Sure, confirmation bias refers to a poor way to argue. If research is done with a confirmation bias then it's very likely the research could reach incorrect conclusions. Say, we wanted to argue about a dog named Harvey.
Let's say that we want to argue that
Harvey is a good boy.
Is it a true...
I just noticed that I did not post our first newsletter in this thread. DIF's first newsletter.
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Thanks for posting about the dead ipfs link...
The DIF is going to network with HNW people with NFTs or without.
The DIF did discuss buying a NFT, but that conversation quickly morphed into buying a NFT platform. Personally, I'd be interested in what type of NFT platform Dash Platform can support.
I didn't know if this was displaying properly on dash central. Here's an alternative source of the November DIF proposal information.
This proposal is part of two proposals submitted for funding this cycle.
DIF ongoing funding (300 DASH Nov-Jan)
DIF suplemental funding (400...
Your analogy really makes a great case for C2Law.
Using your analogy, C2Law employees chainanalysis to make sure they never borrow a car from a drug dealer in the first place.
Chainanalysis helps C2Law and other companies verify funds are not from an illegal source, such as a drug dealer...
A few weeks back supervisors elected @Sven as vice-chair. He has been filling out this new roll quite well
All supervisors have been working hard for the DIF. Sven has just stepped-up to accept more responsibility. For the health of the DIF it is best that we're not dependent on one...