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  1. I had this on Chrome on PC. Cleared cookies on the site and it worked again, then I signed in again and it’s back to broken again.
  2. I would. Then I’d write the club an IOU and move to Barbados
  3. You can "see" that eh? Were you going to present any evidence (at all) to support this hypothesis?
  4. I wouldn't give up on him just yet. He's been poor this season so far, but he was one of our best attacking players last season (though admittedly the bar wasn't high), one of the only players prepared to run at the opposition and make things happen. I think it could go either way TBH.
  5. "Didn't put a foot wrong" is a bit strong. He had a pretty bad performance overall IMO - gave the ball away in dangerous areas and didn't look convincing at all defensively. I mean, I know it's not his natural position, but let's not get too carried away.
  6. Using it for tickets is a solution in search of a problem. There are much simpler and less computationally expensive ways to uniquely identify a ticket. You don't need to store it in a huge decentralized database and distribute it to everyone in the world. You just need a server.
  7. Whee https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2022/06/cryptocurrency-plunges-as-crypto-bank-celsius-suspends-withdrawals/
  8. It's already happening. https://theathletic.com/3307639/2022/05/19/premier-league-players-nfts/
  9. Ah, I was thinking of Ethereum. They've missed a few deadlines at this point (it was scheduled for 2019 originally). I guess we'll see. Bitcoin still has no ETA.
  10. There is also the fact that mining uses more energy than some developed nations. They're actually reopening coal mines in the US just to power bitcoin mining operations. The situation will supposedly improve (for bitcoin) when they move away from Proof of work for mining, but they've been saying that for years now.
  11. I'm a software engineer; I don't work on Crypto in my day job but I know quite a bit about the subject. I even wrote a mini bitcoin miner back before it all exploded. To anyone who wants to read up about the subject, I suggest https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tulip_mania. This is not a new phenomenon...
  12. NFTs are very much included in the crypto snake oil I was referring to. They exist entirely to create a fake scarcity around things that are otherwise free. But hey, if you want to buy some "unique" jpegs, let me know. I'm sure I could rustle some up for a reasonable price.
  13. The board continue to prove that they are either clueless or morally bankrupt (or both). This crap is pure snake oil.
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