Here’s Everything Leaving And Coming To Netflix In August 2017

Here’s everything leaving and coming to Netflix in August

  • On the one hand, Netflix is adding a number of anticipated originals, such as “Marvel’s The Defenders,” “Brad Paisley’s Comedy Rodeo,” and “Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later.”
  • Some of your favorite movies are on the way, too, including the “Matrix” trilogy, “Jackie Brown” and “Bad Santa.”
  • On the other hand, August could be super bad, as Netflix is losing “Superbad.”
  • Here’s what’s arriving:

    “A Cinderella Story”“Bad Santa”“Cloud Atlas”“Crematorium” (Season 1)“Everyone’s Hero”“Funny Games” (US)“Innerspace”“Jackie Brown”“Lord of War”“Maz Jobrani: Immigrant” (Netflix Original)“Nola Circus”“Opening Night”“Practical Magic”“Sleepy Hollow”“Small Soldiers”“Surviving Escobar ― Alias JJ” (Season 1, Netflix Original)“The Addams Family”“The Astronaut’s Wife”“The Bomb”“The Hollywood Masters” (Season 1)“The Last Mimzy”“The Matrix”“The Matrix Reloaded”“The Matrix Revolutions”“The Number 23”“The Royal House of Windsor” (Season 1)“The Truth About Alcohol”“The Wedding Party”“Tie the Knot”“Who Gets the Dog?

  • ”“Wild Wild West”

    “Jab We Met”“The Founder”

    “Sing”“The Invisible Guardian”

    “Icarus” (Netflix Original)“Voltron: Legendary Defender” (Season 3, Netflix Original)″Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later” (Season 1, Netflix Original)

    “My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic” (Season 7, Episodes 1-13)

    “Diary of an Exorcist ― Zero”

    “Atypical” (Season 1, Netflix Original)“Home: Adventures with Tip Oh” (Season 3, Netflix Original)“Naked” (Netflix Original)“True and the Rainbow Kingdom” (Season 1, Netflix Original)“White Gold” (Netflix Original)

    “Arthur and the Invisibles”“Hot Property”“Mission Control: The Unsung Heroes of Apollo”

    “The Outcasts”“Urban Hymn”

    “Barbeque”“Brad Paisley’s Comedy Rodeo” (Netflix Original)“21”“A New Economy”“All These Sleepless Nights”“Donald Cried”“Murderous Affair” (Season 1)“My Ex-Ex”“The Sweet Life”

    “Dinotrux” (Season 5, Netflix Original)“Glitter Force Doki Doki” (Season 1, Netflix Original)“I Am Sam”“Marvel’s The Defenders” (Season 1, Netflix Original)“What Happened to Monday” (Netflix Original)

    “AWOL”“Bad Rap”“Beautiful Creatures”“Gomorrah” (Season 2)“Unacknowledged”

    “Lynne Koplitz: Hormonal Beast” (Netflix Original)“Sadie’s Last Days on Earth”

    “Disjointed: Part 1” (Netflix Original)“Death Note” (Netflix Original)“DreamWorks Dragons: Race to the Edge” (Season 5, Netflix Original)“Once Upon a Time” (Season 6)

    “Bring It On: Worldwide #Cheersmack”“Ryan Hamilton: Happy Face” (Netflix Original)“The Good Place” (Season 1)

    Here’s what’s leaving:

    “10 Things I Hate About You”“Justice League Unlimited” (Seasons 1-2)“Justice League” (Seasons 1-2)“Babe”“Babe Winkelman’s Outdoor Secrets: 2014: Quarter 4”“Babe: Pig in the City”“Beneath the Helmet”“Black Widow”“Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry”“Electric Slide”“Elizabethtown”“From the Terrace”“From Time to Time”“Goodbye World”“Horsemen”“Hunter X Hunter” (Seasons 1-5)“Josef Fritzl: Story of a Monster”“Malibu’s Most Wanted”“Prefontaine”“Russell Brand: End the Drugs War”“Russell Brand: From Addiction to Recovery”“Teacher’s Pet”“The Delivery Man” (Season 1)“The Diabolical”“The Heavy Water War” (Season 1)“The Hunt” (Season 1)“The Little Engine That Could”“The Lizzie McGuire Movie”“The Verdict”“Young Justice” (Seasons 1-2)“Young@Heart”“Zack and Miri Make a Porno”

    “Pelican Dreams”“Personal Gold: An Underdog Story”

    “Human Capital”“The Spoils of Babylon” (Season 1)

    “Four Blood Moons”“Jesus People: The Movie”“Patch Town”“Two Days, One Night”

    “American Dad!”

Will August be great or super bad?
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Welp, Bitcoin Might Still Fork on August 1

Bitcoin is back on its bullshit, might still fork on August 1

  • The new version of bitcoin, which supporters are calling “Bitcoin Cash,” is being pitched as a refuge for bitcoiners who want the virtual currency to scale up to worldwide adoption but who don’t agree with some of the more popular proposals to do so.
  • This might surprise you if you’ve been following the “scaling debate,” an ongoing war of words between elements of the bitcoin community regarding how best to implement a code change that would allow the network to handle more transactions.
  • For about two years, the bitcoin community has been careening towards the possibility of a fork that would split the network into two versions; one that will support the code change, and another that won’t.
  • So, Bitcoin Cash is a new contingency plan intended to come into effect if on August 1 the network isn’t in agreement, causing instability.
  • The “cash” part is a nudge-and-a-wink to people who believe that bitcoin should be a low-cost payment network for everybody, and that big blocks are the solution.

What is ‘Bitcoin Cash’?
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VP Mike Pence’s New Chief Economist is a Bitcoin Supporter

  • Bitcoin supporter Mark Calabria from the Cato Institute has been selected to serve as Chief Economist for Vice President Mike Pence.
  • The Vice President of the United States, Mike Pence, has selected a well-known libertarian and Bitcoin advocate, Mark Calabria, as his chief economist.
  • Mark Calabria is not the first Bitcoin advocate to join the ranks of the Trump administration.
  • In 2015, Calabria expressed his concern with regards to Bitcoin regulations, saying:

    The Congressional Blockchain Caucus hopes to improve the approach to regulating cryptocurrencies through education about Bitcoin and blockchain technology.

  • Will the addition of Mark Calabria as Chief Economist help push Bitcoin adoption forward?

Bitcoin supporter Mark Calabria from the Cato Institute has been selected to serve as Chief Economist for Vice President Mike Pence.
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LedgerX Gets U.S. Approval for Derivatives on Digital Currencies

  • NEW YORK — The U.S. Commodity Futures Commission said on Monday it has granted New York-based LedgerX, a bitcoin options exchange, the first license to clear and settle derivative contracts for digital currencies.
  • The license authorizes LedgerX to provide clearing services for fully collateralized digital currency swaps.
  • LedgerX, which was also granted a license to operate as a swap execution facility early this month, initially plans to clear bitcoin options, the CFTC said in a statement.
  • The CFTC, however, also clarified in its statement that the approval of LedgerX’s license “does not constitute or imply a commission endorsement of the use of digital currency generally, or bitcoin specifically.”
  • With the settlement and clearing license, participants in the LedgerX trading platform will be able to hedge bitcoin and other digital currencies using exchange-traded and centrally cleared option contracts.

The U.S. Commodity Futures Commission said on Monday it has granted New York-based LedgerX, a bitcoin options exchange, the first license to clear and settle derivative contracts for digital currencies.
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Earnings and Income Disclaimer. We make every effort to ensure that we accurately represent these products and services and their potential for income. Earning and Income statements made by our company and its customers are estimates of what we think you can possibly earn. There is no guarantee that you will make these levels of income and you accept the risk that the earnings and income statements differ by individual. As with any business, your results may vary, and will be based on your individual capacity, business experience, expertise, and level of desire. The testimonials above are from Distributors. They were not paid to endorse the company, but do earn compensation from selling the product to customers and also new distributors who choose to sell the product as well on their teams. How cool is that!!
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Blockchain Will Disrupt Every Industry

Digital currencies powered by #blockchain are now a $100 billion industry #bitcoin

  • To learn more about the impact of Blockchain on businesses and industries, I spoke with Brett Colbert, Solutions CTO and Vice President of Enterprise Architecture at Salesforce.
  • In this role of Solutions CTO, Colbert leads the customer-facing Salesforce Enterprise Architecture team which helps customers and prospects strategically transform their business systems.
  • Colbert has been researching Blockchain for more than three years, leading customer implementations and collaborating with blockchain industry thought leaders.
  • Examples of Blockchain use by Industry – The answer isn’t in the technology, but in how the technology can improve inefficient business processes.
  • Here are a few examples of the opportunities that exist to improve processes in a variety of industries using Blockchain:

    This article was co-authored by Brett Colbert —- Solutions CTO, Vice President of Enterprise Architecture at Salesforce.

As with all major paradigm shifts, there will be winners and losers. But if we do this right, blockchain technology can usher in a halcyon age of …
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Initial coin offerings: Tech’s next bubble?

#InitialCoinOfferings: Tech's next bubble? 

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  • The S&P 500 technology index, a gauge of the leading US internet stocks, passed the record that had stood since March 2000.
  • Seventeen years after the bubble burst, technology investors feel much of the promise of the internet that led to such outlandish valuations has finally been realised, albeit much later than they had thought.
  • But at the same time, many fear that a new bubble is forming, involving another technology that has huge potential but may also be dramatically overhyped: the blockchain.
  • Listen to one of its advocates and you will hear that the blockchain could be the most significant invention since that of the internet itself.
  • It is best known as the technology that underpins the virtual currency Bitcoin, but its disciples believe its potential is far greater, and represents…

Last week, one of the final demons of the dotcom crash at the start of the 21st century was finally exorcised.
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Toronto says steps will cost $65,000-$150,000; man builds them for $550

  • Original story: A retiree in Toronto was unhappy with the length of time the city was taking to build a flight of stairs on a precarious slope.
  • Adi Astl, with the help of a homeless man he hired, built eight steps for $550, more than 100 times cheaper than the $65,000-$150,000 the city had estimated for the job.
  • Astl told CNN affiliate CTV News that members of his gardening group thanked him for building the stairs.
  • While the flight of stairs has been a welcome addition for the community in Tom Riley Park, the city is now threatening to tear down the stairway because it was not built according to the city’s regulations.
  • The city insisted that Astl should not have bypassed the legal steps and should have waited for city officials to handle the problem.

(CNN) Update: The stairs are gone! On Friday morning, a group of workers descended upon the staircase and dismantled it with power tools. According to a local Toronto radio station, the city decided the stairs were unsafe and had them removed.
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‘THIS IS NOT A DRILL:’ A Hacker Allegedly Stole $32 Million in Ethereum

[NEWS] THIS IS NOT A DRILL: A Hacker Allegedly Stole $32 Million in #Ethereum

  • According to a post by Parity founder Gavin Wood in the official chat channel for Parity, an ethereum client, a “critical” vulnerability in Parity led to at least three accounts being compromised by a hacker for a total loss of $31,725,019 USD worth of ether.
  • Specifically, Wood wrote, the vulnerability affected the contract used to create multi-signature ethereum wallets in Parity 1.5, the latest release.
  • There are ongoing efforts to secure funds in other potentially vulnerable wallets, Wood wrote, but those folks “will make an announcement in their own time.”
  • In other words, there may be other wallets affected by the hack than the three cited by Wood, but it’s not yet clear which were cleaned out by thieves, and which had their funds funneled out by good-guy hackers who may return them later.
  • As for a fix, Wood wrote in the Parity chat that the team will be releasing a fix “ASAP,” but in the meantime advised users with multi-signature wallets created with Parity to move their funds to a secure address.

It’s the second alleged hack this week.
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Bitcoin value tops gold for first time

Bitcoin value tops gold for first time - BBC News - @bbcnews -  - [#Cryptocurrency #Bitcoin]

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    A unit of the digital cryptocurrency Bitcoin has exceeded the value of an ounce of gold for the first time.It closed at $1,268 on Thursday while a troy ounce of gold stood at $1,233.

  • The value of Bitcoin has been volatile since it was first launched in 2009, and many experts have questioned whether the crypto-currency will last.Earlier this year, Chinese authorities cracked down on Bitcoin trading in an attempt to stop money flowing out of the country illegally.But the closer scrutiny from Beijing only briefly sent the currency lower.
  • Yet like all currencies its value is determined by how much people are willing to exchange it for.To process Bitcoin transactions, a procedure called “mining” must take place, which involves a computer solving a difficult mathematical problem with a 64-digit solution.
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    Verifying bitcoin transactions takes a lot of computer power

    For each problem solved, one block of Bitcoins is processed.

  • In addition the miner is rewarded with new Bitcoins.To compensate for the growing power of computer chips, the difficulty of the puzzles is adjusted to ensure a steady stream of new Bitcoins are produced each day.

Demand for the digital cryptocurrency has soared since the beginning of the year.
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