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Very Large Array

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VLA (Socorro, NM) from Stereo Chromatic on Vimeo.

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Warehouse Four

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Warehouse Four from Stereo Chromatic on Vimeo.

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High Hopes (@SamCham)

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Modern Web

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Introducting Modern Web LLC, an application development agency located in Columbus. OH.  For more information, please visit modweb.io.

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What is Dropoly?

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Dropoly.com is an amazing energy-saving web app created right here in Dayton, OH.   I saved over $160 a month just by playing Dropoly and making a few small changes around the house.   Start by watching the video we produced below and then head on over to Dropoly.com to start saving money!

 

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The Power of Scholarship

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Check out this video we produced for the University of Dayton!

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How to Install Bootstrap 3 in 60 seconds

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Special Live Chromatic Radio Broadcast on 5/21 at 10pm

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To celebrate the release of Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories on 5/21 (today) Stereo Chromatic will be streaming a special live broadcast from 10pm EST to Midnight via www.stereochromatic.com. Playing all of our Funk, Pop, Electronic, Hip-Hop and Dance favorites along with some original tunes from local Dayton artists.

 

We will also be giving away copies of R.A.M. during the show – follow us on Facebook and Twitter for your chance to win!

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Fun facts about Bitcoin

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Bitcoin is a peer-to-peer electronic cash system.  It’s purpose is to solve the double spending problem and 3rd party trust system that is inherit in most modern currency systems.  It was first proposed by Satoshi Nakamoto in this paper – http://bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf.

Every 10 minutes, 25 Bitcoins are generated by the network.  Every miner or mining pool is competing to find those 25 coins.

In 2017, that number will be halved to only 12.5 bitcoins being generated every 10 minutes.

The system can only create a total of 21 million bitcoins.  This limit will be reached in the year 2140.

A chart illustrating the total amount of Bitcoins generated over time

 

Bitcoin mining is basically a modern day computing arms race.  Whoever has the most computing power essentially has a better chance of solving the blocks.  Costs include hardware, internet connection and power consumption.  To setup your own Bitcoin miner, check out our tutorial here.

 

 

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