Nano is a cryptocurrency
Puppet manifests used to provision the main GOV.UK web stack
Get performance insights in less than 4 minutes. Scout APM uses tracing logic that ties bottlenecks to source code so you know the exact line of code causing performance issues and can get back to building a great product faster.
reddit.com/r/PiNetwork | 2021-03-01
Install this https://github.com/stellar/stellar-core
How to install Pi Node in a Rasberry Pi?
reddit.com/r/PiNetwork | 2021-03-01
Daily Discussion February 28 2021 Gmt0
Easy. XLM. XLM can do what Nano can do (cheap, fast, green) while at the same time Stellar can do more. It is a platform like Ethereum. It has a DEX, you can issue tokens, you can tokenize anything really, more adopted, backed by solid teams and advisors, talking to regulators on a regular basis for the adoption of CBDC, stablecoins and blockchain, and has working products e.g. sending remittances in a form of cash to Latin American Countries and some countries in Africa. You can also send non-cash remittance(https://sureremit.com) and it all happens in 2 seconds. It has the CBDC of Ukraine being tested on it. This list is going to be so long so Imma stop now. DYOR and visit www.stellar.org or r/Stellar.
Daily Discussion February 27 2021 Gmt0
Lmao. We are not putting our faith in one guy. SDF has 86 employees. The lumens can also be tracked on stellar.expert that are escrowed or on www.stellar.org. They have been around since 2014 talking to regulators for the adoption of blockchain. Your FUD is based on your false beliefs. Nano is a risky bet. No real usage adoption yet. Jed is also not the CEO. He is a founder but the is mainly the main dev. That is his job.🙂
learn more about Stellar on www.stellar.org and r/Stellar
Is Stellar decentralized?
Those lumens held by SDF are for adoption of Stellar. These help them grow adoption of Stellar faster than others because they have the source of funds. These lumens holdings are also transparent and you can see on stellar.expert where they go or check the audits on www.stellar.org. Furthermore, community can vote where these lumens go as well. Check out Stellar Seed Funds.
Stellar Lumens(XLM): Not a Stablecoin, Just an Underdog
reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency | 2021-02-26
- Ripple and Stellar have the same use cases when it comes to making payments faster and cheaper, but Stellar tackles it differently. Stellar targets banking the underbanked not just the banks. Stellar never sold $XLM for profits as well. In fact Stellar did a lot of giveaways on Facebook, to Bitcoin holders, on Keybase, and on Blockchain.com users. It is also handled by a non-profit organization that publishes their transparency reports on www.stellar.org per mandate, so saying SEC will target it is already blatant misinfo.
Why Pi not open source
reddit.com/r/PiNetwork | 2021-02-26
Pi is using stellar core which is open source https://github.com/stellar/stellar-core
Question - How trustworthy are the anchors?
You can see on Stellar wallets which are trusted anchors cause they are featured. You can also go to www.stellar.org to check the listed anchors on Stellar.
reddit.com/r/MobileMinning | 2021-02-26
Pi network testnet is using stellar core which is at https://github.com/stellar/stellar-core
Want to learn how Pi Network works - Install a standalone version of Stellar-core
reddit.com/r/PiNetwork | 2021-02-22
Install instructions https://github.com/stellar/stellar-core/blob/master/INSTALL.md
Question About Pi App
reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency | 2021-02-21
Rstellar Daily Chat Thread
reddit.com/r/Stellar | 2021-02-20
Check out the main website: www.stellar.orgreddit.com/r/Stellar | 2021-02-20
Bruh, there is a website for that: www.stellar.org where they also have a section for blog and they get updated regularly.
stellar/stellar-core is an open source project licensed under GNU General Public License v3.0 or later which is an OSI approved license.