#1  From now on here when people respond with “Buy The Dip”…

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@misc      By Gen Anti Fruit      4 hours ago

They should have to post a pic they actually ”bought” something and followed their own advice.

Not gonna happen but just a funny thought.

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#2  Finance/Money Websites, Tutorials, Podcasts etc

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@misc      By mysticmoron109      1 day ago

Quick intro..

I am a CPA and have recently obtained a law degree. I live in an offshore jurisdiction so private equity is a big area for me and one where I will likely set my roots in during my legal career.

That being said, I would be most grateful for some educational sources dealing with market issues and forecasts etc.

With Russian potentially banning cryptocurrencies there are obviously a lot of moving parts right now and top notch quick information becomes priceless.

Some of the sites I use are very basic:

visit this link www.bloomberg.com
visit this link www.marketwatch.com

Are there any youtube channels or whatever that really give valuable insight into these things?

Also, the financial movies are very interesting to me so if you could post some of those that would be great too.

The Big Short
Too Big to Fail
Rogue Trader
The Smartest Men In The Room

cheers and blessings

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#3  El Salvador just bought 410 bitcoins

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@misc      By thatfrenchguy      1 day ago

How does the average person from that country feel about this ?

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#4  Blockchains are Cities

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@misc      By Negusis      1 day ago

Very good article on blockchain technology and equating it to cities and infrastructure.


visit this link https://medium.com/dragon .. s-564327013f86

Will we live in a multi-chain world, or will there be “one chain to rule them all”?

It depends on your mental model of what blockchains are.

People usually describe L1 blockchains as networks, e.g. the Ethereum network, the Solana network. This implies that blockchains are endlessly extensible like the Internet, or Telegram, or Facebook. If blockchains are networks, then network effects will dominate, and one blockchain will win.

But networks are the wrong analogy for blockchains. Blockchains are physically constrained. Blockchains cannot expand to infinite block space because blockchains require many independent small validators; if blocks were arbitrarily big, the blockchain would no longer be decentralized.

Smart contract chains are more like cities. If you embrace this mental model, then the dynamics around L1 blockchains becomes less mysterious.

Everyone loves to complain about Ethereum.

It’s expensive. It’s congested, it’s slow, it was built so long ago that nothing works like it should, and nothing seems to ever improve. It’s so stupidly expensive, only the wealthy can afford to transact there.

Ethereum is New York City.

Sure, New York is a happening place! It has all the biggest banks, the most billionaires, the hottest brands and celebrities. In the same way, Ethereum has all the biggest DeFi protocols, the most TVL, the hottest DAOs and NFTs.

But it’s expensive. If you’re an up-and-comer, you’re priced out. Maybe if you bought a*sets early, you could’ve gotten rich. But today, the prices will eat you alive, and there’s just not enough room to fit everyone. The billionaires might be fine, but the next generation will have to go elsewhere.

So how do you scale New York?

There are three paths to scaling a city.

Path #1: build up. Land might be limited, but you can always go vertical. By building taller and taller cities, you can fit a lot more people in the same physical land.

But building up is not a complete answer. There’s a limit to how tall a skyscraper can be, and even skyscrapers cannot escape the congestion of the underlying city. If I live in a Manhattan high-rise, and you live in a different high-rise, if I want to visit you, I have to descend to the ground floor, hail an expensive taxi, and f*ght Manhattan traffic. We don’t escape the fundamental constraint — Manhattan is cramped.

L2 and rollups are the blockchain equivalent of skyscrapers. Each rollup is like a vertical blockchain that extends from the ground L1. There’s a lot of headroom in a rollup! But to visit one rollup from another, you have to exit to Ethereum down below and deal with its underlying traffic.

Building upward helps — it fits way more people into the city — but it’s not a complete answer. If Ethereum is crowded now, it’ll be crowded after rollups too (the billionaires can afford to stay on L1 and pay the fees).

So how else can you scale blockchains?

Path #2 is “interoperability networks” like Polkadot or Cosmos.

Polkadot and Cosmos offer SDKs for developers to launch application-specific blockchains — a small blockchain dedicated to a single application. All of these blockchains are connected by a routing system — the Relay Chain for Polkadot, the Cosmos Hub for Cosmos.

In the city metaphor, this is like creating a network of small towns that only do one thing. Here there’s a little mining town, over there a bunch of factories, then a farming town, then a town that’s just outlet stores. Each of these are connected along a massive highway system.

That works. There are some places that will be built that way. Factory towns and farming towns are a thing, but they’re not the lion’s share of where people live and do business. You’ll need more than a smattering of small towns to absorb a growing population.

That leaves #3, the last approach on how to scale a city: build another one.

This is what Solana, Avalanche, and NEAR have each done.

When you build a new city, you have to first reduplicate a lot of infrastructure. It seems redundant. Each new city requires another set of roads, another police station, a school, a hospital. In the same way, every new L1 requires another block explorer, another fiat onramp, a native AMM, an NFT marketplace. It’s redundant, but every L1 needs those basics to get off the ground.

But the nice thing about building a new city is that each city can be built differently.

Take Solana for example — Solana is LA. It’s big and sprawling and cheap compared to Manhattan. You can be a starving actor and get by in LA! Ignore that east coast fixation on decentralization — move your app to Solana, launch your NFT, and capture your 10 minutes of fame.

Sure, Solana isn’t the most decentralized. But games and NFTs don’t need that much decentralization to begin with. The weather’s great, fees are low, and no one takes themselves too seriously.

What’s Avalanche then? I’d say Avalanche is Chicago: trying to be the next Wall Street, but newer, cheaper, more aggressive. It’s cold up there, but Avalanche’s specialization in finance and trading gives the city energy and self-confidence. It’s hard not to bet on it rising.

And NEAR? NEAR is San Francisco — built for web3 techies. It’s an idealistic city, full of people who want to fulfill the Ethereum 3.0 dream. In their minds, sharding is the only way forward long-term.

The important thing about these cities is not just that they’re big and open for business. Each has a different vision of what a city should be and how it should be governed. They each accept different tradeoffs, adopt unique values, and attract different industries.

So will we live in a multi-chain world, or will there be “one chain to rule them all”?

Here’s the question reframed: will we live in a multi-city world, or will there be one city to rule them all?

The answer is obvious. There’s a power law distribution to city dominance, but there are many cities that matter.

No metaphor is perfect. But I find this mental model useful for predicting how L1s will evolve.

I’ll leave you with six things this model predicts:

1. The future will be multichain.

2. Ethereum will probably be the most valuable chain because, to quote a famous bank robber: that’s where the money is.

3. Other L1s will be valuable too. But they will continue to differentiate. NYC, LA, Chicago, and Houston are enduring cities because their institutions and cultures are different from each other.

4. L2s matter — skyscraper technology is essential to scaling any city — but they are not the end of the story. L2s are an “and”, not an “or”.

5. Application-specific blockchains will remain niche.

6. In the physical world, transportation accounts for almost half the GDP of housing. If we see anything like that in crypto, cross-chain bridges will become extremely valuable.

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#5  Bitrise anybody?

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@misc      By Sivraj      1 day ago

This seems like a legit project. I'm not a financial adviser just wanted to see what people think of this?

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#6  Top 3 Best NFT Issuers!! Keep An Eye ON THESE!!

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@misc      By The Dogefather      1 day ago

Today, I have a special one for you.

NFTs have been one of the hottest commodities throughout the last year and they simply don’t seem to be stopping any time soon.

Now, while this does in fact symbolise growth for the sector as a whole, NFTs have become riddled with such a high quantity of individual collections that it has indeed become almost impossible to effectively cut out the noise and appreciate the true, intrinsic value of some of these non-fungible projects.

So, in the video I have for you today, I’ll be walking you through the Top 3 NFT brands and issuers in the ecosystem and give you everything you need to know about them. From their origins and history to their existing projects and ongoing developments.

I’ll be analysing the likes of Larva Labs and its Cryptopunks, Meebits and Autoglyphs collections. Dapper Labs and its pioneering NFT project from 2017, the Cryptokitties, its leading-edge eSports collection, NBA TopShot, as well as its digital collectibles and entertainment-focused Flow blockchain. And, finally, Yuga Labs and its wildly, culturally impactful Bored Ape and Mutant Ape Yacht Club.

What fascinates me about Larva, Yuga and Dapper is that they individually ignited a new conceptual paradigm in the NFT space and brought life to the intrinsic, artistic or utility-based value that we see digital collectibles possessing today.

Be it the historicity of Larva’s Cryptopunks, the cutting-edge and highly performant tech of Dapper’s Flow blockchain, or the artistic, cultural and economic shift spearheaded by Yuga’s Bored Ape Yacht Club, the underlying quality uniting all of them is their nature as true artistic staples and trend-setters in the space.

That being said, I’m sure there will be plenty of other incredibly successful NFT brands in the future. But, for now, these are the ones I foresee generating the most value and appreciating exponentially over time.

So, get your non-fungible minds ready, and let’s dive into these Top NFT issuers!


⛓️ 🔗 Useful Links 🔗 ⛓️

Larva Labs: visit this link https://www.larvalabs.com
Cryptopunks: visit this link https://www.larvalabs.com/cryptopunks
Autoglyphs: visit this link https://larvalabs.com/autoglyphs
Meebits: visit this link https://meebits.larvalabs.com
Dapper Labs: visit this link https://www.dapperlabs.com
Cryptokitties: visit this link https://www.cryptokitties.co
NBA TopShot NFT Marketplace: visit this link https://nbatopshot.com
Yuga Labs: visit this link https://www.yugalabs.io
Bored Ape Yacht Club: visit this link https://boredapeyachtclub.com/#/
About Yuga Labs Tweet: visit this link https://twitter.com/yugalabs/status/1…

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#7  Here are levels to watch as Bitcoin f*ghts to avoid $30K July repeat

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@misc      By The Dogefather      1 day ago

Bitcoin (BTC) could well continue falling in the short term now that $40,000 support has disappeared, fresh analysis warns.

In its latest market update on Friday, trading suite Decentrader analyst Filbfilb raised concerns that the day’s $290 million in liquidations was not enough to avert a fresh tumble.

Next stop: $33,000 if leverage unwinds

After reversing at $38,250 overnight, BTC/USD looked decidedly unhealthy at the time of writing, putting in fresh lows prior to the Wall Street open.

Cross-crypto liquidations passed $720 million on the day, but for Filbfilb, this is historically a meager tally, and with liquidity likely concentrated below $38,000, the chances of a cascade being triggered are obvious.

“Liquidations since the push below $40k have been low so far, virtually not even registering on the chart in the grand scheme of things. At the same time, funding remains relatively flat, meaning the bears are winning against margin traders who are almost all underwater,” he wrote.

“We have been talking about the liquidity which likely lies below $38K for some time.”

Should spot price begin to unwind leveraged positions there, the next stop for “relief” lies at $33,000. The update continued:

“If the $38k level is lost with some increased momentum, we are expecting a liquidation event similar to that of 4th December 2021 and a move towards $33k in the first instance, possibly tagging the 100 Week Moving Average, at c.$31,500, but $33,000k also being a potential level for some relief.”

Such an outcome would place Bitcoin on track for a copycat finish to that from July, the month in which it put in a floor just below $30,000 — near its 2021 opening price — before recovering.

Daily close above $40,000 required to usher in rebound

Meanwhile, to secure further upside, things would need to change significantly.

An uptick would have to be accompanied by negative funding rates, showing that shorters were in suitable disbelief at the staying power of a rebound. The ratio of long to short positions should also decline in step, Filfilb argued.

A daily close above $40,000, he concluded, would go some way to permitting such a scenario.

At the time of writing, BTC/USD circled $37,900 as volatility once again increased, data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView showed.

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#8  Powell Hearing: THIS is What The Fed Is Planning!!

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@misc      By The Dogefather      2 days ago

If you’ve been in crypto for more than a few days, you probably know a bit about the importance of the Federal Reserve when it comes to the markets. If not, then this video is definitely for you.

The Federal Reserve is the central bank of the United States, and it’s in charge of monetary policy. Basically, raising or lowering interest rates. The former tends to contract the economy, and the latter tends to expand the economy.

Making sure that employment remains high without causing too much inflation is the Federal Reserve’s mandate, and as I’m sure many of you have noticed, it’s been having a hard time striking a balance between the two lately.

If the Federal Reserve increases interest rates too much, it’s possible that the global economy will collapse. If the Federal Reserve doesn’t increase interest rates at all though, then the dollar risks entering hyper inflation territory.

Luckily we have a hero, and his name is Jerome Powell. Jerome is the chairman of the Federal Reserve, and he was recently nominated for a second term. His task is make sure neither of those two scenarios happen, and he laid it all down in his recent nomination hearing.

That’s what today’s video is about, and if you’re wondering why Jerome’s words are so important, you’ll have to stick around until the end to find out!


⛓️ 🔗 Useful Links 🔗 ⛓️

► Jerome Powell’s Full Nomination Hearing: visit this link https://www.banking.senate.gov/hearin…
► Federal Reserve Interest Rate History: visit this link https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/FE…
► Why Inflation is No Longer “Transitory”: visit this link https://fortune.com/2021/12/03/inflat…
► China Supply Chain Issues: visit this link https://www.nytimes.com/2022/01/16/bu…
► Federal Reserve Dot Plot: visit this link https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articl…
► Interest Rate Hikes Cause Market Rallies: visit this link https://www.cnbc.com/2021/12/10/jim-c…

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#9  What Stocks Should We All Be Buying Thread

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@misc      By Ippo      2 days ago

Come on guys make this a stock thread only any must buys?

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#10  She Scammed $20 Million And Simply Vanished

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#11  You copping this?

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#12  Street f*ghter NFT's

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@misc      By Tounw      2 days ago

Get yourself some Street f*ghter Nft's for only $100 for a pack of 10

visit this link https://wdny.io/street-f*ghter-classic/

Ultra-Rare Street f*ghter Classic NFTS Coming to WAX
The Street f*ghter franchise has found a home on the WAX Blockchain over the past year, and it’s not done yet. Coming in January is the most limited edition to drop yet.
Street f*ghter Classic will take you back to the beginning with old-school art featuring all your favorites including Ryu, Akuma, Chun-Li and more!

What’s Up for Grabs
On January 20, 2022, at 10 am PT/1 pm ET, Street f*ghter Classic will drop on WAX. The series features only 1,000 packs for the equivalent of $100 in WAXP.*

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#13  Cardano Takes Off On DEX Launch, ADA Up 35% In a Week

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@misc      By The Dogefather      3 days ago

Cardano (ADA) is ignoring the overall cryptocurrency markets with sizeable rallies over the past week while Bitcoin consolidates near the $40,000 mark.

Earlier this week, Sundae Swap, a decentralized exchange (DEX) built on Cardano, announced it was ready to go and planning on launching this Thursday.

The launch features five rounds of ISOs available for ADA stakers taking palace on January 25th, January 30th, February 4th, February 9th and February 14th.

The DEX will also feature yield farming. 500,000 SUNDAE will be allocated every day over the first six months of the exchange’s operation to yield farmers pariticipating in the liquidity pools.

Sundae Swap explained in a blog post that its going with a Beta label because:

“While the DEX’s smart contracts have been fully audited and the DEX will meet all industry standards for security, the implementation of fully decentralized governance will not be immediately possible due to existing transaction size limits on the Cardano blockchain.”

ADA has responded well to the news, launching 14% in 24 hours after the announcement. Adding to the hype is Pavia, the first Cardano-based metaverse.

Pavia, named after the city that Italian mathemetician Gerolamo Cardano was born, started selling land parcels in late 2021. There are 100,000 lots in the whole Pavia metaverse, and 60,000 have already been sold. They are available for anyone except US and UK residents due to regulatory uncertainty.

The native token in Pavia is PAVIA, of which 25% was airdropped to Pavia NFT holders after the blockhain snapspot in December 2021, the project explained in a blog post.

“In an ecosystem before DeFi and fully functioning Decentralised Exchanges (DEXs) the tokens along with a small number of other native a*sets are being actively traded on mueseliswap.com which operates a basic, yet functional, order matching system.”

ADA is currently up 30% in the last seven days while most of the market is either down or sideways.

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#14  Crypto Developer Report: Have You SEEN THIS?!

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@misc      By The Dogefather      3 days ago

As you all know, there are lots of ways you can forecast a crypto’s price. You can use technical analysis patterns, you can use on-chain analysis, you can use sentiment analysis, and you can even use plain old Google Search Trends.

However, one important metric that nobody seems to be paying attention to is developer activity. After all, the only way that cryptos gain adoption is if they have some utility or use case, and these are all built by shadowy super coders.

As it so happens, a crypto VC firm called Electric Capital has been releasing annual developer reports using data from GitHub to see which cryptocurrencies have the most developer activity. They recently released their report for 2021, and that’s the focus of today’s video.

I really don’t want to spoil anything, so all I will say here is that I was able to use Electric Capital’s most recent and previous developer reports to put together what I think is a pretty fair prediction of which cryptos could do well in the long term, even during bear markets.

This is a video you absolutely cannot miss, especially since that bear market could come knocking sooner than expected…



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► Electric Capital: visit this link https://www.electriccapital.com/
► Electric Capital Ecosystem Search Tool: visit this link https://electric-capital.github.io/
► Electric Capital Crypto Developer Report 2021: visit this link https://medium.com/electric-capital/e…
► Electric Capital Crypto Developer Report 2020: visit this link https://medium.com/electric-capital/e…
► Electric Capital Crypto Developer Report 2019: visit this link https://medium.com/electric-capital/e…

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#15  On-chain analyst claims Crypto.com hack was closer to $33 million

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@misc      By The Dogefather      3 days ago

Quick Take

The Crypto.com hack may also have included 444 BTC (18.4 million) stolen from the exchange’s custodial wallet.

The alleged attacker has laundered 271 BTC ($11.25 million) via a bitcoin tumbler often used by North Korean hackers.

The Crypto.com security breach that allegedly led to the theft of 4,830 ETH ($15 million) as previously reported might be closer to $33 million, according to the pseudonymous ErgoBTC, an on-chain analyst at bitcoin (BTC) research outfit OXT Research.

Per ErgoBTC’s tweet on Tuesday, an additional 444 BTC ($18.5 million) was siphoned from Crypto.com’s payout wallet. Detailing the suspicious transactions, ErgoBTC said OXT Research first flagged a suspicious payout from the exchange’s custodial wallet to the tune of 52.55 BTC ($2.18 million).

This transaction was followed by “several hundred withdrawals” as noted by ErgoBTC that were later batched into four outputs of 67.75 BTC ($2.81 million) each. These four batched outputs totaling 271 BTC ($11.25 million) were funneled via a bitcoin tumbler — a mixing service that allows users to combine different transactions to make it difficult to trace BTC transfers.

According to ErgoBTC’s tweet, the bitcoin tumbler used by the alleged hacker to launder the 271 BTC is commonly used by Lazarus Group — the notorious North Korean state-backed cybercrime syndicate that has been linked to several crypto exchange hacks.

ErgoBTC also linked another address holding 172.9 BTC ($7.25 million) as belonging to the hackers responsible for the Crypto.com security breach. Details from blockchain explorer Blockchair show that the address received the funds around the same time as the other transactions identified as being part of the Crypto.com hack.

The alleged hacker has yet to route the funds through the bitcoin tumbler service as of the time of writing. Meanwhile, Crypto.com has yet to acknowledge any losses from the incident with the company’s CEO Kris Marszalek stating that user funds were safe — although the exchange did temporarily freeze withdrawals citing reports of suspicious activity. Marszalek also said that the exchange was carrying out an internal investigation into the matter.

We have reached out to Crypto.com and will update this story should we hear back.

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#16  Microsoft makes a Metaverse Move, Buys Activision for $69 Billion

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@misc      By The Dogefather      3 days ago

Microsoft has made its move into the metaverse with nearly $70 billion acquisition of gaming titan Activision.

Activision is the company behind massive hits like “World of Warcraft,” “Diablo,” “Overwatch,” and “Call of Duty” which are all included in the acquisition.

Microsoft will acquire Activision for $95.00 a share in an all-cash transaction totaling $68.7 billion. Once the deal closes, Microsoft will become the third-biggest gaming company in the world by revenue after Tencent and Sony.

“This acquisition will accelerate the growth in Microsoft’s gaming business across mobile, PC, console and cloud and will provide building blocks for the metaverse,” the technology giant said in an announcement.

According to Microsoft CEO and chairman Satya Nadella, “Gaming is the most dynamic and exciting category in entertainment across all platforms today and will play a key role in the development of metaverse platforms.”

“We’re investing deeply in world-class content, community and the cloud to usher in a new era of gaming that puts players and creators first and makes gaming safe, inclusive and accessible to all.”

Microsoft notes how mobile gaming dominates the industry, and how it plans on putting more of a focus on it following the acquisition.

“Mobile is the largest segment in gaming, with nearly 95% of all players globally enjoying games on mobile. Through great teams and great technology, Microsoft and Activision Blizzard will empower players to enjoy the most-immersive franchises, like ‘Halo’ and ‘Warcraft,’ virtually anywhere they want. And with games like ‘Candy Crush,’ Activision Blizzard´s mobile business represents a significant presence and opportunity for Microsoft in this fast-growing segment.”

The combined clout of Microsoft and Activision bodes well for metaverse critics who believe the sector has merit, but feel that the working products such as Axie Infinity (AXS) feel clunky or underdeveloped.

In November of last year, crypto giant Gemini raised $400 million in an effort to build a metaverse in their own vision, one that opposed the centralized path plotted out by Facebook.

Cameron Winklevoss said, “There’s these two parallel paths, in terms of technology right now.”

“There’s a centralized path, like Facebook or Fortnite, that is one step away from being a metaverse, and that’s totally fine. But there is another path, which is the decentralized metaverse and that’s the metaverse where we believe there’s greater choice, independence and opportunity, and there is technology that protects the rights and dignity of individuals.”

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#17  300 Banks to Offer Bitcoin to Clients in First Half of 2022

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@misc      By The Dogefather      3 days ago

Around 300 community banks are expected to launch Bitcoin trading in the first half of 2022 in partnership with Stone Ridge subsidiary NYDIG, according to a report by American Banker.

The plan first became known in July. Over the past few months, banks have been busy ironing out regulatory issues.

Participants interviewed by American Banker claim that they are now close to launching support for Bitcoin after finalizing their partnerships and addressing security concerns linked to the novel a*set class.

Even though the idea of buying Bitcoin from banks might sound like an oxymoron, small banking institutions expect that embracing crypto will help them stay afloat.

Synovus Bank's Zach Bishop sees cryptocurrencies playing a more prominent role in their business. However, he is only cautiously optimistic:

That doesn't mean it's going to disappear in any way.
BankSouth CEO Harold Reynolds has seen a large uptick in cryptocurrency investing among his bank's clients.

Synovus Financial, another small bank in Georgia, plans to add Bitcoin trading to its mobile app later this year.

In May, as reported by U.Today, NYDIG inked a partnership with Fidelity National Information Services (FIS) to help banks roll out their Bitcoin products.

The cryptocurrency firm, which acts as a custodian, keeps clients' funds in cold storage to rule out cybersecurity risks.

In July, NYDIG partnered with financial services technology provider Fiserv to allow hundreds of U.S. banks and credit unions to offer Bitcoin to their customers.

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#18  5 Questions About The Emotional Skills You Need to Succeed

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#19  Web 3: The Future or All HYPE?? What You NEED To Know!!

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  @misc      By The Dogefather      4 days ago

If there is one topic that has gathered a great deal of interest over the past few weeks, it has been that great Web 3 “debate”.

This was started last year when Jack Dorsey decided to take a shot at the concept. He claimed that it was “owned by VCs”. Of course, this drew a lot of criticism especially from those who are currently building in the space.

But, this begs a broader question: Are there grains of truth there? And how “decentralised” is Web3 really?

This is what I explore in my latest video. I give you everything you need to know about Web 3 and how it came about. I compare it to the current status quo on the internet with Web 2.0 and how it really can liberate us from the centralised power brokers we have come to rely on.

I also examine some of the criticisms of Web 3. This includes the risks of financial control that VCs and whales may have on the space as well as the inherently centralised tech it could rely on.

These are all important because knowing what needs to be worked on can help all of us build a more inclusive, scalable and user-friendly Web 3.

So, sit back, relax and enjoy the vid!

P.S. Enjoy the disclaimer, a lot of effort went into it 😉


⛓️ 🔗 Useful Links 🔗 ⛓️

Web 3 Technology: visit this link https://www.preethikasireddy.com/post…
Web 3 Fabric Ventures: visit this link https://medium.com/fabric-ventures/wh…
Moxie Marlinspike Concerns: visit this link https://moxie.org/2022/01/07/web3-fir…
Chris Dixon Blog: visit this link https://onezero.medium.com/why-decent…
Jack Dorsey Tweet: visit this link https://twitter.com/jack/status/14731…
Web 2 vs. Web 3: visit this link https://ethereum.org/en/developers/do…
dYdX Goes Down: visit this link https://cointelegraph.com/news/aws-ou…
Uniswap Removes Stock Tokens: visit this link https://www.trustnodes.com/2021/07/25…
What is a DNS Server: visit this link https://www.businessinsider.com/what-…
Token Vesting: visit this link https://hackernoon.com/token-vesting-…

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#20  Elon Musk Supports DOGE and Its Cofounder with His Classic Tweet

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@misc      By The Dogefather      4 days ago

On Jan. 17, Billy Markus, who co-founded Dogecoin together with Jackson Palmer in 2013 as a parody of Bitcoin, took to Twitter to say that his brainchild (even though Markus is no longer on the project and will never return to coding Doge, according to one of his recent tweets) has grown into something more than simply a joke.

Markus' complaints about Doge critics finds Musk's support

In his tweet, Billy complained that many people in the crypto community still have meltdowns about the fact that Dogecoin appeared as a joke. He insists that by now DOGE is not only a joke crypto but is useful.

The biggest and most influential supporter of Dogecoin, Tesla CEO and centibillionaire Elon Musk, tweeted to support the co-founder of his beloved crypto with a tweet that he already posted before that has become a classic. He wrote: "The most entertaining outcome is the most likely."

DOGE accepted by businesses that are no joke

Recently, several major and small businesses have begun to accept payments in the largest meme cryptocurrency, Dogecoin. Among them is the large U.S. chain of cinemas AMC, gaming behemoth Nexon, Gamestop, as well as the Mark Cuban-owned Dallas Mavericks.

Besides, recently, Tesla has announced that it began to take DOGE payments for some of its merch in the online Tesla Shop.

Doge devs publish the project's first roadmap ever

As reported by U.Today in late December, the Dogecoin Foundation announced the first roadmap in the history of this meme cryptocurrency.

Among its goals are the complete redesign of the Dogecoin.com website and the creation of several projects related to DOGE to boost the coin's adoption. Among them is the deployment of Libdogecoin and GigaWallet.

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