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path-of-my-childhood · 4 days ago
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mysticalmusicwhispers · 10 months ago
also im curious 👀 what are ur college au hcs?
Omg it’s kinda humongous. I have an entire AU inside my head and some of it is in the tag #college au musings on here but a lot of it is still in my brain lol; it’s basically just my ramblings of who’d do what with no plot whatsoever haha
But for the majors, the ones I’m most sure about are hetalia Asians, nordics, and a couple others. I put England in lit because I’m making him a snobby, well-read ass, but fear not because he had a punk phase in high school and hasn’t completely grown out of it (he insists he has though). South Korea’s in broadcasting, Taiwan is probably in fashion design, Hong Kong is studying music, it’s kinda all over the place lol. Macau is the only one studying business out of all of them and that’s why he’s China’s favorite sibling lmao (and Wang Yao himself is already out of college and runs a restaurant called Upside down Luck). There are also some unconventional trios I have planned (in my AU Belarus, Vietnam, and Romano are all friends because they drink black coffee together in the morning, roast people, and are taking law/are on the law track, and Seychelles, Canada, and Iceland are nature nerds, probably along with Australia and NZ, the magic trio are all studying the humanities (I think) and play dnd in the library together, etc) and basically I tried to keep it relatively close to the canon relationships, give or take a few. But also there probably won’t be any ships at all because either they’re siblings, something close to siblings, or friends (also because sometimes I get tired of seeing ship-oriented AUs).
There’s way more I could say here but basically, all the ancients (and a few others because hetalia ages are wack) are out of school and are either being a good supportive sibling for their younger siblings or being an absolute devil and pressuring them unnecessarily, and the ones still in college are going through shenanigans. A lot of them have side projects/part time jobs and met that way, some of them met by chance/through mutual friends, a lot of them are childhood friends/in the same neighborhood (mostly applicable to geographical neighbors or countries in the same “““family group”””) etc. I have a small snippet of the AU I want to write where Japan tries to help Greece sneak his cat into school (they met in high school or middle school at a Russian math session). They get caught, but the teacher catching them is *probably* Germania, and when he finds out it’s a cat he lets them go because he’s a little bit of a softie for them. So yeah. The AU is basically just hetalia nations + college = what shenanigans might they get up to?
I have a chart of all the relationships and majors here (some characters have changed but they’re mostly the same) but be warned, it’s super convoluted lol. Suggestions for the ones marked with a question mark are open also!!
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lovingdazekid · 8 months ago
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Bitcoin mining began as a well paid hobby for early adopters who had the chance to earn 50 BTC every 10 minutes, mining from their bedrooms. Successfully mining just one Bitcoin block, and holding onto it since 2010 would mean you have $450,000 worth of bitcoin in your wallet in 2020.
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Ten years ago, all you needed was a reasonably powerful computer, a stable internet connection and the foresight of Nostradamus. These days, thanks to industrial bitcoin mining operations, it’s not such a level playing field and for a lot of people it makes more sense to simply buy some bitcoin on an exchange like Coinbase.
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If you’re motivated to learn, and you want to get a semi-passive income of bitcoin, then there are a few basics to get your head round, before working out if it’s even possible for you to profit from bitcoin mining.
Mining is the backbone of all proof-of-work blockchains and can be described with three key concepts:
Transaction Records
The verification and addition of transactions to the public blockchain ledger. This is where you can view every single transaction that has ever occured in the history of the blockchain.
Proof-of-Work Calculations
The energy-intensive puzzle that each Bitcoin mining machine solves every ten minutes. The miner that completes the puzzle before anything else adds the new block to the blockchain.
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Rewarded with 6.25 bitcoins. This number will reduce to 6.25 bitcoins after the halving in May 2020. The reward (plus transaction fees) are paid to the miner who solved the puzzle first.
This process repeats approximately every 10 minutes for every mining machine on the network. The difficulty of the puzzle (Network Difficulty) adjusts every 2016 blocks (~14 days) to ensure that on average one machine will solve the puzzle in a 10 minute period.
Network difficulty is calculated by the amount of hashrate contributing to the Bitcoin network.
What is Hashrate?
Hashrate is a measure of a miner’s computational power.
In other words, the more miners (and therefore computing power) mining bitcoin and hoping for a reward, the harder it becomes to solve the puzzle. It is a computational arms race, where the individuals or organizations with the most computing power (hashrate) will be able to mine the most bitcoin.
The more computing power a machine has, the more solutions (and hence, block rewards) a miner is likely to find.
In 2009, hashrate was initially measured in hash per second (H/s) - Due to the exponential growth of mining, H/s was soon commonly pre-fixed with the following SI units:
KilohashKH/s (thousands of Hashes/second)MegahashMH/s (millions of Hashes/second)GigahashGH/s (billions of Hashes/second)TerahashTH/s (trillions of Hashes/second)PetahashPH/s (quadrillions of Hashes/second)
To try and put this into perspective, let’s look at how much revenue 1 TH of power can earn mining bitcoin. As the global hashrate is usually growing the revenue per TH for each miner is usually falling, - and the revenue chart for 1 TH/s looks like this:
When you consider how many TH/s there are in the entire Bitcoin network though, you get a true sense of the scale of the industry:
85 Exahash = 85,000,000 Terahash
That means in May 2020 the daily revenue, globally, for Bitcoin mining is: $8.45M
How do Bitcoin miners calculate their earnings?
You’ve probably heard the scare stories about Bitcoin mining’s energy consumption.
Regardless of whether the impact is overblown by the media, it’s a fact that the underlying cost of mining is the energy consumed. The revenue from mining has to outweigh those costs, plus the original investment into mining hardware, in order to be profitable.
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Mining Revenue
In 2020, one modern Bitcoin mining machine (commonly known as an ASIC), like the Whatsminer M20S, generates around $8 in Bitcoin revenue every day. If you compare this to the revenue of mining a different crypto currency, like Ethereum, which is mined with graphics cards, you can see that the revenue from Bitcoin mining is twice that of mining with the same amount GPUs you could buy for one ASIC. Thirteen AMD RX graphics cards cost around the same as one Whatsminer M20s.
This graph shows you the daily revenue of mining Bitcoin. It does not take into account the daily electricity costs of running a mining machine. Your baseline costs will be the difference between mining profitably or losing money. GPU mining for Ethereum is more efficient than mining with Bitcoin with an ASIC machine
You can think of it as though the miners are a decentralized Paypal. Allowing all the transactions to be recorded accurately and making a bit of money for running the system.
Bitcoin miners earn bitcoin by collecting something called the block reward plus the fees bitcoin users pay the miners for safely and securely recording their bitcoin transactions onto the blockchain.
What is the Block Reward?
Roughly every ten minutes a specific number of newly-minted bitcoin is awarded to the person with a mining machine that is quickest to discover the new block.
Every 10 minutes, some miner's wallet is deposited new bitcoins
Originally, in 2009, Satoshi Nakamoto set the mining reward at 50 BTC, as well as encoding the future reductions to the reward.
The Bitcoin code is predetermined to halve this payout roughly every four years. It was reduced to 25 BTC in late-2012, and halved again to 12.5 BTC in the middle of 2016.
You can keep track of the next Bitcoin halving on our Bitcoin clock page.
Most recently, in May 2020, the third Bitcoin halving reduced the block reward to 6.25 BTC.
What about transaction fees?
The second source of revenue for Bitcoin miners is the transaction fees that Bitcoiners have to pay when they transfer BTC to one another.
This is the beauty of Bitcoin. Every transaction is recorded in an unchangeable blockchain that is copied to every mining machine.
Bitcoin doesn’t rely on a central bank to keep records, it’s the miners themselves that keep the records, and they get to keep a share of the transaction fees as well.
Taxes on Bitcoin Mining Profits
Of course, while profiting on Bitcoin mining isn’t certain, paying taxes on your mining rewards is. Every miner needs to know the relevant tax laws for Bitcoin mining in his area, which is why it is so important to use a crypto tax software that helps you keep track of everything and make sure you are still making enough money after you account for taxes.
How do you know if you can profit from Bitcoin mining?
First of all, Bitcoin mining has a lot of variables. This is why buying bitcoin on an exchange can be a simpler way to make a profit. However, when done efficiently it is possible to end up with more bitcoin from mining than from simply hodling.
One of the most important variables for miners is the price of Bitcoin itself. If, like most people, you are paying for your mining hardware, and your electricity,- in dollars, then you will need to earn enough bitcoin from mining to cover your ongoing costs; and make back your original investment into the machine itself.
Bitcoin price, naturally, impacts all miners. However, there are three factors that separate profitable miners from the rest: cheap electricity, low cost and efficient hardware and a good mining pool.
1. Cheap Electricity
Electricity prices vary from country to country. Many countries also charge a lower price for industrial electricity in order to encourage economic growth. This means that a mining farm in Russia will pay half as much for the electricity you would mining at home in the USA. In places like Germany, well as you can see from the chart, that’s another story…
In practical terms. Running a Whatsminer M20S for one month will cost around $110 a month if your electricity is $0.045 kWh in somewhere like China, Russia or Kazakhstan. You can see from the table below that you would make $45 a month in May 2020 with those electricity prices.
Profitability with $0.045 kWh electricity
However, with the typical home electricity price in the USA, of $0.12 kWh, you would be running the machines at a loss from the start and it would not make sense to mine under these conditions:
Profitability with $0.12 kWh electricity
2. Efficient Hardware
So far in this article I’ve used the Whatsminer M20S as an example of the kind of machine you will need to mine bitcoin. These days there are several hardware manufacturers to choose from.
The price of hardware varies from manufacturer to manufacturer and depends largely on how low the energy use is for the machine vs the amount of computing power it produces. The more computing power, the more bitcoin you will mine. The lower the energy consumption the lower your monthly costs.
When choosing which machine to invest in, miners should think about the machine’s profitability and longevity.
Profitability is determined by the machine’s price per TH, how many watts the machine uses per TH, and your hosting costs. Longevity is determined by the production quality of the machine. It makes no sense to buy cheaper or seemingly more efficient machines if they break down after a few months of running.
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If the hosting cost is low enough, it often makes sense to prioritize the ‘price per TH’ over ‘watts per TH’, as your lower operational expenses (OpEx) will make up for the loss in your machine’s efficiency - and vice versa if your hosting costs are high.
The manufacturer with the lowest failure rate right now is MicroBT, who make the Whatsminer M20S and other Whatsminer models.
Bitcoin Mining Hardware Turnoff Prices
One useful way to think about hardware is to consider what price BTC would have to fall to in order for the machines to stop being profitable. You want your machine to stay profitable for several years in order for you to earn more bitcoin from mining than you could have got by simply buying the cryptocurrency itself.
The following table shows that the majority of the most modern machines could remain profitable at a bitcoin price between $5000 and $6000. Some machines could handle a drop below $5k, if they are being run with electricity that costs under $0.05 kWh.
Hardware Turnoff Price - New Generation Machines by F2Pool
Unfortunately most older machines are now no longer profitable even in China. The Bitmain S9 has been operational since 2016 and interestingly enough they are still being used in Venezuela and Iran where electricity is so cheap that it outweighs the risk of confiscation. There may, eventually, be more reputable sources of sub 2 cents electricity as the access to solar and wind improves in North America.
For the individual miner, the only hope of competing with operations that have access to such cheap electricity is to send your machines to those farms themselves. Not many farms offer this as a service though.
3. Reliable Mining Pool
These days, every miner needs to mine through a mining pool. Whether you are mining with one machine, or several thousand, the network of Bitcoin mining machines is so large that your chances of regularly finding a block (and therefore earning the block reward and transaction fees) is very low.
Mining pools make mining profitability more consistent and reliable
If the Bitcoin Network Hashrate is 100 EH/s (100,000,000 TH/s), a WhatsMiner M20S ASIC miner with 68 TH/s, has approximately a 1 in 1,470,588 chance of mining a Bitcoin block. With one block per 10 mins they may have to wait 16 years to mine that one block.
The oldest two pools are Slush Pool and F2Pool. F2Pool is now the largest Bitcoin mining pool and they support around 20% of the entire Bitcoin network.
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F2Pool’s payout method is called PPS+. PPS+ pools take the risk away from miners, as they pay out block rewards and transaction fees to miners regardless of whether the pool itself successfully mines each block. Typically, PPS+ pools pay the miners at the end of each day.
This is how PPS+ pools calculate how much to pay out to miners in their pool. Here comes the science part…
If the Bitcoin Network Hashrate is at 85 EH/s (85,000,000 TH/s), a WhatsMiner M20S ASIC miner with 68 TH/s, will earn around 0.000702 BTC per day before pool fees.
0.000702 BTC is calculated by 68 (miner hashrate) ÷ 85,000,000 (network hashrate) × 144 (number of blocks per day) × 6.25 (block reward).
Pool fees are normally 2.50–4.00%, so let’s use 2.50% for the example; the net mining revenue is therefore 0.00068445 BTC.
If BTC is priced at $9,000, then this M20S has a daily revenue of $6.16.
Choosing the right mining pool is very important, as you will receive your mined bitcoin sent from the pool payouts every day. It’s important to choose a pool that is reliable, transparent and offers the right suite of tools and services to help you optimize your mining operation.
4. Fees When Selling Bitcoin
An often overlooked facet of mining profitability is the fees one pays to sell the Bitcoin one mines. If you are a small time miner, you may have to sell your coins on a retail exchange like kraken or binance. Sometimes your fees are low but sometimes your fees are high - it really just depends on the fee structure of the exchange and the state of the orderbook at the moment.
However, if you are a professional miner like F2 or Bitmain, you likely have really advantageous deals with OTC desks to sell your coins at little to no fees - depending on the state of the market. Some miners are even paid above spot price for their coins. Either way, professional mining operations deal with Bitcoin at a large scale and so they have more leverage to get deals that are good for them, and this doesn’t just apply to electrcity purchases.
If you think you have what it takes be mine profitably, we suggest you make sure first by using our mining profitability calculator.
Our Mining profitability calculator can tell you if you can mine profitably where you live
Professionals vs Amateurs
It’s common knowledge that it has become very difficult for individual miners to get access to the best machines and the cheapest electricity rates. Bitcoin farms that operate at scale use these advantages to maximize their returns.
As the difficulty of mining bitcoin increases, and the price lags behind, it is becoming harder and harder for small miners to make a profit.
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It all comes down to scale and access to cheaper prices. When people enter the space, without prior relationships, they struggle to compete with established mining operations.
Bitcoin mining is starting to resemble similar industries as more money flows in and people start to suit up. With increased leverage, margins are lower across the whole sector. Soon, large scale miners will be able to hedge their operations with financial tooling to lock in profits, whilst bringing in USD denominated investments like loans or for equity.
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As mining becomes more professional, it will make things even harder for DIY miners.
Can you Mine direct to an exchange?
If you have put in the effort to learn about mining, and you have found a location with low cost electricity for your machines, then you still need to consider where to store the bitcoin that you mine.
It is possible to mine direct from the pool to an exchange, but we recommend you keep your bitcoin in a wallet where you have access to the private keys.
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Is CPU mining profitable?
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No, and in the case of Bitcoin, it almost never was. unless you were one of the very first people to mine Bitcoin, CPU mining has never been profitable. There was a time where one could profitably mine Bitcoin with GPUs, but again…today, you really must have an ASIC and a deal witha power company to make any money mining Bitcoin in 2020.
Final Thoughts
The average home miner is unlikely to recoup the cost of mining hardware and electricity. Profiting on your own is highly unlikely.
The situation may improve in the future once ASIC mining hardware innovation reaches the point of diminishing returns. That, coupled with cheap, hopefully sustainable power solutions that retail customers can access in some shape or form, may once again make Bitcoin mining profitable to small individual miners around the world.
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calvin-af-crone · 2 years ago
Do you know if Calvin has ever just dropped a track like this? By like this I mean with absolutely no mention of it by Calvin himself. I mean he hasn't even acknowledged it. I need to see him soon so I know he is ALIVE. Thanks, for sharing I missed the full version. Love it.
I don’t believe he ever has. (Someone correct me if I’m wrong.) 
Altho FWBv1 came damned close. He didn’t give an interview about it or do any phone-in radio promos. He didn’t say anything at all about it until he was promoting Nuh Ready Nuh Ready. It naturally went to the top of Billboard’s Dance/Electronica Chart. But to this day, I believe the album would have sold more & been better appreciated if he had explained. But no, he threw the music out there to speak for itself. 
It seems obvious now Peace Love Happiness v3 was available on Soundcloud unintentionally. I dunno but maybe he put it up for someone to hear it & didn’t realize random fans might cruise thru his offerings on Soundcloud,  discover it, & alert EDM sites. I think someone at his label or Three Six Zero Group yanked it down from the cloud. Calvin was/is probably incommunicado on a commercial jet to NZ & didn’t/won’t find out he made headlines until he landed/lands. HA! 
To capitalize on the publicity, the track needs to be dropped NOW on iTunes & Spotify before his thirsty fans find a way to download it FOR FREE. Then he can include it during his shows. It’s long for radio & instrumentals rarely hit the top. Wouldn’t it be amusing if it made the Top 20? Or hit #1 in AUS, Asia & the UK?
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daikenkki: I could just imagine LM deciding to break up and go on solo careers just because of outraging the AUS/NZ fanbase over broken promises to have the LM5 tour come there. Bounce Back also flopped in Australia. Or worse, LM5 was their weakest selling album to date. That could have triggered the label to push them to start the sixth album sooner.
While I do think a split is coming in the next few years (unless RCA can somehow fix the mess this era and lowkey other eras have caused), I think it would be a bad and messy move for them to split now after 1. they’ve just moved to a new label and 2. they literally made fun of people thinking they’re gonna split last album. Like I just don’t see the label splitting however many albums the girls promised between them because that would only be a year or two’s worth of albums compared to assumingly 5+ years and I don’t see them ending the old contracts to draw up new contracts because  that puts them at risk of losing the girls should the girls choose to try and get solo deals elsewhere. 
Like end of the day, I do believe RCA has plans for the girls as a group, but this era was somewhat doomed from the start because Syco obviously wasn’t going to promote an act they no longer had a long term investment in and RCA (stupidly imho) wouldn’t get off their high horse and promote an album that they weren’t making money from, even if it meant putting them in a better position when they “started again” with Little Mix next era. Don’t get me wrong, I think Syco deliberately messed up things for Little Mix this era (predominately that one performance where the girls only sung like 2 new songs while promoting the album because at that point it’s not stupidity, it’s sabotage and I don’t think the girls or RCA would have chosen that), but, and I said this at the start of the era, end of the day, Syco was only losing a few dollars; RCA and the girls had far more to lose and as shitty as that situation was, they should have played ball and promoted the damn tour/album. And for Australia/New Zealand specifically, if they had to bank on the success of a mid era single in an era where they were not selling well to sell a decent amount of tickets, they should have cancelled straight up instead of dicking the fans around by rescheduling just to cancel at a later date, especially when this has apparently literally happened before with USA in the Salute era.
As for where this leads us, yes, I think you’re right in saying this era has pushed the next one into starting earlier than it otherwise would have. Like don’t get me wrong, I always believed this era was going to be shorter due to the girls wanting to get away from Syco as soon as possible, which is why I was surprised that they even toured at all, but I hoped it would be far less messy than this. I hope for the girls’ sake that they and RCA can somehow salvage what’s left of their international career and make it work, but I have to be honest, I’m not confident that they can. 
Like as much as I don’t like LM5, this should have been the erathat they exploded fame wise. Their lead single had Nicki fucking Minaj, arguably the biggest mainstream female rapper of our time as a feature and her promoting it, they had perfect songs for radio play for several different angles promotion wise (American Boy is catchy af, Woman’s World is a more adult sounding feminist anthem, The Cure is a self love song in a year where that kind of song thrived, Joan of Arc could have killed the charts and been played in every club around the world etc) and yet it just felt like everyone on all ends of this was too caught up in their ego to even try and make it work, leading it to somehow bomb. And like again, I don’t even like this album and I’m feeling this angry so I cannot imagine how people who genuinely love it and thought it would be the peak of the girls’ career up until this point feel.
So yeah, after the mess this era has caused and literally 99% of comments from international fans claiming that they’re done with the girls, all I can really do is pray that it’s just blowing off steam (not that I blame them if it’s not tbh) and that RCA has something in store past UK/Europe shows for the next era because otherwise I really can see their next album being their last together which breaks my heart to say.
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path-of-my-childhood · 11 months ago
Evermore and Willow Land Taylor Swift Second ARIA Charts #1 Album and Single for 2020
By: ARIA Charts (Albums Chart & Singles Chart) Date: December 19th 2020
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Taylor Swift scores her second chart-topper for 2020 as she debuts at #1 with evermore. Swift’s second surprise album for the year comes four months after she spent four weeks at #1 with folklore (#1 Aug, ’20). It becomes the American singer-songwriter’s seventh career #1 album, having also topped the chart with Speak Now (#1 Nov. ’10), Red (#1 Oct. ’12), 1989 (#1 Nov. ’14), Reputation (#1 Nov. ’17), Lover (#1 Sept. ’19) and folklore. This week, folklore is at #9, while 1989 is at #45 and Lover sits at #47.
With her two #1 albums in 19 weeks, Swift has broken the ARIA Charts record for shortest space between successive #1 albums. The record was previously held by Ariana Grande, who had #1s - Sweetener (#1 Aug. ’18) and Thank U, Next (#1 Feb. ’19) - in 25 weeks.
Swift also claims her seventh #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart as she debuts in the top spot with ‘Willow’. It becomes her second #1 single for 2020, having topped the chart for one week with ‘Cardigan’ (#1 Aug. ’20).
A total of twelve tracks from evermore appear in this week’s ARIA Top 50. As well as ‘Willow’, there’s ‘Champagne Problems’ (#12), ‘No Body, No Crime’ (#16), ‘Gold Rush’ (#21), ‘’Tis The Damn Season’ (#24), ‘Tolerate It’ (#33), ‘Happiness’ (#37), ‘Coney Island’ (#42), ‘Ivy’ (#43), ‘Evermore’ (#45), ‘Dorothea’ (#47) and ‘Long Story Short’ (#49).
Taylor Swift has also hit #1 with the singles ‘Love Story’ (#1 Mar. ’09), ‘Shake It Off’ (#1 Sept. ’14), ‘Blank Space’ (#1 Nov. ’14), ‘Bad Blood’ (#1 Jun. ’15) and ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ (#1 Sept. ’17).
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