|New on here| Sean's the name. I've been growing up on Grove Street surrounded by ballers. My mom was a crack addict and I witnessed my father being shot to death by the DEA. Nothing easy for me growing up. No education, living at my Nanny's but always out with the homies and never "home" to spend the night. We stay alive the way we can, hustlin' the streets is what we do best. Stick up if you wanna see the life of a Ballas. ♠♦
Nama : Wraith
Bentuk : Berwujud manusia yang menggunakan jubah hitam full dari atas sampai bawah. Serta ada juga versi lain yakni (jubahnya) itu terbuat dari asap2 hitam.
Kelas : Dark Human??? (Saya juga tidak bisa mengkategorikan yang satu ini. Manusia biasa tidak,jin tidak, iblia tidak, demon tidak.
Legenda : Eropa
Tempat Tinggal : ???
Kemampuan Khusus : Jika si pemilik wraith merasa marah oleh seseorang, sudah pasti yang membuat marah keepernya langsung auto (_____) tanpa disuruh.karena selain loyal banget, si wraith ini juga termasuk spirit kelas atas.
Title : "Grim Reaper"
Fakta Kemunculan : Cerita Rakyat,ilmu2 gaib,literatur, legenda dll.
Source : Google,Wikipedia.
Request : @yoga_aditiapratama
(Bagi yg mau request makhluk mitologi bisa komen apa yg mau dibahas 😄)
Recapping from @clean_culture #seasoncloser
Big thanks to everyone that made it out and for the support! Now to 2018 lets make big changes in the car community. We here at MFR want to make a journey of a life time and have you guys see it with us. To start off here is a factory matte black (not a wrap) RollsRoyce Wraith. This thing is bad ass and honestly worth every cent! A true Bosses car. 📸 @jfujinami
Chinese e-commerce and tech conglomerate Alibaba has quietly launched a cryptocurrency mining platform, according to an unconfirmed local media report.
According to Tencent News, Alibaba registered the platform, which is called “P2P Nodes,” on Oct. 10, 2017 with the relevant local authorities in Nanjing. “Alibaba has recently launched a virtual currency mining platform “P2P node”, from the terms of the service agreement terms platform, the main operating platform is Alibaba East China Ltd.. It is reported that the company on October 10, 2017 has been completed registration, registered in Nanjing,” the report reads, according to a very rough translation.
It is not clear from the report whether the platform has officially begun registering users.
The news was first brought to the attention of Western audiences by cnLedger, who said that, according to its translation of the report, sources say that Alibaba may eventually incorporate the mining operation into its e-commerce platform.
A separate Tencent report indicates that the operation will be a “third-party” platform, presumably meaning that it will function as a cloud mining service that allows users to rent hashpower from the company.
The report said that Alibaba is “very cautious” about the project and that while users can withdraw cash using Alipay, they are currently unable to directly withdraw the coins that they mine, according to the terms of service.
If the report is accurate, it represents an about-face for Alibaba, whose founder, Jack Ma, indicated last month that the company was not going to engage with cryptocurrency. “I don’t think we are ready for that,” he said, adding that the company would focus its efforts on fiat-based fintech innovations such as Alipay. “Bitcoin [is] not for me.”
Vitalik Buterin, the co-founder of Ethereum, has left China-based venture capital firm Fenbushi Capital according to TechCrunch, to focus on the development of Ethereum.
Focusing on Ethereum
Buterin announced that he has stepped down from his role as a general partner of Fenbushi Capital, which has been one of the most active investors in the blockchain and cryptocurrency sector. He noted that he will no longer serve as a full-time partner of the firm, but will remain as an advisor.
During an interview with TechCrunch, Buterin emphasized that although the cryptocurrency market has demonstrated an exponential increase in users and valuation, the practical usability of blockchains have regressed to the rising transaction fees and scalability issues.
To address the growing demand for Ethereum and the high expectations from the global Ethereum community, Buterin explained that he will solely focus on the development of the Ethereum blockchain network and solving scalability issues to provide a better ecosystem for decentralized applications. He stated: “I expect 2018, at least within the Ethereum space that I’m best able to speak about, will be the year of action. It will be the year where all of the ideas around scalability, Plasma, proof-of-stake, and privacy that we have painstakingly worked on and refined over the last four years are finally going to turn into real, live working code that you can play around in a highly mature form in some cases on testnets, and in some key cases even on the public mainnet.”
Today, on January 16, the cryptocurrency market experienced a major correction, for the third time in the past 10 days. The price of most cryptocurrencies including bitcoin, Ripple, Ethereum, and Bitcoin Cash declined by around 10 percent, while small cryptocurrencies recorded larger losses.
With the exception of NEO and Monero, all of the top 20 cryptocurrencies have fallen in value. Cryptocurrencies that have recorded a decline of over 10 percent include Ripple, Cardano, Bitcoin Cash, Stellar, EOS, Dash, Tron, Bitcoin Gold, and Ethereum Classic.
Small Cryptocurrencies Take a Big Hit
Cryptocurrencies with lower market caps, specifically cryptocurrencies outside of the top 10 global rankings, have recorded larger losses than established digital currencies like bitcoin and Ethereum. Even cryptocurrencies with trading volumes heavily concentrated in South Korea such as Qtum and EOS have declined in value, even though the South Korean cryptocurrency market recovered from the latest trading ban FUD.
The recent correction of the cryptocurrency market was not triggered by South Korea or China, as the market have already recovered from the FUD produced by the authorities in both regions. Rather, it is likely that the major correction was caused by the abrupt surge in the market valuation of most cryptocurrencies in the market within a short period of time, with minor corrections.
An analyst at Saxo Bank said that he believes the bitcoin price could reach $100,000 in 2018 due to increased interest from institutional investors.
Institutional Investors Could Bid Bitcoin Price Up to $100,000
Kay Van-Petersen made waves in Dec. 2016 when he predicted that the bitcoin price could reach as high as $2,000 in 2017, representing more than 100 percent of upside from its level at the time.
Bitcoin needed less than half the year to reach that mark. After ripping past $2,000 in May, the bitcoin price continued to surpass even the most bullish predictions, and it ultimately ended the year close to $14,000.
Now, the Saxo analyst is upping the ante. Van-Petersen told CNBC that he believes the bitcoin price could reach $50,000 to $100,000 before the end of 2018 — an increase of 300 percent to 700 percent from its value on Tuesday morning. “First off, you could argue we have had a proper correction in bitcoin, it has had a 50 percent pull back at one point, which is healthy. But we have still not seen the full effect of the futures contracts,” he said.
This rally, he said, will be fueled primarily by institutional investors, who have only recently begun to enter what has largely been a retail-driven market.
A variety of hedge funds and venture capital firms began investing in bitcoin last year, most notably Peter Thiel’s Founders Fund.