Anonymous Cowards see him rolling.. They hating.
The summary clearly states inTERbreeding, the title turned it into inbreeding which is more or less the opposite. But this is Slashdot where the editors can't write and the posters can't read.
Big corporations are evil because they don't pay their taxes unless it's our pet company in which case it's all wine and roses.
Local backups should count towards the total.
After the dog result, they tried to study the effect of having a cat on lab mice but it ate them all. Extrapolating to humans the researchers posited hat cats are baby eating monsters and abandoned the study.
Losing money on paper to avoid having to pay their fair share of taxes.
the first is from Bruce, the second is from the CIA replicant sent to replace him, the third is a glitch caused by the NSA wiretap.
Somebody has to insert the typos into the summaries.
You hired! When can you start?
I suppose so. Here in the Netherlands you pay VAT on silver bullion but not on gold bullion. (Silver is treated as a commodity, gold is treated as money.)
I'm not 100% sure what our tax authorities think about cryptocurrencies, but if there is another price spike like the ones in April and November, I suppose I need to find out soon. And hire an accountant.
This Monopoly money is quickly turning into serious business.
Slashdot tip to brighten your day:
1. Get up.
2. Greet the first person you see with a compliment and a big smile.
3. If you're feeling adventurous give them a hug.
4. Report your findings here.
The majority of Dutch people are too nice and prefer to avoid violence, otherwise those rude dicks (and have quite a lot of them over here) would have been taught a quick and painful lesson in manners early on in life.
It doesn't help that some go on to careers in television of publicly degrading their fellow humans for entertainment and setting a bad example. (And before you complain that television is the same everywhere, remember that Big Brother and the majority of those shitty talent shows that followed it started out as Dutch exports from a company that's run by the biggest blowhard of all.)
I didn't even know that NASA held a raffle.
I was going to use it for barbecue parties. You guys were all invited.
Bitcoins are stored in adresses which have a private key associated with them. These address keypairs can be made on the fly by bitcoin wallets or wallet generators. Once you transfer coins into an address and the transaction is confirmed as legitimate it is recorded in the blockchain and from that moment on it is a matter of public record that address X contains Y bitcoins. If you want to transfer the coins out of the address you import the private key into wallet software and then you can spend it.
That address-key pair can be stored in an electronic wallet or be written down on a piece of paper. Paper wallet software does this for you and can conveniently add QR codes which saves you from typing in 50+ character keys. Those pieces of paper (or fancy metal tokens with a piece of paper glued on them) can be traded like collectible trading cards.
Everyone with access to the address can confirm that the bitcoins are in there, but only those with the private key can transfer money out.
He's handing out the public and private keys to bitcoin adresses with bitcoins stored in them. They are fancy paper wallets.