Blog post waarin ik een recente witwaszaak doorloop, met focus op wat tegenwoordig telt als bewijs voor het bezit / gebruik van bepaalde bitcoin adressen.
Helaas wordt nog steeds cluster analyse gebruikt en blijft het lastig om rechters uit te leggen wat het probleem daarmee is:
@ToneVays it would be great to have a dedicated iTunes for that series, so I don't have to write my own RSS feed proxy with a regex filter.
@NicolasDorier I will not miss "in case you missed it" -> *clicks see less often*
@TallTim Figured it out... You have to click on their username, then the dot menu on their profile allows you to hide the entire instance.
So since we are all on Mastodon now, you guys may be interested in reading about a culture war between different instances that happened last year. Quite a fascinating story
@sjors Python is my main thing -- which is probably why I could successfully delay for so long.
(plug: I teach a little Bitcoin programming course in Python right now. If you're curious, materials for first lesson: https://github.com/superquest/bitcoincorps/blob/master/1.%20Network%20Message%20Structure.ipynb)
Top 10 active instances of the hour:
And when you post a link to your new account, it's treated as a regular link and Amaroq opens Safari, which is then on a instance website that I don't have an account for, so I have to copy paste the URL, browse to my own instance and then follow from there. With a boost I can just click follow. UX needs some love.