Joined Apr 15, 2018

Volunteer Developer of Open Source Software. Lead Developer of Member, a public platform for discussion, identity and reputation.

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Not yet, but it's probably about time I put together a document.
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The plan is to incentivize use by giving away 90% of the coin to new users and developers.

It is also CPU mineable (for now) and pays 10% interest on balances.
Update still uses the memo protocol, but now has its own layer 1, Membercoin.

It still reads from the BCH chain, but posts are now made to Membercoin chain.
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I've updated the feature so you can use any URL now, and it'll grab the rss feed from it.
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| your very own RSS feed. Add the RSS feed in Settings panel - the feed will instantly be made available to everyone.
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Substackers eg

Redditors eg

Soft launch of awesome new feature - turn any RSS feed into a account that you can follow, rate and comment on.

Follow your favorite

876d seems down for me (error 500)

Good that Memo is a protocol, and Member provides another access to this medium.
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‘Bitcoin Cash, the non-custodial bitcoin’. Lead with this. Make the debate about *custodiality*. Non-custodial BTC, ETH suck, so difficult to counter by example.
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ave a pinned post yet.
New Pinned Post action in #Member

Find it in the hamburger menu below any of your posts.

See your pinned post on your profile page. We'll select your mist popular post if you don't h
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a new one?
What's the 'Pin token post' action in #memo?

I'm looking to implement a regular pin post action, to pin posts to your profile, and wondering if I should re-use this action, or create
Dr. Uther 1MBFpC
Next Governor of California
Since jack dorsey has failed at being a human being I am saying hello to the world using so I can exercise my human and constitutional right to Free Speech.
I tried out recently for promotion. It's low cost and super easy to use.
by @jasondevlin
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It's a free speech platform so I take the view that members can rate as they wish.

If a member is doing a bad job of rating others, the feedback mechanism is to rate them accordingly.