Sup folks! Here’s your week at Parachute + partners (4 Oct - 10 Oct'19):submitted by abhijoysarkar to ParachuteToken [link] [comments]
First off, super congratulations to Alexis for becoming a Parachute admin. Woot woot! In the words of Cap: "Long overdue and much appreciated!". Doc Victor hosted a games trivia in Tiproom with 2500 $PAquestion prize. 10 questions. Charlotte’s Math and Voice Clip trivia in Tiproom were another 10 Qs each at 2500 $PAR per Q. Sweet. Ian got $PAR listed in the newly launched McAfeeDex (more on that later). Thank ya Ian! Cryptopreneurs looking for some guidance? Check out Cap’s recommended reading for the week – Haseeb Qureshi of Dragonfly Capital talks about how "pretty much everyone is winging it", how that's part of the journey and how to move from a maybe to a sure thing. Cap says the article “has a hundred powerful little points for building a company (in any space really) that resonate through what we do here at Parachute”. Great stuff! Parachute announced a partnership with Pynk this week. Pynk is an investment platform that uses crowd wisdom to make investment decisions. They will be using ParJar to share USDC and PAR with their community. Welcome on board Pynksters!
Cap, Ice and Shawn in NYC checking out the new WeWork office
View from the office
Victor’s 10 question Friday trivia at aXpire had a 100 $AXPR prize for each question. Neat! Click here to watch the latest weekly recap from aXpire. The new Resolvr promo video was launched. The Resolvr and Bilr twitter handles were started as well. This week’s $AXPR burn saw 200k tokens removed from total supply permanently. CEO Gary Markham was interviewed by PetaCrunch. 2gether’s Crypto Talent contest got coverage from Being Crypto. Founder Salvador recorded training videos for participants of the contest. The platform was featured in an article on Merca2. Spanish speakers, have a look! Emprende TVE did a quick mention, as the team bid farewell to South Summit and travelled to Freshworks Inc's Experience Roadshow. Read up on CEO Ramon’s thoughts on Facebook’s Libra in this Forbes article published this week. The XIO community voted to keep the twitter public in order to keep content available to non-citizens as well. As part of the Binance Dex listing proposal*, the team continued to answer queries raised by the BNB community. Great bit of chatter on the thread on how the XIO ecosystem will work. Andrew (cryptocoindude) wrote a review of the BOMB project which came out this week.
\[As already shared, the switch to Binance Chain has been shelved. $XIO will continue stay on Ethereum chain. But there will still be a token swap. Details will be shared in a future update]*
Bilr UX: simple and intuitive
The $ETHOS to $VGX rebrand requires collaboration from a large set of partners. In line with this, Shingo announced the Rebrand Partner Program. Plus, a shoutout to Voyager from Scott Melker in his CoinTelegraph article was the perfect way to cap off the week. SelfKey is officially out of beta with the latest update. You can read all about it in the detailed article on SelfKey v1.3.0. Also, a summary of all that has happened in September can be found here. We have covered most of these in previous updates. John McAfee launched his self branded decentralised exchange McAfeeDex. This is the first white label Dex built on the SwitchDex contract. Massive! The news was featured on CoinTelegraph, Decrypt, Bitcoin.com, AMBCrypto, Bitcoinist, Block Publisher, Coinspeaker and U.Today. Here’s a guide on how to use the Dex. The smart contract and front end is open sourced and there are bounties to BUIDL more fun stuff on it. Listing any ERC20 on the McAfeeDex is free and the Dex will support more blockchains in the future. SwitchDex will also be offering anyone the chance to launch their own Dex’es called portals built on their smart contract. Click here to see how. Platform fees from McAfeeDex will be distributed to exchange operators and ESH and SDEX token holders. Want to spend a day with the man himself? Get in on the ESH Trading Competition! Also, the social media bounties were distributed this week.
McAfeeDex vs Others. Check the last row. Haha
For the technically inclined, Andre Cronje’s latest post explains Fantom’s current project status. A community member got Uptrennd’s $1UP token listed on McAfeeDex. Uptrennd underwent some upgrades this week while the community partied on Meme Monday. $1UP deposits are now live on the platform. Plus, a few other updates can be seen here. There’s also a post to read all the details on the deposit feature. Along with the consistent rise in Alexa rankings, Google ranking has steadily gone up as well. Congrats! Here’s looking at you Uptrennd crew! Amazing crypto success story of the week has to be Jarau’s journey of buying a laptop with his earned points on the platform. Even Altcoin Magazine featured this. Big up to ya Jarau! Catch up with the latest District Weekly from District0x by clicking here. Hydro entered into a partnership with OmiseGo to make use of their plasma chain tech so that Hydro Pay doesn’t stall even when Ethereum chain slows down. Biz Dev Mark Anstead was also in DevCon5 in Osaka this week to spread the word on Hydro and to demo OmiseGo’s plasma implementation in Hydro Pay at $OMG’s booth. As the Hydro crew prepared for their webinar on financial wellness to be held in a few weeks, their article on this hit the stands. Co-Founder Mike Kane also wrote about its use-cases and about accelerating of fintech innovation in an Oracle blog post. This week we got to see another sneak peek into the Hydro Vault which is currently under development. Super slick! KPMG Turkey became a certified member of the Hydro Partner Program. This will allow them to offer all Hydrogen solutions to their enterprise clients. Noice!
Hydro Vault is sure to grab some major eyeballs
As part of its Notary Consilium, Silent Notary set up a dedicated Telegram group for this. In the run up to DevCon5 at Osaka, beta testing of OST’s Pepo app saw it become the #1 non-game Ethereum dApp. Awesomeness! The formal live beta launch of Pepo saw founder Jason Goldberg and co-founder Benjamin Bollen introduce the app for the first time at Building the New Web and EthPlanet Lightning Talks events to DevCon5 attendees. Don’t forget to get the app today in order to catch your favourite crypto thought leader on there – from Bobby Ong to Amanda Gutterman to Jordan Spence and many more. The launch of Pepo was also covered by Decrypt in a feature article. Click here for pics from the Pepo sponsored Shabu Shabu dinner and pub crawl. Fun! And if you were in Osaka, hope you didn’t miss the Crypto Grows on Trees art exhibition. Another event sponsored by Pepo. Also, Pepo stats can be tracked on the OSTWatch as well. This week at Constellation involved the core team sharing insights about the project on various platforms. Co-Founder Ben Jorgensen shared some quick thoughts on how the team works on BizDev that makes it stand out from the rest. BD VP Benjamin Diggles travelled to Oregon Venture Blockchain Studio Demo Day to talk about $DAG. Read up on VP of Finance Mathis Goldmann's thoughts on Constellation's role in the future of blockchain - "The solution to this issue (of scalability) is third generation horizontally scalable blockchains like Constellation…". Ben’s interview with FomoHunt had a few easter eggs (*cough partnerships *cough) peppered in between. The Daily Chain covered the project in a detailed feature. Tons of $BAGS tokens were given away this week in a community-based SWOT analysis sprint on the project. Also, here’s a call-to-action for content creators. BAGS is looking for you. Collab opportunity FTW!
And with that, it’s a wrap. See you again soon with another exciting update. Bye!
Good day everyone! Here’s another update for the whirlwind week we had at Parachute and Parachute/ParJar partners. IRL work keeps me from churning these out on time. Working on catching up quickly to try to post future weekly updates faster:submitted by abhijoysarkar to ParachuteToken [link] [comments]
A cool new community started to interact with ParJar this week. HYDRO was added to ParJar and ParJar added to the Hydro group. Fantom did a shoutout and CoinPedia also tweeted about ParJar. Thank you guys! Which makes me think, if this shoutout of the shoutout to our original shoutout is shoutouted by Fantom again, would it be a shoutoutception? Hmm. Also, we had our quirkiest game in ParJar yet. Parachuters had to use this site to find the most bizarre item. Best ones would win some cool PAR. Haha! The top picks were from Patri cko, Cryptovan and Clinton.
New Wonders of the World circa 2019
There’s a new email signup link for folks new to Parachute. If you’re not receiving Cap’s emails, you can sign up there. Close to USD 600 has already been raised for the Charity Parena. Woot! To get in, make a small donation (min USD 5 or crypto equivalent directly and let Jason know or tip Clinton through ParJar) and get a chance to win a 1-of-a-kind shirt from the Parachute Shop! Plus, kiddie gear is now available in the Parachute Shop. All profits from the shop go to charity. Games Master Jason turned 34 this week. Belated Happy Birthday to ya Florida Man! We had uber fun with an accidental Cap discovery this week. Add your favorite number at the end of the following link to jump to any chat in the group. For example the following link takes you to the first ever message in Parachute. Awesome!
Three Good Bois are counting on you to sign up for the Parachute newsletter
The 2gether card was launched on 27th March for use across the Eurozone. The presale event is now listed on ICObench. Make sure to check out the BCT ANN. Admins on their TG are rewarding members with 2GB who make thoughtful posts there. 2gether has an opening for a Java Software Engineer. Have a look at their job listing and apply if you have what it takes! Spanish speakers are in for a treat this week: Cointelegraph discussed about the company in a write-up, founder Salvador’s article on the zero marginal cost concept was featured in a UNIR publication and CEO Ramon’s interview during a Madrid Stock Exchange visit also came out. The 2GT token will be issued as a Virtual Financial Asset (VFA) in Malta. Read more about it here.
2gether is the only one with a regulated token
Still figuring out how to deploy your trading algo to your Binance account? Here’s a detailed look on how to set up your API keys and deploying a strategy to live markets on Binance using the Cryzen Code Studio. Also, belated birthday wishes to Shuvro. Hope you had a great one! Folks who haven’t subscribed to the Cryzen YouTube yet, subscribe now. They now have a custom handle. Community member Jonny did a little Cryzen shoutout towards the end of his detailed Crypto Asset Prediction Series. This week’s Saturday Rock Wars at PurpleCoin was for the best guitarist of all time. Jimi Hendrix won the public vote by a whopping margin. BOMB token is looking for ambassadors who can bring “liquidity, awareness, and education to the project”. Learn more about it here. Checked out Wysker Series yet? These are listicles of bundled relevant content aimed at user growth. Design geeks will find it fascinating. Plus, the app will see a new feature soon called Continuous Wyskering. Jonathan says: “After finishing one story, users will no longer have to go back to the home screen to discover new stories. Instead, the next story in line can be accessed with a simple swipe.” Neat! And finally, Birdchain has partnered with Blocklads to bring educational content to the app's learn tab. Look out for new content in that section!
Shuvro’s ETC bot showing decent gainz
Gigs are now live on MatchBX. Freelancers can create listings for their services directly and job posters can directly hire freelancers from there. Win win! If you’re not sure of what MatchBX is, read up on it here. Plus, the weekly AXPR burn went on as scheduled. Bounty0x crossed 500k+ monthly page views this week with a ~30% return visitor rate. If you’ve participated in a Cures Token bounty on Bounty0x, this article is super relevant. Also, KABN partnered with Bounty0x this week for running promotional bounties for their token offering. The ETHOS token is now listed on the ChangeNOW exchange. Much has been said about the Voyager-ETHOS deal so far. Shingo explains in this article why the partnership will be “setting new standards of transparency”. District0x’s weekly update covers a range of topics including Brady’s interview with A Garden of Crypto on all things District0x.
Altcoin Buzz featured Opacity this week and talked about their current development roadmap which includes the 1.0 site launch (which was also this week). Check out opacity.io for a look and feel of what’s in store for May. Badcredit wrote about Horizon State with a detailed piece. The Minister’s Recreational Fishing Advisory Council was announced this week as well. “The voting process has been transparent and historic - for the first time in South Australian Government history, Blockchain technology was used for the voting process." Big up to Horizon State for becoming a part of history! And finally, they closed off the week with a bang by getting listed on CoinExchange.io. John McAfee talks about Switch around the 11 minute mark in this interview with Satoshi Sean. Blockport was the centrepiece of this Coinvision article that explains the ins and outs of both the exchange as well as the BPT/BPS tokens. The Blockport STO is set for April 15th with more details in this post. If you’re interested and live in the EU or the US, the whitelist procedure is explained here. And finally, onto some Fantom news. Coinspeaker elaborates what the myriad partnerships mean for Fantom in this article. Like last week, Fantom capped off this week too with another exchange listing – ChainX. Boom!
Thank you for taking the time. See you soon with another weekly update. Cheerio!
Money is a tool of exchange; it represents wealth only so long as it can be traded for material goods and services. Wealth does not grow in nature; it has to be produced by men. . .Source: The Objectivist Forum
. . When people refuse to consider the source of wealth, what they refuse to recognize is the fact that wealth is the product of man’s intellect, of his creative ability, fully as much as is art, science, philosophy or any other human value.
So you think that money is the root of all evil? . . . Have you ever asked what is the root of money? Money is a tool of exchange, which can’t exist unless there are goods produced and men able to produce them. Money is the material shape of the principle that men who wish to deal with one another must deal by trade and give value for value. Money is not the tool of the moochers, who claim your product by tears, or of the looters, who take it from you by force. Money is made possible only by the men who produce. Is this what you consider evil?Source: For the New Intellectual
In the case of money, subjective use-value and subjective exchange-value coincide.He also explicitly reminds us that,
Both are derived from objective exchange-value, for money has no utility other than that arising from the possibility of obtaining other economic goods in exchange for it.Source: The Theory of Money and Credit
Money is the tool of men who have reached a high level of productivity and a long-range control over their lives. Money is not merely a tool of exchange: much more importantly, it is a tool of saving, which permits delayed consumption and buys time for future production. To fulfill this requirement, money has to be some material commodity which is imperishable, rare, homogeneous, easily stored, not subject to wide fluctuations of value, and always in demand among those you trade with.Source: Philosophy: Who Needs It
This leads you to the decision to use gold as money. Gold money is a tangible value in itself and a token of wealth actually produced. When you accept a gold coin in payment for your goods, you actually deliver the goods to the buyer; the transaction is as safe as simple barter. When you store your savings in the form of gold coins, they represent the goods which you have actually produced and which have gone to buy time for other producers, who will keep the productive process going, so that you’ll be able to trade your coins for goods any time you wish.
Personally, I’m pulling out the champaign that market behaviour is indeed producing activity levels that can pay for security without inflation, and also producing fee paying backlogs needed to stabilize consensus progress as the subsidy declinesSource
Dima Zaitsev, Head of the International PR & Business Analytics Department at ICOBox, talks about the struggles between cryptocurrency exchanges and some governments.submitted by icobox_io to u/icobox_io [link] [comments]
In Brazil, the fight between Brazilian banks and exchanges continues with gains and losses for both sides. Last week, a large Brazilian bank closed another exchange account. This has caused significant insecurity for Brazilian cryptocurrency enthusiasts.
The purchase and sale of cryptocurrencies are not regulated in the country, even though its tax authorities recognize them as a good and subject them to income tax (at rates varying between 15% and 22%, depending on the gain).
It is incredible to think that Brazil, a country that has more people investing in bitcoins than investors in the stock market, has not yet regulated crypto coins. What was stopping them?
Well, so far, unlike in Australia, Canada, Malta, China, and South Korea, the country has not yet got around to pondering the subject. Whether to ban or to allow, the matter needs to be discussed further.
Because of this, cryptocurrency regulation in Brazil is blocked by conceptual definitions. Experts split in their opinions on the nature of digital coins. For many Brazilian financial experts, cryptocurrencies are still considered only a financial asset and not a real currency.
Meanwhile, in Brazil and around the world cryptocurrency exchanges are clamoring for regulation. Their greatest fear is to remain unregulated. The regulation process brings maturity to the market and is part of the innovation process. For example, Uber and Airbnb have also been regulated, and it only benefitted them and their customers.
Another persistent fear shared by most exchanges is uncertainty, the apprehension that they may be forced to continue operating according to arbitrary rules and be excluded from the process of developing their own regulation.
:thonk:Comment removed from /badeconomics - SnoopBillTwinkle - Created on 07/17/18 00:08:50 UTC - permalink
Damn you Obama!!! No.........Comment removed from /Economics - UberPirate18E - Created on 07/17/18 00:14:51 UTC - permalink
The people’s elbowComment removed from /Economics - TheBestWald - Created on 07/17/18 00:23:47 UTC - permalink
Comment removed from /Economics - choosymoms23 - Created on 07/17/18 01:05:34 UTC - permalinkAnd what other purposes does inflation serve?Honest question, if you don't know this why do you feel competent enough to comment? Is there some other target number you support or are you just bewildered by the whole situation?
sssshhhhhh the SSM circle jerk will be interrupted by facts you fool!Comment removed from /Economics - choosymoms23 - Created on 07/17/18 01:07:32 UTC - permalink
Comment removed from /Economics - TheHatler - Created on 07/17/18 01:52:31 UTC - permalinkwhy do you feel competent enough to comment?Why do I feel competent enough to ask a question so that I can become more competent? I believe you are either very misunderstood, or very naive.
The people who know the answer to what you're asking don't learn it from strangers on the internet. Consider that this is where you chose to become competent and go from there.Comment removed from /Economics - choosymoms23 - Created on 07/17/18 02:00:13 UTC - permalink
I went to open another account with them, cause they are my bank. Some greeter person asked me if I had an appointment...I didn’t. It’s a bank, who makes appointments? They said to make one online and come back then - I looked around and the fucking lobby was empty. May they finish disappearing quickly.Comment removed from /Economics - brotherRod2 - Created on 07/17/18 02:03:09 UTC - permalink
"national emergency should be declared"Comment removed from /Economics - zzzzz94 - Created on 07/17/18 02:32:54 UTC - permalink
this sub is such a joke
Oh my you totally showed me wrong with thoughts and reasoning, good job sir!!!Comment removed from /Economics - choosymoms23 - Created on 07/17/18 02:47:19 UTC - permalink
People are actually taking time writing thoughtful responses on this thread and all you're doing is replying with cheap passive aggressive criticisms. I'm not going to pretend to know economics so no I don't have anything on this thread to contribute, but I'm not being rude to those that are either. YouTube has some excellent videos on breathing exercises and meditation if you're ever interested in getting frustrations out in a healthier manner.Comment removed from /Economics - r-e-d-d-i-t - Created on 07/17/18 02:57:21 UTC - permalink
Comment removed from /Economics - choosymoms23 - Created on 07/17/18 03:01:35 UTC - permalinkPeople are actually taking time writing thoughtful responses on this threadooooh yessah I can tell! Sometimes people even respond to the point!
Why are you silencing inquiry with your insults?Comment removed from /Economics - likechoklit4choklit - Created on 07/17/18 03:07:54 UTC - permalink
You're actively dissuading a persuit for understanding because you're judging the quality of the fora; While offering literally no alternatives; Just unbridled contempt for the audacity to be in a space that you, for some reason, want to curate into an elitist club for emotionally myopic.
Comment removed from /Economics - choosymoms23 - Created on 07/17/18 03:25:04 UTC - permalink(1 ) Guarantee you have nothing to say about this <--called itYeah I predicted your incompetent behavior. What now? Staring at your computer screen with your dumb fucking mouth wide open?
to type out a vastly unverified yet very specific sounding statement such as thisDidn't call it but wow you also have nothing to say about this either? You were blindly making up bullshit, why do you think that's ok to do? No fucking answer again, huh genius?
Do you just type out bullshit that's wrong and then jump to more bullshit when you're called out? It costs you nothing to spout bs and then other people have to spend time showing why you're wrong? Look at you.
Not every year from 1980 to 2018, just over the entire periodGo ahead and compare that to the gains from 2014q2-2018q2. What do you find? oh wait, did you want to be the only mother fucker that can cherry pick dates? Go on, what do you find? I'll wait.
Like I said no real gains.literally quotes real gains ... then says no real gains ... lol there is nothing you can say to back up this drivel, one more stupid redditor found out on the internet
nope, this isn't what a pursuit for understanding looks like, not in the slightest lolComment removed from /Economics - choosymoms23 - Created on 07/17/18 03:29:28 UTC - permalink
Too late. Lmfao.Comment removed from /Economics - WarrenBuffett_ - Created on 07/17/18 03:54:31 UTC - permalink
I am enjoying the markets to be honest. Keeps me on my toes. Not to mention the potential for sweeping competition that can generate. Haha.Comment removed from /Economics - dialecticwizard - Created on 07/17/18 04:03:53 UTC - permalink
Very true!Comment removed from /Economics - WarrenBuffett_ - Created on 07/17/18 04:31:18 UTC - permalink
I have just got to be more alert these days. The markets are rolling over and over in daily timescales. Come the weekend, I am like. Waah? LOL.Comment removed from /Economics - dialecticwizard - Created on 07/17/18 04:43:59 UTC - permalink
Yeah, I can see.Comment removed from /Economics - WarrenBuffett_ - Created on 07/17/18 05:00:56 UTC - permalink
You are bringing ideology into this where it doesn't need to be. I don't want to hear about your gripe with "misogyny".Comment removed from /Economics - SwineFluPandemic - Created on 07/17/18 05:03:55 UTC - permalink
If anything is a national emergency it is the complete lack of awareness Dalio has that his own prescription for the financial crises (QE) is the largest driver of the wealth gap today, not AI LOLOLComment removed from /Economics - rah311 - Created on 07/17/18 05:22:25 UTC - permalink
Anyone else tired of winning yet?Comment removed from /Economics - lawfairy - Created on 07/17/18 05:24:10 UTC - permalink
Putin trade warComment removed from /Economics - supersnaps - Created on 07/17/18 05:26:08 UTC - permalink
what? don't followComment removed from /Economics - lingben - Created on 07/17/18 05:28:03 UTC - permalink
MAGA!Comment removed from /Economics - 1-grain-of-sand - Created on 07/17/18 05:55:19 UTC - permalink
The Poor spend their money; the middle class bury their money; and the Rich multiply their money.Comment removed from /AskEconomics - rmunoz066 - Created on 07/17/18 06:34:32 UTC - permalink
Consumption is a component of GDP. Thus, increasing aggregate demand.
trump is a puppet dancing on a string. Marionette.Comment removed from /Economics - skekze - Created on 07/17/18 07:33:39 UTC - permalink
This is the best defense for why it wasn't laissez faire, but rather government programs, that extended the depression that I've found.Comment removed from /AskEconomics - ChimBlade - Created on 07/17/18 07:47:16 UTC - permalink
Comment removed from /AskEconomics - YIRS - Created on 07/17/18 10:24:17 UTC - permalinkMost monetary economists, particularly those of the “Austrian school,” have observed the close relationship between money supply and economic activity.I don't think this is good economics.
There is definitely a close relationship between the money supply and economic activity.Comment removed from /AskEconomics - YIRS - Created on 07/17/18 10:39:21 UTC - permalink
My issue is that the author of the article seems to think there are schools of thought in economics. It demonstrates a lack of familiarity with modern economics. I would also take issue with an article that referred to a "Socialist school."
I agree, but it is completely irrelevant to the content of the article. The author never referred to the authority of the austrian school, never used their concepts, and didn't praise it in a significant way. Hence I don't see the reason why you claim their economics is bad. You say schools of thought don't matter, yet you reject an article that is pretty much independent of any school of thought because it mentions one in subclause. I can't follow that logic at all.Comment removed from /AskEconomics - electrodraco - Created on 07/17/18 10:46:24 UTC - permalink
My point is that it's bad to expose new students of economics (like the person who made this post) to incorrect ideas. The article might otherwise be good but I'm sure you could find better.Comment removed from /AskEconomics - YIRS - Created on 07/17/18 10:52:18 UTC - permalink
Then tell me one incorrect austrian idea that is exposed in this article. You could have cited that part in your first part as evidence of bad economics and I would have had no objections. Simply mentioning the history of the austrian school, especially on a part they actually kind of got right and was taken over by modern economists, is not a sign of bad economics. If you claim the economics in the article isn't sound, show it.Comment removed from /AskEconomics - electrodraco - Created on 07/17/18 11:03:40 UTC - permalink
Right now all I see is: The term "Austrians" is present in the article, therefore it's bad economics. I consider that to be one of the worst lines of reasoning.
I never said the article is bad economics. I bolded the phrase "Austrian school" and called that bad economics.Comment removed from /AskEconomics - YIRS - Created on 07/17/18 11:05:22 UTC - permalink
Those tax cuts sure are working for the average American..Comment removed from /Economics - aboucher33 - Created on 07/17/18 11:45:02 UTC - permalink
Betteridge's law of headlines strikes again.Comment removed from /Economics - diogenesofthemidwest - Created on 07/17/18 18:06:41 UTC - permalink
BitcoinComment removed from /Economics - ElephantGlue - Created on 07/17/18 18:12:42 UTC - permalink
Let me guess, Russia is on the list but at the bottom, right? Fuckin russian trolls are going full steam this week.Comment removed from /Economics - DonaIdTrump-Official - Created on 07/17/18 19:04:49 UTC - permalink
RUSSIA IS A GAS STATION
No. We just need to shift a majority of manufacturing into mega-yachts.Comment removed from /Economics - Kyrias - Created on 07/17/18 19:25:55 UTC - permalink
Something something plight of the proletariatComment removed from /Economics - bluemagic124 - Created on 07/17/18 19:28:11 UTC - permalink
Well, would be great if we would manufacture something ;) >inb4 increasing total productivityComment removed from /Economics - aDAMNPATRIOT - Created on 07/17/18 20:30:21 UTC - permalink
Anything us normies use would be great
Oh is it?Comment removed from /Economics - Que_n_fool_STL - Created on 07/17/18 20:47:28 UTC - permalink
Lol my first reaction was this. I feel this shit is just said for face now.Comment removed from /Economics - BlowerOTrees - Created on 07/17/18 20:54:05 UTC - permalink
It sounds like you have absolutely zero idea what you're talking about. Just who do you think owns US stocks? It's mostly. EU/US/Commonwealth old people and their pension funds.Comment removed from /Economics - europeanconsumer - Created on 07/17/18 20:55:15 UTC - permalink
He doesn’t give a fuckComment removed from /Economics - sumdumidiom - Created on 07/17/18 21:02:23 UTC - permalink
I’m onboard for this! Anchors aweigh boys!Comment removed from /Economics - solreaper - Created on 07/17/18 21:03:23 UTC - permalink
Huh I guess your best defense is a flimsy offense.Comment removed from /Economics - regalrecaller - Created on 07/17/18 21:07:17 UTC - permalink
Fuck the Fed. They're the same people who said the fact that the general fear of the workforce in keeping their jobs was a good sign for future corporate profits.Comment removed from /Economics - gustoreddit51 - Created on 07/17/18 21:22:18 UTC - permalink
That’s because Russia is a shit hole?Comment removed from /Economics - redvelvet92 - Created on 07/17/18 21:45:20 UTC - permalink
One of the biggest villains in this story is... BIG PHARMA (and other special interests that don’t give a shit about people, only dollars).Comment removed from /Economics - drKRB - Created on 07/17/18 21:45:46 UTC - permalink
Yeah if russian insurance companies have to force drivers to install dash cams before giving coverage, then your people are untrustworthy garbage. Their whole culture revolves around screwing people to get aheadComment removed from /Economics - DonaIdTrump-Official - Created on 07/17/18 21:47:04 UTC - permalink
But my 401k is fine, so it's all good. /sComment removed from /Economics - cheebear12 - Created on 07/17/18 21:53:35 UTC - permalink
Thank you Captain Obvious.Comment removed from /Economics - Reddituser45005 - Created on 07/17/18 22:27:47 UTC - permalink
Audit the FedComment removed from /Economics - User01262016 - Created on 07/17/18 22:39:25 UTC - permalink
Tell that to the millions of family trying to make ends meet, they have been troubled for a lot longer than you, fucking entitled boomer.Comment removed from /Economics - Illford - Created on 07/17/18 22:56:41 UTC - permalink
Absolutely, their economy size is also laughably small for the amount of citizens. Overall, it is just shit.Comment removed from /Economics - redvelvet92 - Created on 07/17/18 23:00:06 UTC - permalink
If workers want a share of profits they should purchase shares.Comment removed from /Economics - Market_Feudalism - Created on 07/17/18 23:00:53 UTC - permalink
It isn't a flimsy offense, it is the literal truth. I don't know how he could've made it clearer.Comment removed from /Economics - redvelvet92 - Created on 07/17/18 23:05:22 UTC - permalink
End the Fed.Comment removed from /Economics - TreePorcupine - Created on 07/17/18 23:12:28 UTC - permalink
Jesus Christ that site is pure aids. I can’t read more than one paragraph without a pop upComment removed from /Economics - think_up - Created on 07/17/18 23:26:30 UTC - permalink
It’s almost as if a lack of transparency has enabled corruption to exist all over the place!Comment removed from /Economics - By73_M3 - Created on 07/17/18 23:35:31 UTC - permalink
If you want to comment you should have something worthwhile to say.Comment removed from /Economics - By73_M3 - Created on 07/17/18 23:37:54 UTC - permalink
Bitcoin steers past the $9,000 mark and is approaching $10,000 on reports that Facebook is soon set to launch its own cryptocurrency. 4 Stocks to Win Big as Bitcoin Nears $10,000 Home ETH/BTC -after the trendline resistance breakout last July 6 -it has now pullback to retest and flip into new support? -I recommend buying in this area of confluence -provided this zone will hold for a couple of days -and bullish reversal signs are seen, this will add extra confirmation -let us wait also if ETH will react on the 50D MA support -for now, market... This will bring Bitcoin’s value proposition closer in line with that of gold. Bitcoin’s halving event is predicted to occur on May 12, 2020. Stock-to-Flow and the Price of Bitcoin. According to PlanB’s stock-to-flow model, there is a statistically significant relationship between Bitcoin’s SF and the market price of bitcoins. Bitcoin is up again Friday as losses are seen in U.S. stock futures. Following a rise of 23% over the last two days, though, the rally looks overstretched and the gains may be short-lived. A stock, on the other hand, is a collection of shares of a member, converted into a single fund, that is fully paid up. Article Sources Investopedia requires writers to use primary sources to
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I see no REAL EVIDENCE that bitcoin is in anyway correlated to the stock market, either the Dow Jones or the S&P 500. Bitcoin is tremendously volatile as investors seek the assets true market value. CNBC's Dominic Chu takes a look at the volatility in both equities and cryptocurrencies markets, and which risk scenario could be better for investors. » Sub... Trade Genius Stock Market News 12,565 views 17:04 Bitcoin At $1 Million By 2020 Is Still Possible And Might Be A Discount Says James Altucher - Duration: 13:56. Bitcoin rose alongside the S&P 500, breaking towards its technical resistance level of $9,400. But heading into the new week, the cryptocurrency is facing new challenges in the form of corporate ... Bitcoin is the most popular cryptocurrency with the highest cost (as of this video). There are a lot of videos talking about the revolutionary blockchain, but very few videos actually going ...