The Internet Almost Bought The U.S Constitution…

The internet almost bought the U.S Constitution. Or at least the only private copy of it…

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Giới thiệuThúy Navi

Thúy Navi 26 tuổi đam mê du lịch, công nghệ,đang sống và làm việc tại Hà Nội. Founder,Blogger tại Website: http://www.internetviettelnhatrang.com/

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  1. Had to throw this video up as it was an insane thing to happen the other day. Sadly the DAO didn't win even though my hopes were high. I also learned a lot while the video was filming so at the start I thought it was a page. But later on I learned it was one of the original copy's. Other than that hope you guys have a wonderful weekend and I'll see you guys soon with a brand new video! Thank you for the support!

  2. They are called gas fees specifically with ethereum because they are, well gas. Unlike Bitcoin and others which have a set rate, a single transaction can cost various amounts of gas while the gas price May remain the same. This has to do with the number of operations that a smart contract contains. If you are doing a lot of operations it's going to cost a lot of gas because it requires a lot more computation to perform. Whereas a simple transaction will require less. There are fixed rates for simple ethereum purchases, while altcoins have varying gas prices per transaction depending on the manner in which the altcoin is transferred. And the number of operations required to do so by the smart contract. It isn't called gas with Bitcoin, monero and others.

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