. Rapid antigen test from BD. Something extremely bogus is going on. — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 13, 2020. Same machine, same test, same nurse. Was tested for covid four times today. Two tests came back negative, two came back positive.
Numerous false voter fraud conspiracy theories have circulated on social media since Election Day, including a couple claiming that the election’s technological infrastructure was hacked or tampered with. The videos have racked up millions of views, and the platform has profited from some of them. YouTube has allowed users to share videos pushing false conspiracy theories alleging interference with voting machines and election computer systems. One theory falsely alleged that some kind of supercomputer named "Hammer" and a computer program called "Scorecard" were used to alter vote counts (and that footage shown on CNN last year proves it);
Last week I told my premium crypto trading members that a break above $19535 would target $20,5K+ (see here). Thus, there are technically enough waves in place to consider the (green) wave-2/b complete and wave-3/c to ideally $37000+/-1000K underway.
Autocratic countries tend to implement strict economic controls, preventing people from withdrawing their money from banks, carrying it out of the country, or exchanging it for not-yet-worthless currencies like the US dollar on the free market. This allows the government free reign to implement insane economic experiments such as the socialist system of the USSR.
And if so, what gives it its value? So as the greenbacks and quarters in our pockets slowly disappear, replaced by strings of digits stored on our smartphones, and money takes another step away from being tied to anything of value, a philosophical question comes to mind: does money still exist?
However, the downside target zone for this correction, the more critical price level to watch, was correct as the cryptocurrency bottomed on September 7 at $18559, which is well within the accepted 5% margin of error. Since that low, BTC has rallied to >$22K and is back above its (blue) 50-day simple moving average (SMA).
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— Liz Sly (@LizSly) November 13, 2020 Washington Post Beirut bureau chief covering Syria. Trump thinks it’s 200 . US officials have been lying to Trump – and the American people – about the true number of US troops in Syria in order to deter him from withdrawing them, according to the outgoing Syria envoy.
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Most people at the time thought it was a joke, or that the system would reveal serious design flaws that would make it unworkable. When Bitcoin launched, only a handful of people used it and ran the Bitcoin software on their computers to power the Bitcoin network.
It’s only physical manifestation might be a note in a ledger. In the case of money, btc anything can conceivably take on the Y role even without an X (think a barter economy). Where metals, then bills and now bits in computer memory take the role of X, money might well be a "free-standing" Y, meaning it could exist without anything to represent it except the web of intentional states (the debts and obligations) that make more familiar forms of money function. John Searle has described things like money as "some special sort" of social objects. That is, X (coins, bills, strings of digits) work as Y (money) in context C (an economy, coffee shop, bank, etc).
In this area you can set parameters that determine how your bot should sell. Here you enter something like what percentage profit you would be satisfied with (" Take profit at "). Again, it is important to think about trading fees and not to set the profit margin too low.
For centuries, minted coins not only represented the value and trust of banks, their depositors and eventually nation-states, but also were deemed valuable because they were made from precious metals like gold and silver. These metals are difficult to move around in large quantities, and so banknotes were invented as early as the seventh century in China and brought to Europe in the 13th century. Unlike coins, banknotes were not treated as valuable in themselves since they were simply printed on otherwise worthless paper. Rather, they served as a form of promissory note or IOU that could be presented to the banks that issued them in exchange for their face value in precious metal, coins or bullion.
CZ noted that the records were from "one Asian country" and probably due to a glitch in an elastic search deployment by a government body. The hackers could leverage user data and pull-off phishing scams to steal keys and gain illicit access to accounts on CEXes. According to Kenny Li, co-founder of Manta Network, a web3-based privacy protocol, the breach could translate into the crypto space.