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Dogecoin Users Vote Josh Wise “2014 Hottest NASCAR Driver”

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Dogecoin does some wacky things, but this may be the wackiest so far. It seems as though the Dogecoin community wasn’t sick of voting for NASCAR driver Josh Wise since the All-Star race. Users decided to vote him as 2014 Hottest NASCAR Driver by feminine motorsports site The Fast and The Fabulous. Through a flurry […]

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As Gross Exit Sank In, Traders Saw Confusion, Then Opportunity

Business Insider, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

The headquarters of investment firm PIMCO is shown in this photo taken in Newport Beach, California January 26, 2012. REUTERS/Lori Shepler

By Richard Leong, Shankar Ramakrishnan and Michelle Sierra

(Reuters) - As bond traders began what they thought would be a quiet day last Friday, a simple headline crossed their screens: “William H. Gross joins Janus Capital."

Confusion ensued. Several asset managers and traders wondered whether the news was about Pimco's co-founder, known to most on Wall Street simply as Bill Gross, or someone else with the same name.

"The question was, 'Is it THAT William H. Gross?'" said Lou Brien, a veteran market strategist at DRW Trading, a 22-year-old trading firm in Chicago active in futures markets.

It was indeed. The 70-year-old fund manager had quit as chief investment officer of the $2 trillion asset manager and portfolio manager of the world's largest bond fund, the Pimco Total Return Fund, after more than four decades amid tensions with management.

As the news sank in, fixed income traders jumped. Several said they first tried to figure out the biggest holdings of the Total Return Fund, which had $222 billion under management before Gross bolted.

Then, they began selling assets that they believed to be the biggest holdings of the fund, including U.S. Treasuries, Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities (TIPS) and high-yield bonds, anticipating massive redemptions. Clients immediately started withdrawing funds, sending assets in the direction of rivals TCW, DoubleLine Capital, BlackRock Inc and Western Asset Management Co.

The Total Return Fund saw $23 billion in outflows in September, with its worst day of withdrawals in its history on Friday. Pimco declined to comment for this story.

"People scrambled to see what their positions were. People were trying to front-run any liquidation," DRW’s Brien said.

The reaction across financial markets to news of a job change by one man was unprecedented, and the ripples still flow through the bond market. It will also feed into a months-long debate over whether massive asset managers are systemically important, like the global banks, and, therefore, should be regulated more tightly.

Interviews with more than a dozen bond traders and managers about what went on in their minds and in the markets after the news of Gross's departure broke, paint the fullest picture yet of what happened in various markets in its aftermath.

"This event will go down as the single-largest movement of capital as a result of one person's move from one firm to another," said David Barse, chief executive of New York-based Third Avenue Management, which had about $13 billion under management at July 31.

The shock at Pimco rocked a market that was already nervous. Several traders said it may spark a deeper analysis of the depth and liquidity in fixed income markets, especially after financial reforms took away the incentive for large banks to hold inventory of fixed income assets that could have acted as a shock absorber.

Regulators are watching, sources familiar with the situation said. The U.S. Federal Reserve and Treasury Department are talking to market participants about Pimco, but they have not warned investors against pulling their funds, they said. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, which regulates the fixed income market, is also monitoring developments, another person said.

"We are obviously trying to understand the outflows and what is going on. I think it is a natural consequence when you have somebody so high profile like Bill Gross moving out of a firm," Daniel Gallagher, a Republican member of the SEC, told Reuters on Tuesday. "But I hope and expect it won't become too much of a concern as the market soaks up the information about his departure."

To be sure, Gross's exit doesn't appear sufficient to threaten the stability of the entire financial system. While the reaction in the markets was swift and some of its effects linger even now, these market sources said, it appears to have been largely contained.

"Markets have had a more shaky feel to them over the past few days," said Jason Brady, a portfolio manager of Thornburg Investment Management in Santa Fe, New Mexico, which has $88 billion in assets under management. Brady said while markets started to move a bit before the Gross announcement, they have gotten more volatile since Friday. 

   

KNEE-JERK REACTION

In the minutes following the news of Gross's exit on Friday, the reaction across financial markets was clear.

The news was released at 8:28 a.m. Eastern time. CBOT U.S. 10-year T-note futures, one of the most popularly traded U.S. futures contracts, saw volume quadruple in the minutes that followed because Pimco has a large position in Treasuries. More than 200,000 contracts traded between 8:35 a.m. and 9 a.m. as prices dropped and bond yields rose.

The benchmark 10-year Treasury's yield rose to 2.55 percent from 2.50. Investors also sold TIPs, causing those yields to spike. Risk premiums on junk bonds rose broadly as well in anticipation of more selling and spreads widened out sharply. Eurodollar <0#ED:> contracts, arguably the world's most widely traded futures, saw the two and three-year part of the curve cheapen.

Shares of Allianz SE, Pimco's German parent fell more than 6 percent Friday, while those of Janus Capital Group soared 43 percent.

On desks, traders said they smelled panic. "I felt that dealer desks got defensive," said one loan trader, who declined to be named because he was not authorized to speak publicly. "It was a tough day to get a bid."

Another loan trader said some people saw a buying opportunity, thinking, "Let's get out of here and let's buy something else, probably better."

Several of Pimco's rivals said they saw immediate inflows as investors made that trade. "We have definitely had institutional assets in (our) direction," said Chris Orndorff, senior portfolio manager at Western Asset Management Co. in Pasadena, California which manages $470 billion.

Jeffrey Gundlach, Gross's arch-rival, said on Monday his investment firm, DoubleLine Capital, saw between $400 million and $500 million of net inflows on Friday.

"There has been a significant amount of fixed income assets in motion based on recent news," Ron Redell, president of DoubleLine Funds, told Reuters. "We believe DoubleLine, as well as other asset managers, are receiving an increase in interest."

Sources close to BlackRock Inc said the world's largest asset manager was also seeing inflows. It has been buying Treasuries and other fixed income instruments as it is trying to win market share, one of the sources said.

"Given strong performance across our fixed income franchise, we've been seeing solid flows all year. In recent days, conversations with clients, particularly around our Total Return and Strategic Income Opportunities funds have increased greatly," a BlackRock spokeswoman said.

     

EXACERBATING FEAR

Several traders said Gross’s departure came at a time when risk assets, such as stocks and high yield bonds and loans, were already trading off. Concerns about weak European growth, protests in Hong Kong and the first Ebola case in the United States have contributed to safe-haven buying in Treasuries. High yield spreads were under pressure as well because of ongoing concerns about economic growth prospects worldwide and as many investors see that market as overvalued.

Still, traders said there was no mistaking the Gross effect.

The nervousness triggered by his exit seeped into this week, and much of it has lingered. New issues of corporate bonds effectively stopped on Monday. Now, while the selling in bonds has tapered off and primary markets have bounced back, the stress is continuing elsewhere.

The bid-offer yield spreads in riskier bonds including junk bonds, non-agency mortgage-backed securities, commercial mortgage-backed securities and TIPs have remained wider than usual, according to Western Asset's Orndorff.

If redemptions at Pimco were to increase, Orndoff said, "this could be the beginning of a pretty ugly move" in the bond market. "They could be coming in successive waves," Orndoff said.

(Additional reporting by Lisa Lee, Billy Cheung, Jennifer Ablan, David Gaffen in New York, Ross Kerber in Boston and Sarah Lynch in Washington; Writing by Paritosh Bansal; Editing by John Pickering)

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Bitcoin Startup Brings Collectible Card Games to the Block Chain

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

A bitcoin startup wants to bring collectible card games to the block chain with an online game called Deckbound.

Bill Gates: “Bitcoin Technology is Key”

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bill Gates has updated his stance on Bitcoin since calling it simply a “technological tour-de-fource” months ago. Earlier today, speaking with Bloomberg TV’s Erik Schatzker, Bill Gates admitted that “the Bitcoin technology is key.” Bill Gates gave the final speech at SIBOS 2014, the annual SWIFT banking conference held this year in Boston. The Gates […]

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A Visit to Stone Farm, Fitzwilliam, NH

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

[[credits]] Owner, Walker #3: Matt Roach, facebook.com/StoneLibertyAcres Shooter #1, Walker #1: Ryan Taylor Walker #2: Kenny King Camera, Edits: Ruben Alexander Music: Folk Song by Brian Boyko (Brian.Boyko@netqos.com) Windy Old Weather by Kevin MacLeod Production: Bitcoin Magazine [[special thanks]] Thank you, Ademo, for covering our stay at Stone Acres and hooking the Bitcoin Magazine crew up with dinner and breakfast.

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Bitcoin In Bloom: How IBLTs Allow Bitcoin to Scale

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Bitcoin Chief Scientist Gavin Andresen believes a new data structure, Invertible Bloom Lookup Tables (IBLTs), could realign the interests of miners with the rest of the network. Currently, Bitcoin miners have an incentive to keep blocks as small as possible. The smaller the block, the faster it spreads across the payment network. The faster a […]

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Huge Growth of Mobile Payments, Implications For Bitcoin

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

I was in the room when M-Pesa was first launched. As we sat in that conference room in a Nairobi hotel, few of us had any idea that this new baby would eventually grow so fast and so big. When M-Pesa was first launched that day in late 2006, it was designed as a micro-finance […]

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Bitcoin Price Analysis and US Stocks Decline Danger

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Trade continued sideways today with the market looking undecided about direction. The Bitcoin price is $180 away from a clean decline bottom at the $200 price level. Sellers are all sold out, and buyers are apparently waiting for a sign from heaven. Review of Decline The stairstep pattern of decline has repeated itself twice since […]

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Coins in the Kingdom Bitcoin Beginners Workshop

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

(ORLANDO, FL) Curious to learn more about Bitcoin? Need help making sure you’ve properly secured your Magic Internet Money? You are invited to participate in a fun, family friendly, hands-on workshop when the Coins in the Kingdom Conference descends on Orlando, October 4-5. The Bitcoin Beginners’ Workshop, hosted by Will Pangman (Tapeke), and Leigh Haynes (Basic Bitcoin), is open to all Coins in the Kingdom attendees and takes place on Saturday, October 4 at 9:30 a.m., in Orlando’s Wyndham Hotel. Participants will receive a paper wallet containing .01 BTC and learn how to import the BTC into their own wallets, for a truly hands-on cryptocurrency experience. Bitcoin is still in its infancy, but it’s never been easier to get started, […]

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Circle Shows Bitcoin Is Global, Banks Are Local

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

The legacy, balkanized financial system was laid bare on the 29th of September in a reddit thread where users from around the world shared their experience of purchasing bitcoins from Circle, a VC-backed company, which finally announced open registration for all customers across the globe after months of testing by invite only users. While Bitcoin […]

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Do’s and Don’ts of Bitcoin Fundraising Campaigns

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

So you love Bitcoin, and you wanna do something great with it to help change the world? That’s wonderful, you’re an idealist with vision, passion and the courage to reach out and DO SOMETHING meaningful and positive for the world, but are you ready to take on the challenge? Here are a few tips from someone who’s been on the Bitcoin frontline and learned a thing or two about what, and what not to do. Don’t try and do everything yourself! Bitcoin fundraising is all very well, and if you get a good opportunity to get some publicity, or find yourself in a position to raise some money that’s great: use it wisely. There are lots of projects and charities […]

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The Rise of Remittance

Bitcoin Magazine, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

This is a guest post by Luis Buenaventura Reinventing Money Transfers with Bitcoin Bitcoin advocates often emphasise that the cryptocurrency’s greatest impact will be on the “other 6.5 billion” people who have otherwise been excluded from modern financial tools and services. But far from being the magic bullet that Bitcoin appears to be on paper, bringing it to the mainstream in the developing world involves a multidisciplinary initiative capable of surmounting some significant challenges. Just last month, the Philippines gave birth to its 100 millionth citizen, a baby girl named Chonalyn. The headcount was largely symbolic; in truth, about a hundred other babies were being born at the same time around the country. It was, however, no accident that the press […]

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European Fashion Retailer ShowRoomprivé is now accepting Bitcoin

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

ShowRoomPrivé.com, one of Europe’s leading fashion retailers, has announced its partnership with Bitcoin payment processor Paymium to start accepting Bitcoin payments. The French company, which achieved a turnover of more than EUR 350 million in 2013 and employs more than 600 people, wishes to confirm its innovative position in the e-commerce area. Showroomprivé.com CEO Thierry […]

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BitcoinDark – Strengthening Mission-Critical Altcoins

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

BitcoinDark seeks to strengthen coins who offer substance to the cryptocurrency arena while weeding out copy-and-paste cryptocurrencies that do not offer any new value to the industry. Select coins connect to the BitcoinDark SuperNet (UNITY) network while providing both the features of that particular coin, as well as the features of BitcoinDark’s SuperNet. BitcoinDark’s Teleport […]

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BitcoinDark – Strengthening Mission-Critical Altcoins

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

BitcoinDark seeks to strengthen coins who offer substance to the cryptocurrency arena while weeding out copy-and-paste cryptocurrencies that do not offer any new value to the industry. Select coins connect to the BitcoinDark SuperNet (UNITY) network while providing both the features of that particular coin, as well as the features of BitcoinDark’s SuperNet. BitcoinDark’s Teleport […]

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Inside ShapeShift’s Cryptocurrency Exchange, No Login Required

CoinDesk, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

ShapeShift is a cryptocurrency vending site that lets users buy a variety of altcoins without the need to register.

Bitcoin Payment Processor Coinbase To Bring Bitcoin to the Masses

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

The founders of Bitcoin startup Coinbase, Brian Armstrong and Fred Ehrsam, are on a mission possible. Their mission is to spread Bitcoin use to the masses around the world. It is their mission to convince the masses that Bitcoin is not some left-wing plot to bring down governments. It is their mission to end the […]

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Anonibet Now Offering Instant Deposit Bonus

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

It seems that Anonibet just wants to give all of their profits back to their customers. After recently launching a new program for cashback bonuses on casino losses, the online Bitcoin sportsbook and casino is now offering a 10% instant bonus on all deposits. Although this kind of offer is available at some other sportsbooks […]

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Coinbase Expands to 5 More European Countries

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Last month, Coinbase expanded internationally by adding 13 European countries and today they are adding 5 more countries to the Coinbase family: Ireland, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland, Poland. Users in these countries can now link their bank account via SEPA and easily buy and sell Bitcoin. For users in France, Italy, Spain, Belgium, Netherlands, and Finland, […]

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Georgia Tech Personalized Bitcoin Wallet Is Key Adoption Tool

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Student fans of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets now get the opportunity to use their bitcoins. By partnering with BitPay, the university plans to implement the technology before any other university in the United States. The students will get to pay with bitcoin at the concession stand while cheering on the Jackets. They’ll also be […]

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CryptoNote Team Responds to Monero “Coin-Killer” Threat

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Last week, a bitcointalk hero-level community member by the name of “BitcoinEXpress” announced that he found an Achille’s Heel-like vulnerability in CryptoNote, a highly-sophisticated and secure cryptography technology. BitcoinEXpress said that someone could attack Monero, a cryptocurrency that uses CryptoNote, because of this vulnerability. In a post, BitcoinEXpress said the following about a vulnerability: “I […]

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Sir Richard Branson Favors Bitcoin In Virgin Blog Post

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Sir Richard Branson, the billionaire investing-mogul behind Virgin Airlines, Virgin Galactic and a slew of other companies, recently wrote a blog titled “Why I Invest In Startups” on the Virgin official website. It’s no secret that Branson takes favor to Bitcoin as he’s been very vocal in the past and stood alongside other investors in […]

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Bitcoin Service Coinapult Raises $775K from VC Group FirstMark

CryptoCoins News, 1/1/0001 12:00 AM PST

Coinapult’s new service, Locks, frees your bitcoins from price volatility by linking them to tangible assets, such as gold. Customers who lock $1,000 worth of bitcoins today will be able to cash out $1,000 worth of bitcoins today, tomorrow, next year, whenever they like – regardless of the price of bitcoin. Coinapult is FirstMark’s only Bitcoin […]

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