Downloads

Ubuntu

And Debian-Based Distributions

  • Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
  • Ubuntu 17.10
  • Debian 9
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Fedora

And Red Hat-Based Distributions

  • Fedora 27
  • CentOS 7
  • Red Hat 7
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Windows

  • Windows 10
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Installation

Note: This page describes the installation and usage of the precompiled packages provided above. For better performance, you might also consider to compile the miner from source on the machine where it is intended to be used.

Debian dpkg -i nimiq_1.2.0-1_amd64.deb
Fedora yum install nimiq-1.2.0-1.x86_64.rpm
Windows
Double click nimiq-v1.2.0-1.x64.msi and follow through the installation process.

Configuration

Note: To run a Nimiq Full Node and receive connections from other peers you need a valid domain name and SSL certificate.

The configuration file for Linux is located in /etc/nimiq/nimiq.conf
On Windows systems, to access the configuration go to the Windows Start Menu and in the Nimiq folder select Edit Config.

Example Configuration File

{

host: "example.yourdomain.com",

tls: {

cert: "PATH-TO-YOUR-CERTIFICATE",

key: "PATH-TO-YOUR-KEY",

},

network: "main",

miner: {

enabled: "yes",

},

}

Usage

Linux
systemctl start|stop|restart nimiq
Windows
Start the Nimiq Application from the Windows Start Menu. If the miner is enabled in the configuration file, mining will start automatically.

Team

The Nimiq Creators are driven by the ultimate life goal to contribute something to society that is meaningful, large scale and cutting edge. Building the Nimiq Network and Ecosystem lives up to those ambitions while the teams combined talents and skillsets secure the capacity to implement them.

Have a look behind the scenes

Robin Linus

Nimiq Creator, Blockchain & Ecosystem Architect

White Hat, native speaker of Javascript. Designed, developed and open-sourced Snapdrop with more than 500’000 unique visitors since launch. Published privacy tools like Webkay to uncover personal data exposure with over 1.5 million visitors since launch. Revealed security issues through penetration testing (including Twitter and Google). Cofounded Edutech Startup collaborating with ETH Zurich and Humboldt University Berlin. Implemented the world's first prototype of a browser-based Blockchain. Unwavering passion for the full spectrum of the web platform, ranging from UI design to Progressive Web Apps, scalability, performance and security.

Philipp von Styp-Rekowsky

Nimiq Creator, Blockchain Tech Lead

BA at the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence. MA at Max Planck Institute for Computer Science. PhD student to Professor Michael Backes at the Information Security and Cryptography Group at CISPA (Center for Cybersecurity, Privacy and Accountability). Built award-winning software AppGuard (over 2 million downloads, German IT Security Award) and Boxify (CeBIT Innovation Award). Published in several journals and technical reports. Personal passion for Blockchain technology and making security usable without compromising.

Elion Chin

Nimiq Creator, Operations

Cofounder, Investor and CFO of Silicon Valley based MoodLogic Inc. sold 2006 to AMG (now publicly listed ROVI). PhD (s.c.l) in Economics at Swiss University of St. Gallen and visiting PhD at Stern School of Business, NYU. Built the Silicon Paradise Tech movement in Costa Rica and SkyLoft as secluded incubation base for ideas and early stage startups. Collaboration with Carao Ventures on vetting and supporting startups and professional efforts with high social or ecological impact.

Pascal Berrang

Blockchain Core Developer

PhD student at the Information Security & Cryptography Group SU with over a dozen publications and several scholarships. Member of saarsec CTF team scoring 3rd at RuCTFE 2015, 2nd at iCTF 2015 and 2nd at RuCTF 2016. Organizing Committee Member for the 1st IEEE European Symposium on Security & Privacy. Hiring committee member for professorships at SU. Former TA for Cyber Security & Mathematics for Computer Science. Loves challenges that seem impossible and has a personal passion for distributed systems.

Marvin Wissfeld

Blockchain Core Developer

Presenter at 2017 IEEE Symposium on Security & Privacy in Silicon Valley. At age 14 earned first pocket money through his webpage. One of the youngest mentors at Google Summer of Code, Expert on Malware Analysis, Mobile and Web Security. Personal passion for Privacy Engineering, all matters Android and Cryptography.

Jeffrey Esquivel

Blockchain Core Developer

Likes to talk binary to chips. The asynchronous nature of JavaScript reminds him of hardware interrupts. Expert on automatic testing frameworks, continuous delivery servers and supporting infrastructure for software projects. At his day job he codes low level software abstraction layers (SDKs) to configure the behavior of custom made Application Specific Integrated Circuits contained in enterprise class networking equipment. Deployed several BIND DNS Servers (with custom-compiled multi­threading support) at a national scale for a major ISP.

Arthur Gervais

Blockchain Security Scientist

Arthur is a Lecturer (equivalent Assistant Professor) at Imperial College London and at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts (HSLU). He earned his PhD thesis on Blockchain Security and Privacy at ETH Zurich. He has authored several influential peer-reviewed scientific articles published at top-tier security conferences. Arthur is co-founder of the ChainSecurity AG, the first company to provide an automated formal verification tool for Ethereum smart contracts (www.securify.ch). The Team is honored to have him look over their shoulders, provide hands-on help and share valuable scientific insights as well as trigger continuous research on topics relevant for the longevity of Nimiq.

Daniel Mohr

Ecosystem & UI/UX Developer

Research assistant at German research center for AI working on intelligent User Interfaces. Computer Science Tutor and TA at SU. Passion for implementing progressive App responsive UIs and front-ends.

Sören Schwert

Ecosystem & UI/UX Developer

Studied Aerospace Engineering in the UK. Worked as requirements engineer and developed a keen eye for detail and perfectionism. As passionate Javascript coder, Nimiq's first Hacker News post was his perfect excuse to dive head-first into blockchains and cryptocurrencies. Sören is an avid follower and active community member and created the first Nimiq blockchain explorer nimiq.watch. He now applies his problem-solving skills to user-interfaces and helps new developers get started in the Nimiq ecosystem.

Maximilian Harz

Ecosystem & UI/UX Developer

As curious and explorative child learned what it meant to 'format' a disk the hard way by formatting the only available disk with games on it. When Internet arrived at his home, young Max started to create websites and soon had his own browser games running. Thought it would be fun to study Computer Science. Did several tutor jobs at SU including on topics cryptography and concurrent programming. Worked as full stack web developer on intranet projects for global enterprises. Max worked with and against some of the ugliest business APIs and always succeeded.

Curd Becker

System Virtuoso

Curd is a hardware and network systems security expert at heart. He studied computer science at Saarland University, specializing early on in system administration and moving up to Head of Information Technology at CISPA (Center for Cybersecurity, Privacy and Accountability). At CISPA he managed heterogeneous hardware and software platforms across a mix of 70+ physical and virtual servers. Curd volunteered as "Programming for Engineers" tutor for refugees during the immigration wave that particularly challenged Germany. He has a personal passion for operating systems with a focus on security testing and reverse engineering. Several hardware security projects he worked on are strictly confidential.

Sven Buschbeck

Technical Documentation

Started hacking web apps at the age of twelve on a dial-up modem. Enjoyed studying computer science and media design, specializing on human-computer interaction. Appreciates diversity, building stuff, sustainabilty, learning and writing. Worked as web technology consultant and in scientific research at the German Institute for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI). Has lived and worked in five countries around the globe.

Tammo Mamedi

UI/UX Design

Co-owner ‘overnice’ branding and digital communication agency. Built experience and portfolio at Jung von Matt. Consulted the German Foreign Ministry on digital matters. Food entrepreneur. Personal passion for communication strategies and helping early stage ventures get it right.

Julian Bauer

UI/UX Designer & Developer

Co-owner ‘overnice’ branding and digital communication agency. Consulted the German Foreign Ministry on digital matters. Established a delivery platform for Subway Germany. Frontend developed the Skype Bot Developers Platform. Strong passion for both the big picture as well as attention to detail in UI and UX implementation.

Ricardo Barquero

Community Manager

Telecom Engineer by profession. Cryptocurrency evangelist by choice. Personal projects from CAD application for submarine fiber optic cable comm to developing a synthesizable model of an educational CPU. Life mission to digitalize & monitor every entropic variable in today's world led to speaking at Nagios World Conference 2014. Linux and Networking Instructor at Greencore Solutions. Responsible for running entire backbone infrastructure for largest Cable & Internet Provider in Costa Rica. Technical writer at leading WebRTC company TokBox.

Sui-Ju Chuang (穗如)

Communication & Research

Studied Information Management and worked at HTC headquarters in Taiwan. She is fluent in Mandarin Chinese, Taiwanese and English, while determined to become fluent in German as well. During work and travel in the US, Australia, and Europe she discovered her passion for cultures, languages, and communications. She is an optimist with love for simplicity and excited about a better future with blockchain technologies and cryptocurrencies.

Amy Zhang

Communication & Research

(on sabbatical for graduate studies)

BA in Economics from UC Berkeley. Masters candidate in Data Science. Chinese market analyst. Simplicity Evangelist.

Mauricio Lara

Counsel & Representation

Mauricio is a Costa Rican attorney and member of both the Costa Rican and American Bar Association. He is also a member of the Association of Certified Financial Crime Specialists (www.acfcs.org), a leading authority in compliance and financial regulation. He is a partner of InterTax, a legal and accounting services firm with offices in Weston, Brickell and Orlando, FL and San José, Costa Rica and has been advising crypto businesses since early 2014. Mauricio has been invited as speaker to multiple conferences regarding banking, digital payments, cryptocurrencies and regulation for crypto related businesses and compliance. His paper “The Last Decade of Cash” was presented at the Costa Rican International Information Technology Forum 2014. Mauricio is an avid surfer, a long-distance triathlete and cross country mountain biker. He is passionate about evangelizing governmental authorities on distributed ledger technology and applications for law and government and foresees public service in his future.

Philipp Tschabold

Nutrition Magician

After years of working as passionate chef and restaurateur in and around Switzerland, Philipp decided to change things up and follow a free-spirited version of his passion. He set out to create and deliver culinary experiences as a service on sail boats touching some of the most beautiful places around the globe. One of his stops introduced him to a very special part of Costa Rica where he found his love, tranquility and a new home. Philipp met one of the Nimiq team members a few years ago and upon reconnecting joined the effort allowing everybody to enjoy his balanced & healthy delights on location, supporting the Nimiq project as fundamental part of the teams productivity.

Atua Mo’e

Video Documentation & Social Media

115K Youtube subscribers. Professional Vlogger, Blockchain & Cryptocurrency apprentice.

Chris Mo’e

Video Documentation & Social Media

85K Youtube subscribers. Professional Vlogger, Hobby Blockchain & Cryptocurrency investor.

FAQ

Top Questions

  • NIM is the token of the Nimiq Mainnet Blockchain. A total of 2.52 billion NIM were created in the Genesis Block during the Launch of the Mainnet. The minimum unit of NIM is called a satoshi and 100,000 satoshis equal 1 NIM. After the Launch of the Mainnet, NIM are rewarded to miners as described below in the technical section of this FAQ.

  • The Testnet is where new features get released and tested first before they hit the Mainnet. The NIM you mine or transact in the Testnet are Testnet NIM. Testnet NIM are not compatible with the Mainnet and are for testing only.

  • NET is an ERC-20 (Ethereum-based) token distributed during the contribution period. NET will be replaced with Nimiq (NIM) until up to 6 months after the launch of the Nimiq Mainnet. A total of 10'500'000 NET were distributed.

  • NET are available at Liqui and EtherDelta.

  • NIM is the token of the Nimiq Blockchain. You can activate NIM using the Activation Tool for NET Holders on https://nimiq.com. The Activation process will be open for up to 6 months after the launch of the Nimiq Mainnet.

  • Yes, there is an official app for the Ledger Nano S. Usage instructions can be found here.

About Nimiq

  • Nimiq is a browser-based Blockchain designed for simplicity. Nimiq’s reason for existence is to bring the benefits of blockchain technology to the mainstream. To achieve that purpose Nimiq has been built from the ground up to address and break the barriers to entry that inhibit the mainstream adoption of blockchain technologies. Nimiq is encompassed by a strong philanthropic mindset, it will always remain open-source and community-driven.

  • Main differentiators:

    • Nimiq's single purpose is to solve the payment protocol problem. Simple, fast and secure payments from User A to User B.
    • Browser-based and installation-free since it is written in Javascript ES6 and communicates via WebSockets + WebRTC for connecting to the network without a trusted third party.
    • Light clients allow you to establish quick Blockchain consensus in seconds.
    • Goal of near instant transactions via off-chain transactions.
    • Long-term commitment and good cause contribution embedded into the Genesis-Block.
  • Official information is published on our Blog and Twitter account. Additionally, we have a YouTube Channel. You can also join our Discord and Telegram groups to be a part of our fast growing community. If you still want more, you can also find us on Reddit and Steemit.

Nimiq Ecosystem Apps

    • NIM: Abbreviation for Nimiq blockchain token/coin.
    • Nimiq Account: IBAN style 36 character Account address/number for one particular Account on the Nimiq blockchain.
    • Nimiq Safe: Digital vault containing one or more Nimiq Accounts for storing larger amounts of NIM, „desktop first“ design with high security features and lower transaction frequency in mind.
    • Nimiq Wallet: Digital wallet containing one or more Nimiq Accounts for day-to-day NIM transactions, „mobile first“ design for ease-of-use and more frequent payment routines.
    • Account Access File: PNG format file that contains the encrypted private key for its corresponding Nimiq Account.
    • Account Recovery Words: 24 word list from which the private key and its corresponding Nimiq Account can be recovered. Not to be confused with the 24 Ledger Nano S Recovery Words.
    • Passphrase: Minimum 10 character user-defined sentence/phrase used to encrypt and decrypt the Account Access File and private key for the corresponding Nimiq Account. This allows Account import/export from its Access File and authorizing/signing transactions involving the corresponding Nimiq Account.
    • Nimiq Identicon: Visual representation of your Nimiq Account number. The Identicon is close to unique for each Account and is meant to help with more easily identifying your own different Accounts as well as destination Accounts relevant to your transactions. For security reasons always reconfirm the actual Account numbers before authorizing a transaction.
  • Yes, each time you open Nimiq Applications with a new browser, created wallets (Private/Public keys) will be stored locally in that browser. In the Nimiq Safe, wallets can be imported and exported, thus, can be exported from one into another browser. If using a Ledger Nano S, the keys are stored on the Ledger and the device can directly be used on multiple computers/browsers without the need to export the keys.

  • The Nimiq Safe is a free and open-source, client-side user interface. It allows you to interact directly with the Nimiq blockchain while remaining in full control of your keys and your funds. You and only you are responsible for your security.

    • The most secure way to access your funds is via the official Nimiq app for the Ledger Nano S hardware wallet. Although the use of a hardware wallet is not a necessity, it is highly recommended as it helps prevent typical phishing attacks and theft by infected computers.
    • Phishers might send you a message with a link to a website that looks just like the Nimiq Safe, PayPal, or your online banking, but it is not the real website. They steal your information and then steal your money.
    • We cannot recover your funds or freeze your account if you visit a phishing site or lose your private key.
    • Always validate the URL: https://safe.nimiq.com
    • Manually type this in the URL address bar of your browser, check spelling and bookmark the URL. Do not trust links sent to you via email, Slack, Reddit, Twitter, etc. Always navigate directly to https://nimiq.com before you enter any security relevant information.
    • The only authorized view that will ever ask you for your Pass Phrase, PIN or 24 Recovery Words is triggered by your security relevant account actions in the Nimiq Safe that prompt the: “Nimiq Keyguard” at https://keyguard.nimiq.com/...
    • Install an AdBlocker and do not click on ads in your search engine (e.g. Google).
  • Make a backup of your 24 Recovery Words and Pass Phrase. Do NOT just store them on your computer. Print or write them down on a piece of paper. Store one ore more copies of this paper in one or more secure and private physical locations. A backup is not useful if it is destroyed by a fire or flood along with your laptop. Do not store your recovery words in Dropbox, Google Drive, or other cloud storage. If such account were to be compromised, your funds will be stolen.

  • If you lose your Recovery Words, Pass Phrase or PIN, they are gone forever. Don’t lose them. Make sure you have a backup.

  • No, the balance of your account is not stored in your browser but in the Nimiq blockchain. The browser only stores the access to the funds for you. This access is stored in the browser offline data. Thus, the access gets only lost when the browser deletes the offline data, not by deleting the cookies. Nonetheless, it's important that your always backup your account access via Account Access File or 24 Recovery Words.

  • No, they are not compatible by design. The idea of a hardware wallet is that it prevents access to the private key from the computer, especially from infected computers. Thus, neither the Ledger Nano S Recovery Words should be imported to your computer, nor should the the Recovery Words generated on your computer be imported into the Ledger. If you loose your Ledger Nano S, the recommended way to recover your funds from your Ledger Recovery Words is to import the Ledger Recovery Words into another Ledger Nano S device.

Technical

  • Not at all, we designed Nimiq to be able to run in your browser without extra software. That doesn’t mean it works only in your browser. You can use any device that supports NodeJS to run a Backbone Client.

  • We are very excited about the technology but we feel it still needs more research and testing before being introduced into the worldwide environment. We are considering its use in a later stage of the Nimiq Blockchain but this is yet to be decided.

    • Block time: 1 minute (inspired by the results of "On the Security and Performance of Proof of Work Blockchains").
    • Total supply: 21 billion tokens divisible by 10⁵ which accounts for a total suply in smallest units, called satoshi, of 21e14, identical to Bitcoin.
    • Block reward: starts with 4965 NIM and is reduced in a curved fashion (inspired in Monero and Cryptonote) proportional to the block height and remaining Nimiq supply. The reward remains constant once a certain block height is reached.
    • Max Block size: 140 kB
    • Difficulty adjustment: Every 120 blocks.

    You can learn more about our technical parameters in our Developer Reference.

Mining

  • Yes, any server or device that runs NodeJS can mine Nimiq.

  • Nimiq Blockchain uses Argon2 as PoW algorithm. Argon2 was designed and optimized to ensure that GPUs or similar processors won't be able to hash a lot faster than regular CPUs. This is achieved by binding mining speed to memory and cache latency instead of processing power, resulting in reduced power consumption on modern CPUs. The best hardware for mining Argon2 is unknown at this point, as optimized miners have not been developed yet.

  • Yes:

    • If the account was created using the Nimiq Safe, Nimiq Web Miner or Nimiq Keyguard, you just need to export your account access using the Nimiq Safe and import it into the Nimiq Safe on any other Browser.
    • If using a Ledger Nano S hardware wallet, the account is stored on the hardware wallet and can be used on multiple computers without the need to export it first.
    • To mine to the same account using the node miner, it is sufficient to specify the account address in the miner configuration and thus, you don't necessarily have to import the account access.
Protecting Yourself and Your Funds

1. Nimiq Wallet/Safe is NOT a bank

Nimiq Wallet/Safe is an Interface

  • When you create an account on Nimiq Wallet/Safe you are generating a cryptographic set of numbers: your private key (represented by 24 Account Recovery Words) and your public key (represented by the Account Number).
  • The handling of your keys happens entirely on your computer, inside your browser.
  • You can generate an account access file that contains your private key encrypted with your pass phrase and save it on your computer.
  • We never transmit, receive or store your private key, recovery words, pass phrase, account access file or other account information.
  • We do not charge a transaction fee.
  • You are simply using our interface to interact directly with the blockchain.
  • If you send your account number (public key) to someone, they can send you NIM.
  • If you send your private key, 24 recovery words or account access file with pass phrase to someone, they now have full control of your account (!)

2. This means that we cannot...

  • Access your account or send your funds for you.
  • Recover or change your private key.
  • Recover or reset your pass phrase.
  • Reverse, cancel, or refund transactions.
  • Freeze accounts.

3. You and only you are responsible for your security

  • Be diligent to keep your private key and associated 24 recovery words, account access file and pass phrase safe. Your private key is sometimes called your mnemonic phrase, keystore file, UTC file, JSON file, wallet file.
  • If you lose your private key or pass phrase, no one can recover it.
  • If you enter your private key on a phishing website, you will have all your funds taken.

4. Use a hardware wallet or cold storage. Please. Pretty please.

  • A hardware wallet is a very secure and at the same time user friendly way to access your funds.
  • The private key to your funds is stored on the hardware wallet device itself and doesn't get leaked.
  • With a hardware wallet your funds are safe, even when connected to an infected or malicious computer.
  • If you're holding cryptocurrency worth more than a weeks salary we highly recommend to get a hardware wallet. It's worth it.
  • We recommend the Ledger Nano S which offers an official Nimiq App. Usage instructions can be found here.

5. ALWAYS validate and start at: https://nimiq.com

  • Manually type this in the URL address bar of your browser, check spelling and bookmark the URL.
  • The only authorized view that will ever ask you for your Pass Phrase, PIN or 24 Recovery Words is triggered by your security relevant account actions in the Nimiq Safe that prompt the "Nimiq Keyguard" at https://keyguard.nimiq.com/...

6. Install Cryptonite by Metacert to warn you if you go to a malicious website.

7. Run Nimiq Safe Locally / Offline.

8. Do not trust messages or addresses or URLs sent via private message. Always verify information with a secondary source.

  • Don’t click any link regarding anything crypto, money, banking, or a service like Dropbox / Google Drive / Gmail in any email ever.
  • And if the scammy clickbait was simply too irresistible for you, don’t enter any information on the page.
  • Never enter your private keys, passwords, PINs, pass phrases or other sensitive data on a website that you were sent via message.

9. Turn on 2FA (Two-Factor-Authentication) for everything

  • Go do it. Right now. Quit your excuses. Choose Google Authenticator over Authy. Don't use your phone number. Then, make sure your phone number is NOT tied to your Google account (look in privacy settings). Turns out, you and your BFF Mr. Hacker can "recover" access to your account via that number, completely destroying the point of 2FA.
  • PS: The Nimiq Safe is client-side, meaning 2FA won't do anything in our case. 2FA is for ensuring the security of your password on a server.
  • PSS: Don't forget to cold-storage your backup words for these 2FA things. It's a huge pain when your phone goes for a swim and your entire life is 2FA'd.

10. Double check the URL & Triple check Github URLs

  • Check it. Then, check it again right before entering any information. This is especially important for any sites that require usernames, passwords, email addresses, private keys, and any other personal information. SSL certs do not mean a site is trustworthy, just that they bought an SSL cert. Not sure about the correct URL? Cross reference Reddit, Twitter, Github, Discord and wherever else the project hangs out.
  • Github URLs are much easier to fake and much easier to miss. Instead of downloading from that random URL on reddit, seek out the URL on your own. Following the developers of these repos on Twitter, friending them on reddit (lol...but seriously it's nice because their name will be orange), or starring said repos on Github helps.

11. Always verify that the site you landed on is legit.

Especially if you are about to entire your private key or download an application. What is legit? A service that people have used for a decent period of time with good results. If the URL has been registered in the last week or the site "just launched", err on the side of caution and avoid it for a while.

12. Always verify that the Twitter account is legit!

13. Google the service name + "scam" or "reviews"

Scam sites rarely last long. Value real comments by real people over a random blog. Value a collection of information over a single source. Understand that legit services will likely have a mix of positive and negative reviews over a long period of time. Scam sites typically have no one talking about them, everyone yelling about how they got robbed, or the most perfect reviews ever. The latter one is just as red of a flag as the first one.

14. Don't ever run remote-access software (e.g. TeamViewer)

Don't ever… but especially not on a computer with keys on them. The number of security holes in these programs is atrocious. You 2FA your entire life, but then let a single string of characters give someone access to your entire computer & every account?

15. Install an adblocker that actually turns off Google/Bing Ads

We recommend going with uBlock Orgin. If you are already using Adblock Plus, it does not hide Google Ads from you. Go into your Adblock Plus settings and uncheck the box that says "Allow some non-intrusive advertising".

16. Don’t click on advertisements

With or without an adblocker, you should never, ever click on advertisements.

17. If you have accidentally visited or typed a malicious site, clean out your recent history and autocomplete.

This will prevent you from typing kra… and having it autocomplete to the malicious krakken.com.

18. No one is giving you free or discounted NIM, NET, ETH, BTC or other!

...Even for completing a survey. ;)

19. The guys who just finish their token sale don't want to sell you tokens via Slack Direct Message.

Neither does that smokin' hot 125px x 125px avatar.

20. Use Strong Passwords and Pass Phrases

21. ONLY unlock your wallet when you want to send a transaction. Check your balance via https://nimiq.watch/

22. Lastly: use your brain

Think for a moment. Don't assume, ask. Don't blindly follow, question. If something doesn't seem right...if you feel like the luckiest guy/girl on Earth...or if you find yourself asking, "I wonder why I haven't seen this on reddit yet", there is likely a reason.

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