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One of the Largest Pieces of City Land in Silicon Valley up for Sale in BTC, ETH, XRP and USD

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Advancing Toward a Decentralized Internet in the Real World

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

Advancing Toward a Decentralized Internet in the Real World

The recently aired Season 5 of the popular HBO comedy Silicon Valley features a decentralized internet powered by end-user devices and an internal blockchain-based crypto economy. As usual, the fictional treatment in the show, which has been rightly praised for providing an entertaining but accurate portrait of contemporary tech trends, is based on real developments.

The first Decentralized Web Summit, a gathering of developers striving to make the internet open and decentralized, was held in San Francisco in June 2016. The summit was organized by Tim Berners-Lee, the “father of the web,” and Brewster Kahle, founder of the Internet Archive. Blockchain technology was considered an important part of the push to decentralize the web, as shown by a high-profile workshop titled “Blockchain and the Web,” organized by MIT Media Lab and the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) soon after the Decentralized Web Summit.

The Internet Archive has recently announced that the Decentralized Web Summit 2018: Global Visions/Working Code, organized by the Internet Archive and Aspiration will be held from July 31 to August 2 in San Francisco.

“Our goal is to bring the builders, policymakers and the global community members who will use the Decentralized Web together to explore the visions, values and working code needed,” reads the announcement. “What could it look like at scale? How can people around the world use and benefit from these technologies? What code is working and what is still missing? What do we need to collaborate on in the future?”

At the Decentralized Web Summit 2018, Berners-Lee will present SOLID, a modular and extensible protocol and toolbox under development at MIT. The SOLID project wants to build decentralized social applications while preserving, as much as possible, compatibility with existing W3C standards and protocols. The SOLID platform, described in the project’s Github channel, doesn’t seem to rely on blockchain technology at the moment.

Blockchain-Based Projects

In the harsh reality of underfunded community projects, many promising decentralized internet projects vanish without a trace. This is not the case for ZeroNet, a minimalist, decentralized P2P network that uses Bitcoin cryptography and BitTorrent technology. Though ZeroNet is funded by donations and the community, the project is alive and advancing steadily, if slowly.

Blockchain developer Blockstack is committing $1 million to support the development of social network decentralized applications (dApps). This recently announced initiative has its own brand-new website.

Some interesting ongoing developments toward a decentralized internet, based on Ethereum, were presented and discussed at Edcon 2018, the community Ethereum development conference, which was held in Toronto in May.

The ambitious Akasha project to build a next-generation social media network, powered by Ethereum and the InterPlanetary File System, was unveiled in May 2016. The project, started by Mihai Alisie, cofounder of Bitcoin Magazine, is currently testing a beta version with desktop and web apps. At Edcon in Toronto, Alisie argued for the need for a decentralized internet and gave updates on the Akasha project.

Another initiative presented at Edcon is Aion Network, a development project focused on scalability and interoperability in multi-tiered, decentralized “3rd generation blockchain” networks.

“The introduction of blockchain technology has provided us with the opportunity to build an equitable, censorship resistant and globally accessible internet,” Matthew Spoke, CEO of Nuco and founder of Aion Network, said in conversation with Bitcoin Magazine.

“This decentralized internet movement is comprised of multiple layers that build up the future stack of the internet. Layers such as identity, messaging, payment, data storage, registries and file storage are all being rapidly built across the blockchain ecosystem on various protocols. However, these layers in their current design lack a critical component to enable the widespread adoption of the decentralized internet — the ability to communicate value and logic between them. The future of the internet will not consist of a single winner, but an ecosystem of decentralized layers operating on and collaborating across numerous blockchain protocols.”

Spoke explained that a future “web 3.0” decentralized internet architecture needs to be an ecosystem seamlessly transferring logic and value between its parts in a decentralized way. Aion wants to be the common infrastructure that will bridge communication between decentralized layers and the development of native-cross chain applications to enable a global decentralized internet.

The future of the internet will not consist of a single winner, but an ecosystem of decentralized layers operating on and collaborating across numerous blockchain protocols.

The current “Kilimanjaro” release of the Aion platform introduces a performance optimized Ethereum Virtual Machine dubbed FastVM for faster and economical contract execution, an optimized version of the Equihash proof-of-work algorithm (Equihash2109) to increase memory requirements and diversify the active Equihash parameters, and a Token Transfer Protocol for AION tokens on Ethereum (ERC-20) to flow seamlessly and become native AION coins.

Essential elements of the web 3.0 stack, such as payments, data and file storage, and identity, are being built across various blockchain protocols.

“As these layers gain adoption or fail along with the underlying protocols they are built upon, this new stack will exist across multiple blockchains due to the specific performance, regulatory decentralization or feature requirement of the use cases being powered,” Spoke said. “To enable the widespread adoption of a decentralized internet infrastructure, connecting these disparate layers and underlying protocols together is essential.

“As an example, if a user is using an identity solution on Ethereum to manage their basic personal information (ex: name, email, birth date) and wishes to utilize a social media platform built on EOS, for the end user these layers must seamlessly integrate.”

The internet was meant to be a decentralized communication network, with many competing providers for basic services like email, hosting and applications. But some internet service providers achieved economies of scale that made it advantageous for them to own, store and control the information being communicated.

“This caused the internet to evolve into a system where centralized entities own and control large amounts of value and data, as well as the communication channels to transfer those assets,” concluded Spoke.

“By distributing the value and data on a public blockchain ledger, which is available to anyone who wants to download it, the blockchain enables a truly decentralized internet. The nature of public blockchains such as Aion requires all nodes to reach consensus and share identical ledgers, rather than decisions being made by centralized entities.”




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There’s growing concern over Tesla’s finances — and Wall Street's convinced the company will need to raise money soon (TSLA)

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

Elon Musk

  • Tesla says it will be profitable by the end of the year and won't need to raise more cash. Many on Wall Street disagree.
  • The company lost $3.35 per share in the first three months of the year, while burning through $1.1 billion.
  • Shares have lost 11% this year amid production delays, a spate of executive departures, and a bizarre conference call.
  • Goldman Sachs analysts said earlier this month that they thought Tesla would need to raise $10 billion in the next 18 months.  And this week, UBS analysts said they thought Tesla would need to raise additional capital before 2018 is out. 
  • Follow Tesla's stock price in real-time here. 

Tesla has been a stock market darling ever since it went public back in 2010. The stock is up more than 1,500% since the IPO, and Elon Musk's electric car company is currently worth more than old-guard automakers Ford and Fiat Chrysler. It trails General Motors by a few billion dollars.

That valuation has been attained despite consistent losses and problems with production. The company produced 55,120 vehicles last year, compared to Ford's 2.46 million, while its newest car, the Model 3 sedan, has grappled with production delays since its inception. 

Now, with the company in a state of "production hell," analysts and investors are starting to ask serious questions about Tesla's ability to fund its operations without raising additional capital. And with Tesla's bonds taking a hit and markets jittery, the availability and cost of that capital is also in question.

Here's why:

Tesla is burning cash like crazy

The company burned through $1.1 billion cash in the first quarter of 2018, regulatory filings show. That's a slower burn than in previous quarters, when the quarterly cash burn hit $1.4 billion, but equates to a burn of $7,430 every single minute, Bloomberg calculated

That left Tesla with $2.7 billion cash on hand at the end of the quarter, much of which is tied up, according to analysts.

"Tesla has at least $2.6 billion in obligations coming due (~$750m in Gigafactory related accounting liabilities & ~$1.8 billion in maturing debt)," UBS analyst Colin Langan said in a note to clients Thursday. "Also, of its $2.7 billion in cash, ~$880 million is abroad (may be difficult to access) and customer deposits of $1 billion will decline with higher deliveries."

Tesla says it won't need to raise cash, but Wall Street disagrees 

"Tesla does not require an equity or debt raise this year, apart from standard credit lines," the company said in an April filing. That sentiment was echoed by Musk just days later, when he tweeted that "Tesla will be profitable & cash flow+ in Q3 & Q4, so obv no need to raise money."

Wall Street disagrees.

Goldman Sachs analyst David Tamberrino told clients earlier this month that Tesla may need $10 billion in fresh funding within the next 18 months to stay alive. 

"Between its current operations, anticipated new product spend, and incremental capacity additions, we see Tesla potentially requiring over $10 billion in external capital raises and debt re-financing by 2020," he said. "We believe this level of capital transactions may be funded through multiple avenues, including new bond issuance (secured and/or unsecured), convertible notes, and equity."

And earlier this week, UBS analyst Colin Langan said that Tesla would need to raise capital in 2018. 

"We forecast Tesla will need additional capital by Q418 to de-risk its balance sheet," he said. 

Tesla is currently saddled with the most debt out of any S&P 500 company, at least according to one measure. The company's debt-to-EBITDA ratio sits at roughly 39 times, well above the next-closest firm in the benchmark index.

Its outstanding obligations currently total $1.8 billion, and issuing more debt could be tricky going forward.

Tesla's bond prices have fallen 9% since the beginning of the year, hitting an all-time low of $0.8718 cents on the dollar in early April just after Moody's, the credit rating agency, downgraded both Tesla's overall corporate rating and bond ratings citing the "significant shortfall" in Model 3 production rates.

The yield on Tesla's 2025 bonds is currently 7.61%, up from a low of 5.4% shortly after they were issued, suggesting that if Tesla were to raise money in the bond market today it would be much more expensive than it was in the past. 

When analysts on Tesla's most recent earnings conference call tried to ask Musk about the possible need for a cash infusion, things only got worse.

'The most unusual call I have experienced'

Tesla bosses including chief executive Musk joined sell-side analysts for a conference call following the company's earnings report in May.  These question-and-answer sessions are usually intended to give analysts an opportunity to get more context on the quarterly filings.

This call was different however, leading Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas, previously a Tesla bull, to say it was "most unusual call I have experienced in 20 years on the sell-side."

Musk answered Jonas' question about the possibility of raising capital, but had little patience for other questions about specific capital requirements.

"Excuse me, next," he said, interrupting Antonio Sacconaghi of Bernstein. "Boring, bonehead questions are not cool. Next."

The next question, from Joseph Spak of RBC Capital Markets, also prompted an interruption. "These questions are so dry. They're killing me," Musk said.

He then took seven questions from Galileo Russell, a self-proclaimed finance geek and retail investor whose "two biggest current fascinations are Tesla and Bitcoin." Neither were about Tesla's financials.

Shares of Tesla sank 7% following the contentious call.

"I just left the call very frustrated," Rebecca Lindland, an analyst at Kelley’s Blue Book, said afterward. "Elon, you’ve got to grow up. You’ve got to stop looking at shiny objects and you’ve got to get on track. You have to take analyst questions, adult analyst questions, not fanboys, not retail analysts."

Bosses could be burning out amid 'production hell'

Musk has repeatedly stated his goal of reaching a production target of 5,000 Model 3's per week. Based on the monthly reported numbers, Bloomberg currently estimates the output of Model 3's to be just 1,418 per week, less than half of Tesla's goal by the third quarter. The company flew just in six planes full of robots to speed up battery production.

At least nine executives have departed Tesla since the beginning of the year. Cal Lankton, senior vice president of the company's energy operations, is the latest to leave. He will be replaced by Sanjay Shah, who joins Tesla from Amazon. Additionally, Doug Field, senior vice president of engineering, is currently on a leave of absence with no set return date.

"Given the pace of departures of senior management in the past year and the stress placed on suppliers to meet production targets, we believe burnout is a legitimate concern," Oppenheimer analyst Colin Rusch said on Wednesday. "Indeed, burnout could prove a significant challenge over the short and medium term."

Like most other sell-side analysts — who have a bullish average price target of $317 for shares to Tesla — Oppenheimer says that the company will likely need a cash infusion.

"We believe investors expect that Tesla will need more capital especially given management's acknowledgment of a China factory, another battery factory and the need for capacity to produce Model Y, the new Roadster as well as Semis," said Rusch. "We would view an equity raise as a positive catalyst."

Tesla is scheduled to report May vehicle deliveries alongside all other major automakers on Friday June 1, where investors will be paying close attention to Model 3 numbers as well as any additional commentary from the company surrounding its impending cash crunch.

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Bitcoin Price Has Bottomed And Will Rally Soon: Fundstrat Analyst

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

Bitcoin’s price has hit rock-bottom and will rally again soon like the mythical phoenix rising from the ashes. That’s what technical analysis suggests, according to Robert Sluymer, head of technical strategy at Fundstrat Global Advisors. Sluymer, whose colleague and boss is cryptocurrency bull Tom Lee, offered a glimmer of hope for the flailing market, which has

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Cryptocurrency Trading Platform Huobi Launches Exchange Traded Fund

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

Cryptocurrency Trading Platform Huobi Launches Exchange Traded Fund

Cryptocurrency trading platform Huobi is pushing forward with its aggressive expansion into new regions — and new products as well.

Today, June 1, 2018, the Singapore-based exchange is launching a crypto-based exchange traded fund (ETF), a diversified portfolio that allows traders to invest in a basket of cryptocurrencies all at once.

According to the company’s announcement, the fund, Huobi 10 (HB10), will replicate the Huobi 10 index, which Huobi revealed last month. Huobi 10 is designed to track the top 10 virtual currencies or those with largest market value and most liquidity. According to Huobi, the fund is currently open for subscriptions with some limitations.

For instance, traders may only purchase HB10 with cryptocurrencies — namely, bitcoin (BTC), ether (ETH), the dollar-pegged cryptocurrency tether (USDT) and Huobi’s own cryptocurrency, the Ethereum-based Huobi Token (HT). Investment with fiat currency is not allowed. After a subscription period, HB10 is tradable on the exchange with tether.

Huobi charges a subscription fee based on the amount invested. Those who invest 100 to 500,000 USDT are charged 0.10 percent; investments between 500,000 to 1 million USDT are charged 0.05 percent, and institutional investors who put in more than 1 million USDT pay no fee. The maximum investment is 10 million USDT.

The fund will only be tradable on Huobi Pro, Huobi’s existing crypto-to-crypto trading platform, and subject to the exchange’s usual restrictions; that is, the fund will be available to global investors, including those in China, but not U.S.-based customers, given the stance U.S. regulators have taken on cryptocurrency ETFs.

So far, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has poured cold water on cryptocurrency ETFs. Earlier this year, following recent filings from firms seeking to list cryptocurrency-related ETFs, Dalia Blass, director at SEC's Division of Investment Management, wrote that there are "a number of significant investor protection issues that need to be examined before sponsors begin offering these funds to retail investors."

It has been a big week for Huobi. Earlier today, as reported by China Money Network, Huobi teamed up with Chinese investment firm NewMargin Capital and South Korean securities firm Kiwoom Securities to launch a $93 million investment fund in blockchain companies in the two countries. Yesterday, the cryptocurrency exchange made headlines when it was reported to be setting up an office in Brazil.

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

Ripple Adds Two More Money Transfer Firms to Payment Network

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

Ripple has roped in two more payment providers in Asia and South America as members of its enterprise blockchain payments network RippleNet. International remittance firms Singapore-based InstaReM and Sao Paulo, Brazil-based BeeTech have collaborated to tap Ripple’s blockchain product in a first of its kind partnership between non-bank RippleNet members. Using the platform will benefit

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Bitcoin Price Analysis: Buy Crypto While It’s Cheap, Says Hedge Fund Owner

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

The cryptocurrency market has languished in recent weeks, as a widely-anticipated bitcoin price rally has yet to materialize. However, Dan Morehead, founder of cryptocurrency hedge fund Pantera Capital, says that now is a perfect time to buy. Speaking with CNBC, Morehead noted that the bitcoin price has broken below its 230-day moving average, an event

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Bitcoin exchange abandons Poland even as the government invites it to a working group

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

In a delightful bit of irony BitBay, a Central European exchange, has shut down operations in Poland even as it received an invitation by the Polish government to participate in a national blockchain working group. The news, which appeared in a Tweet, states that the group will assess regulations for cryptocurrencies, blockchain, and ICOs. “Our […]

GMO Launches Mobile App That Lets Gamers Earn Bitcoin

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

Japan's GMO Internet Group has developed a new mobile app that aims to introduce the public to bitcoin simply by playing games.

No Bull Run in Sight, Investors Target Long-Term Bitcoin Price Rally

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

The cryptocurrency market has struggled to make major movements on the upside, as major digital currencies such as bitcoin and Ethereum have stabilized at $7,580 and $584 respectively. The valuation of the cryptocurrency market has slightly increased from $330 billion to $333 billion, by around 1 percent. Bitcoin’s Struggle Exactly one week ago, on May

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Indian Police Investigate Bitconnect Firm Offering 365% Yearly Returns on Bitcoin Investment

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

The Crime Investigation Department (CID) of India has taken the statements of a distraught Indian businessman who extorted 2,000 bitcoins from the promoters of fraudulent cryptocurrency project Bitconnect to investigate the firm’s working.   Bitconnect Promoters Face an Investor’s Wrath As per a report, Bitconnect’s India chapter was managed in the state of Gujarat by

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'An enormous, long-standing Ponzi scheme': A court rules that a Saudi business empire was complicit in defrauding more than 100 banks

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

Al Sanea

  • A dispute involving a Saudi-Arabian business empire ended after the judge ruled it was complicit in defrauding more than 100 banks for billions of dollars. 
  • Liquidators called it "the largest Ponzi scheme the world has ever seen," and the judge labelled it a "cauldron of corruption."
  • The verdict ended the longest and most expensive case in Cayman Islands history, which began in July 2016 and cost more then $100 million.

A court ruled that a giant Saudi-Arabian business empire was complicit in defrauding more than 100 banks, in what liquidators called "the largest Ponzi scheme the world has ever seen."

A Cayman Islands court ruled the collapse of family owned Saudi conglomerate, Ahmad Hamad Algosaibi & Brothers ​(AHAB) in 2009, was the result of a $6 billion fraud from within, with the judge labeling the scheme a "cauldron of corruption."

This case began in July 2016 and produced a 1,348 page verdict, the Cayman Compass reported.

Partners at family firm AHAB brought claims against Maan Al Sanea, who married into the family and managed its financial empire. Al Sanea was accused of committing fraud which crippled the company.

AHAB said he forged documents to borrow billions of dollars of unauthorised debt and transferred much of it to accounts in the Cayman Islands. The Saudi company also made claims against Al Sanea's liquidators in an attempt to reclaim the wealth. 

While the judge found that Al Sanea had indeed falsified accounts and committed fraud to enrich himself, he ruled that he had done so with full knowledge of the AHAB partners who were the “primary architects” of the scheme.

The judge said that the partners were willing to accept Al Sanea's borrowing activities as "quid pro quo" for running  the corrupt Money Exchange which was used as a fraudulent vehicle to allow the Saudi partners to enrich themselves.

“The inevitable conclusion is that there was no fraud perpetrated on AHAB,” Chief Justice Smellie said. “The fraud was perpetrated by AHAB and Al Sanea acting in concert against the banks to obtain borrowing which would certainly not have been provided had the banks known the true position of the Money Exchange.” 

Around $330 billion flowed through the Money Exchange from its founding to its collapse and the judge called it a "criminal enterprise" from start to finish. 

Judge Smellie said: “This was a fraud carried out, with increasing sophistication, from as early as 1981. The total sums borrowed pursuant to AHAB’s fraud numbered in the hundreds of billions of dollars. In short, this was an enormous, long-standing Ponzi scheme which defrauded more than a hundred banks.”

Steve Akers, a partner at Grant Thornton and one of the liquidators involved said: “The outcome of this hard fought litigation has highlighted an extraordinary fraud perpetrated over a protracted period of time. The losses involved are many billions of dollars," the Telegraph reported.

"Revealing the truth has required a huge investigative, forensic and legal effort."

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This Long-Term Indicator Could Complicate Bitcoin's Price Recovery

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

A long-term moving average has turned bearish for the first time in four years, threatening to impede continued gains in bitcoin's price.

Philippine Bitcoin Wallet App Coins.ph Reaches 5 Million Customers

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

Coins.ph, a mobile payment app that offers a cryptocurrency wallet in the Philippines, now has more than 5 million customers, the company announced on its website. Founded four years ago, Coins.ph operates a variety of financial services, including a cryptocurrency exchange. Ron Hose, founder and CEO, credited the company’s rapid growth to its focus on … Continued

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Blockchain Settlement Platform Paxos Raises $65 Million in Series B Funding

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

Blockchain settlement platform Paxos, formerly bitcoin exchange itBit, has closed a $65 million Series B round of financing led by existing investors. New York-based Paxos revealed the Series B round was led by a group of existing investors including Liberty City Ventures, RRE Ventures, Jay Jordan among others to use the capital to ‘significantly’ scale

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Crypto Startup Blockchain Hits 25 Million Wallets

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

Blockchain, the UK based provider of cryptocurrency wallets and services, has reported reaching a milestone of 25 million wallets this week, according to Yahoo Finance. Much of the growth has been in the US, where the company has rolled out bitcoin sales in recent months. Blockchain Registers 25 Millionth Crypto Wallet The significance of the

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