting our telegram chat.
Now you can monitor the $BTC sacrifices when that phase starts.
As always, avoid the advertising links trying to get you to download fake wallets.
Jul 13, 2021 • 6 tweets • 2 min read
Draft: I'm sure this will generate a million questions.
That's good. It will help refine the explanation.
Earlier and larger sacrifices get more points.
The first 3 days get the same rate.
The rate increases 5% per day for the remaining 14 days. Earlier is better.
Email email@example.com now if you're going to sacrifice to them. You might get a tax right off.