You’re a bus driver. At the first stop, you pick up 2 women and 3 men. And the second stop, a man, and a woman get off and a man gets one. At the third stop, all the remaining men from the
Puzzle: A man with a backpack on is dead in the middle of the desert with no footprints around him. How did he die? Please send your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org along with your ETH address to received 10k coins. Please add “Day
How often do we talk about scam when we talk generally about cryptos? We did a random sampling of all the tweets that our systems collect periodically, and below are the stats: Crypto based tweet distribution: How many of those are talking
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We applied Google’s word2vec model(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Word2vec) to generate word embeddings and find conceptually similar cryptocurrencies. We have used crypto’s whitepaper and website for training our neural network. Cryptos being used in similar context would end up closer to each other. Higher the score,
Bitwhite is a scam which claims to be backed by US Treasury!! Stay away from this crypto! They re-branded after being called out for scam https://bitfalls.com/2018/02/27/bitcoin-white-new-crypto-scam-horizon/ Official URL – https://bitwhite.org/ — Don’t visit
Apparently Waltonchain has been caught trying to fake winners in the contest it ran! Thanks everyone from capturing screenshot!
The Texas State Securities Board (TSSB) has issued yet another cease and desist order. This time around, the TSSB sent a cease and desist order to Panama based cryptocurrency exchange LeadInvest. The TSSB said it considers LeadInvest’s mining operations and trading platform
Watch out for verified accounts scamming! They just change the name after getting verified and twitter doesn’t validate again.
Thanks for all the feedback that you left for us on our subreddit for our website similarity post. We have created whitepaper analysis of ongoing ICOs as promised. The goal is to find plagiarism(copy+paste) of whitepapers. Similarity algorithm works by first finding