I created my first cron job using EasyCron and it was Easy. As part of the second phase of my To The Moon! Coin Calculator, I needed to populate my database with information on a scheduled basis. Since I am using a hosting service that doesn’t have a schedule jobs feature, I looked to a third party app to get it done. EasyCron allows for anyone to create simple cron jobs for free or as a paid service, if you want more functionality. For my needs, the free service works well. I only plan on running my cron job 3 Continue reading Easy to Use EasyCron
Finished the First Version of the Calculator A few weeks ago, I wrote an article on Calculating “To The Moon” 🚀 as a thought process based on something that @dragosroua posted. A few days ago, I posted Scientific Proof that To The Moon Caused BitCoin Crash!, in which I used the previous article and an article from @edje to “prove” that my calculations were correct based on his theory of anti-Moon gravitational issues with cryptocurrency. When I was writing the article Air Drop – Success!, I used my calculation to figure out when IOSToken would go “To The Moon” and Continue reading “To The Moon” 🚀Coin Calculator
I have combined research papers to bring you this shocking discovery! This morning while reviewing my Twitter feed, I noticed that Einsteinium Found HQ (aka, the people behind Einsteinium ) had reTweeted a Tweet from @edje. The article was written on channels.cc, but was originally a STEEMit article. CRYPTO MOONING equals BROKE – EXPLAINED BY SCIENCE Being that Einsteinium, a foundation named after one of the most brilliant minds of mankind, Albert Einstein, is always on the look out for brilliant articles, I decided to give it a read. Since, Einsteinium uses their coin to fun research, there must be Continue reading Scientific Proof that To The Moon Caused BitCoin Crash!
What would be the price for something to go To The Moon Inspired by @dragosroua article: How Long It Will Take To STEEM To Go To The Moon? Looks like the distance to the Moon is exactly 384,400 km. A lot, right? So, what if 1 km would be equal 1 cent? Just so, you know, to have something to compare with. In this case, I think we can acknowledge STEEM as being on the Moon if the total value of STEEM is 1 cent x 384,400 km, right. 384,400 x 0.01 = 3,844 USD. <- Moon stage At first Continue reading Calculating “To The Moon” 🚀