Thursday, October 11, 2018

Is Satoshi Nakamoto due today? A mysterious prediction

Is Satoshi Nakamoto due today? A mysterious prediction

There is an article from the Economist that predicts that Satoshi Nakamoto is going to tweet today, October 10, 2018. The statement is worthy of Nostradamus and Vanga, but this news stirred the minds of many: those who love conspiracy theories, and just curious crypto-enthusiasts.

Satoshi Nakamoto, an anonymous man who revolutionized the world of Finance, not only kept his identity a secret, but disappeared from the radar. As he said in the last post, he decided to"move on to other things."

According to people interested in the subject, the January 9, 1988 issue of The Economist contains a prediction. On the first page they link to bitcoin. Here is the cover and the date:

The article is called "get Ready for the world currency". It seems that the reference is obvious, because for some bitcoin has become a global means of international payments.

A possible link to Satoshi Nakamoto's tweet is at the top of the article. The title "Takeshita Comes to Town" becomes the phrase "Satoshi Nakamoto Tweet"after rearranging the letters.

Funny coincidence, isn't it?

In addition, as you can see, the date appears on the cover: a Phoenix bird with a coin hanging from its neck. The denomination of the coin, I think, 10 Phoenix, and the bottom shows the year 2018. The symbol of the coin is a crossed-out zero, and the date 10/10/2018 can be seen vertically.

The website Trustnodes first raised the issue. Journalists noted that the magazine was released on January 9, " some suggested that he was in newsstands on January 3." This date is important because the bitcoin Genesis block was created on January 3.

Nakamoto likes symbolism. For example, Halloween, October 31-the day of revival.

It is known that Nakamoto is symbolic on certain dates. October 31 — Halloween, day of the revival. Ergo bitcoin, the new world.

Nakamoto's birthday is April 5, 1975. And on April 5, 1933, US President Franklin Roosevelt signed an order to seize gold from American citizens. In 1975, the order effectively ceased to be in force.

Whether to wait for a tweet from Satoshi Nakamoto? Even if it is unlikely someone will be able to check if the message is not soprovojdaetsya signed with the private key of his wallet.

Asian markets fell after North American

Asian markets fell after North American

The main indices of China, Japan and Korea were in the red zone after the collapse in the us stock market. In minus left and New Zealand

Following the fall in quotations in the us stock market in the negative left and Asian markets. Around 8:30 GMT Shanghai CSI 300 fell by more than 4%, Hong Kong Hang Seng — more than 3%, Japanese Topix — almost 3.5%, Nikkei 225 — 4%, Korean Kospi — more than 3.5%, according to the auction. The Asian MSCI index (excluding Japan) sank 3.86%.

Almost 7% fell shares of a large Chinese telecommunications holding Tencent, traded in Hong Kong. Shares of the Japanese it giant SoftBank sank by 6%. The fall also affected UC Rusal, whose shares are also traded on the Hong Kong stock exchange: the company's securities fell by more than 6%.

Stock markets began a sharp sell-off linked to IMF warnings of financial stability risks and trade disagreements, analysts at Australia and New Zealand Banking Group, Australia's fourth-largest Bank, told Reuters.

Along with Asian markets, new Zealand falls, the WSJ notes, the NZX 50 index fell by 3.6%, which was the maximum drop in ten years — from October 16, 2008.

On Wednesday, the United States would be the major stock market indices, including NASDAQ 100, S&P 500 and Dow Jones. The latter, in particular, lost more than 800 points at the end of the session, stopping at 25598.74 points. The reasons for the fall were the fears of investors associated with the consequences of the trade war between Washington and Beijing, as well as the increase in the yield of bonds of the Ministry of Finance.

The fall in quotations in the US is also due to the fact that on September 26,the fed for the third time in the year raised the key rate to the range of 2-2.5%. This led to a massive sale of Treasury bonds, resulting in their yield was higher than 3%, notes the Financial Times.

"I think the fed went crazy," us President Donald trump commented to reporters on the fall of the us indices. Later, he added that he did not consider the reason for the fall of the indices trade war with China.

The programming language CRN++

The programming language CRN++ for biochemical reactions has been developed

qimono CRN++programming language
Researchers at the University of Texas at Austin have developed a CRN++ programming language for biochemists. It needs to simplify the development of biochemical substances prior to their actual creation.

How it works?
The main problem in chemistry is to build the structure of the desired substance. This requires a method that takes into account many factors. CRN++ should solve this problem.

As stated by one of the developers of the new language Marco Vasik, the programming language CRN++ is designed to Express the course of chemical reactions. He drew an analogy with the classical YAP, and noted that CRN++ is an open-source language that will allow scientists to make additions as needed. Its source code is already available on GitHub.

Why is it necessary?
The authors position CRN++ as a programming language for synthetic and molecular biology. It is intended for the strict description of chemical reactions and allows to translate the program code in the record of chemical equations. It also manipulates the real values of chemical concentrations. Although deviations from the ideal output value cannot be avoided, scientists are developing methods to minimize errors and using tools to analyze them.

According to the researchers, the molecules interact with each other through chemical reactions, which allows you to program the biochemical system for certain actions. For this it is necessary only to direct the reaction along the correct path. Technically, it is an analogue of a chemical controller. The CRN++ programming language supports all types of chemical reactions.

There are a lot of programming languages in the world now. However, the most popular, according to the pypl rating for October 2018, is Python. In the TIOBE ranking for the same period, he did not even get into the top three.