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  • You’ve most likely heard of newest Financial Action Task Force guidelines from this past summer which include new anti-money-laundering standards as well as the Travel Rule. It seems the crypto industry is sweating and gnashing its collective teeth trying to figure out the next move. The deadline for compliance is June 2020 & time is quickly ticking away.
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No one is really explaining the whole story about the FATF guidelines, the Travel Rule & countries are still trying to sort out the compliance & regulation concerns. ================================
That’s why we are excited to welcome David Carlisle, a former US Department of the Treasury’s Office of Terrorism and Financial Intelligence member who is now leading the education effort around regulations at Elliptic.
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Then you’ll hear from John Wolff with RAKUN. RAKUN is an entertainment platform utilizing blockchain to connect to the gaming world while deriving real world value from "play". Think Crypto Kitties with pigs that race.
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Do your laundry, but make sure there isn’t money left in your pants because this is an anti-money laundering episode, peppered with a good amount of fun & games.
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✅ Check it out at Badco.in/336 ✅ ================================
#Bitcoin #bitcoins #blockchain #cryptocurrency #crypto #cryptocurrencies #ethereum #fintech #digitalmoney  #bitcoincash #bitcoinfork #investing #cryptoinvesting #money #trading #cryptotrading #trader #trading #coinbase #digitalpayments #sponsor #ad #hodl #StayBad
  • You’ve most likely heard of newest Financial Action Task Force guidelines from this past summer which include new anti-money-laundering standards as well as the Travel Rule. It seems the crypto industry is sweating and gnashing its collective teeth trying to figure out the next move. The deadline for compliance is June 2020 & time is quickly ticking away.
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    No one is really explaining the whole story about the FATF guidelines, the Travel Rule & countries are still trying to sort out the compliance & regulation concerns. ================================
    That’s why we are excited to welcome David Carlisle, a former US Department of the Treasury’s Office of Terrorism and Financial Intelligence member who is now leading the education effort around regulations at Elliptic.
    ================================
    Then you’ll hear from John Wolff with RAKUN. RAKUN is an entertainment platform utilizing blockchain to connect to the gaming world while deriving real world value from "play". Think Crypto Kitties with pigs that race.
    ================================
    Do your laundry, but make sure there isn’t money left in your pants because this is an anti-money laundering episode, peppered with a good amount of fun & games.
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    ✅ Check it out at Badco.in/336 ✅ ================================
    #Bitcoin #bitcoins #blockchain #cryptocurrency #crypto #cryptocurrencies #ethereum #fintech #digitalmoney #bitcoincash #bitcoinfork #investing #cryptoinvesting #money #trading #cryptotrading #trader #trading #coinbase #digitalpayments #sponsor #ad #hodl #StayBad

  •  10  0  10 hours ago
  • Former Nasdaq CEO Robert Greifeld said it was "frustrating" dealing with the glacial pace of Washington D.C. regulators during his tenure, a time Wall Street was looking to move faster with electronic trading.
In a recent The Scoop podcast, Greifeld told The Block he was overwhelmed by the pace at which regulators operated, when he first took the helm at Nasdaq in 2006. He even made fun of the Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC) operation speed as being slower than the speed of erosion. "At one point, I had a line that I said we could call the FCC operating at the speed of erosion, but that would be an insult to erosion. So you just had this deal with a whole different pace." said Greifeld.
Greifeld worked at Nasdaq during a time when trading speed was drastically increased by the emergence of electronic trading and the internet. He described the former SEC chairman William Donaldson as "living in the past" when he vowed to maintain the traditional grandeur of the New York Stock Exchange.

The Wall Street heavyweight's frustration in dealing with the SEC is also felt by many cryptocurrency firms. Earlier this year, the SEC repeatedly postponed decisions on the bitcoin ETF applications filed by asset managers Bitwise and VanEck until eventually dealing out rejection. The regulatory ambiguity around cryptocurrencies has also prompted exchanges like Coinbase and Kraken to form a rating council that determines which digital assets are more likely to be securities. Additionally, there is a backlog of around 35 to 40 cryptocurrency firms waiting for their broker-dealer licenses from U.S. securities watchdogs, per a Wall Street Journal report. .

#cardano #market #investments #endthefed #ripple #economy #bitcoinfork #bitcoincash #bitcoinlasvegas
  • Former Nasdaq CEO Robert Greifeld said it was "frustrating" dealing with the glacial pace of Washington D.C. regulators during his tenure, a time Wall Street was looking to move faster with electronic trading.
    In a recent The Scoop podcast, Greifeld told The Block he was overwhelmed by the pace at which regulators operated, when he first took the helm at Nasdaq in 2006. He even made fun of the Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC) operation speed as being slower than the speed of erosion. "At one point, I had a line that I said we could call the FCC operating at the speed of erosion, but that would be an insult to erosion. So you just had this deal with a whole different pace." said Greifeld.
    Greifeld worked at Nasdaq during a time when trading speed was drastically increased by the emergence of electronic trading and the internet. He described the former SEC chairman William Donaldson as "living in the past" when he vowed to maintain the traditional grandeur of the New York Stock Exchange.

    The Wall Street heavyweight's frustration in dealing with the SEC is also felt by many cryptocurrency firms. Earlier this year, the SEC repeatedly postponed decisions on the bitcoin ETF applications filed by asset managers Bitwise and VanEck until eventually dealing out rejection. The regulatory ambiguity around cryptocurrencies has also prompted exchanges like Coinbase and Kraken to form a rating council that determines which digital assets are more likely to be securities. Additionally, there is a backlog of around 35 to 40 cryptocurrency firms waiting for their broker-dealer licenses from U.S. securities watchdogs, per a Wall Street Journal report. .

    #cardano #market #investments #endthefed #ripple #economy #bitcoinfork #bitcoincash #bitcoinlasvegas

  •  4  1  15 November, 2019
  • Those seeking employment in the blockchain and cryptocurrency industry have reason to be positive, says employment search company Indeed.

The number of bitcoin, blockchain and crypto-related employment ads in shares per million on the popular job listing site rose by 26 percent from 2018–2019, following a four-year trend of 1,457 percent growth in the sector, according to a “Seen by Indeed” study released Thursday.

Enthusiasm among job hunters peaked during the height of the crypto bull market in late 2017, which saw bitcoin’s price reach an all-time high of around $20,000, but has gradually tailed off ever since.

Zooming into the detail, this year’s top five sector jobs being posted by employers all revolve around computer work, with software engineering, software architect, full-stack developer and front-end developer being the most common positions.

The top 5 employers listing blockchain jobs are Deloitte, IBM, Accenture, Cisco and Collins Aerospace, coming in 1st through 5th, respectively. “Big Four” firm Ernst & Young joins Deloitte in the top 10.

Cryptocurrency and blockchain industry firms Coinbase (7th place), Overstock.com (8th) – which has as subsidiaries blockchain accelerator Medici Ventures and security token platform tZERO – Ripple (9th), Circle (11th), Kraken (12th) and ConsenSys (13th) all make the list. Banks JPMorgan Chase, which is developing its own stablecoin, and crypto-company-friendly Signature Bank tail in at 14th and 15th.

Intriguingly, telecoms giant Verizon comes in in 10th place according to Indeed, the sole mobile company to make the rankings. While the firm has made blockchain investments and applied for a patent related to the tech. it’s not made any major announcements in the space.

Indeed says it expects the number of jobs on offer to continue trending up through 2020, “even in the face of extreme price volatility and regulatory uncertainty of cryptocurrency.”
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#cardano #daytrading #ethereum #stocks #btc #millionaire #bitcoinfork #bitcoinEngland #bitcoinballer
  • Those seeking employment in the blockchain and cryptocurrency industry have reason to be positive, says employment search company Indeed.

    The number of bitcoin, blockchain and crypto-related employment ads in shares per million on the popular job listing site rose by 26 percent from 2018–2019, following a four-year trend of 1,457 percent growth in the sector, according to a “Seen by Indeed” study released Thursday.

    Enthusiasm among job hunters peaked during the height of the crypto bull market in late 2017, which saw bitcoin’s price reach an all-time high of around $20,000, but has gradually tailed off ever since.

    Zooming into the detail, this year’s top five sector jobs being posted by employers all revolve around computer work, with software engineering, software architect, full-stack developer and front-end developer being the most common positions.

    The top 5 employers listing blockchain jobs are Deloitte, IBM, Accenture, Cisco and Collins Aerospace, coming in 1st through 5th, respectively. “Big Four” firm Ernst & Young joins Deloitte in the top 10.

    Cryptocurrency and blockchain industry firms Coinbase (7th place), Overstock.com (8th) – which has as subsidiaries blockchain accelerator Medici Ventures and security token platform tZERO – Ripple (9th), Circle (11th), Kraken (12th) and ConsenSys (13th) all make the list. Banks JPMorgan Chase, which is developing its own stablecoin, and crypto-company-friendly Signature Bank tail in at 14th and 15th.

    Intriguingly, telecoms giant Verizon comes in in 10th place according to Indeed, the sole mobile company to make the rankings. While the firm has made blockchain investments and applied for a patent related to the tech. it’s not made any major announcements in the space.

    Indeed says it expects the number of jobs on offer to continue trending up through 2020, “even in the face of extreme price volatility and regulatory uncertainty of cryptocurrency.”
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    #cardano #daytrading #ethereum #stocks #btc #millionaire #bitcoinfork #bitcoinEngland #bitcoinballer

  •  11  0  12 November, 2019

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  • Love my tribe 💜💜💜 success leaves clues - anyone who ever accomplished anything at first did not know how they were going to do it.
  • Love my tribe 💜💜💜 success leaves clues - anyone who ever accomplished anything at first did not know how they were going to do it.

  •  385  13  20 July, 2019
  • Segwit2x ⛓is officially not happening. It was scheduled for November 16th 2017 calling for a very specific fork (a change to #bitcoins rules), one that would make certain rules valid that weren't valid before. Specifically, #Segwit2x would have changed the size of the blocks passed regularly around the network and stored in the #blockchain from 1MB to 2MB. Some people thought this was a good concept, others didn’t support it.🤔
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Like other recent forks I’ve discussed, Segwit2x was:
A modification of the bitcoin software run by network participants and that enforces the protocol rules. In this case, Segwit2x's code is called BTC1.
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An attempt to increase the block size – Most forks focus on one specific rule of the network (block size), despite other possible optimizations that could lead to capacity boosts.
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A #hardfork – Anyone whose #software is not upgraded to the new rules will no longer be a part of the network. (Source @coindesk) -
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In my opinion, I’m glad that Segwit2x couldn’t get enough support. It was a dangerous proposal and would have given lots of control to businesses and miners. Some of the largest miners actually didn’t support the project including the well known @f2pool which governs 6.7% of the network and @slushpool which governs 7.3%.😳
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Will you buy before BTC breaks $10k? 😉
  • Segwit2x ⛓is officially not happening. It was scheduled for November 16th 2017 calling for a very specific fork (a change to #bitcoins rules), one that would make certain rules valid that weren't valid before. Specifically, #Segwit2x would have changed the size of the blocks passed regularly around the network and stored in the #blockchain from 1MB to 2MB. Some people thought this was a good concept, others didn’t support it.🤔
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    Like other recent forks I’ve discussed, Segwit2x was:
    A modification of the bitcoin software run by network participants and that enforces the protocol rules. In this case, Segwit2x's code is called BTC1.
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    An attempt to increase the block size – Most forks focus on one specific rule of the network (block size), despite other possible optimizations that could lead to capacity boosts.
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    A #hardfork – Anyone whose #software is not upgraded to the new rules will no longer be a part of the network. (Source @coindesk) -
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    In my opinion, I’m glad that Segwit2x couldn’t get enough support. It was a dangerous proposal and would have given lots of control to businesses and miners. Some of the largest miners actually didn’t support the project including the well known @f2pool which governs 6.7% of the network and @slushpool which governs 7.3%.😳
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    Will you buy before BTC breaks $10k? 😉

  •  338  43  8 November, 2017