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Transcript: Cryptocurrency Cryptocurrency Intro Why is this cool? New world order The path to a new world order Unification of the whole of mankind is the hall-mark of the stage which human society is now approaching. Unity of family, of tribe, of city-state, and nation have been successively attempted and fully established. World unity is the goal towards which a harassed humanity is striving. Author: Shoghi Effendi Old world is collapsing Old world is collapsing These are momentous times. The institutions of the old world order are crumbling and in disarray. Materialism, greed, corruption and conflict are infecting the social order with a grave malaise from which it is helpless to extricate itself. With every passing day it becomes more and more evident that no time must be lost in applying the remedy prescribed by Bahá’u’lláh, and it is to this task that Bahá’ís everywhere must bend their energies and commit their resources. Author: Universal House of Justice Examples Examples What is happening? How to solve things? What is needed? School: Community college in The Netherlands Banks: Financial crisis, trust problems, rising debt Banking Banking To big to fail Fractional banking Transaction costs Centralized / Greed / Risk Crisis and...... Victory 07;04 - 10;06 Features of new world order Features Two fold change Two fold change Systems People What is the view? What is the view? "The unity of the human race, as envisaged by Bahá’u’lláh, implies the establishment of a world commonwealth in which all nations, races, creeds and classes are closely and permanently united, and in which the autonomy of its state members and the personal freedom and initiative of the individuals that compose them are definitely and completely safeguarded…" Shoghi Effendi Features Features a mechanism of world inter-communication. a world language, a world script, and a world literature. a uniform and universal system of currency, weights and measures. destitution on the one hand, and gross accumulation of ownership on the other, will disappear. national rivalries, hatreds, and intrigues will cease. will simplify and facilitate intercourse and understanding among the nations and races of mankind Cryptocurrency Cryptocurrency Solving Problems Solving Problems Instant transactions No fees Decentralized Secure Global neutral currency Trusted third party Possible deflation and decrease of debt Use cases Use cases Buy prayer books Transfer money and make micro payments Lend people money with smart contract Pay parking fees automatically (Gas, charge an electric car) Decentralised supply chain certification Prove your identity Let your household appliances pay for things Prove ownership of an asset Register music copyright Vote Register land rights Execute a legal contract Manage healthcare records Certify students + Verify your work history Tax records Conclusion Conclusion It's cool!

Crypto presentation

Transcript: What are we? Are we still early into cryptocurrencies? ABOUT Crypto Meetup Group Consulting for investors, startups, & business owners (anything crypto related) Why should you be paying attention to crypto? HISTORY The history in price Government adoption Hedge against inflation Trust in Blockchain technology Limited Supply What is a blockchain? Blockchain Distribution - All network participants have a copy of the ledger - All transactions are final - Time Stamped Secure - All records are encrypted and non-interceptable - Anonymous - Smart Contracts Overall growth in Crypto in the past 10 years Timeline 2009: Creation Total Crypto Market Bitcoin Crypto Market Cap Evolution and Comparison to Traditional Asset Classes 2013; $100 to $1,100 2017; $700 to $20,000 2021; $3,000 to $68,000 2013, Creation Ethereum 2018; $200 to $1,500 2021; $400 to $4,800 How to buy Crypto HOW TO BUY Exchanges - Coinbase - Gemini - Cashapp - Robinhood Decentralized Exchanges - Uniswap - Sushiswap - Traderjoe - PancakeSwap Advantages and Disadvantages Centralized Exchange: Coinbase, Gemini, FTX + cheaper + faster - must submit KYC - permissioned - only limited to coins listed - risk of exchange getting hacked Decentralized Exchange: Uniswap, Pancakeswap + swap directly from wallet + most if not all coins + permissionless + anonymous - expensive - slower Subfactors in Crypto Trading DeFi/Lending/LPing NFTs Yield Farming Seed/Private investments Memecoins Mining Node operating TRENDS Trading Daytrading 1 trade per day use leverage 3x, 5x, 10x tips like charting and stop losses. hype, high volume Subfactors in Crypto Arbitrage buying one asset on one exchange and selling it on another exchange High-Frequency Trading involves developing algorithm bots Long/Mid term trading 1-5 trades per month usually no leverage fundamental investments Dollar Cost Average Decentralized Finance; Lending/LPing financial instruments without relying on intermediaries such as brokerages, exchanges, or banks by using smart contracts on a blockchain Subfactors in Crypto Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) A virtual asset that represents real-world objects like art, music, in-game items and videos Subfactors in Crypto A virtual asset that represents real-world objects like art, music, in-game items and videos Yield Farming involves lending or staking your cryptocurrency coins or tokens to get rewards in the form of transaction fees or interest. This is somewhat similar to earning interest from a bank account; you are technically lending money to the bank For ex. Gemini Dollar (GUSD) 8.5% APY Subfactors in Crypto Seed/Private Investments Usually led by Venture Capitalists Earlier/Higher risk investments made before exchange listings Private Larger amount of money >100k Subfactors in Crypto Memecoins Super High Risk 100% hype driven Fun Gamble Subfactors in Crypto Mining GPU mining Usually built computers Hard to get GPUs Mines Ethereum usually ASIC mining Pre-built Hard to acquire Mines Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dash, Zcash Helium mining Wifi Mining Prebuilt Easy to install Hard to acquire Mines HNT Subfactors in Crypto Node/Staking Think of it as mining but digitally with no hardware Lending money out to blockchain for infrastructure improvement/expansion Subfactors in Crypto EVOLUTION TIPS EVOLUTION SECURITY EVOLUTION TAXES

Crypto Currency Presentation

Transcript: History History of Bitcoin Created by Satoshi Nakamoto in 2009 Result of the financial crisis Trust in banks were lost and people were in a place to adopt a new technology Built on a peer-to-peer consensus Algorithm Algorithm Peer to Peer consensus Foundation Public Ledger/ Transparency Foundation of Digital Assets Why were Crypto Currencies created? What exactly are Crypto Currencies? Difference between Fiat and Crypto Why Use Cryptocurrency? Why use Cryptocurrency? Fast Cheap Transactions are simple Free to hold Decentralized Central government can’t take it away Privacy and Security No barriers to transact Transparency Reduced fraud Major Cryptocurrencies Major Cryptocurrencies Bitcoin XRP Litecoin Dash Neo IOTA Omisego Coin Market Cap Coin Market Cap How to track Prices, Trends and the biggest gainers and losers of the hour, day, week, and even the year. Coinmarketcap.com Technology Technology (DLT) Distributed ledger technology (DLT) Distributed ledger technology is essentially a database that is shared amongst computers spread around the globe, creating a decentralized environment rather than a centralized one. Distributed ledger technology (DLT) When you go to Facebook and log in, the user authentication process is all done on Facebook’s, centralized database. Their database stores users’ names and usernames. Alternatively, if Facebook was decentralized, then the user authentication process would be completed by the distributed ledger shared amongst users around the globe. So, instead of username information being stored at Facebook’s headquarters, it is stored by everyone who is part of the shared, distributed ecosystem. The goal of DLT is to offer a trustless and safer alternative to centralized services. For Example Mining Mining With the coin's current production rate of 1,800 BTC per day until May 2020, and the projection this will halve every 210,000 blocks, it'll be the year 2140 by the time we get close to Bitcoin's 21 million coins limit. Mining Hardware Mining Hardware Mining Software Mining Software Blockchain Blockchain Wallets Wallets A cryptocurrency wallet is an app that allows cryptocurrency users to store and retrieve their digital assets When a user acquires cryptocurrency, such as bitcoins, she can store it in a cryptocurrency wallet and from there use it to make transactions. Wallets Cryptocurrencies are stored in wallet with digital credentials for your bitcoin holdings and allows you to access them. Wallet uses public-key cryptography, in which two keys, one public and one private are generated. Public key can be thought of as an account number or name and the private key, ownership credentials. Cryptocurrencies are transferred to the next owner when the next owner gives a public key and previous owner uses his private key to publish a record into system announcing that the ownership has changed to the new public key. Bitcoin First decentralized peer to peer payment network powered by its users (no central authority) Bitcoin Payments recorded in public ledger 21 million Bitcoins will be created or mined until 2140 (anti-inflation) Bitcoin doesn’t charge fees for either national or international transfers. Bitcoin is not the first private money, not the first digital currency, and not the first currency based on cryptography, but it has been the first to rely on peer to peer network decentralization to avoid double spending. Bitcoin protects against double spending by verifying each transaction added to the block chain to ensure that the inputs for the transaction had not previously already been spent. Foundation Banks are pro crypto Have Private Trading floors specifically for the crypto market United States has shown some hesitancy in adoption Tax Code and IRS Government Regulation and Taxation The Mainstream Crypto Currencies and the Mainstream Winklevoss Twins Zuckerburg Libra/Gemini FANG “Crypto Cities” Malacca, Malaysia Slovenia/Croatia AKoin Liber Stad Active investor How to be an active investor in this market… Our Discord chat Ecosystem Provide information daily news articles, market analysis, weekly trades for the week. 7.99 a month. News Articles pertaining to the whole crypto market. Curated for accuracy and relevance. Possible Trades that can be taken. Market Analysis for specific coins that are “hot” and buzzing, as well as new coins poised to disrupt the market. Government Regulation Engage with community, ask questions, encourage conversation and interaction within the ecosystem

Crypto presentation

Transcript: CryptoCurrency Crypto History Crypto History Brief History from 1983 to 2020 1980's 1983 David Chaum conceived electronic money called Ecash 1980's 1990's 1990's 1995 Chaum implements Ecash through Digicash Digicash is an early form of cryptographic electronic payments 1996 NSA How to Make a Mint: the Cryptography of Anonymous Electronic Cash is published 1998 Wei Dai published a description of "B-Money" shortley after Nick Szabo described "Bit Gold" 2000 to 2009 2009 Bitcoin created by "Satoshi Nakamoto" 2000 2010 to Present 2010's April 2011 Namecoin Creation October 2011 Litecoin released August 2014 United Kiingdom announced UK Treasury commissioned Crypto Study March 2018 Cryptocurrency added to Merriam-Webster Dictionary 2020 Crypto-Currency act of 2020 Clarification of Federal Agency in charge of regulation of Digital Assets Defined Digital Categories Crypto-Commodity (CFTC) Crypto-Security (SEC) Crypto-Currency (FinCEN) BlockChain Technology BlockChain Technology Multiple Global uses Multiple uses for Blockchain What is Blockchain What is Blockchain Blockchain Uses Uses for Blockchain Blockchain will change interpersonal interaction How Blockchain will change Human interactions How it Works The Nuts and Bolts Where can I use my tokens How can I use My Coins Coins will become a new form of currency that will be accepted at business outlets throughout the world. Uses Click for a map of where Digital coins are accepted https://coinmap.org/view/#/world/44.46907122/-92.86743164/8 Acceptance A security token offering How about Security Coins A security token offering (STO) / tokenized IPO is a type of public offering in which tokenized digital securities, known as security tokens, are sold in cryptocurrency exchanges, or security token exchanges. Tokens can be used to trade real financial assets such as equities and fixed income, and use a blockchain virtual ledger system to store and validate token transactions. Due to tokens being classified as securities, STOs are more susceptible to regulation and thus represent a more secure investment alternative than ICOs, which have been subject to numerous fraudulent schemes. Furthermore, since ICOs are not held in traditional exchanges, they can be a less expensive funding source for small and medium-sized companies when compared to an IPO. An STO on a regulated stock exchange (referred to as a tokenized IPO) has the potential to deliver significant efficiencies and cost savings, however. Security token offering, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Security_token_offering&oldid=991369731 (last visited Jan. 9, 2021) Trading Coins How TO Trade Coins Ten Blockchain Platforms 1. eToro 2. Coinbase 3. Robinhood 4. Gemini 5. BlockFi 6. Bitfinex.com 7. Hitbtc.com 8. Binance 9. Kraken.com 10. Coinmama.com Platforms What is a digital wallet Digital wallets are a digital version of your banking accounts which are easy to access through your computer, smartphone or smart device. This means that you don't have to carry around that bulky wallet. Some examples of digital wallets are ApplePay, Google Pay, Samsung Pay, Facebook Pay, Amazon Pay, Zelle, WeChat Pay, AliPay, PayPal and Venmo. Some even let you directly send money to retailers, relatives and friends by using your mobile device. Digital Wallets How-to Videos on Trading Introduction to Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies Simple Video on Security Transactions SEC Regulations The Details CryptoCurrency Act 2020 A proposed House of Representatives bill that was introduced in March 2020 and includes the following definitions: Crypto Commodity Crypto Commodity - CFTC In the description of a crypto-commodity, the definition is: Economic goods or services that: a) have full or substantial fungibility, b) the markets treat with no regard for who produced the goods or services, and c) rest on a blockchain or decentralized cryptographic ledger. Crypto Commodities are regulated through the Commodities and Future Trading Commission. Crypto Security Crypto Security - SEC Crypto-security means: All debt, equity, and derivative (a contract that gets its value from another source) instruments that rest on a blockchain or decentralized cryptographic ledger, with an exception. A synthetic derivative that is operated and registered with the Department of the Treasury as a money-services business and is operated in compliance with all Bank Secrecy Act and all other Federal anti-money laundering, anti-terrorism, and screening requirements of the Office of Foreign Assets Control and the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network. Regulation of the Crypto Security is by the Securities and Exchange Commission Crypto Currency Crypto Currency - FinCEN Crypto-currency is defined as: Representations of United States currency or synthetic derivatives resting on a blockchain or decentralized cryptographic ledger. The types of crypto-currencies that are included in this definition are: (1) representations or synthetic derivatives that are reserve-backed

Crypto

Transcript: CRYPTO WHAT IS IT? WHAT IS IT? most popular views THE MEANS OF PAYMENT? JUST PROPERTY/ASSETS? NEW TYPE OF SECURITIES? FINANCIAL PIRAMYDE? MOST POPULAR CURRENCIES TYPES OF IT BITCOIN (BTC) Current price - $ 8 240,82 Market Cap - $ 139 438 382 769 Volume (24h) - $ 7 468 580 000 BITCOIN DETAILS ETHEREUM (ETH) ETHEREUM DETAILS Current price - $ 609,21 Market Cap - $ 59 825 810 94 Volume (24h) - $ 2 074 470 000 RIPPLE (XRP) RIPPLE DETAILS Current price - $ 0,704947 Market Cap - $ 27 557 588 283 Volume (24h) - $ 943 999 000 HOW TO BUY IT? HOW TO BUY IT? Step-by-step instruction CREATING A WALLET FULL VS ONLINE WALLET FULL FULL + most secure + offline - weight over 166 GB - downloading time - weeks - lost if physically accessed - only for 1 currency https://bitcoin.org/ru/download ONLINE ONLINE - less secure + multi-currency - online access only + downloaded in minutes https://blockchain.info/ru/wallet/#/ PURCHASING BTC PURCHASING BTC Choosing the currency pair Choosing the currency exchange Performing transaction FIRST DEAL FIRST DEAL YOU'VE GOT BTC ON YOUR WALLET AND YOU CAN BUY ANOTHER CRYPTO Price Market cap Total supply Trends Events Project essence Price Market cap Total supply Trends Events Project essence WHAT'S NEXT? WHAT'S NEXT? January February March KEEP IT KEEP IT Consider it as a long-term investment Don't check the rate every day Set an alert for a double rate Don't fix losses Forget about it for a year TRADE IT TRADE IT Always keep your investment portfolio diversificated Look for new opportunities Keep the basic ancor Get all the information you can Trade only the sum you ready to lose

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