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[OC] If the regular season ended today, who would make your All-NBA 1st team? And 2nd team? And 3rd team? And 4th team? And 5th team? And 6th team? And 7th -- uh oh -- I think I lost my marbles... but let's keep going... 8th team? 9th team? 10th team?

Getting named as an NBA All-Star is a high honor, but being named to an All-NBA team is even rarer air. After all, only 15 players in the entire league earn that distinction. The fact that it's such an exclusive club makes it so important, so the idea of adding more players to the list would devalue it by nature. It'd be a silly, fruitless exercise, and a complete waste of time.
That said... it sure beats "reality" right now. And in the interest of escapism, let's entertain that hypothetical. Who would make your 1st team All-NBA? Your 2nd? Your 3rd? Your 4th? The challenge is get all the way up to the 10th if you can handle that test of your sanity.
For my own, I include a few caveats:
--- The NBA breaks down All-NBA spots more traditionally with frontcourt and backcourt, but I find that outdated. For mine, I'm going to include 1 "lead guard," 2 "wings," 1 "big," and 1 "flex" that can be any position. To me, that's reflective of the modern game. Most teams play with 1 guard, 3 wings, and 1 big, but there are teams that use 2 lead guards, or 2 bigs, etc.
--- The nature of basketball statistics tends to break down by game, or by minute, or even by play/possession. In the process, we tend to overlook players who are durable and add aggravate value over the course of a season. Personally, I'm going to factor in "games played" more than most would.
--- The advanced stats I'm listing are true shooting percentage and ESPN's estimated "wins added" based on their real plus/minus metric.
With all that said, let's get to the madness.
1st TEAM
GUARD: James Harden (HOU). 34.4 points, 7.4 assists, 62 TS%, +10.4 wins added
You can tell when a player has reached an historic level of greatness when no one seems to care when they're averaging over 34 points per game (on awesome efficiency.) Ho hum.
WING: LeBron James (LAL). 25.7 points, 10.6 assists, 58 TS%, +11.0 wins added
After last year's disappointment, LeBron James has come back leaner and meaner, with much better effort on D. He hasn't been attacking the paint and drawing fouls quite as well as he did in his youth, but he's adjusted his playing style and racked up a career high in assists.
WING: Giannis Antetounkmpo (MIL). 29.6 points, 13.7 rebounds, 61 TS%, +11.2 wins added
The Greek Freak's struggles at the free throw line (down to 63%) have lowered his efficiency from last year, but he's still clearly in contention for another MVP season. His point total nearly matches his minutes (30.9).
BIG: Nikola Jokic (DEN). 20.2 points, 6.9 assists, 60 TS%, +6.0 wins added
The Joker LOOKS like he should be a complete liability on defense, but the stats haven't born that out (he's +1.8 on that end in RPM.) And given that, his transcendent passing ability assists (get it???) his 1st team candidacy.
FLEX: Anthony Davis (LAL). 26.7 points, 2.4 blocks, 61 TS%, +5.2 wins added
The Lakers have vaulted into the top 3 in defense, largely due to Anthony Davis' ability to wreak havoc on that end. And keep in mind, he's leading his team in PPG as well.
2nd TEAM
GUARD: Damian Lillard (POR). 28.9 points, 7.8 assists, 62 TS%, +4.9 wins added
If it wasn't for Steph Curry and James Harden, Dame would be looking at a lot more first-team All-NBA seasons. This hasn't been Portland's best by any stretch, but it's hard to fault him for that.
WING: Luka Doncic (DAL). 28.7 points, 8.7 assists, 58 TS%, +5.9 wins added
No doubt, Luka Doncic is our toughest exclusion from the 1st team and the one I figure will be the most unpopular pick (so far.) The reason he slipped off the 1st team for me is the injury; he's played 10 less games than Nikola Jokic.
WING: Kawhi Leonard (LAC). 26.9 points, 5.0 assists, 59 TS%, +5.7 wins added
Similarly, it's always going to be tough for me to justify Kawhi on a 1st team as long as he takes off games (he's missed 13/64 so far.) Still, he should be rested and ready to go for another title campaign.
BIG: Rudy Gobert (UTA). 15.1 points, 13.7 rebounds, 70 TS%, +4.5 wins added
I wonder if Rudy Gobert's coronavirus issues will hurt him in media votes in the future. Personally, I'm just going to keep rewarding him and recognizing him as one of the most impactful players in the league.
FLEX: Jimmy Butler (MIA). 20.2 points, 6.1 assists, 58 TS%, +4.1 wins added
Jimmy Butler's struggled to score from the field this year, but his ability to draw contact and get to the line (9.1 FTA) keeps his efficiency above average. And therein, his passing and defense help boost him into this range.
3rd TEAM
GUARD: Chris Paul (OKC). 17.7 points, 6.8 assists, 61 TS%, +5.5 wins added
An incredible year all around for CP3, who has turned 35 years old this month.
WING: Jayson Tatum (BOS). 23.6 points, 7.1 rebounds, 56 TS%, +4.6 wins added
We all know him as a deadly scorer, but Jayson Tatum's added strength has helped him hang at the 4 spot on defense, which is a boon for the Celtics' small-ball/wing-ball approach.
WING: Khris Middleton (MIL). 21.1 points, 6.2 rebounds, 62 TS%, +3.7 wins added
Giannis is the engine that drives the Bucks, but having shooters like Middleton around him is key.
BIG: Pascal Siakam (TOR). 23.6 points, 3.6 assists, 56 TS%, +4.8 wins added
Without Kawhi Leonard soaking up attention, Pascal Siakam's not getting as many easy baskets (his 2-point FG% has dropped from 60.2% to 50.6%.) Still, he's a hugely valuable player on both ends of the floor. Is he a true “big?” No. But I think that term is broad enough to extend past centers and can include PFs as well for our purposes.
FLEX: Russell Westbrook (HOU). 27.5 points, 8.0 rebounds, 54 TS%, +6.0 wins added
I've never been a big Westbrook fan, but I give him credit for keeping his activity level and productivity up in a new role. He's gotten better and better as the season has gone on as well.
4th TEAM
GUARD: Ben Simmons (PHI). 16.7 points, 8.2 assists, 61 TS%, +4.2 wins added
Shooting? Still a problem. But fortunately, Ben Simmons does virtually everything else well. He can also step up his game when needed (like when Embiid is out.)
WING: Donovan Mitchell (UTA). 24.2 points, 4.2 assists, 56 TS%, +2.1 wins added
I don't know if Donovan Mitchell is truly any better than any high-scoring SGs like Devin Booker or Zach LaVine, but we have to reward him from being on a winner.
WING: Brandon Ingram (NO). 24.3 points, 6.3 rebounds, 59 TS%, +2.4 wins added
A candidate for Most Improved, Brandon Ingram helped carry his team early in the season. He'll still have to figure out his chemistry with Zion Williamson, but it's safe to say he made himself a lot of money this year.
BIG: Bam Adebayo (MIA). 16.2 points, 10.5 rebounds, 61 TS%, +3.1 wins added
Bam's ability to move the ball on offense (5+ assists) and move his feet on defense is key to the team. The scary part is: he may have another level to his game to reach.
FLEX: Devin Booker (PHX). 26.1 points, 6.6 assists, 62 TS%, +3.5 wins added
It's getting hard to blame Devin Booker for Phoenix's W-L record. He's just a flat-out stud scorer.
5th TEAM
GUARD: Trae Young (ATL). 29.6 points, 9.3 assists, 60 TS%, +3.2 wins added
Like Devin Booker, Trae Young is an offensive savant. Unfortunately, his defense is even more of an issue. He graded at -3.1 in RPM on that end, one of the worst in the entire NBA.
WING: Bradley Beal (WAS). 30.5 points, 6.1 assists, 58 TS%, +1.8 wins added
You expect Trae Young to be bad at defense, but Bradley Beal has graded surprisingly bad there as well (-2.8 RPM.) Of course, starting alongside Isaiah Thomas doesn't make that easy. Nevertheless, we had to downgrade him a few spots for the inconsistent effort there.
WING: Jaylen Brown (BOS). 20.4 points, 6.4 rebounds, 59 TS%, +3.3 wins added
Coming out of Cal, some scouts questions Jaylen Brown's feel for the game. Right now, it's hard to find many things that he doesn't do well.
BIG: Joel Embiid (PHI). 23.4 points, 11.8 rebounds, 59 TS%, +2.8 wins added
Embiid would rank higher at full strength, but he's missed about 1/3 of the season so far.
FLEX: Kyle Lowry (TOR). 19.7 points, 7.7 assists, 59 TS%, +3.2 wins added
Now age 34, Kyle Lowry continues to play very well on both ends. He's the little engine that could -- or perhaps more appropriately, the caboose.
6th TEAM
GUARD: Eric Bledsoe (MIL). 15.4 points, 5.4 assists, 58 TS%, +2.9 wins added
Eric Bledsoe gets more flak than credit, but he's still one of the best players on the best team in the league.
WING: Zach LaVine (CHI). 25.5 points, 4.2 assists, 57 TS%, +4.3 wins added
If the Bulls had a better record, Zach LaVine could have been a few spots higher. His defense isn't quite as bad as advertised either.
WING: C.J. McCollum (POR). 22.5 points, 4.3 assists, 54 TS%, +3.7 wins added
This must be the "all flak" team, because C.J. McCollum also gets blamed a lot for Portland's struggles to get over the hump. To me, Dame+CJ isn't the problem; the complete mess at the SF-PF position is to blame.
BIG: Domatas Sabonis (IND). 18.5 points, 12.4 rebounds, 59 TS%, +1.5 wins added
Arvydas' kid also has some baby Joker to his game, as his 5.0 assists are a huge part of Indiana's offense.
FLEX: Paul George (LAC). 21.0 points, 3.9 assists, 58 TS%, +2.5 wins added
Again, I'm factoring in games played more than most, and Paul George (42 GP) has missed quite a bit of time.
7th TEAM
GUARD: Kemba Walker (BOS). 21.2 points, 4.9 assists, 57 TS%, +2.5 wins added
Kemba Walker doesn't have the same workload in Boston as he did in Charlotte, and the stats reflect that. Still, he's safely one of the top 10 PGs in the league.
WING: Bojan Bogdanovic (UTA). 20.2 points, 4.1 rebounds, 60 TS%, +2.6 wins added
Here we're talking BOJAN (from Utah) and not BOGDAN (from Sacramento), although they're both good. Bogey's delivered on the three-point shooting for Utah, hitting 41.4% on 7+ attempts a game.
WING: Danilo Gallinari (OKC). 19.2 points, 5.5 rebounds, 61 TS%, +2.8 wins added
Perpetually underrated, it may be time we stop acting shocked when Gallo's teams (LAC last year, OKC this year) are better than people expect.
BIG: Karl-Anthony Towns (MIN). 26.5 points, 10.8 rebounds, 64 TS%, +2.7 wins added
KAT was among the hardest to rank for me. Offensively, he's historically great -- arguably the best shooting center of all time. The defense is an issue, of course, and the workload is what doomed him on my list. His 35 games played is our lowest total so far.
FLEX: Jrue Holiday (NO). 19.6 points, 6.9 assists, 54 TS%, +3.5 wins added
It's fitting that Jrue Holiday is listed at "flex," because he's gone from a pure point guard to a jack of all trades.
8th TEAM
GUARD: Ja Morant (MEM). 17.6 points, 6.9 assists, 57 TS%, +1.6 wins added
As the lead guard of a team, you expect Ja Morant to put up good raw stats. However, his efficiency and steadiness is remarkable for a rookie making the leap from Murray State. He also gets a boost for leading Memphis into playoff position (for now, until the NBA decides to snatch that away.)
WING: Evan Fournier (ORL). 18.8 points, 3.2 assists, 60 TS%, +2.1 wins added
Quietly, Evan Fournier is having a good season for Orlando. If you don't believe me, google it.
WING: Robert Covington (HOU). 12.8 points, 1.5 steals, 57 TS%, +2.8 wins added
Every team would love to have a low-usage 3+D forward like RoCo. Except for Philly and Minnesota, I guess.
BIG: Hassan Whiteside (POR). 16.3 points, 14.2 rebounds, 64 TS%, +2.1 wins added
This may be a controversial pick because Whiteside has become a punching bag for fans, but he may have made the rare transition from underrated to overrated (and overpaid) and back to underrated again.
FLEX: Tobias Harris (PHI). 19.4 points, 6.8 rebounds, 56 TS%, +2.1 wins added
Speaking of overpaid... Tobias Harris hasn't lived up to his giant contract yet, but he's undoubtedly a good starter to have on your team.
9th TEAM
GUARD: Spencer Dinwiddie (TOR). 20.6 points, 6.8 assists, 54 TS%, +3.0 wins added
Nothing raises your bitcoin valuation more than that sweet, sweet All-NBA 9th team trophy.
WING: Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (OKC). 19.3 points, 6.1 rebounds, 57 TS%, +2.1 wins added
Like Jrue Holiday, SGA is a point who can play "up" a position. In fact, he’s been working effectively at both SG and SF this year, as illustrated by that nice rebounding rate.
WING: Duncan Robinson (MIA). 13.3 points, 3.3 rebounds, 68 TS%, +3.0 wins added
This may be high for a one-trick pony, but that trick happens to be quite a valuable one. The unknown Robinson is hitting 44.8% of his threes (at 8.4 attempts per game.) He's a huge part of Miami's offensive gameplan.
BIG: Kristaps Porzingis (DAL). 19.2 points, 9.5 rebounds, 54 TS%, +3.9 wins added
Too high? Too low? I can't figure out Porzingis' season in Dallas so far. Still, any big who can block shots and hit threes has an inherent value.
FLEX: Dennis Schroder (OKC). 19.0 points, 4.1 assists, 57 TS%, +5.4 wins added
Perhaps the biggest surprise to OKC's success this season has been a career year for Dennis Schroder off the bench. He's even played well when paired with CP3 and SGA in the same lineup. The stats suggest that Schroder should rank even higher than this, but I'm still trying to wrap my mind around him becoming such an efficient player all of a sudden.
10th TEAM
GUARD: Lou Williams (LAC). 18.7 points, 5.7 assists, 55 TS%, +3.6 wins added
Sweet Lou has a little less to do now that Kawhi Leonard and Paul George are in town, but he's still one of the best scorers off the bench.
WING: Buddy Hield (SAC). 19.8 points, 4.8 rebounds, 57 TS%, +3.0 wins added
A NEW addition to the "scorer off the bench club," Buddy Hield deserves kudos for accepting that role as the Kings try to find a spark. He hasn't been as red-hot as he had been last season, but he's still one of the best SGs in the league.
WING: Gordon Hayward (BOS). 17.3 points, 4.1 assists, 59 TS%, +1.9 wins added
Gordon Hayward has quietly been working his way back into top form, with his ball movement and BBIQ two real feathers in his cap. He's dinged a few spots here based on missed time (he's only played 45 games.)
BIG: Montrezl Harrell (LAC). 18.6 points, 7.1 rebounds, 61 TS%, +3.6 wins added
Fittingly, Montrezl Harrell will join Lou Williams' team here. It'll be interesting to see whether Doc Rivers rolls with the two of them in crunch time during the playoffs.
FLEX: Nikola Vucevic (ORL): 19.5 points, 11.0 rebounds, 54 TS%, +2.0 wins added
It's debatable how valuable Vucevic's 20-10 seasons are because he's not a good defender and he's not a terribly efficient scorer. That said, I'm giving him credit for a high degree of difficulty here as the go-to scorer on a team that doesn't have a lot of weapons offensively.
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If you'd like to sub in any other players, here are some notable names:
PG FredVanVleet (TOR), PG Devonte' Graham (CHA), PG Malcolm Brogdon (IND), PG Jamal Murray, PG Lonzo Ball, PG De'Aaron Fox (SAC), PG/SG Marcus Smart (BOS), PG/SG Kendrick Nunn (MIA), SF Joe Ingles (UTA), SF Will Barton (DEN), SF DeMar DeRozan (SA), SF/PF Davis Bertans (WAS), SF/PF Aaron Gordon (ORL), PF LaMarcus Aldridge (SA), C Myles Turner (IND), C Steven Adams (OKC), C Andre Drummond (CLE), C Jarrett Allen (BKN), C Derrick Favors (NO), C Jonas Valanciunas (MEM), C Brook Lopez (MIL). And of course, we need an obligatory Zion Williamson (NO) mention, although his 19 games played is a tough hurdle to overcome.
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Bitcoin from different perspectives

I will keep it as short as possible by breaking it from different readers perspective,
From economic perspective,
Since Egyptian days, humanity settled on using gold and silver coins as money after the barter system. They did not use some coins made out of wood or some stones as money because it did not make much sense. It did not make much sense because they knew what money meant. It has few sets of property, most important of them being store of value. Gold and silver stored some amount of value but random stone and wood pieces did not as Gold and silver coins were hard to produce but anyone could generate random stones and wood pieces. This all worked fine till the 1910s. Then the central bank concept emerged. They added the element of trust. They said we will circulate a piece of paper and it will have a store of value as we will make sure that it will be in limited quantity. But that trust was failing year by year. Big trust failure happened in 1971 and bigger in 2008. Since then all around the world countries are printing like hell especially in this pandemic (I always used to ask as a child what is the whole point of tax if it can be printed?). If you want more detailed clarification on money - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DyV0OfU3-FU&t=40s
From technology perspective,
We are in the age of great technological advancements. We transfer value from one point to another over the internet. Think of internet banking and mobile banking, we are not using paper currencies but still transfering the value. Obviously we cannot use Gold and Silver as the money in this era. But also we cannot trust the centralized banks with our earnings as they dilute the purchasing power by printing. Bitcoin was born on 3rd January 2009 addressing this problem. So Bitcoin is decentralized, meaning you don't have to trust any centralized entity with your value. You are your own bank. Implementation of the technology is beyond the scope, you can learn about its struggle in this series WARNING ADULT CONTENT - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dCi3X3AbgT4
From game theory perspective,
You can only mine "21 million" bitcoin, just like Gold where you can only mine the amount of gold present in the earth. Now approximately 18 odd million is mined since its birth. It is estimated that approximately by 2140 whole 21 million will be mined. Well you may ask 18 odd million in 11 odd years and rest 2 odd millions need 120 odd years?! Well that's the game theory in use. It is the same with the Gold, initially when you when mining you had in abundance. Now big machinery is required to mine a little.
Bitcoin has a fixed inflation rate. bitcoin is mined approximately every 10 min. And the number of bitcoin mined in that 10 min reduces approximately every 4 year. Initially if you were mining you would get 50 bitcoins till 28 November 2012, after that you could mine only 25 bitcoin every 10 min. This event is called "halving". Currently the mining reward is 6.25 bitcoin after 2 halving on 9 July 2016 and May 11th 2020. Since this is reduced in half every time, it is expected that by 2140 (when none of us will be) all 21 million will be mined.
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I’m going no contact before Christmas

Trigger: drug abuse and sexual assault
This is a throwaway acct but I regularly participate on my regular account. I am using a throwaway for reasons that will become obvious below. I’m making this post because of an event that transpired last night.
I have a relative who is high up in the military ranks and has spend almost my whole life in combat or away from the states. This year, however- actually, the day after my wedding, these relatives moved back to the states a few hours from me. Up until the 2016 election, I would consider these family members that I get along with and enjoy being around. Then they voted for Trump and I cut off contact. For reference, I am bisexual. I have a 15 month old daughter and my stepson is an autistic non-verbal child who is biracial. Everything about Trump stands against my children. His policies have placed my stepsons life in danger. I am very blunt about my decision to have no contact with family members who support Trump. When I heard the news that said family members were moving back to the states, I was asked by my mom if they were being invited to my wedding. I asked her if they still supported Trump MANY TIMES to which she responded with things like “I wouldn’t believe so after what he’s done lately” and “not that I’m aware of”. So I invited them. But they didn’t come due to their closing date for their new home.
This is where another instance of my mom being a narcissist comes in. A month before my wedding, she agreed to leave my reception early with my children so my hubby and I could celebrate with no kids at our house that night. Just days before the wedding, she informs me that she’ll be traveling to help family members move back to the states so she can no longer take my kids that night. She gives me just days to figure something else out. Because of that, both kids left early with different people. I did not get a dance with my stepson on my wedding day or a family dance with all four of us. If she had agreed to take them, that wouldn’t have happened.
And then, she didn’t even go. She stayed home the next day and didn’t go help them move. She asked me if I would want to take a weekend trip there and I agreed. When the time came, though, a scheduling conflict arose and we didn’t end up going. She had also mentioned taking my kids for a weekend at some point to which I happily agreed! They love to explore new places and these family members had yet to meet them so I figured it would be a fun excursion!
Last night, I log onto Facebook for the first time in weeks because fuck Marc Zuckerburg, and I see a pro-Trump post from one of the family members that just moved back. I was fuming. My mom had been lying to me knowing damn well I had cut off contact with any other Trump supporters. And this wasn’t just a pro-Trump post. The post quite literally said “can’t wait to vote Trump 2020”. So I lost it on my mom. I went off. She was gonna take my children to this persons house without me for a weekend while lying about their political party views. I have a feeling she was going to let the politics come up around my children, in a sort of, brainwashing type of manner.
Now it’s five days before Christmas and I’ve blocked my parents phone numbers and have no desire to spend any part of Christmas with them. Except gifts have been bought. And we have a family gift exchange with my grandmother, who is Queen of the Narcissistic Lineage I’ve got flowing through me. I know I will be going no contact with all of them but I don’t know whether or not to wait until after the holidays. At this point, I’m considering dropping the kids off for an hour and not going with my husband. That’ll be the last time they see the kids.
Some other examples of wild shit my mom has done:
Every time she wants to “talk” aka bag on me for my BPD or depression, she literally locks me in a room and won’t let me leave. This happened once before my husband I got married when we lived with them. He sat in our basement den while they locked me a room above him to yell at me. They did this same thing after I came home from college after being raped. They locked me in my own bedroom to question me about the assault to determine if I was lying or just “had it out for men”. Yeah, that’s a direct quote. I won’t ever forget it.
She gave my infant daughter formula once without my permission despite my exclusively breastfeeding her. She waited a few months to tell me but then brushed it off because it “was only once and there was no pumped breast milk left”.
She has always maintained that my daughter should just skip or have short naps if she wants to visit with her, take her somewhere, etc. She told me straight up that my daughter would be fine with no nap for the holidays. I’m the mom. I set the nap times and my daughter, just like me, thrives off of a lot of sleep. When she is overtired, she cried and wants to breastfeed. And if I do that in front of everyone, once again, they will throw a fit because she’s “too old to be breastfeeding” and I “should do that in a private area away from” them.
My brother is 20 with social anxiety and anger issues. He has hit my mom as a child. He has beat me up. He’s punched holes in walls in our house. And my mom never stuck with therapy for him so now he has no GED (he dropped out as a freshman in HS) and lives in their basement, still taking money from them to purchase video games and computer monitors. He’s done some work mining Bitcoin lately though so I’m not too mad about that lol. He doesn’t take his medications regularly.
My sister is in middle school with a slew of mental illnesses; she was thought to have Down’s syndrome at birth but ended up testing negative. She did struggle in elementary school so she retook a year and is now on track for her age. She has social anxiety, sensory processing disorder, anxiety, and OCD. She also does not go to therapy or take medications.
When I was diagnosed with PCOS, she told me it was a bullshit diagnosis and only when I had a THIRD diagnosis from a reproductive endocrinologist did she allow me to seek treatment. I was infertile due to this. I had my daughter by straight luck and will never be able to have kids again... not that I want them anyways.
There’s so many more examples but they’re extremely long stories with various details. The most important one is just wild and includes her threatening to file for grandparent’s rights to visit my children. I should’ve never allowed contact again after that. I’m only posting here because I’m lost at what to do in this situation. She has an entire family of 10+ adults to defend her. She will tell me that I’m just like my biological father (they divorced when I was in elementary school due to his addiction, he shows signs of BPD like me so it may be both genetic and environmental for me) and that I’m a narcissistic crazy bitch who needs help. My husband and I agree, though, that she only demonizes me like this when I’m in treatment (or when I’m defending myself) and she can’t as easily manipulate me. I’ve been in treatment for four months now. My husband only recently started reading this Reddit with me and understanding aspects of her (and my childhood as a whole basically) that are dangerous and creepy. Our biggest concern is my siblings that live with her. She is not helping them and they will end up like me if they don’t get help now. My therapists have all made that clear; the earlier the intervention the better. I would probably have been better off if my mom had gotten me consistent help back in high school when I originally sought out therapy. Instead, I spent five years in and out of treatment taking two steps forward just to take four steps back every few months. Now I have a daughter who triggers me daily and I am doing my very hardest to be a better mom for her but I cannot do that with my own Nmother behind me looking over my shoulder pushing me down every chance she gets.
So what do I do for the holidays? And how do I finally cut off contact with family members who I’ve got loans through?! My grandma just bought me a vehicle in cash after I was in a hit and run so I owe her money every month for that until it’s paid off. My husband and I just moved 45 mins from my Nmom and 1 hr and 15 from NGrandma who I will now call NLineage Queen. We are far enough away to feel safe and sane but cutting off contact is really tough, especially when there’s two younger siblings involved.
TLDR; cutting off contact with nMom before holidays or waiting until after
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Once again I am asking for your assistance. Years ago you helped me build my 1st PC. It is time to upgrade. Included pictures of battle station and other questions.

Hi everyone. My build is starting to show its age. The more I try to do, the more I see its age. at the bottom of the post you can see my current build.
What is your intended use for this build? The more details the better.
If gaming, what kind of performance are you looking for? (Screen resolution, framerate, game settings)
What is your budget (ballpark is okay)?
In what country are you purchasing your parts?
Post a draft of your potential build here (specific parts please). Consider formatting your parts list. Don't ask to be spoonfed a build (read the rules!).
PCPartPicker Part List
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CPU Intel Core i7-9700K 3.6 GHz 8-Core Processor $369.99 @ Best Buy
CPU Cooler Deepcool CASTLE 360EX 64.4 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler $141.99 @ Newegg
Motherboard ASRock Z370 Taichi ATX LGA1151 Motherboard $299.99 @ Amazon
Memory G.Skill Ripjaws V 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3600 Memory $76.99 @ Newegg
Memory G.Skill Ripjaws V 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3600 Memory $76.99 @ Newegg
Storage Samsung 850 EVO-Series 500 GB 2.5" Solid State Drive -
Video Card Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2080 Ti 11 GB WINDFORCE Video Card $1099.99 @ Newegg
Case Fractal Design Define R5 (Black) ATX Mid Tower Case $154.72 @ Amazon
Power Supply EVGA SuperNOVA G2 850 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply -
Monitor Asus ROG Strix XG438Q 43.0" 3840x2160 120 Hz Monitor $1099.99 @ Amazon
Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts
Total $3320.65
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Here is the computer I got help on years ago on this sub.
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CPU Intel Core i5-2500K 3.3 GHz Quad-Core Processor -
Motherboard Asus P8Z68 Deluxe ATX LGA1155 Motherboard -
Memory Kingston HyperX Fury Blue 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR3-1600 Memory -
Storage Samsung 850 EVO-Series 500 GB 2.5" Solid State Drive -
Video Card MSI Radeon RX 480 4 GB GAMING X Video Card -
Case Fractal Design Define R5 (Black) ATX Mid Tower Case $154.72 @ Amazon
Power Supply Thermaltake TR2 600 W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply -
Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts
Total $154.72
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Questions I Have
Thanks for the help!
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Not a question, this is a write-up for any trans girls living in Auckland, New Zealand since when I was looking online last year I couldn't find any info

(EDIT: I AM STILL ACTIVE & ABLE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS. I know a shit-ton more than I did 5 months ago and if I don't know something I can ask on the Gender Bridge or Trans and Intersex NZ FB groups for you. idk if this post is archived but you can DM me and I'll respond & then add it to this post)
(Update 25 July 2020: Lena's HRT got through customs - only two people incl. me have ordered so far and both got through today - took 2 months. Payment is via sendmoney24.com)
(Update 26 July 2020: I got progesterone, scroll down for details)
so this is my experience, with as many details I can remember. i am a binary(ish?) trans woman, so obviously my experience will be different but they're apparently really good with gender diverse & non-binary folks too. I was also over 18 when I realised I was trans so if you're younger it's probably going to be very different.
anyway this is where I'm at right now. I'm planning on switching to progynova, taking 4mg divided up through the day to start off with, and switching to a private provider. list here: https://genderminorities.com/database/medical-surgical/transgender-healthcare-providers/
on the off chance someone else living in nz looks up what the process for hrt is like in new zealand i hope this helped & i can answer any other questions
edit: 15 june update with info I've collected together
Progynova dose: I've been on progynova for like...4 months now. Got my dose increased to 6mg instead of 4 with absolutely no issue, didn't have to pay anything. Since I was also on boron it was more like 9mg? or 10mg? Dr Oliphant wrote a paper on trans healthcare that suggested going above this is unnecessary so I'm imagining I'll get resistance if I try to push the dose higher, but I'm planning on asking since there's no harm.
Switching to sublingual: I switched to sublingual 5 days ago (and I should've done it earlier, my boobs were stuck at tanner 3.5 for a while). 1mg at 8am, 12pm, 4pm, 7pm, then oral at 10pm since I cbf. Someone recommended to crush them into powder but I found that unnecessary. Split them in two and it takes five. Pill cutters from Aliexpress are less than $4, they're a life-saver. Once you suck off the coating, they dissolve completely under your tongue in 14 minutes. The first time I did it, I swallowed a lot but it was a learnable skill and the longer you avoid swallowing the easier it becomes, what I do now is: swill water around in my mouth for 30 seconds to stop saliva production, don't put anything in and try to stop swallowing reflexively for 2-3 mins which means you'll get the reflexive swallowing over and done with, and then put the pill in and start doing ocused in-out deep breathing (I'm sure there are more tips, look up "how to stop reflexive swallow"). Since I got diagnosed with ADHD ritalin has made this 100x easier for some reason, could be partly salivation inhibition as a side effect, could be better focus and self-control. Maybe neurotypical people find this whole thing much easier.
Overall changes: Okay I'm getting
Boron: Obviously this is still experimental blah blah blah etc. etc., I got boron from iHerb like 4 months ago, I compared around 5-6 different sites with different shipping policies and a LOT of different brands and the cheapest per unit was [this](Now Foods, Boron, 3 mg, 250 Capsules) at 7.7c/capsule, realistically 23c a day (9mg was the point at which I got really noticeable breast tenderness w/o changing my e dose at all), currently it's Source Naturals Triple Boron since the other one is out of stock. I considered buying boron from Alibaba (USD$23/kg) which is literally a thousand times cheaper but that requires talking to people and negotiating and shit. Maybe a long-term option. If it goes well I will list the supplier I ordered from. EDIT: so according to this post, boron doesn't do much unless you're taking a lot of e already. check out their chart
Progesterone: So I'm on the Genderbridge FB group (really should've joined ages ago) and there are at least two people who have managed to get utrogestan prescriptions from their GPs. A few more with progesterone creams. My GP said go to the specialists and the clinic said no. So I'm going to find someone else and if that's not possible I'll try get progesterone creams since amazon4health says 90% of unauthorised pills get caught. Not sure about vials.
UPDATE ON PROGESTERONE: Oneroa Accident and medical ctr gives out progesterone. Make sure to speak to Dr Michael karetai or Dr Isla Karetai or Dr Margaret Karetai. They do phone consultations, $70 if you're not registered and you're over 18, details on their site, much lower if you have a community services card.
Further update: Dr Margaret Karetai is the absolute best. If you have done the research, then she will trust you. Be clear about exactly what you want. She is very nice and I got utrogestan 200mg and bicalutamide 50mg!!!!!!!!!!
Note: pharmacy costs vary a lot, ask for your utrogestan prescription to be faxed to your nearest Chemist Warehouse (cheapest option) since it's not subsidised. The cost is here: https://www.chemistwarehouse.co.nz/CWH/media/Documents/CWNZPrescriptionPricelistNov2019.pdf right now it's $24.99 for a pack of 30 100mg pills. If you're doing Dr Powers' 200mg regimen this comes out to $600 a year. Kind of steep but this is what I'm doing until I've finished negotiating with Alibaba suppliers and getting the powder tested at a harm reduction place (forgot what it's called.)
If I find a good Chinese supplier, I will do a full write-up as another post, with instructions and prices & link it here.
DIY options
  1. According to Amazon4Health, 90% of pills don't get through Customs.
  2. You can get estrogen implants now, imported from Adelaide, there's at least one GP who does them. Ask on one of the trans FB groups. Comment for more details.
  3. You can get injections legit if you have a letter from your GP. Comment if you're interested, I can give you the whole procedure.
  4. The two non-prescription EV sources I've interacted with that ship to NZ are Lena and otokonoko. Otokonoko is pricier but their shipping is faster and they do refunds if it doesn't get through customs. However, they seem to only take bitcoin & other crypto at the moment which is tough since NZ's regulations make it difficult to get bitcoin, none of the major markets allow NZ. Might have changed since I last tried 6 months ago, though. DM me your results so I can add them here & expand our pool of collective knowledge
Regarding SRS and other surgeries
Regarding electrolysis and laser
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Australians, you need to start buying as much crypto as you can.

I’m Australian, this isn’t meant to be an alarmist or sensationalist post, but the economic situation in our country is a lot more serious than most of us think.
First off, the current economic situation.
Simply put, our economy is fucked. Our housing market is dangerously overleveraged and because of policies by our government at the time, we never experienced the correction the US and most of the rest of the world did during the 2008 Global Financial Crisis. And now the chickens are coming home to roost. Australians are up to their eyeballs in debt, almost half of the housing loans are interest only, it’s the reason the Reserve Bank of Australia hasn’t raised the interest rates since 2016. Because as soon as they do, even by 0.01%, tens of thousands of Australians are going to default on their mortgages. It’s no secret that our housing market is one of the most expensive in the world, and anyone living in our country already knows this. The market value of Australian homes is 4 times the GDP of the country. Our housing market is beyond the point of saving and the bubble is about to pop. And while our mainstream media is trying to convince us that it will deflate slowly, history paints a different picture.
And that’s just the start of our problems. It’s no secret that China is our biggest trading partner. We rely on China more than any other developed country in the world. And what is currently happening on the greater global stage? Our most important military ally has engaged in a trade war with China, and the effects of that trade war are starting to be felt. Chinese stocks are in freefall, and that’s only going to be the beginning of the negative effects from Trump’s hardline approach to dealing with China. It doesn’t take a genius to see that this is going to have a devastating effect on our economy.
Our biggest trading partner is having a financial gunfight with the USA, which is going to result in them buying less of our stuff. And still that isn’t the end of it. Mining is down. Commodities prices are down. Our manufacturing sector is almost dead. The only thing we have going for us at the moment is agriculture and that can’t prop up the entire economy. You wanna turn white? Read this article from last year. Our economy is teetering on the precipice.
You think I’m being dramatic? Well even the Australian MSM can no longer ignore it. With articles like this appearing almost on the daily. Our dollar is in serious trouble, anyone who knows the slightest bit about TA go look at the graphs in that article. Our country is in serious economic trouble. And we don’t know shit about it because our media is a duopoly that makes most of its money from their real estate arms. All signs are pointing to our dollar about to be worth a hell of a lot less than it currently is.
What can we do?
Since this is the crypto subreddit the solution to this impending economic shitstorm should be painfully obvious. Buy fucking Bitcoin. Not the solution for the country, for you. The country isn’t going to do shit for anyone of us except saddle us with debt and a cooked economy that is going to take generations to get out of, if ever. So we should be diversifying. Sure buying gold probably isn’t a stupid idea either, but if you think that is proof against state intervention, read a history book. Even then, gold still needs to be converted into cash to be useful, and anyone paying attention can see that Australia is gearing up for a war on cash that borders on tyrannical. The only way for us as individuals to protect our wealth at the moment is to convert it into cryptocurrency.
But Bitcoin is low at the moment!
No shit. But if you think it’s going to stay that way you are 1. In the wrong subreddit, and 2. No paying attention to the macro factors of crypto. Wall St is gearing up to enter. The bank that runs the world is getting involved. And not just American banks. Bitcoin may be low now but if you know anything about market cycles, you know that it’ll be back. Here is a good comparison of BTC a few years ago as opposed to now. It’s almost at the point where it’s irresponsible not to be buying bitcoin, and I’m not the only one that holds this opinion. Worst case scenario, bitcoin falls to USD 3k. What do you think is going to happen after that? Bitcoin and crypto aren’t going anywhere and you’re kidding yourself if you think that the value of bitcoin isn’t going to be much higher in the years to come.
Of course the RBA is telling people that Bitcoin is dead, probably because they don’t want Australians to dump their soon to be worthless fiat currency. In fact one any given day you’ll see a bunch of anti-crypto propaganda on our MSM. The same MSM that has been telling us all to buy as many houses as we can for the last 20 years. The same MSM that up until now hasn’t said shit about the direction our economy is heading in.
The writing’s on the wall people. If we keep our wealth in AUD it’s going to be worth considerably less sooner rather than later. Our property sector is going to crash, our dollar is going to crash, our personal wealth is going to be stripped away from us. If you want to avoid this, if you want to protect your wealth, ensure a future that isn’t financial hardship, then we really only have one choice. Buy bitcoin. Personally I am converting half my pay each week into BTC and just holding it. Not putting it into alts. Just btc. I’d advise you do the same as well. I understand that this sounds super risky. But if you read the articles I’ve linked to in this post I’m sure you’ll see that the only risky move is doing nothing. This isn’t a joke or a false alarm. The notion that our economy has always been fine up until now isn’t valid anymore. If you want to protect your personal wealth and purchasing power in the next few years, you really should be buying as much btc as you can while it is this low. This is what crypto is for, avoiding the negative financial downturns of specific countries. It’s a globally traded commodity that is accessible by anyone with a computer. Our economy tanking isn’t going to affect the price one bit.
I hope some of this has been useful. Listen to me, don’t listen to me, it’s your choice. But this is the digital age, there’s no excuse for ignorance anymore.
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Litecoin

Recently, since Litecoin as been running, we have seen alot of "Litecoin is a useless shitcoin" fud. I'm gonna try to show why Litecoin is useful:
  1. Security: Litecoin is the second most secure Crypto behind Bitcoin. Why is this the case? High levels of mining Decentralization and Scrypt algorithm. Having Litecoin run on Scrypt for its hashing algorithm is the ultimate reason why I believe it is the second most secure behind Bitcoin. The way I understand it, having a different algorithm than Bitcoin (SHA256) prevents bitcoin miners from attacking Litecoin. Not only this, but Litecoin has the most hash power against other Scrypt coins. This makes it very very difficult to attack Litecoin. This cannot be said for other Proof of Work coins outside of Bitcoin.
  2. Speed/Fees: As I write this, on average transaction fees for a Litecoin transaction is 4 cents and about 2.5 - 5 minutes for a transaction to be considered confirmed. Extremely cheap and fast, it can be shown best by the most recent $99 million transaction with only a $0.40 fee and 2.5 min confirmation time.
  3. Lightning Network and Bitcoin Compatibility: With the invention of LN, Litecoin fees and transaction speeds can be reduced even further. Much of the criticism of Litecoin is it becomes useless since Bitcoin will use LN to increase speed and lower fees. This argument does not mention that Litecoin will also benefit from LN as well. Naturally, Litecoin is the cheapest and fastest on ramp to Lightning Network. What's really cool about the LN though is the compatibility with the two coins. With atomic swaps, you can swap Bitcoin into Litecoin and make a payments much quicker than with Bitcoin alone. The way I see it , Bitcoin is your savings account and Litecoin is a spending account. This is not to say Litecoin is not a good store of value, but Bitcoin is more scarce and more secure making it a stronger store of value to Litecoin, which is more suited for making payments.
  4. The Lindy Effect/Network Effect: Per Wikipedia, "The Lindy Effect is a theory that the future life expectancy of some non-perishable things like a technology or an idea is proportional to their current age, so that every additional period of survival implies a longer remaining life expectancy." This applies to both Litecoin and Bitcoin. They are the two oldest coins, genisis blocks created in 2011 and 2009 respectively. Both have survived the test of time creating more confidence that it will continue to survive into the future. Per Wikipedia, "A network effect (also called network externality or demand-side economies of scale) is the effect described in economics and business that an additional user of a good or service has on the valueof that product to others. When a network effect is present, the value of a product or service increases according to the number of others using it." What this means is as the user base/community continues to grow, it becomes easier for it grow further. Litecoin has grown a massive community over its 7 and half year existence staying a top crypto since the beginning, making its future growth easier.
In Summary: Litecoin is the second most secure, second oldest cryptocurrency designed for payments and to complement Bitcoin, not compete with it. The speed to security ratio stands out from other PoW coins and is only second to Bitcoin. The longevity and strong community of Liteocin increases the likelihood it will survive into the future and with the use of Lightning Network, Litecoin can complement Bitcoin even further. Obviously there are other properties that make Litecoin a strong cryptocurrency, but these in my opinion are the more important ones.
Let me know if I stated anything factually inaccurate or have varying opinions, thanks !
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What if all of these characters fought each other?

Yeah I wrote all this.
The characters are sorted by franchise. The battlefield is the entire multiverse. Last one alive wins.

Real Life:
An average Australian man
Cristiano Ronaldo
John Cena
John Quinones
Michael Sorrentino
Louis Cyr
LeVar Burton
Matt Sadler
Gordan Ramsey
James Portnow
Susan Wojcicki
Super Mario:
Mario
Luigi
Princess Peach
Princess Daisy
Bowser
Bowser Jr.
Toad
Blue Toad
Yellow Toad
Purple Toad
Green Toad
Toadette
Birdo
Rosalina
Kamek
Larry Koopa
Morton Koopa Jr.
Wendy O. Koopa
Iggy Koopa
Roy Koopa
Lemmy Koopa
Ludwig von Koopa
Cappy
Dorrie
Honey Queen
Nabbit
Pauline
Plessie
Professor E. Gadd
F.L.U.D.D.
Toadsworth
Boom Boom
Goomba
Fawful
Kammy Koopa
King Bob-omb
Bob-omb
King Boo
Boo
Madame Broode
Piranha Plant
Petey Piranha
Pom Pom
Bullet Bill
Banzai Bill
Reznor
Tatanga
Wart
Buzzy Beetle
Chain Chomp
Captain Toad
Waluigi
Baby Mario
Baby Luigi
Baby Peach
Baby Daisy
Baby Rosalina
Baby Bowser
Baby Wario
Dry Bowser
Dry Bones
Luma
Shy Guy
Metal Mario
Pink Gold Peach
Geno
Mallow
Huey
Kirsti
Wanda
Polterpup
Perry
MC Ballyhoo
Big Top
Fly Guy
Fat Guy
Sombrero Guy
Spear Guy
Spy Guy
White Shy Guy
Robo Mario
Doopliss
Cosmic Mario
Cosmic Luigi
Dr. Mario
Dr. Bowser
Dr. Peach
Dr. Luigi
Dr. Yoshi
Dr. Toad
Dr. Toadette
Dr. Bowser Jr.
Dr. Ludwig
Dr. Wendy
Dr. Waluigi
Dr. Wario
Dr. Daisy
Dr. Baby Mario
Dr. Baby Peach
Dr. Baby Daisy
Lakitu
Spiny
Cheep Cheep
Swoop
Paragoomba
Sumo Bro
Hammer Bro
Koopa Paratroopa
Pokey
Spike
Peepa
Spiny Cheep Cheep
Monty Mole
Thwomp
Boomerang Bro
Red virus
Blue virus
Yellow virus
Green virus
Light-blue virus
Purple virus
Pink virus
Flomp
Whomp
Walleye
Paper Mario
Paper Luigi
Paper Princess Peach
Paper Bowser
Paper Bowser Jr.
Paper Toad
Paper Blue Toad
Paper Yellow Toad
Paper Purple Toad
Paper Green Toad
Paper Toadette
Paper Birdo
Paper Kamek
Paper Toadsworth
Paper Goomba
Goombario
Goombella
Paper Kammy Koopa
Paper Bob-omb
Admiral Bobbery
Paper Boo
Lady Bow
Paper Piranha Plant
Paper Bullet Bill
Paper Buzzy Beetle
Paper Chain Chomp
Paper Shy Guy
Gourmet Guy
Parakarry
Paper Lakitu
Paper Spiny
Paper Cheep Cheep
Paper Paragoomba
Paper Hammer Bro
Paper Koopa Paratroopa
Paper Pokey
Paper Spike
Paper Monty Mole
Paper Thwomp
Paper Boomerang Bro
The Legend of Zelda:
Link (The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess)
Link (CDI Zelda)
Pokemon:
Red
Ash Ketchum
Lucario
Detective Pikachu
Trubbish
Sonic the Hedgehog:
Sonic
Classic Sonic
Sonic (Sonic Boom)
Sonic (Movie)
Big the Cat
Crash Bandicoot:
Crash Bandicoot
Doctor Neo Cortex
Uka Uka
Halo:
Master Chief
Cortana
Avery Johnson
Jacob Keyes
Miranda Keyes
Call of Duty:
Alex Mason
John Price
John “Soap” MacTavish
Edward Richtofen
Abigail “Misty” Briarton
Nikolai Belinski
Earthbound:
Ness
Paula
Jeff
Poo
Buzz Buzz
Ness’s Dad
Picky
Porky
Ninten
Ana
Lloyd
Teddy
Pippi
Flying Man
EVE
Negative Man
Worthless Protoplasm
Lucas
Duster
Kumatora
Boney
Five Nights at Freddy’s:
Mike Schmidt
Freddy
Bonnie
Chica
Foxy
Golden Freddy
BB
Springtrap
Fritz Smith
DC:
Superman (DCEU)
Batman (DCEU)
Samurai (Super Friends)
Robin (Teen Titans)
Robin (Teen Titans Go!)
Stargirl (Justice League Action)
Marvel:
Iron Man (Marvel Cinematic Universe)
Captain America (Marvel Cinematic Universe)
Thanos (Marvel Cinematic Universe)
Ghostbusters:
Peter Venkman
Egon
Ray
Winston
Slimer
Abby Yates (Ghostbusters 2016)
Erin (Ghostbusters 2016)
Holtzmann (Ghostbusters 2016)
Patty (Ghostbusters 2016)
Pac-Man:
Pac-Man
Ms. Pac-Man
Blinky
Pinky
Inky
Clyde
Mega Man:
Mega Man
Aki Light (Mega Man: Fully Charged)
MegaMan.exe
Mega Man Volnutt
Roll
Dr. Wily
Dr. Light
Proto Man
Cut Man
Bomb Man
Time Man
Oil Man
Metal Man
Top Man
Bomberman:
White Bomberman
Black Bomberman
Blue Bomberman
Red Bomberman
Yellow Bomberman
Green Bomberman
Pink Bomberman
Aqua Bomberman
Plasma Bomber
Magnet Bomber
Phantom Bomber
Golem Bomber
Pretty Bomber
The Lego Movie:
Emmet
Wyldstyle
Benny
Metalbeard
Vitruvius
Scooby-Doo:
Shaggy
Scooby-Doo
Fred
Velma
Daphne
Scrappy-Doo
Super Meat Boy:
Meat Boy
Bandage Girl
Dr. Fetus
Brownie
Memes:
The guy (Hey this is library)
Moetron
No Anime Penguin
Dat Boi
Wreck-it Ralph:
Ralph
Felix
Vannelope
Skylanders:
Stealth Elf
Trigger Happy
Gill Grunt
Kaos
Glumshanks
The A-Team:
B. A. Baracus
Hannibal
Faceman
Murdock
Knight Rider:
Michael Knight
K.I.T.T.
The Goonies:
Sloth
Mikey
Brand
Chunk
Mouth
Andy
Stef
Data
Mortal Kombat:
Scorpion
Raiden
Kitana
Sub-Zero
Liu Kang
Sonya Blade
Johnny Cage
Shao Kahn
Street Fighter:
Ryu
Ken
Guile
M. Bison
Chun-Li
Cammy
Akuma
Zangief
Blend S:
Maika
Kaho
Mafuyu
Miu
Hideri
Dino
Koyo
Vocaloid:
Hatsune Miku
Rin
Len
KAITOMEIKO
GUMILuo Tianyi
UTAU:
Kasane Teto
Uta Utane a.k.a Defoko
Momo Momone
Mako Nagone
Luna Amane
Koe Utane a.k.a Defo Imouto
Taya Soune
Spyro the Dragon:
Spyro
Ripto
Cynder
Elora
Bianca
Gnasty Gnorc
Moneybags
The Simpsons:
Homer SimpsonBart
Marge
Lisa
Maggie
Milhouse
Ned Flanders
Moe
Krusty
Principal Skinner
Superintendent Chalmers
Futurama:
Fry
Leela
Bender
Zoidberg
Scruffy
Harry Potter:
Harry Potter
Hermione Granger
Voldemort
Neville Longbottom
Dumbledore
Hagrid
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them:
Newt Scamander
Jacob
Tina Goldstein
Queenie Goldstein
The Lord of the Rings:
Frodo
Galdalf the Grey
Gandalf the White
Bilbo Baggins
Samwise Gamgee
Gollum/Smeagol
Saruman
Mission: Impossible:
Ethan Hunt
Benji Dunn
Luther Stickell
Jim Phelps
Eugene Kittridge
Claire Phelps
Franz Krieger
John C. McCloy
Gremlins:
Stripe
Gizmo
Billy
Kate
Gnomeo and Juliet:
Gnomeo
Juliet
Powerpuff Girls:
Blossom
Bubbles
Buttercup
Blossom (Powerpuff Girls 1998)
Bubbles (Powerpuff Girls 1998)
Buttercup (Powerpuff Girls 1998)
Powerpuff Girls Z:
Momoko
Miyako
Kaoru
Beetlejuice:
Betelgeuse
Adam Maitland
Barbara Maitland
Charles Deetz
Delia Deetz
Lydia Deetz
Juno
Maxie Dean
Bernard
Otho
Jane Butterfield
My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic:
Twilight Sparkle
Rarity
Pinkie Pie
Applejack
Rainbow Dash
Fluttershy
Spike
My Little Pony: Equestria Girls:
Sunset Shimmer
Twilight Sparkle
Rarity
Pinkie Pie
Applejack
Rainbow Dash
Fluttershy
Black Rock Shooter:
Black Rock Shooter
Dead Master
Strength
Black Gold Saw
Chariot
Insane Black Rock Shooter
Mato Kuroi
Yomi Takanashi
Yuu Kotari
Saya Irino
Kagiri Izuriha
Arata Kohata
White Rock Shooter
Lego Dimensions:
Lord Vortech
X-PO
Gamer Kid
The Tri
Portal:
Chell
Atlas
P-Body
GLaDOSWheatley
Cave Johnson
Cake Core
Space Core
Adventure Core
Doug Rattman
Plants Vs Zombies:
Crazy Dave
Dr. Zomboss
Peashooter
Sunflower
Cherry Bomb
Wall-Nut
Potato Mine
Snow Pea
Chomper
Repeater
Puff-shroom
Sun-shroom
Fume-shroom
Grave Buster
Hypno-shroom
Scaredy-shroom
Ice-shroom
Doom-shroom
Lily Pad
Squash
Threepeater
Tangle Kelp
Jalapeno
Spikeweed
Torchwood
Tall-nut
Sea-shroom
Plantern
Cactus
Blover
Split Pea
Starfruit
Pumpkin
Magnet-shroom
Cabbage-pult
Flower Pot
Kernel-pult
Coffee Bean
Garlic
Umbrella Leaf
Marigold
Melon-pult
Gatling Pea
Twin Sunflower
Gloom-shroom
Cattail
Winter Melon
Gold Magnet
Spikerock
Cob Cannon
Imitater
Explode-o-nut
Giant Wall-nut
Giant Sunflower
Giant Marigold
Oxygen Algae
Sea Starfruit
Bramble Sea Grass
Water Gun Grass
Iron Man Nut
Monkey King Peashooter
Pig Squash
Nut Wujing
Monk Sunflower
Nezha Peashooter
Electric Anemone
Aggro Brocco
Pomegunate
Carrotillery
Oak Archer
Ghost Pepper
Laser Bean
Dandelion
Snapdragon
Bonk Choy
Pickled Pepper
Ice Fume Shroom
Fire-shroom
Flamewood
Vine-nut
Super Chomper
Last Star
Calm Chuck
Aspearagus
Beeshooter
Bloomerang
Moonflower
Nightshade
Shadow-shroom
Dusk Lobber
Grimrose
Dazey Chain
Machinarium:
Josef
Berta
Mayor of Machinarium
Black Cap Leader
Fat Black Cap
Thin Black Cap
Smoking Robot
Rock 'em Sock 'em Robots:
Red Rocker
Blue Bomber
Yellow Yahoo
Brown Bully
Orange Oppressor
Silver Stretcher
Purple Pyro
Green Grappler
Pink Pummeller
Black Bruiser
Baldi’s Basics:
Baldi
Principal of the Thing
Playtime
1st Prize
Arts and Crafters
Gotta Sweep
It’s a Bully
Filename2
Cloudy Copter
Joe
The protagonist
The protagonist’s friend
Puzzle Puppers:
Yellow dog
Pink dog
Green dog
Red dog
Crane Game Toreba:
Toreta
Snipperclips:
Snip
Clip
Firefly
Princess
Cactus
Puyo Puyo:
Tee
Arle
Amitie
Ringo
Ally
Carbuncle
Doppelganger Arle
Ecolo
Klug
Popoi
Raffina
Rafisol
Rulue
Dark Prince
Schezo
Sig
Draco Centauros
Harpy
Incubus
Kikimora
Lagnus the Brave
Minotauros
Nasu Grave
Nohoho
Panotty
Serilly
Skeleton T
Suketoudara
Witch
Zoh Daimaoh
Accord
Akuma
Baldanders
Donguri Gaeru
Feli
Lidelle
Lemres
Maguro
Ocean Prince
Onion Pixie
Oshare Bones
Rei
Risukuma
Tarutaru
Yu
Ai
Ess
Ex
Jay
Elle
O
Zed
The Creator
Kirby:
Kirby
Meta Knight
King Dedede
Bandana Waddle DeeNightmare
Dark Matter
Marx
Dark Mind
Drawcia
Yin-Yarn
Necrodeus
Magalor
Queen Sectonia
Dark Crafter
President Haltmann
Star Dream
Hyness
Void Termina
Adeleine
Dyna Blade
Gooey
Keeby
Rick
Coo
Kine
Nago
Pitch
Chuchu
Prince Fluff
Ribbon
Landia
Taranza
Elline
Susie
Acro
Bohboh
Chameleo Arm
Computer Virus
Fatty Whale
Galacta Knight
Dark Meta Knight
Grand Doomer
Heavy Lobster
Heavy Mole
Ice Dragon
Kabula
Kracko
Lololo
Lalala
Axe Knight
Mace Knight
Javelin Knight
Trident Knight
Mr. Shrine
Mr. Bright
Paintra
Paint Roller
Pon
Con
Poppy Bros. Jr
Poppy Bros. Sr.
Pyribbit
Sphere Doomer
Daroach
Wham Bam Rock
Whispy Woods
Escargoon
Lego City Undercover:
Chase McCain
Frank Honey
Ellie Philips
Mayor Geeson
Butch Patterson
Clutch
Natalia
Dunby
Ninjago:
Sensei Wu
Kai
Cole
Jay
Zane
Lloyd
Nya
Legends of Chima:
Laval
Cragger
Eris
Nexo Knights:
Clay Moorington
Diary of a Wimpy Kid:
Greg HeffleyRodrick
Manny
Susan
Frank
Sweetie
Rowley Jefferson
Fregley
Chirag
Holly Hills
Bryce Anderson
Ronnie McCoy
Vice Principal Roy
Poptropica:
Protagonist
Jorge (Comics)
Oliver (Comics)
Resident Evil:
Leon
Peanuts:
Charlie Brown
Snoopy
Lucy
Linus
Robot Chicken:
Robot Chicken
Fritz Huhnmorder
Scribblenauts:
Maxwell
Lily
Doppelganger
Edgar
Julie
Artie
Bruiser
Bubbles
Buzz
Chase
Chilly
Clark
Dale
Duce
Edwin
Flurry
Flux
Glum
Gorge
Guy
Hector
Jack
Kenpo
Larp
Leon
Ludwig
Milo
Mix
Moury
Mox
Patches
Poindexter
Razer
Rex
Scratch
Serenity
Shadow
Stunt
Tanc
Tempo
Tiberius
Tiny
Tony
Tots
Yarr
Splatoon:
Inkling
Callie
Marie
Pearl
Marina
Judd
ARMS:
Spring Man
Ribbon Girl
Ninjara
Master Mummy
Min Min
Mechanica
Twintelle
Byte
Barq
Kid Cobra
Helix
Max Brass
Lola Pop
Misango
Springtron
Dr. Coyle
Bee Movie:
Barry B. Benson
Vanessa
Adam
Ken
Mooseblood
Bee Larry King
Shrek:
Shrek
Donkey
Fiona
Lord Farquaad
Octopath Traveler:
Ophelia
Cyrus
Tressa
Olberic
Primrose
Alfyn
Therion
H’annit
Bubsy:
Bubsy the Bobcat
Drawn To Life:
Hero
Drawn Together:
Captain Hero
Toy Story:
Woody
Buzz Lightyear
A Bug’s Life:
Flik
Finding Nemo:
Marlin
Nemo
Dory
Wall-E:
Wall-E
The Good Dinosaur:
Arlo
Spot
Inside Out:
Joy
Sadness
Anger
Fear
Disgust
Riley
Bing Bong
Imaginary Boyfriend
Captain Underpants:
Captain Underpants
George
Harold
Timmy Failure:
Timmy Failure
Spongebob Squarepants:
Spongebob
Patrick
Squidward
The Loud House:
Lori Loud
Leni Loud
Luna Loud
Luan Loud
Lynn Loud Jr.
Lincoln Loud
Lucy Loud
Lana Loud
Lola Loud
Lisa Loud
Lily Loud
Lynn Loud Sr.
Rita Loud
Clyde
The Fairly OddParents:
Timmy Turner
Wanda
Cosmo
Invader Zim:
Zim
Gir
Cow & Chicken:
Cow
Chicken
Samurai Jack:
Samurai Jack
Adventure Time:
Finn the Human
Jake
BMO
Regular Show:
Mordecai
Rigby
Benson
Steven Universe:
Steven Universe
Garnet
Amethyst
Pearl
Peridot
Lapis Lazuli
Bismuth
Greg
Onion
Clarence:
Clarence
Uncle Grandpa:
Uncle Grandpa
Pizza Steve
Plague Inc.:
PAX-12
Neurax Worm
Sailor Moon:
Usagi
Ghost Trick:
Sissel
Ace Attorney:
Phoenix Wright
Professor Layton:
Professor Layton
Looney Tunes:
Bugs Bunny
Yu Gi Oh:
Yugi
Beyblade:
Tyson
Yo-Kai Watch:
Nate
Jibanyan
Cars:
Lightning McQueen
Mater
Team Fortress:
Heavy
Spy
Half Life:
Gordon Freeman
The Sims:
A sim
Cory In The House:
Cory Baxter
Annoying Orange:
Annoying Orange
Pear
My Hero Academia:
Midoriya
Mr. Peabody and Sherman:
Mr. Peabody
Sherman
E.T. The Extra Terrestrial:
E.T.
Back to the Future:
Marty McFly
Doc Brown
Rick & Morty:
Rick
Morty
Family Guy:
Peter Griffin
Doki Doki Literature Club:
Monika
Yuri
Natsuki
Sayori
The protagonist
Angry Birds:
Red
Chuck
Bomb
Fruit Ninja:
Sensei
Jetpack Joyride:
Barry Steakfries
Out There:
Protagonist
Akinator:
Akinator
Dragon Ball:
Goku (Dragon Ball)
Goku (Dragon Ball Z)
Goku (Dragon Ball Super)
Super Smash Bros:
Master Hand
Crazy Hand
Star Wars:
Luke Skywalker
Jar Jar Binks
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory:
Charlie Bucket
Lonely Wolf Treat:
Treat
Mochi
Moxie
Trick
Syrup and the Ultimate Sweet:
Syrup
Gumdrop
First Kiss as a Spooky Soiree:
Marzipan
Jam
Contract Demon:
Kamilla
Romance Detective:
Romance Detective
Tunnel Vision:
Maggie
KAIMA:
Searina
Her Tears Were My Light:
Time
Mermaid Splash: Passion Festival:
CiCi
The Twilight Zone:
The Announcer
Disaster Log C:
Mell
Yandere Simulator:
Yandere-Chan
Yanderella:
Honoka
Hinata
Mikoto Nikki
Mikoto
Mix Ore:
Nagisa
The Dark Side of Red Riding Hood:
Red Riding Hood
Makoto Mobius:
Makoto
You, Me, And Empty Words:
Akino
Shihori Escape:
Shihori
Tsukimi Planet:
Tsukimi
Full Bokoo Youchien:
Kotomi
Love Live:
Maki Nishikino
Menherafflesia:
Itarou
Matsuri
Mihomi
Ayume
Moeko
Nenene
Roco Kingdom:
Player character
Seer:
Player character
Mole’s World:
Player character
Hawaiian Slammers:
Ronnie
Planes:
Dusty
Frozen:
Elsa
Tangled:
Rapunzel
One Piece:
Luffy
Fairy Tail:
Natsu
Naruto:
Naruto
Shin Megami Tensei:
Isabeau
Persona:
Joker (Persona 5)
Digimon:
Tai
Agumon
No Matter How I Look At It, It’s You Guy’s Fault I’m Not Popular!:
Tomoko
I Can’t Believe My Little Sister is This Cute:
Kyosuke Kosaka
THE [email protected]:
Miki Hoshii
High School DxD:
Rias Gremory
Hihi Puffy Ami Yumi Show:
Ami
Yumi
Momoe Link:
Momoe
Minecraft:
Steve
Alex
Creeper
Zombie
Skeleton
Spider
Cave Spider
Jesse (Minecraft: Story Mode)
Locked Heart:
Nat
Confess my Love:
Willie
Transparent Black:
Liza
Nintendo Badge Arcade:
The bunny
Swapnote:
Nikki
World of Goo:
Gooball
Rayman:
Rayman
Little Inferno:
Protagonist
Amazing Alex:
Alex
Banjo - Kazooie:
Banjo
Kazooie
Yooka-Laylee:
Yooka
Laylee
Sly Cooper:
Sly Cooper
RWBY:
Ruby Rose
Despicable Me:
Gru
Nomad of Nowhere:
The Nomad
Bravest Warriors:
Chris
Xenoblade Chronicles:
Shulk
Punch Out!!:
Little Mac
Contra:
Bill
Lance
Silent Hill:
Pyramid Head
Tokimeki Memorial:
Shiori Fujisaki
Spelunker:
Spelunker
Spelunky:
Spelunky
Zork:
Protagonist
Bit Trip:
Commander Video
VVVVVV:
Captain Viridian
Runman: Race Around the World:
Runman
N:
Ninja
Princess Tomato in the Salad Kingdom:
Sir Cucumber
Hitman:
Agent 47
Tomb Raider:
Lara Croft
Metal Gear:
Solid Snake
Fire Emblem:
Marth
Roy
Ike
Lucina
Robin
Corrin
Chrom
Animal Crossing:
Villager
Isabelle
Tom Nook
Metroid:
Samus Aran
Ridley
Gradius:
Vic Viper
Zone of the Enders:
Jehuty
I Wanna Be The Guy:
The kid
Jumper:
Ogmo
Braid:
Tim
Alien Hominid:
Alien Hominid
Castle Crashers:
Green Knight
Charlie Murder:
Charlie
The Emoji Movie:
Gene Meh
Jailbreak
Castlevania:
Simon Belmont
Animator vs Animation:
The Chosen One
Brave:
Merida
Hello Neighbor:
Neighbor
The Storey Treehouse:
Andy
Wacky Game Jokez 4 Kidz:
Mickey
June
Eric
The Nightmare Before Christmas:
Jack Skellington
Bayonetta:
Bayonetta
Mii:
Mii
Wario:
Wario
Donkey Kong:
Donkey Kong
Yoshi:
Yoshi
Unikitty!:
Unikitty
Sword Art Online:
Kirito
Asuna
Squid Girl:
Squid Girl
Slenderman:
Slenderman
The Flintsones:
Fred Flintstone
The Berenstain Bears:
Papa Bear
Mama Bear
Sister Bear
Brother Bear
The Jetsons:
George J. Jetson
Okami:
Amaterasu
Sushi Striker: Way of the Sushido:
Musashi
Shovel Knight:
Shovel Knight
Kid Icarus:
Pit
Dark Pit
Jurassic Park:
Alan Grant
Tom Gates:
Tom Gates
Marcus
Amy
Art Academy:
Vince
Fortnite:
Jonesy
PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS:
Player character
Fallout:
Fallout 4 protagonist
The Land Before Time:
Littlefoot
Doctor Who:
The Doctor
The Lego Batman Movie:
Lego Batman
Himegoto:
Hime
Marchen Madchen:
Hazuki Kagimura
Bojack Horseman:
Bojack Horseman
Total Drama:
Chris
Toradora:
Taiga
One Punch Man:
Saitama
Attack on Titan:
Eren
Pleasant Goat and Big Big Wolf:
Wesley
Fullmetal Alchemist:
Edward Elric
The Wizard of Oz:
Dorothy
Super Smosh:
Ian
Anthony
Alfred and Poe:
Alfred
Poe
Dev Guy:
Warren
Valentine Panic:
Valentine
Seduce Me: The Otome:
Mika
Trick and Treat:
Axel
Haruka Winter Dreams:
Haruka
Scratch:
Scratch Cat
9:
2
The Problem Solverz:
Horace
Roba
Animal Inspector:
Protagonist
Liar Liar:
Yukari
Love or Die:
Viryse
MisSHAPEn Love:
Mia
Pervert&Yandere:
Richard
Paper Roses:
Kira
BookSLEEPer:
Protagonist
Heartbaked:
Ginger
Lads in Distress:
Princess Charming
Teletubbies:
Tinky-Winky
Thomas & Friends:
Thomas the Tank Engine
Percy
James
Gordon
Henry
Toby
The Fat ControlleSir Topham Hatt
The Walking Dead:
Clementine
The Big Bang Theory:
Sheldon
13 Reasons Why:
Clay
F.R.I.E.N.D.S:
Rachel
Monica
Phoebe
Joey
Chandler
Ross
Gumby:
Gumby
Gravity Falls:
Dipper
Mabel
Welcome to the Wayne:
Ansi Molina
Tom and Jerry:
Tom
Jerry
Baka to Test:
Hideyoshi
Golden Time:
Banri Tada
Searching:
David
Taken:
Bryan Mills
Charming:
Prince Charming
Ballerina:
Felicie
Home Improvement:
Tim
The Sandlot:
Scotty Smalls
Flappy Bird:
Faby
Swing Copters:
Protagonist
Turbo:
Turbo
Pocket Protectors:
Ballpoint
Straight-Edge
Erazer
Radius
BoxBoy!:
Qbby
The Barefoot Bandits:
Tane
Fridge
Riley
Letter Quest:
Grimm
Overcooked:
Protagonist
Hydlide:
Jim
Oh Sir!:
Mr J. Shufflebottom
Taco Man Plays a Video Game:
Taco Man
Game Gramps:
Grandpa
Pepsiman:
Pepsiman
Gamestop:
Buck Bunny
VOEZ:
Chelsea
DEEMO:
Deemo
Cytus:
Vanessa
Kitten Squad:
Kitten
Super Mario Logan:
Bowser Jr.
Dr. Stone:
Taiju
Bee and Puppycat:
Bee
Puppycat
Over the Garden Wall:
Greg
Star vs The Forces of Evil:
Star
Power Rangers:
Red Ranger
Blue Ranger
Danny Phantom:
Danny
The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius:
Jimmy Neutron
Carl
Planet Sheen:
Dorkus
Dexter’s Laboratory:
Dexter
Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends:
Bloo
Chowder:
Chowder
The Amazing World of Gumball:
Gumball
Darwin
We Bare Bears:
Grizz
Felix the Cat:
Felix the cat
Bendy and the Ink Machine:
Bendy
Outbreak Company:
Shinichi
Tokyo Mew Mew:
Ichigo
Puella Magi Madoka Magica:
Madoka
Card Captor Sakura:
Sakura
Ghostmates:
Ed
Charlie
Smosh:
Boxman
Boxman (Smosh Comics)
Benny Jean
That Damn Neighbor
Food Battle Announcer
Billy Hamburger
Stevie
Paulie P
Paul P
Peter Peter
George Zazz
Justin Bieber
Ian Hecox
Steve Youtube (Smosh: The Movie)
Bunsen is a Beast:
Bunsen
Coco:
Miguel
Monsters Inc.:
Sully
The Incredibles:
Mr. Incredible
Spirited Away:
Chihiro
Becky Prim:
Becky Prim
Kim Possible:
Kim Possible
Meet the Robinsons:
Lewis
The Little Mermaid:
Ariel
Zootopia:
Judy Hopps
Taiko no Tatsujin:
Don-Chan
Alien:
Xenomorph Queen
The Lego Ninjago Movie:
Lloyd
Gundam:
Amuro Ray
The Muppets:
Kermit the frog
Alf:
Alf
Neon Genesis Evangelion:
Shinji
The X-Files:
Fox Mulder
Godzilla:
Godzilla
Final Destination:
Alex Browning
Ice Age:
Sid
Lilo and Stitch:
Lilo
Stitch
RoboCop:
RoboCop
The Terminator:
The Terminator
Saw:
Jigsaw
The Purge:
James
50 Shades of Grey:
Christian
Tron:
Kevin
Dead Space:
Isaac Clarke
Overwatch:
Tracer
King of Fighters:
Kyo Kusanagi
Fatal Fury:
Terry Bogard
Ratchet and Clank:
Ratchet
Clank
Jak and Daxter:
Jak
Daxter
Tekken:
Heihachi
A Boy and his Blob:
Boy
Blob
Ace Combat:
Trigger
Master Higgins:
Master Higgins
Adventures of Lolo:
Lolo
Aero the Acro-bat:
Aero the Acro-bat
Ape Escape:
Specter
Asteroids:
Ship
Battletoads:
Rash
Zitz
Pimple
Spooky’s House of Jumpscares:
Spooky
The Call of Cthulhu:
Cthulhu
Chibi-Robo:
Chibi-Robo
Frankenstein:
Frankenstein's monster
Dracula:
Dracula
Boku no Pico:
Pico
Burger Time:
Chef Peter Pepper
Citrus:
Yuzu Aihara
Mei Aihara
Putt-Putt:
Putt-Putt
Pajama Sam:
Pajama Sam
Prison Tycoon:
Warden
RollerCoaster Tycoon:
Owner of the theme park
Restaurant Empire:
Armand LeBeouf
Frogger:
Frogger
Freddi Fish:
Freddi Fish
Fatty Bear:
Fatty Bear
Spy Fox:
Spy Fox
Gal Gun:
Tenzou Motesugi
Game & Watch:
Mr. Game & Watch
Guitar Hero:
Axel Steel
Rock Band:
Moosejaw
The Man With The Invisible Trousers:
James
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button:
Benjamin Button
Passpartout:
Passpartout
Just Dance:
Dancer
Sega Hard Girls:
Dreamcast
Sega Saturn
Mega Drive
Kinectimals:
Bumble
Left 4 Dead:
Bill
Life is Strange:
Max
LittleBigPlanet:
Sackboy
LovePlus:
Protagonist
Nights:
Nights
Naughty Bear:
Naughty Bear
Ted:
Ted
Houdini (2014 Movie):
Harry Houdini
Q*bert:
Q*bert
Pixels:
Sam
Touhou Project:
Sakuya Izayoi
Toejam and Earl:
Toejam
Earl
The Oregon Trail:
Protagonist
The Organ Trail:
Protagonist
Yakuza:
Kazuma Kiryu
Mall Tycoon:
Owner of the mall
Zoo Tycoon:
Owner of the zoo
Yukon Trail:
Midas T. Golden
Detention:
Fang Ray Shin
The Nutshack:
Phil
LazyTown:
Sportacus
Robbie Rotten
Purgatory:
Enri
Desolate Village:
Alex
The Desolate Hope:
Coffee
The Pilgrim’s Progress:
Christian
Captain Bible:
Captain Bible
Bad Milk:
Protagonist
Journey to the West:
Sun Wu Kong
Death Squared:
David
Watch_Dogs:
Aiden Pearce
Sleeping Dogs:
Wei Shen
Paletta:
Paletta
Wrecking Crew:
Foreman Spike
Sara is Missing:
IRIS
Simulacra:
Simulacra
Welcome to the Game:
Kidnapper
Rides with Strangers:
Donald Earl McArthur
A Normal Lost Phone:
Sam
Mogeko Castle:
Yonaka
Wadanohara and the Great Blue Sea:
Wadanohara
Little Nightmares:
Six
Little Einsteins:
Leo
Sally Face:
Sal
Fran Bow:
Fran Bow
Kick the Buddy:
Buddy
Strage Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde:
Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde
Phineas and Ferb:
Phineas
Ferb
Big Nate:
Nate
Francis
Nate is Late:
Nate
The Ring:
Samara
Inanimate Insanity:
MePhone4
Winx Club:
Bloom
Tinkerbell:
Tinkerbell
Sausage Party:
Frank
The Lord of the Rings:
Gandalf
Duck Hunt:
Dog
Duck
Hunter
Starfox:
Fox McCloud
F-Zero:
Captain Falcon
Enchanted:
Giselle
Roblox:
Player character
Hearthstone:
Sir Annoy-O
Talking Tom:
Tom
Crossy Road:
Chicken
Granny:
Granny
The Titanic:
Jack
Rose
Dexter:
Dexter
How I Met Your Mother:
Ted
El Tigre:
Manny
Mucha Lucha:
Rikochet
The Book of Life:
Manolo
Cuphead:
Cuphead
Mugman
Waterworld:
The Mariner
GradeAUnderA:
Grade
Under
Dickhead
Foodfight!:
Dex Dogtective
Cyanide and Happiness:
Purple-shirted eye stabber
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure:
Jonathan Joestar
Jotaro Joestar
The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy:
Grim
The Brave Little Toaster:
Toaster
PlayStation:
Polygon Man
Scott Pilgrim vs The World:
Scott Pilgrim
Club Penguin:
Rookie
Sonic.exe:
Sonic.exe
Pivot Stick Animator:
Stickman
Mr. Bean:
Mr. Bean
Teddy
Skitzo:
R-Dizzle
Captain N: The Game Master:
Kevin
Waluigi Travels Through The Multiverse:
Waluigi
Parappa the Rapper:
Parappa the rapper
God of War:
Kratos
Uncharted:
Nathan Drake
Bioshock:
Big Daddy
Paperboy:
Paperboy
Gauntlet:
Wizard
720°:
Skateboarder
Marble Madness:
Marble
Spy vs Spy:
Black spy
White spy
Xbox:
Xbox Avatar
A Kingdom for Keflings:
A Kefling
Cloudberry Kingdom:
Bob
Girls Like Robots:
June
Can Your Pet:
Pet
Snail:
Snail
Snail Bob:
Snail Bob
The King’s Avatar:
Ye Xiu
King’s Knight:
Ray Jack
King’s Quest:
Sir Graham
Monster Bark:
Bark
Haunt the House:
Ghost
Detective Grimoire:
Detective Grimoire
Sort the Court:
King
Wallace and Gromit:
Wallace
Gromit
Frankenweenie:
Sparky
Atelier:
Marie
Recetterar: An Item Shop’s Tale:
Recette
Tales Of:
Lloyd Irving
Lost Sphear:
Kanata
PETA:
Ash Ketchum (Pokemon Black and Blue)
Cooking Mama:
Cooking Mama
Gish:
Gish
Aquaria:
Naija
Owlboy:
Otus
Alex Kidd:
Alex Kidd
Space Channel 5:
Ulala
Mighty no. 9
Beck
Blaster Master:
Jason
Vroom in the Night Sky:
Magical Girl Luna
Azure Striker Gunvolt:
Gunvolt
Senran Kagura:
Asuka
Disgaea:
Killia
The Legend of Dark Witch:
Zizou
Pico’s School:
Pico
Riddle School:
Phil
Phred
Clock Crew:
Strawberry Clock
Lock Legion:
Strawberry Lock
Coffee Lock
Steamshovel Harry:
Harry
Bionicles:
Ekimu
Hero Factory:
Preston Stormer
Alien Conquest:
Alien Commander
XCOM:
Peter Van Doorn
Chantelise:
Chante
Elise
Yobi’s Basic Spelling Tricks:
Yobi
The House of the Dead:
Roy Curien
The Typing of the Dead:
James
Gary
Cartoon All-Stars to the Rescue:
Smoke
Where’s Wally?:
Wally
Where’s Waldo?:
Waldo
Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego:
Carmen Sandiego
Adam Ruins Everything:
Adam Conover
South Park:
Stan
Kyle
Cartman
Kenny
Butters
Craig
The Human Centipede:
Dr. Josef Heiter
CollegeHumor:
Mike Trapp
Kingdom Hearts:
Sora
King Kong:
King Kong
Friday the 13th:
Jason
Nightmare on Elm Street:
Freddy Krueger
Edward Scissorhands:
Edward Scissorhands
Devil May Cry:
Dante
Final Fantasy:
Cloud Strife
Tidus
Food Wars!: Shokugeki no Soma:
Soma
DanTDM:
Dr. Trayaurus
Anthony Padilla:
A (If kids shows were honest about life)
E (If kids shows were honest about life)
I (If kids shows were honest about life)
O (If kids shows were honest about life)
U (If kids shows were honest about life)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame:
Quasimodo
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles:
Donatello
Who Framed Roger Rabbit?:
Roger Rabbit
Angry Video Game Nerd:
The Nerd
James Bond:
James Bond
Epic:
M. K.
Dance Dance Revolution:
Disco
Ed, Edd n’ Eddy:
Ed
Edd
Eddy
Hey Arnold:
Arnold
Codename: Kids Next Door:
Numbah 1
Numbah 2
Numbah 3
Numbah 4
Numbah 5
Back to Backspace:
Patty
Big City Greens:
Cricket
Danger Planet:
Danger Planet machine
Forklift robot
Twelve Forever:
Reggie
Infinity Train:
Tulip
Jack & Jill (Adam Sandler):
Jack
Jill
Red Dog:
Red Dog
Air Bud:
Buddy
101 Dalmations:
Cruella De Vil
Pongo
Perdy
Element Animations:
Jason
Dan
The Suite Life of Zack & Cody:
Zack
Cody
That’s So Raven:
Raven
Milo Murphy’s Law:
Milo Murphy
Even Stevens:
Louis Anthony Stevens
The Adventures of Pete & Pete:
Big Pete Wrigley
Little Pete Wrigley
Malcolm in the Middle:
Malcolm
Hotel Transylvania:
Dracula
DuckTales:
Scrooge McDuck
Scrooge McDuck (1987)
Elena of Avalor:
Elena
Sofia the First:
Sofia
The Proud Family:
Penny Proud
The Emperor’s New Groove:
Kuzco
American Dragon Jake Long:
Jake
Fanboy & Chum Chum:
Fanboy
Chum Chum
Fish Hooks:
Milo
Smart House:
Ben
Invisible Dad:
Doug's dad
Doug
Tender Loving Care:
Michael
My Magic Dog:
Toby
Lucky
Boy Meets World:
Cory
Sabrina the Teenage Witch:
Sabrina
Shorty Mc Shorts’ Shorts:
Shorty McShorts
Shezow:
Guy
Call of Duty Dog:
Call of Duty Dog
Sonic for Hire:
Sonic
Tails
Video Game Violence Saves the World from Violent Video Games:
Kid
Doge:
Doge
Karen
Isabelle
Phoebe
Kyle
Nyan Cat:
Nyan Cat
Tac Nayn
Wolfychu:
Wolfychu
Lilypichu:
Lilypichu
Emirichu:
Emirichu
TheOdd1sOut:
TheOdd1sout
Domics:
Domics
Jaiden Animations:
Jaiden
Game Theory:
MatPat
Dorkly:
Pixel Pete
Pokemon Rusty:
Rusty
The Greatest Showman:
P. T. Barnum
Doodle Jump:
The Doodler
Happy Jump:
Jelly
Seen:
Nicole
Color Switch:
Ball
Agar.io:
Blob
Slither.io:
Snake
Cookie Clicker:
Grandma
Donut County:
The hole
Bitcoin Billionaire:
The billionaire
Paper.io:
Protagonist
Highschool Romance:
Shoji
Shaun/Sophie
Highschool Possession:
Hikaru
Nekopara:
Chocola
Vanilla
Ren'Py:
Eileen
Voltron: Legendary Defender:
Takashi Shirogane
Wander Over Yonder:
Wander
Kablam!:
June
Doug:
Doug
Avatar: The Last Airbender:
Aang
The Legend of Korra:
Korra
Garfield:
Garfield
Jon
Odie
Calvin & Hobbes:
Calvin
Hobbes
Lego DC:
Lego Aquaman
Lego Friends:
Mia
Olivia
Emma
Stephanie
Andrea
FL Studio:
FL-Chan
R.O.B.:
Professor Hector
R.O.B.
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre:
Leatherface
Ice Climber:
Popo
Nana
Captain Commando:
Captain Commando
Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog:
Captain Hammer
Papers, Please:
Jorji Costava
Jorji Costava (Papers, Please: The Short Film)
Blocksworld:
Blockster
Ironpants:
Ironpants
Happy Wheels:
Irresponsible Dad
The Truman Show:
Truman
EdTV:
Ed
Duck Life:
Protagonist
The Average Everyday Adventures of Samantha Browne:
Samantha Browne
Cinderella Phenomenon:
Lucette
Our Home (visual novel):
Emily
A Day in the Life of a Slice of Bread:
Bread
a(t)rium:
Amie
Date (almost) Anything Simulator:
Calluna
[email protected]:
Protagonist
Stalker & Yandere:
Yandere-chan
Tealy & Orangey:
Tealy
Orangey
Geometry Dash:
Protagonist
Duck Season:
Dog
Ginosaji - The Horribly Slow Murderer with the Extremely Inefficient Weapon:
Ginosaji
McDonald’s:
Ronald McDonald
Karate Kid:
Daniel LaRusso
Llamas with Hats:
Carl
The Misfortune of Being Ned:
Ned
Wendy
The Headless Horseman
Greg
Spelling Bee
Uncle Ted
Grandpa Jed
Aunt Red
Uncle Ed
Sketchy Dude
Hulkster
Macho Man
Dwayne
Stone Cold
Hitman
Undertaker
Thunder
Luchador Loco
Ned’s dad
Ned’s mom
Goose
Mr. Simmons
Super Hexagon:
Protagonist
Perfect Dark:
Joanna Dark
Devil World:
Devil
Balloon Fight:
Balloon Fighter
h3h3Productions:
Ethan
Hila
Gnoggin:
Lockstin
Yo Gabba Gabba:
DJ Lance Rock
Crazy Frog:
Crazy Frog
Angels of Death:
Ray
Zack
Imaginary Friends (RPG):
Hailey
Oliver

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An extensive list of blockchain courses, resources and articles to help you get a job working with blockchain.

u/Maximus_no and me spent some time at work collecting and analyzing learning material for blockchain development. The list contains resources for developers, as well as business analysts/consultants looking to learn more about blockchain use-cases and solutions.

Certifications and Courses

IIB Council
Link to course: IIB council : Certified Blockchain Professional
C|BP is an In-Depth, Industry Agnostic, Hands-On Training and Certification Course specifically tailored for Industry Professionals and Developers interested in implementing emerging technologies in the Data-Driven Markets and Digitized Economies.
The IIB Council Certified Blockchain Professional (C|BP) Course was developed to help respective aspiring professionals gain excessive knowledge in Blockchain technology and its implication on businesses.
WHO IS IT FOR:

Professionals

C|BP is developed in line with the latest industry trends to help current and aspiring Professionals evolve in their career by implementing the latest knowledge in blockchain technology. This course will help professionals understand the foundation of Blockchain technology and the opportunities this emerging technology is offering.

Developers

If you are a Developer and you are willing to learn blockchain technology this course is for you. You will learn to build and model Blockchain solutions and Blockchain-based applications for enterprises and businesses in multiple Blockchain Technologies.

Certified Blockchain Business Foundations (CBBF)

This exam is designed for non-technical business professionals who require basic knowledge about Blockchain and how it will be executed within an organization. This exam is NOT appropriate for technology professionals seeking to gain deeper understanding of Blockchain technology implementation or programming.

A person who holds this certification demonstrates their knowledge of:

· What is Blockchain? (What exactly is it?)
· Non-Technical Technology Overview (How does it work?)
· Benefits of Blockchain (Why should anyone consider this?)
· Use Cases (Where and for what apps is it appropriate?)
· Adoption (Who is using it and for what?)
· Future of Blockchain (What is the future?)

Certified Blockchain Solution Architect (CBSA)

A person who holds this certification demonstrates their ability to:

· Architect blockchain solutions
· Work effectively with blockchain engineers and technical leaders
· Choose appropriate blockchain systems for various use cases
· Work effectively with both public and permissioned blockchain systems

This exam will prove that a student completely understands:

· The difference between proof of work, proof of stake, and other proof systems and why they exist
· Why cryptocurrency is needed on certain types of blockchains
· The difference between public, private, and permissioned blockchains
· How blocks are written to the blockchain
· Where cryptography fits into blockchain and the most commonly used systems
· Common use cases for public blockchains
· Common use cases for private & permissioned blockchains
· What is needed to launch your own blockchain
· Common problems & considerations in working with public blockchains
· Awareness of the tech behind common blockchains
· When is mining needed and when it is not
· Byzantine Fault Tolerance
· Consensus among blockchains
· What is hashing
· How addresses, public keys, and private keys work
· What is a smart contract
· Security in blockchain
· Brief history of blockchain
· The programming languages of the most common blockchains
· Common testing and deployment practices for blockchains and blockchain-based apps

Certified Blockchain Developer - Ethereum (CBDE)

A person who holds this certification demonstrates their ability to:

· Plan and prepare production ready applications for the Ethereum blockchain
· Write, test, and deploy secure Solidity smart contracts
· Understand and work with Ethereum fees
· Work within the bounds and limitations of the Ethereum blockchain
· Use the essential tooling and systems needed to work with the Ethereum ecosystem

This exam will prove that a student completely understands how to:

· Implement web3.js
· Write and compile Solidity smart contracts
· Create secure smart contracts
· Deploy smart contracts both the live and test Ethereum networks
· Calculate Ethereum gas costs
· Unit test smart contracts
· Run an Ethereum node on development machines

Princeton: Sixty free lectures from Princeton on bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. Avg length ~15 mins

Basic course with focus on Bitcoin. After this course, you’ll know everything you need to be able to separate fact from fiction when reading claims about Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. You’ll have the conceptual foundations you need to engineer secure software that interacts with the Bitcoin network. And you’ll be able to integrate ideas from Bitcoin in your own projects.

MIT : BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGIES: BUSINESS INNOVATION AND APPLICATION

· A mid / basic understanding of blockchain technology and its long-term implications for business, coupled with knowledge of its relationship to other emerging technologies such as AI and IoT
· An economic framework for identifying blockchain-based solutions to challenges within your own context, guided by the knowledge of cryptoeconomics expert Christian Catalini
· Recognition of your newfound blockchain knowledge in the form of a certificate of completion from the MIT Sloan School of Management — one of the world’s leading business schools
Orientation Module: Welcome to Your Online Campus
Module 1: An introduction to blockchain technology
Module 2: Bitcoin and the curse of the double-spending problem
Module 3: Costless verification: Blockchain technology and the last mile problem
Module 4: Bootstrapping network effects through blockchain technology and cryptoeconomics
Module 5: Using tokens to design new types of digital platforms
Module 6: The future of blockchain technology, AI, and digital privacy

Oxford Blockchain Strategy Programme

· A mid / basic understanding of what blockchain is and how it works, as well as insights into how it will affect the future of industry and of your organization.
· The ability to make better strategic business decisions by utilizing the Oxford Blockchain Strategic framework, the Oxford Blockchain Regulation framework, the Oxford Blockchain Ecosystem map, and drawing on your knowledge of blockchain and affiliated industries and technologies.
· A certificate of attendance from Oxford Saïd as validation of your newfound blockchain knowledge and skills, as well as access to a global network of like-minded business leaders and innovators.
Module 1: Understanding blockchain
Module 2: The blockchain ecosystem
Module 3: Innovations in value transfer
Module 4: Decentralized apps and smart contracts
Module 5: Transforming enterprise business models
Module 6: Blockchain frontiers

Resources and Articles

Introduction to Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT) https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/cloud/library/cl-blockchain-basics-intro-bluemix-trs/
Tomas’s Personal Favourite: 150+ Resources for going from web-dev to blockchain engineer https://github.com/benstew/blockchain-for-software-engineers
Hyperledger Frameworks Hyperledger is widely regarded as the most mature open-source framework for building private & permissioned blockchains.
Tutorials: https://www.hyperledger.org/resources/training
R3 Corda Open-source developer frameworks for building private, permissioned blockchains. A little better than Hyperledger on features like privacy and secure channels. Used mostly in financial applications.
Ethereum, Solidity, dApps and Smart-Contracts
Ethereum & Solidity Course (favourite): https://www.udemy.com/ethereum-and-solidity-the-complete-developers-guide/
An Introduction to Ethereum’s Token Standards: https://medium.com/coinmonks/anatomy-of-an-erc-an-exhaustive-survey-8bc1a323b541
How To Create Your First ERC20 Token: https://medium.com/bitfwd/how-to-do-an-ico-on-ethereum-in-less-than-20-minutes-a0062219374
Ethereum Developer Tools [Comprehensive List]: https://github.com/ConsenSys/ethereum-developer-tools-list/blob/masteREADME.md
CryptoZombies – Learn to code dApps through game-development: https://cryptozombies.io/
Intro to Ethereum Development: https://hackernoon.com/ethereum-development-walkthrough-part-1-smart-contracts-b3979e6e573e
Notes from Consensys Academy Participant (free): https://github.com/ScottWorks/ConsenSys-Academy-Notes
AWS Ethereum Templates: https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/aws/get-started-with-blockchain-using-the-new-aws-blockchain-templates/
Create dApps with better user-experience: https://blog.hellobloom.io/how-to-make-a-user-friendly-ethereum-dapp-5a7e5ea6df22
Solidity YouTube Course: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaWes1eWQ9TbzA695gl_PtA
[UX &UI] Designing a decentralized profile dApp: https://uxdesign.cc/designing-a-decentralized-profile-dapp-ab12ead4ab56
Scaling Solutions on Ethereum: https://media.consensys.net/the-state-of-scaling-ethereum-b4d095dbafae
Different Platforms for dApps and Smart-Contracts
While Ethereum is the most mature dApp framework with both the best developer tools, resources and community, there are other public blockchain platforms. Third generation blockchains are trying to solve Ethereum’s scaling and performance issues. Here is an overview of dApp platforms that can be worth looking into:
NEO - https://neo.org/ The second most mature dApp platform. NEO has better scalability and performance than Ethereum and has 1’000 TPS to ETH’s 15 by utilizing a dBFT consensus algorithm. While better infrastructure, NEO does not have the maturity of Ethereum’s developer tools, documentation and community.
A writeup on why a company chose to develop on NEO and not Ethereum: https://medium.com/orbismesh/why-we-chose-neo-over-ethereum-37fc9208ffa0
Cardano - https://www.cardano.org/en/home/ While still in alpha with a long and ambitious roadmap ahead of it, Cardano is one of the most anticipated dApp platforms out there. IOHK, the research and engineering company that maintains Cardano, has listed a lot of great resources and scientific papers that is worth looking into.
An Intro to Cardano: https://hackernoon.com/cardano-ethereum-and-neo-killer-or-overhyped-and-overpriced-8fcd5f8abcdf
IOHK Scientific Papers - https://iohk.io/research/papers/
Stellar - https://www.stellar.org/ If moving value fast from one party to another by using smart-contracts is the goal, Stellar Lumens is your platform. Initially as an open-source fork from Ripple, Stellar has become one of the mature frameworks for financial applications. Stellar’s focus lies in interoperability with legacy financial systems and cheap/fast value transfer. It’s smart-contract capability is rather limited in comparison to Ethereum and HyperLedger, so take that in consideration.
Ripplewww.ripple.com Ripple and its close cousin, Stellar, is two of the most well-known cryptocurrencies and DLT frameworks meant for the financial sector. Ripple enables instant settlement between banks for international transactions.

Consensus Algorithms

[Proof of Work] - very short, cuz it's well-known.
[1] Bitcoin - to generate a new block miner must generate hash of the new block header that is in line with given requirements.
Others: Ethereum, Litecoin etc.
[Hybrid of PoW and PoS]
[2] Decred - hybrid of “proof of work” and “proof of stake”. Blocks are created about every 5 minutes. Nodes in the network looking for a solution with a known difficulty to create a block (PoW). Once the solution is found it is broadcast to the network. The network then verifies the solution. Stakeholders who have locked some DCR in return for a ticket* now have the chance to vote on the block (PoS). 5 tickets are chosen pseudo-randomly from the ticket pool and if at least 3 of 5 vote ‘yes’ the block is permanently added to the blockchain. Both miners and voters are compensated with DCR : PoS - 30% and PoW - 60% of about 30 new Decred issued with a block. * 1 ticket = ability to cast 1 vote. Stakeholders must wait an average of 28 days (8,192 blocks) to vote their tickets.
[Proof of Stake]
[3] Nxt - The more tokens are held by account, the greater chance that account will earn the right to generate a block. The total reward received as a result of block generation is the sum of the transaction fees located within the block. Three values are key to determining which account is eligible to generate a block, which account earns the right to generate a block, and which block is taken to be the authoritative one in times of conflict: base target value, target value and cumulative difficulty. Each block on the chain has a generation signature parameter. To participate in the block's forging process, an active account digitally signs the generation signature of the previous block with its own public key. This creates a 64-byte signature, which is then hashed using SHA256. The first 8 bytes of the resulting hash are converted to a number, referred to as the account hit. The hit is compared to the current target value(active balance). If the computed hit is lower than the target, then the next block can be generated.
[4] Peercoin (chain-based proof of stake) - coin age parameter. Hybrid PoW and PoS algorithm. The longer your Peercoins have been stationary in your account (to a maximum of 90 days), the more power (coin age) they have to mint a block. The act of minting a block requires the consumption of coin age value, and the network determines consensus by selecting the chain with the largest total consumed coin age. Reward - minting + 1% yearly.
[5] Reddcoin (Proof of stake Velocity) - quite similar to Peercoin, difference: not linear coin-aging function (new coins gain weight quickly, and old coins gain weight increasingly slowly) to encourage Nodes Activity. Node with most coin age weight have a bigger chance to create block. To create block Node should calculate right hash. Block reward - interest on the weighted age of coins/ 5% annual interest in PoSV phase.
[6] Ethereum (Casper) - uses modified BFT consensus. Blocks will be created using PoW. In the Casper Phase 1 implementation for Ethereum, the “proposal mechanism" is the existing proof of work chain, modified to have a greatly reduced block reward. Blocks will be validated by set of Validators. Block is finalised when 2/3 of validators voted for it (not the number of validators is counted, but their deposit size). Block creator rewarded with Block Reward + Transaction FEES.
[7] Lisk (Delegated Proof-of-stake) - Lisk stakeholders vote with vote transaction (the weight of the vote depends on the amount of Lisk the stakeholder possess) and choose 101 Delegates, who create all blocks in the blockchain. One delegate creates 1 block within 1 round (1 round contains 101 blocks) -> At the beginning of each round, each delegate is assigned a slot indicating their position in the block generation process -> Delegate includes up to 25 transactions into the block, signs it and broadcasts it to the network -> As >51% of available peers agreed that this block is acceptable to be created (Broadhash consensus), a new block is added to the blockchain. *Any account may become a delegate, but only accounts with the required stake (no info how much) are allowed to generate blocks. Block reward - minted Lisks and transaction fees (fees for all 101 blocks are collected firstly and then are divided between delegates). Blocks appears every 10 sec.
[8] Cardano (Ouroboros Proof of Stake) - Blocks(slots) are created by Slot Leaders. Slot Leaders for N Epoch are chosen during n-1 Epoch. Slot Leaders are elected from the group of ADA stakeholders who have enough stake. Election process consist of 3 phases: Commitment phase: each elector generates a random value (secret), signs it and commit as message to network (other electors) saved in to block. -> Reveal phase: Each elector sends special value to open a commitment, all this values (opening) are put into the block. -> Recovery phase: each elector verifies that commitments and openings match and extracts the secrets and forms a SEED (randomly generated bytes string based on secrets). All electors get the same SEED. -> Follow the Satoshi algorithm : Elector who have coin which corresponded to SEED become a SLOT LEADER and get a right to create a block. Slot Leader is rewarded with minted ADA and transactions Fee.
[9] Tezos (Proof Of Stake) - generic and self-amending crypto-ledger. At the beginning of each cycle (2048 blocks), a random seed is derived from numbers that block miners chose and committed to in the penultimate cycle, and revealed in the last. -> Using this random seed, a follow the coin strategy (similar to Follow The Satoshi) is used to allocate mining rights and signing rights to stakeholders for the next cycle*. -> Blocks are mined by a random stakeholder (the miner) and includes multiple signatures of the previous block provided by random stakeholders (the signers). Mining and signing both offer a small reward but also require making a one cycle safety deposit to be forfeited in the event of a double mining or double signing.
· the more coins (rolls) you have - the more your chance to be a minesigner.
[10] Tendermint (Byzantine Fault Tolerance) - A proposal is signed and published by the designated proposer at each round. The proposer is chosen by a deterministic and non-choking round robin selection algorithm that selects proposers in proportion to their voting power. The proposer create the block, that should be validated by >2/3 of Validators, as follow: Propose -> Prevote -> Precommit -> Commit. Proposer rewarded with Transaction FEES.
[11] Tron (Byzantine Fault Tolerance) - This blockhain is still on development stage. Consensus algorithm = PoS + BFT (similar to Tendermint): PoS algorithm chooses a node as Proposer, this node has the power to generate a block. -> Proposer broadcasts a block that it want to release. -> Block enters the Prevote stage. It takes >2/3 of nodes' confirmations to enter the next stage. -> As the block is prevoted, it enters Precommit stage and needs >2/3 of node's confirmation to go further. -> As >2/3 of nodes have precommited the block it's commited to the blockchain with height +1. New blocks appears every 15 sec.
[12] NEO (Delegated Byzantine Fault Tolerance) - Consensus nodes* are elected by NEO holders -> The Speaker is identified (based on algorithm) -> He broadcasts proposal to create block -> Each Delegate (other consensus nodes) validates proposal -> Each Delegate sends response to other Delegates -> Delegate reaches consensus after receiving 2/3 positive responses -> Each Delegate signs the block and publishes it-> Each Delegate receives a full block. Block reward 6 GAS distributed proportionally in accordance with the NEO holding ratio among NEO holders. Speaker rewarded with transaction fees (mostly 0). * Stake 1000 GAS to nominate yourself for Bookkeeping(Consensus Node)
[13] EOS (Delegated Proof of Stake) - those who hold tokens on a blockchain adopting the EOS.IO software may select* block producers through a continuous approval voting system and anyone may choose to participate in block production and will be given an opportunity to produce blocks proportional to the total votes they have received relative to all other producers. At the start of each round 21 unique block producers are chosen. The top 20 by total approval are automatically chosen every round and the last producer is chosen proportional to their number of votes relative to other producers. Block should be confirmed by 2/3 or more of elected Block producers. Block Producer rewarded with Block rewards. *the more EOS tokens a stakeholder owns, the greater their voting power
[The XRP Ledger Consensus Process]
[14] Ripple - Each node receives transaction from external applications -> Each Node forms public list of all valid (not included into last ledger (=block)) transactions aka (Candidate Set) -> Nodes merge its candidate set with UNLs(Unique Node List) candidate sets and vote on the veracity of all transactions (1st round of consensus) -> all transactions that received at least 50% votes are passed on the next round (many rounds may take place) -> final round of consensus requires that min 80% of Nodes UNL agreeing on transactions. It means that at least 80% of Validating nodes should have same Candidate SET of transactions -> after that each Validating node computes a new ledger (=block) with all transactions (with 80% UNL agreement) and calculate ledger hash, signs and broadcasts -> All Validating nodes compare their ledgers hash -> Nodes of the network recognize a ledger instance as validated when a 80% of the peers have signed and broadcast the same validation hash. -> Process repeats. Ledger creation process lasts 5 sec(?). Each transaction includes transaction fee (min 0,00001 XRP) which is destroyed. No block rewards.
[The Stellar consensus protocol]
[15] Stellar (Federated Byzantine Agreement) - quite similar to Ripple. Key difference - quorum slice.
[Proof of Burn]
[16] Slimcoin - to get the right to write blocks Node should “burn” amount of coins. The more coins Node “burns” more chances it has to create blocks (for long period) -> Nodes address gets a score called Effective Burnt Coins that determines chance to find blocks. Block creator rewarded with block rewards.
[Proof of Importance]
[17] NEM - Only accounts that have min 10k vested coins are eligible to harvest (create a block). Accounts with higher importance scores have higher probabilities of harvesting a block. The higher amount of vested coins, the higher the account’s Importance score. And the higher amount of transactions that satisfy following conditions: - transactions sum min 1k coins, - transactions made within last 30 days, - recipient have 10k vested coins too, - the higher account’s Important score. Harvester is rewarded with fees for the transactions in the block. A new block is created approx. every 65 sec.
[Proof of Devotion]
[18] Nebulas (Proof of Devotion + BFT) - quite similar to POI, the PoD selects the accounts with high influence. All accounts are ranked according to their liquidity and propagation (Nebulas Rank) -> Top-ranked accounts are selected -> Chosen accounts pay deposit and are qualified as the blocks Validators* -> Algorithm pseudo-randomly chooses block Proposer -> After a new block is proposed, Validators Set (each Validator is charged a deposit) participate in a round of BFT-Style voting to verify block (1. Prepare stage -> 2. Commit Stage. Validators should have > 2/3 of total deposits to validate Block) -> Block is added. Block rewards : each Validator rewarded with 1 NAS. *Validators Set is dynamic, changes in Set may occur after Epoch change.
[IOTA Algorithm]
[19] IOTA - uses DAG (Directed Acyclic Graph) instead of blockchain (TANGLE equal to Ledger). Graph consist of transactions (not blocks). To issue a new transaction Node must approve 2 random other Transactions (not confirmed). Each transaction should be validate n(?) times. By validating PAST(2) transactions whole Network achieves Consensus. in Order to issue transaction Node: 1. Sign transaction with private key 2. choose two other Transactions to validate based on MCMC(Markov chain Monte Carlo) algorithm, check if 2 transactions are valid (node will never approve conflicting transactions) 3. make some PoW(similar to HashCash). -> New Transaction broadcasted to Network. Node don’t receive reward or fee.
[PBFT + PoW]
[20] Yobicash - uses PBFT and also PoW. Nodes reach consensus on transactions by querying other nodes. A node asks its peers about the state of a transaction: if it is known or not, and if it is a doublespending transaction or not. As follow : Node receives new transaction -> Checks if valid -> queries all known nodes for missing transactions (check if already in DAG ) -> queries 2/3 nodes for doublepsending and possibility -> if everything is ok add to DAG. Reward - nodes receive transaction fees + minting coins.
[Proof of Space/Proof of Capacity]
[21] Filecoin (Power Fault Tolerance) - the probability that the network elects a miner(Leader) to create a new block (it is referred to as the voting power of the miner) is proportional to storage currently in use in relation to the rest of the network. Each node has Power - storage in use verified with Proof of Spacetime by nodes. Leaders extend the chain by creating a block and propagating it to the network. There can be an empty block (when no leader). A block is committed if the majority of the participants add their weight on the chain where the block belongs to, by extending the chain or by signing blocks. Block creator rewarded with Block reward + transaction fees.
[Proof of Elapsed Time (POET)]
[22] Hyperledger Sawtooth - Goal - to solve BFT Validating Nodes limitation. Works only with intel’s SGX. PoET uses a random leader election model or a lottery based election model based on SGX, where the protocol randomly selects the next leader to finalize the block. Every validator requests a wait time from an enclave (a trusted function). -> The validator with the shortest wait time for a particular transaction block is elected the leader. -> The BlockPublisher is responsible for creating candidate blocks to extend the current chain. He takes direction from the consensus algorithm for when to create a block and when to publish a block. He creates, Finalizes, Signs Block and broadcast it -> Block Validators check block -> Block is created on top of blockchain.
[23] Byteball (Delegated Byzantine Fault Tolerance) - only verified nodes are allowed to be Validation nodes (list of requirements https://github.com/byteball/byteball-witness). Users choose in transaction set of 12 Validating nodes. Validating nodes(Witnesses) receive transaction fees.
[24] Nano - uses DAG, PoW (HashCash). Nano uses a block-lattice structure. Each account has its own blockchain (account-chain) equivalent to the account’s transaction/balance history. To add transaction user should make some HashCash PoW -> When user creates transaction Send Block appears on his blockchain and Receive block appears on Recipients blockchain. -> Peers in View receive Block -> Peers verify block (Double spending and check if already in the ledger) -> Peers achieve consensus and add block. In case of Fork (when 2 or more signed blocks reference the same previous block): Nano network resolves forks via a balance-weighted voting system where representative nodes vote for the block they observe, as >50% of weighted votes received, consensus achieved and block is retained in the Node’s ledger (block that lose the vote is discarded).
[25] Holochain - uses distributed hash table (DHT). Instead of trying to manage global consensus for every change to a huge blockchain ledger, every participant has their own signed hash chain. In case of multi-party transaction, it is signed to each party's chain. Each party signs the exact same transaction with links to each of their previous chain entries. After data is signed to local chains, it is shared to a DHT where every neighbor node validate it. Any consensus algorithms can be built on top of Holochain.
[26] Komodo ('Delegated' Delayed Proof of Work (dPoW)) - end-to-end blockchain solutions. DPoW consensus mechanism does not recognize The Longest Chain Rule to resolve a conflict in the network, instead the dPoW looks to backups it inserted previously into the chosen PoW blockchain. The process of inserting backups of Komodo transactions into a secure PoW is “notarization.” Notarisation is performed by the elected Notary nodes. Roughly every ten minutes, the Notary nodes perform a special block hash mined on the Komodo blockchain and take note of the overall Komodo blockchain “height”. The notary nodes process this specifc block so that their signatures are cryptographically included within the content of the notarized data. There are sixty-four “Notary nodes” elected by a stake-weighted vote, where ownership of KMD represents stake in the election. They are a special type of blockchain miner, having certain features in their underlying code that enable them to maintain an effective and cost-efcient blockchain and they periodically receives the privilege to mine a block on “easy difculty.”
Source: https://www.reddit.com/CryptoTechnology/comments/7znnq8/my_brief_observation_of_most_common_consensus/
Whitepapers Worth Looking Into:
IOTA -http://iotatoken.com/IOTA_Whitepaper.pdf
NANO -https://nano.org/en/whitepaper
Bitcoin -https://bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf
Ethereum: https://github.com/ethereum/wiki/wiki/White-Paper
Ethereum Plasma (Omise-GO) -https://plasma.io/plasma.pdf
Cardano - https://eprint.iacr.org/2016/889.pdf
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