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De Soto Inc.: Where Eminent Domain Meets the Blockchain

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

Interview With Patrick Byrne and Hernando de Soto on the Launch of De Soto Inc.

Just as a country’s borders drawn on a globe aren’t often exact, neither are the lines drawn on individual properties around much of the world. De Soto Inc., a socially-conscious joint venture between Overstock.com subsidiary Medici Ventures, Overstock founder Patrick Byrne and world-renowned Peruvian economist Hernando de Soto, has plans to solve the problems of property titles with a developed global property registry system utilizing decentralized blockchain technology.

The vision of de Soto and Byrne is a simple one: by making property rights and claims of individuals publicly recorded and globally verified, they can enable the poor to safely unlock the value of their land; help to mollify disputes by clearly stating who claims what property; and empower local land ownership.

The venture, announced in December 2017, pairs de Soto’s decades worth of reform experience as the founder of the Institute for Liberty and Democracy think tank with Patrick Byrne’s enthusiasm for bitcoin and the capabilities of its underlying blockchain technology. In an interview with Bitcoin Magazine, both men discussed the purpose of their ambitious undertaking.

De Soto Inc. aims to create a global property registry blockchain as a utility that will unlock dead capital, help five billion people have modernized property rights, give information necessary to settle property conflicts/disputes and to fight terrorism by undermining terrorists’ business model.

From de Soto’s perspective, the prospect of having the logistical and entrepreneurial support of Patrick Byrne and Medici Ventures behind his vision was important. With Byrne and Medici at his side, de Soto hopes the new venture will highlight the differences between government views on property rights and the actual reality of property rights.

The noted economist stated, “For me it’s very simple. I’ve been behind what blockchain means for the world for a while, and the whole issue [of property ownership] was a natural meeting place for us. It’s the entrepreneurial ability and the strength of Patrick to be able to pull all of these things together.”

Handling Multiple Property Ownership Systems on One Blockchain

Property laws around the world vary wildly based on country, political/religious systems and particular ideologies. China, for example, does not allow citizens to “own” property, but rather lease it from the government (albeit some leases are for up to 99 years). Other countries with nomadic histories can have more lax views on property ownership than western counterparts.The idea of individuals owning private property as a “freehold estate” that they can pass on to other generations is not ubiquitous. De Soto Inc. addressed how they would manage to account for all of these different types of property ownership systems on a single blockchain.

De Soto emphasized that they were not trying to give any opinion or show preference for one type of property system or one country’s system over others. “What we’re doing is providing all sides information as to how actually the informal economy holds its assets on the basis of the ledgers that we are going to obtain from them.”

As Byrne pointed out, property ownership may be described by what “the central government says...but then there are the people and what they say. This will put a sunlight on all kinds of disputes or disagreements. They will all be surfaced and be able to be dealt with, rather than just be the source of underlying [conflicts].”

Both men reiterated that De Soto Inc. doesn’t plan to actually solve the problems or act as a mediator or judge in any capacity, but that they plan to “provide MASSIVE information” that would provide a “digital shortcut” that would connect the formal legal ways of recognizing property ownership in underdeveloped and developing countries with the reality of property ownership experienced by the people in those countries. As de Soto puts it:

[E]ach country has its own way of coming into the global spectrum. What we are doing is providing all that missing [property ownership] information of the two-thirds of the world which isn’t [already] published and make the connection between the systems so that they work themselves out, clash by clash…making sure that all that information is side by side and can be compared and connected anywhere in the world.

Eminent Domain Meets the Blockchain

If we think about eminent domain,” said de Soto, “most of the problems you have in my part of the world...is not knowing whose rights you are affecting. In other words, eminent domain says the state can expropriate in certain conditions. But when you get to places like Peru...like Ethiopia or the Niger Delta or Algeria… the eminent domain laws don’t apply.”

What we have found out is that everywhere in the world, where those property rights don’t seem to match the global system, everything is already on existing ledgers.

De Soto Inc. now seeks a way to make “that mosaic of information” common by using “expert systems and blockchain technology” to create a platform that will showcase not only where land ownership lies, but where contradictions are and “who really controls things on ground zero as opposed to the law books.”

While De Soto Inc.’s stance may seem anti-authoritarian at first blush, De Soto believes their platform will give “everybody, including authorities, an idea of the volume, the enormous volume of people outside the legal system.”  Authorities can then be made aware of a property rights problem before miscommunication leads to further issues.

Property With Multiple Ownership Claims on It

De Soto and Byrne take a rather pragmatic view toward the idea of accounting for disputed territories.  

“When you get on the ground,” de Soto said, ”there is no such thing as a territory overlapping another one; there’s always a fence. We’re getting to the fences.”

There are multiple schools of thought on property rights and possession interest that could cause friction of those fences, such as the rightful claims of ownership over Jerusalem, which is a holy city for three major religions. 

But, as de Soto pointed out, most of the property disputes heard of were based on claims to ownership. In other words, whether you believe Tibet is an Autonomous Region of China, or that the Eastern Ukraine should be free from Russian control is less important at any given moment then who owns, polices, taxes and protects the land that is subject to dispute.  

As Byrne put it, “We are going to document possession.” The implication laid out elsewhere in the interview is that whatever claims or issues go beyond the idea of ‘possession=ownership’ is for the parties to the dispute to resolve (or not). De Soto Inc. does not claim to opine on anything beyond possession, the basic code to property law.

Disrupting the Terrorist Business Model

While property disputes can be nasty, a particularly difficult form for De Soto Inc. to wrestle with seems to be adverse possession, where someone knows they don’t have ownership rights to the land and tries to claim it anyhow. The most extreme version of this could be viewed as terrorist control in areas of the world. Byrne and de Soto, however, had an answer to the subject of “terrorism.”

“The ledgers are not drawn up by the terrorists,” said de Soto. “The ledgers are drawn up by the local people.”

Byrne elaborated on de Soto’s point:

One of Hernando’s great discoveries is that the business model of a terrorist is going into those local guys who run the ledgers and saying, ‘We’ll recognize your ledger if you give us support.’ And we can disrupt [that].

He added that maybe the best way to fight terrorism is to fight the business model. “What we are doing is a business disruption of the business models of ISIS and FARC and Al Qaeda and all these guys. The best way to disrupt the terrorists is to disrupt their business model.”

Is De Soto Inc.’s plan a herculean undertaking? It seemed after speaking with both men that they will even acknowledge that. But given the potential impact on the planet, both Byrne and de Soto seemed staunchly convinced this was the right thing for them to go “all in” on.

While the venture is capitalistic, or as Byrne put it, “We may make a few shekels in the process and that’s OK…” He reiterated that the venture was primarily a socially conscious undertaking — the fruition of both his and Hernando de Soto’s life’s work.

De Soto Inc. has plans to scale up in as many new territories as possible. According to de Soto, “We have requests from heads of state that go from Sub-Saharan Africa to the Maghreb, to Latin America to Asia, once we get our act on the ground, we will see which [areas] we will take on first…there are no geographical priorities.”

If De Soto Inc. can deliver on its goals, the only geographic restriction (currently) on the blockchain property registry system will be planet Earth.

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

The biggest tech companies should be thinking about these 3 things during the rest of 2018 (FB, AMZN, NFLX, GOOGL)

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

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  • Three themes could shape the performance of the biggest tech companies in 2018, according to UBS Analyst Eric Sheridan.
  • The challenges companies like Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, and Alphabet's Google have faced in the fourth quarter will likely follow them into 2018, Sheridan says.

The latest earnings season was a mixed bag for some of the biggest tech companies, like Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, and Alphabet's Google, but any stock underperformance this quarter was mostly underscored by a lack of catalysts or communicated prospects that could enthuse investors, rather than any fundamental weakness, Eric Sheridan of UBS said.

The fourth quarter revealed several key themes among the high-flying stocks that will shape their growth prospects throughout 2018, Sheridan said.

He listed these three key "debates:"

  1. The use of cash. On the heels of a one-time tax charge and repatriation of assets from the new tax law, companies will need to choose what to spend their tax breaks on, which could be on operating expenses, capital expenditures, or shareholder buybacks. Even with stock outperformance and earnings beats, how companies spend their cash will determine how they would ignite future growth. The result could energize investors or disappoint them. Google, for instance, missed estimates last quarter over higher traffic acquisition costs and higher expenses to reach smartphone users. Meanwhile, Netflix's projected spending on original content may help them "build a global moat."
  2. Regulatory environment. Tech companies will have to grapple with the General Data Protection Regulation, Europe's new privacy law, which limits the types of personal data tech companies can collect, store and use within the EU. Compliance with the law will likely result in a ripple effect on how these companies treat users' data in other markets. Google, Amazon, and Facebook have already rolled out changes to their user privacy terms in January, which included simplifying customer agreements and being more transparent about what data they use and what other people can see.
  3. Competition. The tech giants will face increasing competition "between online vs. offline [and] within new players emerging vs. large scaled players," Sheridan said. The challenge will be staying ahead of traditional companies, such as Walmart and Target, that have attempted to acquire or partner with others to retain or grab market share against the likes of Amazon. Moreover, new entrants, like Spotify — which filed to go public last week — or Baidu's iQiyi, which also wants to go public, will also compete with streaming companies like Amazon and Netflix for subscribers.   

Sheridan said that investors could view these themes as key to determining how these companies may perform, and what challenges they will face, in 2018.

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Ripple's XRP sinks after Coinbase shuts down rumors it's listing the cryptocurrency

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  • Ripple's XRP is now down more than 4% on Monday, pairing its earlier gains, after Coinbase shut down yet another rumor that it was planning to support the cryptocurrency.
  • "We have made no decision to add additional assets to either GDAX or Coinbase," the company said in a tweet Monday afternoon.
  • XRP, the third-largest cryptocurrency by market cap, surged as much as 6% Monday morning after a planned CNBC segment Tuesday featuring both Coinbase President Asiff Hirji and Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse fueled rumors online that Coinbase might have been planning to announce support for XRP. 
  • Ripple's XRP has fallen 53% this year.

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Ripple's XRP sinks after Coinbase shuts down rumors it's listing the cryptocurrency

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

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  • Ripple's XRP is now down more than 4% on Monday, pairing its earlier gains, after Coinbase shut down yet another rumor that it was planning to support the cryptocurrency.
  • "We have made no decision to add additional assets to either GDAX or Coinbase," the company said in a tweet Monday afternoon.
  • XRP, the third-largest cryptocurrency by market cap, surged as much as 6% Monday morning after a planned CNBC segment Tuesday featuring both Coinbase President Asiff Hirji and Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse fueled rumors online that Coinbase might have been planning to announce support for XRP. 
  • Ripple's XRP has fallen 53% this year.

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'No Decision' on New Assets, Coinbase Says Amid Ripple Rumors

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Coinbase announced Monday that it was not adding any new assets to either its GDAX or Coinbase exchange platforms.

30 AND UNDER: Rising stars in NY tech who find hot startup deals and manage millions of dollars

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

30 under 30 venture capitalists 4x3In the competitive field of venture capital, it isn't always easy to make it before you turn 30. To be a successful investor in early-stage companies, you have to be a savvy deal-maker, a self-starter, and keep up-to-date on technologies that could one day disrupt established markets.

We've rounded up a list of those ahead of the curve: Venture capitalists under the age of 30 who are sourcing deals and leading investments in New York's venture capital scene.

In addition to our own research, we reached out to top firms and investors in New York for nominations on noteworthy up-and-comers in the city's tech scene to come up with our final 30.

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United is 'pressing the pause button' on its new, wildly unpopular bonus system after angering employees (UAL)

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  • United Airlines is putting its new, lottery-based bonus system for employees on hold.
  • The system would have replaced quarterly, performance-based bonuses and rewards for perfect attendance with a lottery-based system, where eligible employees would be entered into a drawing for a variety of prizes if the company hit one of its performance goals during a calendar quarter
  • It was unpopular among employees, who thought it had the potential to divide them instead of encouraging them to work toward a common goal.


Three days after announcing a new, lottery-based bonus system for employees, United Airlines is putting it on hold.

The system would have replaced quarterly, performance-based bonuses and rewards for perfect attendance with a lottery-based system, where eligible employees would be entered into a drawing for a variety of prizes if the company hit one of its performance goals during a calendar quarter. It was unpopular among employees, who thought it had the potential to divide them instead of encouraging them to work toward a common goal.

"This is insulting and a poor idea, to put it mildly," one United pilot reportedly wrote on an internal employee website reviewed by Inc.

United introduced the new system on Friday in an email from president Scott Kirby to company employees. On Monday, Kirby said the company is "pressing the pause button" on the new bonus system in response to employee "feedback and concerns" in a follow-up email to employees the company provided to Business Insider.

"Since announcing our planned changes to the quarterly operations incentive program, we have listened carefully to the feedback and concerns you've expressed," Kirby wrote. "Our intention was to introduce a better, more exciting program, but we misjudged how these changes would be received by many of you. So, we are pressing the pause button on these changes to review your feedback and consider the right way to move ahead. We will be reaching out to work groups across the company, and the changes we make will better reflect your feedback."

After working through a PR crisis caused by an incident last April in which a passenger was dragged off an overbooked flight, United's public perception appeared to be moving in a positive direction after the company announced it would end a discount program for NRA members in February. Now, the company will have an opportunity to revise its bonus system and minimize any damage to its reputation.

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Grand Theft Rigs: Icelandic Police Search for 600 Stolen Bitcoin Miners

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Following a series of thefts involving hundreds of bitcoin miners, Icelandic police are investigating what is reportedly the biggest thieving spree ever in the island nation. The Associated Press is reporting a previously under-wraps spate of thefts in December and January wherein some 600 bitcoin miners were stolen in four separate burglaries. Now seen as

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Martin Shkreli has been ordered to give up the Wu-Tang album he paid $2 million for

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

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  • Former pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli has been ordered by a federal judge to forfeit $7.36 million in assets. 
  • Those assets include a $5 million E-Trade account, a stake in a drugmaker, the Wu-Tang Clan album Shkreli purchased for $2 million in 2015, a Lil Wayne album, an enigma machine, and a Picasso painting. 
  • Shkreli has been in jail awaiting sentencing since September 2017 after his bail was revoked. 

A federal judge in Brooklyn has ordered former pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli to forfeit $7.36 million in assets that include the infamous Wu-Tang Clan album he paid $2 million for. 

The judge said that the assets on the table include Shkreli's $5 million E-Trade account, stake in the pharmaceutical company Vyera Pharmaceuticals (formerly Turing Pharmaceuticals), the Wu-Tang Clan album Shkreli purchased in 2015, a Lil Wayne album, an enigma machine, and a Picasso painting. 

Shkreli is a known for a 2015 price-gouging scandal involving a decades-old drug his company acquired, but he is in jail because of securities fraud during his time running a hedge fund. Although he hasn't been sentenced yet, he has been jailed since September after he offered a $5,000 bounty for some of Hillary Clinton's hair.

His sentencing is scheduled for Friday.

"It was wrong. I was a fool. I should have known better," Shkreli wrote in a letter to the judge requesting a sentence between 12 to 18 months. 

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US Marshals to Sell $25 Million in Bitcoin at Auction

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

The U.S. Marshals will auction off 2,170 bitcoins worth roughly $25 million in two weeks.

What you need to know on Wall Street today

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Finally.

The Wall Street Journal reported Monday morning that Amazon is in talks with several banks to launch a "checking account-like product." The report helps answer one of the most oft-asked questions on Wall Street: When's Amazon going to show up? It also confirms predictions for how a company like Amazon might enter the market.

JPMorgan Chase, one of the banks Amazon is reportedly in talks with, has clearly been thinking about the Amazon effect for some time. Speaking at JPMorgan's investor day, CEO Jamie Dimon quoted Amazon's CEO, saying: "Jeff Bezos says 'Your margin is my opportunity.'"

The risk for Wall Street is that it's now their margin that's Amazon's opportunity. Here's our story

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Ripple Spikes 18% amid Coinbase Integration Rumors; Drop Coming if False?

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Earlier today, on March 5, the price of XRP, the native cryptocurrency of Ripple, recorded an 18 percent spike, becoming the best performing major cryptocurrency in the market. Ripple’s Run The overall valuation of the entire cryptocurrency market increased by $25 billion, as small cryptocurrencies and tokens like Particl, Ziliqa, and Ethereum creator Vitalik Buterin

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One of Jeff Bezos' most famous quotes is a warning to Wall Street (AMZN)

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

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  • Amazon is reportedly in talks with several large banks to launch a "checking account-like product," The Wall Street Journal reported Monday morning.
  • The report helps answer one of the most often-asked questions on Wall Street: When's Amazon going to show up? It also sheds light on how Amazon might get in to the business of banking.
  • JPMorgan Chase, one of the banks Amazon is reportedly in talks with, has clearly been thinking about the Amazon effect for some time.
  • Speaking at JPMorgan's investor day, CEO Jamie Dimon quoted Amazon's CEO, saying: "Jeff Bezos says 'Your margin is my opportunity.'"
  • The risk for Wall Street is that it's now their margin that's Amazon's opportunity.

Finally.

The Wall Street Journal reported Monday morning that Amazon is in talks with several banks to launch a "checking account-like product." The report helps answer one of the most often-asked questions on Wall Street: When's Amazon going to show up? It also confirms predictions for how a company like Amazon might enter the market.

In particular, management consultancy McKinsey in October published a report focused on the role "platform companies" might play in finance, and how traditional finance might meet the challenge.

The report is full of management consulting language, with references to "digital pioneers" bridging "the value chains of various industries in order." But in essence, it's really about customer relationships. And right now, it's the platform companies that have the strongest customer relationships.

In the US, consider that millennials list Amazon as the app they can't live without, or that 73% of millennials say they would be more excited about a new financial-services offering from Google, Amazon, Paypal, or Square than their bank.

The opportunity for these platform companies then is clear. It's a question of intent and execution. And the WSJ's report seems to confirm predictions that Amazon will likely focus on the distribution, rather than the manufacture, of financial products. One banker told McKinsey:

"There might be a time in the future where I might turn to my two kids and say, 'Who are you banking with at the moment?' And they say money's with HSBC but I really like using the Amazon front end for this, that, and the other. Those are the kind of possibilities we might have to face."

Amazon's plans aren't concrete yet, according to WSJ, but that sounds a little like what it's in the early stages of trying to do. In that scenario, it's Amazon that looks after customer acquisition and experience, and HSBC or another bank that actually stores the money and moves it around.

The threat for finance is that it's the origination and sales bit of the finance pie that's most profitable; it generates 65% of global banking profits, with an ROE of 20%, according to McKinsey. In contrast, the manufacturing bit of the business, the core business of financing and lending from a bank's balance sheet, generated 35% of profits, with an ROE of 4.4%.

And pricing power becomes a concern when it's Amazon (or another platform company) that owns the customer relationship, as evidenced in the retail sector, where big brands have sought to build their own direct-to-consumer sales channels to offset the impact of Amazon's pricing power.

"Pricing is a concern: if banks are cut out of the primary customer relationship, can they set prices high enough to make a return?" McKinsey asked last year, answering that in many cases they could.

Screen Shot 2018 03 05 at 9.46.11 AMTo be sure, there are ways to offset this. There could be an opportunity for Amazon's banking partners to cross-sell financial products to the customers it attracts through the partnership. Amazon is reportedly interested in reaching younger consumers and those that don't have bank accounts.

And JPMorgan Chase, one of the banks Amazon is reportedly in talks with, has clearly been thinking about the Amazon effect for some time.

"Jeff Bezos says 'Your margin is my opportunity,'" JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon said in the Q&A portion of the bank's investor day last week. "You know, that's called competition. And so some of it gets passed on to the customer in terms of lower prices and lower spreads."

The risk for Wall Street is that it's now their margin that's Amazon's opportunity.

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CRYPTO INSIDER: Ripple's XRP is on a tear

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XRP is on a tear Monday morning, up more than 5%, while bitcoin and ethereum are relatively flat, thanks in part to a scheduled CNBC segment tomorrow featuring both Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse and Coinbase President Asiff Hirji. Neither Ripple nor Coinbase has responded to a request for comment. 

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CRYPTO INSIDER: Ripple's XRP is on a tear

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XRP is on a tear Monday morning, up more than 5%, while bitcoin and ethereum are relatively flat, thanks in part to a scheduled CNBC segment tomorrow featuring both Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse and Coinbase President Asiff Hirji. Neither Ripple nor Coinbase has responded to a request for comment. 

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CRYPTO INSIDER: Ripple's XRP is on a tear

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XRP is on a tear Monday morning, up more than 5%, while bitcoin and ethereum are relatively flat, thanks in part to a scheduled CNBC segment tomorrow featuring both Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse and Coinbase President Asiff Hirji. Neither Ripple nor Coinbase has responded to a request for comment. 

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CRYPTO INSIDER: Ripple's XRP is on a tear

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XRP is on a tear Monday morning, up more than 5%, while bitcoin and ethereum are relatively flat, thanks in part to a scheduled CNBC segment tomorrow featuring both Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse and Coinbase President Asiff Hirji. Neither Ripple nor Coinbase has responded to a request for comment. 

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Crypto prices today

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This $1.6 million American hypercar could hit 300 mph

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  • The $1.6 million Hennessey Venom F5 is headed for its world debut at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show.
  • The 1,600 horsepower hypercar is expected to have a top speed of more than 300 mph.
  • Ten of the 24 Venom F5s to be built have already been sold.

John Hennessey is a controversial figure in the automotive industry. Some have heaped praise on Hennessey for his high-powered tuner machines. While others have gone as far as calling the Texan and his business practices crooked and fraudulent.

But one thing is for sure. Hennessey knows fast cars. The latest hypercar to bear his name is the new Venom F5.

Now, the $1.6 million stunner will be headed for the bright lights of the 2018 Geneva Motor Show.

With advanced aerodynamics, lightweight construction, and a 1,600 horsepower, twin-turbocharged V8 in the mix, the Venom F5 should be a legit rival for the Bugatti Chiron and the Koenigsegg Agera RS.

In fact, Hennessey claims the Venom will go where its rivals have yet to go — beyond 300 mph.

"It’s no question of if we will break 300 mph but a question of when," he said in a statement.

Hennessey Venom F5The Agera RS recently reached 278 mph on a highway in Nevada while the Chiron has yet to complete an official top speed record run. However, Bugatti expects that speed to be closer to 300 mph than 250 mph.

And then there's the Venom F5's predecessor, the 1,244 horsepower Venom GT. The Lotus-based hypercar managed to clock a top speed of 270 mph.

As for the Venom F5, a total 24 will be built. According to Hennessey, 10 of the cars are already spoken for.

The public can check out the stunning new car at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, which opens to everyone Thursday, March 8. 

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Bitcoin Exchange Coinbase Faces Consumer Class-Action Complaint

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The cryptocurrency exchange is in hot water again, exacerbating an already tenuous relationship with users. A class action lawsuit was filed against San Francisco-based Coinbase in recent days in the US Court for the Northern District of California, claiming the leading US cryptocurrency exchange unlawfully kept cryptocurrencies that were sent by email and left unclaimed

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United replaced its performance-based bonus system with a lottery — and employees are furious (UAL)

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United Airlines

  • United Airlines announced a revamped bonus system to its employees on Friday, the Chicago Business Journal first reported
  • The new system replaces quarterly, performance-based bonuses for eligible employees and rewards for perfect attendance with a lottery system, where eligible employees are entered into a drawing for a variety of prizes if the company hits one of three internal performance goals during a calendar quarter.
  • Some United employees were not happy about the change


United Airlines announced a revamped bonus system to its employees on Friday, the Chicago Business Journal first reported. The new system replaces quarterly, performance-based bonuses for eligible employees and rewards for perfect attendance with a lottery system, where eligible employees are entered into a drawing for cash prizes, vacation packages, or a Mercedes-Benz C-Class if the company hits one of three internal performance goals during a calendar quarter.

A United spokesperson confirmed the change to Business Insider, which was announced in an email from United president Scott Kirby. Business Insider obtained a copy of the email, which noted that the company "set all-time records in almost every operating metric," before revealing that the company's performance-based bonus system would be converted into a lottery.

"As we look to continue improving, we took a step back and decided to replace the quarterly operational bonus and perfect attendance programs with an exciting new rewards program, called core4 Score Rewards, which includes quarterly prizes like luxury cars, vacation packages and a grand prize of $100,000," Kirby wrote.

Under the new system, eligible employees are entered into a drawing to win one of six prizes if the company hits at least one of three internal goals during a calendar quarter. Prizes include $2,000 cash (which 73% of the chosen employees will receive), a Mercedes-Benz C-Class Sedan (which starts at $40,250), and $100,000 cash.

The email indicates that a maximum of 1,361 employees will receive a bonus each quarter. The company has about 88,000 employees.

United employees are furious

United employees were not happy about the change, said Ken Diaz, the Association of Flight Attendants' president at United. While he noted that the new bonus system is separate from the airline's profit-sharing payments, he said the new system contradicts the company's principles.

"The new United has been built on the principle of 'shared purpose' and it only makes sense that the fruits of that united effort would mean shared reward," he said in a statement to Business Insider. "With this move, there's no doubt management has succeeded in achieving a united voice with all employees, but that voice is entirely opposed to and offended by this new 'select' bonus program. Being 'caring' cannot be choosy."

Other employees expressed similar feelings in posts from an internal employee website reviewed by Inc.

"This is insulting and a poor idea, to put it mildly," one pilot reportedly wrote.

"Awful idea. [Current] bonus program has everyone pulling in the same direction with a common goal. This is scratching a lottery ticket...," another pilot reportedly wrote.

While the bonus system's primary appeal is the chance to receive a larger bonus than under the previous program, some employees reportedly wrote that they wouldn't want to win one of the larger bonuses.

"I would be embarrassed and mortified to win this lottery," one flight attendant reportedly wrote to Inc. "I win at the expense of tens of thousands of fellow employees? No thanks."

Other employees pointed out that perfect attendance was required to be eligible for the new bonus system, which some employees believed meant they wouldn't be eligible if they took any sick days during the relevant quarter. One pilot reportedly said this would be unfair to single parents who may have to take care of a sick child at a moment's notice.

"Imagine your child coming home sick from school, no fault of your own," the pilot reportedly wrote. "You are faced with calling in sick thus losing your 'chance' at a bonus or leaving your child/children home alone to care for themselves. What a terrible situation United has put that person in."

 

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Ripple Price Roars Past $1.05 as Korean FOMO Kicks into High Gear

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The Ripple price roared past $1.05 on Monday amid surging volume in South Korean markets. Ripple Price Roars Past $1.05 The move was somewhat unexpected, as the Ripple price had spent the previous week on a gradual downslope, declining from $0.94 on Feb. 25 to $0.89 on March 4. However, on Sunday evening, the Ripple … Continued

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Ripple's XRP surges on new rumors it will be added to Coinbase

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

Ripple XRP Coinbase rumor

  • Ripple's XRP cryptocurrency is up more than 5% Monday morning.
  • The surge comes after rumors surfaced overnight that Coinbase was planning to support XRP.

XRP, the cryptocurrency designed and controlled by Ripple for cross-border payments, is up more than 5% Monday after rumors swirled once again that popular cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase was considering adding XRP to its lineup.

The surge comes the day before Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse is scheduled to appear on CNBC's Fast Money program on Tuesday evening alongside Coinbase President Asiff Hirji and two other cryptocurrency executives, fueling fresh rumours that the exchange might announce support for XRP. 

Neither Coinbase nor Ripple responded to a request for comment. It's likely that CNBC convened the panel to discuss cryptocurrency trends, and not for any announcement by either company.

XRP is currently one of the more difficult cryptocurrencies to buy, thanks to it not being on major retail exchanges like Coinbase. Despite that, XRP is the third-largest digital coin by market capitalization. Business Insider has an explainer on how to purchase XRP here.

Ripple, which owns a majority of XRP in escrow, has tried to distance itself from speculative and recently volatile cryptocurrency markets through a three-part series about its vision and strategy.

The company has also announced several new customers on its liquidity and settlement products in 2018. Last week, Ripple said it had signed Fleetcor and Cambridge Global Payments to its xRapid and xCurrent products. They join a consortium of companies including Santander, UBS, American Express and more that are in various stages of using XRP for business.

XRP is down 48% since January 1, while bitcoin is down 14% and ethereum is up 14%.

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Ripple's XRP surges on new rumors it will be added to Coinbase

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Ripple XRP Coinbase rumor

  • Ripple's XRP cryptocurrency is up more than 5% Monday morning.
  • The surge comes after rumors surfaced overnight that Coinbase was planning to support XRP.

XRP, the cryptocurrency designed and controlled by Ripple for cross-border payments, is up more than 5% Monday after rumors swirled once again that popular cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase was considering adding XRP to its lineup.

The surge comes the day before Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse is scheduled to appear on CNBC's Fast Money program on Tuesday evening alongside Coinbase President Asiff Hirji and two other cryptocurrency executives, fueling fresh rumours that the exchange might announce support for XRP. 

Neither Coinbase nor Ripple responded to a request for comment. It's likely that CNBC convened the panel to discuss cryptocurrency trends, and not for any announcement by either company.

XRP is currently one of the more difficult cryptocurrencies to buy, thanks to it not being on major retail exchanges like Coinbase. Despite that, XRP is the third-largest digital coin by market capitalization. Business Insider has an explainer on how to purchase XRP here.

Ripple, which owns a majority of XRP in escrow, has tried to distance itself from speculative and recently volatile cryptocurrency markets through a three-part series about its vision and strategy.

The company has also announced several new customers on its liquidity and settlement products in 2018. Last week, Ripple said it had signed Fleetcor and Cambridge Global Payments to its xRapid and xCurrent products. They join a consortium of companies including Santander, UBS, American Express and more that are in various stages of using XRP for business.

XRP is down 48% since January 1, while bitcoin is down 14% and ethereum is up 14%.

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Ripple Price Surges 17% as Crypto Market Makes $15 Billion Advance

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The cryptocurrency markets continued their steady advance on Monday, with the majority of top 100-coins and tokens rising against the value of the US dollar — and none declining more than 10 percent. The day’s top performer was the Ripple price, which rose 17 percent to once again break past dollar parity, though several other

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Hot investing startup Pagaya has landed a 20-year BlackRock veteran as chief investment officer

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  • Ed Mallon, a former managing director at BlackRock, has joined a small asset manager as its chief investment officer. 
  • Mallon said Pagaya, the firm he joined Thursday, is at a similar inflection point as BlackRock when it was founded in the 1980s. 

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A more than 20-year veteran at the world's largest asset manager has left to join a startup tech company. 

Ed Mallon, a former managing director overseeing opportunistic investments at BlackRock, has joined New York-based Pagaya as chief investment officer. Mallon began at the two-year-old asset manager, which oversees $200 million, on Thursday. 

Mallon started at BlackRock, which manages $6 trillion, in 1997. That was two years before the company went public, when it was still a relatively new player on Wall Street.

He began at the firm in the retail group, a small team he got to see grow and expand into new asset classes. To Mallon, Pagaya is at a similar inflection point as when BlackRock was created in the 1980s.

"Wall Street was creating complex mortgage securities and BlackRock was creating sell-side analytics for the buy-side to get a good sense of the risk and create a differentiated fixed-income product that could help them understand it," he said in a telephone interview. 

Today, you have burgeoning online lenders like Prosper and LendingClub offering a new investment opportunity.

Pagaya recently landed $75 million in debt financing from Citigroup, to create a fund to invest in loans originated by such peer-to-peer lenders. The space has experienced significant growth, propelled by low interest rates. Pagaya uses its technology to help clients figure out the investment universe, similar to how BlackRock helped its clients figure out mortgage-backed securities. 

"Regulatory changes and new business models are emerging and these loans that used to sit on a banks balance or get bundled into securities are now readily available to be purchased," Mallon said. 

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1,200 Australian Newsstands are Now Selling Bitcoin and Ethereum

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Cryptocurrency adopters in Australia will now be able to purchase bitcoin and ethereum from 1,200 newsstands across the country. Thanks to a new partnership between domestic cryptocurrency exchange Bitcoin Australia and payments provider Blueshyft, some 1,200 newsstands in Australia will be equipped to resell bitcoin and Ethereum, the two largest cryptocurrencies by market capitalization. To

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Making Buying and Selling Bitcoin Simpler

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Over $1: XRP Rises As Ripple-Coinbase Rumors Renew

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The price of the XRP cryptocurrency, overseen by startup Ripple, has jumped 16 percent on speculation a major U.S. exchange could add support.

Coinbase Hit by Lawsuit Over Alleged Insider Trading

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Cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase has been hit by a class action lawsuit over alleged insider trading during its launch of bitcoin cash trading.

Australia’s Tax Office Targets Bitcoin Investors

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The ATO (Australian Tax Office) is tightening up in attempts to close loopholes in investments in cryptocurrencies like bitcoin. Cryptocurrency will be one area going under close attention, alongside work expenses and incorrect claims. Mark Chapman, H&R Block’s director of tax communications told reporters that these were areas that had seen “systemic abuse”, costing the

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Meet the Rockefeller family's new rainmaker

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

Greg Fleming

  • Wall Street rainmaker Greg Fleming is the CEO of the Rockefeller family's new investment firm, Rockefeller Capital Management.
  • Fleming is counting on the cachet of the Rockefeller name to help in growing the firm from $18.5 billion in assets under management to $100 billion.
  • He also believes the Rockefeller philanthropic legacy will help in courting millennial customers, who increasingly demand social impact from corporations. 

"My 84-year-old father, my 18-year-old son, and me in the middle, they all have the same reaction to the Rockefeller name, it's almost unique in that regard."

So says Greg Fleming, the new rainmaker for the Rockefeller family, of the distinct advantage he's been dealt as he takes the helm of the legendary oil family's new investment shop.

Fleming, a Wall Street veteran who previously held top roles at both Morgan Stanley and Merrill Lynch, is now the CEO of Rockefeller Capital Management, an investment and advisory firm owned in part by the Rockefeller family and in part by the private-equity arm of Viking Global.

The new company was announced last fall and just officially launched last week.

It's trading hard on the Rockefeller brand, and Fleming isn't shy about touting the benefits of global name recognition as he grows a combination of businesses catered toward advising and managing money for the ultra wealthy.

The Rockefeller name, which oil titan John D. Rockefeller burnished in the late 19th century by amassing one of the largest business empires and personal fortunes on earth, has "tremendous, tremendous brand resonance," Fleming told Business Insider.

"Obviously the family started with spectacular success on the business side, so the name is still wrapped up in that sense with capitalism," Fleming said. 

Since announcing the firm's creation in October, the name has already attracted interest from people looking to sell their companies to the relatively modest Rockefeller Capital, which has roughly 200 employees and $18.5 billion in assets under management.

Fleming, who has a thick Rolodex of Wall Street contacts, says many believe "Rockefeller is bigger than it is today, because the name is such a unique and blue chip name."

He indicated that acquisitions may play a role in his goal of pushing Rockefeller Capital's assets under management to $100 billion in the next five years.

The Rockefeller cachet has also likely helped Fleming in attracting top talent, including Christopher Randazzo, who on Monday was announced as the firm's new head of wealth Management and head of technology and operations. They poached him from Morgan Stanley, where he'd been the chief information officer of the investment bank's vast wealth management division. 

Rockefeller Capital's new chief financial officer, Ed Moriarty, and chief operating officer, Harry Singh, were each lured away from senior positions at Morgan Stanley as well.

Banker to Jeter and the Mooch, and deep ties to BlackRock

Rockefeller Capital is a carve-out of the asset and wealth management operations from the Rockefeller family's financial services firm, serving institutional investors like pensions and endowments. It will also provide dealmaking advice to corporates and rich clients as part of a strategic advisory business.

It's an interesting hybrid of businesses, neatly suited for a banker with an interesting set of experiences across Wall Street.

Since leaving Morgan Stanley in 2016 Fleming has garnered headlines for banking high-profile clients like Derek Jeter, who is part of a group that bought the MLB's Florida Marlins for $1.2 billion, and Anthony Scaramucci, who began working to divest his investment firm Skybridge Capital prior to his brief dalliance with President Donald Trump's administration.

Fleming will continue banking well-capitalized businessmen and families looking to buy, sell, or take companies public, in addition to managing the overall firm. 

But he's quick to point out that in addition to M&A, he's also uniquely experience in the asset and wealth management businesses. 

He ran the wealth management division at Morgan Stanley for a handful of years, and the business reported to him while he was at Merrill Lynch.

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He's also done ample work for the largest asset manager in the world, $6.3 trillion behemoth BlackRock. He helped take the company public in 1999, and he sold Merrill Lynch's asset management business to BlackRock in 2006 and subsequently landed a spot on the company's board.

Larry's letter, and courting a millennial opportunity

Given the BlackRock ties, it's no surprise that Larry Fink's name and ethos is top of mind for Fleming. Fink made waves earlier this year when he sent a letter to public company CEOs admonishing them to start prioritizing their social impact.

Companies have shown an increasing willingness to cater to the progressive values held by the younger, more economically valuable generation — see the rash of corporate reactions in the wake of the Parkland shooting massacre.

Fleming sees this trend as an advantage for his firm in courting younger, millennial clients — his son's generation, rather than his own or his father's.

In addition to its worldwide renown for capitalist success, the Rockefeller name also carries a more than 100-year legacy of philanthropy and billions given toward causes like education, health, food, and energy.

Unlike previous generations that focused more exclusively on shareholder return, millennials have demonstrated a demand for companies that care about the greater good in addition to the bottom line. 

"You have Larry Fink come out and say companies need to be clear about their sustainable footprint and their impact on the environment and they need to be offering clear, clear plans on that," Fleming said. "That's not something you were seeing 20 or 30 years ago. We think that's here to stay and will continue and that millennials will be major drivers of that."

It's especially relevant to Rockefeller Capital's wealth management business.

As Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein recently commented while discussing his firm's bustling wealth-management business, "The world seems to be growing rich people faster than we can grow advisers to cover them."

These new millionaires will increasingly come from the millennial generation — the largest on earth — whose investable wealth represents a giant growth opportunity for Rockefeller Capital.

Investing in the environmental, social, and corporate governance space and "bringing those capabilities to clients, that's a big focus for us and we think it's a major growth area," Fleming said.

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10 things you need to know in markets today

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Good morning! Here's what you need to know.

1. Britain's financial sector is too important to the economy to allow a post-Brexit relationship that does not allow its regulators to set their own rules, Prime Minister Theresa May said. "If we were to accept 'passporting' we'd just be a rule taker, we'd have to abide by the rules that were being set elsewhere," May said in an interview with the BBC.

2. Italy faces a prolonged period of political instability after voters delivered a hung parliament in Sunday's election. With half the ballot counted, it looked almost certain that none of Italy's three main factions would be able to rule alone.

3. The European Union this month will unveil plans to tax large global tech companies' revenue at a rate in the 2-to-6% range, though more likely closer to 2%, French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said. "A European directive will be disclosed in the coming weeks. It will be a considerable step," Le Maire said.

4. US President Donald Trump has spoken to world leaders about his planned tariff hike on steel and aluminum and is not considering any exemptions to the measure, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said on Sunday. "The decision obviously is his, but as of the moment as far as I know he's talking about a fairly broad brush. I have not heard him describe particular exemptions just yet," Ross said.

5. Volkswagen's sports car maker Porsche could develop a flying passenger vehicle, Porsche sales chief Detlev von Platen told a German magazine. "That would really make sense. If I drive from (the Porsche plant in) Zuffenhausen to Stuttgart airport, I need at least half an hour, if I'm lucky. Flying would take only three and a half minutes," Automobilwoche quoted von Platen as saying.

6. Russia's gas giant Gazprom has started to terminate contracts with Ukrainian energy firm Naftogaz. The move escalates a dispute which has left Ukraine struggling to stay warm and which the EU said could threaten gas flows to Europe.

7. Libya's giant El Sharara oilfield has been shut down because a landlord closed a valve in protest against pollution from a pipeline crossing his land. The closure is a major blow to the North African country a little more than a week after the nearby El Feel oilfield was closed by a protest.

8. Amazon aims to launch its grocery delivery service in France. The move is part of global ambitions to expand in food retail, though not imminent, its general manager for France said in a newspaper interview.

9. China does not want a trade war with the United States, Zhang Yesui, a spokesman for the Chinese parliament, said. China has said that it will take measures to safeguard its interests after US President Donald Trump announced on Thursday that he would impose a 25% tariff on imported steel.

10. The Kremlin considers sanctions against Russia over the situation in Ukraine that Washington extended for one more year as unlawful. US President Donald Trump, in a letter dated March 2 and published on the White House website, said sanctions against Russia for its role in the Ukrainian crisis and annexation of Crimea should remain in place beyond March 6.

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Icelandic Police Are Hunting for Hundreds of Bitcoin Miners

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Roughly 600 cryptomining computers were stolen from four Icelandic data centers, police report.

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