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Old January 8th, 2019 #1
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Default Crypto in Relation to Agribusiness

I'm gonna be gone for a week to the Beekeeping Convention, working on some things that will be really exciting but in developing stages.

I saw today a coin related to Apiary work--haven't had a chance to look heavily into it yet but there are people funding farm operations on the Blockchain, and creating special currencies to do so with something called 'Waves'.

I am a little suspicious of 'Waves' as I've read of some scams with them but we shall see.

I will incorporate some aspect of this (Blockchain) into my business at some point but have to learn more.

Here is there White Paper. Would be kewl to see lots of things similar really get off the ground, creating a new avenue for self-reliance.

I know there are others but this one is super interesting--it is done by a Russian and you 'adopt a hive' by getting the coin and you get honey mailed to you periodically.

I don't know their plan for if a colony collapses or what have you, so the ins and outs are something one has to learn.
https://icobench.com/ico/apis
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Old January 8th, 2019 #2
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You go grrl.

Keep focusing on those bees, and give up misspellings for lent or whatever you people observe.

Make shit happen. Make money. Tell others how to do it.

Whining about niggers only goes so far.
 
Old January 8th, 2019 #3
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You go grrl.

Keep focusing on those bees, and give up misspellings for lent or whatever you people observe.
No, I'll focus on both racialism and bees. They go together actually, quite well.

Lol--you people--either White or Atheist, since that's what I am.

Lemme see: Lent is where, for 40 days, Christians replicate Jesus' going into the desert for 40 days...

As an actual Atheist I don't observe a-historical Catholic garbage, and as a White person I am not interested in finding the Messiah who fits the narrative for globalized world Jewry leadership.

Morality comes from evolution....tapping out their vs. there when sharing a site I'd just seen earlier is not really a moral conundrum I'm worried about.

Why, I've seen certain people putting no period at the ends of sentences and what-not, but I know that's not a morality thang, nor very interesting to point out.

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Make shit happen. Make money. Tell others how to do it.

Whining about niggers only goes so far.
Oh, I will. Racialism for me is going to be about much more than 'whining about niggers'. It always was, whether working on cases for people for hours for free, donating, or handing out Creativity cards when I was 22 and just wanted to share the info, nothing in it for me at the time but that.


Now I'm going to do that actual thing you are alluding to--but it's quite racial.

I will never disappear from racialism.

As for a business: one must set something up before they can share it. There will be a project here on the prairie (Look I done spelled prairie right!) that will interest those who like to work, and are okay with going out of anonymity into the open. It is a one-year in the making thing, though, as it involved getting a grant, licensing, and so on and is not done yet.


You betcha, I will be telling others how to do it.

But some things should be well established before drawing anti-raycis eyes to them.

But I'm not worried about being kicked out of a beekeeping convention.

Today we go to South Carolina to the convention, and it's actually still got registration available--it starts today but I'm only going for the 9th -11th for the things that involve me.

It runs to the 12th but you can go for whatever days you want.

A link if there are people who share that interest and are in the area--it is an expense but if you are seriously interested in the industry, it is a way to network and get internships/jobs, and learn as well:

https://www.abfnet.org/event/abf2019

^^There are similar events in all of these industries, and websites where farmers share info related to learning and internships for whatever your interest is.

I found mine on WOOF.org, that's where I went to find out who was near me who was already doing this and could show me, hands on, what to do.

Then I coupled that with 'book learnin'.

There is also another venture that a couple dozen people here in NoDak are doing involving hemp oil. I want to learn about this as well as the wine industry--I never would have imagined wine was possible in this State but yes indeed, it is a growing industry here. But my thing is raspberries--they grow well here.

And there is the Angora rabbit/Sheep wool for yarn that is big right next door in Saskatchewan.

I have a main focus but there will be an ability to branch out into the other industries, once one grows.

As you see with Attorneys in Texas who get Real Estate licenses automatically upon passing the Bar--they branch out, growing their money in another industry. This is all the same industry but different ventures.

I will share in this thread on all those things but I will be doing workshops both in person and online in future. Mainly on beekeeping. The rest is much farther out most likely.

Might be preggo too, must wait to see. I want our kiddos to have something we've left them that they can keep forever, hopefully loving it as much as I do but at least benefitting from it if not.

Something that can't be easily taken.

I want them to learn to be like this (this is something I hold dear): I could care less about being slobbered over for having the 'right' opinion.

If anyone is in So Carolina at this thingamajig you can recognize meh, I don't hide.
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Old January 8th, 2019 #4
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Default Buzz Coin

On the line-up tomorrow is 'Buzz Coin' and I am interested to hear more.

Looked at their site, they've actually been around since 2017.

https://www.coin-report.net/en/buzz-coin/

Looks like agro ventures use something called 'GetNode', described here. Will have to learn more when I can. This thread should focus on the crypto aspect in Agribusiness, the other aspects only partially apply, since they tie-in to how to get grants and what the other requirements are for your business before you are to the point where it can go on the blockchain:

"The Masternode Pool Club GetNode is the only provider of its kind. GetNode allows its members to participate in a unique masternode pool that is already over 100 Bitcoin in size. Through active management of the pool and constant purchase of new masters, GetNode has achieved very good results. So who ever wanted a passive income through Masternodes*, here is the change. With a minimum of 1000 Euro or 0.2 Bitcoin a quick start is possible. The deposit can be made via Bitcoin or Euro. The payment is made automatically every two weeks via Bitcoin. We are even invested in GetNode with 1.2 Bitcoin and so far we are very satisfied with the results."

The 'GetNode' site:

https://club.getnode.io/?r=P919t1659
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Old January 10th, 2019 #5
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Default Most Masternodes are Scams, It Appears

The title may be an overstatement but I am not as enthused as before on the crypto aspect, at least not in relation to GetNode.

Knowing how this works will be necessary perhaps, but I know some of what is wrong with this as well.

Like Masternodes: they are simple to set up. Even if you have a hard time setting it up there are services like 'Digital Price' that will help you.

BUT, the risk is high since coins can shed up to 90% of their value in mere months.

Buzzcoin is at $0.000024 in dollars, 0.00000001 in Bitcoin, and 0.00000016 in Ethereum.

It went down over 98% in one year.

Gawd.

So with Masternodes, in order for it to work, the network has to be worth something.

And for it to be worth something, the coin has to be used for something other than staking, the way you see with remittance or ecommerce.

So focusing on generating demand for a blockchain before launching masternodes makes more sense.

Zencash is going to add masternodes in the future, but that is a feature of something that is already useful and established.

Would like to learn how one builds something like THAT with others and then add masternodes in the future when you have established something that makes sense.

Regarding something else presented today that was interesting in relation to International trade, and bringing people, plants, and animals into a country without any concern for others: Dr. Ramsey speaking about Tropilaelaps Mites.

The worst mites we have in the USA are Varroa, and they are so prevalent you will definitely get them delivered to you if you buy your bees in a nuc (where the colony is already formed and there is brood, comb, etc. already).

The mites Dr. Ramsey spoke about are native to Asia, where the bees that the mites prey on are so large they have never been able to be 'kept' by humans.

If it ever gets to America, the bees are done.

Which means so is the food.

So what comes into your country kind of matters, doesn't it.

Also on a side note---and regarding race--the Russian bees are given a bad rap for being slightly more aggressive than the Italian--I say who cares since they are resistant to Varroa at a significant rate compared to the Italians. Same with tracheal mites.

To me, top bar hives and Russian Bees, both somewhat unorthodox methods since the USA is using Langstroth hives and Italian Bees primarily--are a good idea, esp. for start ups. Cheaper for one (top bar hives are far less expensive than Langstroth, the bad thing is you can't add supers as the colony grows but you can add another top bar hive and split two colonies and re-queen them), and when you inspect the hive you don't disturb the colony nearly as much as you do in a Langstroth, which is safer for both bees and beekeeper.

Russian Bees do well in the North also, their aggressiveness is toward hive beetles, not people, and their defensiveness/aggressiveness is not too different from the Italian with regard to anything else.

African Bees make more brood than food, and the males will actually go off and 'get a European' (where the White Women at?) and if they do this, the result is not a gentle bee that makes tons of brood, but a dangerous bee.

They actually teach race in any beekeeping course, including the avoidance of allowing Africans to introduce their genes into the colony. To the point of killing any bees where this has happened so it doesn't get out of control.

Violent Africans preying on Euros is allowed to be discussed if one is talking about the superfamily Apoidea.
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Old January 10th, 2019 #6
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One presenter is covering this later today:

Finding out who produced something (Third World child labor?) or if it contains the ingredients it claims to contain--the latter being really important if one has food allergies or if they are lying and selling an unsafe product.

So there are coins from companies like Ripe.io using blockchain in agribusiness for the transparency--to verify the origin of the product, where it's been on it's journey, and ingredients in the foods.

On the other hand this means people may not want to buy locally if they can get what they want (or very much need) from somewhere else. And that ties into another blockchain thing-'Smart Containers'.

Even the scum of Walmart are using the IBM blockchain initiative to track Mexican mangoes all over the world, because it's more efficient--the logistics are faster and since delays can cause damaged/wasted food it's considered very interesting even to mainstream now. Kroger is doing this also.

So those two things are of interest in any food venture, not sure what will become of it--one can think of some bad aspects as well, like info getting into the wrong hands--right now they are using "permissioned blockchains" to make sure which parties are granted access to what info.

Will take time to really understand all of this, but things will change quite a bit in the next decade or so in all industries, and it will be necessary to understand. I'm more interested in the farming aspect than the business end frankly, I did organic gardening for years just for myself-but understanding that aspect is necessary if it is a livelihood of course.

It would be good for people to learn self-sufficiency just to do it, just for the sake of enjoying the craft too. Wypipo are not being encouraged to do anything anymore, and as a result we are losing our skills.

While we learn all of this technology that isn't going away, we need to know how to do things again. Our ancestors made their own furniture and their children's toys. They'd be flabbergasted that we can't do it, or that we have all this technology at our disposal and find things like that 'hard', or have no interest in them.

Think about what you really like to do, based on how you feel when you're doing it and what the results are of doing it. Then go do it.

My friend who started the Deer Repellant company made the statement about how to do what you love, 'start immediately'. Whether you're getting rid of something or starting something, 'start immediately' is a good way to do it.

It will be some time before the crypto aspect of agro is fully grasped and incorporated, the other components are first/key.

But it's likely that 'Smart Containers' and similar are on the front line of things people will be using (especially smaller businesses) due to cost, if they intend to grow.
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Old January 11th, 2019 #7
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Concluded for the day, no raycis people came or at least not that said so, lol. There's one more day of it but that was my last. This was very interesting.

A company called ApisProtect was discussed by a panel: I thought this sounded so strange at first but now I wonder why it hasn't been implemented sooner, we've had this technology for a while.

ApisProtect is an Irish Agro-Tech company, and they got a $1.8 million gob of financing to expand internationally.

They're about to open their first U.S.A based office in Salinas, California.

ApisProtect gives "real-time hive monitoring powered by satellite-enabled sensors retrofitted to existing beehives".

It's a more effective way to manage colonies.

Whenever you manually check the hive, it can allow disease, and pests to deteriorate hive health,*and this eliminates that.

I'm pretty blow away by that, it may really revolutionize the industry.

I wonder how many South African Beekeepers there are who are White, since this is being used in So. Africa.

They monitor 144 hives across Europe and here wa well but they will increase to*more than*200 units (9 million bees) by the end of 2019, according to what they presented. They'll have 20 apiaries across the U.S., Ireland, and So. Africa.

They do it by collecting data on*temp/ humidity, carbon dioxide, sound/ movement from a single sensor unit placed inside the hive.*

Nobody said how much it costs, lol. I will look into it, I think getting into the tech world for Agro is a smart idea for Whites in the US, especially who live in communities that depend of Agro for a great deal of their community members' livelihood.
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Good luck with the beekeeping venture, Emily. You're no doubt aware of the decline in bee populations which can adversely affect our entire food chain, so anyone that pursues this as a business or otherwise is great.
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Good luck with the beekeeping venture, Emily. You're no doubt aware of the decline in bee populations which can adversely affect our entire food chain, so anyone that pursues this as a business or otherwise is great.
TY Ray.

I want to create a White venture though, not just a business, though it is one. Not just me. In this and in some other areas, I'd like to see this being done.

There are those who can do it, if they just will DO it.

I don't necessarily think the future is as bleak as they've painted. Sometimes I do and it's disconcerting. And sometimes it's clear that it doesn't have to be.
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