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    Opulous are preparing for launch. Love this project, Loans and NFT based royalty payments for musicians.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/opulousap...22319359021064

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    A similar musician based NFT platform has also just launched on Hedera.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/sikiapp/s...24792921047047

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    Cardano finally making some progress and rolling out some of their Africa projects they’ve been promising for so long.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/CryptoCar...06971274301440

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    Decentralised exchange coming to Hedera, it’s also a great resource featuring all Hedera related news and videos.

    https://www.hederax.org/exchange

    https://mobile.twitter.com/HederaX/s...08109615247364


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    Polygon Matic seems to be one of the hot picks from cryptobanter this altcoin season. It’s recently been on a parabolic run so could retrace back down to $0.40 from its current price of $0.80. Or it could just keep going as it seems to be a favourite of a lot of big youtubers. Anything that brings some extra speed to the Ethereum network might be a good one to dollar-cost-average into.


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    Just watching some Gary Gensler, the new SEC regulator, give lectures on blockchain technology:

    https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/sloan-sc...ain-economics/

    “If a blockchain doesn’t have quick finality and isn’t cheaper to use than VISA, you may as well stay with paper ledgers” (around the 16minute mark of the presentation).

    Then we have this snippet of him discussing his work with Silvio Micali:

    https://mobile.twitter.com/bilalgora...32799014281217


    Was Algorand specifically designed to replace VISA? Cant find the video now but there’s also a snippet from Gensler dated a couple years ago saying 98% of blockchains won’t survive regulation.

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    Algorand also making waves in Miami:

    https://mobile.twitter.com/stevekoki...52950808317957
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    Crypto gaining even more mainstream adoption today. BitGo bought for $1billion by Galaxy Digital, who plan on opening up the space to institutional investors.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/Blockwork...69313034407937


    https://mobile.twitter.com/BitGo/sta...31201511657476

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    Tom Luongo with an interesting political rant sharing his thoughts on how crypto is helping fracture ‘the great reset’ agenda.


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    Where Tether get all those dollars from? One Bitcoin analyst, Joe Saz, noticed last year that Bitcoins break out of the coronavirus dump low last March, directly correlated with Tether printing digital dollars and using those to buy Bitcoin and inflating the price. That was the moment he says Bitcoin went from an organic market to a heavily manipulated and inorganic market. How many unbacked dollars have they been printing? Explains why Tron price keeps pumping though.

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    Default Re: Cryptocurrency: which alt-coins are the globalist corporations backing and why?

    The sec and ripple court case meeting behind closed doors later on today.watch this space

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    Very broad look at the Crypto technology. I found it pretty inspiring.


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    Quote Posted by Mypos (here)
    Very broad look at the Crypto technology. I found it pretty inspiring.

    Oh yeah, that guys been orange pilled! it’s a whole new paradigm once you see the ‘golden age of opportunity’, as he describes it. I enjoyed his distinctions between debasement of monetary value versus hyperinflation as well. His enthusiasm for crypto reminded me of an analogy Max Keiser shared on one of his orange pill podcasts a while back.

    Apparantly there was a study where researchers found a dead coral reef, completely abondoned of life, and attempted to rejuvenate and rebuild the ecosystem again. They achieved this by putting speakers on the ocean bed, which played living coral reef noises. Overtime, as passing fish are drawn in by the sound, more and more sea creatures decided to set up home, to the point that the formerly dead reef becomes bustling with life again just through the power of sound alone. Max Keiser describes the “ker-ching” noise of people getting rich on Bitcoin as akin to the sounds played at the bottom of the dead reef to bring it back to life. Just a vortex of life, noise and energy that pulls everything in as a new culture of finance is resurrected from the hollowed out shell of the old financial ecosystem.

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    I noticed he name-dropped Hedera briefly as well, wonder if he had them in mind when he was talking about the power of tokenising physical assets like real estate. which reminds me, Hedera upgraded their mainnet today to enable ‘scheduled transactions’. They’ve also completed the addition of French Energy firm, EDF, and Shinhan bank to their network of node operators.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/hedera/st...94018316566529


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    A new global debt fund based stablecoin launching on Algorand, Basquet.io

    Link to SEC Filing: https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/d...d148443dn2.htm

    "A regulated, interest-bearing stablecoin backed by a basket of high-quality, global bonds."
    Quote THE DIGITAL SECURITIES
    The shares will be issued as digital securities, meaning they will be uncertificated securities, the ownership and transfer of which will be authenticated and recorded as Algorand Standand Assets on Algorand, an open source, public, blockchain-based distributed computing platform and operating system featuring smart contract functionality. The Algorand Standard Asset feature allows the Fund to enforce transfer restrictions within the shares’ smart-contract. This enables the Fund to control, among other things, the conditions under which the shares may be transferred, to whom they may be transferred and the number of shares that may be transferred (for instance, in a quarterly repurchase offer, as described below).

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    Vesta Equity, doing for real estate what Opulous is doing for the music industry.
    “Home equity financing has not changed in over a century. So, we decided to connect homeowners directly to investors. By doing this we eliminate lenders and liberate home equity for the homeowner and investor to create a more prosperous future for all.” — The Vesta Equity Team
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    Hbar and Cardano coming to Celsius network, free up the liquidity of your digital assets by getting collateral loans against your holdings. It’ll be interesting to see what kind of rates they’ll be offering.

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    Vesta Equity, doing for real estate what Opulous is doing for the music industry.
    “Home equity financing has not changed in over a century. So, we decided to connect homeowners directly to investors. By doing this we eliminate lenders and liberate home equity for the homeowner and investor to create a more prosperous future for all.” — The Vesta Equity Team
    https://mobile.twitter.com/vestaequi...51605691510784
    I read the article and a few others from April 8th and I still don't quite get what Vesta Equity is doing let alone how tokenization fits in. Is Vesta Equity offering normal mortgages, reverse mortgages or something else? Can someone explain?
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    Quote Posted by Jayke (here)
    Vesta Equity, doing for real estate what Opulous is doing for the music industry.
    “Home equity financing has not changed in over a century. So, we decided to connect homeowners directly to investors. By doing this we eliminate lenders and liberate home equity for the homeowner and investor to create a more prosperous future for all.” — The Vesta Equity Team
    https://mobile.twitter.com/vestaequi...51605691510784
    I read the article and a few others from April 8th and I still don't quite get what Vesta Equity is doing let alone how tokenization fits in. Is Vesta Equity offering normal mortgages, reverse mortgages or something else? Can someone explain?
    I first heard about them from someone on Twitter who’d just bought a fractional share in a house for the purpose of receiving a dividend from the rent payments each month. In the non-blockchain world it’d be equivalent to buying shares in a REIT (Real Estate Investment Trust).

    They also have a traditional peer-to-peer marketplace where you can exchange the tokenised deeds to properties over the blockchain rather than through expensive lawyers and middlemen.

    If you’re a homeowner and need to free up some capital, instead of going to the banks to remortgage, you can tokenise ownership of a fraction of your house, sell those fractional shares to raise funds, then buy back over time with rent payments until you’ve paid off what you sold. All done peer-to-peer.

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    Algorand joins Deutsche bank and the BIS to discuss decentralisted finance and CBDC’s.


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    Exodus wallet had their IPO recently. They partnered with a company called Securitize (who operate on the Algorand blockchain) to distribute their shares.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/exodus_io...67084864937984

    https://mobile.twitter.com/Jonatha18...56651237445636

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    A new digital art marketplace called ZestBloom. Algorands network effect seems to be gaining rapid traction.

    https://twitter.com/zestbloom/status...95863507210247
    Quote What is Zestbloom?
    ZestBloom is a next generation Digital Media marketplace seeking to offer a brand new way of experiencing Crypto Art while simultaneously supporting and promoting artists for their contributions. We are built on Algorand, one of the fastest and most efficient blockchains to date allowing us to facilitate purchases and track ownership of assets, with significantly reduced fees and a smaller carbon footprint.
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    Thank you Jayke for explaining Vesta Equity's business. I also want to thank you for HBar. I bought in at $0.14.
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    Thank you Jayke for explaining Vesta Equity's business. I also want to thank you for HBar. I bought in at $0.14.
    Good price to get in at. It’s still really early on Hbar, only 20 council members signed in a 39 council member governing structure. We seem to get a price pump with every council member that signs up lately, so by time the other 19 are added, it’ll be interesting to see where we’re at.

    Hbar overtook Ethereum in total ever transaction count last week, yet the moderators on Reddit keep censoring the news.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/HederaCli...02510465093634

    At the 36 minute mark, Mance Harmon addresses concerns about why Hbars price hasn’t been pumping lately (even though it’s up 300% in 3 months ). He gives some insight as to some of the regulations that might bring down other networks “we don’t play market maker, we don’t sell and buy back our own tokens to manipulate the price”, “the price is organically market driven”. My favourite statement he made, “we’re focusing on enterprise adoption, if we get enterprise, we get it all”. Overly ambitious? Or did his time running the US war games command give him some strategic insight on how to destroy the competitors?

    Definitely big plans in the works with Hbar. Its been like the tortoise and the hare price wise recently though, other coins been popping off like crazy while Hbar takes it easy, yet I’ve no doubt Hbar will eventually catch up, overtake and dominate the market.

    Rob Allen from EFTPOS Australia discusses Hederas strengths against other networks with John Miller from Kraken. At 23 minutes, “we might not end up with 39 council members, we might end up with hundreds, with hundreds of nodes”.
    https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=824364

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    Follow the money. London based blockchain investment firm EternaCapital have a curious portfolio. Besides the known familiars, Origin protocol looks like an NFT platform and Dfinity a layer 1 Internet computer. Ziglu, an app based exchange with debit card.


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    Hbar listed on Uphold trading platform. Let’s you trade in and out of different fiat currency pairs as well as precious metals.


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    DFINITY (The Internet Computer) looks really interesting.
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    Quote Posted by Vangelo (here)
    DFINITY (The Internet Computer) looks really interesting.
    I couldn’t find anywhere to buy the tokens for that one. Looks like you have to have mining hardware to contribute to the ecosystem to earn rewards. Certainly looks to be an ambitious project though.

    Update: Coin market cap have just updated the Dfinity page, it’s now available on all familiar exchanges. It’s shot straight to 7th place in terms of total crypto market cap. A huge amount of money has suddenly flown into this project.

    https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies...puter/markets/

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    Mance Harmon retweeted this one. Provendb a blockchain base database service switched from Ethereum to Hedera due to the recent 20,000% increase in Ethereum gas fees. The reason they chose Hedera because “it’s increasingly popular with large Enterprises”. As Mance ominously said recently, “if we get enterprise, we get it all”. The great migration begins.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/gehrigkun...99008801509378


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    NBA star builds a super app on Hedera. “Calaxy is essentially a cocktail of fan tokens, OnlyFans, Patreon, social media and a supercharged Cameo”.

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    Spencer Dinwiddie: Why NBA Players Are Warming to Crypto

    Nobody in the NBA knows crypto better than the Brooklyn Nets' point guard. Now he wants to sell you on Calaxy.

    NBA junkies know Spencer Dinwiddie as the promising point guard who averaged 20 points and 7 dimes for the Brooklyn Nets last season, before tearing his ACL and missing most of 2021. Crypto junkies know him as something else entirely: a longtime blockchain innovator who, back in 2019, suggested tokenizing his National Basketball Association contract. (He eventually held his token sale in 2020, even if it didn’t go exactly as planned.)

    Dinwiddie later acknowledged that putting his NBA contract on the blockchain wasn’t entirely necessary, but that it served a longer-term and perhaps more ambitious purpose. “It was to future-proof,” he said in October. “It was about what was coming.”

    And now we have a clearer idea of what’s coming: Calaxy, a mash-up of “Creator’s Galaxy.” Dinwiddie is the founder and CEO. (When healthy, Dinwiddie somehow has time to run the Nets’ fast breaks and also run a company. I can barely manage running the dishwasher.) Dinwiddie describes Calaxy, which is still in beta, as a “social media super app from the future, designed by Creators for Creators.”

    Spencer Dinwiddie, of the Brooklyn Nets and Calaxy, will be speaking at Consensus by CoinDesk, our virtual experience May 24-27. Register here. Calaxy is essentially a cocktail of fan tokens, OnlyFans, Patreon, social media and a supercharged Cameo. Here’s how it works. For fans, you can buy tokens of entertainers and influencers (such as Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott) and then use those tokens for direct access and perks, without the usual middlemen.

    For creators and entertainers, you can raise funds through those very tokens, and then use the tokens to monetize your direct engagements with fans. As for the blockchain? As Dinwiddie explained in his announcement, “When you scale to an ecosystem that revolves around every individual’s intellectual property and likeness and you want verifiable scarcity as well as lightweight trading and movement, blockchain is necessary.”

    Dinwiddie has been in the space since 2017, he’s an investor in multiple projects (including Dapper Labs, which developed NBA Top Shot) and you almost get the sense that crypto is not just a side hustle but his true calling. He once described himself as “just a tech guy with a jumper.” Over a Zoom in April, Dinwiddie sat down with CoinDesk to dish on what we can expect from Calaxy, why NBA players are warming to crypto and why creators will flock to the new Calaxy ecosystem. (Hint: It partially involves nudity, or a lack thereof.)

    ... the article continues with a transcribed interview.
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    The crypto adoption curve mirroring the internet adoption curve.

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