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  1. Staking rewards are income at the time of receiving them you’ll have capital gain/loss when you sell them later

  2. So...you if they are income..which I don't dispute..what is the reference price..the price of the coin when you restaked?

  3. Price reference for staked rewards will be determined at the time of receiving. Then from there your capital gains on selling will be determined by cost basis method you chose for all of your digital assets (FIFO, LIFO, AVG, etc ).

  4. Ok I like your example...however I'm not getting technical here..but repeat your restake example 10 times and let's say when you receive your rewards the reference price is different. Conceptually if I restaked everyday I'd have 365 different reference prices. I've got one lump sum and sell it all in day 365. Based on your example I'd have 365 different transactions to determine a cost basis. This could quickly turn into a nightmare accounting wise..particularly with defi since programs like koinly don't work a lot with defi protocols. Other question...say I sell half the amount at day 365. Theoretically I have the original amount and the 365 days of rewards claimed from staking. What pool does half the amount come from?

  5. Ok so I'm a little bit lost on exact details but from what I gather you have one machine or vm running traefik docker instance..and you want to proxy you a different vm or machine running other docker instances...ok so doesn't sound like much of a problem...assuming you want to terminate the SSL at the reverse proxy..and then reverse proxy to the backend...nginx would refer to the backend as upstream...using simple http.....so all the named services you want to proxy for need to resolve to your machine running the reverse proxy. So I assume you're running a split dns..meaning all local machines are going to query your local dns server and receive an name resolution as the reverse proxy. At the traefik reverse proxy you will use a dynamic configuration file...known as the file provider...and then forward the connection to either a known ip address and port...or another name which would resolve with your local dns server to the backend machine. Ssl certs are obtained at the reverse proxy and I usually use cloudflare for my external dns provider and obtain ssl certs using a dns challenge method

  6. Ok I'm thinking your got everything I guess. I always name my backend servers and put an entry for those on my split dns server..I'm using pfsense. I don't usually include the exact ip address with traefik config file..rather just reference the name.

  7. So why didn't he just test this feature within the video? Seriously...why make a video about locking chucks and don't show in the video a real world application??

  8. I really like nginx since it's kind of the de facto standard of reverse proxies however when I started using a lot of docker containers I started integrating traefik. Just depends on your use case. I wouldn't downgrade to npm however.

  9. Why’s that, out of curiosity? In my (non-enterprise) usage, Traefik has been so valuable for how easily it integrates with Docker for quick and easy https.

  10. Can you use docker labels with traefik with podman?

  11. That's quartzite slate. I've got a shower like that but just never use it. Careful with dealing with natural softer stone. I see at the bottom you have some efflurescence which unfortunately is common..water gets into the stone and wicks upwards cause a change in the calcium. I'd honestly going to a good tile shop and ask the pros there. You don't want anything to harsh on that stone

  12. Just wanted to say that it is true about their support staff. While maybe somewhat slow for the sake of being thorough - they are very responsive and quick to honor their warranty. I thought about ordering and waiting for the AliExpress version of the protectli but was happy to have customer service help me out when I was running into performance / power issues.

  13. I ordered the knockoff from Ali express. Took 30 days to arrive..this was a few years ago..initially ordered some really bad micron ram from memory America. Went through two rmas..everytime I ran mem32 sticks would fail..You'd think company would do that..anyway swapped to Samsung ram and worked really well

  14. Throw a hypervisor on that baby and have at it! I've got two of these (FW6C's), both running proxmox, and I couldn't be happier.

  15. Hmm I run xcp-ng on mine..32gb ram with 2tb storage..run virtualized pfsense, home assistant, Ubuntu xen orchestra vm, arch vm as secondary time machine backup and a test Ubuntu vm. Works for my needs.

  16. Yeah Portainer is basically a web UI for Docker, Docker Swarm and k8s. In regards to this thread, it offers a solution where you can install Portainer Agent on multiple machines then manage all of them through one UI.

  17. Just wondering..I use portainer agent on some machines however I also on others expose the docker socket directly via tcp protected via self signed client/server SSL certs. Is there an advantage of one versus the other?

  18. Secrets also work on regular docker stack

  19. Traefik is one of the most difficult things I've ever used (see my post history and you'll understand)

  20. Didn't you have that light bulb moment when you finally got it? Yea it's super confusing at first but I think it's great

  21. Seriously I'd take your $100 and buy apple or Microsoft stock. Far better use of time

  22. Kraken perhaps?? I know they offer it. Not sure what fees are. Usually kraken is pretty reasonable

  23. It's been the law for years now (since the Obama administration), but it was expanded under both Trump and Biden administrations

  24. No one is enforcing that law anyway. If justice dept would levy heavy penalty then the law might have some teeth.

  25. I use Arch btw....ok if you don't get the joke don't bother. Hey look into ansible. It's one tool to automatically create vms from scratch..particularly if you destroy a lot of them. Although you're using unraid...sounds like you're ready for truenas.

  26. So if you spend longer on a job are you telling me the work is done better??

  27. The bent part of the fastener is usually connected to screw plate via a screw..unscrew it and pivot the top

  28. Counter or your floor of walls have moved. No real easy fix. I've used silicone in the past however if high moisture maybe caulk.

  29. I want you to click on your own link, and read the starting salary for the best paying school in Chicago for a teacher with a Masters degree. Then come back to this thread and tell me that it's 60k, and that you are sorry for being an insufferable moron while proving me right.

  30. Quit changing the goal post. Now you're arguing starting salary. You're right at one thing..changing the parameters of the discussion topic trying to fit your narrative. And you're such a tough guy calling people morons..total respect for you.

  31. ok check it by 10 year salary you twit. I don't even know why I'm bothering, on the off chance that you do make a point it supports my and other people's argument anyway. Being out of touch with reality and clinging desperately to a point that was too dumb to make in the first place so that you don't have to admit being wrong is really not doing you any favors.

  32. Keep changing the goal post..now it's 10 year salary...and you're such a tuff guy calling people twit...I'm so proud of you..you pretty much represent the level of reddit conversation...make a point..then other person makes counterpoint..then just respond with person insults. The world needs more people like you

  33. You don't stake OUSD. You hold it in a rebase-capable wallet and watch as the interest comes in each day

  34. You are correct. The interest now paying about 2 percent. Much much better returns elsewhere.

  35. Not sure how to answer this question. I virtualize most of my arch installs with host OS using zfs. The arch install is one giant zvol..and I'm using ext4 within the zvol

  36. Whole life in and of itself is not the devil; however, there are many insurance salesman who sell whole life insurance as an investment vehicle. While it’s true that the cash value inside of a whole life policy does grow, the fact of the matter is that your money will grow more efficiently and faster within other vehicles (IRA, 401(k), Roth, 403(b), etc.) These insurance salesmen don’t have the licenses to work with those other options, so they settle selling insurance as an “investment,” in which they make a pretty hefty commission.

  37. Money dispersed is tax free. Other forms of investment may not require taxes. Really need to consider tax structure with investment

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