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  • Notes on SoMee Update:

    About quality content and engagement:

    "Factors such as the quality of content, user engagement metrics, and overall contribution to the platform’s ecosystem are considered when calculating rewards."

    About the Power Decay process:

    "If users remain inactive for a certain period, their power starts to decay gradually. The decay rate is 10% for every seven days of inactivity."


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    Notes on SoMee Update: About quality content and engagement: "Factors such as the quality of content, user engagement metrics, and overall contribution to the platform’s ecosystem are considered when calculating rewards." About the Power Decay process: "If users remain inactive for a certain period, their power starts to decay gradually. The decay rate is 10% for every seven days of inactivity." https://someeofficial.medium.com/somee-update-8-13-23-4b8ba0d8ff42 #someeofficial
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    SoMee Update 8–13–23
    Hello and welcome to the first Ai driven update from SoMee! We have decided to leverage this wonderful world of Ai technology for our SoMee…
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  • https://3speak.tv/watch?v=rzc24-nftbbg/loxjkpvm


    Of course the title needs qualification. The days of cryptocurrencies are over as far as their status as non-securities are concerned. That's the message of Itai Avneri, the Chief Operating Officer of INX.
    Is he correct? Why is he re-echoing the message of Gary Gensler? What is his intention?
    As Hivers and Lions, how do you see this kind of message? What is your response to this kind of doomsday scenario?
    If you want to check the article that I discussed here, kindly click this link
    Grace and peace!
    https://3speak.tv/watch?v=rzc24-nftbbg/loxjkpvm Of course the title needs qualification. The days of cryptocurrencies are over as far as their status as non-securities are concerned. That's the message of Itai Avneri, the Chief Operating Officer of INX. Is he correct? Why is he re-echoing the message of Gary Gensler? What is his intention? As Hivers and Lions, how do you see this kind of message? What is your response to this kind of doomsday scenario? If you want to check the article that I discussed here, kindly click this link Grace and peace!
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  • https://3speak.tv/watch?v=rzc24-nftbbg/bmqtgvwz


    In this video, I just want to share my story how did I end with blockchain and cryptocurrency community called Hive.
    This is a test video. Pardon me for the imperfection. I think if I will keep waiting until the right time, nothing will happen. So better to start with what I have.
    Grace and peace! 3Speak
    https://3speak.tv/watch?v=rzc24-nftbbg/bmqtgvwz In this video, I just want to share my story how did I end with blockchain and cryptocurrency community called Hive. This is a test video. Pardon me for the imperfection. I think if I will keep waiting until the right time, nothing will happen. So better to start with what I have. Grace and peace! 3Speak
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  • https://3speak.tv/watch?v=rzc24-nftbbg/lzhkednt

    Does the entry of BlackRock in cryptocurrency signal the return of the Bull Market?

    Since 2015, I have been hearing a lot of good things about BlackRock when I started trading in the Philippines Stock market. However, my knowledge is just superficial. All I know is that BlackRock is a big name in the investment world. Beyond that information, I know nothing about the details and the nature of the investment of this giant financial firm.

    Now, with this recent press release from cryptoglobe.com about BlackRock entering into the crypto space, this made me curious to dig a little deeper into the involvement of this financial titan.

    In Wikipedia, BlackRock is described as “the largest asset management company in the world.” In terms of age, it is still very young. It was established in 1988 and so that would make the firm just 35 years old.

    What I find impressive in this company is its client base which includes huge companies, the big names in the institutional and individual investing world, as well as sovereign governments.
    Now, with the involvement of governments in BlackRock, this made me reflect on the recent interference of governments in the crypto space.

    One, if governments are included among their clients, I am now wondering about the future of regulation and legal issues that Centralized Exchanges (CEXes) are facing today such as Coinbase and Binance. Especially, in relation to the US government. Perhaps, unlike other governments, BlackRock doesn’t manage any fund related to the US government because if they have, then how you would reconcile BlackRock’s move with the US government fund being managed by BlackRock? If the US government has any funds entrusted to BlackRock, how can the SEC for instance sustain their goal of destroying the space?

    Or if the US government has an investment managed by BlackRock, perhaps, these assets are in safer financial instruments and not necessarily in the field of cryptocurrency.

    And then another thought, perhaps the hostility of the US government against cryptocurrency is motivated by those who either don’t understand that character of the space or if they do understand, they don’t like the idea of transferring financial sovereignty back to the people. They want to be in control.

    Nevertheless, as far as Japan, Kuwait, and Abu Dhabi are concerned, whether the governments of these nations are crypto-friendly or not, one thing is clear: these governments trust BlackRock with their sovereign wealth funds and that’s why we see BlackRock managing the Government Pension Investment Fund (GPIF) of Japan, the Kuwait Investment Authority (KIA), and the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA).

    Pension funds like "the California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS), New York City Pension Funds, and Teacher Retirement System of Texas" are just a few notable organizations that put their trust in BlackRock. Along with big businesses like General Electric (GE), IBM, and Microsoft, insurance firms have entrusted BlackRock with managing their assets.

    Its clients include central banks as well, which surprises me. Examples include the Bank of England, the European Central Bank, and the Bank of Japan.

    Last but not least, BlackRock is responsible for managing universities like Stanford University and Harvard University as well as charitable organizations like the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
    We could therefore conclude from BlackRock's client list that it is truly a massive, mammoth in the investing industry.

    Now, returning to our question: “Does the entry of BlackRock in cryptocurrency signal the return of the Bull Market?” What did BlackRock do by the way that would cause us to consider such a question?

    We are told that BlackRock moves into the cryptocurrency space by filing for a spot Bitcoin ETF and it is considered the major catalyst for the recent rally in the price of Bitcoin. And then the wider cryptocurrency market followed in such a price rally. Even meme coins like PEPE have experienced significant gain as well as other names such as ETH, BNB, and XRP.

    Inspired by the action of BlackRock, we are also told that 96% of professional investors are considering making cryptocurrency investments. This is according to the survey conducted by Laser Digital. And so, these financial companies are now following BlackRock in this Bitcoin ETF thing.

    What’s your take on this?

    As for me, this confirms that we are really living in a clown world. Anticipate for more entertainment in the coming days.

    Grace and peace!

    What is Hive?

    What is LeoFinance? 3Speak
    https://3speak.tv/watch?v=rzc24-nftbbg/lzhkednt Does the entry of BlackRock in cryptocurrency signal the return of the Bull Market? Since 2015, I have been hearing a lot of good things about BlackRock when I started trading in the Philippines Stock market. However, my knowledge is just superficial. All I know is that BlackRock is a big name in the investment world. Beyond that information, I know nothing about the details and the nature of the investment of this giant financial firm. Now, with this recent press release from cryptoglobe.com about BlackRock entering into the crypto space, this made me curious to dig a little deeper into the involvement of this financial titan. In Wikipedia, BlackRock is described as “the largest asset management company in the world.” In terms of age, it is still very young. It was established in 1988 and so that would make the firm just 35 years old. What I find impressive in this company is its client base which includes huge companies, the big names in the institutional and individual investing world, as well as sovereign governments. Now, with the involvement of governments in BlackRock, this made me reflect on the recent interference of governments in the crypto space. One, if governments are included among their clients, I am now wondering about the future of regulation and legal issues that Centralized Exchanges (CEXes) are facing today such as Coinbase and Binance. Especially, in relation to the US government. Perhaps, unlike other governments, BlackRock doesn’t manage any fund related to the US government because if they have, then how you would reconcile BlackRock’s move with the US government fund being managed by BlackRock? If the US government has any funds entrusted to BlackRock, how can the SEC for instance sustain their goal of destroying the space? Or if the US government has an investment managed by BlackRock, perhaps, these assets are in safer financial instruments and not necessarily in the field of cryptocurrency. And then another thought, perhaps the hostility of the US government against cryptocurrency is motivated by those who either don’t understand that character of the space or if they do understand, they don’t like the idea of transferring financial sovereignty back to the people. They want to be in control. Nevertheless, as far as Japan, Kuwait, and Abu Dhabi are concerned, whether the governments of these nations are crypto-friendly or not, one thing is clear: these governments trust BlackRock with their sovereign wealth funds and that’s why we see BlackRock managing the Government Pension Investment Fund (GPIF) of Japan, the Kuwait Investment Authority (KIA), and the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA). Pension funds like "the California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS), New York City Pension Funds, and Teacher Retirement System of Texas" are just a few notable organizations that put their trust in BlackRock. Along with big businesses like General Electric (GE), IBM, and Microsoft, insurance firms have entrusted BlackRock with managing their assets. Its clients include central banks as well, which surprises me. Examples include the Bank of England, the European Central Bank, and the Bank of Japan. Last but not least, BlackRock is responsible for managing universities like Stanford University and Harvard University as well as charitable organizations like the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. We could therefore conclude from BlackRock's client list that it is truly a massive, mammoth in the investing industry. Now, returning to our question: “Does the entry of BlackRock in cryptocurrency signal the return of the Bull Market?” What did BlackRock do by the way that would cause us to consider such a question? We are told that BlackRock moves into the cryptocurrency space by filing for a spot Bitcoin ETF and it is considered the major catalyst for the recent rally in the price of Bitcoin. And then the wider cryptocurrency market followed in such a price rally. Even meme coins like PEPE have experienced significant gain as well as other names such as ETH, BNB, and XRP. Inspired by the action of BlackRock, we are also told that 96% of professional investors are considering making cryptocurrency investments. This is according to the survey conducted by Laser Digital. And so, these financial companies are now following BlackRock in this Bitcoin ETF thing. What’s your take on this? As for me, this confirms that we are really living in a clown world. Anticipate for more entertainment in the coming days. Grace and peace! What is Hive? What is LeoFinance? 3Speak
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  • https://3speak.tv/watch?v=rzc24-nftbbg/zzxhwnoz

    In this video, I shared about the power of financial literacy. Knowing its power is our way to prepare ourselves against any financial disaster that will come our way whether personal or global such as what happened in the 1930s and in the 2008 Meltdown. 3Speak
    https://3speak.tv/watch?v=rzc24-nftbbg/zzxhwnoz In this video, I shared about the power of financial literacy. Knowing its power is our way to prepare ourselves against any financial disaster that will come our way whether personal or global such as what happened in the 1930s and in the 2008 Meltdown. 3Speak
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  • https://3speak.tv/watch?v=rzc24-nftbbg/jpuaxcno

    Leverage is the second most important word in the world of business. Other words I know to describe the same idea are credit, liability, financial obligation, and borrowed money. They might not be technically accurate but I guess this is how common people understand the term.

    In this video, I just want to share three important forms of leverage that people who want to retire young must learn to use. These are your mind, your plan, and your actions.
    Grace and peace! 3Speak
    https://3speak.tv/watch?v=rzc24-nftbbg/jpuaxcno Leverage is the second most important word in the world of business. Other words I know to describe the same idea are credit, liability, financial obligation, and borrowed money. They might not be technically accurate but I guess this is how common people understand the term. In this video, I just want to share three important forms of leverage that people who want to retire young must learn to use. These are your mind, your plan, and your actions. Grace and peace! 3Speak
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  • [Watch on 3Speak](https://3speak.tv/watch?v=rzc24-nftbbg/wuhezfyu)

    In this video, I talked about Hive and the Cashflow Quadrant. I observe that there are some qualities in the B and I quadrants that you can find in Hive. If we see it this way, joining the Hive blockchain can be your first step in transferring from the E and S quadrants to the B and I.

    I assume that many Hivers and Lions are now aware of the idea of Hive as a business. I think such a conviction is not wrong after all. Based on Robert Kiyosaki’s insights, we will find at least four things in the B and I quadrants that you can also find in Hive. And what are those? 3Speak
    [Watch on 3Speak](https://3speak.tv/watch?v=rzc24-nftbbg/wuhezfyu) In this video, I talked about Hive and the Cashflow Quadrant. I observe that there are some qualities in the B and I quadrants that you can find in Hive. If we see it this way, joining the Hive blockchain can be your first step in transferring from the E and S quadrants to the B and I. I assume that many Hivers and Lions are now aware of the idea of Hive as a business. I think such a conviction is not wrong after all. Based on Robert Kiyosaki’s insights, we will find at least four things in the B and I quadrants that you can also find in Hive. And what are those? 3Speak
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