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Price increase drives 98% of Bitcoin holders into a state of profit.

Price increase drives 98% of Bitcoin holders into a state of profit.
by Mickael Mosse
The price of bitcoin jumped significantly on Wednesday after the payment processor Paypal announced cryptocurrency support. The jump in value has pushed a large number of bitcoin holders into a state of profit, according to Glassnode “percent of UTXOs in profit” statistics. Based on the current data, 98% of all bitcoin UTXOs are in a state of profit touching levels previously recorded three years ago in December 2017.
The price of bitcoin (BTC) closed at a high at $13,184 per coin on Wednesday, October 21 following the announcement from Paypal. During the evening trading sessions, the onchain research and analysis firm Glassnode tweeted about the number of bitcoin unspent transaction outputs (UTXOs) in profit. A UTXO refers to the amount of bitcoin someone holds that has not been spent and is simply stored in a bitcoin wallet.
“98% of all bitcoin UTXOs are currently in a state of profit,” Glassnode tweeted. “A level not seen since Dec 2017, and typical in previous BTC bull markets.”

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Since then the price has dropped a hair but the price of bitcoin (BTC) is still up 4.3% over the last seven days. Long term holders have seen a 72.4% increase during the last 12 months, 34.9% during the last 90-days and 22% against the 30-day span. Glassnode’s onchain stats report, details that the subindex measuring investor “sentiment” increased ending the week “at 70 points.”
A number of crypto analysts and traders believe that bitcoin’s current price range is a key indicator for moving forward. Moreover, BTC’s dominance level, it’s market cap measured against all 7,000+ crypto assets, has risen to 63.2%. The senior financial analyst at Fxpro, Alex Kuptsikevich, believes bitcoin is testing crucial macro levels.
“At current levels, Bitcoin is testing cyclical highs,” Kuptsikevich wrote in a note to investors. “Since the beginning of 2018, it has not been able to gain a foothold at levels above $12,000. It is equally important that at new highs, indicators like the RSI are far from the overbought condition, indicating significant potential for further growth. Closing the week above $12,800 would be the highest level in two and a half years, opening a direct path of growth to the historic highs of $20,000 that we saw three years ago.”
Kuptsikevich added:
Bitcoin breaking through two round levels of $12k and $13k opens doors for further growth. The current price dynamics led the coin to re-test the peak of july 2019, which at that time was the highest point of the rally. Nowadays, purchases take place against the background of confidence that bitcoin has more and more supporters in the traditional financial world.
Eric Demuth, cofounder and CEO of Bitpanda believes that cryptocurrencies, in general, started to “establish themselves as a trusted asset class of the worldwide financial market such as gold and stocks.” Demuth thinks that the Paypal support announced on Wednesday is just the start, as he believes more large players will be joining the crypto party.
“2020 has shown that crypto is here to stay,” Demuth explained. “There has been a huge inflow of institutional capital as well as record numbers of new retail customers adopting cryptocurrencies. I am certain we will see more big players like Paypal joining the party in 2021.”
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I started my career in November and investing February 5th, 2020 - my strategy as a once peasant Mexican

My history investing in college and my first month investing in February:

Learned about miners and blockchain validation with a chemical engineering friend before the rally.

My Strategy now that I have income



My current market sentiment







CURRENT HOLDINGS (ordered by priority & checkup time):


GOOG & AMZN exposure through tech ETFs ::: priority FB
NVIDIA, AMD, Intel EXPOSURE through semiconductor ETFS ::: priority Texas Instruments
PAYPAL, MERCADO LIBRE, SQUARE exposure through fintech ETF ::: priority PayPal
Environmental Services exposure through Sanitation ETFS ::: priority Waste Management
Adobe and AutoDesk exposure through cloud software ETFs :: priority Adobe
Nintendo exposure through gaming ETFS :: priority Nintendo
Cisco exposure through cloud networking and edge computing ETFS Cicsco, Fastly, Cloudflare, etc
TELECOM networking ETFS :: priority TMobile
Manufacturing technology, industrial sectors, and robotics exposure to Fanuc, ABB, Siemens, Sherwin-Williams, VW, GM, Nissan, Toyota, Panasonic,
Healthcare services ETF :: priority Cigna
FB -- LONG
PAYPAL -- LONG
TEXAS INSTRUMENTS - LONG
MSFT -- LONG
APPLE -- LONG
ADOBE -- LONG
DISNEY - LONG
BITCOIN - LONG
TMOBILE - 2 YEARS
VISA -- 2 YEARS
JPM -- 2 YEARS
TWITTER -- 2 YEARS
SQUARE -- 1 YEAR
LYFT -- 1 YEAR
FASTLY -- QUARTERLY
CLOUDFLARE -- QUARTERLY
1LIFE MEDICAL -- QUARTERLY
FIVERR -- QUARTERLY
DRAFT KING -- QUARTERLY YEAR + CHICAGO POLITICS
GROUPON -- SPARE CHANGE JAR



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Quelle est la valeur intrinsèque de Bitcoin ? que veut dire "posséder ses données" ?

La valeur intrinsèque de Bitcoin est la valeur que vous accorderiez à la liberté de posséder vos propres données numériques. Nous sommes nombreux à ne pas encore être habitués à cette liberté, tout comme nous n'étions pas habitués aux téléphones portables ou à Internet, mais une fois que nous en aurons fait l'expérience, nous nous demanderons comment nous avons pu vivre sans elle!
Mais que veut vraiment dire "posséder ses données" ?

Posséder vos données, c'est posséder votre avenir

L'informaticien britannique Tim Berners-Lee est crédité pour avoir inventé le Web en 1989 lorsqu'il a mis en œuvre la première communication réussie entre un client Hypertext et un serveur via Internet.
Et oui car il y a bien une différence entre le Web et Internet. Le Web est le système qui permet de naviguer de pages en pages en cliquant sur des liens dans un navigateur. Internet est le réseau ou l'infrastructure et le Web est un service sur ce réseau. Aujourd'hui le terme Internet est souvent utilisé comme englobant les deux.
Tim Berners-Lee avait ceci à dire à propos de la propriété des données: «Les clients doivent avoir le contrôle de leurs propres données - ne pas être liés à un certain fabricant, de sorte qu'en cas de problème, ils sont toujours obligés de revenir vers eux.»
Il décrit là des sites comme Facebook ou Twitter, mais si même le créateur du web nous explique que les sites les plus utilisés aujourd'hui ne respectent pas la propriété des données, que pouvons nous y faire ?

Posséder vos données, c'est aussi éviter de vous faire manipuler

"Posséder vos données, c'est posséder votre avenir." Cela semble assez simple. Mais pensez à la signification réciproque de cette déclaration. Si quelqu'un d'autre possède vos données, quelqu'un d'autre est propriétaire de votre avenir. Oui, c'est une pensée effrayante.
On peut penser que posséder ses données se limite au contenu que vous créez, mais ce n'est pas vrai. Des sites comme Facebook, Google ou Twitter sont désormais bien connus pour avoir un pris un rôle de contrôleurs et manipulateurs de l'information. Pour donner un exemple il a été prouvé que Google manipule les résultats de recherches, un employé qui à travaillé chez google pendant 8 ans avoue:
"J'ai vu quelque chose de sombre et de néfaste se passer dans l'entreprise et j'ai réalisé qu'ils allaient non seulement fausser les élections mais aussi utiliser cette falsification pour essentiellement tenter de renverser le pays." interview complète ici (en anglais)
Posséder ses données, c'est donc tout autant posséder le contrôle sur les algorithmes que vous utilisez pour vous informer.
Maintenant, je veux parler du contrôle que la propriété de vos données vous donne et comment commencer à récupérer ce pouvoir dès maintenant.

Comment Bitcoin peut vous redonner le pouvoir sur vos données

Vos données personnelles et financières sont empruntées, utilisées, volées et vendues à un rythme alarmant. Les pirates informatiques ont accédé à des données sensibles de clients de Yahoo (1 milliard), eBay (145 millions) ou encore Uber (57 millions). Equifax, la société que nous payons pour assurer la sécurité de nos données financières, a commis une faille où 143 millions de personnes se sont fait voler leur numéro de sécurité sociale, leur adresse et leur numéro de permis de conduire. Facebook possède des données personnelles sur 32% de la population mondiale.
Alors que la plupart des données sont transmises volontairement en échange d'une utilisation gratuite ou à prix réduit des services en ligne, le sentiment du marché semble évoluer en faveur de solutions plus privées où les utilisateurs conservent un plus grand contrôle sur leurs données.
Même si la demande de propriété des données semble crédible, aucune alternative n'est apparue ou n'a gagné du terrain pour le moment. Le manque de concurrence envers les géants de la monétisation des données comme Facebook et Google peut indiquer des problèmes plus fondamentaux avec nos vies en ligne.
Le rôle de la blockchain dans la propriété des données n'est pas une idée nouvelle. De nombreuses cryptomonnaies ont inclus la propriété ou la monétisation des données dans leur raison d'être. Cette vision a largement échoué à se concrétiser. Le principal problème lié à ces solutions est leur incapacité à passer à l'échelle. Mais cela est en train de changer.
De toutes les principales versions de Bitcoin, il y en a une qui accorde la plus grande importance au passage à l'échelle. Le principal moyen de grandir a été de supprimer les limitations imposées par d'autres versions de Bitcoin et de revenir le plus fidèlement possible au protocole original. Nous pensons que cette conception originale aligne les incitations économiques pour permettre à la blockchain de s'adapter à la demande actuelle ou anticipée. Ce point de vue a été largement confirmé. Après avoir fonctionné de manière indépendante depuis 2018, le débit maximal est déjà 2000 fois supérieur à celui du leader du marché. À grande échelle, Bitcoin peut être utilisé comme plus qu'un registre de transactions financières. Les transactions Bitcoin peuvent inclure tout type de données. Maintenant, cette version est la seule incluant activement des données non financières sur la blockchain comme cas d'utilisation majeur. En fait, beaucoup de participants de cet écosystème considèrent le stockage de données non financières comme le principal cas d'utilisation de Bitcoin.
Découvrez toutes les applications Bitcoin sur le MetaStore.
En raison de cette échelle supérieure et croissante, les entrepreneurs affluent. Parmi les problèmes rencontrés par cette nouvelle génération de penseurs de Bitcoin, il y a le manque de contrôle des utilisateurs sur leurs données personnelles. Alors que la capacité de Bitcoin continue d'augmenter, son rôle dans un futur où la souveraineté des données est largement disponible devient de plus en plus important. Avec Bitcoin en tant que système de paiement mondial, de backend d'applications, de base de données et d'enregistrement horodaté immutable, l'avenir de l'économie des données est l'une des nombreuses autres options pour les particuliers et les entreprises - un avenir d'opportunités économiques accrues.
Qu'est-ce que la propriété des données sur Bitcoin?
La beauté de l'information est que vous pouvez la donner à quelqu'un d'autre sans la perdre vous-même. Les avantages en sont évidents, mais cela pose des problèmes de sécurité difficiles. Chaque fois que vous partagez des informations avec quelqu'un, il y a un risque qu'il les expose à quelqu'un que vous ne voudriez pas. Bitcoin ne peut pas résoudre ce problème, bien qu'il puisse augmenter l'efficacité des contrats autour de la gestion des données et de l'application de ces contrats. Ce que Bitcoin peut faire, c'est réduire considérablement le besoin de transmettre vos données personnelles en premier lieu. Pour certains, moins il y a d'entreprises qui disposent de leurs données, mieux c'est. Pour tout le monde, moins il y a d'entreprises qui ont leurs données, moins les données sont volées par des pirates. En plus de réduire la nécessité pour les applications de collecter des données, Bitcoin facilite également le dégroupage des applications du stockage de données. Cela donne aux utilisateurs un meilleur contrôle sur leurs données et crée un paysage d'applications plus compétitif. Enfin, Bitcoin offre aux entreprises confrontées à des coûts de gestion des données augmentant rapidement, un moyen simple de maintenir la qualité des produits sans avoir à conserver les données personnelles des utilisateurs.
Les micropaiements pour nous libérer de la publicité
D'un point de vue commercial, le but de la plupart des collectes de données est de vendre des publicités. Les publicités sont omniprésentes dans notre expérience en ligne. En fait, il est difficile d'imaginer la vie sans publicités ciblées sur chaque page. Cependant cela ne signifie pas que la publicité est un modèle naturel ou efficace pour générer des revenus en ligne.
Notre réalité dominée par la publicité découle de nos options de paiement limitées en ligne. Les paiements par carte de crédit sont la norme. Les frais commencent souvent à 0,30€, ce qui rend les petits paiements économiquement irréalisables. Même sur le géant chinois des paiements Alipay, la plus petite taille de paiement possible est de 1 CNY soit environ 0,15€. Parce que les options de paiement sont limitées et coûteuses pour les montants inférieurs à 5€, il est souvent difficile de facturer des informations, qui ont régulièrement une valeur commerciale en centimes ou même en microcentimes.
Considérez cette question. Dans l'économie actuelle, quelle vidéo est la plus intéressante à créer:
- une vidéo où 100 millions de personnes paieraient 0,1 centime pour voir
- une vidéo que 100 personnes paieraient 1 000€ pour voir
- ou une vidéo que 1 million de personnes paieraient 1€ pour voir?
La valeur pour les consommateurs de la vidéo à 1€ est la plus élevée d'un facteur 10, mais c'est la moins précieuse pour le producteur dans l'environnement de paiement actuel. Il est impossible de collecter 1€ auprès d'un million de personnes lorsque 10 millions de vues sur une vidéo YouTube génèrent environ 0,01 centime par clic et que les solutions existantes fonctionnent pour le contenu premium. Du point de vue de l'annonceur, la capacité à générer des clics est bien plus importante que la valeur réelle pour le consommateur.
Combien paieriez-vous pour une recherche Google? Ce n'est probablement pas 1€, mais cela pourrait facilement être 1c (1centime). À 20 recherches par jour, 1c par recherche génère un coût de 73€ par an. Les consommateurs préfèrent-ils ce coût à la remise de l'intégralité de leur historique de recherche à Google? Un meilleur produit de recherche peut-il être proposé si les revenus sont générés par recherche plutôt que par le biais d'un modèle d'annonce? Les réponses à ces questions ne viendront pas tant que de meilleures solutions de paiement ne seront pas largement utilisées. La bonne nouvelle est que la technologie de paiement existe aujourd'hui dans Bitcoin (BSV).
Les frais de transaction Bitcoin (BSV) médians sont actuellement de 0.00035€ et en baisse. Des applications comme Money Button rendent le paiement avec Bitcoin extrêmement facile. La conversion vers et depuis Bitcoin (BSV) entraîne toujours des coûts conséquents, mais comme de plus en plus d'utilisateurs sont disposés à en détenir, l'efficacité des micropaiements en tant que moyen de générer des revenus en ligne augmente. Alternativement, il peut être utilisé comme backend pour les versions tokenisées de monnaies fiduciaires qui peuvent également bénéficier des faibles frais sur le réseau Bitcoin. Alors que le coût d'envoi continue de baisser, le modèle publicitaire sera mis à l'épreuve. Les géants financés par la publicité peuvent-ils concurrencer les entreprises qui facturent des tarifs extrêmement bas pour leurs services? Les produits financés par la publicité peuvent-ils concurrencer l'expérience utilisateur d'une alternative qui tire la majorité de son financement de micropaiements? Pour certains utilisateurs, la réponse est certainement non. Pour ces utilisateurs, le besoin de transmettre leurs données personnelles est considérablement réduit, ce qui signifie une expérience de commerce en ligne beaucoup plus privée et sécurisée.
Dissociation les données des applications, le secret du Metanet
La plupart des applications impliquent aujourd'hui de consommer, générer, partager ou modifier des données. Ces données dynamiques sont de plus en plus stockées sur des serveurs cloud privés plutôt que sur une machine locale. Les serveurs basés sur le cloud offrent beaucoup d'efficacité, mais nous devons transmettre nos données pour profiter de ces gains d'efficacité.
Bitcoin est comme un serveur cloud surpuissant. Il existe de nombreux processeurs de transactions Bitcoin à travers le monde. Chacun est incité à conserver une copie complète de la base de données des transactions. Bitcoin donne à vos données une redondance implicite et une livraison facile puisque le réseau est mondial. De plus, il devient constamment plus efficace et moins coûteux à utiliser. Bitcoin est en passe de devenir le plus grand CDN (réseau de diffusion de contenu) de la planète. De plus, il est immutable. Cela signifie que nous pouvons être sûrs que les données stockées sur la blockchain Bitcoin aujourd'hui seront pour toujours inchangés. Les implications de cela vont de l'avantage apparemment insignifiant de faire des liens morts une chose du passé à l'avantage plus profond d'avoir un enregistrement de la vérité. Cette propriété d'immutabilité n'est pas vraie pour les opérateurs de cloud privé qui peuvent facilement modifier, perdre, supprimer ou supprimer l'accès aux données des utilisateurs. Ajoutez à ça la création de plusieurs honeypot de données, c'est-à-dire une grande concentration de données sur un seul système, pour attirer les hackeurs. Même des géants du web comme Target ont démontré une sécurité des données incroyablement inférieure aux normes avec des pirates informatiques utilisant des données de carte de crédit non cryptées aussi récemment qu'en 2015.
Comment le Metanet peut mieux protéger votre vie privée
À première vue, les données stockées sur une blockchain publique peuvent sembler beaucoup moins privées que les données stockées sur un cloud comme AWS (Amazon Web Services). Cependant, même si les données Bitcoin peuvent être lues par n'importe qui, des techniques simples peuvent être utilisées pour faire de la blockchain un endroit extrêmement privé et sécurisé pour le stockage de données. Les techniques de cryptage standard permettent de stocker les données de manière cryptée et privée. Les utilisateurs de Bitcoin peuvent également générer une nouvelle paire de clés publique et privée pour chaque transaction. Cela signifie que les divers composants de l'ensemble de données d'un individu peuvent être liés à des adresses distinctes qui ne peuvent pas être connectées à moins que cet individu ne fournisse un moyen de le faire. De nouvelles techniques sont constamment développées pour accroître la souveraineté des données. Prenons comme exemple les preuves à connaissance nulle. Initialement appliquées à la blockchain pour prouver des fonds suffisants pour le paiement sans révéler le total des fonds, ces preuves à connaissance nulle peuvent être utilisées pour exécuter des fonctions telles que prouver son âge sans exposer sa date de naissance!
Libérez vos données des réseaux sociaux
Le stockage de données sur la blockchaine peut servir de police d'assurance contre des entreprises puissantes comme Facebook, dont les taux d'approbation ont chuté en dessous de 50% dans un sondage de mars 2018. Même avec un public aigri sur les pratiques commerciales de Facebook, relativement peu de personnes ont quitté leur plate-forme. Pourquoi? Vos données sont retenues en otage: extraire vos amis, vos photos, vos statuts et tout le reste sur une autre plate-forme n'est pas faisable. Si ces données étaient stockées sur la blockchain, elles le seraient.
Twetch , une nouvelle startup similaire à Twitter, est basée sur Bitcoin. L'interface utilisateur est similaire, mais il existe deux différences majeures. La première différence est que toutes les données sont stockées sur la blockchain. Cela signifie qu'un utilisateur insatisfait pourrait conserver ses tweet si un concurrent émergeait. Il est même possible pour plusieurs entreprises de servir le même ensemble de données et de rivaliser sur la conception, les fonctionnalités ou le prix. Les techniques de cryptage pourraient également être utilisées pour autoriser sélectivement différentes plates-formes pour des éléments de contenu spécifiques. Twetch utilise également des micropaiements pour fournir une expérience utilisateur supérieure. En facturant quelques centimes pour les tweet, les suivis, les likes et les commentaires, le coût du spam de Twetch avec des faux comptes et des likes devient prohibitif, ce qui réduit le spam à zéro. De plus, étant donné que la majeure partie de ces paiements va au créateur de contenu, un twetcher populaire peut gagner de l'argent s'il produit du contenu apprécié par ses abonnés.
La plus grande base de données jamais créée
En fin de compte, nous nous attendons à ce que le stockage sur blockchain soit moins cher que l'utilisation de fournisseurs de services cloud comme AWS. Nous pensons que les économies de coûts et la souveraineté accrue des données conduiront à une migration massive vers des applications stockant des données sur la blockchain sur un horizon de 5 à 10 ans. Le stockage des données au même endroit conduit à d'autres gains d'efficacité difficiles à imaginer dans le paradigme actuel.
Nous nous attendons à ce qu'une efficacité similaire émerge parmi les applications. L'interopérabilité des applications devient beaucoup plus facile car les données sont stockées sur Bitcoin, ce qui permet aux innovations d'interfaces utilisateurs de proliférer. Les méthodes innovantes de distribution des données à partir de la plus grande base de données jamais créée proliféreront dans l'économie Bitcoin. Le PDG de Planaria Corp prédit que BitcoinSV sera la solution au problème mondial des données et il construit les outils pour débloquer cet avenir de données basé sur Bitcoin.
Faciliter la conformité en laissant les utilisateurs libres
Les lois européennes sur la confidentialité GDPR, la loi brésilienne LGPD et les lois californiennes sur la confidentialité des consommateurs peuvent être une réaction aux scandales Cambridge Analytica et Facebook, mais elles entraînent également d'énormes amendes et des coûts de conformité qui changent le paysage technologique, en particulier la façon dont les entreprises gèrent les données. Les entreprises doivent utilisent de nouvelles technologies de stockage pour empêcher les données de traverser les frontières afin de se conformer aux nouvelles lois.
Les entreprises qui offrent des tarifs plus compétitifs aux utilisateurs grâce à la blockchain mèneront à l'adoption de Bitcoin en tant que backend d'application public contrôlé par les utilisateurs. La possibilité de facturer de petits paiements plutôt que de monétiser les données personnelles est une autre aubaine pour les entreprises qui cherchent à réduire les coûts de conformité.
La deuxième naissance de Bitcoin
Aux débuts de Bitcoin, les paiements classiques ressemblaient à une industrie en retard sur le reste du monde, une cible facile pour innover via la blockchain. En refusant de se développer de manière agressive, Bitcoin (BTC) a laissé tomber sa chance en laissant la place à une nouvelle génération de startups fintech qui sont venues combler le vide. Mais les problèmes mondiaux liés aux données ne seront probablement pas résolus aussi facilement.
Les plus grandes entreprises du monde sont inextricablement liées à un modèle de revenus publicitaires basé sur les données. Sans Bitcoin, il n'y a aucun moyen pratique de résoudre ces problèmes fondamentaux. Bien que le rôle de Bitcoin dans l'augmentation de la souveraineté des données n'ait pas réussi à atteindre un large public à ce stade, son potentiel est clairement perçu par les entrepreneurs. Certains de ces entrepreneurs cherchent à utiliser Bitcoin depuis des années mais ont été contrariés par les caprices des développeurs du protocole de BTC. D'autres entrepreneurs ont trouvé la vision de BitcoinSV de la blockchain en tant que base de données mondiale beaucoup plus captivante que le concept d'or numérique de BTC. Ce qui unit tous ces entrepreneurs, c'est la conviction que Bitcoin à grande échelle changera la nature de la façon dont les individus traitent et interagissent avec leurs données.

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Weekly Wrap 07/08

Market News
Stocks rose further with the S&P edging ever closer to all-time highs. Trump signed an executive order banning TikTok from operating in the US if not sold from their Chinese parent company, ByteDance. So far, Microsoft is the most likely candidate to buy the video-sharing app’s US operations, which has 100 million users. This has triggered uncertainty for market-leading tech stocks.
Gold prices once again hit new all time highs this week after breaking the $2,000 per ounce level for the first time ever. Bank of America Securities analysts predict further upside potential given the extensive quantitative easing being implemented across the globe. With the U.S Fed targeting aggressive inflation, this further buoys the price forecasts for the precious metal.
Bitcoin broke through its key resistance a week prior to gold. Since the breakout, it set highs of over $12,000 before selling off and finding support. Ethereum reached and tested the $400 level while Ripple also recorded significant gains. Overall there is significant upward momentum with sentiment strongly in favour of the bulls.
The Invictus Margin Lending (IML) Fund had a record breaking week with daily annualized returns peaking at 32.83%. Annualized returns for the week totaled 19.78% as demand for credit increased in parallel with the upward price momentum of the cryptoasset class.
Industry News
Market Indicators
Other News
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Weekly Wrap 07/08

Market News
Stocks rose further with the S&P edging ever closer to all-time highs. Trump signed an executive order banning TikTok from operating in the US if not sold from their Chinese parent company, ByteDance. So far, Microsoft is the most likely candidate to buy the video-sharing app’s US operations, which has 100 million users. This has triggered uncertainty for market-leading tech stocks.
Gold prices once again hit new all time highs this week after breaking the $2,000 per ounce level for the first time ever. Bank of America Securities analysts predict further upside potential given the extensive quantitative easing being implemented across the globe. With the U.S Fed targeting aggressive inflation, this further buoys the price forecasts for the precious metal.
Bitcoin broke through its key resistance a week prior to gold. Since the breakout, it set highs of over $12,000 before selling off and finding support. Ethereum reached and tested the $400 level while Ripple also recorded significant gains. Overall there is significant upward momentum with sentiment strongly in favour of the bulls.
The Invictus Margin Lending (IML) Fund had a record breaking week with daily annualized returns peaking at 32.83%. Annualized returns for the week totaled 19.78% as demand for credit increased in parallel with the upward price momentum of the cryptoasset class.
Industry News
Market Indicators
Other News
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Ethereum Rallies Up 17% Amid Exponential DeFi Growth

Ethereum Rallies Up 17% Amid Exponential DeFi Growth

Meanwhile, Rumors Of ETH 2.0 Testnet Going Live Gave A Further Boost To Ethereum’s Price, Despite Growing Gas Fees
The world’s second-largest cryptocurrency to date, Ethereum, managed to reach a price point as high as $278 on Coinbase in what it seems a week of upwards momentum for Ethereum.
Ethereum’s price broke above the $250 resistance level on Wednesday, July 22, with strong bullish sentiment and growing trading volumes. The recent DeFi boom also contributed to the price surge, as on Thursday, July 23, Ethereum spiked several times, securing both the $250 and $260 zones, which can be considered as a support, if a negative correction occurs.
Crypto experts consolidated upon the statement that if Ethereum secures the $285 resistance, the crypto sector may see the second-largest crypto to skyrocket past $300, which would mean a new 52-week high, according to data from Cryptobrowser.io
However, the upward momentum may be put to a halt, as transaction fees, otherwise known as gas, are exponentially growing. The current gas price situation made Vitalilk Buterin, Ethereum’s co-founder, to bring a proposal for restructuring gas fees across the blockchain. Interestingly, the gas prices increase didn’t stop Ethereum’s upwards rally. Further, one of the biggest gas spenders, Tether, also accounts for the increase in network usage, as 59% of all circulating USDT tokens are currently on Ethereum’s network. Ethereum also surpassed the leading cryptocurrency to date, Bitcoin, in terms of network usage.
DeFi also accounts for the increased Ethereum network usage, as the total value locked (TVL) in DeFi projects hit a new all-time high of $3,5 billion, with a peak of 4 million ETH tokens locked in DeFi apps. The rapid growth means DeFi made an 87% increase in TVL in July alone, with a whopping 400% TVL increase since the start of 2020.
Source: DeFi Pulse
Meanwhile, crypto analysts consider the long-awaited ETH 2.0 update to be at the core of Ethereum’s upwards rally. Ethereum officials stated that a testnet for ETH 2.0 would go live on August 4, which is the first step for transitioning from a Proof-of-work (PoW) to a Proof-of-stake (PoS) transaction validation mechanism.
The much-anticipated network update created a vast demand for Ethereum options contracts, with investors betting Ethereum’s price would reach the $400-$800 regions. Over $230 million were put into call options, with 6000 contracts expiring on September 25.
Also, crypto derivatives exchange Deribit looked into the possibility for Ethereum to reach and surpass $400 by the end of September or December. It turns out, the odds of Ethereum hitting $400 are 18% and 34%, respectively.
Despite the forecasts, the market is still optimistic in a future price rally above $400. Bitazu Capital’s Mohit Sorout published a chart on Twitter, stating that Ethereum’s climb to $360 “will be fast”, with “Two months of sellers reevaluating their life choices now.”
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2020 Will Bring Record Highs for Crypto Assets Despite Pessimism


The emotions in the crypto community are in the range from mild boredom on the positive side to apathy and depression on the other extreme. Despite the gloomy background, I believe 2020 will be one of the best years in the history of crypto assets bringing record highs.
Here are the reasons why…
The broader economy
We live in extraordinary times. Central banks are determined to avoid a recession at all costs by providing liquidity and cutting rates which creates a speculative investment environment. The low interest rate are pumping the valuations of almost any asset class and are also making money managers climb up the risk ladder in search of a meaningful return. Since government bonds don’t yield anything, investors need to buy corporate debt, the ones who previously bought corporate bonds are now into stocks, the stocks loving investors have moved capital to private equity and venture capital etc.
The FED balance sheet jumped $370 billion since September in a new program which is “not QE”. They also cut the rates 3 times this year fighting against a falling stock market and a “potential global slowdown” due to the trade wars and Brexit. As a result we have fresh all time highs in all major US stock indices.
Germany is hovering around a recession, avoiding it technically with a dismal 0.1% growth in the 3rd quarter of 2019. At the same time the DAX index was only 1.3% short of making a new all time high this month.
Even Greece that was on the verge of dropping out of the eurozone four years ago, managed to issue government debt at a negative rate this year.
The cost for avoiding a recession creates a distortion in the valuation of all assets. How do you value anything when interest rates are negative? For great insights on the topic read Howard Marks’ memo on the “mysterious” negative interest rates.
This search for return will drive more people towards riskier asset classes like growth stocks, venture capital and eventually the luring asymmetric bet of crypto assets. "Risk on" state of mind is what crypto needs as the whole asset class (even bitcoin) is perceived as very risky.
US election year
Trump will do anything to keep the stock market and the economy going in 2020. The argument is short but compelling.
He has been very vocal about the new highs and didn’t miss the chance to praise himself for the huge 2019 stock returns. He will likely not do anything that will blow the positive investor sentiment.
This is another tail wind for risk prone investor behaviour in 2020 which will favour crypto assets.
The halving narrative
Bitcoin’s block reward halving is scheduled to occur in mid May 2020. It will bring the daily production from 1800 down to 900 coins per day. This will also cut its annual inflation in half to less than 1.8%. While being twice less powerful than the previous having in 2016, this production cut is still going to influence the price. As a self fulfilling prophecy or a supply-demand result, both previous halvings were followed by an upward price spiral that resulted in a bubble and a blow off top. This is relationship is difficult to ignore and if there is a favourable "risk on” environment in 2020 there is a good chance it will happen again. It may also come faster as investors will try to front run it.
Also, this time we have halving events in the two major forks of bitcoin which did not exist back in 2016 - BCH and BSV. Despite being controversial, they are still among the top 10 largest crypto asset. Their supply cut and potential price rise may help feed the whole “bitcoin halving” narrative and create an upward price spiral for the whole sector.
The latest example of a halving was in litecoin this year and it had a very distinct price effect.
It’s been a while since the last bubble
It’s been exactly 2 years after the top of the previous bubble. Most alts are over 90% down from their all time highs. That is a lot of damage for the speculative investor who came in 2017 and 2018.
Also the lows in most coins were set one year ago and have not been broken down despite prevalent pessimism. This has been a painful environment for anybody looking for a quick buck.
There is also a widespread apathy and pessimism among the crypto community with even hardcore believers changing their forecasts to mediocre 2020.
After 2 years and lots of assets down more than 90% from ATH it seems that most of the coins are held by very strong hands. Therefore downward pressure is limited and if it occurs it would be mainly driven by short term speculators.
Tech development
The hot word of 2016 was “blockchain”. The whole world got excited about it in 2017. 2019 is the year of DeFi.
In case bitcoin gets close to $20 000 again the “late" money will flood once again to smaller crypto assets seeking higher returns. If/when bitcoin’s blocks get full and transactions become expensive the old narrative of “bitcoin doesn’t scale” would become valid again and this would spread money to BCH, BSV, ETH and others.
Another potential narrative that exists today is the “decentralised finance” - exchanges, derivatives, stablecoins, borrowing, lending all that infrastructure got far more sophisticated since the last bubble. Apart from DeFi projects tokens, Ethereum is also poised to be one of the top beneficiaries of this trend as it hosts most of the DeFI activities. However the "Ethereum doesn’t scale" narrative is also valid so a lot of money could spill over to the competition in the smart contract space.
It’s been more than 2 years since the scaling problems became obvious and a lot of projects that specialised in that domain are up and running. Others are at the final stages of being launched. What would be a better test than a real world influx of new users and apps that will try to fill the capacity. The process of finding a proper scaling pathway will be pushed forward in case of another bubble.
Conclusion
That scenario will change in case of a global recession that brings the “risk off” attitude. Then assets will fall into a negative price spiral and investors will be looking to preserve their capital by fleeing to “safer” assets. Although such a recession is inevitable at some point, it seems that central banks have been very good at avoiding it by kicking the can down the road. If they succeed again in 2020, get ready for an explosive crypto year. However, do not assume this run will be the same as 2017. It depends much on the global economy and investors’ risk appetite and it may be cut off earlier and not result in a full blown bubble like the one from 2017. The sensible investor needs to be cautious and plan for the short run in this environment.
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2020 Will Bring Record Highs for Crypto Assets Despite Pessimism

The emotions in the crypto community are in the range from mild boredom on the positive side to apathy and depression on the other extreme. Despite the gloomy background, I believe 2020 will be one of the best years in the history of crypto assets bringing record highs.
Here are the reasons why…
The broader economy
We live in extraordinary times. Central banks are determined to avoid a recession at all costs by providing liquidity and cutting rates which creates a speculative investment environment. The low interest rate are pumping the valuations of almost any asset class and are also making money managers climb up the risk ladder in search of a meaningful return. Since government bonds don’t yield anything, investors need to buy corporate debt, the ones who previously bought corporate bonds are now into stocks, the stocks loving investors have moved capital to private equity and venture capital etc.
The FED balance sheet jumped $370 billion since September in a new program which is “not QE”. They also cut the rates 3 times this year fighting against a falling stock market and a “potential global slowdown” due to the trade wars and Brexit. As a result we have fresh all time highs in all major US stock indices.
Germany is hovering around a recession, avoiding it technically with a dismal 0.1% growth in the 3rd quarter of 2019. At the same time the DAX index was only 1.3% short of making a new all time high this month.
Even Greece that was on the verge of dropping out of the eurozone four years ago, managed to issue government debt at a negative rate this year.
The cost for avoiding a recession creates a distortion in the valuation of all assets. How do you value anything when interest rates are negative? For great insights on the topic read Howard Marks’ memo on the “mysterious” negative interest rates.
This search for return will drive more people towards riskier asset classes like growth stocks, venture capital and eventually the luring asymmetric bet of crypto assets. "Risk on" state of mind is what crypto needs as the whole asset class (even bitcoin) is perceived as very risky.
US election year
Trump will do anything to keep the stock market and the economy going in 2020. The argument is short but compelling.
He has been very vocal about the new highs and didn’t miss the chance to praise himself for the huge 2019 stock returns. He will likely not do anything that will blow the positive investor sentiment.
This is another tail wind for risk prone investor behaviour in 2020 which will favour crypto assets.
The halving narrative
Bitcoin’s block reward halving is scheduled to occur in mid May 2020. It will bring the daily production from 1800 down to 900 coins per day. This will also cut its annual inflation in half to less than 1.8%. While being twice less powerful than the previous having in 2016, this production cut is still going to influence the price. As a self fulfilling prophecy or a supply-demand result, both previous halvings were followed by an upward price spiral that resulted in a bubble and a blow off top. This is relationship is difficult to ignore and if there is a favourable "risk on” environment in 2020 there is a good chance it will happen again. It may also come faster as investors will try to front run it.
Also, this time we have halving events in the two major forks of bitcoin which did not exist back in 2016 - BCH and BSV. Despite being controversial, they are still among the top 10 largest crypto asset. Their supply cut and potential price rise may help feed the whole “bitcoin halving” narrative and create an upward price spiral for the whole sector.
The latest example of a halving was in litecoin this year and it had a very distinct price effect.
It’s been a while since the last bubble
It’s been exactly 2 years after the top of the previous bubble. Most alts are over 90% down from their all time highs. That is a lot of damage for the speculative investor who came in 2017 and 2018.
Also the lows in most coins were set one year ago and have not been broken down despite prevalent pessimism. This has been a painful environment for anybody looking for a quick buck.
There is also a widespread apathy and pessimism among the crypto community with even hardcore believers changing their forecasts to mediocre 2020.
After 2 years and lots of assets down more than 90% from ATH it seems that most of the coins are held by very strong hands. Therefore downward pressure is limited and if it occurs it would be mainly driven by short term speculators.
Tech development
The hot word of 2016 was “blockchain”. The whole world got excited about it in 2017. 2019 is the year of DeFi.
In case bitcoin gets close to $20 000 again the “late" money will flood once again to smaller crypto assets seeking higher returns. If/when bitcoin’s blocks get full and transactions become expensive the old narrative of “bitcoin doesn’t scale” would become valid again and this would spread money to BCH, BSV, ETH and others.
Another potential narrative that exists today is the “decentralised finance” - exchanges, derivatives, stablecoins, borrowing, lending all that infrastructure got far more sophisticated since the last bubble. Apart from DeFi projects tokens, Ethereum is also poised to be one of the top beneficiaries of this trend as it hosts most of the DeFI activities. However the "Ethereum doesn’t scale" narrative is also valid so a lot of money could spill over to the competition in the smart contract space.
It’s been more than 2 years since the scaling problems became obvious and a lot of projects that specialised in that domain are up and running. Others are at the final stages of being launched. What would be a better test than a real world influx of new users and apps that will try to fill the capacity. The process of finding a proper scaling pathway will be pushed forward in case of another bubble.
Conclusion
That scenario will change in case of a global recession that brings the “risk off” attitude. Then assets will fall into a negative price spiral and investors will be looking to preserve their capital by fleeing to “safer” assets. Although such a recession is inevitable at some point, it seems that central banks have been very good at avoiding it by kicking the can down the road. If they succeed again in 2020, get ready for an explosive crypto year. However, do not assume this run will be the same as 2017. It depends much on the global economy and investors’ risk appetite and it may be cut off earlier and not result in a full blown bubble like the one from 2017. The sensible investor needs to be cautious and plan for the short run in this environment.
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morning coffee

More Wall Street Breakfast Podcasts » "Despite several issues of importance - national riots, Chinese relations, an ongoing pandemic - the stock market is primarily focused on a single thing: the restart of U.S. and global economic activities," said Jim Paulsen, chief investment strategist at the Leuthold Group. The sentiment led S&P 500 futures to tack on another 0.6% gain overnight as Dr. Anthony Fauci expressed renewed "optimism" about a coronavirus vaccine. On the economic calendar, the ADP Employment Report today will give a fresh read on the extent of the COVID-19 pandemic, while oil climbed 2% on anticipated output cuts at the upcoming OPEC+ meeting.
Come on and Zoom!
A surge in video conferencing usage saw revenue growth at Zoom (NASDAQ:ZM) jump 169% to $328.2M as the company reported top and bottom line beats for Q1. Zoom also doubled its revenue guidance for the year, pushing up shares as much as 4.5% in AH trading on Tuesday. In keeping with its previous practices, the firm didn't disclose active user numbers, though analysts at Bernstein estimate Zoom's mobile app had 173M monthly active users as of May 27, up from 14M on March 4.
Zuckerberg stands firm after walkout
Facing internal unrest over the company's gentle approach to moderating posts from President Trump, Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) CEO Mark Zuckerberg told employees he stood behind his decision, one he called "tough" but "pretty thorough." Policies will be reviewed to see if they need to change for the future. Facebook employees particularly took issue with a post by Trump that threatened violence, including the words "when the looting starts, the shooting starts." Similar posts on Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) were flagged for violating policy.
Apple is tracking looted iPhones
Thieves who made off with iPhones from Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) retail locations in New York, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Washington and Philadelphia quickly learned that they were loaded with special security software. On-screen messages displayed: "This device has been disabled and is being tracked. Local authorities will be alerted." The social unrest sweeping across the nation comes just as Apple is in the process of opening more than 100 stores following an extended closure due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Digital taxes
The Trump administration is opening a "Section 301" investigation into taxes on digital commerce - proposed by a range of trading partners - that could affect revenues booked by tech giants like Facebook (FB), Google (GOOG, GOOGL) and Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN). The move could ultimately lead to punitive tariffs and heighten the chances of another global trade dispute. France already agreed to postpone its new digital tax until at least the end of 2020 after the U.S. threatened to impose tariffs of up to 100% on imports like French wine, cheese, handbags and porcelain.
Will negative rates be needed?
Many have doubted that the U.S. could go negative like Japan and parts of Europe, but St. Louis Fed economist Yi Wen says that's what it would take to achieve a V-shaped economic recovery. "I found that a combination of aggressive fiscal and monetary policies is necessary. Aggressive policy means that the U.S. will need to consider negative interest rates and aggressive government spending, such as spending on infrastructure." Wen cited historical examples like President Roosevelt's aggressive fiscal stimulus package during the 1930s and huge surge in government spending once World War II began.
Britain news roundup
The Shanghai-London Connect program, years in the making, has so far produced only one listing - Huatai Securities (OTCPK:HUATF) - which raised $1.5B last June. China's market regulator has now approved a fresh listing for China Pacific Insurance (OTCPK:CHPXY), signaling a revival of the program. While the ties could bring the nations closer, other news overnight may go in the other direction. Boris Johnson pledged to let into the country nearly 3M Hong Kong citizens - who are British overseas passport holders - due to China's new national security law, and place them on a possible path to U.K. citizenship.
Drug shortages
One of the most widely prescribed antidepressant medications in the U.S. has fallen into short supply, according to a new list from the FDA. Pfizer (NYSE:PFE) said some versions of its name-brand Zoloft, such as 100 milligram tablets in 100-count bottles, were scarce because of higher demand during COVID-19, while generics faced shortages of certain ingredients. Zoloft prescriptions climbed 12% Y/Y to 4.9M in March, the most ever in the U.S., according to data compiled by Bloomberg, but receded to 4.5M in April.
M&A activity
French luxury goods group LVMH’s (OTCPK:LVMHF) $16.2B takeover of Tiffany & Co (NYSE:TIF) is looking less certain, according to Women's Wear Daily. It's the latest big merger said to be on the rocks amid a deteriorating situation in the U.S. market brought on by a COVID-19 pandemic and severe social unrest. Further challenges include spending pattern shifts, the collapse of international tourism and trade tensions between Washington and Beijing.
'Biggest Sale in the Sky'
After postponing its annual Prime Day event due to COVID-19, Amazon (AMZN) is reportedly setting up a "summer sale" for June to boost sellers hurt by the outbreak and swimming in inventory. The company told brands it would launch a fashion sale June 22, to run anywhere from 7-10 days, and that participation in the event was "invitation only." It's building landing pages with a working title "Biggest Sale in the Sky," and has asked brands to meet an end-of-Wednesday deadline to submit deals with a discount of at least 30%.
What else is happening...
Sports betting to the rescue in California?
Twitter (TWTR) names Pichette as new independent chairman.
Google (GOOG, GOOGL) faces $5B lawsuit over 'private' internet use.
FAA boss to testify at Senate hearing on 737 MAX (NYSE:BA).
Lyft (NASDAQ:LYFT) trims loss forecast after May rides jumped 26%.
Tuesday's Key Earnings Ambarella (NASDAQ:AMBA) -3.7% AH on light revenue guidance. CrowdStrike (NASDAQ:CRWD) +6.2% AH following a beat-and-raise. DICK'S Sporting Goods (NYSE:DKS) +3.7% as e-commerce sales rose 110%. Zoom Video (ZM) +1.4% AH posting Q1 beat, aggressive outlook.
Today's Markets In Asia, Japan +1.3%. Hong Kong +1.4%. China +0.1%. India +0.6%. In Europe, at midday, London +1.5%. Paris +2%. Frankfurt +2.2%. Futures at 6:20, Dow +0.8%. S&P +0.6%. Nasdaq +0.5%. Crude +1.7% to $37.43. Gold -0.6% to $1724.40. Bitcoin -5.6% to $9527. Ten-year Treasury Yield +3 bps to 0.71%
Today's Economic Calendar Auto Sales 7:00 MBA Mortgage Applications 8:15 ADP Jobs Report 9:45 PMI Services Index 10:00 ISM Non-Manufacturing Index 10:00 Factory Orders
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10 Malentendidos sobre El Web Scraping

1. El web scraping es ilegal
Muchas personas tienen falsas impresiones sobre el web scraping. Es porque hay personas que no respetan el gran trabajo en Internet y usan web scraping herramienta robando el contenido. El web scraping no es ilegal en sí mismo, sin embargo, el problema surge cuando las personas lo usan sin el permiso del propietario del sitio y sin tener en cuenta los Términos de Servicio (Términos de Servicio). Según el informe, el 2% de los ingresos en línea se pueden perder debido al mal uso del contenido a través del raspado web. Aunque el raspado web no tiene una ley clara y términos para abordar su aplicación, está abarcado por las regulaciones legales. Por ejemplo:
2. El web scraping y el web crawling son lo mismo
El web scraping implica la extracción de datos específicos en una página web específica, por ejemplo, extraer datos sobre clientes potenciales de ventas, listados de bienes inmuebles y precios de productos. Por el contrario, el web crawling es lo que hacen los motores de búsqueda. Escanea e indexa todo el sitio web junto con sus enlaces internos. "Crawler" puede navegar por la web sin un objetivo específico.
3. Puedes scrape cualquier sitio web
A menudo que las personas solicitan scraping cosas como direcciones de correo electrónico, publicaciones de Facebook o información de LinkedIn. Según un artículo titulado "¿Es legal el web scraping?" Es importante tener en cuenta las reglas antes de realizar el web scraping:
Una persona puede ser procesada bajo varias leyes. Por ejemplo, uno raspó cierta información confidencial y la vendió a un tercero, ignorando la carta de prohibición enviada por el propietario del sitio. Esta persona puede ser procesada bajo la ley de Trespass a Chattel, Violación de Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), Violación de la Ley de Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) and Misappropriation
No significa que no pueda scrape canales de redes sociales como Twitter, Facebook, Instagram y YouTube. Son amigables con los servicios de scraping que siguen las disposiciones del archivo robots.txt. Para Facebook, debe obtener su permiso por escrito antes de realizar el comportamiento de la recopilación automatizada de datos.
4. Necesitas saber cómo codificar
Una herramienta de web scraping (herramienta de extracción de datos) es muy útil para profesionales no tecnológicos como especialistas en marketing, estadísticos, consultores financieros, inversores de bitcoin, investigadores, periodistas, etc. Octoparse lanzó una característica única: web scraping templates que scrapers preformateados que cubren más de 14 categorías en más de 30 sitios web, incluidos Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, eBay, Instagram y más. Todo lo que tiene que hacer es ingresar las palabras clave/URL en el parámetro sin ninguna configuración de tarea compleja. El web scraping con Python lleva mucho tiempo. Por otro lado, una plantilla de web scraping es eficiente y conveniente para capturar los datos que necesita.
5. Puede usar datos scraped para cualquier cosa
Es perfectamente legal si extrae datos de sitios web para consumo público y los utiliza para análisis. Sin embargo, no es legal si scrape información confidencial con fines de lucro. Por ejemplo, scraping información de contacto privada sin permiso y venderla a un tercero para obtener ganancias es ilegal. Además, reempaquetar contenido raspado como propio sin citar la fuente tampoco es ético. Debe seguir de reglas sobre no enviar spam o cualquier uso fraudulento de datos está prohibido de acuerdo con la ley.
6. Un web scraper es versátil
Tal vez ha experimentado sitios web particulares que cambian su diseño o estructura de vez en cuando. No se frustre cuando se encuentre con sitios web que su scraper no puede leer por segunda vez. Hay muchas razones. No se activa necesariamente al identificarte como un bot sospechoso. También puede ser causado por diferentes ubicaciones geográficas o acceso de la máquina. En estos casos, es normal que un web scraper no pueda analizar el sitio web antes de establecer el ajuste.
7. Puedes scraping web a alta velocidad
Es posible que haya visto anuncios de scraper que dicen cuán rápidos son sus scrapers. Suena bien ya que le dicen que pueden recopilar datos en segundos. Sin embargo, si causas daños a la empresa, serás un delincuente y será procesado. Esto se debe a que una solicitud de datos escalables a una velocidad rápida sobrecargará un servidor web, lo que podría provocar un bloqueo del servidor. En este caso, la persona es responsable por el daño bajo la ley de "trespass to chattels" (Dryer y Stockton 2013). Si no está seguro de si el sitio web es scrapable o no, pregúntele al proveedor de servicios de desguace web. Octoparse es un proveedor de servicios de raspado web responsable que coloca la satisfacción de los clientes en primer lugar. Para Octoparse es crucial ayudar a nuestros clientes a resolver el problema y tener éxito.
8. API y Web scraping son lo mismo
API es como un canal para enviar su solicitud de datos a un servidor web y obtener los datos deseados. API devolverá los datos en formato JSON a través del protocolo HTTP. Por ejemplo, Facebook API, Twitter API, y Instagram API. Sin embargo, no significa que pueda obtener los datos que solicite. El web scraping puede visualizar el proceso ya que le permite interactuar con los sitios web. Octoparse tiene plantillas de web scraping. Es aún más conveniente para los profesionales no tecnológicos extraer datos al completar los parámetros con palabras clave/URL.
9. The scraped data only works for our business after being cleaned and analyzed
Many data integration platforms can help visualize and analyze the data. In comparison, it looks like data scraping doesn’t have a direct impact on business decision making. Web scraping indeed extracts raw data of the webpage that needs to be processed to gain insights like sentiment analysis. However, some raw data can be extremely valuable in the hands of gold miners.
9. Los scraped data solo funcionan para nuestro negocio después de ser limpiados y analizados
Muchas plataformas de integración de datos pueden ayudar a visualizar y analizar los datos. En comparación, parece que el scraping de datos no tiene un impacto directo en la toma de decisiones comerciales. De hecho, el web scraping extrae datos sin procesar de la página web que deben procesarse para obtener información como el análisis de sentimientos. Sin embargo, algunos datos en bruto pueden ser extremadamente valiosos en manos de los mineros de oro.
Con la plantilla de web scraping de Octoparse Google Search para buscar un resultado de búsqueda orgánica, puede extraer información, incluidos los títulos y meta descripciones sobre sus competidores para determinar sus estrategias de SEO; Para las industrias minoristas, el web scraping se puede usar para controlar los precios y la distribución de los productos. Por ejemplo, Amazon puede crawl Flipkart y Walmart en el catálogo "Electrónico" para evaluar el rendimiento de los artículos electrónicos.
10. El web scraping solo puede usarse en negocios
El web scraping se usa ampliamente en varios campos además de la generación de leads, el monitoreo de precios, el seguimiento de precios y el análisis de mercado para empresas. Los estudiantes también pueden aprovechar una plantilla de web scraping de Google Académico para realizar investigaciones de tesis. Los agentes inmobiliarios pueden realizar investigaciones de vivienda y predecir el mercado inmobiliario. Podrá encontrar personas influyentes de Youtube o Twitter para promocionar su marca o su propia agregación de noticias que cubra los únicos temas que desea al scraping los medios de comunicación y los RSS feeds.
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Project Design Help! Ideas much appreciated!

Hello pythonistas,
I'm graduate student and working on a research project about getting insights from tweets and analyzing them. But I stuck and need a hand. Short info about my programming knowledge, I can read and understand the code though not able to develop mine without tutorials. I think that clarifies which level am I at.
So lately, I watched a tutorial about Twitter Sentiment Analysis made by LucidProgramming(Thanks to him!) and I came across to a crossroad. I'm able make search queries on Twitter API and print the tweet blobs on terminal but can't go any further. What I planned to do, in simple manner, getting 30 days of tweets about 'bitcoin' search query and then later analyzing sentiments of these tweets. In order acquire these, how should I design and deploy my script? My questions are:

1) Do I need deploy this script to a platform such as Heroku or something since it needs to be run 7/24 in order to get tweets from twitter and push to database?(Btw I have free Github Education pack, most of the premium applications are free)
2) Which database would fit my needs in means of ease of use for beginners and handling high amounts of tweets?(I don't know how many tweets I would get but let's say 100k tweets in total for 30 days)
MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, SQLite or others. Afaik SQLite is not recommended if you deploy your script on server right? Or would rather say other solutions like json or xml(maybe more easier for beginner like me) formatted storage methods?

3) Or would you recommend me to just forget about deploying this script to a server and run on my own computer since free Twitter API doesn't allow users to make queries about tweet updates older than 7 days. In short, would be better to just run the script at the end of each every upcoming day and store the tweets?(I think this is a completely silly idea since it clashes with programming mentality)
Or if you know more straightforward and easy solution about it, please let me know!
Thanks in advance. Your help will be much appreciated!
Cheers!
Code:
from tweepy import OAuthHandler from tweepy.streaming import StreamListener from tweepy import Stream from tweepy import API from tweepy import Cursor import twitter_credentials import numpy as np import pandas as pd # Class for authentication class TwitterAuthenticator(): def authenticate_twitter_app(self): auth = OAuthHandler(twitter_credentials.CONSUMER_KEY, twitter_credentials.CONSUMER_SECRET) auth.set_access_token(twitter_credentials.ACCESS_TOKEN, twitter_credentials.ACCESS_TOKEN_SECRET) return auth # A basic listener class that just prints received tweets to stdout. class TwitterListener(StreamListener): def __init__(self, fetched_tweets_filename): self.fetched_tweets_filename = fetched_tweets_filename def on_data(self, data): try: print(data) with open(self.fetched_tweets_filename, 'a') as tf: tf.write(data) return True except BaseException as e: print("Error on_data: %s" % str(e)) return True def on_error(self, status): if status == 420: # Returning False on_data method in case rate limits occurs return False print(status) # Class for streaming and processing live tweets. class TwitterStreamer(): def __init__(self): self.twitter_authenticator = TwitterAuthenticator() def stream_tweets(self, fetched_tweets_filename, hash_tag_list): # This handles Twitter authentication and the connection to the Twitter Streaming API listener = TwitterListener(fetched_tweets_filename) auth = self.twitter_authenticator.authenticate_twitter_app() stream = Stream(auth, listener) stream.filter(track=hash_tag_list) # Class turning our script to a Client class TwitterClient(): def __init__(self): self.auth = TwitterAuthenticator().authenticate_twitter_app() self.twitter_client = API(self.auth) def filter_specific_tweets(self, q, lang, count, until, num_tweets): filtered_tweets = [] for tweet in Cursor(self.twitter_client.search, q=q, lang=lang, count=count, until=until).items(num_tweets): filtered_tweets.append(tweet) return filtered_tweets if __name__ == "__main__": hash_tag_list = ["barack oboma", "donald trump"] fetched_tweets_filename = "tweets.json" #twitter_streamer = TwitterStreamer() #twitter_streamer.stream_tweets(fetched_tweets_filename, hash_tag_list) q = 'bitcoin' lang = 'en' #geocode = '51.507496,-0.127285,20km' count = 100 until = '2020-05-04' num_tweets = 5 twitter_client = TwitterClient() print(twitter_client.filter_specific_tweets(q, lang, count, until, num_tweets)) 
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I've been in since May 2017, lessons learned, and some real talk.

I've only been in the crypto game since mid 2017. I remember back then when I was assessing the market, BTC was below $1k a few months earlier, LTC was around $4 that January and by the time I finally got in BTC had more than doubled to around $2,500 and LTC was $30. I thought ETH and XRP (and everything else) were just shitcoins because I didn't know shit and I just listened to the herd (Back then the argument was "Bitcoin is digital gold and LTC is digital silver and everything else is a scam.") Now, I'm pretty invested in several coins, because this market is anything but rational.
Screw off if you think otherwise. Try to think logically in this market, and you're going to get smacked in the face.
After exchanging my first fiat for crypto, in the next couple of months the market "crashed" and I was fearful. By crashed, I mean BTC went from $2,800 to $1,800. I just decided to let my cryptos ride. I pretended that money was gone, but I'd check prices every day for whatever damn reason.
I wasn't even putting that much in. Hell, I would spend more eating out and going to the bars every weekend with friends or work colleagues than I was dropping into BTC. It was pretty common that I'd drop $100 a night on sushi, beers, and Sake Bombs. But, when money you could get back loses value, it makes you feel dumb for putting money in. Logic is out the window when I can't get that $100 back from my sushi and drink purchases, but my crypto dropped 30% that week, so I was dumb for investing in crypto but not for my $500+ per month on eating out and drinking with friends.
Several weeks later, I was back to even on my crypto investments. Well shit, that was fast. Then I was suddenly up 25%. "Fuck it, I'm just putting money in. I'm not missing out."
By the the winter of 2017, I was up over 10x with my crypto speculation. My initial LTC went from $30 to over $350; my BTC went from $2,500 to $20,000. I also just threw $300-$1,000 here and there on random sub-200 market cap coins only to see them 6x in a few weeks.
I remember thinking how stupid I was for not buying during that dip down to $1,800, but how good of an investor I was because my gains. What a fucking dope I was.
I was sitting there looking at my account on December 10th, 2017. I was about to sell because I could have paid off my car and 50% of my student loans. I wasn't even using my car because I was in another country traveling.
"Nah, I can't sell. This is just the beginning; let's wait until I can pay off all my student loans" my delusional self said.
I never cashed out. I remember sitting there with a dude who had his GDAX account open after BTC "crashed" from $20k to $13k two weeks later. We just got back from surfing.
He was still sitting at $250,000 in his account and was nervous as shit. "What should I do?" he asked rhetorically. Then immediately answered himself, "It will rebound," he said, "it always does." This guy had been through the MTGOX hack and gave me plenty of advice while we surfed.
And I listened as if he was prophetic.
What a fucking dope I was.
When hopium is in the air, we all get irrational.
I still wonder about that guy and his cryptos. He went north back home for the Christmas holiday, while I headed south for more traveling, and I've never seen him again.
February 2018 was both euphoric and scary as shit. "Holy shit! BTC is under $10k I never thought it would be down here again. But it could keep dropping. But it was just $20k a month ago."
I was skeptical that it wouldn't keep dropping so I waited. Then, I didn't want to miss out. BTC was making a run from $6,500 up to testing $10k. "If it breaks $10k, I'm getting back in."
A short time later, it did break $10k, only to be hit a wall at $12k, then again...then, the inevitable crash to $6,200 happened where it fluctuated in August - November of 2018 up until, what, November 10th-ish when BCH shitfork shat out and then BTC-Shit-Vision and BTC-LMNOP started paying miners to mine their forked fork of BTC and everyone shat themselves as the market tanked yet again.
That was it for me. That was the day I stopped caring. I remember thinking how stupid I was to invest so much time in this.
You can't predict this shit.
I didn't regret investing in crypto, I regret all the time spent looking at my portfolio, trying to time the market, pretending I was some guru in my head because I threw $300 at POE when it was less than a penny and weeks later it was selling for $0.21 and could buy another trip to whatever country I wanted.
Sure, you can use TA to see what support or resistance is there, but it's still a 50-50 chance whether Fake Satoshi is going to spoof trade or some rando is going to drop three 7,000 BTC market buys to break through resistance.
So, what did I learn through this whole experience?
Other than what I've already stated (You have no way to predict whether it's breaking through resistance or crashing through support).
I just remember the main thing that has persisted this last two years. "I wish I could go back in time to when BTC was around $3,000 and LTC was $30."
When BTC dropped below, $4k that was heaven. I never thought it would get back to when I was buying when I first got into the market in 2017.
So, I bought, and I bought hard.
This time around, I have strong buy strategies and sell strategies.
They are set; no question.
For me, I'm not selling until two weeks before the LTC halving in August.
Even then, I'm only selling my LTC for BTC. Then I'll sell 25% of my BTC for fiat 2 weeks before the BTC halving in 2020.
I will never have less than my preferred number of BTC's, ETH's, LTC's and a few others.
Don't follow my advice here, I'm just saying I know what I want and what my strategy is.
You need to have a strategy to buy and strategy to sell. Be reasonable. I previously had a "strategy." It was once I could pay off my student loans with all of my crypto gains minus taxes, I would sell. Yeah, well, looking back if I would have just sold when could pay off my car and 50% of my student loans, I would have been able to invest even more when BTC was down in $3,xxx range and LTC was $22-$35, etc from December 2018 through March 2019.
DCAing is the way to go. No question. You don't need to do TA, you don't need to check your portfolio, you don't need to do shit but either 1) setup an automatic buy order with your exchange or 2) login and buy whatever you want.
You have your buy strategy (DCA at x interval) and you have your sell strategy.
Figure it out. Don't pretend you're gonna time the market. Don't pretend you're some guru.
Those people, like me, learn the hard way.
No TA, no waiting for google searches of BTC to increase, no waiting for BAKKT, no waiting for Faktoshi to shut the fuck up.
Before November 2018, I would only throw money when BTC was on a run. "Oh, we're finally on the way up. It's time to buy!" Like when it went from $2,800 up to $6,200 in the summer 2017, then from $10k to $20k in late 2017. Or when it went from $6,200 back up to $10,000 then to $11,900 in February of 2018.
I would think I could time the market. What a pathetic loser, right?
Some people grow up in this market like the cable version of themselves only to transition to the directv version. Listen to us dopes that have been there and done that.
Learn from our mistakes, but also don't think that we have all the damn answers.
Anyone that comes in here acting like the 2nd coming of Craig Wright's dumpster twin, you can be rest assured they are as delusional as Justin Sun. The problem is, even if they are delusional, this market is anything but rational, so they might just be proven right enough for you to think you should follow their advice.
This shit is crazy. Stop acting like you've got it figured out.
Nobody does, but it feels good to have confidence in this random speculation, right?
I'm here to tell you this. My life has drastically improved since November 2018 when I started viewing Crypto investments like a bill. Every two weeks, I would send money from my paycheck to my exchange. Then, I'd buy a certain amount every single week after it had cleared.
That money, is all but "gone." It was a "bill" I paid.
When the market is going down, I send more fiat and I buy more crypto. When it is rising, I still buy, but not as much; I pull back. You may say I'm trying to catch a falling knife. I just learned that the way I was investing before was bad practice. I'd rather people think I'm trying to catch a falling knife than to feel that FOMO and only buy when the market is up.
Right now for example, I'm not buying this week. Not because I think I know what hell is going to happen, but because it's my strategy to not chase a run, and to spend more when it drops.
I'll wait until next weekend and see what the market is doing.
What happens in between now and next weekend, I don't give a shit.
Could I miss out on another run? Sure, but I don't give a shit. Maybe it's because I'm 2 years in and I've seen this shit before, or maybe it's because I've been buying BTC when it was around $3,000 both in 2017 and just about a month ago, so I feel fortunate to have gotten another chance at BTC at $3,xxx.
I also learned my lesson that fakeouts happen. I've been burned enough to not give a shit about being BTC going from $3500 to $5,200 in the last, what, 5 weeks?
Been here, done it, don't give a shit.
I don't know if this helps anyone, but seeing the last two years of this shit, I don't care about some random 30% pump. I also don't care that BCH is up 86%, or ADA is up whatever it is. I'm not into them, but if you made gains, I'm happy for you.
I'm serious too.
Maybe you're new to this game, or maybe you've only been in since $20k. If so, you're still here, and there are plenty others like you. I'm not a BTC maximalist, I don't think LTC is the truth, I don't think only ETH is the dApp platform.
I don't know shit. I'm just some speculator that is speculating on some of this sit.
There are also plenty of people that were like me in 2017 that are waiting in the wings, only to buy when the market is on the rise. There are plenty more that buy when it's rising then set stop losses that whales will fish for only to wreck the market in a day then to see a bounce back even stronger while those people FOMO back in.
Also, the turd version of satoshi could start shitting in public this week and the media could write about how Satoshi is literally shitting on a physical Bitcoin as we speak and some shitcoin creator then posts a Twitter video that goes viral about how the hashrate and energy consumption of the satoshi shit-pile is not sustainable and then some whale market sells down to below the new TA shit-support level of $4,400 and then all the dopes with stop losses in that range get shit fucked only to see a spoof limit order set at $4,400 of 10,000 BTC and everyone's dick shrinks into their stomach as they hurry to Tether as BTC drops back down to $3,500 before whale #2 shit fucks your emotions with a $1,500 green dildo in a 15 minute span sees the "sell wall" disappear which starts the next FOMO run on up to $6,200 a few weeks later while TAers say "We broke out on great volume" then other TAers agree and the self-fulling prophecy starts another run only to get hit with more whale fuckers.
You can't predict this shit. Give it up.
Market goes up, market goes down, can't explain that.
With the LTC halving in August, the BTC halving in May 2020, I think we are about to get into the 2017 euphoria again though. We are getting closeTM to the point you could just thrown money at any coin and get 10x your investment.
What does "close" mean? I have no idea. Eff anyone that thinks they know. Someone could predict it is this week, next month, or after this current fakeout bull run, or in December, or next Spring, and someone will be right.
The only advice I have is to do your best to not get emotional about your money or crypto. It's going to do the exact opposite of what you think it will. Even when you try to do the opposite, crypto will shit-fuck you in your sleep.
If you believe that the sentiment is changing, and let's be real, we are in speculation phase and this is all based on hopium and belief, then DCA at certain intervals.
This isn't some cult. It's all based on sentiment. If you think people are starting to get interested, then that is a sign speculation is about to be in our favor.
If you are putting money in that needs to be rent money, do yourself a favor and just walk into a casino and put it all on red. If you win, then put your winnings in crypto. If you lose, I saved you the anguish of checking your portfolio every hour only wish you would have done the opposite of what you did.
You're welcome...
Or, do the opposite. Check the market every hour for the next 12 months only to look back and realize that you kept buying on the way up, got scared and sold on the way down, and then FUD yourself in your sleep because of your stop loss sells were triggered while whales were fishing for fear.
So, there are all of my shit thoughts. What are yours?
What are your strategies?
There are plenty of people that have been in longer than me, what are your strategies?
Are we heading for a the next bull run? Is the bottom in? Do we still have a massive, short-lived capitulation event coming?
Let's chat.
TL;DR: You can't predict this shit, just DCA, live your life, get a buy strategy, choose a sell point, make this shit as simple as possible. If you try to complicate things by predicting the next run, the next drop, the next consolidation, then you're probably going to be wrong like 99% of people. And don't be that guy that ends up $250,000 in your account in the next bull run only to see it drop down $67,000 literally a week later.
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Review: The most thrilling 24 hours in Bitcoin history

From 12:00 on March 12th to 12:00 on the 13th, Bitcoin, the most influential currency in the cryptocurrency industry, suffered two major declines, and its price fell from a maximum of 7,672 USD to a minimum of 3,800 USD (data from Huobi, the next Same), the decline was 50.4%, which means that the price of Bitcoin has achieved a fairly accurate "half price" in these 24 hours.
Previously, Bitcoin's "halving market" was mostly considered to be an increase in market prices caused by Bitcoin's halving production, although many people have questioned the "halving market" as " The price is halved ", but when bitcoin walks out of the current bad market, it still surprises most investors.
First plunge
The bad 24 hours started at 12 o'clock on March 12. Due to the rapid spread of the new crown epidemic in Europe and the United States, the global financial markets have been raining for several days. After several adjustments, the price of Bitcoin has hovered up and down within the range of $ 7600-8200 in the previous three days. However, after 12 o'clock on the 12th, Bitcoin The price fell below $ 7,600 for the first time, breaking the psychological expectations of many investors, entering a rapid decline channel, and dropping to about $ 7,200 at around 18 o'clock.
At this time, the decline of Bitcoin is still around 7%, which is a common occurrence in the history of Bitcoin. However, after 18 o'clock that day, the market turned sharply, and the price of bitcoin plunged again in a short period of time. It fell to US $ 5,555 within tens of minutes, a drop of 28%, and the amount of contractual positions on each platform exceeded US $ 2 billion.
During the decline, most major exchanges such as Huobi, Binance, and OKEx experienced systemic freezes of varying degrees. Many users complained for a long time that the exchange app could not properly display the homepage, market page, and transaction page, and added positions, stops, and withdrawals. Obstacles such as cash withdrawal and cash withdrawal operations have also shown that this situation also highlights that mainstream exchanges still fail to address the ability of their trading systems to respond to extreme conditions.
For this decline, the collective sell-off of large Bitcoin holders is considered to be the main reason. For example, Grayscale Investment, the world's largest crypto asset fund management company, was sold and sold 40,000-50,000 Bitcoins. News from the exchange said that Bitcoin sold 400,000.
For a long time, bitcoin has been called "digital gold" by the blockchain industry, and has good risk aversion properties. During the tense situation between the United States and Iran in January this year and the global stock market fell, Bitcoin rose from $ 7,200 all the way to more than $ 10,000. Bitcoin's safe-haven attributes have been widely recognized in history, but this time caused by the new crown epidemic Under the risk of the global economic downturn, the decline in the price of bitcoin has become the asset with the largest depreciation among various mainstream financial assets, and its high-risk nature will most likely collapse.
Some analysts believe that bitcoin should be further classified as an alternative asset. At a time when liquidity shortage is extremely serious, as a high-risk alternative investment asset with the highest volatility in the world, funds will naturally be drawn from the market by investors. Looking for safer, more liquid assets, prices plummet.
"Everyone in the future will realize that Bitcoin is not digital gold, but" an amplifier of risk. " Its value cannot be anchored. Unlike other asset prices, which are affected by costs and prices, Bitcoin has no normal market value range. As of now, it does not have any convincing valuation basis, more like a swaying boat. Without the anchor, its value fluctuates greatly, and the impact of halving the market and supply and demand on it is far less important than psychological factors. "Said Cai Kailong, senior researcher at the Institute of Financial Technology of Renmin University of China.
However, some people in the industry hold different opinions. "BTC is still the most powerful currency in the history of mankind. It provides liquidity 24 hours a day. This is something that other markets simply can't imagine, but because liquidity is too good, this time it just happened to happen in other markets. When funds are scarce, the first choice for selling supplementary funds has also led to the decline of gold. Of course, the amount of BTC that is currently much lower than gold is certainly unstoppable in a short period of time. "A Weibo blogger" "fhrp".
In addition to the sell-off of large institutions, some mortgage lending platforms have also passively become an important boost for this downturn. In the past six months, the Defi concept has been particularly hot in the blockchain industry, and many cryptocurrency-based cryptocurrency lending platforms were born.
As a result, a large number of large Bitcoin users will pledge the Bitcoin in their accounts to third-party lending platforms and use the USDT to borrow cash to purchase cash, which is equivalent to increasing leverage. However, these platforms are not mature in terms of mortgage rate setting and liquidation mechanisms. Users who increase the mortgage rate of assets have a slower transfer speed on the chain. As a result, during this period of rapid decline in the market, a large number of mortgage orders have lower mortgage assets than loans. As a result, the amount of bitcoin out-of-market positions this time was far more than in the previous period of large market volatility, which further exacerbated the selling pressure of the bitcoin spot market.
From 19:00 on the 12th to the early morning of the 13th, the price of Bitcoin hovered in the range of 5800-6200 US dollars, and the market began to prepare for the next stage of the trend.
Second plunge
On the evening of the 12th, the stock markets of mainstream countries in Europe and the United States successively opened and collectively fell, and the stock markets of at least 11 countries, such as the United States, Canada, and the Philippines, melted down. At the close of the morning on the 13th, both the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S & P 500 Index had the largest single-day percentage decline since the 1987 stock disaster. The Dow closed down about 2352 points, the largest drop in history.
The bad performance of the stock market quickly passed to the currency market. Beginning at 7 o'clock on the 13th, the price of bitcoin plunged from the position of $ 5,800 once again, dropping all the way, and successively fell below $ 5,000 and $ 4,000.
For the rapid decline of the market, many people in the industry believe that the main factor is not only the panic selling of the market, but also the mutual stepping on of contract investors. Weibo blogger "AlbertTheKing" pointed out that most of the long positions in Bitcoin leverage are in the BitMEX perpetual contract market. The long positions caused by the decline in bitcoin prices caused a series of short positions, which in turn caused arbitrage spreads and spot arbitrage. The party rushed in to open multiple orders and sell spot arbitrage at the same time, thinking it was okay. As a result, I did not expect Bitcoin to fall more and more fiercely, and his own arbitrage and long positions also burst. So at first, the leveraged bulls stepped down on each other, and later became the arbitrage party. .
"Fhrp" also pointed out that because BitMEX only has BTC margin, ETH's permanent liquidation also needs to be undertaken by btc. The profit portion of the hedge order cannot be included in the margin, and BTC is not sufficient because of the card being in serious shortage. The exploding warehouse order was opaque, so that no one dared to pick up the corpse later, fearing that it would become a corpse. Of course, the key is the lack of a fusing system, so that the market can slowly wait for liquidity to keep up.
Under the interweaving of many risks, the price of bitcoin is about 10:15. It has fallen below 3,800 US dollars in many exchanges such as Huobi and OKEx, which is 38% lower than the price of 0 on the day and 50.4% lower than 24 hours ago. This is the highest record in the 24-hour drop since the birth of Bitcoin.
Such a precise decline cannot be doubted as the bad taste of the bookmaker behind the exchange, if the bookmaker does exist. Of course, it is not excluded that this situation is due to the tacit understanding among the main market participants, or a purely natural phenomenon.
But judging from objective facts, there is indeed some evidence that the situation is unnatural. After bitcoin hit a low of $ 3,800, its price quickly rose in the next 20 minutes, rising by 59% to $ 5,250, but then fell rapidly. At the turning point of $ 3,800, which is 10:16, the BitMEX trading system, the largest bitcoin exchange in the cryptocurrency industry, suddenly stopped until 10:40.
It can be seen that the time point when the Bitcoin price stopped falling rapidly and stopped rising rapidly was close to the time point when BitMEX went down and returned to normal. This shows that BitMEX has a huge influence on the secondary market, and it also makes a lot of One suspects BitMEX is manipulating the market.
Sam Bankman-Fried, chief executive of Derivatives Exchange FTX, tweeted that he suspects BitMEX may have intentionally closed transactions to prevent further crashes and to avoid using exchange insurance funds. Mining company BitPico also tweeted yesterday, "According to our analysis, BitMEX Research has closed its long position of $ 993 million with its own robots and capital. Today the manipulation of the bitcoin market is caused by an entity and the investigation is ongoing. "
In response to this incident, BitMEX responded that there was a hardware problem with the cloud service provider, and in a subsequent announcement, it was pointed out that the DDoS attack was the real cause of the short-term downtime.
Why the downtime of the BitMEX trading system is difficult to verify, but from its objective impact, its short-term downtime plays a vital role in curbing the further decline in the price of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, which has eased investment to a certain extent. The panic sentiment created by this has created space for the rebound and correction of cryptocurrency prices such as Bitcoin.
Sam Bankman-Fried even speculated that if BitMEX did not go offline because of a "hardware problem" this morning (February 13), the price of Bitcoin could fall to zero.
If compared with the traditional financial market, the effect of this BitMEX outage event is quite similar to the "fuse" mechanism of the stock market. Trading is suspended for dozens of minutes at the moment when investor sentiment is most panic, so this outage event Also aroused the emotions of many people in the industry.
"BitMEX has helped the currency circle" melt out, "otherwise the chainless stepping will not know where to fall. After the fuse, everyone calmed down and the market returned to normal. Weibo blogger "Blockchain William" posted a blog saying, "The market is not afraid of falling, and it is not afraid of stepping on it. That is why. This is why the global stock market has melted down because investors panic. It is a bottomless pit. Once out of control, there is no bottom Now. "
Of course, the factors that cause the market situation to reverse are not limited to this. According to the feedback from multiple users on social platforms, BitMEX and Binance's major exchanges forced the short positions of multiple accounts to close positions at 10 o'clock on March 13th, that is, the automatic lightening mechanism was in effect.
According to the BitMEX platform mechanism, when investor contracts are forced to close out, their remaining positions will be taken over by BitMEX's strong closing system. However, if a strong liquidation position cannot be closed in the market, and when the marked price reaches the bankruptcy price, the automatic lightening system will lighten the investor holding the position in the opposite direction, and the order of lightening is determined according to the leverage and profit ratio .
Specifically, due to the sharp fluctuations in the price of bitcoin, a large number of long single-series bursts and the scarcity of market liquidity. In order to control the risk, the platform will automatically place some short orders with high profit ratios and high leverage on the market, increasing market flow. It also avoids the risk to the platform caused by the inability of the short-selling order to be executed in a timely manner.
According to BitMEX's announcement, about 200 positions were automatically closed by the system. And Twitter blogger Edward Morra said, "On BitMEX alone, short positions worth about $ 500 million have been liquidated." If this data is true, it means that BitMEX's strong liquidation operation has brought more than 5 to the contract market. The market price of 100 million US dollars has a significant positive effect on the market that is being sold out.
However, as a compensation, BitMEX also stated that it would contact each damaged user and compensate them according to the maximum potential profit that the investor obtained during the automatic liquidation.
In any case, through the operation of exchanges such as BitMEX, the price of bitcoin has entered a recovery channel, and it is still hovering at the $ 5,000 mark, while driving the entire cryptocurrency market to pick up.
After this thrilling 24 hours of bitcoin, the ideal "halving market" has disappeared. The real and brutal "halving market" is coming. Perhaps many investors and investment institutions have expressed their confidence in the crypto assets represented by bitcoin. The understanding will change in this regard, and the confidence of the entire industry needs to be rebuilt. This depends on the application value of bitcoin to be deepened.
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List of some of the best Crypto Teachers/Influencers and Crypto exchanges/crypto trading tools for beginners

First of all, congrats, to be a part of the Bitcoin/Blockchain growth story. You are one of the early adopters in this space and hopefully, you will make the best out of it.
The first thing to do is to make your mentors and follow them to get to know about the industry insights, who will always motivate you and prevent you from being scammed.
Some of the mentors to follow on Twitter-
  1. Andreas M. Antonopoulos - He is one of the first Bitcoin educators. In 2012 Antonopoulos became enamored with Bitcoin. He eventually abandoned his job as a freelance consultant and started speaking at conferences about bitcoin, consulting for startups, and writing articles free of charge.
  2. Saifedean Ammous- is an economist and author focusing on bitcoin, who authored the first academic book on the economics of bitcoin, The Bitcoin Standard: The Decentralized Alternative to Central Banking, published by Wiley in 2018
After deciding the mentors and taking advice from them by following them, create an account on some good crypto trading exchanges just to know how an exchange works like what are the functioning/ how orders are placed, etc.
List of some of the best crypto trading exchanges-
  1. Binance - It is the largest crypto exchange in the world as per the trading volumes. User Interface is also very good. Recently they also announced their margin trading feature. They have a mobile app also available.
  2. Bittrex - Its US-based exchange and it is operated by 3 security engineers from Amazon, founded in 2014. They don't have a mobile app for now.
  3. Coinbase - It was founded in 2012 and they have crypto to fiat pairs available in 32 countries you can buy cryptocurrencies through your bank account.
Before going to trade with real money, I would recommend you to do some research, how crypto market works. According to the best of my understanding, you should apply some strategies, follow news/sentiments, charts, patterns of the coin.
Some important tools/websites that can help you to build your strategies and gather all the possible information about the market-
  1. Coingecko - Here you will find all the information of any coin like market cap, prices, dominance, social accounts, explorer at one place so that you can make informed decisions.
  2. Trading View- It's an advanced Financial visualization platform where you can find any past chart with indicators to apply the best possible strategy, also you can take ideas from the leaders at the trading view.
  3. SmartBotCoin - It's an automated tool that gathers all the information like news and sentiments through AI/ML at a single place and automates the process of backtesting, that can be helpful in making informed trading decisions.
Also, before going to trade with real money - you should have a solid trading plan that not only constitutes trading knowledge but also how you control your emotions, gaining confidence and how you manages your finances and risk.
Best of luck!
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Looking back 18 months.

I was going through old emails today and came across this one I sent out to family on January 4, 2018. It was a reflection on the 2017 crypto bull market and where I saw it heading, as well as some general advice on crypto, investment, and being safe about how you handle yourself in cryptoland.
I feel that we are on the cusp of a new bull market right now, so I thought that I would put this out for at least a few people to see *before* the next bull run, not after. While the details have changed, I don't see a thing in this email that I fundamentally wouldn't say again, although I'd also probably insist that people get a Yubikey and use that for all 2FA where it is supported.
Happy reading, and sorry for some of the formatting weirdness -- I cleaned it up pretty well from the original email formatting, but I love lists and indents and Reddit has limitations... :-/
Also, don't laught at my token picks from January 2018! It was a long time ago and (luckliy) I took my own advice about moving a bunch into USD shortly after I sent this. I didn't hit the top, and I came back in too early in the summer of 2018, but I got lucky in many respects.
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Hey all!
I woke up this morning to ETH at a solid $1000 and decided to put some thoughts together on what I think crypto has done and what I think it will do. *******, if you could share this to your kids I’d appreciate it -- I don’t have e-mail addresses, and it’s a bit unwieldy for FB Messenger… Hopefully they’ll at least find it thought-provoking. If not, they can use it as further evidence that I’m a nutjob. 😉
Some history before I head into the future.
I first mined some BTC in 2011 or 2012 (Can’t remember exactly, but it was around the Christmas holidays when I started because I had time off from work to get it set up and running.) I kept it up through the start of summer in 2012, but stopped because it made my PC run hot and as it was no longer winter, ********** didn’t appreciate the sound of the fans blowing that hot air into the room any more. I’ve always said that the first BTC I mined was at $1, but looking back at it now, that’s not true – It was around $2. Here’s a link to BTC price history.
In the summer of 2013 I got a new PC and moved my programs and files over before scrapping the old one. I hadn’t touched my BTC mining folder for a year then, and I didn’t even think about salvaging those wallet files. They are now gone forever, including the 9-10BTC that were in them. While I can intellectually justify the loss, it was sloppy and underlines a key thing about cryptocurrency that I believe will limit its widespread adoption by the general public until it is addressed and solved: In cryptoland, you are your own bank, and if you lose your password or account number, there is no person or organization that can help you reset it so that you can get access back. Your money is gone forever.
On April 12, 2014 I bought my first BTC through Coinbase. BTC had spiked to $1000 and been in the news, at least in Japan. This made me remember my old wallet and freak out for a couple of months trying to find it and reclaim the coins. I then FOMO’d (Fear Of Missing Out”) and bought $100 worth of BTC. I was actually very lucky in my timing and bought at around $430. Even so, except for a brief 50% swing up almost immediately afterwards that made me check prices 5 times a day, BTC fell below my purchase price by the end of September and I didn’t get back to even until the end of 2015.
In May 2015 I bought my first ETH at around $1. I sent some guy on bitcointalk ~$100 worth of BTC and he sent me 100 ETH – all on trust because the amounts were small and this was a small group of people. BTC was down in the $250 range at that point, so I had lost 30-40% of my initial investment. This was of the $100 invested, so not that much in real terms, but huge in percentages. It also meant that I had to buy another $100 of BTC on Coinbase to send to this guy. A few months after I purchased my ETH, BTC had doubled and ETH had gone down to $0.50, halving the value of my ETH holdings. I was even on the first BTC purchase finally, but was now down 50% on the ETH I had bought.
The good news was that this made me start to look at things more seriously. Where I had skimmed white papers and gotten a superficial understanding of the technology before FOMO’ing, I started to act as an investor, not a speculator. Let me define how I see those two different types of activity:
So what has been my experience as an investor? After sitting out the rest of 2015 because I needed to understand the market better, I bought into ETH quite heavily, with my initial big purchases being in March-April of 2016. Those purchases were in the $11-$14 range. ETH, of course, dropped immediately to under $10, then came back and bounced around my purchase range for a while until December of 2016, when I purchased a lot more at around $8.
I also purchased my first ICO in August of 2016, HEAT. I bought 25ETH worth. Those tokens are now worth about half of their ICO price, so about 12.5ETH or $12500 instead of the $25000 they would be worth if I had just kept ETH. There are some other things with HEAT that mean I’ve done quite a bit better than those numbers would suggest, but the fact is that the single best thing I could have done is to hold ETH and not spend the effort/time/cost of working with HEAT. That holds true for about every top-25 token on the market when compared to ETH. It certainly holds true for the many, many tokens I tried to trade in Q1-Q2 of 2017. In almost every single case I would have done better and slept better had I just held ETH instead of trying to be smarter than Mr. Market.
But, I made money on all of them except one because the crypto market went up more in USD terms than any individual coin went down in ETH or BTC terms. This underlines something that I read somewhere and that I take to heart: A rising market makes everyone seem like a genius. A monkey throwing darts at a list of the top 100 cryptocurrencies last year would have doubled his money. Here’s a chart from September that shows 2017 year-to-date returns for the top 10 cryptocurrencies, and all of them went up a *lot* more between then and December. A monkey throwing darts at this list there would have quintupled his money.
When evaluating performance, then, you have to beat the monkey, and preferably you should try to beat a Wall Street monkey. I couldn’t, so I stopped trying around July 2017. My benchmark was the BLX, a DAA (Digital Asset Array – think fund like a Fidelity fund) created by ICONOMI. I wasn’t even close to beating the BLX returns, so I did several things.
  1. I went from holding about 25 different tokens to holding 10 now. More on that in a bit.
  2. I used those funds to buy ETH and BLX. ETH has done crazy-good since then and BLX has beaten BTC handily, although it hasn’t done as well as ETH.
  3. I used some of those funds to set up an arbitrage operation.
The arbitrage operation is why I kept the 11 tokens that I have now. All but a couple are used in an ETH/token pair for arbitrage, and each one of them except for one special case is part of BLX. Why did I do that? I did that because ICONOMI did a better job of picking long-term holds than I did, and in arbitrage the only speculative thing you must do is pick the pairs to trade. My pairs are (No particular order):
I also hold PLU, PLBT, and ART. These two are multi-year holds for me. I have not purchased BTC once since my initial $200, except for a few cases where BTC was the only way to go to/from an altcoin that didn’t trade against ETH yet. Right now I hold about the same 0.3BTC that I held after my first $100 purchase, so I don’t really count it.
Looking forward to this year, I am positioning myself as follows:
Looking at my notes, I have two other things that I wanted to work into this email that I didn’t get to, so here they are:
  1. Just like with free apps and other software, if you are getting something of value and you didn’t pay anything for it, you need to ask why this is. With apps, the phrase is “If you didn’t pay for the product, you are the product”, and this works for things such as pump groups, tips, and even technical analysis. Here’s how I see it.
    1. People don’t give tips on stocks or crypto that they don’t already own that stock or token. Why would they, since if they convince anyone to buy it, the price only goes up as a result, making it more expensive for them to buy in? Sure, you will have friends and family that may do this, but people in a crypto club, your local cryptocurrency meetup, or online are generally not your friends. They are there to make money, and if they can get you to help them make money, they will do it. Pump groups are the worst of these, and no matter how enticing it may look, stay as far away as possible from these scams. I even go so far as to report them when I see them advertise on FB or Twitter, because they are violating the terms of use.
    2. Technical analysis (TA) is something that has been argued about for longer than I’ve been alive, but I think that it falls into the same boat. In short, TA argues that there are patterns in trading that can be read and acted upon to signal when one must buy or sell. It has been used forever in the stock and foreign exchange markets, and people use it in crypto as well. Let’s break down these assumptions a bit.
i. First, if crypto were like the stock or forex markets we’d all be happy with 5-7% gains per year rather than easily seeing that in a day. For TA to work the same way in crypto as it does in stocks and foreign exchange, the signals would have to be *much* stronger and faster-reacting than they work in the traditional market, but people use them in exactly the same way.
ii. Another area where crypto is very different than the stock and forex markets centers around market efficiency theory. This theory says that markets are efficient and that the price reflects all the available information at any given time. This is why gold in New York is similar in price to gold in London or Shanghai, and why arbitrage margins are easily <0.1% in those markets compared to cryptoland where I can easily get 10x that. Crypto simply has too much speculation and not enough professional traders in it yet to operate as an efficient market. That fundamentally changes the way that the market behaves and should make any TA patterns from traditional markets irrelevant in crypto.
iii. There are services, both free and paid that claim to put out signals based on TA for when one should buy and sell. If you think for even a second that they are not front-running (Placing orders ahead of yours to profit.) you and the other people using the service, you’re naïve.
iv. Likewise, if you don’t think that there are people that have but together computerized systems to get ahead of people doing manual TA, you’re naïve. The guys that I have programming my arbitrage bots have offered to build me a TA bot and set up a service to sell signals once our position is taken. I said no, but I am sure that they will do it themselves or sell that to someone else. Basically they look at TA as a tip machine where when a certain pattern is seen, people act on that “tip”. They use software to see that “tip” faster and take a position on it so that when slower participants come in they either have to sell lower or buy higher than the TA bot did. Remember, if you are getting a tip for free, you’re the product. In TA I see a system when people are all acting on free preset “tips” and getting played by the more sophisticated market participants. Again, you have to beat that Wall Street monkey.
  1. If you still don’t agree that TA is bogus, think about it this way: If TA was real, Wall Street would have figured it out decades ago and we would have TA funds that would be beating the market. We don’t.
  2. If you still don’t agree that TA is bogus and that its real and well, proven, then you must think that all smart traders use them. Now follow that logic forward and think about what would happen if every smart trader pushing big money followed TA. The signals would only last for a split second and would then be overwhelmed by people acting on them, making them impossible to leverage. This is essentially what the efficient market theory postulates for all information, including TA.
OK, the one last item. Read this weekly newsletter – You can sign up at the bottom. It is free, so they’re selling something, right? 😉 From what I can tell, though, Evan is a straight-up guy who posts links and almost zero editorial comments.
Happy 2018.
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Chaz Schmidt (u/chazschmidt) answers r/ethtraders questions

Hi, Welcome to conversation four in the Ethereum Community Series, today with u/chazschmidt! Chaz is a core contributor of EthHub, content writer @ settlefinance... and he's working on a secret new project. He's also a research analyst at readysetcrypto. You can find him on Twitter, at @chazschmidt.
If you're new to this, please check out earlier conversations with jtnichol, Ameen Soleimani and Vitalik Buterin. Thanks to the people who posted and upvoted today's questions.
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Weekly Update: Welcome $INE to ParJar, 130k tips in 24 hours, XIO Startups Round I, Constellation mainnet... – 22 Nov - 28 Nov'19

Weekly Update: Welcome $INE to ParJar, 130k tips in 24 hours, XIO Startups Round I, Constellation mainnet... – 22 Nov - 28 Nov'19
Hi everyone! Here’s your week at Parachute + partners (22 Nov - 28 Nov'19):

In this week’s Parena, Light's Nervous Nightingale took home the grand prize of 25k $PAR. Here’s Cap and Ice at a Chainlink Offchain Protocol event to spread the word on ParJar. Benjamin hosted a trivia in TTR based on the 3rd edition of his "Foundations of Fantom" series. Chris will be hosting a Thanksgiving Fantasy Football contest next week with a 100k $PAR pot. Hot damn! This week’s Two-for-Tuesday by Gian had the theme: units of time. Cool! TTR embarked on a crazy tipping adventure that could have broken Telegram. With 150k $PAR on the line, it’s amazing how robustly ParJar performed amidst this madness. By the end of the day, they reached 130k tips. Amazeballs! Charlotte’s Math trivia was fun as always. In the latest #PFFL update shared by Andy, the folks who are into the playoffs are Hang, Clinton, Alexis, Andy and Chris. Nilz, Ken, Kamo, Connor and Cap will be clashing for the remaining playoff spot. In the #FPL update for Game Week 13 shared by LordHades, LH is still leading the table with NovelCloud and Alexis following closely behind. Doc Vic (from Cuba) hosted another Champions League wager in TTR this week. $INE, the native token of IntelliShare project, was added to ParJar this week. Welcome! For more on what’s in store for ParJar, make sure to read Cap’s biweekly digestive.
Lolarious stuff from Tito. Haha!
aXpire’s Bilr intro video explains how the platform works. The latest updates from the project can be seen here. This week’s $AXPR burn saw 20k tokens sent to the genesis address. CEO Gary Markham will be speaking at a Hedge Fund Association event on Digital Assets on the 11th of December in NYC. The new website is out as well. Few weeks back, 2gether CEO Ramón Ferraz attended a Cecabank event on Securities as a speaker which was covered by the news outlet Expansión. Here's the full article. And thanks guys for the shoutout to my Hackernoon article (which I wrote with my co-author Rohit) on 5 Must Have Crypto Asset Management Tools. Founding Partner Luis Estrada travelled to the Fintech Innovation Summit 2019 to talk all things crypto and blockchain. The first group of potential XIO incubatees were revealed this week. Both are familiar names for Parachuters. They are Uptrennd and Opacity. Voting will begin on the 6th of December. Learn more about Round One from Zachary’s explainer video and email. An early sentiment poll of $1UP vs $OPQ was also put up. This led to an interesting consideration: should all nominated startups be stakeable instead of making it a competition. Did you know the USD value of total $BOMB tokens burned till date was ~144k. That is insane! The first $XIO liquidity pool on Uniswap was also started this week. Watch the explainer video to see how it works. Looks like Shingo from Ethos will be dipping his feet in the pool too. This is essentially what Zachary refers to as Proof-of-Liquidity. In a bit of a sobering news, Wysker filed for bankruptcy last week. Running a startup is hard. Best wishes from the Parachute crew on your next journey. As a Black Friday Surprise, referral earnings on Birdchain will be more over this weekend. For other updates, watch the video by CEO Joao Martins.
The $XIO liquidity pool on Uniswap is a pretty ingenious solution for low marketcap projects
Few weeks back, we had shared that Fantom was hosting a blockchain challenge at the AfricArena 2019 Summit with XAR Network. Here’s a summary from the contest. Congratulations to HouseAfrica. The BUIDL contest announced few weeks back was expanded to increase the prize pool and include developers working on the Cosmos stack as well. Click here for the latest technical update. The Afghan Ministry of Health will be using Fantom's public chain to fight the menace of counterfeit drugs and for other public health initiatives. Read more about it here. The news was covered by Coinspeaker, CryptoDiffer, Gagarin News, ICO Analytics and Upblock. Upblock’s review report on the project (along with an $FTM giveway) was also published this week. Anybody still unclear with what Fantom does should definitely see this video made by Blockcove and read the Fantom Vision by CMO Michael Chen. In light of Uptrennd’s nomination to the XIO Incubator Round I, founder Jeff Kirdeikis hosted an AMA. Original Content is always appreciated on the platform and the video guide explains how to create one. When you rank up on the platform, your points get locked. 30% of all those locked up points are burned each month to increase scarcity. The 2020 roadmap looks exciting! An Opacity Economic Advisory Board will be set up soon to explore optimisation of $OPQ tokenomics. Read more about it here. The Hydro crew travelled to a FinTech Friday event hosted by Barclays in NYC this week. Check out the latest Hydro Labs dev update here. The project is one of the semi-finalists at MassChallenge FinTech to be held in December. Good Luck! PayTrie is the latest dApp to join the Hydro dApp store as a 3rd party partner. For the latest update on the store, click here.
Potluck at Hydro HQ on Thanksgiving
As part of Silent Notary’s new marketing push, the first advertising campaign kick started on masternodes.online and foundico.com. And another feature on The Bitcoin News. Don’t forget to make a note of the updates in $SNTR Telegram channels. As mentioned last week, Sentivate crew sat down for an AMA with The Gem Hunters this week. Here’s the transcript. P.S. It includes the first glimpse of Artifacts as promised. Click here and here for the first glimpses of the Mycro Hunter app. OST is looking for a Senior Product Manager to join their crew. Apply if you’re up for it. SelfKey fans, make sure to vote for your favourite dashboard setup on the platform. The team, travelled to the Asia Cryptocurrency Investment Forum in Bangkok this week. Hope you had an opportunity to say Hi if you were around. The Constellation mainnet, Hypergraph, will launch soon. But what happens to your ERC20 $DAG tokens? Fret not. The team will put out detailed instructions for the swap to mainnet. Here's an article and video to start with. VP Finance Mateo Gold goes into more details of the swap. New to Constellation? Watch this community-made video that explains what the project is all about. Like Fantom, Upblock also published a detailed review report on Constellation. Their AMA with Chainlink was this week. Next week’s Arena Match Raffle is sponsored by Space Misfits.
Winner of the next Arena Match Raffle will take home The Behemoth Blueprint worth ~USD 300
Catch up on the latest on District0x from the District Weekly. The District Registry was deployed to mainnet and has been running without hiccups. Read more about it in the Dev Update. The Nasdaq Composite was added to Pynk’s price prediction platform this week. Congratulations to Van P for winning the first Shuffle Raffle built by Trooper George. Harmony’s BEP2-ERC20 bridge now works both ways. The results of the 3 month survey from MBA researchers of UW Foster School exploring market readiness of Harmony are out. They indicate that the Credit Unions, Trade Finance and Mobile Data industries are ripe for disruption by Harmony. Go get’em! Harmony's Pangaea, an experimental game to interact with Harmony, development is progressing as scheduled. Harmony is now integrated with the IncognitoChain project which allows cryptocurrencies to be transacted privately using sidechains. Even those cryptos which are not primarily built as privacy coins. Noice! Click here to find out how to transact $ONE tokens privately. CEO Stephen Tse’s yearly review of updates will be a lifesaver for anyone who’s missed all Harmony news so far.

And with that, it’s a wrap. See you again soon. Cheers!
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