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Domain Offers & Requests / Re: Will bitcoin cash overtake bitcoin in the future?
« Last post by poliq on April 22, 2019, 03:28:48 PM »
First you need to read as much as you can on that topic. Especially if you plan any investments in future. I recommend to read some professional forecasts here https://www.crypto-rating.com/forecasts/ to be on the safe side. I always turn to it if I  need some qualified piece of advice or think over some profitable investment.
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Domain Offers & Requests / Re: Will bitcoin cash overtake bitcoin in the future?
« Last post by crabby2 on April 22, 2019, 03:24:21 PM »
Technically bitcoin cash is better than bitcoin (bigger blocks, so more transactions per seconds).

But bitcoin can change its block size easily (that is a parameter in the code). And I guess it will change its block size it if bitcoin cash is overtaking it.

All the bitcoin forks can be seen as labs for experimenting new things. Anything useful can be integrated in bitcoin in a few days.

So bitcoin cash will not overtake bitcoin.
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Domain Offers & Requests / Will bitcoin cash overtake bitcoin in the future?
« Last post by sunny7 on April 21, 2019, 01:39:36 PM »
Will bitcoin cash overtake bitcoin in the future?
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I think you need to consult some good company specializing in that field. I used to work with https://www.americanbackflowprevention.com/ They helped a lot to develop a reliable system of fire protection for my office. Simply give them a call. Hope it can help
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The most common false alarm problems will cause one of two factors : A beeping smoke alarm or one that sounds an alarm condition for no reason.

Normally, this will happen when cooking. However, there may be times when you find that it keeps beeping without any apparent reason. Vapors caused by frying or burning food can set off smoke alarms, especially if a detector is located near the kitchen. Smoke alarms near kitchens exposed to smoke from cooking, bathrooms exposed to steam, or areas exposed to dust can lead to smoke alarms going off for no clear reason.
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Domain Offers & Requests / Re: Is it safe to work in Malaysia?
« Last post by sunny7 on April 16, 2019, 02:40:49 AM »
Depends on your status, visa condition and some other factors. But in general yes, it is pretty safe there. I have been working for a couple of years in Malaysia already and had any problems with none of my positions. I believe you should look for a job there https://my.jobsora.com/jobs-account-petaling-jaya It is one of the biggest and most respectful resources for jobs searching in Malaysia. Hope it can help
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Domain Offers & Requests / Re: Is it safe to work in Malaysia?
« Last post by crabby2 on April 16, 2019, 02:37:48 AM »
I think its going to be about the same as in any developed/ing country. though you will see special treatment of the locals for most govt jobs or for those who can speak/write more than one language. if your a recent college grad i would try to find work in the country you graduated from as you will make more based on currency differences.
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What causes false fire alarms in smoke alarms? How can it be prevented?
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Domain Offers & Requests / Is it safe to work in Malaysia?
« Last post by poliq on April 14, 2019, 02:58:03 PM »
Is it safe to work in Malaysia?
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Domains - Questions & Answers / Re: I have this question.
« Last post by TimHK on April 12, 2019, 11:51:48 PM »
This is an unpleasant problem that you have such a relationship. Maybe you need to live separately and see if you should continue. You can try to chat on a dating site https://meetville.com/catalog/us/cg-2-ages/2310/woman-young to unwind and relieve stress
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