I didn't know Github was owned by Microsoft though...yesterday Github, owned by Micro$oft, banned all the accounts of anyone who contributed to the Tornado repository, as well as removing that code repository - if the code can't be maintained then surely over time it will become deprecated and essentially useless?
To be honest I'm very surprised that the developers were using a centralised version control system owned by a massive corporation...incredibly bad opSec
I didn't know Github was owned by Microsoft though...
The pair also told Bloomberg they were planning to go to Dubai “soon.” Their friends say they’re already there. The oasis offers a particular advantage, say lawyers: The country has no extradition treaty with Singapore or the U.S.
Still have them all, but like all projects they're down 90% in recent months. They're still building the game though https://etherorcs.com/ and the guide https://zughead.com/what happened to your orcs?
so even after losing 90% of your investment on some virtual orcs you decided to invest in a tree that grows money?
Yes! Crypto rewards decisiveness followed by patience. We're in the belly of the bear at the moment, it'll all come good again in 18-24 months, like it always does. And the ponzinomic money trees are a pure win at the moment, because I was super early.
Love reading these stories. Imagining the moment when it starts going wrong, when they comprehend the trade has switched and the multimillion dollar win has become a billion dollar loss, the desperation, the other companies noticing something is wrong... blood in the water, then lies, then silcence and finally they're on the run.
I'm inclined to agree with you here, re: speculative NFT collectibles. One downside is that non-fungible assets generally have a tougher time liquidity-wise (more difficult to establish fair market value given how floor prices work, at least to my understanding). But one upside is that many speculative NFT projects never die, but just enter perennial zombie mode, and can be resuscitated by some future wave of hype, or even utility. In fact, this indefinite promise of potential future utility is one of the driving factors of speculation here.Crypto in general will I'd imagine, I'm not so sure about NFTs though. It feels like it was a whole lot of manufactured hype and nothing useful actually came out of it except being able to show off in your twitter avatar.