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Geçici Dövme

Türkiye'nin en kaliteli ve en gerçekçi geçici dövme sitesi olan TatFast bünyesinde bulundugu 12 tasarimcisi ile siz degerli kullanicilarinin dövme ihtiyaçlarini karsilamak için kuruldu.Içerisinde bulunan binlerce farkli geçici dövme modellerinden istediginiz seçebilir bir dakika içerisinde uygulayabilir yada kendi istediginiz özel dövmeyi yaptirabilirsiniz.15 gün boyunca cildinizde kalacak geçici dövmeler ile tüm dikkatleri üzerinize toplayabilirsiniz.

Aslinda geçici dövmeler ile tanisikligimiz çok eski yillara dayaniyor. Çocuklugumuzda cips ve sakiz paketlerinden çikan küçük dövmeleri hepinizin hatirladigini çok iyi biliyoruz. TatFast ayni sekilde uygulanan ancak daha kaliteli profesyonel ve uzun sürekli kullanima sahip geçici dövmeleri ile bizlere nostaljik anlar da yasatiyor.

 

Kalici dövmelerin verdigi aciyi ve istenildiginde kurtulamamanin verdigi sorunlari çözen TatFast yaklasik  1 dakika içerisinde uygulaniyor ve 15 gün boyunca vücudunuzda kalicilik sagliyor. Ayni zamanda sudan etkilenmeyen özel formülü ile dövmenizi havuzda veya denizde de kullanmaniz mümkün.

Atatürk Geçici Dövme Kartal Geçici Dövme Kol Dövme Modelleri Geçici Dövme Modelleri Geçici Dövme Satin Al Yapiskan Dövme Geçici Dövme

Vinophonics?...we will find out!


Here is where we it starts.

WineLab @ FabLab

On Saturday, we got to visit the amazing WineLab program at FabLab in Barcelona. Surely, we will be borrowing and sharing ideas with WineLab in the future.

This is an example of a new post on the new server, after having imported the backup copy of the previous server.

Visit to Valldaura

Today Mike Barrow met with Jonathan Minchin, director of the romi-project.eu.

We look forward to many collaborations with Jonathan and his team to develop help develop vineyard robotics.

Over the weekend, we installed a RasperryWeatherPi and Vinduino at Baussitges. We have some issues pending with the LoRa link between the two stations, but otherwise, all went well. Coincidentally, or maybe accidentally, after installing the weather vanes on the solar panel tower, the solar array stopped working properly and Baussitges is now in the dark. Oops. 

This weekend, we are installing sensors (vinduino and RaspberryWeatherPi) in the Pyrnees at Bausstiges.com. This is 2000Ha forest from which we will be extracting organic cork for future vintages, and where we are evaluating the feasibility of planting an experimental Torrontés vineyard on the hillside of a previous, pre-phylloxera vineyard (Clot de la Vinya).


 

"hotel" - the Baussitges Vinduino LoRa gateway and RasberryWeatherPi.

View from la Llosa

Building the LoRa gateway in the offices in Terrassa.


Joaquín Jiménez building the "Clot de la Vinya" vinduino node.


Currently, data received from vinduinos and sensor stations is being stored in a DB service. Vinduinos and sensor stations send the data collected to Bravo node (10.112.48.22) where the DB is allocated (PostgreSQL 8.3.x server). This database is used by the website (costaflores.com) to display the data for the user to check. A structure similar to the one shown in the following figure:

With this proposal I want to change this strucuture in order to replace the database with a Side Chain (Ethereum private network) solution. This proposal will integrate the database part of the project into the blockchain, and thanks to that, this project is going to based on a full-blockchain backend (not really common). Having a full-blockchain backend contributes highly to transparency and immutability. As OpenVino is an open-vineyard, transparency is crucial. The new structure is going to follow this structure (extended description of internal side chain design in the 'Blockchain storage proposal'):
Apart from that, this migration will also allow the future introduction of the validator figure, explained in the initial 'Blockchain storage proposal'. Adding this figure will increase the value of the project by giving the opportunity to:
  1. Prove that data collected and stored is correct and no negligence is committed during the sensor to bravo communication.
  2. Control that data stored has no outlier and that everything is working correctly during the Growing the grapes process.
  3. Add a new feature to allow users interaction with the vineyard via and App that leads them to improve their wine and blockchain knowledge.
 
This initial proposal will only include the part of storing the data in the blockchain. This decision was made because after making a first approach to the problem with the 'Blockchain storage proposal', I have realised that there might be several problems when it comes to using Blockchain as a Database because it is not as optimized as an SQL DB and this could lead to a slower response time which is undesirable. So in this first step of the Side Chain Development, I'm going to implement the data storage part of the side chain solution and load tests are going to be executed in order to check if the system proposed response time is acceptable or not. In case of not being acceptable a second iteration is going to be done adding a DB to store utility indexes in order to reduce the response time of queries and searches and other optimizations.
 
For this project to be done, a private Ethereum Network and a Database Server (in case of reaching the second iteration) must be given.  The raspberry in charge of inserting data to the blockchain will have to own a pair of private/public keys. I will also need a clear specification of the data extracted with the sensors and its treatment. Communication with the website development team might be necessary in order to make both developments fit.
 
After having finished the first part of the proposal, a blockchain database system will have been deployed and documentation for its integration with the sensors/vinduinos and the website will be given. Once finished and accepted, the validation part of the Side Chain proposal will begin (defined as a new project). This part might alter the first smart contracts given but a full migration will be included and previous functionalities won't be changed.
 
The development of this Side chain data storage feature is being started today and tomorrow it is planned to have already defined the requirements. Communication with team members might be necessary in order to establish quality and performance requirements.

Joaquín JiménezJordi Estapé Canal, and Mike Barrow, were in full representation of Openvino at the Barcelona Blockchain Breakfast, hosted by ctech.

Here is a good intro to the blockchain from the event for Catalan speakers.

Recently, Manuel Ponce Peñalva met with the CNV (Comisión Nacional de Valores) in Argentina to discuss the legality of our ICO. The response was positive, as the CNV does not see the MTB18 as a speculative token. We will continue to work with them as we move towards the "You Drink It, You Own It" security token. 

We have added (again) bitcoin as a payment method on shop.costaflores.com.

In the past we accepted BTC as payment in our shop (since 2015), but we had to change the payment module, because before we were using the bitpay.com module which now has a limitation of $100 USD transactions per day. 

We are still billing in Argentine Pesos (ARS), but can accept bitcoin as payment. This has a 

Crowdsale

Today we successfully finished our first ICO crowdsale. We continue to sell tokens through shop.costaflores.com for those etherless wine buyers, and this week, we plan to add ETH and BTC support to our shopping cart.

Also, we now have the MTB18 token icon registered on etherscan:


Errr Checking

Special thanks to Neil Carlton Moss for joining the Openvino team! Neil is helping us proofread the English contents we publish. We are a multi-lingual team, and we appreciate all the help from Neil's sharp eyes and legal skills.

Final Token Numbers!

Yesterday evening we finished the final press, so we know the total amount of wine for the 2018 harvest. And therefore, we can calculate the number of available tokens.

Here is the breakdown:

The final tally is 12,570 litres of MTB 2018. We co-fermented the Malbec / Petit Verdot / Cabernet Sauvignon, so this is ALL the wine for the year.

12,570 bottles is the equivalent of 16,760 x  750ml bottles.

However, we expect to lose between 2-3% of this volume during bottling, and from breakages, etc.

So, we are going to issue 16348 tokens.

16348 is a nice number, because it is 2 to the 14th power.

...as in: 1024 * 16

a very computable number, and easy to remember.

We will keep approximately 11,000 litres in one stainless steel tanks, with the remaining amount stored in oak barrels.

All the wine will be blended back together before bottling next year.

We are still working on the pricing breakdown, but this will be online at the time of the launch on Sunday.

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We have 6 of our 7 videos online, and our animation, and they are beautiful!

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLC67Nqxq04sy5cMoySL26NB91kH__DT8W