I've been running my own SMTP server for 19 years but despite having everything seemingly setup perfectly, Google saying my domain has a high reputation, etc etc, much of my email to gmail users has been going to spam for the past two weeks.
I'm pissed, but I'm also not sure there's anything else I can do to fix this. I'm not sure how I can continue to work without email, and so I guess I'm going to have to start using someone else's centralized SMTP server. 😠
I almost never psuedo-RT stuff from Twitter, but I very strongly agree with the anti-forced-tender position in this thread. https://twitter.com/jerrybrito/status/1405660809024393221
C.f. "Art. 7. Every economic agent must accept bitcoin as payment when offered to him by whoever acquires a good or service." https://freopp.org/el-salvadors-bitcoin-law-full-proposed-english-text-9a2153ad1d19
Aaron van Wirdum has a nice tweet thread with the articles he's written about taproot, all of which are very approachable. https://twitter.com/AaronvanW/status/1403701310352920576
If you want more after reading that, @bitcoinoptech tracked almost every stage of taproot's development, writing about it over fifty times as listed here: https://bitcoinops.org/en/topics/taproot/ (and we're not done yet: now we get to write about what people actually build with taproot!)
@jimmysong I'm confused by this in your latest newsletter. I'm not a trader and haven't followed the Gamestop thing closely, but isn't it possible to innocently lend more than 100%? E.g., Alice owns $FOO, lends $FOO to Bob, who sells it to Carol, who lends it to Dan, who sells it to Edith, etc.
Interesting comment from Gregory Maxwell about an additional risk for companies holding large amounts of #bitcoin on their balance sheets. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5280898.msg55346592#msg55346592
Can't argue with that logic. https://autofreak.com/the-expanse-season-5-release-date-cast-plot-and-everything-detailed/44532/