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BTC2019: Certified Bitcoin Professional (CBP) Prep Course | Andreas M. Antonopoulos

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Interesting future we have - Certified Bitcoin Professional (CBP) | CryptoCurrency Certification Consortium (C4)

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Actinium - PoW, no ICO, no premine. New crypto from a Certified Bitcoin Professional.

First of all, technical info:
Current version: 0.16.0.0
Supply: 84 million
Block time: 2.5 mins
Algo: Scrypt
Coins per block (before 1st halving): 50 ACM
Halving: every 840000 blocks (roughly 4 years)
No premine
No developer rewards
No airdrop, ICO and similar things
History (extracted from Discord)
A History of Actinium (Written by Harris Brakmić, aka brakmic)
I think I should write a few words about the project, it's beginnings, the whole idea and how it came to existence. I really want this project to succeed and I am ready to do anything & everything to make it a success. Will write a stream of consciousness.... let's begin...
It was a few weeks ago when I decided to leave my last crypto project. The decision had nothing to do with this project as at this time I wasn't even sure if I am going to stay in crypto at all. Also, the people from the former project were really nice to me (good, professional colleagues) So, it had nothing to do with this project, but it was important because without me departing it, Actinium wouldn't be here. So, one thing relates to other, (in)directly. However, a few days after my departure became "public" (I've silently left the project to avoid any negative spikes in the markets).
This was due to my role there. My part was the development of their latest security feature (again, not important for this project, but indirectly it makes clear that I came from "somewhere" without a big bang) So, after it became public a few guys who also had been members of this project but have left some time earlier (and they were also developing another coin in secret as I would later find out) approached me. It was just a friendly talk, like: "hey bro, you left the project", "what happened" so we talked and talked and then they offered me to join their project which was (and I think mostly still is) and unfinished idea, some kind of Bitcoin but with Equihash.
They explained it to me that they wanted to keep ASICS out because of "centralization". However, I found this idea bad from different angles. first, Bitcoin's code is state of the art. If you are going to change Bitcoin, well, either you are really good (I AM NOT!) or you are an impostor. or simply batshit crazy.
However, the other developer in the team wanted to change the code this way. Other guys were not developers but simply GPU-miners...well, you understand now why "Equihash". So, we agreed that I will wait for the other coding colleague to finish his work. And it took some time, a few weeks or so. and he still wasn't even able to boot the system, to create a genesis block. And you surely know that we, coders, are people who HATE to sit around and doing nothing.
So I started in parallel a shitcoin and now comes the interesting part... When I came to this team, I advertised the idea to build a coin with a strong focus on the future, ... payment channels, instant payments, off-chain solutions, the Lightning Network however, my ideas were, well, not very "welcome". The other colleague dismissed them, and the other guys who were not coders, didn't follow my idea and as I already said, I had to wait for the colleague to create a genesis block (and also to import the Equihash algorithm from Bitcoin Gold into Bitcoin...how gruesome!)
Actually, the idea with Bitcoin Gold was mine, because he wasn't sure where he could get Equihash from so I sad, half as a joke, hey take Bitcoin Gold, this is a cool scamcoin well, I should have kept my mouth shut! anyway...I remained in this group, patiently waiting and also developing my shitcoin they even created a separate channel called "SHT Talk" where I could present this coin (and not spam their other channels lol) and then, when everything was set up I wanted to mine blocks... but I didn't want to be only miner I am a coder, not a miner and maybe this is a shitcoin, but it should be mined honestly so, I had to beg those people to sacrifice one or two of their many GPUs to mine a worthless coin... it took me a few days to bring them to let some of the cards run...and I understand that...they do this for a living and I am only some random coder with a shitcoin project I don't think I'd behave differently however, after some time they started to mine this (still worthless) coin and being a true coin I decided to make the ANN on Buttcoin if there is a community where you SHOULD NOT announce a coin then I think Buttcoin would be the 1st place so, I wrote a proper announcement, posted it there.... and them people started writing: hey, it's like DOGE.
This is the moment when I realized that people give value to everything even if you decide to create a shitcoin, name it shitcoin, and announce it on Buttcoin, people will still be more powerful than you and think otherwise it doesn't mater what I think the only thing that matters is the community! so, after a few hours of upvoting, the Buttcoin admins realized that there is "something going on" and removed my post from the top this happens when certain people think they're more powerful than many people centralization! well, I decided to keep this coin alive... I was begging my former colleagues even more to use their GPUs but it was of course really hard to persuade them also, some problems inside the team came to the surface the other colleague had some problems with the code, also some personal issues I think...
I don't know the exact details I was mostly a "guest" there, actually had no real influence at one point their "manager" offered me to take over their project, because they were not very happy with the current progress but I refused, because backstabbing is a shitty behavior it didn't matter to me that the coding colleague never liked me personally, but I'd never take his position I decided to play with (at this time) Shitcoin DeLuxe so, I setup a mining pool (first time in my life) a small explorer bought some servers (currently we have 8 servers for everything...mining, explorer, faucet, basic nodes etc.) and then, at some point in time...I think maybe 10 days ago or so... the guys from the other project asked me to come to the chat... also the coding colleague was there... and he still had problems to create a Genesis Block however, he was full of plans what I have to do in future... like: you should write test, setup testing servers etc.
Basically, the housekeeping work well, nothing against testing, as I really like to test my code... but, if you are unable to bootstrap a blockchain, then there isn't much to be tested :sweat_smile: I said it this way, directly into the crowd and then they went silent I am really for friendship, tolerance, respect but if I bite you, you can be sure I will do it so fiercely that you will remember me I also announced that I will rather keep the Shitcoin DeLuxe alive than do housekeeping for a project that still doesn't exist as a real blockchain.
I may have only created a Shitcoin, but there is at least a chain, some miners, some servers, and I am a coder who writes actual code well, after a day or so my access to their chat was revoked... without any information just like that ....soooo....this is it.... what else should I say.... look, dear people... I am mostly working from home...only on Wednesdays I am in the company I get every day a few "remote work" offers... I could take them, my boss wouldn't even notice... such offers usually pay 80-100$/hour I am a professional coder, I do this for a living...
If I wanted money I would really not need blockchain, or Shitcoin DeLuxe please, don't take me wrong... blockchains can generate lots of money And I applaud every miner, investor, and user who manages to get rich out of this or any other coin but you are NOT coders it's YOUR business not mine we, coders, have OUR ways of getting "enough" money for us just like lawyers, scientists, or any other people do if I want more money I simply answer to some of those pesky head hunters... "give me 100/$ hour, keep your mouth shut, will deliver webpage in 3 weeks, here my bank account" this is the coder's way of getting money. I don't have to premine coins, fool people I could have stayed with the other project easily but I didn't want to be there I felt responsibility towards the people here money is important, but we are not only our damn money I think we are more, so, ok, I think I have talked long enough.
I hope I could clarify some things about this coin, how it came into existence, what my motives were.
Mini roadmap
Ledger Nano Support: DONE!
https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/441297803189288980/452623209318187018/actinium_ledger_1.gif
Lightning Network: work in progress!
Website
https://actinium.org
Discord
https://discord.gg/Yy8KDEC
Dev info
http://blog.brakmic.com
https://twitter.com/brakmic?lang=es
https://github.com/brakmic
Exchanges
Bitfex and BiteBtc
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I am now a CBP ... a Certified Bitcoin Professional

I completed the certification process at https://cryptoconsortium.org/. Took the 20 minute/75 question multiple choice test, paid $50 CAD test plus $25 CAD certificate application fee (BTC only) and uploaded a resume. Got my CBP certification in a few hours.
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I'm now a Certified Bitcoin Professional (CBP) and require future staff to have their CBP too

Hi there,
Haven't seen anything posted on this yet so I thought I'd go ahead and show off my new accreditation: Certified Bitcoin Professional, CBP.
It's a new standard that was unveiled tonight at Bitcoin Decentral, Toronto. I can honestly say after going through the process, it really does help determine if someone understands the trust and decentralized components of Bitcoin.
C4 (Crypto Currency Certification Consortium, https://cryptoconsortium.org) has launched two certifications. Only CBP is available now, CBX is coming soon and looks serious.
Really, the CBP is a 75 question multiple choice test you have to complete within 20 minutes. Once you pass, you're certified shortly after and become a professional. I was blown away at how it tickled my brain and asked me the intelligent questions I like talking about Bitcoin. You cannot fluke this test, anyone who passes knows their stuff. Because it's so fast, you can't even Google answers. You need to know off the top of your head. There's nothing else that exists like this (that I've seen).
Which is why I've decided to make it a required credential for any future staff at QuickBT. For me, it outsources one of the key (and difficult) parts of the screening process: thorough Bitcoin knowledge and understanding. This is especially true for customer service who are expected to be knowledgeable.
Anyways, kudos to the C4 team - this accreditation will be global soon.
Jamie Robinson, CBP
QuickBT Team
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Citigroup Lists Multiple Job Openings for Certified Bitcoin Professionals – The Merkle

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Pass the Certified Bitcoin Professional Exam

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What's a "Certified Bitcoin Professional" and why would they also be lawyers?

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Citigroup Looking For Certified Bitcoin Professionals To Curb Crypt... #cryptocurrency #bitcoin #fintech… https://t.co/nKhk6tBiHx - Crypto Insider Info - Whales's

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Crypto Currency Certification Consortium - become a Certified Bitcoin Professional

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Is a CBP certification of any help? Certified Bitcoin Professional

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[X-post from /r/cryptocurrency] Questions to ask a "Certified Bitcoin Professional" at a cryptocurrency event next week

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I'm now a Certified Bitcoin Professional (CBP) and require future staff to have their CBP too (x-post from r/BitcoinCA)

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Is the Certified Bitcoin Professional (CBP) certification offered by Crypto Currency Certification Consortium (C4) a legitimate and useful certification?

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How to Become a Certified Bitcoin Professional (CBP)

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How the Certified Bitcoin Professional (CBP) was defined

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My Experience Of Successfully Passing The Certified Bitcoin Professional Exam

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How the Certified Bitcoin Professional (CBP) was defined

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bitcoin-economy running some sort of MLM scheme selling courses & certificates to become a "certified bitcoin user" for $25 a month, a "certified bitcoin professional" for $95 a month and after that a "certified bitcoin expert" one for a one time fee of $475

Had this posted to our Bitcoin related facebook group,
they're running some sort of MLM scheme selling courses & certificates to become a "certified bitcoin user" for $25 a month, a "certified bitcoin professional" for $95 a month and after that a "certified bitcoin expert" one for a one time fee of $475
their sales page : (https://app.bitcoin-economy.com/registe)[https://app.bitcoin-economy.com/registe] their pitch to affiliates : (http://www.bitcoin-economy.com/compensation-plan/)[http://www.bitcoin-economy.com/compensation-plan/]
This like any other MLM is merely a legal loophole to run a pyramid scheme & Ripoff to both potential affiliates (who also need to pay $20) and students !
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ShapeShift taking forever to help with a simple customer support request

I accidentally send Litecoin to one of ShapeShift bitcoin addresses (had no clue that this is even possible - surprisingly the address format is similar). Anyways, since I submitted my ticked, I asked ShapeShift multiple times if they had any progress. All I get in response from ShapeShift support is the same generic email over and over again (see below). Sadly, I'm not teksavy enough to recover the coins myself from the blockchain. In light of this lousy customer support, I will have to rethink if I do business with ShapeShift in the future.
Dear ######,
Thanks for keeping in touch. ShapeShift generally does not provide recovery of tokens mistakenly sent cross-chain and will attempt to recover deposits at our discretion. We recover tokens only if a significant loss is experienced by the user. Not all tokens are recoverable. Token recovery cross-chain is complex, time-consuming, and a potential security risk.
There is no timeframe or time limit for any discretionary recovery process to be undertaken by ShapeShift. A fee will be incurred if a recovery is feasible - the fee will reflect the level of effort and developer time consumed. A successful outcome cannot be guaranteed.
Regards,
#### ####### Customer Support Team Lead Certified Bitcoin Professional (CBP)
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04-08 08:44 - 'Google. Btc wallet. Click the first link. It will be btc.org. read how it works and what to do or you could lose your btc. Not super complex but I can help more if you need. Im litterrally a Certified Bitcoin Pro...' by /u/suckitupbuttercuplol removed from /r/Bitcoin within 194-204min

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Bitcoin merchant payments is a joke! What do you think?

Today I paid cryptoconsortium $99.99 CAD of bitcoin to take up Certified Bitcoin Professional exam. Cryptoconsortium requires the payment to be made in BTC only. I made this payment from my exchange wallet. I was charged 0.001 transaction fee (approx. $17.94 CAD).
Total = $117.93 CAD (for $99.99 CAD payment).
This is 17.9% transaction fee to customer. This is quite a lot higher than 1% to 3% fee charged by Visa/other credit card companies to merchants. But credit card companies come with convenient features like transaction rollback, dispute resolution, fraud protection, etc for customer unlike BTC payments.
Cryptoconsortium got back and said i didn't pay my amount fully and I need to make balance payment of 0.00000054 BTC (approx. $0.01 CAD). It would cost me another 0.001 BTC ($17.94 CAD) to send this transaction. Also my exchange account has minimum withdrawal limit of 0.002 BTC (including 0.001 BTC transaction fee). So I need to pay 0.002 BTC (approx. $35.88 CAD) to pay balance of 0.00000054 BTC (approx. $0.01 CAD) !!!
Think for a moment - send $35.88 CAD to pay $0.01 CAD.
Is this fair? As much as I am a crypto enthusiast, I hate to lose money this way. Have you gone through similar horrifying experience? Please share.
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