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    ETHWaterloo Hackathon: Integrating MetaMask into Braveby Brave | Oct 20, 2017 | Announcements This past weekend, a few members of our engineering team packed up and traveled to Waterloo, Ontario, to join 100 teams (over 400 developers from 32 countries) at ETHWaterloo, the world’s largest Ethereum hackathon. The 36-hour event, from October 13 to 15, was organized by a volunteer group of enthusiasts of Ethereum, the blockchain-based technology invented by Vitalik Buterin. Our team, comprised of Aubrey Keus, Sergey Zhukovsky, Anthony Tseng, and Kamil Jozwiak, had been selected to participate from a pool of over 1000 developers. This was the largest gathering of developers in the Ethereum community to date, and was meant to encourage the community to learn about and build decentralized applications on Ethereum. Our CTO, Brian Bondy, had also been invited to be one of the judges (full disclosure: he did not judge our team’s submission, as they were evaluated by different judges). Our team was selected as one of the eight final winners by integrating MetaMask into the Brave browser and adding detection for DApps, making the Brave browser a first-class citizen of the blockchain ecosystem. Having MetaMask as an extension in Brave enables users to simplify Ethereum testing and development, and allows the Brave browser to natively handle a wide range of previously deployed ŠApps. To activate MetaMask, the team implemented several missing Google Chrome extension APIs into the Brave browser in C++ and JavaScript. The team also added independent detection for ŠApps when the extension is not installed, and a one-click install prompt display when visiting ŠApps. “We’re proud of asking the user to install MetaMask when a ŠApp is detected because it will mean a lot more users of MetaMask,” said Aubrey. “Shipping this feature to our user base will open up a wide set of applications previously not available to our users on the Brave browser,” added Serg. Final submissions were evaluated by twenty-two judges, including Vitalik Buterin, Founder of Ethereum, Joey Krug, Founder of Augur, Martin Köppelmann, Founder of Gnosis, and Jeff Coleman, Founder of Ledger Labs. Judges evaluated hacks based on creativity, technical difficulty, design, and usefulness.
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    10-19-2017, 12:33 PM
    Damn so you mean they got a guy who was secretly the best Go player to code an "AI" (actually just a bot) to beat the guy who was officially the best Go player just so they could pump up the prowess of AI? Nah that's stupid there's no way you could have meant that
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    10-19-2017, 12:19 PM
    That's a pretty good point. But it's also child abuse to teach kids about what will happen if they don't believe in Christianity/Islam/Judaism/whatever. I'm sure plenty of kids are scared to death when they hear about what goes on in the nonexistent "Hell." I know of someone who jumped out of a 2 or 3 story window when he was a kid because he was taught that kids don't go to hell. He wanted to avoid that place so bad that he would forego the remainder of his life. Maybe should ban childhood indoctrination into religion.
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    10-19-2017, 12:16 PM
    Yea, seems better if this were to replace the other welfare programs. At least this way there would be less bureaucracy (hopefully)
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    10-18-2017, 11:04 PM
    Obviously I really take issue with the order of the issues you have (I guess I think people not dying in needless wars is more important.) You kinda ignored that and just thought about how much it costs... And that number is understated anyways. How many republicans actually want to reduce government spending? When it comes to action, not many. End the drug war? Few. Cutting taxes? Yes, but not for the people who need it most. Monetary policy? Almost No one cares, R or D. Health care? Obamacare style system was a republican compromise while liberals wanted single payer. Regulations? Reps want to remove those usually, until some corporation asks for one to deter competition, then they all will vote for it. Civil liberties? The party of the patriot act. Gabbard is definitely better on drug war, foreign policy, and she might be better on civil liberties too (I would have to check I'm not sure.) Worse on taxes, health care... Still way better than most reps in my mind.
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    10-18-2017, 08:43 PM
    The golden rule, or rules like it, existed long before christianity or judaism, and are far more clearly stated. You still believe in fairy tales, as you just plainly admitted. Joseph Kony is a real person as well.
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    10-18-2017, 08:36 PM
    Foreign policy matters way more than all other issues. And Tulsi Gabbard is better than almost everyone on foreign policy. There is a middle ground, you know. Like what exists in the real world? Eventually some principles will have to be compromised... like the existence of government? I think Ron said it best in one of the 2012 debates when he said something along the lines of: Cut 2 billion in overseas spending for every 1 billion in domestic spending. Government is incredibly wasteful, but we're not going to blow up the system tomorrow. Why not make allies with people that actually share some anti-war principles instead of writing them off as a communist because they naively overestimate the potential for government to do good?
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Nope, I'd actually favor giving Baptists similar treatment to sodomites if they opt to proselytize their heresy in my presence.

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