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History of Bitcoin Infographic by QUE.com

New to Bitcoin? You're lucky day, here's an infographic to easy learn about the History of Bitcoin. Infographic by Fried.com In addition. On July 20, 2017, the bitcoin miners voted, 97% in favor, on the Bitcoin Improvement Proposal (BIP) 91. The proposal, by Bitmain Warranty engineer James Hilliard, was to activate Segregated Witness (SegWit). Some members of the bitcoin community felt that adopting BIP 91 without increasing the block-size limit would simply delay confronting the issue and that it favored people who wanted to treat bitcoin as a digital investment rather than as a transactional currency. They announced implementation of Bitcoin Cash as a hard fork for August 1. It inherited the transaction history of the bitcoin currency on that date, but all later transactions were separate. Block 478558 was the last common block and thus the first Bitcoin Cash block was 478559. Bitcoin Cash wallet started to reject BTC block and BTC transactions since 13:20 UTC, Aug 1st

Is Artificial Intelligence Permanently Inscrutable? - QUE.com

If you’re into learning about Artificial Intelligence reading “ Is Artificial Intelligence Permanently Inscrutable? ” article will feed you more information. “Simplicity is not so simple” by Dmitry Malioutov It’s a wonderful read and I hope this article will increase your interest about AI. Continue reading at QUE.com

EOS 1.86 Billion Estimated Market Cap but don't offer any support.

If a company is a 1.86 Billion estimated market cap you expect some type of customer service but not EOS. Visiting their website Block.One and you will find their team members but you have no way to get in touch with any of them including the CEO Brendan Bluemer, Daniel Larimer , and others. They have a contact form but no feedback since I tried multiple times requesting for assistance. I need assistance from any of them because I've sent all my EOS to their address. I accidentally sent all my 569.399 EOS to their EOSCrowdsale Address (0xd0a6E6C54DbC68Db5db3A091B171A77407Ff7ccf) and requesting to send it back to me. I included the transaction information and the exact amount so they can verify it. I've used the block.one contact form, and sent a twit to https://twitter.com/BrendanBlumer  but still no reply to my request for assistance. Where the hell are your customer support EOS or any of the management team? I'm looking forward to hear from any EOS team, i