Good day everyone! Here’s another update for the whirlwind week we had at Parachute and Parachute/ParJar partners. IRL work keeps me from churning these out on time. Working on catching up quickly to try to post future weekly updates faster:submitted by abhijoysarkar to ParachuteToken [link] [comments]
A cool new community started to interact with ParJar this week. HYDRO was added to ParJar and ParJar added to the Hydro group. Fantom did a shoutout and CoinPedia also tweeted about ParJar. Thank you guys! Which makes me think, if this shoutout of the shoutout to our original shoutout is shoutouted by Fantom again, would it be a shoutoutception? Hmm. Also, we had our quirkiest game in ParJar yet. Parachuters had to use this site to find the most bizarre item. Best ones would win some cool PAR. Haha! The top picks were from Patri cko, Cryptovan and Clinton.
New Wonders of the World circa 2019
There’s a new email signup link for folks new to Parachute. If you’re not receiving Cap’s emails, you can sign up there. Close to USD 600 has already been raised for the Charity Parena. Woot! To get in, make a small donation (min USD 5 or crypto equivalent directly and let Jason know or tip Clinton through ParJar) and get a chance to win a 1-of-a-kind shirt from the Parachute Shop! Plus, kiddie gear is now available in the Parachute Shop. All profits from the shop go to charity. Games Master Jason turned 34 this week. Belated Happy Birthday to ya Florida Man! We had uber fun with an accidental Cap discovery this week. Add your favorite number at the end of the following link to jump to any chat in the group. For example the following link takes you to the first ever message in Parachute. Awesome!
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The 2gether card was launched on 27th March for use across the Eurozone. The presale event is now listed on ICObench. Make sure to check out the BCT ANN. Admins on their TG are rewarding members with 2GB who make thoughtful posts there. 2gether has an opening for a Java Software Engineer. Have a look at their job listing and apply if you have what it takes! Spanish speakers are in for a treat this week: Cointelegraph discussed about the company in a write-up, founder Salvador’s article on the zero marginal cost concept was featured in a UNIR publication and CEO Ramon’s interview during a Madrid Stock Exchange visit also came out. The 2GT token will be issued as a Virtual Financial Asset (VFA) in Malta. Read more about it here.
2gether is the only one with a regulated token
Still figuring out how to deploy your trading algo to your Binance account? Here’s a detailed look on how to set up your API keys and deploying a strategy to live markets on Binance using the Cryzen Code Studio. Also, belated birthday wishes to Shuvro. Hope you had a great one! Folks who haven’t subscribed to the Cryzen YouTube yet, subscribe now. They now have a custom handle. Community member Jonny did a little Cryzen shoutout towards the end of his detailed Crypto Asset Prediction Series. This week’s Saturday Rock Wars at PurpleCoin was for the best guitarist of all time. Jimi Hendrix won the public vote by a whopping margin. BOMB token is looking for ambassadors who can bring “liquidity, awareness, and education to the project”. Learn more about it here. Checked out Wysker Series yet? These are listicles of bundled relevant content aimed at user growth. Design geeks will find it fascinating. Plus, the app will see a new feature soon called Continuous Wyskering. Jonathan says: “After finishing one story, users will no longer have to go back to the home screen to discover new stories. Instead, the next story in line can be accessed with a simple swipe.” Neat! And finally, Birdchain has partnered with Blocklads to bring educational content to the app's learn tab. Look out for new content in that section!
Shuvro’s ETC bot showing decent gainz
Gigs are now live on MatchBX. Freelancers can create listings for their services directly and job posters can directly hire freelancers from there. Win win! If you’re not sure of what MatchBX is, read up on it here. Plus, the weekly AXPR burn went on as scheduled. Bounty0x crossed 500k+ monthly page views this week with a ~30% return visitor rate. If you’ve participated in a Cures Token bounty on Bounty0x, this article is super relevant. Also, KABN partnered with Bounty0x this week for running promotional bounties for their token offering. The ETHOS token is now listed on the ChangeNOW exchange. Much has been said about the Voyager-ETHOS deal so far. Shingo explains in this article why the partnership will be “setting new standards of transparency”. District0x’s weekly update covers a range of topics including Brady’s interview with A Garden of Crypto on all things District0x.
Altcoin Buzz featured Opacity this week and talked about their current development roadmap which includes the 1.0 site launch (which was also this week). Check out opacity.io for a look and feel of what’s in store for May. Badcredit wrote about Horizon State with a detailed piece. The Minister’s Recreational Fishing Advisory Council was announced this week as well. “The voting process has been transparent and historic - for the first time in South Australian Government history, Blockchain technology was used for the voting process." Big up to Horizon State for becoming a part of history! And finally, they closed off the week with a bang by getting listed on CoinExchange.io. John McAfee talks about Switch around the 11 minute mark in this interview with Satoshi Sean. Blockport was the centrepiece of this Coinvision article that explains the ins and outs of both the exchange as well as the BPT/BPS tokens. The Blockport STO is set for April 15th with more details in this post. If you’re interested and live in the EU or the US, the whitelist procedure is explained here. And finally, onto some Fantom news. Coinspeaker elaborates what the myriad partnerships mean for Fantom in this article. Like last week, Fantom capped off this week too with another exchange listing – ChainX. Boom!
Thank you for taking the time. See you soon with another weekly update. Cheerio!
Reports that PayPal might be about to offer bitcoin services to its customers has helped lift the price of the leading digital currency. Every few years, an illicit used-case is weaponized to malign the cryptocurrency industry. In its hay-days it was the Silk Road marketplace where one could purchase guns, drugs and other illegal items, as Bitcoin became a key financial asset, its anonymity was attacked as being a tool for money-laundering, and now with a global network being used to tackle violent non-state actors, the focus ... Cash, cash equivalents, and short-term money market funds constitute at most 20% of the Reserve. These assets would range from cash to overnight sweeps into money market funds that invest in short-term (up to one year’s remaining maturity) government securities with similar risk and liquidity profiles as short-term government debt securities. With Bitcoin mining imposing quite high electricity and equipment costs, the only people who can become Bitcoin whales today are likely to have already reached that title in the world of fiat currencies. Other than them, the early Bitcoin investors and miners make up the bulk of the Bitcoin whales population. A more precise division of the species is available in the paragraph below. Bitcoin Shop-Verzeichnis CH Swiss Bitcoin Ecommerce But they have rules and veilige online bitcoin wallet guidelines on how to value transactions made in foreign online händler bitcoin currency or "cash equivalents". Bitcoin kaufen Sie können auch am Bitcoin Boom partizipieren, indem Sie ein CFD Konto z.B. Nicht nur ist Einkaufen mit Bitcoin ... This covers popular payment channels such as Visa and Mastercard, as well as unconventional methods such as Bitcoin and GiroPay. Most funding methods carry a deposit fee of 2.5%, which is quite expensive. If you want to withdraw your money out of Neteller, you’ll pay a $10 fee if opting for a bank transfer. Although using your Neteller balance to buy goods online is free, money transfers ... By early 2021, PayPal’s 26 million merchants will be able to accept payment in bitcoin, ethereum, Litecoin, and Bitcoin Cash. These merchants aren’t just large firms like eBay, but millions of small businesses processing transactions over the internet. In many ways, you could imagine they might be the most likely audience to embrace crypto. Duly, all three companies, along with EBay, announced on Friday that they were dropping out of the project. The only payments company still backing the project is Dutch fintech firm PayU, while few high-profile backers remain. Marcus took to Twitter over the weekend to assure that Facebook remained undeterred in its quest to launch Libra despite dwindling support. In Brief: PayPal has an implausible structure that helps the continuation of free cash flow and also has accustomed assets with a fairly large number of net cash. It is argued the current cryptocurrencies, especially Bitcoin, present benefits and opportunities rather than danger to the already established digital payment entities such as PayPal. Start accepting bitcoin today. Or spend & store bitcoin with the BitPay Card and Wallet.
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