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Rhea Token sale starts on Monday 2nd October

October 1, 2017 News BTC 0

Rhea is launching the Crypto20 trading platform, a capitalization index of the top 20 cryptocurrencies enabling investors to hedge their investments across a range of the top rated, by market cap, cryptocurrencies. The Rhea ICO will begin on Monday, October 2nd. Simplifying Crypto Investing with Rhea and the Crypto20 Cryptocurrency investment can be a minefield … Continue reading Rhea Token sale starts on Monday 2nd October

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Daily Market Report for October 01 2017

October 1, 2017 krakenfx 0

October 01 2017 KRAKEN DIGITAL ASSET EXCHANGE $59.5M traded across all markets today Crypto, EUR, USD, JPY, CAD, GBP  BTC $4,297 ↓1.07% $26.8M ETH $299.6 ↓1.28% $15.3M BCH $422.42 ↓4.05% $4.96M XRP $0.1986 ↓2.37% $3.27M LTC $53.86 ↓3.04% $3.11M ZEC $268.8 ↓3.68% $1.63M ETC $12.57 ↓5.42% $1.21M DASH $317.6 ↓3.61% $844,675 XMR $92.59 ↓3.21% $766,436 USDT $1.00 →0.00% $480,233 ICN $1.412 ↓4.93% $305,123 EOS $.69 ↓4.17% $256,019 REP $20.50 ↓5.49% $186,204 MLN $71.54 ↑6.54% $126,740 GNO $138.1 ↓7.69% $98,510 XLM $0.0137 ↓2.02% $46,845 Visit the About section on our blog for more information about the Kraken Daily Market Report here.

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Paycent- Enabling Everyone in the Payment Chain

October 1, 2017 Guest Author 0

Paycent is a global mobile dual e-wallet that can be funded with cryptocurrencies and fiat, all within the same application. Paycent is continuously expanding into the fiat ecosystem, having partnership talks with several governments, banks, and companies. The company already has a live working product and committing to keep improving the Paycentos Wallet. The application … Continue reading Paycent- Enabling Everyone in the Payment Chain

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After Months of Build-Up, BlockMason’s Credit Protocol Token Sale Set To Begin

October 1, 2017 News BTC 0

Just two months after BlockMason revealed their first fully-functional application, Friend in Debt, the startup is set to begin their highly anticipated token sale for the Credit Protocol. The last several weeks have seen BlockMason release a number of high-profile announcements, including the addition of Anthony Di Iorio, founder of Jaxx and co-founder of Ethereum, … Continue reading After Months of Build-Up, BlockMason’s Credit Protocol Token Sale Set To Begin

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Here’s How Much of Your Taxes Have Gone To Pay For Wars Since 9/11

October 1, 2017 Tyler Durden 0

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Previously unreported Pentagon data shows how much the average U.S. taxpayer has paid for combat operations in Afghanistan, Iraq, and now Syria. According to the two page report summary, the cumulative estimated cost of the 16 year war in the Middle East has cost each taxpayer $7,500.

According to Defense One, Americans paid the most for the wars in 2010, an average of $767 per taxpayer. Since the peak, the annual amount has declined to $289 this fiscal year and $281 projected for 2018. By October of 2018, the Pentagon’s share of the wars in Afghanistan, Iraq and now Syria will have collectively cost taxpayers more than $1.5 trillion, according to the Department of Defense.

On the other hand, the Watson Institute at Brown U. tells a different story of the actual cost of war coming in at a staggering $4.8 trillion on a post 9/11 basis, and since this spending has been funded through new debt issuance, interest on the borrowed funds could climb to $7.9 trillion by 2053.

According a paper by Columbia University economist and former chief economist of the World Bank Joseph Stiglitz and Harvard University’s Linda Blimes, former US President George W. Bush’s economic adviser Larry Lindsey touted that war costs would be capped near $200 billion when pitching the Iraq War, which he thought would be “good for the economy.”

The economists wrote that “it now appears that Lindsey was indeed wrong – by grossly underestimating the costs.” They determined that $750 billion to $1.2 trillion had been spent on the Iraq invasion alone, three years after the conflict started (2006). Now, 11 years after their paper, the Pentagon actually says that the Iraq, Afghan, and Syrian conflicts combined have summed just $1.5 trillion”.

On a historical basis, the Pentagon has had a checkered past when it comes to accounting. In 2001, Donald Rumsfeld told the American people, the Pentagon could not account for $2.3 trillion or $8,000 per American citizen.

Last August, the Pentagon did it again and according to a shocking government report, somce $6.5 trillion in taxpayer funds were unaccounted for due to “accounting error.”

Considering the trillions in taxpayer funds spent to prop up the US defense industry, and the staggering amount of “accounting inconsistencies” inside the DOD, it is safe to conclude that America’s war machine will be very busy in the coming years, making shareholders of the military-industrial complex richer with every passing year.

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Cryptocurrency Isn’t “Just a Fad,” Says Head of Morgan Stanley

October 1, 2017 BitNewz.net 0

The Chief Executive Officer of one of the country’s largest banks told investors what he thought about cryptocurrencies this week, […]

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