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Brian Kelly: Bitcoin Cash Hard Fork Caused “Crypto Civil War”

Brian Kelly, founder and CEO of cryptocurrency investment firm BKCM, has said the market is experiencing a “crypto civil war” as the announced “hard fork” in Bitcoin Cash failed to ...
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OkCoin Exchange Launches Operation in Argentina in Conquest of Latin America

OkCoin, a leading digital asset platform for fiat and token trading headquartered in Beijing, has expanded its operation to Argentina and is about to do the same in other Latin ...
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Report: ICO Funding Stumbles in Q3, Regulation a Primary Factor

A recent report details just how weak initial coin offering (ICO) fundraising is becoming amidst the persisting 2018 crypto bear market, with Q3 being the least successful fundraising quarter for ...
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European Central Bank Exec: Bitcoin is the “Evil Spawn of the Financial Crisis”

Yet another prominent member of the established financial industry has expressed scepticism about Bitcoin. This time it is European Central Bank executive, Benoit Cœuré. Cœuré: Bitcoin Is a Clever Idea, Just ...
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Bitcoin Cash War Begins: Hash Power of BCH Increasing Rapidly

Bitcoin Cash’s controversial chain split scheduled for today has been activated at block number 556,766. Around three hours after the split, it appears that one of the main instigators of the ...
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Coinbase Exec Bullish On Crypto Mining, Even Amid Market Slump

Coinbase CTO Talks Coinmine, Crypto Mining Just days ago, Coinmine, a lesser-known crypto upstart, unveiled its first product — the fittingly named Coinmine One. For those who aren’t in the loop, ...
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Crypto Analysts Turn Bearish: Bitcoin (BTC) May Take “Months To Recover”

Crypto Market Stabilizes After Drop, Analysts Skeptical As reported by Ethereum World News previously, on Wednesday morning, the jaws of crypto investors worldwide hit the floor, as Bitcoin (BTC) tumbled ...
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Hedge Fund Manager: The Bitcoin And Crypto Market Disruption Is Nothing To Worry About

November 14 will be remembered as the day the crypto market plunged into a hole. When the tides hit, Bitcoin and most others saw double-digit drops. Bitcoin triggered the “death ...
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Dogecoin (DOGE) and Basic Attention Token (BAT) Showcase First Recovery Motives

Following Bitcoin’s BTC last value plunge against the US Dollar, altcoins as traditionally acted similar to the leader’s performance and dived below major important levels which were supporting the prices ...
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Fake Mobile Cryptocurrency Wallet Apps Found on Google Play Store

A recent discovery shows the presence of phony cryptocurrency wallets found on the Google Play Store. The fight against malicious apps seems not to be ending any time soon. Fake ...
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Explained: Bitcoin Cash Hash Wars, Where the Factions Stand on the Issues

Recently, there has been a storm brewing in Bitcoin Cash (BCH). Two upgrades to the underlying software of Bitcoin Cash threaten to split the coin in two, and both factions ...
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FanWide’s Bringing Tokens to Game Night [INTERVIEW]

With a hop and a skip, the blockchain industry may fast be proving its barebones infrastructure is ready to withstand the supersonic strains of the next tech boom. The president ...
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Bitcoin Lightning Network Reaches All-Time High Capacity

Efforts to improve the scalability of Bitcoin appear to be bearing fruit as the Lightning Network, a second layer off-chain scalability solution on the network designed to handle vast transaction ...
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Cryptocurrency Hedge Funds Seek ICO-Like Returns From Stablecoin Investments

Cryptocurrency hedge funds remain optimistic about the prospects of making massive gains in the digital asset markets, despite falling prices and negative investor sentiment over the asset class. Seeking ICO-Like ...
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Marshall Islands Government Votes to Move Forward With Plan for State Cryptocurrency

The Republic of the Marshall Islands will move forward with its plan to introduce its own cryptocurrency, despite a vote of no confidence against President Hilda Heine’s support of the ...
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Free Will and the Market Place

Free will is the starting point of all ethical thinking and it plays an equally important part in the business of making a living. If man were not endowed with ...
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The Economic Basis of Culture

[From the 2006 Commerce and Culture Seminar, presented by Paul Cantor.] Now that Marxists have lost the economic arguments, culture is now the last battleground between Marxism and free markets ...
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Indians and the Confederacy, Part 1: “Civilizing” The Five Nations

Season 3, Episode 31. In 1861, the Five Civilized Tribes — the Cherokees, Creeks, Chickasaws, Choctaws, and Seminoles — would be faced with the decision of staying neutral or choosing ...
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Venezuela Has Hyperinflation. Now What?

Venezuela is the fifty-seventh country to encounter hyperinflation in modern history. The economist Steve Hanke estimated — using the doctrine of purchasing power parity (PPP) — that the country’s monthly inflation exceeded ...
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How to Resolve the De-Platforming Problem

Is enacting anti-discrimination legislation the answer to social media de-platforming? Many right-wing commentators are justifiably concerned about social media censorship of controversial content creators. Unfortunately, they advocate for state-based solutions ...
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VantagePoint Hot Stocks Outlook for the Week of November 16th, 2018

Hot Stocks Outlook for the Week of November 16th, 2018 VantagePoint Software reviews five fresh stocks each week. The Hot Stocks Outlook uses VantagePoint market forecasts that are up to ...
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Friday: Industrial Production, NY Fed Quarterly Report on Household Debt and Credit

Friday:• At 9:15 AM ET, The Fed will release Industrial Production and Capacity Utilization for October. The consensus is for a 0.2% increase in Industrial Production, and for Capacity Utilization ...
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California Existing Homes in October: Sales Down 7.9% YoY, Inventory Up 28%

The CAR reported: Homebuyers continue to wait it out in October as market uncertainties lingerAs market uncertainties continue to linger, California home sales declined for the sixth straight month in ...
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Earlier: NY Fed Mfg “Solid”, Philly Fed Mfg “Slowed” in November

Earlier: From the NY Fed: Empire State Manufacturing Survey Business activity continued to grow at a solid clip in New York State, according to firms responding to the November 2018 ...
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Retail Sales increased 0.8% in October

On a monthly basis, retail sales increased 0.8 percent from September to October (seasonally adjusted), and sales were up 4.6 percent from October 2017.From the Census Bureau report:Advance estimates of ...
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Weekly Initial Unemployment Claims increased to 216,000

The DOL reported:In the week ending November 10, the advance figure for seasonally adjusted initial claims was 216,000, an increase of 2,000 from the previous week's unrevised level of 214,000 ...
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A review of things you need to know before you go home on Friday; plenty of rate changes, PMIs improve, KiwiSavers take a hit, lakes refill fast, petrol prices drop, swaps soften, NZD rises, & more

TweetHere are the key things you need to know before you leave work today. MORTGAGE RATE CHANGES NZCU South has cut its one year fixed mortgage rate by -30 bps, ...
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Rabobank sees solid returns in red meat sector in 2019 with sheepmeat leading the way. The trade wars may improve our competitiveness, but other risks need to be watched and responded to

TweetContent supplied by Rabobank While some downward pressure is expected on beef prices in next 12 months, sheepmeat pricing is anticipated to remain strong, signalling another year of solid returns ...
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It was hard work closing the price gap between buyers and sellers at the latest Auckland apartment auctions

TweetThis one bedroom apartment with two car parks in Grey Lynn sold for $490,000.It was hard work getting agreement on price at this week's main Auckland apartment auctions. There was ...
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Motu researchers on the history of wellbeing, robot ethics, whether the left or right hand should pay tax, the 1918 flu epidemic, prestige and value for money, the effect of cash transfers, protecting large carnivores, and the expansion of the culture war

TweetThis week's guest Top 10 comes from Ben Davies, Kate Preston, Sophie Hale, Sally Owen, and Dom White of economic research institute Motu. As always, we welcome your additions in the comments below ...
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Online dairy sales gets some exposure from China and a glimpse of the value opportunities compared with the volume strategies of the past. MPI stubs its toe over MPB again

TweetBy Guy Trafford Readers may have heard the good news about the sales Fonterra achieved through its Anchor at the “Double 11” event. What happened was over a 24-hour period ...
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JFEC Special Issue for Peter Christoffersen

No, I have not gone into seclusion. Well actually I have, but not intentionally and certainly not for lack of interest in the blog. Just the usual crazy time of ...
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Six Ways To Win At Employee Experience

    At the start of January, Forbes contributor, Denise Lee Yohn, shared this quote, followed by its definition. She wrote, “EX is the sum of everything an employee experiences ...
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ETH/USD Price Analysis: Below $200 ETH Mining is Useless, Hash Rate Drop

After 11 months of relentless bears, statistics from Susquehanna, a US based trading and technology firm has confirmed that mining Ether is no longer profitable. This is mostly due to ...
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Bitcoin Cash Price Analysis: BCH/USD Could Test $300 or $850 by End Week

Latest Bitcoin Cash News Today marks the a new beginning or the end of Bitcoin Cash assuming Craig Wright wins the hash rate game and mine empty blocks before Roger ...
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Bitcoin Price Analysis: BTC/USD Must Dump before Bulls Reign in 2019

The Bitcoin FUD It’s a capitulation. It’s the end of Bitcoin. It’s a Bitcoin Sell-off. And it’s true; a typical Bitcoin investor is bleeding right now. But a critical look ...
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Australian Taxpayers Have Paid $1 Million to Scammers Through Bitcoin ATMs Since July

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has used official channels to warn taxpayers of scammers who are fooling people into paying their taxes through Bitcoin ATMs to their accounts. As the ...
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Tokyo Police Crackdown on Alleged Crypto Pyramid Scheme, Arrest Eight Individuals

As global regulators rush to institute legal frameworks aimed at reducing the amount of fraud and scams that exist within the cryptocurrency industry, a recent series of arrests in Tokyo ...
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Ripple’s XRP Overtakes Ethereum ETH Second Position Amidst Market Plunge

XRP USD Upon Bitcoin‘s [BTC] drop below the yearly lowest, the market follows and deep dives in the red leaving many HODLers speechless as the anticipated breakout went the wrong way ...
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Bitcoin (BTC) Crash! Price Plummets to One-Year Low as Cryptocurrency Market Sees Red

Bitcoin (BTC) fell by more than 11 percent on Wednesday to reach its lowest level since October 2017. This sudden fall comes after months of contracting volatility leading to a ...
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TRON’s TRX Lands Two New Exchange Listings, The Bears Are Getting Scared

Being one of the top cryptos and growing more popular over the last few months, TRX hasn’t had a shortage of moments of glory in the media. The company, Tron ...
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Ethereum [ETH] Headed for $180 in Widespread Market Sell-off

Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Cryptocurrency–After months of relative price stability for cryptocurrency, a period which saw Bitcoin volatility drop below both tech stocks and the S&P 500, it appears the ...
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Ripple Price Analysis: XRP/USD Stable as Ripple Net set to power the $637 billion Chinese e-Commerce

Latest Ripple News Fact is, member banks wish not to pay more to access SWIFT new GPI. On their part, Ripple through Brad Garlinghouse, aren’t seeking for a SWIFT-Ripple partnership ...
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IMF Chief Calls for Central Banks to Consider Issuing Digital Currencies

International Monetary Fund (IMF) Chair Christine Lagarde has called for central banks to consider the possibility of issuing Central Banks Digital Currencies (CBDC), describing them as potential tools of financial ...
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Bitcoin Plunges to $5400: 12 Month Low, Market Sheds $25 Billion

Bitcoin hits a historic 12 month low of $5400. The pre-eminent cryptocurrency has cratered 11 percent just within the last four hours. The enormous drop in price appears to be ...
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Volatility Should Not Hold Investors Back from Accepting Cryptocurrency as an Asset Class in Asia

Asia’s traditional financial market has begun to recognize the investment merits of cryptocurrencies and its potential to be accepted as a formal asset class. Earlier this month, the Hong Kong’s ...
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Thailand’s Democrat Party Holds First Ever Election Vote with Blockchain Technology

Thailand’s main opposition Democrat Party has become the first in the world to use blockchain technology in a live electronic voting system involving more than 120,000 voters for its primary ...
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Binance Volumes Down 90% from January, CZ Still Bullish

Despite having watched Binance trade volumes shrink a cool 90 percent since January, CEO Changpeng ‘CZ’ Zhao says his market-leading exchange is firing on all cylinders. Speaking to Ran Neuner ...
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The Brutality of Slavery

In a slave system, threats of brutality underlay the whole relationship. Narrated by Floy Lilley. This article is excerpted from Conceived in Liberty, Volume 1, Chapter 6, "The Social Structure of ...
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The Brutality of Slavery

[This article is excerpted from Conceived in Liberty, volume 1, chapter 6, "The Social Structure of Virginia: Bondservants and Slaves". An MP3 audio file of this article, narrated by Floy ...
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