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Bitcoin's slide makes monthly loss the biggest in seven years in 'horrible bear market for tokens' - Vancouver Sun

Bitcoin's slide makes monthly loss the biggest in seven years in 'horrible bear market for tokens' - Vancouver Sun submitted by ulros to fbitcoin [link] [comments]

What is Bitcoin? Breakfast Show. Bradley Shende explains what bitcoin is all about. Vancouver Sun Online

What is Bitcoin? Breakfast Show. Bradley Shende explains what bitcoin is all about. Vancouver Sun Online submitted by smeggletoot to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Richard Marcus in Vancouver Sun article selling Mammoth tusks for Bitcoin.

Richard Marcus, sculptoDesigner, living in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, news article published in Vancouver Sun today, March 13,2014 http://www.vancouversun.com/news/metro/Vancouver+puts+mammoth+tusks+sale+Bitcoins/9611091/story.html
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The first casualty of "war" is the truth

https://coingeek.com/the-war-on-bitcoin/
The son of a pig farmer-turned mogul
Calvin Ayre's father, Ken, was arrested in 1987 for internationally smuggling a third of a ton of marijuana. He was sentenced to 4 years in prison.
https://archive.macleans.ca/article/2007/4/2/imploding-lenders-and-toxic-loans
Calvin was an unindicted co-conspirator who the judge repeatedly said was undoubtedly involved.
https://www.pressreader.com/canada/vancouver-sun/20060922/283210143719636
Obviously such a circumstance carries no legal weight, as Calvin Ayre never had his day in court, but he has had other legal troubles despite the claims in this article where he was "modernizing laws"
Ayre helped modernize complicated and outdated U.S. financial laws by pushing the envelope into the gray markets that exist where U.S. dollars are used across borders to engage in legally complicated commerce like gambling.
In reality, Calvin Ayre was banned from participating in publicly traded companies in British Columbia for TWENTY YEARS. He committed insider trading, lied to regulators, and employed a felon who was on parole after years in prison for stock fraud, doing business with him with full knowledge of this for years.
Then he launched Bodog which eventually turned into all the money laundering charges etc...
As one can see, someone who has close links with a convicted drug trafficker who personally was charged and plead out money laundering charges is not exactly the sort of situation that US banking and big business is clamoring to join.
That's simply a factual statement: disqualification under KYC + AML doesn't require actual criminal convictions. Internal regulatory due diligence alone would mean that people like Calvin Ayre would be facing an extraordinarily difficult hurdle.
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Daily analysis of cryptocurrencies 20190926(Market index 12 — Extreme Fear state)

Daily analysis of cryptocurrencies 20190926(Market index 12 — Extreme Fear state)

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Ireland Is Cautious, But Not Opposed To Facebook’s Libra, Claims Finance Minister Michael D’Arcy During an interview at Sibos 2019, Ireland’s Finance Minister Michael D’Arcy conceded that Libra and stablecoins are a challenge, adding that while some governments and departments of Finance are opposed to it, Ireland is only being cautious. He said, “We are cautious. And my role as minister has me looking at this in substantial detail. I am cautious in relation to stablecoins and in relation to Libra. My senior minister is very cautious. The Central Bank of Ireland regulator is cautious. So we’re somewhere between cautious and very cautious.” According to the minister, the benefits stablecoins can have internationally are well-understood and accepted. However, the challenges they could pose to governmental and monetary policies cannot be overlooked, D’Arcy said.
France Exempts Crypto-To-Crypto Trades From Taxes France has significantly simplified the taxation of cryptocurrencies in the country. What the country’s Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire announced affirms, on the face of it, trading one cryptocurrency for another in France will not raise any capital gains tax obligation. Otherwise, people who sell cryptocurrencies for regular government-issued money will need to pay for taxes. Click ‘Read More’ for details.
RON’s Justin Sun To Reschedule Warren Buffett Lunch ‘Very Soon’ Justin Sun, TRON founder and CEO, announced the news that he’ll reschedule his charity lunch with Berkshire Hathaway chairman and billionaire Warren Buffett “very soon” during a live stream on Tuesday, Sept. 24.
Finance Ministry Of Thailand To Use Blockchain Tech Thailand’s Finance Minister Uttama Savanayana has announced that his ministry will bring Blockchain technology to upgrade system infrastructure and management efficiency in order to make life easier for citizens wanting to use government services. Uttama added that the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on using Blockchain technology would be signed by nine departments under MOF and Krungthai Bank at the “MOF Digital Platform is Now: Ministry of Finance brings digital platform to strengthen economy for community” event being held on Friday (September 27).

Encrypted project calendar(September 26, 2019)

ADA/Cardano: The Cardano (ADA) Cardano community will host a party in Washington, DC on September 26.

Encrypted project calendar(September 27, 2019)

BTC/Bitcoin: Cripto Latin Fest will be held in Cordoba, Argentina from September 27th to 29th. Switcheo (SWTH): After a one-year token exchange process, the project team will officially end the SWH→SWTH token exchange process on September 27.

Encrypted project calendar(September 28, 2019)

ADA/Cardano: Cardano (ADA) Cardano (ADA) 2nd Anniversary, Cardinal Foundation, IOHK and EMURGO main members will participate in community celebrations in Plovdiv, Bulgaria on September 28. TOP Network (TOP): The TOP Network team will hold a hackathon in Prague, Czech Republic from September 28th to 29th. Horizen (ZEN): Horizen project BD Rep Vano Narimandize will discuss the current status and development of sidechain technology at the Industry 4.0 Blockchain Summit on September 28.

Encrypted project calendar(September 29, 2019)

GAME/GameCredits: GameCredits (GAME) is expected to perform hard forks on September 29th at block height 2519999

Encrypted project calendar(September 30, 2019)

INS/Insolar: Insolar (INS) will be on September 30th ERD/Elrond: Elrond (ERD) will conduct main network test on September 30th NULS/NULS: The NULS team will plan to beta the ChainBOX in the third quarter. CS/Credits: Credits (CS) will exchange tokens and bug rewards in the third quarter QTUM/Qtum: Quantum Chain (QTUM) is expected to complete lightning network beta in the third quarter XEM/NEM: New World Bank (XEM) will release mobile wallet and computer wallet in the third quarter HC/HyperCash: hypercash (HC) will complete community management agreement in the third quarter

Encrypted project calendar(October 01, 2019)

HT/Huobi Token: The financial base public link jointly created by Firecoin and Nervos is expected to be open source in October. RVN/Ravencoin: Ravencoin (RVN) Ravencoin will perform a hard fork on October 1. ADA/Cardano: Cardano (ADA) plans to hold technical consensus meeting in Amsterdam on October 1st XRC/Bitcoin Rhodium: Bitcoin Rhodium (XRC) will record account balance awards on October 1st PPC/Peercoin: Peercoin (PPC) will perform Peercoin v0.8 (code tang lang) hard fork on October 1st

Encrypted project calendar(October 02, 2019)

BNB/Binance Coin: The 2019 DELTA Summit will be held in Malta from October 2nd to 4th. The DELTA Summit is Malta’s official blockchain and digital innovation campaign. CAPP/Cappasity: The Cappasity (CAPP) London Science and Technology Festival will be held from October 2nd to 3rd, when the Cappasity project will be attended by the Science and Technology Festival.

Encrypted project calendar(October 03, 2019)

ETC/Ethereum Classic: The 2019 Ether Classic (ETC) Summit will be held in Vancouver on October 3–4

Encrypted project calendar(October 05, 2019)

Ontology (ONT): Ony Ji will attend the blockchain event in Japan on October 5th and explain the practical application based on the ontology network.

Encrypted project calendar(October 06, 2019)

SPND/ Spendcoin: Spendcoin (SPND) will be online on October 6th

Encrypted project calendar(October 07, 2019)

GNO/Gnosis: Gnosis (GNO) will discuss the topic “Decentralized Trading Agreement Based on Ethereum” will be held in Osaka, Japan on October 7th. Kyber and Uniswap, Gnosis and Loopring will attend and give speeches.

Encrypted project calendar(October 08, 2019)

BTC/Bitcoin: The 2nd Global Digital Mining Summit will be held in Frankfurt, Germany from October 8th to 10th.

Encrypted project calendar(October 09, 2019)

CENNZ/Centrality: Centrality (CENNZ) will meet in InsurTechNZ Connect — Insurance and Blockchain on October 9th in Auckland.

Encrypted project calendar(October 10, 2019)

INB/Insight Chain: The Insight Chain (INB) INB public blockchain main network will be launched on October 10. VET/Vechain: VeChain (VET) will attend the BLOCKWALKS Blockchain Europe Conference on October 10. CAPP/Cappasity: Cappasity (CAPP) Cappasity will be present at the Osaka Global Innovation Forum in Osaka (October 10–11).

Encrypted project calendar(October 11, 2019)

OKB/OKB: OKB (OKB) OKEx series of talks will be held in Istanbul on October 11th to discuss “the rise of the Turkish blockchain.”

Encrypted project calendar(October 12, 2019)

BTC/Bitcoin: The 2019 Global Mining Leaders Summit will be held in Chengdu, China from October 12th to 14th.

Encrypted project calendar(October 14, 2019)

BCH/Bitcoin Cash: The ChainPoint 19 conference will be held in Armenia from October 14th to 15th.

Encrypted project calendar(October 12, 2019)

RUFF/RUFF Token: Ruff will end the three-month early bird program on October 15th KAT/Kambria: Kambria (KAT) exchanges ERC20 KAT for a 10% bonus on BEP2 KAT-7BB, and the token exchange reward will end on October 15. BTC/Bitcoin: The Blockchain Technology Investment Summit (CIS) will be held in Los Angeles from October 15th to 16th.

Yesterday, there was a nasty drop in bitcoin below the $9,000 support area against the US Dollar. The price declined close to 15% and even traded below the $8,500 level. Finally, the price settled well below the 100 hourly simple moving average and traded to a new monthly low at $8,055. Later, there was an upside correction above the $8,200 and $8,400 levels.
Moreover, the price recovered above the $8,500 level, plus the 23.6% Fib retracement level of the last major decline from the $10,087 high to $8,055 low. However, the upward move was capped by the $8,750 and $8,800 resistance levels. The bulls made a few attempts to push the price above $8,800, but they failed. As a result, the price started trading in a range below $8,800. At the outset, there is a key breakout pattern forming with resistance near $8,600 on the hourly chart of the BTC/USD pair.
To start a strong recovery, bitcoin price must surpass the $8,600 and $8,800 resistance levels. The next key resistance is near the $9,000 and $9,080 levels. Moreover, the 50% Fib retracement level of the last major decline from the $10,087 high to $8,055 low is also near the $9,070 level. Finally, there is a connecting bearish trend line forming on the same chart with resistance near $9,350 and the 100 hourly SMA.
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Crypto-Currencies Are Poised To Radically Change Finance … And Reshape Nations

Crypto-Currencies Are Poised To Radically Change Finance … And Reshape Nations
Article by Forbes: Kurt Cagle & COGNITIVE WORLD In the 18th Century, a venture begun in England established an outpost in the New World around Hudson Bay. The Hudson Bay Company was given license by the crown to exploit the bounty of the Northernmost parts of North America, and eventually a trading network was built out, trading fur, woods, and mineral resources. This network manifested itself primarily through a series of forts that protected general stores, extending as far south and west as Oregon, along the Pacific Coast, forts that would in time become cities like Portland, Vancouver, Toronto and so forth.

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An example of Hudson Bay Company Scrip WIKIPEDIA The Hudson Bay Company used its own special scrip within its territory, the scrip holding value because it could be traded for British pounds as well as establishing more or less standard prices for goods. When Canada was founded in 1867, it established its territory by buying the land from the HBC, and making HBC’s scrip fully convertible to the new Canadian Dollar. In effect, a privately held scrip became the de facto currency of a nation. Empires, kings and potentates have long coveted the right to put their face on coins, but until comparatively recently, the value of those coins was determined primarily by the assayed weight of the metal that made them up. Indeed, the Dutch, during the 16th century, actually scored their gold coins so that a person could break it apart into octants, from whence was derived the term “Pieces of eight” so beloved in pirate tales. They also created coins from the silver mine of Joachim’s Valley (‘Joachimsthal’ in Dutch) which were in turn heavily used by first the Spanish territories then eventually English North America, the name frequently shorted first to ‘Thaler’, and then via Spanish as ‘Dollar’.

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Pieces-of-Eight, so named because the Spanish dollar coin of the 1600s was frequently broken upon into eight bits or reals, which in time became known as pesos (pieces). JAMESTOWN REDISCOVERY Following the death of Louis the Fourteenth of France, the French economy was in tatters given the financial excesses of the Sun King. The Duke of Orleans, the regent of the new five-year-old King Louis the Fifteen, turned to a friend, Scottish financier John Law, for help. Law, for his part, made a proposal that had been tried on a smaller scale, but never really at a national level: the concept of creating a paper currency, backed by the government and in theory redeemable with silver. While the experiment worked for a little while, speculators made the currency unstable, which was then exacerbated by the government producing more Francs than it could support, causing the currency to crash and significantly diminishing the ability of France to compete in the colonization in North America. It also destabilized the French court by reducing the influence of the King over his aristocrats, many of whom had been severely burned in the crash, and not coincidentally laying the groundwork for the French Revolution several decades later. Despite this, as Europe went from Feudal vassalages to nation-states, the ability to control the minting of paper currency based upon its status as a promissory note became one of the key prerogatives of nations. It was one of the reasons, when the first American Confederation, created in the aftermath of the US Revolutionary War, realized they needed a stronger government, the one thing that the Federal government reserved to itself rather than allow to the states was the exclusive right to mint coinage and currency.

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Currencies have long been the prerogative of nations, though that may be changing as electronic coinage hearkens back to most currencies’ merchantile roots. GETTY Fast-forward two hundred and fifty years, and you can see that history is in fact repeating itself. A currency system works by having a few essential characteristics: A note of currency must be unique and non-duplicatable. Currency must be readily redeemable — if not enough people will accept the currency as having a certain value, it cannot be used as a medium of exchange. Currency must be relatively stable — it holds roughly the same value over some time interval. These three conditions place some real constraints on currencies, though not always obvious ones. For instance, if you increase the supply of a given currency, you might think that it would dilute the value of that money. Maybe yes, maybe no. If demand is high for money, increasing the money supply may actually accelerate economic growth, though if demand for money is low, increasing the supply may simply cause inflation. If currency is only redeemable in certain places, then it has less utility as a store of value. If a currency has only half the value today that it had yesterday, then people will get rid of that currency quickly in favor of something that is more stable. It turns out, in fact, that most paper currencies don’t completely satisfy the above constraints over a long time period, and what’s worse, the relationship between money and value can be quite non-linear. This is because currency by itself represents buying power. A gallon of gas in 1971 cost twenty nine cents in most places. Today, that same gallon of gas costs $2.90. Ironically, a loaf of bread cost $.29 and $2.90 respectively as well. The average wage in 1971 was $10,000. Today, its $50,000. This is worth highlighting, though more from an economic rather than technical standpoint. Put in stark terms, the typical worker’s wages went up 400%, but the price of most goods went up 1000% percent over roughly the last fifty years (or, the money you earn is worth 60% less today than it was in 1971, relative to the cost of living). The actual utility of a gallon of gas has actually not changed much in that time, which means that what has changed is both buying power for a given amount of money, and the change in wages relative to the cost of goods. Why? That’s a topic for another time.

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Electronic currencies, such as BitCoin and Ethereum, rank high in their ability to guarantee uniqueness, but are struggling with exchangeability and are still very heavily influenced by speculators, making them less than ideal for stable currencies. GETTY IMAGES So, where do cryptocurrencies play into all of this? At the moment, of the three points highlighted above, cryptocurrencies arguably are really, really good with the first point, are getting better (though still not great) with the second point, but really suck on the last point. Consider this. One of the biggest arguments in favor of cryptocurrencies is that they are hard to forge. It’s possible — throw enough computation power at it and you could in fact do it, but the salient point is that the cost to do so likely outweighs the value of the coin. Now the downside to that is that many of the current mechanisms for determining uniqueness (such as mining prime numbers) are also very expensive, not just in terms of computational cycles but in terms of energy costs. It’s one of the reasons why a few of the primary coins actually are too large by themselves to be used for currency — you have to divide a coin up to say a 1000 different micro-coins to get to the point where you can buy a cup of coffee and a sweet roll at Starbucks, and this in turn still requires effective uniqueness algorithms. However, even with weaker algorithms for division, such micro-coins are still orders of magnitude harder to forge than your average US $20 bill, which is far and away the most popular currency in the world in terms of forgery. However, this point is actually becoming less and less of an issue for the simple reason that paper currency itself is becoming obsolete, except among the very poor (who often have difficulty in being able to set up bank accounts). For much of the latter twentieth century, credit cards made significant inroads in eliminating paper currency, and most recently, the introduction of chipped cards, both credit and debit, have significantly reduced the incidences of fraud. The bigger issue today is online card fraud, though even there, the introduction of electronic wallets (and the growing liability that retailers are facing with each hacking incident via class action suits) are spurring much better encryption of data, as well as better control by consumers. This is not to say that credit card fraud isn’t still a problem, but it is a problem that shows signs of abating. Another, perhaps far more reaching consequence of the rise of credit cards, debit cards, digital rewards cards, gift cards and EBTs has been that it has been destroying the physicality of currency, and with it, one of the last vestiges of control that most nations have over their currency. The reason for this is simple. Today, it is possible to set up foreign exchange transfer accounts in which a given currency is in Yen, or Euros, or Pounds, and draw upon them as readily as you can a US funds account. You can set up a crypto account in much the same way, and can even, with some creative work, set up accounts that let you play currency arbitrage across multiple such accounts. If Amazon, Google, Microsoft, Apple or Facebook (or their counterparts in other countries) set up their own digital currency, you could do the same thing. Amazon is actually creating a highly synergistic ecosystem that is nearly a full bore economy in its own right.

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In ten to twenty years time your paycheck could very well be made in private e-currency rather than a country’s native currency, which will send shockwaves in political circles. GETTY Put yourself ten years in the future. Amazon (as an example) puts out a cryptocurrency called the bezo (one bezo, two bezos, ….). You can continue to set up a US dollar account for Amazon prime, but you can also open up a bezos account, based upon a blockchain like construct under the control of Amazon. Prices begin to creep up when measured in US dollars, because the US economy has for the most part had net positive price inflation even during recessions, but prices in bezos stay fixed. Other companies look at this and offer the option of paying their employees in bezos. Some are resistant, but especially younger employees take the plunge, and after a while, older employees see that their net buying power continues to decline while the ones in the Amazon ecosystem are seeing wage power stability, and you see a shift as older employees begin to do the same thing. Other companies do this on their own, but discover that they don’t have quite enough people in their network to maintain stability, and so they reach out and affiliate themselves with the Amazon network. Banks have taken notice, and all of a sudden you see Amazon currency replacing the US Dollar in more and more transactions, many of them for millions or even billions of dollars. And then Amazon moves the Amazon Currency Network to the Cayman Islands. Overnight, the United States sees 35% of its tax base disappear. Too many people are no longer using US Dollars for transactions. The US Debt, which has been a ticking time bomb for decades, goes off as the US can no longer even pretend to service its deficits, let alone the total debt. States, given the conundrum of having a central Federal government that has become increasingly hostile and demanding (while providing less and less value for the tax money that their citizenry have paid) vs. working with a more stable currency and more autonomy, begin to think the unthinkable at a policy level: choosing to join a different political alliance based upon a common protocol for sharing currencies.

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One very distinct possibility of the intermixing between private and public e-currencies is the possibility that it could very well exacerbate an already growing divide along geopolitical lines. GETTY Another scenario can be envisioned. Recently, Walmart announced that they had a patent on a new blockchain currency, with the implications that they would be issuing a currency within the relatively near future. Amazon and Walmart are seen as competitors in the general goods sector, and while there is some overlap they tend to service different regions (and their customers often have very divergent political leanings). Over time you end up with two competing currencies, the Bezo and the Walton. Each of which provides a premium within their respective networks and a double penalty within the opposite network — the double being the fact that in order to convert from Bezos to Waltons, you would have to convert one currency to USDs and then to the other currency, with fees at each transaction point (something often happens in existing currency exchanges, where you have to find a common currency to exchange between two different currencies that don’t otherwise have exchange rates). Over time, the economies diverge, with frustrations mounting as the Bezo and the Walton respond to different economic strategies, and changes in political power in Washington DC bring with it a distinct preference for one currency or the other, with all that this implies for policy. Attempting to peg either of the private currencies to the dollar ends up with a situation similar to that which the European Union experience in 2008, when economic policy that was right for the northern countries with strong industrial bases proved ruinous for the southern countries that were primarily agrarian in nature (and is in fact a part of the current problem between red and blue America). What is likely to happen in this scenario is the rise of compacts — agreements between states that standardize upon specific policies regarding economic action, taxation, representation, immigration, public programs, defense, ecological policy, education and so on. Put another way, the currency networks that emerge (and it is likely they will be networked, not just one single currency) will begin looking and acting more and more like autonomous countries. With this comes the reduction of power in Washington, DC and the federal government as states hew more closely to their compact alliances. Now, to be clear, these are both hypothetical scenarios, and I’m using Amazon and Walmart here just to illustrate the point. Nor are these the only scenarios that may play out. It’s also worth noting that what is at issue is not so much cryptocurrency by itself as it is the ability of currency networks to effectively capture the tax base of parts or all of a country. Will this result in civil war? Hard to say. We may very well end up in a situation where the US becomes a Confederation along the lines of Canada, with a weaker central government, a common defense agreement and stronger regional blocs. The US may split peacefully into several distinct regions based upon the degree of economic connectivity. It’s possible that smarter heads prevail and some agreement is worked out to keep the status quo. However, the likelihood of that decreases the more that mechanisms for separation get implemented, and eCurrencies, whether national based or privately based, have the potential to exacerbate an already stressed situation.

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One of the major issues that most eCoins have is that they are still highly unstable, due to a comparatively small pool of investors, the potential for volatile speculation, and the potential that a government could make such transactions illegal. GETTY The primary mitigating factor from this happening now is the lack of stability of crypto-currencies, which is something of a chicken and egg problem. Stability ultimately comes from the number of participants involved, which in turn determines the degree to which speculation can take place within a currency. Speculation and stability are counter-weighted — most speculators prefer an asset class to be volatile, because such volatility can make for higher returns with less capital, though it can also lead to higher losses. You can speculate with stable currency (as George Soros managed to do successfully against the British pound in the 1970s) but it requires deep pockets and a great deal of leverage, and being unsuccessful can ruin you. Bitcoin and other crypto-currencies are still very unstable primarily because they lack both the installed base of users and because they are not yet fully convertible or redeemable. It is arguable whether any of the first generation of ICOs will ever meet that bar alone, though that changes once you begin seeing mergers and adoptions between ICOs and large financial or network concerns. This also moots one of the other major selling points that ICO promoters themselves try to make. No currency is going to survive if transactions in that currency remain anonymous, and keeping such transactions anonymous will become increasingly difficult over time. The reason for this is relatively simple — any transaction has real world implications, those implications can be tracked, and once one thread of a transaction begins to get picked apart, then it becomes possible to determine how these connect to other transactions. Government opacity (which is one form of anonymity) will keep many existing ICOs from ever being recognized as legitimate, and may very well be seen as perfect channels for money laundering and black market transactions, putting these ICOs under deep scrutiny. It is likely that currencies based upon (semi-) transparent block-chains (something you’re increasingly seeing developed by financial institutions) will likely overtake the anonymous block-chains currently being deployed.

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The future of finance (and of bank accounts) may very well be that a typical account is, in fact, an index made up of different e-currencies, both public and private. GETTY In the longer term (fifteen to twenty years), it is likely that the average consumer will likely not interact much at all with ICOs directly. Instead, what I see happening is that banks (and bank-like-entities, such as credit unions) will controls portfolios of currencies and accounts will then consist of baskets of different coins on various networks. Consumers can then determine the mix of their coin holdings, and can designate the default currencies they wish to be paid in (or pay out) when they make a financial transaction. However, at the micro-level, these networks and baskets will be treated in much the same way national currencies do today, with the added wrinkle that these private currencies can push and pull on the national currencies at a level unprecedented until now. What happens when the Bezo replaces the Japanese Yen (or the US Dollar) as the primary instrument for carry trades. What if the Iranian eDinar becomes the preferred currency for pricing oil, or an international incident causes investors to buy up Chinese eYuan and sell the USD, raising the potential for price increases in the United States (or vice versa). What will almost certainly happen is that the distinction between international corporations and nations, already somewhat blurry, will erode even more with time. Businesses will increasingly find themselves having to establish comprehensive foreign policies, fielding security forces and dealing with issues that traditionally have been the domain of countries. At the same time, fundamental questions, including the deceptively difficult one of what constitutes citizenship, will become pressing sooner than we’d like to believe. The upshot of this is that Bitcoins and related electronic currencies are likely here to stay, will become progressively more influential in both political and economic policy as they become more stable, and will almost certainly introduce stresses and potential breaking points in economies globally throughout the twenty-first century.
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My karma breakdown. Analyze please.

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1 -14 Morrowind 1 -15 LateStageCapitalism 1 -15 Eve 1 -17 soccer 1 -17 magicTCG 1 -17 forza 1 -17 2007scape 1 -19 meirl 1 -19 Monstercat 1 -19 sydney 1 -19 tennis 1 -19 formula1 1 -20 Warhammer40k 1 -22 phillies 1 -22 SaltLakeCity 1 -23 EnoughLibertarianSpam 1 -25 funhaus 1 -26 ProgrammerHumor 1 -30 beholdthemasterrace 1 -30 interestingasfuck 1 -30 roosterteeth 1 -35 Polska 1 -37 ffxiv 1 -38 TopMindsOfReddit 1 -45 indianapolis 1 -54 BannedFromThe_Donald 1 -71 tumblr 1 -96 PoliticalHumor 1 -100 
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[CENSORED] The Morning After the Moderation Mistake: Thoughts on Consensus and the Longest Chain

I wake to survey my surroundings as the morning sun peeks above the eastern horizon. It’s the same sun that rose yesterday, but the rays of light it casts upon the strange lands of /bitcoin have a different glow. A great shift has occurred.
What precipitated the shift was the patch Gavin A and Mike H completed to allow Bitcoin to support larger block sizes. But what provided the energy to move the tectonic plates of public opinion was a tactical blunder made on a digital battlefield. In an act of violent desperation, the moderators of /bitcoin threw their swords.
What do I mean by "throwing one's sword?" I'll have to explain that with a story about my childhood. The town I grew up in (about an hour outside of Vancouver) seemed perfectly normal to me as a kid, but when I look back now, it was actually pretty rough. It was home to hundreds of Hell's Angels and it served as a sort of distribution center in the drug trade.
There were often fights between groups of boys when I was growing up. I was never really a part of that, but I was fascinated by the dynamics of the process. One strange behavior I witnessed was that the last act of the losing faction of boys was always to throw their weapons. It was such a stupid thing to do, because the baseball bat or hockey stick would rarely hit its intended target, and the few times that it did it would be travelling at such a reduced velocity that the blow imparted was superficial at best. (And then the weaponless boys would get their butts kicked.)
I learned later that this is a sort of fight-or-flight reaction that humans have to severe stress. As a last resort, we throw whatever we have at our disposal at our perceived enemy (and then pray for a miracle). In the movies, it usually works; in real life, the opposite is true.
Of course the sword of a mod is the delete button. Yesterday was the day that the mods at /bitcoin threw their swords.
The irony is, however, that the battle was never real; the mods had no enemies to fight. With the benefit of the morning sun, it’s clear to me that the swords were instead cast into a great tidal wave of consensus formed by the shifting of the tectonic plates of the Bitcoin Network.
When Satoshi Nakamoto wrote the Bitcoin white paper, he said that:
“Nodes accept the block only if all transactions in it are valid and not already spent.”
The paper never suggested that a block composed exclusively of valid transaction could itself by invalid (regardless of the block’s size). Satoshi added the 1 MB limit as an anti-spam measure to deal with certain limitations of Bitcoin's transport layer—not as a new consensus rule for what constitutes a valid transaction.
It makes perfect sense that the block size should not be part of the consensus layer if we ask ourselves why we have a consensus layer in the first place. The answer is that it’s a way for us to agree on what transactions are valid and what transactions are invalid. For example, we all agree that Alice shouldn't be able to move Bob's coins without a valid signature, that Bob shouldn't be able to create coins out of thin air, and that Eve shouldn’t be able to spend her coins twice. The consensus layer is about obvious stuff like that. In order for Bitcoin to function as sound money, we needed to agree on "black-or-white" rules like this.
Notice that the paragraph above discusses valid and invalid transactions. Nowhere did I say anything about blocks. That's because we only really care about transactions in the first place! If that’s true, then how should we deal with difficult questions like the block size limit? It turns out Satoshi had an answer for that question too. He said:
“Nodes express their acceptance of the block by working on creating the next block in the chain, using the hash of the accepted block as the previous hash.”
That’s all there is to it! Bitcoin is—and always has been—defined by the longest proof-of-work chain composed of valid transactions. I urge each of you to exercise the power and free choice you already have by using a node that supports what in your opinion is an appropriate block size limit.
(Credit to Sickpig for the idea that the block size limit was a transport layer constraint that crept into the consensus layer, and credit to Smooth for pointing out that the Bitcoin white paper never mentions a block size limit).
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The LIST: Metro Happenings Thursday March 01 - Sunday March 04, 2018

Thursday March 01, 2018

Friday, March 02 2018

Saturday, March 03, 2018

Sunday, March 04, 2018

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My Reports for this phase (Mar. 22)

I tried to report as well as possible. So far I've lost a little bit of REP. I thought this thread might be helpful for people to figure out where they are deviating from the consensus. If you have reported differently than me, post here and we can see if there are any problems with how this works.
How many markets will be created today (14.03) here?
OUTCOME REPORTED indeterminate
Will be more than 50 markets created today (14.03)?
OUTCOME REPORTED No
What range will the S&P 500 close on March 18, 2016?
OUTCOME REPORTED 2000-2099
Will Leicester win against Newcastle on March 14, 2016?
OUTCOME REPORTED Yes
Will Ethereum be worth more than 1 billion $ on the 15 of March 2016?
OUTCOME REPORTED Yes
Will the Uconn Huskies beat the Colorado Buffaloes on March 17th, 2016?
OUTCOME REPORTED Yes
Will Donald Trump win Illinois on March 15?
OUTCOME REPORTED Yes
Over 5,000 Markets will be created on the Augur.net Beta by March 18, 2016?
OUTCOME REPORTED No
Will the price of Ethereum close above .04 BTC on Poloniex at 12:00am GMT on March 17, 2016?
OUTCOME REPORTED No
Will Hillary Clinton win the Democratic Primary Election in Florida on 3/15/16?
OUTCOME REPORTED Yes
Will the sun blow up tomorrow (March 15, 2016)?
OUTCOME REPORTED No
Will the sun explode on St.Patrick's Day (March 17th, 2016)? Report
OUTCOME REPORTED No
Will the price of two barrel of WTI crude oil be below 50 Dollar on March 19, 2016?
OUTCOME REPORTED No
What is 3+3
OUTCOME REPORTED 6
Who will win the GOP primary in Ohio on March 15?
OUTCOME REPORTED Kasich
Who will win the Florida GOP primary on March 15?
OUTCOME REPORTED Drumpf
Price of ETH_USD Bitfinex at 00:00:00 03-15-2016 GM
OUTCOME REPORTED 12.403
Will the Philadelphia Flyers defeat the Detroit Redwings on March 15th, 2016?
OUTCOME REPORTED Yes
Who will win the Florida GOP primary?
OUTCOME REPORTED Drumpf
Will the S&P 500 close higher than 2025.00 on March 15, 2016?
OUTCOME REPORTED No
Will the price of Ether reach $20 USD on the www.poloniex.com exchange by March 19th PST?
OUTCOME REPORTED No
Will the Jun ES Mini Futures contract close above 2009.25 on March 15th 2016 at 4PM Eastern Time
OUTCOME REPORTED indeterminate
Will it rain in NYC on nov.. 12
OUTCOME REPORTED indeterminate
Who is going to win today's T20 match between India and New Zealand (15th march)?
OUTCOME REPORTED New Zealand
Will Bitshares drop out of the top 10 highest market cap cryptos?
OUTCOME REPORTED indeterminate
Will Barcelona advance to the quarter finals of the 2015-16 UEFA Champions League?
OUTCOME REPORTED Yes
Will Lee Sedol win the final game against AlphaGo?
OUTCOME REPORTED No
Will Bernie win Ohio in the 2016 Democratic Primary?
OUTCOME REPORTED No
Will the S&P 500 close above 2025.00 on March 15, 2016?
OUTCOME REPORTED No
What will be the result of today's (15 March) T20 Cricket match between India and New Zealand?
OUTCOME REPORTED New Zealand win
Will the S&P 500 close above 2025 on March 17, 2016?
OUTCOME REPORTED Yes
(NASDAQ: TSLA) What will the closing price of Tesla stock be this Friday 18th March?
OUTCOME REPORTED 232.13
In the Cricket ICC World Twenty20, Match 14, England will win over the West Indies.
OUTCOME REPORTED No
In the Cricket ICC World Twenty20, Match 16, Afghanistan will win over Sri Lanka.
OUTCOME REPORTED No
Will the S&P 500 be at 2100 on 16 October 2016 11:14 AM CET
OUTCOME REPORTED indeterminate
Will the Dow Jones have an overall positive day on March 18th?
OUTCOME REPORTED Yes
INPLAY: Where will the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) close on Tuesday, 15th March 2016?
OUTCOME REPORTED Above 17400
AEX will be lower than 440 on 16 October 2016 11:00 AM CET
OUTCOME REPORTED indeterminate
Champions League: 15th March 2016: Man City vs Dynamo Kiev: Who will win?
OUTCOME REPORTED indeterminate
Champions League: 15th March 2016: Atlético Madrid vs PSV: Who will win?
OUTCOME REPORTED Atlético Madrid
Will John Kasich win the Ohio Republican Primary by March 17th, 2016?
OUTCOME REPORTED Yes
Barcelona vs Arsenal - Champions League 15/03/2016 -
OUTCOME REPORTED Barcelona Win
NBA - Who wins tonight when Boston goes to Indiana?
OUTCOME REPORTED Indiana
NBA - Who wins tonight when Denver goes to Orlando?
OUTCOME REPORTED Orlando
Will Gold be above $1237.0 per ounce when the market closes on Friday 18th March 2016
OUTCOME REPORTED No
Who will win the most delegates in the Illinois Democratic Party primary on March 15, 2016.
OUTCOME REPORTED Hillary Clinton
Will it rain in Cape Town on Wednesday, March 16, 2016?
OUTCOME REPORTED No
Will this question get reported as "indeterminate"?
OUTCOME REPORTED indeterminate
Will ether go pass $20.00 before May 1?
OUTCOME REPORTED No
Manchester City - Dynamo Kiev UEFA Champions League 03/15/2016
OUTCOME REPORTED Drawn
Will the Dallas Mavericks defeat the Golden State Warriors on March 18, 2016?
OUTCOME REPORTED No
Will price of ETH exceed 0.04 ETH/BTC on March 18, 2016 00:00 UTC according to Poloniex?
OUTCOME REPORTED No
Will the London FTSE end up 18th March 2016?
OUTCOME REPORTED No
Will Donald Trump win the Ohio Republican Primary on March 15, 2016
OUTCOME REPORTED No
How many points will Stephen Curry score in the Golden State Warriors vs. New York Knicks basketball game on March 16?
OUTCOME REPORTED >33
Will Teck stock (as listed on the TSE under the symbol tck.b:aph) price be over $9.50 at the close of business on March 18, 2016?
OUTCOME REPORTED Yes
Will Vancouver Canucks beat Colorado Avalanche on March 16, 2016
OUTCOME REPORTED No
Will Hillary Clinton win the majority of Illinois votes for Democratic Primary on 3/15/16? Report
OUTCOME REPORTED Yes
Will Amanda from The Daily Decrypt mention "augur" on her youtube channel before 19 March 2016?
OUTCOME REPORTED Yes
Will the sun rise on the 17th of March 2016 in San Francisco?
OUTCOME REPORTED Yes
What will be the result of the US Federal Reserve FOMC meeting March 15-16?
OUTCOME REPORTED indeterminate
What will be the result of the US Federal Reserve FOMC meeting March 15-16?
OUTCOME REPORTED Rates unchanged
What will the largest upset be in the first round of the Men's NCAA March Madness tournament?
OUTCOME REPORTED 15 over a 2
What will the final result of the Sydney Roosters game against the North Queensland Cowboys on the 17/03/2016 match at 1300SMILES Stadium, Townsville?
OUTCOME REPORTED indeterminate
The Augur GUI is stupid
OUTCOME REPORTED indeterminate
Will the price of Bitcoin be greater than $400 dollars on Friday March 18th 2016 at 4pm Eastern Time?
OUTCOME REPORTED Yes
Will ETH/BTC be above .03 on Poloniex by 4PM Eastern Time on March 17, 2016
OUTCOME REPORTED No
Will the SP 500 index close above 2050 on March 18, 2016?
OUTCOME REPORTED No
Will the US SP 500 stock index close above 2030 on the close for March 17,2016?
OUTCOME REPORTED Yes
Will the New York Stock Exchange Composite close on Thursday March 17, 2016 higher than the previous day?
OUTCOME REPORTED Yes
Who will win Pakistan Vs India Cricket Match?
OUTCOME REPORTED India
Will Ethereum be dropped from the Bitfinex Exchange by then end of calendar day, UTC, March 17, 2017?
OUTCOME REPORTED indeterminate
Will Man Utd win the game in regular time play against Liverpool on March 17 2016 (No OT or Penalties, this leg only)
OUTCOME REPORTED No
Will S&P500 will pass 2040 at the end of 17-Mar-2016
OUTCOME REPORTED Yes
Le prix en EUR d'un ETH sera-t-il supérieur à 13 ¬ le 19 mars à 19h00 heure de Paris sur Kraken.co
OUTCOME REPORTED No
The S&P 500 will close above 2050.00 on March 18th, 2016
OUTCOME REPORTED No
More than 38,000 ethereum transactions on March 19th, 2016
OUTCOME REPORTED No
Will Republicans host hearings for Merrick Garland?
OUTCOME REPORTED indeterminate
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Weekly Roundup

News roundup for the previous week.
In International news
  1. Unstable Geopolitics, Pakistan’s Alliance with China: Trump’s Backlash against Pakistan Reveals the Dawn of a Disputed 2018 Year
  2. American Girl, 16, charged with killing 74-year-old Chinese grandpa as he took out trash
  3. President Macron calls for French-China cooperation on Silk Road, climate
  4. Macron vows active participation in Belt and Road initiative
  5. A dominant Nathan Chen cruised to a repeat U.S. Figure Skating Championship title in San Jose. Vincent Zhou grabbed the bronze medal with 273.83 points
  6. S. Korea seeks deeper cooperation with China, Japan in regulating cryptocurrencies
  7. Xi calls for deeper cooperation with Britain under Belt & Road Initiative
  8. China donates prefabricated houses for displaced people in #Myanmar's Rakhine state
  9. China: U.S. should curb demand for opioids, not blame us
  10. China key partner for #Cambodia in infrastructure development: Cambodian officials. "More than 2,000 km of roads, seven large bridges, and a new container terminal of the Phnom Penh Autonomous Port have been constructed under China's aid," Chanthol said
  11. Tariffs to be slashed in 2018 as China-Chile free trade agreement kicks in: Nearly 98 percent of products traded between China and #Chile will have zero tariffs attached when the new China-Chile free trade agreement is implemented in 2018
  12. UN chief lauds G77 and China's role in multilateralism, climate action
  13. Canada takes U.S. to WTO, U.S. says case helps China: Canada has launched a wide-ranging trade complaint against the United States, in a dispute that Washington said would damage Canada’s own interests and play into China’s hands
In Domestic news
  1. China keeps its promises, the country's anti-poverty drive is transforming the lives of rural communities by leaps
  2. High-speed rail network to cover 80% of major cities in China by 2020: total length of track capable of supporting high-speed trains will reach 38,000 kilometres by 2025 and 45,000 kilometres by 2030
  3. China's future cities will focus on sustainability, connectivity, and mobility.
  4. Second China-made C919 jet completes first trial flight
  5. 26 pct Chinese university students eager to start businesses: survey
  6. Chinese internet regulators scold Alibaba's Ant Financial for violating customer privacy through Sesame Credit
  7. Chinese Kids Who Eat Fish Every Week Have Higher IQs and Better Sleep, Study Says
  8. Chinese City Opens Up Spectacular 'Ice City' for International Snow Festival
  9. China is seeing signs of success in its fight against smog as pollution levels slump dramatically in the capital region Beijing.
  10. Marriott: China blocks website and app over description of Tibet and Taiwan
  11. Chinese Police Dynamite Christian Megachurch
  12. China to Plant New Forests the Size of Ireland This Year
  13. China cracks down on foreign companies calling Taiwan, other regions countries: The involvment of more than one Chinese authority in rebuking businesses across different industries suggested possible coordination at a high level of government
In SciTech news
  1. Asian-Chinese Engineering at work | How high speed railway tunnels are built
  2. GoPro quits the drone business (Got Nuked by China's DJI)
  3. China emerges as a hotbed for artificial intelligence: “We saw lots of interest in #AI in China, and the sector is moving so fast in the country” said Nicholson, CEO of Skymind. “China is home to many of the world’s top experts in AI and machine learning” wrote Fei-Fei Li, chief scientist for Google
  4. Beijing to break ground on new #AI science park this year: It will house about 400 enterprises after completion with an estimated annual output value of 50 billion yuan. Industries there will include ultra-high-speed big data, cloud computing, bio-metric identification and deep learning
  5. [Huawei’s CEO going off-script to rage at US carriers was the best speech of CES x-post
  6. How Huawei Can Break Apple and Samsung's Smartphone Grip
  7. Beijing to Pave Way for Autonomous Driving With New Test Road: The new testing road will pilot changes designed to make roads more easily recognizable to artificial intelligence
  8. DJI announced new $99 drone Tello. Why? Tello is only 80 grams, which means owners don't have to register their Tello (FAA require registration of all drones over 250 grams)
  9. A team of researchers with Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Nanjing Tech University and Northwestern Polytechnical University, all in China, has developed a new type of paper that can be erased and printed on multiple times.
  10. Ford CEO: China Will Take the Lead in Electric Vehicle Area
  11. Central China city to build 80,000 charging piles for electric cars
  12. China budgets over 13 bln yuan for major research programs in 2018: The programs consist of 40 special projects and more than 600 minor projects, covering four major fields including social development, high-tech research, agricultural science and technology, and fundamental research
  13. Google and Intel Beware: China Is Gunning for Dominance in #AI Chips. Buckets of money are available for the industry. With more than 750 million people online, China provides plenty of consumers and data for companies to use. AI chip competitors enjoy state support
  14. How This China Tech Company Is About To Change Everything You Know About VR
  15. #CES becomes the Chinese electronics show as Shenzhen, Dongguan exhibitors throng fair: As many as 1,551 Chinese companies registered to display their products and software applications in Las Vegas this week, out of a record turnout of 4,500 exhibitors
In Economic news
  1. Foreign Brands Have ‘Princess Syndrome,’ Says People’s Daily
  2. Iran Sanctions Will Help China's Petro-Yuan
  3. China on the verge of bursting bitcoin bubble
  4. China, the Innovation Dragon. Given its own policies, and those of the US, China is on track to become the world’s innovation leader. By the end of 2018, it will likely be apparent to all just how quickly and easily this latest chapter in the Chinese success story will be written.
  5. "Political pressure" reportedly kills Huawei/AT&T smartphone deal
  6. China Weighs Slowing or Halting Purchases of U.S. Treasuries
  7. China is reportedly thinking of halting US Treasury purchases and that's worrying markets
  8. China FX regulator: report on slowing US bond buying based on fake news
  9. Chinese Workers Abandon Silicon Valley for Riches Back Home
  10. The Cashless Society Has Arrived— Only It’s in China: Though the U.S. saw $112 billion of mobile payments in 2016, by a Forrester Research estimate, such payments in China totaled $9 trillion
  11. China just reminded the United States that Beijing is its banker
  12. Russian-Chinese trade up 20.8% in 2017, to $84.07 bln
  13. China would win in a trade war with U.S., analyst says
  14. The rise of the petro-yuan
  15. #Marriott apologizes for labeling China's territories as independent: CEO apologized for listing Tibet, among other parts of China, as a country and promised to take measures to prevent such incidents. "Marriott International respects and supports the sovereignty and territorial integrity of China"
  16. Uncle Sam's treatment of Huawei is world-class hypocrisy – consumers will pay the price
  17. The Chinese are now buying as much stuff as Americans, a game-changer for the world economy
  18. China has become the world's 5th largest US #patent recipient, having increased the number of patents it received tenfold in less than 10 years
In Military news
  1. Retired Colonel: China Looks to Bolster Military Presence in #Pakistan. A Chinese military base in Jiwani would control the vital sea lanes in the Arabian Sea at the mouth of the Persian Gulf and provide another link in a string of potential military facilities from the South China Sea to Africa
  2. China’s Wing Loong II Killer #Drone Fires 5 Missiles in Single Sortie: After multiple rounds of flight and firing tests, the Wing Loong II UAS has conducted firing tests with eight types of missiles and dozens of bombs, with a hit rate of 100 percent
  3. PLA Navy to streamline pilot training as more aircraft carriers expected
  4. Chinese armies are now able to use #robots to fire ballistic missiles after successfully developing an automated launching system. The advanced system would help China fire warheads three times faster and halve the number of soldiers involved
  5. Jan 3rd 2018 Military Report Video
  6. Work on main battleship for China’s new-generation aircraft carrier enters home stretch: China now is building four Type 055 destroyers, with two designed to be ‘imperial bodyguards’ to the first home-grown carrier in high seas
  7. China’s hi-tech missile ambitions are marching ahead at warp speed: The DF-17 is the first missile system anywhere that uses a #hypersonic glide vehicle as its payload and is intended for operational deployment. US intelligence expecting the DF-17 to enter service around 2020
  8. Chinese armed forces start new round of training in 2018
  9. New batch of Y-20 planes to boost military transport capability: At least five Y-20 transporters went into service in the country's Western Theater Command. The Y-20 has a maximum takeoff weight of 200 tons and is ideal for transporting cargo and personnel over long distances
Other Notables
  1. China’s top 10 box office hits of all time include four domestic films released in 2017
  2. Exiled Billionaire Guo Wengui funding Steve Bannon, American Far Right
  3. “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” has stumbled in China with a mediocre $28.7 million opening weekend, marking the first real disappointment for the Disney-Lucasfilm tentpole.
  4. The Temple of Heaven - Built between 1406 – 1420, Emperors of the Ming and Qing Dynasty came here for annual prayer ceremonies for a good harvest
  5. A Chinese soldier was challenged with drifting in a tank. He needed to drive three tanks and park them in the right location. Could he complete the "impossible challenge"
  6. Guangzhou - [2048x789]
  7. A combination of heavy blows gave the Chinese fighter called “Black Leopard” a TKO win over Francisco of Spain at Kunlun fight
  8. Ancestor Worship Ceremony Held in China's New Year Celebration: #Chinese people, including overseas Chinese, attended an ancestor-worshiping ceremony to celebrate the New Year at the Mausoleum of Huangdi, or the Yellow Emperor
  9. A Good Music Video Recommended for All Fathers and Daughters 王力宏 親愛的
  10. Catchy song from Brother Hao
  11. Chinese characters from ancient times to present day
  12. Demonizing China will not deter its rise – or improve America’s. America’s apparent policy failures and declining global influence could trigger more intense criticism against China, blaming it for everything under he sun.
  13. Can Germany overcome bias against China?
  14. Godfrey Gao Says He Experienced Racism While Growing Up In Vancouver
  15. GAI - 天乾物燥 (Chinese Hip-hop blended with traditional instruments)
  16. CHINA MAC WHO I AM
  17. When America was a Developing Country, How China's current situation and mentality was like US back in the late 1800s, interesting read
  18. The Monkey King 3 film title song 西游记之女儿国 主题曲《女儿国 》 MV
  19. Post rock - 惘聞 - Lonely God
  20. Congrats!!! Newly-weds attend a group wedding ceremony at a subway station in central China's Wuhan on Wednesday. The 21 couples were involved in the construction of the subway
  21. World's largest ice festival wows tourists as illuminations light up Harbin sky
  22. Total War: THREE KINGDOMS - Announcement Cinematic
  23. Asian American writes emotional essay to Chinese parents - Do not immigrate to America, your kids will suffer.
  24. Why suburbia sucks (Why China must stop urban sprawl and stop following North American thinking about urban planning)
  25. What The Chinese Think Of Chinese Tourist Stereotypes
  26. That was fast.
  27. RAP OF TIBET CYPHER 藏族说唱 TIBET HIP HOP
  28. The Greatest Human Migration in the Recorded History of Mankind (Wealth of Nations Podcast, Ep. 13)
  29. [Traditional Instrument Music] 情蠱 The Love Spell
  30. Who was Zhou Youguang? Google celebrates linguist who developed Chinese phonetic translation
  31. 金发碧眼小洋妞的“中文十级”节日祝福
  32. Founder of pinyin featured on google's main page
  33. Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson on Chinese variety show Kuai Le Da Ben Ying
  34. Looking for some counterweight for Chinese sci-fi, specifically those with Confucian undertones
  35. Ji Cheng: The designer who wins Chinese millennial over
  36. How the word for ‘Tea' spread around the world
  37. Globaltimes: US divisions threaten leadership role
  38. 心動 - JerryC ft. Julia Wu吳卓源
  39. Commentary: Australia needs self-reflection as South Pacific Islands stand up
  40. China’s Strategy to Psych Out the West Is Paying Off
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