During the longest government shutdown in U.S. history, federal workers went a month without paychecks and food stamp recipients received their February disbursement in January with the warning to budget their food stamps to cover more time. Although the government is temporarily re-opened for three weeks, until February 15th, food stamps are disbursed calculating that poor, school-aged children will eat 1-2 meals at school. With snow and much of America freezing due to an unprecedented polar vortex, then school closings may stress the parents' food stamp budget to the point that many Americans may experience a food shortage in February.
If President Trump is willing to shut down the federal government and force federal employees to work without timely paychecks, then the same man cannot be trusted to timely feed the poor. Instead, he may use the poor as additional pawns in his ploy to obtain funding for a border wall. This means that the federal government should not be trusted to feed 38.6 million vulnerable adults and children. Hence, the Reparations Labor Union developed the Bridge Coin, a digital currency for food and water security. It's name is a protest cryptocurrency established to build bridges as opposed to Trump's wall. Eventually, we may wean ourselves from any dependency on the U.S. Government.
Some blacks are afraid of cryptocurrencies, thinking it is too complicated for them to understand. I tell them that the strength and weakness of black is that black absorbs everything. This is a weakness because we have absorbed the lie about our inadequacies and inferiority. The truth is that our strength is the ability to absorb knowledge. The gist of digital currency, demystified, is that it's money that's not dependent on a government or central bank. Digital currency can be used as a means of exchange for buying and selling, particularly for buying and selling on the Internet. This gives us the means of truly declaring our independence as a sovereign nation. For a basic understanding of cryptocurrencies, see the video below.
Volunteer beta testers are strongly encouraged to run the BridgeCoin on a virtual machine, virtual private server, or virtual private network so as to minimize risk to your computer. You assume all risk as a beta tester, but will also be rewarded because you will be mining Bridge Coins. Once 10,000 Bridge Coins are mined by beta testers using the proof of work algorithm, then proof of stake will be used. Instructions will then be given on how to set up a master/mother node.
Download the BridgeCoin for Windows at https://github.com/aebelle/BridgeCoin-for-Windows .
Download the BridgeCoin for Linux at https://drive.google.com/open?id=18lWdXcaNKa8sD8hA4boR6ci2DTLdrbQm .
- Run the program using the qt application.
- Encrypt your digital wallet by selecting "Settings" in the top left corner, then selecting "Encrypt Wallet" from the drop down menu. Follow the instruction and write down your password/passphrase then store it in a safe place.
- Use the following instructions to mine a block in the Windows Wallet:
Open your wallet, and make sure your wallet is connected with a node.
Your wallet is connected when you see the icon in the lower right corner of your wallet.
Go to Help.
Click Debug Window.
This is the console where you will execute all commands.
Type this command to start mining your first block:
setgenerate true -1
If you want to use a specific number of CPU cores, instead of -1, type the number of cores.
You can type the following command to see the status of generation.
It will take about +/- 5 minutes to mine your first block, depending on your computer hardware.
Use the following instruction to mine a block in the Linux/Ubuntu Wallet:
Install the following dependencies to start your wallet on Ubuntu Desktop 18.04.
sudo apt-get install build-essential libtool autotools-dev automake pkg-config libssl-dev libevent-dev bsdmainutils libboost-system-dev libboost-filesystem-dev libboost-chrono-dev libboost-test-dev libboost-thread-dev libminiupnpc-dev libzmq3-dev libqrencode-dev libprotobuf-dev libqt5gui5
Text me at 313-736-5505 if you have any questions or problems.
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