Monthly Archives: February 2014

The Devtome is growing

Yesterday morning I signed up eight new Devtome writers. This may be a record for me. It wasn’t even counting the requests I received which I couldn’t accept at the moment, usually because the applicant hadn’t included a writing sample. … Continue reading

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Empty Next syndrome

I’m happy to report that my Next client has successfully forged a second block. This one also came with a reward of two NXT, bringing my cumulative mining total up to four NXT. It doesn’t sound like much now but … Continue reading

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Off to another good start

Devtome submission round 32 ended late Saturday evening. I’d made the somewhat startling discovery that my uncategorized articles were actually hurting my payout, so I spend an hour or two categorizing as many of my articles as I could. I … Continue reading

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Thankful for investors

Chaos, mayhem, panic in the streets! Sell, sell, sell! The end is near! Get out while you can! OK, so we’re talking about virtual streets, and the only two things that ended are submissions for Devtome round 32 and Mt. … Continue reading

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The countdown is on

The submission period for round 32 is drawing to a close. Naturally I’m a few thousand words short of what I’d like to submit, but I will enjoy a good solid month of payouts for the round once it starts … Continue reading

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Not the exchange for me

The rather controversial cryptocoin exchange mcxNOW appears to be back online with a few new features. The most notable one to me is the addition of mcxBUX, which appears to be an internal currency used to buy chat bans and … Continue reading

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When Mt. Gox sneezes

It’s really funny that I mentioned Mt. Gox recently because it turns out that users of the trading platform are now experiencing difficulties withdrawing their Bitcoins in addition to the known difficulties of withdrawing fiat. Due to some technical difficulty, … Continue reading

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The Bible, Law of Attraction, and the Devtome

This morning I had one of those “Aha!” moments. This time the impetus was a message requesting a Devtome writer account. The particular author had shared an excerpt from an article he wrote about the Law of Attraction. In reading … Continue reading

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The word is getting out

I have noticed a steady increase in the number of new writer requests I am receiving as a Devtome sign up admin. I signed up two or three writers yesterday and the day before, and before I woke up this … Continue reading

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Whatever it takes

Have you ever wondered why the price of Bitcoin on the Mt. Gox trading platform is typically nearly a hundred dollars more than anywhere else? I am learning the reason through firsthand experience, otherwise known as the school of hard … Continue reading

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