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Blockchain Technology in Stock Exchange
https://preview.redd.it/gl5x4j3hg1351.jpg?width=2400&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=9eca4a55c76edf1e394b6fe1270daa1032417221 Will blockchain technology be the most significant disruption of the last three centuries in the stock market industry? Well, Norbert Biedrzycki -Head of Services CEE at Microsoft says so, and so does blockchain council. Blockchain technology has been able to significantly change the dynamics of money, supply chain management, finance, record keeping, and more. Along with supporting crypto-currencies such as bitcoin and ethereum, it can revolutionize both the storage and transmission of financial data around the globe and stock trading marketplaces. While Tokyo Stock Exchange and Nasdaq have unveiled the use of blockchain in its core trading infrastructure, India's Securities Exchange Board, among others, is researching its feasibility in fundraising, post-trade settlement, and asset management. Learning of the blog
What is blockchain technology?
How is it useful to the stock market?
Advantages that it brings
What Is Blockchain Technology? Blockchain is a database innovation that provides a shared public register where all parties can track and encrypt transactions. This register consists of nodes, and each node is a computer that follows the protocol. Blocks are public, but its contents can be protected by cryptography. A new block is added every time a token transaction is confirmed. There are private blockchains in which access is by permission only, and in-house nodes verify the transactions. On the other hand, public blockchains, as you must have guessed, are open access. Another type is permissioned public blockchains that retain the volunteer verification but has restricted access. If you want to know more about blockchain, you can check out this blockchain course! How Is It Useful To The Stock Market? The stock market is a mammoth creature with very high inertia. Blockchain technology can prove fruitful in clearing and settlement alongside securing automation of the post-trade process. It can speed by the settlement of trades and subtly go about stock exchanges with the help of automation and decentralization. According to a Blockchain in Capital market's report, "IT and operations expenditure in capital markets is currently close to $100-150 billion per year among banks". Blockchain can reduce extra commission costs by eliminating the third party regulator as the blockchain network does the needful. Thus, it can answer trust, interoperability, and transparency issues. Advantages that it brings The advantages that blockchain technology brings along are:
Decentralization: As the system is distributive, money is not present at one node.
Transparency: As technology is in public eyes, it brings in trust.
Cost Reduction: Since there are no intermediaries, the cost gets reduced.
Security: Blockchain can act as an automatic surveillance system, and the valuation of securities deposited can be done daily.
Less time: The transactions are quick, as there is no duplication of the process.
High Liquidity: Blockchain reduces ineffectiveness with the help of automation, ultimately bringing in more investment.
Early accessors The New- York-based firm Nasdaq which operates at the junction of finance and technology, was one of the first to adopt bitcoin technology, thus advocating the demand of blockchain professionals. It now enables investors to harness blockchain's power by securely navigating financial markets at an international level. To register all transactions in real-time, Nasdaq Stockholm and the Swedish bank SEB started testing blockchain. The London Stock Exchange Group, in collaboration with IBM, is testing a blockchain platform to fully digitize trades in the shares of medium and small-sized enterprises. Apart from this, the NYSE and Deutsche Borse would be evaluating the feasibility and advantages of the technology soon. Future Scope Due to less testing, there are some scalability issues with blockchain, so to disrupt the operations of the stock market, it can take up to ten years, but it does have the potential to transform companies and the society. It is a great investment opportunity because of its ability to tackle data fragmentation, insider trading, data loss, reconciliation, and ticket matching problems. Thus. Blockchain technology can bring about the widespread upset in automated market surveillance and post-trade event processing.
Résumée (tentative) rapide des origines de la cryptonote / Bytecoin / Monero
Apres avoir effectué une très longue et passionnante lecture des posts sur Bitcointalk, je commence à apercevoir les liens entre la Cryptonote / le Bytecoin et Monero. Je vais tenter ci-dessous de vous en donner ma compréhension et tous vos compléments sont les bienvenus !! Comme décrit dans l’excellent post ci-dessous (déjà cité dans un post précèdent), il ne semble pas faire de doute que la cryptonote et le Bytecoin sont intimement liés, ainsi donc nous avons une avancée techno remarquable associée à une tentative d’escroquerie tout aussi remarquable …. difficile à croire mais dans ce monde …. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=740112.0 Par ailleurs, le post (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=740112.msg8484647#msg8484647) explique parfaitement que la Cryptonote V2 disponible sur le site (https://cryptonote.org/whitepaper.pdf) est forgée et que la Crytonote V1 disponible sur ce même site est postérieur à la V2 et est forgée également ! En revanche la Cryptonote V1 disponible sous TOR (lien http://ol346fucnsjru223.onion/) ainsi que la V2 disponible sur le site du bytecoin semble être originale et signées numériquement par Van Saberhagen Ma compréhension de la chose (et je suis preneur de tout compléments / correctifs)
Devant l’avancée que représente cette Cryptonote, il a été décidé de sortir une monnaie associée, le ByteCoin. L’ampleur des travaux sur le Sw me semble très important et a dû être réalisé par une petite équipe qui reste inconnue à ce jour. La ficelle la plus grosse étant l’équipe recrutée par Cicada3301 (cf. les messages dans la blockchain du Bytecoin qui font références à la culture qui entoure l’énigme Cicada 3301), mais cela dit, c’est peut-être simplement pour brouiller les pistes !
Pour vouloir tirer un profit conséquent de leur avancée technologique, la petite équipe a décidé de pre-miner 80% du Bytecoin dans un délai court (il a été démontré que la blockchain ne date pas de 2012 et a été falsifiée !). Puis de faire apparaitre le Bytecoin comme une monnaie underground. Ils pensaient certainement que l’avancée de la cryptonote suffirait à justifier une adoption rapide du Bytecoin (à l’instar du bitcoin). Mais la communauté n’a pas accroché
A partir de ce moment, il y une première scission qui est opérée par « thankfull_for_today » (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=563821.0) avec la création de BitMonero. Mais rapidement Thankfull_for_today se montre non coopératif et non transparent sur ses évolutions. Il est probable que Thankfull_for_today soit un membre de l’équipe de départ et le premier à faire scission pour prendre l’avantage. Finalement ce dernier sera écarté par l’équipe actuelle de Monero.
Suite au fiasco du Bytecoin, il semble que la petite équipe décide d’appliquer la politique de la terre brulé. Création du site Cryptonote.org avec des versions forgées et antidatées de la cryptonote, création de Kit pour créer « facilement » sa monnaie, …. Le but étant certainement de noyer le poisson et puisque Bytecon n’a pas marché, aucune ne marchera !
Finalement, Monero et sa communauté arrive à tirer leur épingle du jeu par leur transparence et leur dynamisme. Mon opinion est que la cryptonote représente une véritable avancée vis-à-vis du bitcoin (sur les aspects anonymat et fongibilité). Sa naissance a été houleuse mais la technologie est viable. Monero est son meilleur représentant et est ce qu’une cryptomonnaie devrait être. Seb.
Sibos 2019: Final wrap-up of talks, interviews and daily news
This year _FinTech Futures_brought you the Daily News at Sibos, in print and online, as well as exclusive interviews with industry leaders and summaries of keynote talks. Now it’s all over, we thought we’d pull all this content together into one final wrap-up of the London-hosted four day event. Day One: Monday 23rd September Daily News at Sibos Kicking off our first day of news and features, we explored AI, emerging technologies and legacy system updates with appearances from Credit Enable CEO Nadia Sood, Cogress business development direct Zac Gazit and Nasdaq’s Carl Slesser and Hanaa Bengtsson. _Regulation isn’t enough to trust the cloud_Regulation is not enough to bring transparency and trust to the cloud, “we need more practical solutions,” says Credit Bank of Moscow’s deputy board chairman, Sergey Putyatinsky at Sibos. PSD2 bringing APIs to industry forefront The second Payment Services Directive (PSD2) has changed the way that banks think about technology, and brought the discussion about application programming interfaces (APIs) from its original place in the IT department to the forefront of the industry’s mind, according to a panel at Sibos. Swift reveals 41 second European payments pilot Swift has revealed its latest European payments pilot at Sibos which took 41 seconds to travel from Singapore to Germany, following _FinTech Future_‘s exclusive preview on the announcement. When do digital ecosystems stop performing? There are both opportunities and setbacks when it comes to creating a truly digital ecosystem, but vendors should be “aware of the challenges on the supply chain” argues Colin Parry, CEO of Issa, at Sibos. Interconnection will mean more flash crashes in FX “You ain’t seen nothing yet,” says UBS’s strategic development lab head Christopher Purves, who talks about the rise of interconnection between systems in foreign exchange (FX) and how this will cause flash crashes like we’ve never seen before. Banks face existential threat from fintechs “willing to lose money” Banks are misjudging competitive risk in the payments market, and are facing an existential threat if they don’t match up to fintechs willing to lose money to snatch up customer relationships and deal with payments friction, says Alan Trefler, CEO of Pega Systems, speaking at Sibos. Day Two: Tuesday 24th September Daily News at Sibos This issue explores how financial organisations are keeping ahead of cybersecurity threats as new technology ushers in new risks which need to be tackled. Panaseer’s VP Becky Keightley talks about the evolution of financial crime for banks, while senior associate at Cooke, Young & Keidan Michael Cumming-Bruce talks about the opportunities for fraud with Libra. _London could be “centre of the world” for RMB_London has the potential to be the centre of the world for Chinese RMB, according to Charles Li, CEO of Hong Kong Stock Exchange and Clearing (HKEX), should his firm’s proposed £32 billion merger with the London Stock Exchange Group (LSE) go ahead. Visa’s digitisation tries to avoid “immediate displacement” of cash Visa is trying to avoid “immediate displacement” of cash in its digitisation process so as not to disrupt the US population which is still heavily cash-based, says SVP global head of Visa Business, Kevin Phalen, at a Sibos round table. “Digital transformation will happen quicker in LatAm than Europe” There will be a “leap frog” in Latin America’s digital transformation progress soon, beating Europe’s time to digital, says McKinsey’s senior partner Carlos Trascasa at Sibos. Embracing payments change will keep banks in fintech race The implementation of instant payment schemes like EBA Clearing’s RT1 and new Request to Pay (R2P) initiatives will help banks compete with global technology firms and fintechs, according to a Sibos panel. MUFG “ready to work with fintechs” Japan-based Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG) is “ready to work with fintechs”, revealing it already has its eyes on some and wants to open up the conversation as much as possible, says its EMEA head of cash and liquidity management Alan Verschoyle-King in an exclusive interview with FinTech Futures. Banks must improve data handling to root out financial crime Banks need to improve the handling of their data before they attempt to apply artificial intelligence (AI) or machine learning systems to root out money laundering and financial crime, according to a panel at Sibos. Day Three: Wednesday 25th September Daily News at Sibos For this penultimate edition, the theme is adapting to shifting geopolitical and regulatory priorities. Global head of transactional services at AbsaThabo Makoko explores how countries in the south of the African equator can improve their payments infrastructure, while managing director and head of global transaction banking at Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking Ed Thurman analyses how global trading tensions are prompting more corporates to diversify the markets they trade in. _“Blockchain is not a magic wand,” says Euroclear_Belgium-based financial services company Euroclear says “blockchain is not a magic wand” on a panel discussion at Sibos about the vulnerabilities of blockchain. Aligning compliance with real-time payments With faster payments redefining transactions, consumers now expect greater transparency and banks should focus on the “implications of data” to stay innovative, says Marion King, director of payments at NatWest. SEB launches new environment-friendly product for Nordic SMBs Swedish corporate bank Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken (SEB) says the largest risk concern for its SMB clients in supply chain financing (SCF) is the environment, shifting from last year’s focus on renewable energy. Cultural barriers need to fall to make cybersecurity more transparent “It’s critical not to let the bad guys win [the cybersecurity race] by letting them take advantage of our fragmented regulatory landscape,” says Norton Rose Fulbright’s head of technology and innovation Stella Cramer at Sibos. IBM’s initiative for social good Aleksandra Mojsilovic from IBM Research discusses why using AI and machine learning to tackle societal challenges should be on every business’ mind. Day Four: Thursday 26th September Daily News at Sibos Leveraging data to uncover new connections is the theme of this year’s final edition. CTO & COO Moshe Selfin and VP of CTO Office Ilya Dubinsky at Credorax discuss the future of 5G and its easily accessible data, while EMEA head of State Street Global Exchange Riccardo Lamanna explores how financial services has undertaken AI, data ledger technology, robotics and cloud technologies – questioning whether some of this technology is a fad, or whether it will become essential. Watch out for Asian big techs like Alipay, Accenture warns banks Banks aren’t looking closely enough at big technology firms in Asia such as Alipay, says Accenture‘s MD banking lead Cécile André Leruste. “We don’t get rid of anything in this industry”, says Fiserv director “We don’t get rid of anything in this industry,” says Fiserv director of product Trevor LeFleche on the evolution of payments and the current uses of cash, card and digital channels at Sibos London in an exclusive interview with FinTech Futures.
In case anyone else (myself included) hasn't been paying attention to Factom since its rise in May, there has been a lot of activity. To keep this brief I'm just going to list what I found to be the big updates in recent months:
Factom Enterprise Wallet Updated to include Encryption
2018 Exodus Wallet integration
Promised improved communication with the community
Community project to port myetherwallet code to factom in order to support Ledger S
Plan to perform reddit AMA's on a regular basis
In addition there was an AMA on reddit with the Executive Vice President Jason Nadeau ( JasonFactom[S] ) & Chief Marketing Officer Jay Smith ( jaysmith8088 ) of Factom. Some I will paraphrase, some I will leave the conversation as its easier to follow the information that way. Highlights from that below:
Industries Factom has NDA's with are Banking, Insurance, and Healthcare
Targeting Fortune 1000 & Fortune 100 companies
Currently working with Fortune 100 companies (this specific answer he said 2018 was going to be very exciting)
20-30 NDAs as of AMA
new Factom.com website in Q1 that will have all kinds of new and exciting content that will include self-guided tours / demos of Harmony.
Factom Harmony will be used to "tokenize" assets and actively be used by current and future ICO chains
[–]JasonFactom[S] 9 points 3 days ago Yes we do have active deals were Factom will be part of the software tools used to drive the business models for recent ICOs. The deals will move faster and are not as hung up on confidentiality and Non-Disclosures. So we will be able to announce and talk about them much quicker than we can with Enterprise clients.
[–]JasonFactom[S] 11 points 3 days ago dLoc is one of our most exciting partners. Their platform SMART COSMOS connects their NFC tags to Factom's blockchain. This has tremendous value in tracking physical assets and paper documents. We love the dLoc partnership because it allows us to track both virtual assets through Harmony and physical assets with dLoc. See the attached for more information and a video about it. https://www.smartrac-group.com/dloc-a-breakthrough-solution-in-document-authentication.html
[–]jaysmith8088 9 points 3 days ago Yes, Factom M2 is stable enough to service large customers.
[–]JustBatman 4 points 3 days ago Are there any signed clients we don't know anything about? Clients that will produce entries starting M3? permalinkembedsavereportgive goldreply
[–]jaysmith8088 12 points 3 days ago Yes in fact we recently signed a contract we are all very exciting about. Stay tuned for exciting announcements.,
[–]JasonFactom[S] 12 points 3 days ago Great question. The lowest hanging fruit for insurance is around the claims process. Insurance companies can use Factom to preserve the interactions with consumer, right from their mobile apps. This eliminates the He-Said / She-Said process that tends to happen during claims, providing assurance around all the data. And keeps Insurance companies honest and transparent.
[–]JustBatman 6 points 3 days ago How much entries could we theoretically expect from one of the best picks of clients you are yet in contract negotiations whith? permalinkembedsavereportgive goldreply
[–]jaysmith8088 5 points 3 days ago Just to give you an idea of the magnitudes we are dealing with. An average mortgage lender does between 300K and 500K loans a year with 100 documents per loan and something like a 1000 points of data. If you do the math, it gets rather impressive, or as we think of it, exciting permalinkembedsaveparentreportgive goldreply [–]DChapman77 3 points 3 days ago Can you share the average number of entry credits you anticipate being used per loan? Thank you. permalinkembedsaveparentreportgive goldreply [–]JasonFactom[S] 11 points 3 days ago That is a really hard question to answer. It depends upon how they implement Factom. But if they implement it how we recommend, they will use tens of thousands of entries. Also loans can last 30 years with most lasting 7-10 years AND the lender will need to continually update the chain of data with payments, taxes, escrows etc, for years... So the numbers gets really big permalinkembedsaveparentreportgive goldreply [–]DChapman77 7 points 3 days ago Holy crap. You just made my day. I didn't even think about continued updates. permalinkembedsaveparentreportgive goldreply [–]SebTheCreator 3 points 3 days ago Impressive! permalinkembedsaveparentreportgive goldreply [–]JasonFactom[S] 2 points 2 days ago Just to be a bit more clear on the volumes. When Jay say 300K - 500k loans per year. That is the average Large Mortage Lender. The entire mortgage industry has been averaging between 9MM and 10MM loans per year for all mortgage lenders. permalinkembedsaveparentreportgive goldreply
[–]era99 1 point 1 day ago Possible to tell us the approx market share you've captured? :]
[–]jaysmith8088 9 points 3 days ago If we are defining one measure of the success of the Factom platform as utilization and transaction volume we see enterprise clients as the fastest route to large volume. One fortune 1000 company will generate the volume of many small startups. We are hooking ourselves into the the firehoses rather than just the garden hose.
[–]Moominballs 4 points 3 days ago Regarding the Second Bill & Melinda gates foundation grant..... It states on their webpage that its "11 terms". Does this equal "11 months?". Also; are you building new medical software from scratch, or partnering up with somebody else, providing the blockchain interface only? permalinkembedsavereportgive goldreply
[–]jaysmith8088 8 points 3 days ago For the second grant which just started in the last two months, we are working with another company that is responsible for the front end work and for on the ground roll-out, user training and support In South Africa. Factom is providing it's API layer customized to the needs of the project. Factom is the decentralized back-end instead of a centralized data center running an Oracle or SQL database. South African clinics will run a private Factom network that will make about 5 million blood test results available to the patients and their providers. The project is slated to last 1 year in development and implementation stage, leading up to user testing and general roll-out. We had a kick off meeting with stake holders including NHLS in Johannesburg mid November to launch this project. permalinkembedsaveparentreportgive goldreply [–]AlexanderSupersloth 5 points 3 days ago You make it sound like the Bill and Melinda Gates project is a done deal, with only implementation left to consider. Is that correct? permalinkembedsaveparentreportgive goldreply [–]jaysmith8088 9 points 3 days ago Yes, yes it is. permalinkembedsaveparentreportgive goldreply
[–]AlexanderSupersloth 2 points 3 days ago I just noticed it is on a private network. Are many of the projects you're pursuing happening on private networks? permalinkembedsaveparentreportgive goldreply
[–]JustBatman 3 points 3 days ago Thank you Jay. Could you elaborate a bit more about those "private" chains? Are those only private for testing purposes and will later be integrated in the Factom official blockchain? permalinkembedsaveparentreportgive goldreply [–]jaysmith8088 6 points 3 days ago This may be a terminology issue. We provide clients the ability to create individual chains for the business items they are working with. A chain for each loan for example. While the chains are still linked in to provide provenance, it's not the same model as Bitcoin's single shared ledger. There is more information in there, but this is what I thought was paramount. Hopefully this level of communication will continue, and it seems that 2018 will indeed be a very exciting year.
Soom is a project developed to perfect the world's first Blockchain 4.0 platform ecosystem. This is also the first time in the world that a Blockchain platform is a practical application in everyday life with the combination of two algorithms Proof of Group Stake and Proof of Transaction is integrated directly into the Mobile Wallet . Normally, the current blockchain platforms in the world still need at least 10 minutes to confirm for a transaction. This is the biggest obstacle for implementing blockchain in the areas of life. With the arrival of Soom, this problem seems to be solved with four breakthrough features: The transaction speed is pushed down to 8 seconds, easy to apply in real payment In Soom, each block is formed by 512 cells, also known as the chain, cells that will be randomly identified from the participants in the system. Processing algorithms will be divided equally for each cell to minimize duplication of results. This helps the algorithms in the ecosystem to optimize the processing time to the maximum (8s). In addition, the required security in the payment platform will be maintained by the Space & Time algorithm - space and time. This value is defined with each cell in the block and stored directly in the blocks, thereby creating a completely random security basis, unable to grasp the rule to break. Minimize transaction costs to the lowest level By limiting the number of participants in the algorithm, it is thought that limiting unnecessary costs to results. This provides direct benefits to those conducting the transaction when the cost of payment is reduced to a minimum Develop and complete Mobile Phone Minning The Mobile Phone Mining system provides a practical and convenient value to anyone who owns the Soom virtual currency, allowing users to be able to mine directly on a mobile device without the need for a case array with " "Like other Crypto coins. The basis for this is that Soom has adopted two Proof-of-group-stake and Proof-of-transaction algorithms to motivate people to take blocks, accelerate speed and transaction processing. , making every transaction simpler to perform on a mobile device anywhere. Automatically collect, store and process Big Data With Soom's blockchain 4.0 platform, blocks - Mobile blocks are aggregated into table blocks and arranged into space blocks based on content classification. For every 10 Moble blocks completed, create a table of blocks, for each of the 8 Blocks to form a Space Blocks. Each Mobile block is ordered by content through the MerkleRootHash function, which allows for faster processing of data to increase the ability to collect and store data when needed. Dual security system In addition to the same security features as other blockchain platforms, Soom also designed a dual security system to completely prevent attacks on the system during the exploit. blocks. The double security consists of a private key of the wallet used in the transaction and the private key of the Group. Group private key is executed during the grouping process. Group private key is made up of the public key of each group member and the current time value of the group - Current Time of Grouping, which is updated continuously every 8 seconds. SOOM's BUSINESS MODEL Soom will develop the following main business lines: Blockchain as a Service (BaaS) There are now a lot of companies that want to use blockchain with features designed specifically to fit the needs of the company. But not all companies have enough resources to design such a blockchain system. With the groundbreaking structure of the Soom Blockchain platform, it will allow the creation and maintenance of custom secondary blockchains supported by the mainnet. Soom will provide this solution to all businesses of all sizes and industries that want to incorporate Blockchain technology into their business. This service is called Blockchain as a Service (BaaS). Soom will also provide consultancy services such as modifying existing features or building additional custom functions to fit the needs of each customer. All feature requests will be made by Soom's leading engineers to ensure the maximum benefit and efficiency of integrating Blockchain technology into the customer's business. Soom Wallet In the first stage, Soom wallet acts as a secure and easy-to-use Soom coin storage device on mobile devices and computers. When the Blockchain 4.0 platform becomes popular, the Soom wallet becomes the all-in-one purse that meets the needs of the user. All features of the Soom Wallet are developed with criteria to bring convenience to users. ⦁ Multi-currency: Soom wallet users have the choice and to store different types of blockchain assets without the hassle of having to switch between different types of wallet for deposit fees. ⦁ Dual Security System: Developed on the Blockchain 4.0 platform, the Soom wallet has superior security features Private key and Group private key. ⦁ Location Based Service: The Crypto industry lacks places - where electronic payment is accepted and even difficult to locate. Existing services like Coinmap and UseBitcoins.info are mostly outdated, and often lead to erroneous instructions that take time for the customer. Soom will provide the ability for stores to update their location on the Soom wallet map so customers can easily search. ⦁ Loyalty programs: All Soom Wallet users will receive discounts, promotions and media events from the stores they are interested in. ⦁ Crypto Exchange: In the future, Soom plans to incorporate the electronic money transaction feature directly into the Soom wallet. With the goal of making the transaction function fast, safe and completely free transaction costs. ⦁ Utility bill payment: payment of invoices is often done repeatedly by the user. Makes this feature a perfect candidate for the important feature of Soom Wallets. However, blockbusters in countries with blockchain restrictions make it impossible to integrate this feature in the next two to five years. ⦁ Merchant edition: Soom is developing and upgrading its version of Soom wallet to best suit the needs of the seller. Soom wallet Merchant Edition will include the following features: ⦁ Invoice Generation: As soon as the transaction is confirmed, the invoice will be automatically sent to the buyer's purse. ⦁ Big Data Analysis: Analyze data on customer behavior: favorite items, purchase time, payment levels, interest in promotions ... ⦁ Target by geographical location with Soom Duo: Sellers can send messages, notifications of discounts, special events to Soom Wallet users near the geographic location of the store. ⦁ System management: Soom wallet provides different levels of access to the wallet information of the store according to the managerial hierarchy: staff, team leader, director ... Soom Pay Soom Pay is a mobile payment company based in Korea, developed for the purpose of providing a comprehensive payment solution for merchant consumers across Asia. Sellers using Soom Pay will see transactions paid for in their local currency while the customer is a foreigner, and they will even use a wallet application in their home country. Soom Pay is the first destination for tourists from China. In 2017, the number of Chinese tourists is 130 million, spending up to 260 billion dollars and 97 percent paid through mobile payment applications. To meet the needs of Chinese tourists, Soom Pay has cooperated with major payment applications in China such as Alipay, Wechatpay, QQ, Unionpay Quickpass ... Soom Pay's development team is also working with mobile payment service providers in Asian countries to expand the payment route portfolio and provide its services to many merchants and travelers. along with all the consumers around the world. By combining multiple mobile payment systems, Soom Pay aims to create a viable alternative to credit card transactions with more advantages. ⦁ Foolproof Security: cancel the fake credit card, protect personal information ⦁ Fast Transaction: fast transaction authentication time, international transactions occur almost immediately ⦁ Low Transaction Fee: no fee for bank or third party, international transaction fee is very low ⦁ Suitable for Everyone: Benefit both the seller and the buyer, suitable for those who do not have a bank account In the latest polls, the main reason behind the fact that sellers and shopkeepers accept electronic money as a low-paying method in addition to lack of confidence are the main reasons that complex interfaces are difficult to use. Much more than conventional POS terminals. To incorporate a simpler interface to make the experience easier for the user, Soom has developed its own terminal on the Blockchain 4.0 platform. The device is named X-POS. X-POS has many advantages for both cash and credit cards, integrated using QR code, integrated with Soom wallet, sellers can process and record transactions in cash, credit card or electronic money, digging coin Soom ... By combining the advanced features of Blockchain 4.0 and Soom wallet with the widespread adoption of Soom Pay and X-POS, Soom Pay makes it possible for anyone to pay with any mobile payment application. or any electronic money anytime, anywhere. BIGGEST AIRDROP ! The SOOM Foundation plans to use 400 million coins for the Airdrop program to build the community and trust of donors, the largest airdrop program ever built on Crypto history. Coin will be distributed under the supervision of the SOOM Foundation. Each member of Soom's Airdrop program will receive at least 10 Soom Coins worth up to $ 10. To join Soom's Airdrop program simply follow these steps: ⦁ Step 1: Download the Soom application on your mobile phone: ⦁ Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=core.soomcoin.wallet&hl=en&referrer=27af6436 ⦁ IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/US/app/new-숨코인-soomcoin-wallet/id1420371656?mt=8 ⦁ Step 2: Take steps to create wallet ⦁ Select "Create new wallet" if you are using one or select "Wallet restore" -You have created a wallet before. Copy your recovery code line and save it for use when you want to recover your wallet. ⦁ Select the country of residence. ⦁ Phone number verification ⦁ Step 3: Enter the referral code, this is captured so you get 10 coin ⦁ Referral Code: 27af6436 ⦁ Select "Next" to finish ⦁ Step 4: Check the prize money ⦁ Step 5: In the Balance section, select the share icon on the right of the screen to get your referral code and referrals to friends. With each friend you download Soom, you will receive 2 Soom coin, your friend receives 10 Soom coin. When your friend introduces new people, you receive one more coin. Please introduce yourself to your friends help them get 10 Soom coin. Soom coin was listed on IDCM at 13h00 on 27/08/2018. 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LIBERTARIAN BOOK CLUB: Liberalism by Ludwig von Mises
http://ift.tt/2CeRqcQ We are a monthly book club for anyone who wants to learn more about Libertarianism. We will discuss each book's chaptesection in separate posts, so everyone will be able to read along at their own pace. We typically also focus on books which are available for free so that everyone can participate. Join the Private Facebook Group and follow us on Twitter as we seek to learn more about Libertarianism. Liberalism is Mises's classic statement in defense of a free society, one of the last statements of the old liberal school and a text from which we can continue to learn. It has been the conscience of a global movement for liberty for 80 years. This new edition, a gorgeous hardback from the Mises Institute, features a new foreword by Tom Woods. It can also be downloaded here. Ch1, pgs. 18 -26 From Tom Wood's Forward: “The liberal sets a very high threshold for the initiation of violence. Beyond the minimal taxation necessary to maintain legal and defense services—and some liberals shrink even from this— he denies to the state the power to initiate violence and seeks only peaceful remedies to perceived social ills. He opposes violence for the sake of redistributing wealth, of enriching influential pressure groups, or trying to improve man’s moral condition. Civilized people, says the liberal, interact with each other not according to the law of the jungle, but by means of reason and discussion.” Intro. Mises: “If it is maintained that the consequence of a liberal policy is or must be to favor the special interests of certain strata of society, this is still a question that allows of discussion. It is one of the tasks of the present work to show that such a reproach is in no way justified . . . In the customary rhetoric of the demagogues these facts are represented quite differently. To listen to them, one would think that all progress in the techniques of production redounds to the exclusive benefit of a favored few, while the masses sink ever more deeply into misery. However, it requires only a moment’s reflection to realize that the fruits of all technological and industrial innovations make for an improvement in the satisfaction of the wants of the great masses.” While Mises endeavors to explain liberalism rationally, he says that you can't explain anti-liberalism that way because they are not rational. He calls it Fourierism - a kind of neurosis that is basically envy. Ch 1 The section on property reminded me a lot of what Rothbard wrote in New Liberty. Not surprising since I am sure Rothbard cited Mises a lot. On Freedom: “Muddleheaded babblers may therefore argue interminably over whether all men are destined for freedom and are as yet ready for it. They may go on contending that there are races and peoples for whom Nature has prescribed a life of servitude and that the master races have the duty of keeping the rest of mankind in bondage. The liberal will not oppose their arguments in any way because his reasoning in favor of freedom for all, without distinction, is of an entirely different kind. We liberals do not assert that God or Nature meant all men to be free, because we are not instructed in the designs of God and of Nature, and we avoid, on principle, drawing God and Nature into a dispute over mundane questions. What we maintain is only that a system based on freedom for all workers warrants the greatest productivity of human labor and is therefore in the interest of all the inhabitants of the earth.” The section on Peace reminded me of . . . I really liked section 2, talking about how by nature individuals will seek out beneficial relationships through mutual exchange. It's not that we believe that business is benevolent, but that like Adam Smith had said: it is not from their own generosity that the butcher and baker offer their service but of their own livelihood. Former President Obama has repeatedly tried to infer cryptography is a threat to the /people/ if _government_ doesn't have a skeleton key to everyone's digital house and digital papers by saying "Everyone is walking around with a swiss bank account in their pocket." The first time I heard him say it out loud some years ago now, I thought to myself "that sounds _expletive_ ideal!" . The answer to the underlying and ongoing incessant plea by government to give them permission to do what they are already doing without permission, spying on the /people/, is of the form PRIVACY SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED. Given that the governments have proven themselves without honor and have violated any trust or hope thereof to defend from plunder in the act of plundering themselves, privacy going forward will be kept by intellectual strength. This is not a request, this is an action a person takes, or doesn't take: responsibility for their own digital information security. If you didn't read the chapter you probably won't get how that all relates together in terms of the shenanigans they've been up to since his observations were originally written. Trusting the other end to hold all the keys and the data has proven unwise, hasn't it? **Ch 1, pgs. 27-41 **I have some qualms about how Mises frames the discussion on equality. He finds fault with nineteenth century liberals (here I think we can substitute Thomas Jefferson though Mises noticeably does not call him out by name) because they argued for the equality of all men on the basis of natural rights theory. Mises argues that is preposterous because all you have to do is look at people to see they are not equal. But when Jefferson said all men are created equal he certainly did not mean that all men are identical. Since he rejects equality as a reason for giving equal treatment under the law, he therefore resorts to making utilitarian arguments. He basically says that elites best not deprive the poor and working class of equal treatment because they are outnumbered and will meet resistance - usually bloody. However, you will recall that in New Liberty, Rothbard will argue that it is a mistake to make utilitarian arguments and that we must always argue from first principles. In section five Mises argues that the luxuries of today inevitably become the necessities of tomorrow. I am glad to know that in the future we will all fly first class, have yachts, chauffeur driven limousines, and luxury boxes at the ballpark. Section Six: “In requiring of the individual that he should take society into consideration in all his actions, that he should forgo an action that, while advantageous to him, would be detrimental to social life, society does not demand that he sacrifice himself to the interests of others. For the sacrifice that it imposes is only a provisional one: the renunciation of an immediate and relatively minor advantage in “exchange for a much greater ultimate benefit. The continued existence of society as the association of persons working in cooperation and sharing a common way of life is in the interest of every individual.” In Section Seven, everyone should see the problem with this: “There is, to be sure, a sect that believes that one could quite safely dispense with every form of compulsion and base society entirely on the voluntary observance of the moral code. The anarchists consider state, law, and government as superfluous institutions in a social order that would really serve the good of all, and not just the special interests of a privileged few. Only because the present social order is based on private ownership of the means of production is it necessary to resort to compulsion and coercion in its defense. If private property were abolished, then everyone, without exception, would spontaneously observe the rules demanded by social cooperation.” Mises here to me seems to be arguing that anarchism is incompatible with private property. Of course, most of us now understand this to be incorrect and the present-day Mises Institute could be called the Anarcho-Capitalist Institute. Mises writes: “Liberalism is not anarchism, nor has it anything whatsoever to do with anarchism.” He may be right about that, which is why Rothbard used the term libertarianism to describe anarcho-capitalism and deliberately distinguished it from liberalism which he viewed as a sort of proto-libertarianism. Mises goes on this same line to a sickening degree in Section Eight. When reading this I thought of this meme, but in place of "proud conservative" I guess you could photoshop Mises' face.FREE BITCOIN! When you buy $100 Bitcoin through this link, you'll earn $10 of FREE Bitcoin! (IMMEDIATE 10% ROI!)Ch 1, pgs. 42-59 Mises confuses me again in Section Nine: “The champions of democracy in the eighteenth century argued that only monarchs and their ministers are morally depraved, injudicious, and evil. The people, however, are altogether good, pure, and noble, and have, besides, the intellectual gifts needed in order always to know and to do what is right. This is, of course, all nonsense, no less so than the flattery of the courtiers who ascribed all good and noble qualities to their princes.” That I agree with completely. However, he closes that same section: “Only a group that can count on the consent of the governed can establish a lasting regime." So he begins by criticizing democracy and closes by praising it. In between he seems to be making another utilitarian argument in favor of democracy. Section 10 I like. Basically he argues that fascism at the time of his writing was popular because it was a response to the evils of Bolshevism. “Many people approve of the methods of Fascism, even though its economic program is altogether antiliberal and its policy completely interventionist, because it is far from practicing the senseless and unrestrained destructionism that has stamped the Communists as the arch-enemies of civilization” He was very prescient here: “But when the fresh impression of the crimes of the Bolsheviks has paled, the socialist program will once again exercise its power of attraction on the masses.” Section 11: Found this depressing considering it was written several decades ago: “Other countries do not go so far, but nearly everywhere some restrictions are imposed on the sale of opium, cocaine, and similar narcotics." Mises argues that once you concede government the power to prohibit certain substances you have lost the argument that they should not be able to prohibit certain reading material. Section 12: He makes another utilitarian argument. The state should be tolerant of religious beliefs, not because every individual has freedom of conscience, but says Mises, because intolerance will lead to social unrest by persecuted religious. We of course today would prefer no state around to be tolerant or intolerant of anything. Section 13 Mises wrongly suggests that suppression of conduct detrimental to the social order requires a state. As we saw from Rothbard though that is not the case at all. Ch 2, pgs. 60-84 In The Organization of the Economy, Mises points out the difference between redistributing capital among the working class and the communal ownership of property, but of course rejects both. In "The Impracticality of Socialism" he says that while the common criticism that “most men will not exhibit the same zeal in the performance of the duties and tasks assigned to them that they bring to their daily work in a social order based on private property" is correct, it does not get at the heart of the matter: “What renders socialism impracticable is precisely the fact that calculation of this kind is impossible in a socialist society.” In Sections 2 and 3 Mises says that since the world is not a paradise, people like to direct their unhappiness at the institution of private property and that governments by their very nature always attack private property. Below is a perfect example of that from a recent interview with New York City Mayor DeBlasio. Mises says that while many people today understand that private property can not be dispensed with completely, they think government intervention is necessary to even the playing field. He explains though how every single government intervention in the voluntary exchange of goods and services can only make the market less efficient i.e. Back to Hazlitt's consequences seen and unseen.**"Get the equivalent of a Ph.D. in libertarian thought and free-market economics online for just 24 cents a day." ** Most of us learned politically correct U.S. history in school. The economics was at least as bad. It's never too late to learn the truth. At Liberty Classroom, you can learn real U.S. history, Western civilization, and free-market economics from professors you can trust. Short on time? No problem. You can learn in your car. FIND OUT MORE HERE **Ch 2, pgs. 85-94 ** In section seven Mises argues that we have nothing to fear from natural monopolies. Reminded me of this Tom Woods episode I would summarize section six as that capitalism is not perfect, just better than any other economic system conceivable. Reminded me of this: **Ch 3, pgs. 105-117 **Section 3.1 is brief, but I think complex. Mises argued that for classical liberals, there is no divide between domestic and foreign policy: The same principles that apply to one apply to the other. And I would summarize that principle as non-interventionism: no intervention by government in the domestic economy and no intervention by government in the affairs of foreign governments - i.e. Peace, commerce and honest friendship with all nations, entangling alliances with none. So far, so good, but Mises goes on to extol the virtues of cosmopolitanism vis-a-vis nationalism. Also fine. But he then argued a that national unity is itself a product of liberalism. THAT seems to conflict a bit with the point he just made, and quite a bit with the book we read by Tom DiLorenzo where he made the case that DISUNITY within a nation is a force for good when it comes to libertarianism and advocated secession and nullification as tools to advance liberty. **Ch 3, pgs. 118-141 **Section 3.4 Mises argues that ethic conflicts within heterogeneous nations can only be avoided when said nation completely adopts a liberal program. As per Rothbard though: **Ch. 4, pgs. 155-169 **We often hear complaints that libertarianism does not advance due to some failure or another in tactics or strategy on the part of libertarians. In Section 4.1 Mises dismisses that concern saying that liars and tricksters need tactics and strategy but that if people can't see the truth for themselves there is no hope for them. Mises goes even further: “Most people do not have even the intellectual endowments required to think through the—after all very complicated—problems of social cooperation, and they certainly do not have the will power necessary to make those provisional sacrifices that all social action demands.” Well that is certainly downer, leaving all political activity completely useless. (He makes that explicit in the next section). I am left wondering what is the point of his even writing and publishing books if he believes that? **Ch. 4, pgs. 170-187 **Section 4.3 "There are, therefore, only two parties: the party in power and the one that wants to be in power . . . As their demands are, in principle, limitless, it is impossible for any one of these parties ever to achieve all the ends it envisages . . . Every party seeks, nevertheless, to attain to such influence as will permit it to satisfy its desires as far as possible, while also taking care always to be able to justify to its electors why all their wishes could not be fulfilled." Certainly seems apropos today regarding the GOP's failure to repeal ACA, defund Planned Parenthood etc. Section 4.4. "Society cannot, in the long run, exist if it is divided into sharply defined groups, each intent on wresting special privileges for its own members” To me that is almost like saying "Society can not in the long run exist. Period." Mises I think unwittingly makes the case for radical individualism. Or It's saying politics will cause society to cease, if we keep it up. Section 4.5 he returns to the idea that liberals must fight force with ideas not counter-force. Section 4.6. He returns to the idea that critics of liberalism will claim that liberalism is the special interest of capitalists, but that that is false because capitalism ultimately benefits not just one class of people, but everyone. In a liberal system property rights belong to all, not just to capitalists. **Ch 5 **In Chapter Five, Mises argues that the enemies of capitalism have lost the debate that alternatives to capitalism can lead to greater material wealth, so they have moved the goalpost and now claim that material wealth is a societal ill. Mises replies though that a return to primitive asceticism would result in the deaths of billions of people. "Liberalism is no world view because it does not try to explain the cosmos and because it says nothing and does not seek to say anything about the meaning and purpose of human existence . . . 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