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  1. It's the key to chaos. Soon, if (dare i say, when) it becomes legalized in more countries, there would be a high rise of illegal, untraceable transactions, and then we will seek to `cob` the chaos, which will lead to more chaos and loop holes... Normal human cycle since bible days.
  2. Have you found someone to help you with this? I have a team, I can be of help. Let me know.
  3. 1Kings 17:8 - 16. God said (KJV) He has commanded the woman to sustain Elijah... But obviously, as we clearly see from the story, the woman had no idea about any command or instructions... 🤔 Does it mean God can 'command' people to do things (and they do it) without their own knowledge?
  4. You can create subdomain to try your hands on several things.
  5. By any expert to help do you mean someone who has apple account to help or someone to tell you how to do it?
  6. Update. Got the job. I didn't know how to close the thread (because of all the replies) ... so I just deleted the content and updated it with this. And I revived my company too. I guess this is a testimony.
  7. Now, I am convinced that a Mac computer is more "all round" useful than Windows or Linux computer... A Mac Computer is suitable for the technical person (computer programmer / Developer) Very useful for the designer (With good retina display, nothing like it) And useful for the everyday user. I would rather "invest" in a Mac Computer than a windows computer, and I'll have a Linux backup machine, just for experiment sake
  8. What do you think of bitcoin Or crypto currencies generally?
  9. @4LdKHVCzRDj2 awesome. Thanks, I'll give you a start after I try it.
  10. Okay, I should probably say this again... I made it for myself and decided to share it here in case someone might find it useful (maybe a learner goes through the code and learn from it or someone uses it to generate random codes). Either way, @Omegaman 3.0 The idea of open source is not to create something unique... not always... it's to learn from each other. I would read people's code even though I know how to achieve whatever is the end product of the software... because while reading it, you'll probably see something new.
  11. Nice! Your read me file does not have explanation on how to run it...
  12. Hmm, good point. Thanks for the resource you shared, I'll have a look at it. Did you make it? @4LdKHVCzRDj2
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