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Which exchange should be used?

Of all the exchanges mentioned in Discord, Telegram, Slack and Twitter, none seems to stand out as the obvious choice. All seems to have had their good share of shenanigans, on way or another. Either by delisting, which is an obvious no go, or more dangerous business models like hyperleveraging, crypto loans and worse.

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What's the big deal with companies not paying taxes

I have never understood why so many people are upset about companies not paying income taxes. Companies are not people! it is a bit like complaining that my horse, which does a lot of work in my farm (and gets paid with food, shelter and medical care) doesn’t pay income taxes either. A company is simply a business structure, a tool, an investment vehicle. When companies make a profit, they reinvest it or pay dividends. Reinvesting is good because hopefully it creates more jobs and more economic activity. Shareholders who receive dividends are, at the very end of the ownership chain, people, who then have to pay income tax on those dividends anyway. Taxes are paid, just further down the chain. I’m aware that some employees get companies to pay for their personal expenses (which seems unfair) but companies are then hit with Fringe Benefits Taxes, which are usually higher than income taxes anyway.

Could someone please tell me what part of the puzzle I’m missing?

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What would be the best year and version of the most powerful Apple laptop made so far?

How would people like @networkchuck @braxmantech @linustech think get the best checklist for the best year and version from their perspective? I have heard up to mid 2015 and never any older. This many different reasons that will come out in the time forward.

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What will replace OP_CHECKLOCKTIMEVERIFY & OP_CHECKSEQUENCEVERIFY after the Genesis upgrade?

Since these two opcodes will be removed after Genesis and (from my understanding) nLockTime works in a slightly different way (prevents transaction from being included in a block vs. UTXO being locked until given time/block height), how will be possible to achieve same functionality after that?

Is it possible to build a locking/redeem script using other opcodes that achieves the same result? Or is there something else?

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