clouds at dusk dramatic

Photography editing, Clouds – which 1 do you prefer?

clouds at dusk 2
clouds 2 (original)

Both images taken with Taken with Fuji – X-E1. The bottom picture is the original . It was then processed in photoshop cs6 using auto colour correction.
I can usually decide on 1 image if i have multiple images similar but on this occasion i cant make up my mind up which to choose.
when i cant decide i usually print both and put them on the wall and look at them over the next few days.
At the moment i still can’t decide, both have their own quality.

Please comment which image you prefer. 🙂

#SPUD5: The Continuous Compounding

and yes!!!

BITVAVO’s withdrawal received at my wallet, 300 STEEM for 45 Euros!!!! Not bad at all, and the best of all with super tiny fee 12 cents!!!

Now I have fully certified my audit on BITVAVO exchange, they are reliable, fast and secure besides having unsurpassed fees. Next step will be to test them the other way around, so withdrawing CASH from them but it will be another story and not for the near future…first we all want to see STEEM at its best!!!

But this has not been the end of my #SPUD journey today.

Then, I have reviewed my earnings at Steem-Engine wallet, obtaining 40 STEEM more…

Converting some SBD to STEEM as well…

and finally powering up the whole STEEM liquid of my wallet today.

In total, a little more than 364 STEEM powered up which is a sudden increase of 5.2% of my STEEM POWER!!!

This is the power of compounding, trade, invest in some nice tribes tokens, work, engage and get rewards…

and, What better time to do it if it isn’t now at #newsteem?

Thanks to @streetstyle for this nice initiative!

Steem on!


The Use of Mobile Phones in the Business Industry

It is very right saying illiteracy is one of the major problems why the adoption and use of mobile phones technology for the business world mainly in Africa has been suffering a great setback compared to other developed countries. Come to think of it, Don’t it seem like the use of mobile phones technology in the business world in Africa will be a formidable force to reckon with in Africa in the nearest future?

Ask me why! The reason being that you would notice these new generation of African youths are already making use of mobile phones technology to build businesses. They use it for advertisement purposes mainly. Quite a lot of them act as influencers who influences customers to patronize a business. Left to me, I think I see a bright future here. In conclusion, our governments can also be of help by making the price of phone cheaper. Thanks for sharing.

The Sunday Crypto Recap – Down the Rabbit Hole 44

Study hard what interests you the most in the most undisciplined, irreverent and original manner possible.
Richard Feynmann

The purpose of this weekly series is to recap some of the interesting ideas and concepts across a wide range of disciplines which each and every week in crypto seems to throw up. This ‘learners paradise’ is a great space to explore but also asks a lot of those who delve into it.

Got a grasp on basic programming logic, how about Austrian economics, or quantum computing or precisely how hashing algorithms underpin blockchains? Taking a moment to reflect or recap on the recent concepts and ideas crossing the crypto landscape can be very beneficial whether you are a hardcore day trader or just exploring a casual interest in the space.

It’s important to note that not every idea here reflects my own bias or opinion. If it’s here, it’s because it made me think.

Picks of the Week

In addition to this excellent comparison of EOS and ETH, this sobering take on the current state of the crypto landscape and the challenges facing any decentralized project is well worth thinking on. Five levels of explanation on the topic of Quantum computing is another highlight.


A different take on BTC market capitalization:

Ripple replies to selling into market tag:

A BTC thought:

200K BNB – took 16 seconds to lend:

Cash bans are pending whether you live in the West or the East:

A rough average of purchase points for holders of some of the top cryptos:

A likely Brexit outcome – no but worth thinking on:


Inflation is beginning to really hurt (the valuation of) some major crypto projects:

Grim take on the state of decentralization (recommended but I wouldn’t take it all at face value):

A well researched and thorough comparison of EOS v Ethereum networks (highly recommended):

A brief review of blockchain token models:

Moving beyond blockchain isolationism:

How did the US-China trade dispute get to this point?:


Another wide-ranging discussion of cryptography and a range of blockchain mechanisms/issues (recommended):

A brief exploration of the tenets of Austrian economics and its relationship to crypto, in particular, Bitcoin maximalism.


An optimistic take on recessions/hyper-growth/universal basic income (recommended):

Analysing the current BTC pullback (recommended):

Ethereum focused platforms that pay interest on your crypto (use with caution):

Colin on difficulties facing both EOS and Ethereum:

Quantum computing – graded explanations (recommended):


BTC market dominance may, in fact, be a lot higher than CoinMarketCap indicates:

Website / Utility

Stay up to date on EOS airdrops and airgrabs (yes they still happen):

That’s a wrap on another compelling week in crypto. As always looking forward to your comments and suggestions.

Note on Sources:

Twitter & Reddit (cryptos current meta-brains) / Medium / Trybe / Hackernoon / Whaleshares / TIMM and so on/ YouTube / various podcasts and whatever else I stumble upon. The aim is a useful weekly aggregator of ideas rather than news. Though I try to keep the sources current – I’ll reference these articles and podcasts etc. as I encounter them – they may have been published just a couple of days ago or in some cases quite a bit earlier.