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Posted by Ospin Estilista Oscar Contreras on Thursday, August 30, 2018
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Gemini is excited to announce that Bitcoin (USD) Futures Contracts will begin trading on the Cboe Futures Exchange, LLC (CFE) starting at 6:00 p.m. EST on Sunday December 10th, 2017 under the ticker symbol “XBT” (contract specifications | fact sheet). Monday, December 11th, will be the first full day of trading, and there will be no trading fees for XBT futures in the month of December.
XBT futures are cash-settled contracts based on Gemini’s auction price for bitcoin, denominated in U.S. dollars. XBT futures are specifically designed to allow participants to implement straightforward trading strategies, through settlement to a single, tradeable auction price.
XBT futures will cash-settle on the third Wednesday of the month
Final settlement value (XBTS) will reflect the Gemini 4:00 p.m. ET daily bitcoin auction price
XBT futures will enable investors to take a directional view on the price of bitcoin (both long and short), gain exposure to bitcoin prices, or hedge their existing bitcoin positions
XBT futures will bring benefits to traders, including transparency, efficient price discovery, deep liquidity and centralized clearing
CFE is regulated by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC)
Gemini is a New York trust company regulated by the New York Department of Financial Services (NYSDFS)
Gemini and CFE have cross-market surveillance and information-sharing agreements in place
Visit our website to learn more about Gemini auctions, accessing our APIs and consuming Gemini market data, and our institutional offering as well as cross-connects to our matching engine. Visit Cboe’s website to learn more about XBT futures.
Mastercard may be looking to integrate blockchain into its payments infrastructure.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) published a new application from the financial giant this week that outlines a solution for a “uniform settlement system” – one that would help ease some of the friction involved with business-to-business payments. Specific issues cited in the application include growing data storage demands and the overall volume of transactions.
Notably, Mastercard suggests in the text that such a system could include a blockchain-based ledger of transactions.
As the application explains:
“In some embodiments, the ledger may be a blockchain configured to store the associated data. … In the system, the data values may include the purchase orders, invoices, transaction data, and other data stored in the ledger as discussed herein.”
Mastercard clarified that the blockchain would be able to automatically note all changes made to the ledger, creating a verifiable and immutable record of all data. As a result, malicious users would be unable to modify transactions in the system.
The entry represents the latest intellectual property play by Mastercard that invokes blockchain, in a series of applications that goes back to 2014. Most recently, in August, the USPTO published an application related to cryptocurrency-based refunds.
The Steemit @Blacklist uses a range of metrics to determine who’s a repeat offender of plagiarism, hate speech, bullying, ongoing power-abuse and so on. The Blacklist is computer-generated and is updated irregularly to make sure bad behaving accounts get a quick flag so that other upvote-bots can avoid upvoting the blacklisted accounts and simply skip to the next post. The @blacklist-project is a much wider and further stretching authority than any of the singular up or downvoting guilds currently running on steemit, it is also complimentary to current projects in the same genre which are to keep the steem-blockchain unattractive for scammers, spammers and miserable trolls who are caught bullying or go after steemians in a power-abusive behaviour and so forth and so on.
The @blacklist account is a very serious project who aim to grow over the years with supporting bots and guilds respecting the black flag as the black flag is computer-generated by a popular opinion from a wide range of always active members of the community.
There are one way to get off the blacklist once you are on it, and that is to change your behavior from evil to good over your next 40 posts. Once you have reached that number you must send 40 STEEM to the @blacklist account with “REVIEW” in the memo. Someone from our staff will then manually look at your blog within the next 24-48 hours and remove you from the list if your account now qualifies for it.
The Blacklist contains between 200-500 accounts at any given time. The list grows or shrinks depending on user behavior (1) and user-reaction (2).
The above pastebin script comes from the group of Steemit blockchain users calling themselves “blacklist-a” And as you can see at the lower end of the script their is an extortion payment you must make to be removed from said blacklist. This is even worse than a damn Facebook or twitter ban. At least with a ban of those two platforms you can usually find another platform to voice your opinion without any “financial” damage.
I never thought I would see this but yes it’s there and it’s real because I saw these assholes downvote an innocent video that I posted from my own computer. And with those downvotes and dislikes, there was no money for curation rewards on my post. Along with the blacklist asshole group you are also kicked in the teeth by a bot called “cheetah” and another called “steemcleaners”. The issues with these other two are they attatch themselves to your posts as comments and they upvote your posts with very little to no “Steem Power”. This will keep your post from really generating a good value of curation rewards.
If you’re interested in joining the steemit blockchain, I suggest doing a Google Search and watch some of the videos and get a much clearer understanding of what you’re jumping into.