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Subreddit Stats: btc posts from 2019-05-28 to 2019-06-07 10:40 PDT

Period: 10.34 days
Submissions Comments
Total 850 14116
Rate (per day) 82.22 1245.55
Unique Redditors 440 1828
Combined Score 26564 50495

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 3690 points, 33 submissions: MemoryDealers
    1. Brains..... (420 points, 94 comments)
    2. The first trade has already happened on Local.bitcoin.com! (193 points, 67 comments)
    3. China is already leading the way with the most trades done on local.bitcoin.com, followed by India. We really are helping free the world! (192 points, 58 comments)
    4. More than 100 BCH has been raised in just a few days to help support BCH protocol development! (180 points, 63 comments)
    5. The Bitcoin Cash Protocol Development Fund has already raised more than 10% of its goal from 467 separate transactions!!! (180 points, 58 comments)
    6. Local.bitcoin.com (159 points, 80 comments)
    7. The BCH miners are good guy heroes! (152 points, 161 comments)
    8. The Bitcoin.com YouTube channel just pased 25K subscribers (147 points, 19 comments)
    9. Ways to trigger a BTC maximalist: Remind them that because they didn't increase the block size, fees will eventually climb to dumb levels again. This will put brakes on it's bull trend, and funnel cash into alts instead. (141 points, 107 comments)
    10. Why more and more people are switching from BTC to BCH (137 points, 193 comments)
  2. 1561 points, 20 submissions: money78
    1. "Not a huge @rogerkver fan and never really used $BCH. But he wiped up the floor with @ToneVays in Malta, and even if you happen to despise BCH, it’s foolish and shortsighted not to take these criticisms seriously. $BTC is very expensive and very slow." (261 points, 131 comments)
    2. Jonathan Toomim: "At 32 MB, we can handle something like 30% of Venezuela's population using BCH 2x per day. Even if that's all BCH ever achieved, I'd call that a resounding success; that's 9 million people raised out of poverty. Not a bad accomplishment for a hundred thousand internet geeks." (253 points, 180 comments)
    3. CEO of CoinEx: "CoinEx already add SLP token solution support. The first SLP token will list on CoinEx Soon. Also welcome apply to list SLP tokens on CoinEx." (138 points, 18 comments)
    4. "While Ethereum smart contracts have a lot more functionality than those in Bitcoin Cash, with the upcoming CashScript we've tried to replicate a big part of the workflow, hopefully making it easier for developers to engage with both of these communities. Check it out 🚀" (120 points, 35 comments)
    5. Bitcoin ABC 0.19.7 is now available! This release includes RPC and wallet improvements, and a new transaction index database. See the release notes for details. (104 points, 5 comments)
    6. Vin Armani: "Huge shout out to the @BitcoinCom wallet team! I just heard from a very authoritative source that multi-output BIP 70 support has been successfully tested and will be in a near-term future release. Now, the most popular BCH wallet will support Non-Custodial Financial Services!" (88 points, 23 comments)
    7. BSV folks: Anything legal is good...We want our coin to be legal! (79 points, 66 comments)
    8. BCH fees vs BTC fees (78 points, 85 comments)
    9. "This @CashShuffle on BCH looks awesome. The larger blocksize on BCH allows for cheap on-chain transactions. @CashShuffle leverages this in a very creative way to gain privacy. Ignoring the tribalism, it's fascinating to watch BCH vs. BTC compete in the marketplace." (77 points, 3 comments)
    10. Bitcoin Cash the best that bitcoin can be...🔥💪 (60 points, 9 comments)
  3. 1413 points, 18 submissions: Egon_1
    1. "The claim “Bitcoin was purpose-built to first be a Store of Value” is false. In this article I've posting every single instance I could find across everything Satoshi ever wrote related to store of value or payments. It wasn't even close. Payments win." (299 points, 82 comments)
    2. The Art of Rewriting History ... File this under Deception! (184 points, 69 comments)
    3. Today's Next Block Fee: BTC ($3.55) and BCH ($0.00). Enjoy! (120 points, 101 comments)
    4. Andreas Brekken: "The maxi thought leaders have a ⚡in their username but can't describe a bidirectional payment channel. Ask questions? They attack you until you submit or leave. Leave? You're a scammer....." (115 points, 11 comments)
    5. Tone Vays: "So I will admit, I did terrible in the Malta Debate vs @rogerkver [...]" (107 points, 95 comments)
    6. This Week in Bitcoin Cash (96 points, 10 comments)
    7. “There was no way to win that debate. Roger came armed with too much logic and facts.” (78 points, 1 comment)
    8. BTC supporter enters a coffee shop: "I like to pay $3 premium security fee for my $4 coffee ☕️" (64 points, 100 comments)
    9. Matt Corallo: "... the worst parts of Bitcoin culture reliably come from folks like @Excellion and a few of the folks he has hired at @Blockstream ..." (63 points, 43 comments)
    10. Angela Walch: "Is there a resource that keeps an up-to-date list of those who have commit access to the Bitcoin Core Github repo & who pays them for their work on Bitcoin? In the past, getting this info has required digging. Is that still the case? " (57 points, 5 comments)
  4. 852 points, 11 submissions: jessquit
    1. PSA: BTC not working so great? Bitcoin upgraded in 2017. The upgraded Bitcoin is called BCH. There's still time to upgrade! (185 points, 193 comments)
    2. Nobody uses Bitcoin Cash (178 points, 89 comments)
    3. Yes, Bitcoin was always supposed to be gold 2.0: digital gold that you could use like cash, so you could spend it anywhere without needing banks and gold notes to make it useful. So why is Core trying to turn it back into gold 1.0? (112 points, 85 comments)
    4. This interesting conversation between Jonathan Toomim and @_drgo where jtoomim explains how large blocks actually aren't a centralization driver (89 points, 36 comments)
    5. This Twitter conversation between Jonathan Toomim and Adam Back is worth a read (75 points, 15 comments)
    6. In October 2010 Satoshi proposed a hard fork block size upgrade. This proposed upgrade was a fundamental factor in many people's decision to invest, myself included. BCH implemented this upgrade. BTC did not. (74 points, 41 comments)
    7. what do the following have in common: Australia, Canada, USA, Hong Kong, Jamaica, Liberia, Namibia, New Zealand, Singapore, Taiwan, Caribbean Netherlands, East Timor, Ecuador, El Salvador, the Federated States of Micronesia, the Marshall Islands, Palau, Zimbabwe (47 points, 20 comments)
    8. Core myth dispelled: how Bitcoin offers sovereignty (45 points, 65 comments)
    9. Satoshi's Speedbump: how Bitcoin's goldlike scarcity helps address scaling worries (25 points, 9 comments)
    10. Greater Fool Theory (14 points, 13 comments)
  5. 795 points, 7 submissions: BitcoinXio
    1. Erik Voorhees on Twitter: “I wonder if you realize that if Bitcoin didn’t work well as a payment system in the early days it likely would not have taken off. Many (most?) people found the concept of instant borderless payments captivating and inspiring. “Just hold this stuff” not sufficient.” (297 points, 68 comments)
    2. On Twitter: “PSA: The Lightning Network is being heavily data mined right now. Opening channels allows anyone to cluster your wallet and associate your keys with your IP address.” (226 points, 102 comments)
    3. Shocking (not): Blockstream has had a hard time getting business due to their very bad reputation (73 points, 25 comments)
    4. While @PeterMcCormack experiments with his #LightningNetwork bank, waiting over 20 seconds to make a payment, real P2P #Bitcoin payments have already arrived on #BitcoinCash. (66 points, 94 comments)
    5. This is what we’re up against. Mindless sheep being brain washed and pumping Bitcoin (BTC) as gold to try to make a buck. (56 points, 29 comments)
    6. Tuur Demeester: “At full maturity, using the Bitcoin blockchain will be as rare and specialized as chartering an oil tanker.” (54 points, 61 comments)
    7. ‪Bitcoin Cash 101: What Happens When We Decentralize Money? ‬ (23 points, 2 comments)
  6. 720 points, 2 submissions: InMyDayTVwasBooks
    1. A Reminder Why You Shouldn’t Use Google. (619 points, 214 comments)
    2. 15 Years Ago VS. Today: How Tech Scales (101 points, 53 comments)
  7. 485 points, 15 submissions: JonyRotten
    1. Cashscript Is Coming, Bringing Ethereum-Like Smart Contracts to Bitcoin Cash (96 points, 6 comments)
    2. Localbitcoins Removes In-Person Cash Trades Forcing Traders to Look Elsewhere (86 points, 26 comments)
    3. Bitcoin.com's Local Bitcoin Cash Marketplace Is Now Open for Trading (48 points, 22 comments)
    4. Report Insists 'Bitcoin Was Not Purpose-Built to First Be a Store of Value' (48 points, 8 comments)
    5. BCH Businesses Launch Development Fund for Bitcoin Cash (36 points, 1 comment)
    6. Another Aspiring Satoshi Copyrights the Bitcoin Whitepaper (31 points, 0 comments)
    7. Bitcoin Cash and SLP-Fueled Badger Wallet Launches for iOS (27 points, 0 comments)
    8. Bitcoin Mining With Solar: Less Risky and More Profitable Than Selling to the Grid (26 points, 0 comments)
    9. Former Mt Gox CEO Mark Karpeles Announces New Blockchain Startup (25 points, 25 comments)
    10. Mixing Service Bitcoin Blender Quits After Bestmixer Takedown (23 points, 7 comments)
  8. 426 points, 2 submissions: btcCore_isnt_Bitcoin
    1. Ponder the power of propaganda, Samson Mow, Adam Back and Greg Maxwell all know how import control of bitcoin is. (394 points, 98 comments)
    2. How many Bitcoin Core supporters does it take to change a light bulb? (32 points, 35 comments)
  9. 369 points, 3 submissions: where-is-satoshi
    1. Currently you must buy 11,450 coffees on a single Lightning channel to match the payment efficiency of Bitcoin BCH - you will also need to open an LN channel with at least $47,866 (230 points, 173 comments)
    2. North Queensland's Beauty Spot finds Bitcoin BCH a thing of beauty (74 points, 6 comments)
    3. Can't start the day without a BCHinno (65 points, 9 comments)
  10. 334 points, 5 submissions: AD1AD
    1. You Can Now Send Bitcoin Cash to Mobile Phones in Electron Cash Using Cointext! (132 points, 32 comments)
    2. Merchants are Dropping Multi-Coin PoS for One Cryptocurrency: Bitcoin Cash (73 points, 21 comments)
    3. A Stellar Animated Video from CoinSpice Explaining how CashShuffle Works Under the Hood! (67 points, 10 comments)
    4. If you haven't seen the "Shit Bitcoin Cash Fanatics Say" videos from Scott Rose (The Inspirational Nerd), YOU NEED TO DO IT NOWWW (50 points, 7 comments)
    5. New Video from Bitcoin Out Loud: "Can You Store Data on the Bitcoin Blockchain?" (Spoiler: Not really.) (12 points, 10 comments)
  11. 332 points, 6 submissions: eyeofpython
    1. I believe the BCH denomination is the best (in contrast to bits, cash and sats), if used with eight digits & spaces: 0.001 234 00 BCH. This way both the BCH and the satoshi amount is immediately clear. Once the value of a satoshi gets close to 1¢, the dot can simply be dropped. (112 points, 41 comments)
    2. Only after writing more BCH Script I realized how insanely usefull all the new opcodes are — CDS and those activated/added back in May '18. Kudos to the developers! (104 points, 22 comments)
    3. CashProof is aready so awesome it can formally prove all optimizations Spedn uses, except one. Great news for BCH smart contracts! (51 points, 6 comments)
    4. Proposal for a new opcode: OP_REVERSE (43 points, 55 comments)
    5. My response on your guy's critisism of OP_REVERSE and the question of why the SLP protocol (and others) don't simply switch to little endian (20 points, 25 comments)
    6. random post about quantum physics (both relevant and irrelevant for Bitcoin at the same time) (2 points, 11 comments)
  12. 322 points, 6 submissions: unitedstatian
    1. BCH is victim to one of the biggest manipulation campaigns in social media: Any mention of BCH triggered users instantly to spam "BCASH".. until BSV which is a BCH fork and almost identical to it pre-November fork popped out of nowhere and suddenly social media is spammed with pro-BSV posts. (131 points, 138 comments)
    2. LocalBitcoins just banned cash. It really only goes to show everything in the BTC ecosystem is compromised. (122 points, 42 comments)
    3. The new narrative of the shills who moved to promoting bsv: Bitcoin was meant to be government-friendly (33 points, 138 comments)
    4. Hearn may have been the only sober guy around (21 points, 29 comments)
    5. PSA: The economical model of the Lightning Network is unsound. The LN will support different coins which will be interconnected and since the LN tokens will be transacted instead of the base coins backing them up their value will be eroded over time. (14 points, 8 comments)
    6. DARPA-Funded Study Looks at How Crypto Chats Spread on Reddit (1 point, 0 comments)
  13. 313 points, 8 submissions: CreativeName44
    1. Venezuela Hidden Bitcoin Cash paper wallet claimed with 0.17468 BCH! Congrats to the one who found it! (80 points, 0 comments)
    2. Alright BCH Redditors, Let's make some HUGE noise!! Announcing The NBA finals Toronto Raptors Hidden BCH Wallet!! (60 points, 9 comments)
    3. FindBitcoinCash gaining traction around the world - Calling out to Bitcoin Cashers to join the fun!! (41 points, 0 comments)
    4. The Toronto Raptors Bitcoin Cash Wallet has been hidden: Address qz72j9e906g7pes769yp8d4ltdmh4ajl9vf76pj0v9 (PLS RT - Some local media tagged on it) (39 points, 0 comments)
    5. This is the next BitcoinCash wallet that is going to be hidden, hopefully REALLY soon! (36 points, 13 comments)
    6. Bitcoin Cash Meetups From Around the World added to FindBitcoinCash (25 points, 0 comments)
    7. FindBitcoinCash Wallets in other languages English/Spanish/Lithuanian/Swedish/Korean (20 points, 18 comments)
    8. Thank you for a great article!! (12 points, 0 comments)
  14. 312 points, 1 submission: scriberrr
    1. WHY? (312 points, 49 comments)
  15. 311 points, 4 submissions: Anenome5
    1. Libertarian sub GoldandBlack is hosting a free, live online workshop about how to setup and use Electron Cash on Sat 1st June via discord, including how to use Cashshuffle, with a Q&A session to follow. All are invited! (119 points, 40 comments)
    2. For anyone who still hasn't seen this, here is Peter Rizun and Andrew Stone presenting their research on how to do 1 gigabyte blocks, all the way back in 2017 at the Scaling Bitcoin Conference. The BTC camp has known we can scale bitcoin on-chain for years, they just don't want to hear it. (92 points, 113 comments)
    3. @ the trolls saying "No one uses Bitcoin Cash", let's look at the last 60 blocks... (72 points, 84 comments)
    4. Research Reveals Feasibility of 1TB Blocks, 7M Transactions per Second (28 points, 22 comments)
  16. 293 points, 2 submissions: BeijingBitcoins
    1. /Bitcoin mods are censoring posts that explain why BitPay has to charge an additional fee when accepting BTC payments (216 points, 110 comments)
    2. Meetups and adoption don't just happen organically, but are the result of the hard work of passionate community members. There are many others out there but these girls deserve some recognition! (77 points, 9 comments)
  17. 282 points, 1 submission: EddieFrmDaBlockchain
    1. LEAKED: Attendee List for Buffet Charity Lunch (282 points, 98 comments)
  18. 273 points, 4 submissions: HostFat
    1. Breakdown of all Satoshi’s Writings Proves Bitcoin not Built Primarily as Store of Value (159 points, 64 comments)
    2. Just to remember - When you are afraid that the market can go against you, use the state force. (48 points, 5 comments)
    3. CypherPoker.JS v0.5.0 - P2P Poker - Bitcoin Cash support added! (35 points, 3 comments)
    4. Feature request as standard for all bch mobile wallets (31 points, 12 comments)
  19. 262 points, 3 submissions: CaptainPatent
    1. Lightning Network capacity takes a sudden dive well below 1k BTC after passing that mark back in March. (97 points, 149 comments)
    2. Yeah, how is it fair that Bitpay is willing to eat a $0.0007 transaction fee and not a $2+ transaction fee?! (89 points, 59 comments)
    3. BTC Fees amplified today by last night's difficulty adjustment. Current (peak of day) next-block fees are testing new highs. (76 points, 59 comments)
  20. 262 points, 1 submission: Badrush
    1. Now I understand why Bitcoin Developers hate on-chain solutions like increasing block sizes. (262 points, 100 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. jessquit (2337 points, 242 comments)
  2. LovelyDay (1191 points, 160 comments)
  3. Ant-n (1062 points, 262 comments)
  4. MemoryDealers (977 points, 62 comments)
  5. jtoomim (880 points, 108 comments)
  6. 500239 (841 points, 142 comments)
  7. jonald_fyookball (682 points, 86 comments)
  8. ShadowOfHarbringer (672 points, 110 comments)
  9. money78 (660 points, 41 comments)
  10. playfulexistence (632 points, 76 comments)
  11. Bagatell_ (586 points, 72 comments)
  12. Big_Bubbler (552 points, 196 comments)
  13. homopit (551 points, 79 comments)
  14. Anenome5 (543 points, 130 comments)
  15. WippleDippleDoo (537 points, 111 comments)
  16. MobTwo (530 points, 52 comments)
  17. FalltheBanks3301 (483 points, 87 comments)
  18. btcfork (442 points, 115 comments)
  19. chainxor (428 points, 71 comments)
  20. eyeofpython (425 points, 78 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. A Reminder Why You Shouldn’t Use Google. by InMyDayTVwasBooks (619 points, 214 comments)
  2. Brains..... by MemoryDealers (420 points, 94 comments)
  3. Ponder the power of propaganda, Samson Mow, Adam Back and Greg Maxwell all know how import control of bitcoin is. by btcCore_isnt_Bitcoin (394 points, 98 comments)
  4. WHY? by scriberrr (312 points, 49 comments)
  5. "The claim “Bitcoin was purpose-built to first be a Store of Value” is false. In this article I've posting every single instance I could find across everything Satoshi ever wrote related to store of value or payments. It wasn't even close. Payments win." by Egon_1 (299 points, 82 comments)
  6. Erik Voorhees on Twitter: “I wonder if you realize that if Bitcoin didn’t work well as a payment system in the early days it likely would not have taken off. Many (most?) people found the concept of instant borderless payments captivating and inspiring. “Just hold this stuff” not sufficient.” by BitcoinXio (297 points, 68 comments)
  7. LEAKED: Attendee List for Buffet Charity Lunch by EddieFrmDaBlockchain (282 points, 98 comments)
  8. Now I understand why Bitcoin Developers hate on-chain solutions like increasing block sizes. by Badrush (262 points, 100 comments)
  9. "Not a huge @rogerkver fan and never really used $BCH. But he wiped up the floor with @ToneVays in Malta, and even if you happen to despise BCH, it’s foolish and shortsighted not to take these criticisms seriously. $BTC is very expensive and very slow." by money78 (261 points, 131 comments)
  10. Jonathan Toomim: "At 32 MB, we can handle something like 30% of Venezuela's population using BCH 2x per day. Even if that's all BCH ever achieved, I'd call that a resounding success; that's 9 million people raised out of poverty. Not a bad accomplishment for a hundred thousand internet geeks." by money78 (253 points, 180 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 109 points: mossmoon's comment in Now I understand why Bitcoin Developers hate on-chain solutions like increasing block sizes.
  2. 104 points: _degenerategambler's comment in Nobody uses Bitcoin Cash
  3. 96 points: FreelanceForCoins's comment in A Reminder Why You Shouldn’t Use Google.
  4. 94 points: ThomasZander's comment in "Not a huge @rogerkver fan and never really used $BCH. But he wiped up the floor with @ToneVays in Malta, and even if you happen to despise BCH, it’s foolish and shortsighted not to take these criticisms seriously. $BTC is very expensive and very slow."
  5. 91 points: cryptotrillionaire's comment in The Art of Rewriting History ... File this under Deception!
  6. 87 points: tjonak's comment in A Reminder Why You Shouldn’t Use Google.
  7. 86 points: money78's comment in Tone Vays: "So I will admit, I did terrible in the Malta Debate vs @rogerkver [...]"
  8. 83 points: discoltk's comment in "Not a huge @rogerkver fan and never really used $BCH. But he wiped up the floor with @ToneVays in Malta, and even if you happen to despise BCH, it’s foolish and shortsighted not to take these criticisms seriously. $BTC is very expensive and very slow."
  9. 79 points: jessquit's comment in Ways to trigger a Shitcoin influencer Part 1: Remind them that’s it’s very likely they got paid to shill fake Bitcoin to Noobs
  10. 78 points: PaladinInc's comment in The BCH miners are good guy heroes!
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Summary aelf x Blockport live AMA

Summary of the aelf x Blockport live AMA with Sebastiaan Lichter (Founder Blockport) and Zowie Langdon (CTO Blockport).

-=aelf x Blockport AMA Stage 1 official questions=-


Q: How did the blockchain journey begin for you guys?
Sebastiaan: Since I was younger, I was actually always very interested in new technology. During my studies I stumbled upon Bitcoin when I was involved in online gaming and then a bit later I started trading cryptocurrencies. I experienced first hand how difficult it was as a beginner to start getting involved in cryptocurrencies. I think everyone can relate to the obstacles encountered when you want to buy your first cryptocurrency.
We then concluded that it needed to be made easy and understandable so that non-technical people (mass market) will also be able to embrace this new digital economy and adopt the industry.
From then on we started building on our own project, wrote a whitepaper where we described how we were going to solve multiple problems that exchanges face, built a community around our proposition and funded our platform with a token sale. Our platform is now live for a few months and already makes it easy for people to start trading.
Zowie: I have always been pretty interested in distributed systems and architectures, and while developing/designing a large voting advice platform in the Netherlands I got more involved with concepts around governance and overall politics. Besides this, my natural interest in philosophy and my studies around it have gotten me fascinated by ethical aspects and other concepts related to trust and society as a whole.
Then, after stumbling on Ethereum by accident in its earlier days (through Reddit, I believe), I got quite interested in the technology behind blockchains and was already fascinated by some cryptographical things I just read about. At that time, I was working with Sebastiaan already, who inspired me to start investing a bit of my own money to understand this side from it as well.
The rest is history :)

Q: What is Blockport? What is the purpose of creating it?
Sebastiaan: Blockport is a plug-and-play crypto exchange that addresses the mass-market. In the back-end, Blockport is connected to multiple external exchanges to aggregate liquidity and provide our customers with the best prices.
Blockport’s unique ‘social trading’ features enable users to follow- or automatically copy each others portfolio or trading activities. Experienced traders can earn Blockport’s native token BPT by sharing knowledge with beginner traders.
Eventually, Blockport will be built on a hybrid-decentralised architecture, allowing users to trade in a high-frequency and centralised way, but can store their funds in a safe and decentralised way.
The purpose of Blockport is to take away all obstacles to cryptocurrency trading and make it accessible and safe for everyone.

Q: Any unique feature this exchange is having rather than other exchange?
Sebastiaan: Indeed, I already explained our cornerstones in my previous answer, which are: Exchange aggregator, Social Trading and Hybrid-decentralization.
The main distinctive feature of Blockport is Social Trading. With Social Trading beginner traders will be able to follow or automatically copy experienced traders’ portfolios. With these features we’re aiming to close the knowledge gap between beginners and expert traders who have been in the space for a while already and make it easier for people to participate and start trading.

Q: When did you first hear about aelf? What was your impression of aelf?
Zowie: I’ve heard about Aelf not too long ago. The idea generally reminds me of what we’re trying to achieve with serverless architectures, but then in a truly decentralized way. When I look at the team, I get the feeling it consists of very capable people as well.
So all in all, I’m quite enthusiastic about Aelf! They’re trying to solve a complex problem that if solved, can change the way we run software globally.

Q: What would Blockport focus on in the future? And how could Blockport possibly work with aelf in the future?
Zowie: We are aiming to focus on further expanding our platform to both US and Asia, while presently maintaining our focus on the EU. As this expansion does not only involve marketing or compliance, but also improvement of our product, projects like Aelf are potentially interesting because of our distributed nature. We run on microservices, and are inherently interested in serverless infrastructure. Running part of our infrastructure on-chain, albeit not everything would be possible right away, is an interesting way to further decentralize our platform besides only the decentralization of core trading components to indirectly protect users’ funds.
One of the main reasons we chose for a distributed system is because we see that not only Blockchain but the overall way we run infrastructure nowadays is changing rapidly and becomes more and more ‘serverless’, which is something Aelf can potentially support us with in the future as well.

-=aelf x Blockport AMA Stage 2 community member questions=-


Q: Can you describe what your average day is like at Blockport?
Zowie: As I’m a sporadic night owl, it sometimes involves part of the night as well :) Generally, the teams have a small standup (we are divided over multiple smaller teams). Some teammates work remote, so we set up a call or use Slack. We’re basically always in touch with each other and do most of our communications in public channels. As we focus on DevOps, there’s a lot of autonomy involved in developing and releasing services, so generally teams can go about their own way as long as certain actions like deployments get approvals and reviews from others.
We choose to lunch together, play some ping pong to get some exercise and sometimes take a walk :) Besides this, it’s generally pretty quiet in the office besides the focused typing sometimes lasting until late in the evening..
Even though it’s getting colder here in the Netherlands, we also try to stay fit by doing a bootcamp together every week. This isn’t only fun, but also is a great way to motivate each other and get to know each other better as the team grows rapidly.
To consolidate everything we do in a week, we have weekly demos where everyone shows what is fully done and ready for release or a next phase. We also go through a retrospective to discuss things that could have gone better and pick them up immediately.
Sebastiaan: My day has in general a lot of overlap with Zowie’s description. When I wake up I start my day generally early and start working at home with a cup of coffee. My morning routine consists of reading through all slack messages of the team, make a daily planning for myself and set priorities, go through my email, and of course take a look at the market :)
Then I drive to our HQ, which is a 15 min drive from my home. I like the commuting time and use it to think of how I’m going to tackle the things I have to do that day. So when I get to the office I usually start with gathering info on slack and in person to see what everyone is working on and get some feedback to see where I can help.
During the day, it differs a lot on what I’m working on. I have a very multidisciplinary role, ranging from helping out with product features, making decisions for issues that arise, working on financial forecasts or mapping out marketing campaigns with our marketing team.
In general, I don’t have a typical day and my activities vary a lot.

Q: Blockport aims to be a worldwide exchange offering its services to everyone. At present, there are 39 supported countries mainly from Europe with EURO as the main currency. When is Blockport going to support other countries especially those crypto friendly countries in Asia and introduce more currencies?
Sebastiaan: You’re right, Blockport is indeed aiming to be a worldwide exchange, and I can tell you that we’re currently working on it and you can expect us to be opening our platform to countries outside the EEA very soon.

Q: For Mr. Langdon. I see from the Blockport whitepaper that you are interested in scalable and modular architecture to effectively build modern solutions. Will the Aelf multi-layer side chains play in role in building your exchange, or is something else in store? :)
Zowie: Indeed! I think modularity and scalability are pretty cool :) The advantages of abstracting into more isolated components with their own runtime and with higher focus on efficient communication between components is something that we believe already adds a lot of value to our platform. The ability to update, replace and scale parts of your infrastructure individually increases flexibility a lot. Whether it can be the Aelf multi-layer side chains and its branch structure, or the cross chain capabilities is something I’m not certain of as yet.
Depending on the direction Aelf takes, and naturally also Blockport, implementing Proof of Concepts for decentralizing parts of our platform on Aelf is something that I believe is the first step. Getting our team slowly acquainted with running on Aelf and exploring these possibilities is something I’m interested in. I would like to do a little PoC myself if I happen to find the time :)

Q: What are the challenges you anticipate Blockport will face in the short & long term?
Zowie: First and foremost, looking at the market right now, we are planning to focus on traction, differentiate more and take this time to get our quality and security to outstanding levels. We know that blockchain projects and certain cryptocurrencies will change aspects of our economy and the world in fundamental ways in the years to come, and we are preparing for this.
In the long term, we anticipate challenges around scale and regulations. Not unsolvable, but challenges we are preparing for. Naturally, differentiating ourselves from competitors and upholding very high standards on usability and scalability will be constant challenges. But we’re getting better every week :)

Q: Can I ask about the AELF listing process? Will it be through one of the connected exchanges?
Sebastiaan: It's a short answer, but yes the listing of Aelf will be through one of our connected exchanges so that we have liquidity for our user from the get go.

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The Venom of God

So many thoughts come, in my hunger to record the shape of that which ails me.
Memories, imprinted like typewriter keys on the wet, spongy mass of the brain, feel transient, like ancient scrolls or commandments inscribed on crumbling slate, eroded by desert winds in unfathomably ancient ages. The memories of a man, fragmented in time - wet with horror and delusion.
For some reason, softer memories of childhood rise to the surface sometimes, like leaves in a dirty backyard pool, only to become too raw and shamefully unclothed when exposed to the sunlight of a middle aged man’s temperament.
I remember games of Checkers with my great Grandfather, Ildor Hearst, who appears in my mind’s eye as a-kind-of Russian Santa Claus, wirey beard and carven forehead. He was a stern man, and would always be ranting his archaic religious views. Prostheletising the fall of modern Babylon and the age of the Nihilist.
He would play Checkers with me, sharp movements, wooden circles slammed down with impunity. He never let me win. Saw his dominance as a matter of instruction and learning. As I look back nostalgically, sometimes, I yearn for Great Grandfather Ildor’s black and white mentality of good and evil, lightness and darkness... and an over arching confidence in the eventual triumph of mankind. Rather than the bleak reality of the post modernist distopia in which I live.
I recall vividly, after those intense games, once Ildor had imparted his thorny wisdom, I would be granted relaxation and be free to play with my own toys, scattered around my grandparents wooden floor boards; Mutant Ninja Turtles and Transformers, Wonder Woman, Spider Man and He-Man. Mine was always a multicoloured world of complex morality and democratic voices ... all of which ran into muddy paradigms that seemed totally outside the circle of Great Grandad’s moral compass.
These days, as a real estate Agent, I am occasionally gifted limited insights into a checkerboard like world of manipulation and sinister intentions, but mine is to perceive the evil of global finance, and the general unfairness of land ownership and rabid, unchecked capitalism...but with no delusion of an interventionalist God to pull us out of the hole we humans have dug for ourselves.
My name is Vilson Hearst, and I am a Real Estate Agent for Steel City Real Estate in Hexton, Australia.
Perhaps you think yourself free from the real estate game. Perhaps, you are a fool.
Perhaps you are satisfied with your lot in life, making a simple way for yourself, with a mortgage and a family, (if you should be so lucky to afford to get into the housing market at all that is). Then, could be that you are living a student lifestyle, paying rent, constantly paying off another cunning man’s mortgage, or worse still, perhaps you have abandoned the fight, to cower in your parents basement, with the real world slowly closing in on you, as you desperately try to escape into a world of Hollywood movies, video games or creepy pasta.
You are all in the real estate game, wether you like it or not. There is a broader game of capital and estate, which is increasingly complex, and even those like myself who’s job it is to ‘follow the money’ sometimes are completely lost at sea in the Darwinian struggle of the global free market.
Studying finance at Bourkeley University,.. I did my PHD thesis about money and the aquisition of power. I spent a solid year, studying the major players in global banking, watched the Chinese ICBC rise to become the wealthiest banking institution in the world. I tracked the strange and secretive trails of the richest investors, after the terrorist attacks on September 11, watching money transfer around the globe in secret trust funds, private meetings of powerful elites in Shanghai—as the Chinese World Trade Centre “Tower Three” was built, in the image of the destroyed Twin Towers of New York, (which is no coincidence, given it was constructed by the same architecture group; Skidmore Owings and Merril, (who also constructed the replacement One World Trade Centre.))
I studied Wikileaks and other whistleblower organisations. Gained secret documents, and learned of meetings between wealthy individuals; John Fallon, the chief executive of Pearson Education, the company which controls half the worlds schooling institutions— made a private deal in 2015 with Indra Nooyi and Paul Bulcke, Chairman and CEO of Nestle and PepsiCo, the owners of the majority of global food and confectionary. You wonder why our children are so desperately obese.
I was constantly surprised by the familiarity of these billionaires with one another. For instance, you might not know, that Hugh Grant, the CEO of Monsanto, the sinister company who has come to dominate a stronghold on global agriculture, (and who, among more nefarious acts, was responsible for manufacturing the deadly ‘Agent Orange’ poison in Vietnam and causing countless generational mutations).. just happens to be close friends with the CEO of Lockheed Martin, the dominant power in weapons manufacturing and ultimately what people mean when they talk about the ‘military industrial complex’.
Guns don’t kill people. Corporations do. But you knew that already.
Other minutes from meetings by the powerful, would have many questioning what the leaders of certain organisations could possibly have to discuss with each other,... such is the nature of the unheard of D40 meeting in a chateau in Shandong Province; where Barry Lam, chairman and founder of Quanta computers, the name behind the majority of computing technology, was recently in discussion with Carlos Brito, the CEO of InBev; the name behind all the major alcohol players—Ian Read, the CEO of Pfizer, who basically controls the entire legal drug market, Mark Zuckerberg and the CEO Of Alphabet Inc— who own Google and most of the rest of the internet. Now these meetings bare direct relationships with the stock trading happening in the World Trade Centre Tower Three in China. The minutes from these meetings contained discussion both controversial and amazingly nuanced, and the complexity of the global solutions some of these key players in the tech revolution were coming up with would’ve gone over the heads of even the top IQ holders from 98 percent of high schools in the world. Nonetheless, some of the darker plans by these shady monopolies would terrify you, more than you could possibly know.
To understand Australian land ownership, the problem becomes more of a global puzzle.
The figures who own the most land globally, are, the King of Saudi Arabia, The Pope and the Catholic Church, Hugh Grosvenor, Duke of Westminster certainly has a cut, and of course, the Queen of Britain herself, Elizabeth ...(who currently owns about a sixth of the worlds land, some 6.6 Billion Acres, more commonly known as the Commonwealth Realm, (which includes two thirds of Antarctica, Time Square in New York, Canada, New Zealand and of course ... Australia.) These people, i’ve learned, are not particularly interested in the debate around land ownership coming to the forefront of the global conversation, and billionaire media moguls like Rupert Murdoch and Andrew Packer have filled their bank accounts, making it their mission to keep just such subjects off the family dinner table, with distractions like ‘My Kitchen Rules’ and ‘Keeping up with the Kardashians’ filling Australian television channels.
The question of wether anyone owns land in Australia, or if it is in fact all owned by the Queen of England, is a contentious one, particularly when you factor in the confounding elements such as the status of Norfolk Island, which at one time was, on a technicality, not owned by anyone except for the fictitious body ‘The Crown’ (until being taken over by the Australian Capital Territory, in 2015). Then when you consider the original claim of the British that the Australian nation was unoccupied or ‘Terra Nullius’ when Europeans arrived, a truth widely held as fact until the precedent of the Mabo Decision in the Torres Straight islands in 1992. This decision returned some land ownership rights back to certain aristocratic lineages of the native people. However, the paradox leaves a complex and enduring problem for the future of land ownership in Australia and what that exactly entails.
In Hexton, the most rapidly developing city in Australia, corporate billionaires have their stakes in national land ownership, yet meanwhile... National Parks, Botanical Gardens and other public spaces are unapologetically ‘Crown lands’, a fact which is still testified by the names of the spaces; Kings Domain, Queen’s Square, and other titles which clearly and proudly display the heritage of monarchic ownership deeply entrenched within the Australian property market.
Of course, even within the field of Australian National Real Estate, the individual estate agent becomes bogged down even further in matters of local estates, so that these important issues take second stake to the sales and acquisitions of the day.
Steel City Real Estate, the company I work for, is a nation wide brand, but our particular office in Albert Park consists of about nine agents.
I spend most of my time competing with the golden boy of Steel City, Greg Leisdadt. Greg has consistently won the monthly sales targets in our office for over a year. His desk is covered in trophies, awards, and framed certificates adorn the walls behind him.
I’m not sure what words could aptly describe Leisdadt; his wolf-like eyes, both evil and mesmerising. A cannibal grin consisting of Colgate super white teeth, and those gelled locks of amber hair which hang impossibly, like an arch villain over his forehead. Greg oozes saleable confidence which grates my own nervous disposition sufficiently towards constant despair.
The only force which makes the constantly eclipsing day to day victories of Leisdadt bearable to me is Natasha Valuvjdavo. She is the agent who sits on the adjacent table to me in the office.
I confess, for some time, I was profoundly attracted to Natasha, and had to stop myself from gushing and fawning over her. She is a demure, and assertive brunette, her crimson lips could kill a boat full of sailors. Unfortunately, she is engaged to a man named Fred, who is something of a wet blanket, yet I must discard my jealousy and confess that for whatever reason, Natasha seems happy in her domestic life. My only solace in this, being that Greg Leisdadt, the man who has everything, although persistently flirtatious, has never made a dent in Natasha’s self security. She is thankfully not attracted to him.
But now I should refrain from being sidetracked and talk about the subjects which, you, the reader, more likely desire to hear of. For my tale is no idle blathering of romantic ennui, or global conspiracy—but rather the trauma of my profession, does persist— in both being exposed to the ruthless game of money/power, but moreover being haunted by knowledges both gothic and Victorian. For there is no other game in town, where one is more exposed to unwanted or haunted real estate; the devil hounded, and the wished forgotten.
There are the houses that are impossible to sell, because of brutal or public bloody murders that have occurred to the prior occupants. Wether psychological or other, the frequency of those who purchase such forbidden and damned abodes —then in no matter of time, flee and sell at carelessly lower settlement costs, with tales of unhallowed things returned to life, or clanking noises in the basement...why... this simple fact of the real estate market is as common as there is. A story as old as time.
Now perhaps I could spend months repeating the folk lore surrounding that dilapidated and spiritually unsaveable address; that run down, trash infested garden, and collapsing terrace roof of no 13 MacArthur Street.
But this could take a conceivably longer time period, and I shall reserve my energy for the most disturbing and horrific of these preternatural experiences.
Though I should briefly mention Vernon tower, for though this wasn’t the property which near drove me to insanity, it factors too far into the disturbing tapestry of the veiled or hidden real estate scene.
Now, Vernon tower, is an enormous building in South Hexton. Our agency deals more with rentals than with sales of the apartments in that old, and curious piece of architecture. Built as early as 1866, there has always been something profoundly wrong with Vernon towers. Of course, it is me who has to deal with most of the tennants of that foreboding block, for it is the Hearst legacy to be fated just such dull luck.
Thus it is always, I, who takes the phone calls from disgruntled students and drug addicts; Vernon Tower is unprecedentedly cheap, due to its history. Yet the impoverished clientele still have no issue burning my ear off; to complain of strange mechanic noises, or those bizarre phosphorescent green lights. Then there was the girl who tried to sue us, after her seizure from what she claimed to see inside the laundry room. That manner of description I can scarce repeat for its absurdness and high strangeness.
But let me get to the more dreadful incident which frightens me even to recall.
Indeed, it had all begun with that infernal property in Elwood, which I was in terse competition to sell... pitted unwittingly against the undefeated Super-Agent, Greg Leisdadt.
The spectacularly immense mansion on Ormond Road, was once occupied by billionaire Serbian entrapaneur Dimitrije Stojanovic, who I’m told partially drafted the architectural plans for the immense mansion himself, before he had it constructed on the corner of Ormond and Radkin Streets. The nature of the oddities surrounding that place however, extend not from the architectural style of the lot itself, (mind you those odd modernist geometric pylons, stepped piers and sail-like rooves do lend a kind of funereal gothicness to the address.)
However, it was the murder of Stojanovic which caused true fluctuations of interest in the property. Given the public knowledge of the horrendous murder, the property value was incalculably lower than its market worth. It seemed the image of the alleged burglar breaking into Stojanovic’s window, and bludgeoning him to death in the lounge room with a heavy trophy or statue of some kind— somehow grinding his skin off as with multiple teeth, or a spiked club—stayed in the public mind, thanks to Channel 9’s ‘A Current Affair’ and their sensational program about the incident. For interest in the property remained uncharacteristically low. Perhaps the fact that the murderer has yet to be identified or captured by police, nor the murder weapon found, hasn’t helped the matter.
Now, as I have mentioned this was not the first time our staff had dressed up a ‘murder property’. But the truly disturbing elements began to happen during the time the property came under my tenure.
Now, I should proclaim sincerely that I am by no means a superstitious man, I admonish my readers to believe that I was just as skeptical about the soon to be foretold events as you, had I not experienced them myself, I should fiercely doubt my own sanity. I should also divulge a little more information about Dimitrije Stojanovic himself, (the owner of the grand mansion) as the web of intrigue very much seems to hinge on his professional history.
Stojanovic made his billions in Silicon Valley, working in many aspects of the tech industry, investing timely in companies like Facebook and crypto currencies like Bitcoin, when the time was right. in the move to Australia it seems that his ambition was to try out his own company idea in the developing market of Hexton, where the game was not already dominated and over exposed.
With this intent he came out, built his immense mansion in Elwood, Moonsmoth, and immediately started channeling his money into the development of something called .....‘DigiTown’.
Now being neither a tech expert myself, nor expecting such of my audience, I will explain the fundamentals of the ‘DigiTown’ concept in the same manner it was explained to me by Neil Druton, a four eyed nerd with an immense forehead who was one of the developers working for Dimitrije Stojanovic, before he died. I had decided to interview Druton, to get the background on the Stojanovic case to find a more positive angle for investors. I figured if I could distract the buyer from the details of the murder, and big talk the profile of Stojanovic himself, “the prolific entrapaneur”, this might flatter the egos of other wealthy entrapaneurs to buy it out.
Druton told me he had been working for Stojanovic for about six months, mostly at the office Space Dimitrije was renting in Southbank. He described Stojanovic as ruthless, and borderline insane, but nonetheless he spoke of ‘DigiTown’ with respect, a ‘unique’ and ‘brilliant’ project, which would have been at the forefront of the tech industry, if it had ever been finished.
Put in layman’s terms, Druton explained that the project had a great deal in common with Bill Gates plans for a ‘smart city’ but on a more achievable scale.
I could tell Druton was oversimplifying the description for my sake, no doubt parroting Dimitrije’s marketing pitches for investors. But he described it like this; ‘Imagine a kind of augmented portal, with a built infrastructure and virtual architecture planned by white collar professionals, a crypto currency run communal space, overlayed over a modern city space, where your own request portal is linked to different reference cubes; Town Square, Library Cube, Media Station, Entertainment Centre, Eateries, telematics and roads authority, and these all function via the same channels as an actual city.’ ‘So you mean, instead of one social media interface trying to network everything, the actual infrastructure of a city is built out within the media itself?’ I asked. ‘Yeah pretty much’ Druton replied, seeing I had sensed the practical nature, adaptability, and profitability of the software, all over the world. ‘ATMs, shops, business, smart cars and machinery— all worked into the same dual augmented system. Superimposed as a direct collorary.’ It got me thinking paranoid, and I asked Druton earnestly; ‘Do you think if another rogue in the tech industry knew about Stojanovic’s idea, it would have been a groundbreaking idea enough to have killed him over?’ Druton went silent, and sweated a little from his pimpled forehead. I didn’t need to hear him answer the question, it was written all over his shrivelled face.
I spent a good couple of months doing my research on Dimitrije’s mansion. (I would’ve loved to cover up the existence of the current owner of the mansion). Rich heiress Stacey White bought the house, and lived in it for a month before she got spooked— and decided to resell it. I made sure to get the story straight, offering Stacey a hot cup of Bush tea, and asking her precisely what she saw.
Here’s what she told me; ‘I was alone, in that creepy mansion, at night,... and I got a weird feeling. There was a strong wind, and it was dark. The gum tree in the front yard bends a lot in the wind, and sometimes the branches whip against the side of the house. I was just getting used to that noise, but this time it was something different, almost lost in the whistling wind. It was a lower kind of ...moaning. A deep, pained groan. I got up to check I hadn’t left something on in the kitchen. I went to turn on the light switch but the globe burnt out. That’s when it happened. Almost like a mini-earthquake, but there was this strange energy. Then the gas stove just lit up, a green flame. It wasn’t on, but the kitchen was illuminated in a kind of underwater hue. Then—-(Stacey began to gasp and sob)—-then... in the darkness — I saw it!! A green head! Half a Human head, but mangled, half the skull bashed in, shimmering like I was looking through glass. It spoke to me ....in a voice that made the room cold. Just—-(she broke down into tears, suppressing a scream). H—his lips... cold, green lips. Steam coming from his mouth. He said — he said—- ‘Beware the Wagluh’.
As this point she became incommunicable.
I felt an increasing sickness in the ensuing weeks, the cause was unknown, but chiefly matched my mental state. It must’ve been around this time when I first saw the strange rune which had been spray painted on the abandoned building in Elwood. I was doing my rounds, why I should’ve noticed the strange glyph remains beyond my understanding, yet there it was. A curious, green shape, interrupted by a stark arrow and a kind-of ladder shape above it.
I was becoming increasingly stressed and agitated by the competitive sale of Dimitrije’s mansion. My manager Herron Del Ray had been hounding me to make a sale, it had been months since I had successfully got a down payment from a client. Del Ray had threatened redundancy in no uncertain terms, and the stress was beginning to erode my total mental well being.
In conversations with my beautiful colleague Natasha around this time, I found her to be kind, but not particularly helpful. Her advice was that if I was going to beat Leisdadt, I would have to compete with him at his own game. She told me on one particular occasion I should just lie to clients about the gruesome murder in the house, or omit it from the description altogether. This was both against my moral compass, and senseless, for the case was so popular, I felt sure that any potential investor would know of it, to omit it would only anger them.
That same day I got a call from a potential buyer named Greame De Montague. Leisdadt watched me like a hawk as I took the call, giving me a cunning look. The stare flustered my nerves, but choking through the phone I agreed for an inspection with De Montague. He would be the fifth buyer I had spoken to, all four previous investors had abandoned their inquiries when learning more about the murder, or after having seen the contract of sale.
I calmed myself the day of the appointment by speaking soft mantras to myself under my breath. I knew I had to push this client to a final purchase, and my job security depended on it. Greg Leisdadt was leaning against the bronze statue of a Cheetah in our office as I was leaving, mocking me with the words ‘Good luck, Vilson old boy.’
It was a cold autumn day, and brown leaves blew around the streets in gusts of curdled wind.
I had arranged to meet Mr De Montague on Beach Avenue, so that we might walk down to Ormond Street and view the mansion. As an eerie coincidence the corner we agreed to meet was precisely at the point that odd rune was sprayed on the abandoned building in Elwood.
Greame De Montague was standing on the corner as I arrived in my light grey sedan. He was standing in front of the odd rune, as though the symbol itself had somehow marked his presence in an unexplainable yet mystical time stamp. I couldn’t see his car parked anywhere. He was wearing a very curious oufit, particularly for Australia, although the weather was reasonably cool that autumn day. He wore a kind of black velvet robe, cut in the shape ...not unlike an Orthodox Jew’s regalia. It tarried at the bottom into a sort of deep purple cape. On his head he wore a buckled Capotain, and in his hand, a decorated staff. I wondered if his clothing indicated the excesses of vanity of the social media age, or if he was perhaps a foreign prince of some kind.
I stepped out of the car, and approached De Montague with my hand extended. I could see now he had a strange face, with slanted owl-like eyebrows, and a fluffy round beard that gave him an almost koala-bear-shaped head.
Mr De Montague raised his hand and met my embrace, shaking my hand with a firm clasp. ‘It’s lovely to meet you Greame. I have a feeling you are going to love this property.’ ‘Please. Call me Lord De Montague.’ The stern man insisted, ‘I descend from Carpathian royalty, the son of a Duke.’ ‘Very well M’lord.’ I replied, my tone accidentally tinged with irony, ‘Have you come ...very far today?’ I asked trying to distract from my faux pas with a bluff of small talk. I couldn’t help staring at the strange Necklace around De Montague’s neck. It seemed to be made of solid gold, and was comprised of a chain of large charms, each coin depicting deities from Ancient Asian and Mesopotamian religions.
I began walking, unsure what to say but deciding to lead De Montague down towards Ormond Street. There was a terrifying stillness on the street that day. The sun dried grass seemed frozen in time, and the grey sky moaned geriatrically, with the energy of a tired giant trying to fend off the vast abyss of Space.
I noticed that De Montague was not moving, but had instead stopped firmly in his tracks. His face gave off a distinct lack of pathos.
‘Mr Hearst.’ Lord De Montague’s grainy voice echoed; ‘This is the wrong way.’ I turned and looked back at him confused, but De Montague quickly supplanted my curiosity ‘We should walk down Vautier Street. It comes out closer to the property on Ormond.’ By my own calculations, the distance was exactly the same, but as I was in a desperate state of flattery, I decided to humour the strange, old man, though I now questioned wether my client might be an eccentric madman, who merely thought he was born of Royalty, in his delusions.
Nonetheless, I followed De Montague and we wandered down the leafy, terraced streets.
‘Tell me something Mr Hearst’ De Montague began to speculate; ‘Have you ever heard the expression ‘Old Money’?’ I looked at him trying to gage his meaning; ‘Yes, of course.’ I replied. ‘The man who owned this mansion’, De Montague continued in a practiced refrain; ‘It is my understanding he was one of the new breed. Wouldn’t you say? Those who make their fortunes on the gamble— or the changing technologies of the world, but haven’t yet come to fully comprehend the system as it works. As it has always worked.’ ‘I’m afraid I haven’t come to fully appreciate your meaning.’ I replied with honest perplexion. ‘My ancestors were very interested in Asian spirituality’ De Montague continued in a seemingly distracted soliloquy, ‘The De Montagues have migrated for some time you see. Sharing something in common with the Romani people of Europe. I have had ancestors who have lived, over the centuries, in Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, Mongolia, Papua New Guinea and the Phillipines. Do you know what is the one thing these vastly different cultures all have in common?’ ‘I do not’ I confessed. ‘Reverence for ones ancestors, and respect for ones elders, and an overwhelming policy of acceptance towards the natural systems that have always existed.’ ‘That’s very interesting’ I replied, gawking about anxiously and wondering where the conversation was leading. ‘I have only more recently come to adapt the principles of the Japanese Shinto religion into my philosophy Mr Hearst. However I think we could all take a page out of that discipline, and it’s superior attitude towards the unknown. You know, in some sense the Shinto practitioners had an almost scientific approach to their spirituality. Certainly, like with the Eastern superstitions, the Shinto perceived a longing towards extra sensory insights into a hidden or secret world supposed to lie beneath the surface of our material life. However, we can say that the Shinto practitioners never got into the awkward and complex dogma of hierarchical worship. Rather, they merely approached each of their animistic inhabitations of spirit that they encountered with the proper fear and respect that one should properly apply to creatures or Gods we fail to yet understand.’ ‘It’s an interesting religion.’ I said, still utterly confused as to what the eccentric prince was attempting to convey.
‘I see you’ve mistaken my warning.’ De Montage continued in a more stern and serious tone, as we passed rows of trimmed hedges and decorative fences. ‘It is right to fear that which we don’t understand Master Hearst. We ought to treat our material supervisors with more respect. Now, I confess, it has never been the object of my ancestors to worship the unseen. Only a fool wishes to make a slave of themselves to a devil they don’t know. But respect, awe, fear, that is different. That is the core of wisdom. Now.... I confess to you... My own aristocratic ancestors, have had more of a vested interest in acquiring artefacts and precious minerals that can absorb such unknown energies. To tap into the mechanisms of nature and the outer spheres of unseen chemistry, that is where one can find the tools to bring about the acquisition of power!’ I began to become totally speechless, realising now, that I was in the presence of a lunatic. We were still about five minutes from the Serbian’s property, and De Montague now began to rave in such a strange and sinister manner, that he appeared some demented imp, his lecture was so insane. ‘So it was for the ones who claimed the future. Those beings with silken robes of silver, who sought the forbidden wisdom from beyond the abysses of Space and time. They are like the watcher, and we are but the conduits to their ancient digital powers. Yet if you could perceive the outlines of the Shapeshifter, who is the lost among us all, and he who brings the bitterness from the original tragedy. Then, perhaps you could understand what the Hindu’s really worship, in the form of their metamorphosising God of many evolutionary attributes.’ Mr De Montague suddenly stopped, slamming the steel cap of his staff upon the cracked concrete, and turned to me; ‘Mr Hearst, this is my warning for you! You cannot outwit the darker destinies of the force that itself conjures black holes. Have due reverence for the unseen beast which lurks beneath, and threatens your soul with eternal mutilation. Stand down from that property, and abandon your research into the disappearance of that accursed Serbian. I send this warning as a friend, and wether or not you take it up, I tell you that your colleague Greg will still make the sale, whichever path you choose.’ De Montague suddenly scowled like a rabid dog, grabbing my hand and thrusting the handle of his cane upon my palm. ‘Cursed child— I have the power of the Chiromancer, and that which is engraved upon your line of fate, makes it clear. But there is still time to evade the mark of this warning.’ Suddenly, I shrieked, for my palm began stinging with pain, and I realised that the silver etched handle of the staff was unfathomable degrees hot. I pulled my hand away before the impression became irreversible; ‘Ouch, you burnt my hand!’ I cried.
De Montague then seemed satisfied that his message had been delivered. He immediately hoisted back his staff, then let out a sound almost like a wolf’s growl. Then he seemed to perform a magicians trick of some form. For he cast the staff down at my feet, but as it fell there, a glimmer of light played a trick on me. I stepped back in fear, for that which lay across my feet, was no longer that of carven wood, but a coiled brown snake, who raised itself and hissed through fangs, and quivering forked tongue. I turned and dashed out of the snakes attack perimeter.
I gazed down at my stinging palm, to see with terror and trepidation that the burn mark in my hand imprinted from the image on the cane— it was the same strange glyph that was painted on the house.
Panting and sweating, tripping over my clumsy feet, as I rotated again to survey the scene, I saw now with incredulity the brown snake remained upon the pavement, but De Montague himself was long gone.
The hoax plagued me for hours afterward, I had been pranked it seemed, by some rich and bored eccentric trickster, who never intended to view the property at all. Or he was an escaped lunatic from Bourkeley Asylum perhaps. As I was already in the area, after a sufficient down time, when my heartbeat had reduced and my manic paranoia dissipated —I resolved to continue to Ormond Street anyway.
When I got to the property my fading anger was rebuked, for I saw two cars parked outside the late Serbian’s mansion. ‘Leisdadt’ I cursed.
As I walked up the modern staircase, I saw a cheerful looking man m, wearing a scarf, leaving, who Greg had obviously just shown around the property. He seemed fearfully optimistic about the place, and I continued cursing under my breath until I reached the hallway where Greg was standing, smugly, with a clipboard. He seemed even more satisfied when I came to the door; ‘You better watch out for that one’ Greg said in a tone that sent me into a rage; ‘He seems very keen. What happened to your 4’oclock?’ ‘Someone pulled a prank on me’ I cursed. I began to wonder if Greg had organised the incident with the charlatan somehow. Leisdadt tried hard to refrain from breaking out into a grin, ‘That’s a shame. Your luck has to come up one day Hearst.’ Leisdadt chuckled, but then seemed to remember something— ‘I thought you signed off on the clearance papers anyway Hearst.’ He said, ‘After Stacey White complained about the dead guy’s stuff still laying around, I thought you had the house completely emptied.’ ‘What of it?’ I asked. Greg leaned over to the ornately decorated mantle piece, pulling open the dresser drawer below the mirror and revealing a stack of haphazard papers and letters. ‘Can you take care of these?’ He insisted coldly, ‘I’ve got a last minute potential sale of that impossible property, 13 MacArthur Street. Can you believe my luck? We haven’t had a buyer for that place in years.’ I scowled into my neck as Leisdadt left via the rear entrance of the mansion. Grumbling and moving towards the papers, I cursed myself for so easily being persuaded to do what Greg could’ve done himself.
I mumbled, calling myself a sucker under my breath as I leafed through the papers.
Then, I turned over something which captured my interest. It was a sleek black diary, and as I turned the pages I came to realise that it had evidently belonged to Dimitrije. I flicked through the musty pages, seeing that the entries of the private journal dated up until the Serbian’s disappearance. I began to read with fascination and morose intrigue;
Here is the transcript of the more interesting parts of Dimitrije's diary: http://textuploader.com/dh4w4
Dimitrije Stojanovic died on the 13th of October, 2016.
The strange diary had a terrible effect on me. I became deeply paranoid that I was wedged within a catastrophic and deep conspiracy. Though I couldn’t fully understand the map laid out by the corners of my discoveries, there was enough of a pattern that I knew there was some terrible logic beneath it all.
I found the references to Vernon Towers and the architect ‘Von Marrickville’ extremely intriguing and began to further my own research on the property which was already familiar to me. I had always known that Vernon Towers was an old heritage building. But I had never researched the buildings actual construction. So it was, that I found out more about the strange creator, borrowing a book about the eccentric architect Veda Von Marrickville from Hexton library.
The book was fascinating. Von Marrickville, it turned out was a fairly prolific architect of the day, who was commissioned to build a series of buildings around Hexton city. Of particular interest to me, where the four or five buildings Von Marrickville built in a kind of arc around Port Phillip Bay, pointing towards Valsbury docks. Von Marrickville was a Dutch native who came out to Australia in 1834, one of the key buildings on the Port Phillip Bay side of Hexton was Vernon Towers, which I read to my astonishment was funded by a wealthy nobleman named Aaron De Montague. I couldn’t find out much about the De Montague family or their history in Australia, but I was beginning to think it must have been the same family as the De Montague whom I had met. Von Marrickville describe Vernon Towers as an ‘occult conduit’ and layered it with engraved symbology. He suffered a tragic fate, and wound up raving as an inmate in Bourkeley Asylum.
Since reading the diary, I have begun to experience strange anomaly. I visited Vernon towers myself, looking for a particular architectural feature. To my surprise and terror I saw one of the green glyphs mentioned by Dimitrije.
I tried to track down De Montage, however have not seen him since that odd encounter. Searching for families of that name, the only people I could come across in Hexton was a family living in Brunswick. When I went to visit I found them to be a strange family of Indonesians who incidentally suffered from an unusual diverse range of diseases. The youngest daughter suffered autism, whilst her brother was an extreme Down syndrome case, and the mother herself had mental health issues. I concluded that these De Montagues probably bore no relation to the man I had met, if indeed he hadn’t lied about his name.
Then there was the day I found that bizarre egg. It was about the size of a milk carton, all speckled and grey, but it was broken in half, as though it had hatched. Yet I was positive no animal could have produced the egg, and could only assume that it was a student art project or installation of some kind. In any case, it seemed unrelated to the other strange occurrences.
I feel as though my sanity has completely abandoned me, torn more and more towards the point of collapse. Leisdadt has sold the Serbian’s property, and I haven’t been to work for a week, for fear of the consequences with my boss.
But worse, I’ve started to smell a.... to sense something. Something that I recognise from Dimitrije’s descriptions in his diary. How is it possible to sense the form of something that you have never seen. To know it sometime. To dream of a shrieking thing that soars through a red sky.
That mosquito like head. Immense lizard like body, bone and ribs, like a sharks egg. Black leather wings.
There was a brown parcel that arrived in the mail. The statue inside matches the description given by Dimitrije. It’s so hideously disfigured. Does it represent the swimming demon in my dreams?
I examined the edges closely, and the inscription which seems to be flecked with blood. Could it be the murder weapon they used to bludgeon the Serbian? What of his shredded corpse, what tore his body apart? As I sit, hailed up in my lounge room trying to distract my mind with escapist television, and recording this journal on my IPad. I fear something unfathomable which seeks my destruction.
I can hear noises, am I hallucinating?
Dear God! That banging outside the house.
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Subreddit Stats: beermoney posts from 2017-12-31 to 2018-01-30 10:33 PDT

Period: 29.56 days
Submissions Comments
Total 225 4820
Rate (per day) 7.61 157.10
Unique Redditors 196 1680
Combined Score 7042 13651

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 472 points, 1 submission: cancerofpassion
    1. If you're thinking of selling your old devices for money, think twice before using Decluttr (472 points, 51 comments)
  2. 367 points, 1 submission: ProudOwl
    1. Accidentally made $5 and developed from there to over $1000 last month - anyone can do it - AMA (367 points, 220 comments)
  3. 352 points, 1 submission: thelaughingcactus
    1. YouTube has changed their monetization policy. If you've got a channel generating revenue passively, you may lose monetization [Link Included]. (352 points, 204 comments)
  4. 328 points, 1 submission: bengael
    1. Can we stop with the cryptocurrency posts? (328 points, 66 comments)
  5. 284 points, 1 submission: CodeSpent
    1. Uber for Tech Support $300 monthly average (284 points, 67 comments)
  6. 232 points, 1 submission: themightyox
    1. Who Paid You FoIn December. Here is my list (232 points, 66 comments)
  7. 228 points, 1 submission: timmymacapone
    1. I made +$20 000 in revenue since July 2017 selling apparel with Printful & Redbubble (228 points, 133 comments)
  8. 227 points, 1 submission: JacobDefinedCrowd
    1. Question Generation (Writing!) $8 to $16/hour ($0.14 per question) - Native US English Only (227 points, 140 comments)
  9. 204 points, 1 submission: Dryveways
    1. If you have an unused parking space in your driveway, list it on Dryveways to start making some extra beer money. App is available on iTunes & Google Play Store. (204 points, 32 comments)
  10. 204 points, 1 submission: yoasiango
    1. [ADVICE]Beware of answering the surveys that ask you who your best friend is or what your mother's maiden name is... (204 points, 17 comments)
  11. 177 points, 1 submission: dondonchacha
    1. Skillup.com, a free platform for teaching others your skills and earning money. (177 points, 50 comments)
  12. 159 points, 1 submission: awesometankguy12
    1. Discounted/Free Steam Games (159 points, 29 comments)
  13. 148 points, 1 submission: chooseyourusername17
    1. Check your Google Google Opinion Rewards credits. They now expire after 1 year from the day you earned them (148 points, 67 comments)
  14. 132 points, 1 submission: ThedudeabidesWR
    1. College student starting a crypto exchange. Answer some questions and you might win a $50 Amazon gift card! (132 points, 130 comments)
  15. 116 points, 1 submission: mshneider
    1. Earn extra $$$ while driving around via PAYVER (116 points, 63 comments)
  16. 92 points, 4 submissions: trap_344
    1. Do i have pay taxes on my beermoney if im 14 (61 points, 71 comments)
    2. Is checkpoints dead , had 3 devices run it for about 8 hours earned 34 points (15 points, 18 comments)
    3. What do you use your beermoney for , i use mine for gold silver and collectiable currencie. (11 points, 39 comments)
    4. Is feature points dead , getting no apps to download (5 points, 9 comments)
  17. 89 points, 1 submission: RigbyAtNight
    1. [Review] - Earning money using Photoshop skills on the Mendr app (89 points, 16 comments)
  18. 89 points, 1 submission: stolencatkarma
    1. One year with Google survey. $15.80 (89 points, 66 comments)
  19. 86 points, 1 submission: Ramsari
    1. I feel scammed by Zap Surveys (Spent 8 hours, got no reward yet) (86 points, 15 comments)
  20. 83 points, 1 submission: boboyt
    1. Groupon Student Program (83 points, 15 comments)
  21. 81 points, 1 submission: Golden_Miner_Mod
    1. Have a decent GPU that goes unused primarily? Mine a gpu only coin such as vertcoin! (81 points, 89 comments)
  22. 81 points, 1 submission: Sub-Surge
    1. About filing your tax return (U.S.) (81 points, 104 comments)
  23. 78 points, 1 submission: anonymous-bot
    1. I finally reached 20K points in the Panel App! (78 points, 23 comments)
  24. 77 points, 1 submission: therealduude
    1. I have an iPad one. Is there anything i can use on it for a passive income? (77 points, 121 comments)
  25. 75 points, 1 submission: VeganMinecraft
    1. $$ Craigslist Studies $$ (75 points, 15 comments)
  26. 75 points, 1 submission: cazaputas41
    1. Make money on Spare5 i've made 45$ in one week (75 points, 51 comments)
  27. 72 points, 1 submission: Natethegreat10
    1. Stellar Cryptocurrency (72 points, 47 comments)
  28. 66 points, 5 submissions: adriansoft
    1. has anyone used Walmart Pay to stack eGiftcards? (30 points, 27 comments)
    2. quick survey, 25 cents via pp. (12 points, 10 comments)
    3. $100 Usability Study (11 points, 6 comments)
    4. Literal beermoney class action lawsuit. $2 gift card to Burger King.. (10 points, 7 comments)
    5. Product Report Card = Scam (3 points, 4 comments)
  29. 65 points, 3 submissions: Threw_it_to_ground
    1. New Requirements For The Referral Contest (27 points, 59 comments)
    2. Cryptocoin Airdrop/ICO/Referral Link Posts Only Allowed In The Megathread (25 points, 11 comments)
    3. Beermoney Weekly Discussion Jan-29 - Feb-4th (13 points, 80 comments)
  30. 60 points, 2 submissions: pete_the_mouse
    1. HQ Trivia and it’s Knockoffs (Updated) (36 points, 39 comments)
    2. Earn Money By Answering Live Trivia (HQ Trivia Ripoffs) (24 points, 21 comments)
  31. 60 points, 1 submission: kanundrum1134
    1. GetReferred.com - Post all of your referral codes here for everyone to see! (60 points, 61 comments)
  32. 59 points, 2 submissions: Fishering
    1. Let's talk about Qriket Again. Is it worth it now? The results probably won't shock you. (59 points, 20 comments)
    2. I won $20 CAD on Qriket (0 points, 5 comments)
  33. 58 points, 1 submission: markmore679
    1. Beer money services that aren't brain numbing? (58 points, 66 comments)
  34. 55 points, 3 submissions: HolidayWriterForHire
    1. UserTesting I Can't Qualify For A Single Test (36 points, 21 comments)
    2. I'm at my witt's end with you prizerebel (13 points, 37 comments)
    3. Another Great UserTesting Screener (6 points, 13 comments)
  35. 51 points, 1 submission: horrornerd
    1. if you solved captcha for Raiblocks and forgot about them.. (51 points, 12 comments)
  36. 49 points, 1 submission: Super_Rosie
    1. How much have you made in 2017? (49 points, 83 comments)
  37. 49 points, 1 submission: summit122
    1. Do not use CryptoSpout.com (49 points, 49 comments)
  38. 48 points, 2 submissions: Karikare
    1. $10 Sam’s Club gift card for first time purchase (46 points, 6 comments)
    2. I searched this before posting it. Last time someone mentioned that this deal was removed from ibotta. I think it’s been back for (2 points, 0 comments)
  39. 47 points, 1 submission: Sarmathal
    1. Survey makers that disqualify you at the end of the survey, why do you do this? (47 points, 23 comments)
  40. 46 points, 1 submission: Semen-Thrower
    1. For those who own/owned any bitcoin back in August, 2017, you are eligible for Bitcoin forks worth about 20% value of the BTC you had (46 points, 54 comments)
  41. 45 points, 1 submission: EmperorXenu
    1. Are there any passive (e.g. continuous video watching) that play nice with an emulator like Nox, so it can simply be run on a PC? (45 points, 14 comments)
  42. 45 points, 1 submission: TheSuperSagor
    1. What is the hardest way to make money online? (45 points, 31 comments)
  43. 44 points, 1 submission: rumplenater
    1. Has anyone seen themightyox? (44 points, 11 comments)
  44. 41 points, 2 submissions: zoiggy
    1. Amazon Alexa promotion question (24 points, 12 comments)
    2. Check your emails to see if you qualified for the hoodie (17 points, 14 comments)
  45. 38 points, 1 submission: Billyperks
    1. Receipt Hog (38 points, 22 comments)
  46. 38 points, 1 submission: jimmcfartypants
    1. Sign up and get 5 EZtokens free ($5 USD) (38 points, 48 comments)
  47. 33 points, 1 submission: PlaytestCloud
    1. Test unreleased mobile games for the game developers! (33 points, 52 comments)
  48. 33 points, 1 submission: lonestarz01
    1. Walgreens Question (33 points, 5 comments)
  49. 32 points, 2 submissions: 1gpayAtinlay
    1. sola.ai, a site similar to Steemit (27 points, 6 comments)
    2. Monetizing a cryptocurrency-based Instagram page. (5 points, 15 comments)
  50. 32 points, 1 submission: mojomikey
    1. P&G looking for paid panelists (32 points, 3 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. adriansoft (378 points, 25 comments)
  2. ProudOwl (315 points, 99 comments)
  3. nd130903 (289 points, 79 comments)
  4. themightyox (266 points, 33 comments)
  5. Enigmius1 (253 points, 82 comments)
  6. Justanothernolifer (220 points, 5 comments)
  7. EL_Tirano (173 points, 1 comment)
  8. alzee76 (172 points, 14 comments)
  9. timmymacapone (138 points, 27 comments)
  10. ed1380 (132 points, 4 comments)
  11. roads30 (125 points, 62 comments)
  12. Bzttid (119 points, 12 comments)
  13. Mikazah (103 points, 36 comments)
  14. Sub-Surge (101 points, 40 comments)
  15. cybermistt (97 points, 10 comments)
  16. elpeatonlf (97 points, 8 comments)
  17. armyguyinpa (91 points, 22 comments)
  18. CodeSpent (90 points, 19 comments)
  19. broomlad (90 points, 4 comments)
  20. MidgardWyrm (89 points, 13 comments)
  21. Nettleberry (88 points, 1 comment)
  22. thelaughingcactus (85 points, 12 comments)
  23. toxic08 (80 points, 3 comments)
  24. JasonMckennan5425234 (79 points, 33 comments)
  25. pete_the_mouse (79 points, 20 comments)
  26. komentra (76 points, 10 comments)
  27. chickennuggetyummy (74 points, 10 comments)
  28. jjharkan (72 points, 24 comments)
  29. PureGold07 (71 points, 7 comments)
  30. Threw_it_to_ground (69 points, 39 comments)
  31. Semen-Thrower (69 points, 22 comments)
  32. kevinstonge (69 points, 3 comments)
  33. ThedudeabidesWR (67 points, 11 comments)
  34. ChaosZeroX (66 points, 17 comments)
  35. cancerofpassion (66 points, 8 comments)
  36. StimulisRK (66 points, 3 comments)
  37. JacobDefinedCrowd (65 points, 50 comments)
  38. cazaputas41 (65 points, 15 comments)
  39. FlippinWaffles (62 points, 3 comments)
  40. sockpuppets (61 points, 1 comment)
  41. EricFarmer7 (59 points, 7 comments)
  42. MsLT (57 points, 13 comments)
  43. oh-wtf (55 points, 1 comment)
  44. ktodd087 (54 points, 2 comments)
  45. deadfire55 (53 points, 1 comment)
  46. JOJOawestruck (51 points, 26 comments)
  47. holmesksp (51 points, 2 comments)
  48. solly93 (49 points, 1 comment)
  49. sfcitylights (48 points, 2 comments)
  50. GrindabuckOfficial (47 points, 14 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. If you're thinking of selling your old devices for money, think twice before using Decluttr by cancerofpassion (472 points, 51 comments)
  2. Accidentally made $5 and developed from there to over $1000 last month - anyone can do it - AMA by ProudOwl (367 points, 220 comments)
  3. YouTube has changed their monetization policy. If you've got a channel generating revenue passively, you may lose monetization [Link Included]. by thelaughingcactus (352 points, 204 comments)
  4. Can we stop with the cryptocurrency posts? by bengael (328 points, 66 comments)
  5. Uber for Tech Support $300 monthly average by CodeSpent (284 points, 67 comments)
  6. Who Paid You FoIn December. Here is my list by themightyox (232 points, 66 comments)
  7. I made +$20 000 in revenue since July 2017 selling apparel with Printful & Redbubble by timmymacapone (228 points, 133 comments)
  8. Question Generation (Writing!) $8 to $16/hour ($0.14 per question) - Native US English Only by JacobDefinedCrowd (227 points, 140 comments)
  9. If you have an unused parking space in your driveway, list it on Dryveways to start making some extra beer money. App is available on iTunes & Google Play Store. by Dryveways (204 points, 32 comments)
  10. [ADVICE]Beware of answering the surveys that ask you who your best friend is or what your mother's maiden name is... by yoasiango (204 points, 17 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 290 points: adriansoft's comment in If you're thinking of selling your old devices for money, think twice before using Decluttr
  2. 217 points: Justanothernolifer's comment in YouTube has changed their monetization policy. If you've got a channel generating revenue passively, you may lose monetization [Link Included].
  3. 173 points: EL_Tirano's comment in If you have an unused parking space in your driveway, list it on Dryveways to start making some extra beer money. App is available on iTunes & Google Play Store.
  4. 133 points: deleted's comment in What is the hardest way to make money online?
  5. 99 points: ed1380's comment in What is the hardest way to make money online?
  6. 88 points: Nettleberry's comment in If you're thinking of selling your old devices for money, think twice before using Decluttr
  7. 76 points: cybermistt's comment in Beer money services that aren't brain numbing?
  8. 75 points: themightyox's comment in Who Paid You FoIn December. Here is my list
  9. 73 points: toxic08's comment in YouTube has changed their monetization policy. If you've got a channel generating revenue passively, you may lose monetization [Link Included].
  10. 72 points: elpeatonlf's comment in I made +$20 000 in revenue since July 2017 selling apparel with Printful & Redbubble
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Subreddit Stats: beermoney posts from 2017-12-31 to 2018-01-30 14:37 PDT

Period: 29.72 days
Submissions Comments
Total 226 4844
Rate (per day) 7.60 157.81
Unique Redditors 197 1692
Combined Score 7093 13870

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 464 points, 1 submission: cancerofpassion
    1. If you're thinking of selling your old devices for money, think twice before using Decluttr (464 points, 51 comments)
  2. 371 points, 1 submission: ProudOwl
    1. Accidentally made $5 and developed from there to over $1000 last month - anyone can do it - AMA (371 points, 220 comments)
  3. 350 points, 1 submission: thelaughingcactus
    1. YouTube has changed their monetization policy. If you've got a channel generating revenue passively, you may lose monetization [Link Included]. (350 points, 204 comments)
  4. 327 points, 1 submission: bengael
    1. Can we stop with the cryptocurrency posts? (327 points, 66 comments)
  5. 291 points, 1 submission: CodeSpent
    1. Uber for Tech Support $300 monthly average (291 points, 67 comments)
  6. 230 points, 1 submission: JacobDefinedCrowd
    1. Question Generation (Writing!) $8 to $16/hour ($0.14 per question) - Native US English Only (230 points, 140 comments)
  7. 227 points, 1 submission: themightyox
    1. Who Paid You FoIn December. Here is my list (227 points, 66 comments)
  8. 227 points, 1 submission: timmymacapone
    1. I made +$20 000 in revenue since July 2017 selling apparel with Printful & Redbubble (227 points, 133 comments)
  9. 205 points, 1 submission: Dryveways
    1. If you have an unused parking space in your driveway, list it on Dryveways to start making some extra beer money. App is available on iTunes & Google Play Store. (205 points, 32 comments)
  10. 203 points, 1 submission: yoasiango
    1. [ADVICE]Beware of answering the surveys that ask you who your best friend is or what your mother's maiden name is... (203 points, 17 comments)
  11. 179 points, 1 submission: dondonchacha
    1. Skillup.com, a free platform for teaching others your skills and earning money. (179 points, 50 comments)
  12. 156 points, 1 submission: awesometankguy12
    1. Discounted/Free Steam Games (156 points, 29 comments)
  13. 147 points, 1 submission: chooseyourusername17
    1. Check your Google Google Opinion Rewards credits. They now expire after 1 year from the day you earned them (147 points, 67 comments)
  14. 135 points, 1 submission: ThedudeabidesWR
    1. College student starting a crypto exchange. Answer some questions and you might win a $50 Amazon gift card! (135 points, 130 comments)
  15. 112 points, 1 submission: mshneider
    1. Earn extra $$$ while driving around via PAYVER (112 points, 63 comments)
  16. 91 points, 4 submissions: trap_344
    1. Do i have pay taxes on my beermoney if im 14 (63 points, 71 comments)
    2. Is checkpoints dead , had 3 devices run it for about 8 hours earned 34 points (13 points, 18 comments)
    3. What do you use your beermoney for , i use mine for gold silver and collectiable currencie. (10 points, 39 comments)
    4. Is feature points dead , getting no apps to download (5 points, 9 comments)
  17. 90 points, 1 submission: stolencatkarma
    1. One year with Google survey. $15.80 (90 points, 66 comments)
  18. 87 points, 1 submission: RigbyAtNight
    1. [Review] - Earning money using Photoshop skills on the Mendr app (87 points, 16 comments)
  19. 86 points, 1 submission: Golden_Miner_Mod
    1. Have a decent GPU that goes unused primarily? Mine a gpu only coin such as vertcoin! (86 points, 89 comments)
  20. 82 points, 1 submission: Sub-Surge
    1. About filing your tax return (U.S.) (82 points, 104 comments)
  21. 80 points, 1 submission: Ramsari
    1. I feel scammed by Zap Surveys (Spent 8 hours, got no reward yet) (80 points, 15 comments)
  22. 80 points, 1 submission: anonymous-bot
    1. I finally reached 20K points in the Panel App! (80 points, 23 comments)
  23. 80 points, 1 submission: boboyt
    1. Groupon Student Program (80 points, 15 comments)
  24. 78 points, 1 submission: VeganMinecraft
    1. $$ Craigslist Studies $$ (78 points, 15 comments)
  25. 76 points, 1 submission: Natethegreat10
    1. Stellar Cryptocurrency (76 points, 47 comments)
  26. 76 points, 1 submission: therealduude
    1. I have an iPad one. Is there anything i can use on it for a passive income? (76 points, 121 comments)
  27. 73 points, 1 submission: cazaputas41
    1. Make money on Spare5 i've made 45$ in one week (73 points, 51 comments)
  28. 64 points, 3 submissions: Threw_it_to_ground
    1. New Requirements For The Referral Contest (27 points, 59 comments)
    2. Cryptocoin Airdrop/ICO/Referral Link Posts Only Allowed In The Megathread (24 points, 11 comments)
    3. Beermoney Weekly Discussion Jan-29 - Feb-4th (13 points, 81 comments)
  29. 64 points, 1 submission: PactWork
    1. [Hiring] US English transcribers needed | Work-from-home (64 points, 27 comments)
  30. 63 points, 5 submissions: adriansoft
    1. has anyone used Walmart Pay to stack eGiftcards? (28 points, 27 comments)
    2. quick survey, 25 cents via pp. (13 points, 10 comments)
    3. $100 Usability Study (11 points, 6 comments)
    4. Literal beermoney class action lawsuit. $2 gift card to Burger King.. (10 points, 7 comments)
    5. Product Report Card = Scam (1 point, 4 comments)
  31. 60 points, 2 submissions: pete_the_mouse
    1. HQ Trivia and it’s Knockoffs (Updated) (34 points, 39 comments)
    2. Earn Money By Answering Live Trivia (HQ Trivia Ripoffs) (26 points, 21 comments)
  32. 59 points, 2 submissions: Fishering
    1. Let's talk about Qriket Again. Is it worth it now? The results probably won't shock you. (59 points, 20 comments)
    2. I won $20 CAD on Qriket (0 points, 5 comments)
  33. 58 points, 1 submission: kanundrum1134
    1. GetReferred.com - Post all of your referral codes here for everyone to see! (58 points, 61 comments)
  34. 55 points, 2 submissions: Karikare
    1. $10 Sam’s Club gift card for first time purchase (51 points, 6 comments)
    2. I searched this before posting it. Last time someone mentioned that this deal was removed from ibotta. I think it’s been back for (4 points, 0 comments)
  35. 53 points, 1 submission: markmore679
    1. Beer money services that aren't brain numbing? (53 points, 66 comments)
  36. 52 points, 3 submissions: HolidayWriterForHire
    1. UserTesting I Can't Qualify For A Single Test (35 points, 21 comments)
    2. I'm at my witt's end with you prizerebel (13 points, 37 comments)
    3. Another Great UserTesting Screener (4 points, 13 comments)
  37. 49 points, 1 submission: Super_Rosie
    1. How much have you made in 2017? (49 points, 83 comments)
  38. 49 points, 1 submission: horrornerd
    1. if you solved captcha for Raiblocks and forgot about them.. (49 points, 12 comments)
  39. 49 points, 1 submission: summit122
    1. Do not use CryptoSpout.com (49 points, 49 comments)
  40. 47 points, 1 submission: EmperorXenu
    1. Are there any passive (e.g. continuous video watching) that play nice with an emulator like Nox, so it can simply be run on a PC? (47 points, 14 comments)
  41. 47 points, 1 submission: Sarmathal
    1. Survey makers that disqualify you at the end of the survey, why do you do this? (47 points, 23 comments)
  42. 44 points, 1 submission: TheSuperSagor
    1. What is the hardest way to make money online? (44 points, 31 comments)
  43. 43 points, 1 submission: rumplenater
    1. Has anyone seen themightyox? (43 points, 11 comments)
  44. 41 points, 2 submissions: zoiggy
    1. Amazon Alexa promotion question (25 points, 12 comments)
    2. Check your emails to see if you qualified for the hoodie (16 points, 14 comments)
  45. 41 points, 1 submission: Semen-Thrower
    1. For those who own/owned any bitcoin back in August, 2017, you are eligible for Bitcoin forks worth about 20% value of the BTC you had (41 points, 54 comments)
  46. 38 points, 1 submission: jimmcfartypants
    1. Sign up and get 5 EZtokens free ($5 USD) (38 points, 48 comments)
  47. 35 points, 1 submission: mojomikey
    1. P&G looking for paid panelists (35 points, 3 comments)
  48. 32 points, 1 submission: Billyperks
    1. Receipt Hog (32 points, 22 comments)
  49. 32 points, 1 submission: Yemen4u2
    1. Is anything paying out right now? (32 points, 47 comments)
  50. 32 points, 1 submission: armyguyinpa
    1. Hq trivia now on android (32 points, 55 comments)
  51. 32 points, 1 submission: chachingnine
    1. Is the referral contest dead? (32 points, 4 comments)
  52. 31 points, 1 submission: PlaytestCloud
    1. Test unreleased mobile games for the game developers! (31 points, 52 comments)
  53. 30 points, 1 submission: MoustacheSpy
    1. Where can I buy a amazon.com (US) gift card, using paypal located outside of the US? (30 points, 34 comments)
  54. 29 points, 1 submission: lonestarz01
    1. Walgreens Question (29 points, 5 comments)
  55. 28 points, 2 submissions: 1gpayAtinlay
    1. sola.ai, a site similar to Steemit (25 points, 6 comments)
    2. Monetizing a cryptocurrency-based Instagram page. (3 points, 15 comments)
  56. 27 points, 1 submission: Diego2810
    1. Prolific [surveys] launched a new site, they are giving away $5 to every new user (first 1000) (27 points, 96 comments)
  57. 27 points, 1 submission: arise_chckn
    1. Screwed over by Branded Surveys (27 points, 17 comments)
  58. 26 points, 2 submissions: srach
    1. Free food from territoryfoods through Jan 18 (certain areas only) (25 points, 25 comments)
    2. Beermoney and taxes (1 point, 28 comments)
  59. 26 points, 1 submission: anonymouss3221
    1. Survey site allowing you control over what surveys you get? (26 points, 18 comments)
  60. 25 points, 1 submission: eriffodrol
    1. pizza hut super bowl giveaway 2-4 (25 points, 14 comments)
  61. 24 points, 1 submission: Im_BrokeForever
    1. [Canada only] Loblaws is offering $25 GC to anyone who has bought bread products from them from 2002 to 2015. (24 points, 5 comments)
  62. 22 points, 2 submissions: GrindabuckOfficial
    1. New Crypto Rewards: Grindabuck just added Litecoin, Ethereum and Bitcoin Cash! (22 points, 48 comments)
    2. Grindabuck Week is now live for the month of January! (0 points, 3 comments)
  63. 22 points, 1 submission: Blackout797
    1. PSA: Third batch of $5 Amazon Gift Cards from the Bestow referral program rolling out! Check your emails. (22 points, 10 comments)
  64. 22 points, 1 submission: MeatBrick64
    1. PayPal users check your email - 10-15 minute survey paid out in a $5 Starbucks gift card (22 points, 15 comments)
  65. 22 points, 1 submission: Sk8rToon
    1. Now that mPoints is officially dead, is there a good replacement? (22 points, 9 comments)
  66. 21 points, 3 submissions: TheWriter_21
    1. Surveys/Studies/Sites (16 points, 7 comments)
    2. Where can I find craigslist studies that pay a lot? (5 points, 29 comments)
    3. Survey sites like qualtrics (0 points, 13 comments)
  67. 21 points, 1 submission: SimpleMinded101
    1. Check out Vid.Social, it remonetizes FB or YT videos.. All you do is share and earn. Link inside.. (21 points, 12 comments)
  68. 20 points, 1 submission: Buxom_And_TheBalm
    1. Difficulty redeeming gifthulk giftcard (20 points, 2 comments)
  69. 20 points, 1 submission: Preparation_H_
    1. Passive income for Canadians! :/ (20 points, 12 comments)
  70. 20 points, 1 submission: imadeanewone1234
    1. What are the best iOS apps for surveys? (20 points, 16 comments)
  71. 20 points, 1 submission: thotimusprime69
    1. iPhone Flipping? (20 points, 25 comments)
  72. 19 points, 1 submission: SteeIy
    1. MS Rewards 12 months of Xbox Live now costs only 20,300! Get it while it's hot!!! (19 points, 10 comments)
  73. 19 points, 1 submission: pinoypayter
    1. Live Trivia Apps that pay! - HQ & other alternatives (19 points, 26 comments)
  74. 19 points, 1 submission: wbhyatt
    1. Just discovered PrizeRebel. Is it worth it? (19 points, 41 comments)
  75. 18 points, 2 submissions: chrisfuccione
    1. Insta GC down for maintenance from 1/14 10pm to 1/15 8am (9 points, 24 comments)
    2. Question on Prolific's new payout method. (9 points, 10 comments)
  76. 18 points, 1 submission: ChicagoGreenRiver
    1. Paid Market Research Study on Budget Traveling - Fieldwork Chicago (18 points, 5 comments)
  77. 18 points, 1 submission: ILaughAtFunnyShit
    1. Anyone else suddenly receive a ton of surveys through Google Opinion Rewards? (18 points, 27 comments)
  78. 18 points, 1 submission: Iwillpickonelater
    1. Teaching English Online (18 points, 17 comments)
  79. 18 points, 1 submission: asphx
    1. HypeWatching.com - rewards for guessing new trends/hypes (18 points, 11 comments)
  80. 18 points, 1 submission: brownlegend
    1. Canadian apps (18 points, 11 comments)
  81. 17 points, 1 submission: Jana123FJ
    1. Phone farming (17 points, 13 comments)
  82. 17 points, 1 submission: WritingPromptsAccy
    1. Do you guys know of any t-shirt designing/sale sites that allow for a full range printing? (17 points, 4 comments)
  83. 17 points, 1 submission: morecrazythanyou
    1. Any alternative for Crowdtap (17 points, 5 comments)
  84. 17 points, 1 submission: redawl
    1. Tips for using red bubble? (17 points, 25 comments)
  85. 16 points, 1 submission: Lemin86
    1. Best receipt scanning apps right now? (16 points, 27 comments)
  86. 16 points, 1 submission: djgameplay2k1
    1. New GPT site (Complete offers to earn points) (16 points, 65 comments)
  87. 16 points, 1 submission: harshgoyal1997
    1. Need Invitation from registered Crossmedia US Audience Beta Users (16 points, 43 comments)
  88. 16 points, 1 submission: svxvh
    1. Where to find tutoring and editing gigs? (16 points, 13 comments)
  89. 15 points, 1 submission: learingthree
    1. Websites that give a Daily Login Bonus? (2018) (15 points, 42 comments)
  90. 14 points, 2 submissions: killapanda5280
    1. How to get phone to stay on (12 points, 11 comments)
    2. Optimizing FireFox or Chrome for KoinMe (2 points, 9 comments)
  91. 14 points, 1 submission: Mkap1
    1. Screenwise Select Panel question (14 points, 17 comments)
  92. 14 points, 1 submission: SAA025
    1. Progress bars in surveys (14 points, 3 comments)
  93. 14 points, 1 submission: kylekirknyc
    1. Now that Myappaware.com is officially out of business, where can I make beer money reviewing iOS apps? (14 points, 8 comments)
  94. 13 points, 2 submissions: Crazybarb
    1. has anyone done the boxed deal through SB and seen a credit on Drop Yet? (9 points, 6 comments)
    2. Wondough?? (4 points, 3 comments)
  95. 13 points, 1 submission: Bruinsrock11
    1. Coke Rewards Amazon cards only for Christmas time? (13 points, 23 comments)
  96. 13 points, 1 submission: CryptoBobs
    1. Is perk dead? (13 points, 18 comments)
  97. 12 points, 2 submissions: DBcartera
    1. FREE Aelf Tokens (already on exchange and trading) (10 points, 55 comments)
    2. IOS airdrop and already on the market (2 points, 15 comments)
  98. 12 points, 1 submission: Hello661
    1. Lootpalace was hacked (12 points, 8 comments)
  99. 12 points, 1 submission: frugalfinances
    1. Gas Rebates - GetUpside Launching in Miami (12 points, 1 comment)
  100. 11 points, 1 submission: Moneyekim
    1. I have a TON of old receipts. Are there any websites that would pay me for them? Or are they too old? (11 points, 11 comments)

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  1. adriansoft (384 points, 25 comments)
  2. ProudOwl (315 points, 99 comments)
  3. nd130903 (291 points, 79 comments)
  4. themightyox (257 points, 33 comments)
  5. Enigmius1 (253 points, 82 comments)
  6. Justanothernolifer (226 points, 5 comments)
  7. EL_Tirano (176 points, 1 comment)
  8. alzee76 (169 points, 14 comments)
  9. timmymacapone (136 points, 27 comments)
  10. ed1380 (131 points, 4 comments)
  11. roads30 (126 points, 62 comments)
  12. Bzttid (112 points, 12 comments)
  13. Mikazah (110 points, 36 comments)
  14. cybermistt (103 points, 10 comments)
  15. Sub-Surge (102 points, 40 comments)
  16. elpeatonlf (95 points, 8 comments)
  17. CodeSpent (94 points, 19 comments)
  18. Nettleberry (89 points, 1 comment)
  19. Jimjongjung (87 points, 4 comments)
  20. broomlad (87 points, 4 comments)
  21. armyguyinpa (86 points, 22 comments)
  22. MidgardWyrm (86 points, 13 comments)
  23. JasonMckennan5425234 (82 points, 33 comments)
  24. thelaughingcactus (82 points, 12 comments)
  25. toxic08 (81 points, 3 comments)
  26. pete_the_mouse (79 points, 20 comments)
  27. komentra (77 points, 10 comments)
  28. jjharkan (74 points, 24 comments)
  29. Semen-Thrower (72 points, 22 comments)
  30. chickennuggetyummy (71 points, 10 comments)
  31. Threw_it_to_ground (70 points, 40 comments)
  32. FlippinWaffles (70 points, 3 comments)
  33. ChaosZeroX (69 points, 17 comments)
  34. ThedudeabidesWR (69 points, 11 comments)
  35. JacobDefinedCrowd (68 points, 50 comments)
  36. cancerofpassion (68 points, 8 comments)
  37. PureGold07 (67 points, 7 comments)
  38. StimulisRK (67 points, 3 comments)
  39. kevinstonge (66 points, 3 comments)
  40. cazaputas41 (63 points, 15 comments)
  41. sockpuppets (62 points, 1 comment)
  42. EricFarmer7 (60 points, 7 comments)
  43. MsLT (56 points, 13 comments)
  44. deadfire55 (55 points, 1 comment)
  45. oh-wtf (55 points, 1 comment)
  46. ktodd087 (52 points, 2 comments)
  47. JOJOawestruck (51 points, 26 comments)
  48. holmesksp (50 points, 2 comments)
  49. sfcitylights (50 points, 2 comments)
  50. solly93 (50 points, 1 comment)
  51. jump101 (47 points, 30 comments)
  52. zarraza2k (46 points, 21 comments)
  53. CanfieldOO7 (45 points, 34 comments)
  54. markmore679 (44 points, 5 comments)
  55. kanundrum1134 (43 points, 22 comments)
  56. GrindabuckOfficial (43 points, 14 comments)
  57. Auntie_B (43 points, 7 comments)
  58. Honkmaster (43 points, 4 comments)
  59. ZeroCoolFarmer (42 points, 13 comments)
  60. craftsntowers (42 points, 5 comments)
  61. r_sarvas (41 points, 23 comments)
  62. TBWolf (41 points, 4 comments)
  63. dondonchacha (40 points, 23 comments)
  64. SometimesIgorina (39 points, 25 comments)
  65. AnotherSupportMain (38 points, 17 comments)
  66. godfrauder (38 points, 1 comment)
  67. iAmAwesom3 (37 points, 4 comments)
  68. GreatCatch (37 points, 1 comment)
  69. yash1994 (35 points, 24 comments)
  70. Golden_Miner_Mod (35 points, 19 comments)
  71. Confirmatory (35 points, 7 comments)
  72. Chonjacki (35 points, 1 comment)
  73. DreamWithinAMatrix (35 points, 1 comment)
  74. shayKyarbouti (34 points, 12 comments)
  75. barrybulsara (34 points, 3 comments)
  76. specu12 (33 points, 28 comments)
  77. Mercwithapen (33 points, 17 comments)
  78. toodleoo77 (33 points, 16 comments)
  79. Crazybarb (33 points, 9 comments)
  80. histronic (33 points, 3 comments)
  81. Valalvax (32 points, 9 comments)
  82. _neminem (32 points, 9 comments)
  83. quickclickz (32 points, 8 comments)
  84. beermoney313 (32 points, 4 comments)
  85. TheMmaMagician (32 points, 2 comments)
  86. anonymous-bot (31 points, 6 comments)
  87. skeleton_irl (31 points, 1 comment)
  88. TheWriter_21 (30 points, 22 comments)
  89. bbh1nz (30 points, 6 comments)
  90. scrollbreak (29 points, 14 comments)
  91. play_it_safe (29 points, 11 comments)
  92. F1r3tar (29 points, 4 comments)
  93. KudagFirefist (29 points, 2 comments)
  94. webdevop (29 points, 1 comment)
  95. Fishering (27 points, 21 comments)
  96. TechnicalIsle (27 points, 11 comments)
  97. DerReise (27 points, 7 comments)
  98. morecrazythanyou (27 points, 6 comments)
  99. HIGHIGHIGHIGHIGH (27 points, 1 comment)
  100. perko12 (26 points, 10 comments)

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  2. Accidentally made $5 and developed from there to over $1000 last month - anyone can do it - AMA by ProudOwl (371 points, 220 comments)
  3. YouTube has changed their monetization policy. If you've got a channel generating revenue passively, you may lose monetization [Link Included]. by thelaughingcactus (350 points, 204 comments)
  4. Can we stop with the cryptocurrency posts? by bengael (327 points, 66 comments)
  5. Uber for Tech Support $300 monthly average by CodeSpent (291 points, 67 comments)
  6. Question Generation (Writing!) $8 to $16/hour ($0.14 per question) - Native US English Only by JacobDefinedCrowd (230 points, 140 comments)
  7. I made +$20 000 in revenue since July 2017 selling apparel with Printful & Redbubble by timmymacapone (227 points, 133 comments)
  8. Who Paid You FoIn December. Here is my list by themightyox (227 points, 66 comments)
  9. If you have an unused parking space in your driveway, list it on Dryveways to start making some extra beer money. App is available on iTunes & Google Play Store. by Dryveways (205 points, 32 comments)
  10. [ADVICE]Beware of answering the surveys that ask you who your best friend is or what your mother's maiden name is... by yoasiango (203 points, 17 comments)

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  7. 82 points: cybermistt's comment in Beer money services that aren't brain numbing?
  8. 75 points: toxic08's comment in YouTube has changed their monetization policy. If you've got a channel generating revenue passively, you may lose monetization [Link Included].
  9. 74 points: nd130903's comment in [ADVICE]Beware of answering the surveys that ask you who your best friend is or what your mother's maiden name is...
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