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¡Día de los Muertos en México! Binance activó concurso con 500 dólares a repartir entre 100 usuarios que compren criptomonedas

¡Día de los Muertos en México! Binance activó concurso con 500 dólares a repartir entre 100 usuarios que compren criptomonedas


Para conmemorar el Día de los Muertos en México, Binance P2P, la plataforma de comercio entre pares, activó un concurso para premiar con 5 BUSD a quien realice su primera compra de criptomonedas, equivalente o superior a 1.060 pesos mexicanos.
En total son 500 dólares a repartir entre 100 usuarios mexicanos que realicen la compra de criptomonedas en esta plataforma.
La actividad comenzó el pasado 26 de octubre y el chance de participar es hasta el 2 de noviembre a las 12:00 pm (hora México).
Para comenzar a comprar, vender y comerciar con criptomonedas en Binance debes tener una cuenta activa, verificada y debidamente registrada.
Abre tu cuenta aquí
Requisitos para participar en el concurso
  • Regístrate en Binance (si ya eres usuario, salta este paso).
  • Realiza tu primera compra de criptomoneda en el P2P por un valor igual o superior a 1060 pesos mexicanos (el equivalente a 50 dólares).
  • Síguenos en las redes sociales y haz un comentario con el hashtag #CalaveritasBinanceP2P (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram y Telegram).
Reglas del juego
  • Esta promoción es válida solo para aquellos usuarios que realicen su primera compra en la plataforma P2P.
  • El equivalente a 500 dólares en BUSD será distribuido al azar entre 100 usuarios de México que hayan realizado una compra equivalente o superior a 1.060 pesos mexicanos durante el período de la promoción.
  • Esta promoción es exclusivamente para usuarios mexicanos.
  • Esta promoción solo se aplica a las transacciones a través de Binance P2P en la versión web o app.
  • Antes de comerciar en Binance P2P, los usuarios deben completar la verificación de identidad y añadir los métodos de pago para las transacciones P2P.
  • Los premios en BUSD serán acreditados en la billetera Spot en los 15 días hábiles posteriores a la finalización de la promoción.
  • Binance se reserva la posibilidad de descalificar a cualquier participante que muestre signos de comportamiento fraudulento.
  • Binance se reserva el derecho de cancelar o modificar la promoción o las reglas de la misma a su entera discreción.
En Binance P2P también puedes comprar y vender bitcoins con tu moneda local
Binance cuenta con más de 60 nuevos métodos de pago y 40 monedas fiat para comprar o vender criptomonedas: bitcoins, ethereum, ripple, litecoin y bitcoin cash, binance USD, binance coin, entre otras.
A través de la exchange se pueden comprar y vender bitcoins y otras criptomonedas con la moneda local de Venezuela, Argentina, Bolivia, Brasil, Uruguay, Colombia, Chile, Perú, México y Paraguay.
Para comenzar a comprar, vender y comerciar con criptomonedas en Binance debes tener una cuenta activa, verificada y debidamente registrada.
Abre tu cuenta en Binance aquí
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¡Día de los Muertos en México! Binance activó concurso con 500 dólares a repartir entre 100 usuarios que compren criptomonedas

¡Día de los Muertos en México! Binance activó concurso con 500 dólares a repartir entre 100 usuarios que compren criptomonedas


Para conmemorar el Día de los Muertos en México, Binance P2P, la plataforma de comercio entre pares, activó un concurso para premiar con 5 BUSD a quien realice su primera compra de criptomonedas, equivalente o superior a 1.060 pesos mexicanos.
En total son 500 dólares a repartir entre 100 usuarios mexicanos que realicen la compra de criptomonedas en esta plataforma.
La actividad comenzó el pasado 26 de octubre y el chance de participar es hasta el 2 de noviembre a las 12:00 pm (hora México).
Para comenzar a comprar, vender y comerciar con criptomonedas en Binance debes tener una cuenta activa, verificada y debidamente registrada.
Abre tu cuenta aquí

Requisitos para participar en el concurso

  • Regístrate en Binance (si ya eres usuario, salta este paso).
  • Realiza tu primera compra de criptomoneda en el P2P por un valor igual o superior a 1060 pesos mexicanos (el equivalente a 50 dólares).
  • Síguenos en las redes sociales y haz un comentario con el hashtag #CalaveritasBinanceP2P (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram y Telegram).

Reglas del juego

  • Esta promoción es válida solo para aquellos usuarios que realicen su primera compra en la plataforma P2P.
  • El equivalente a 500 dólares en BUSD será distribuido al azar entre 100 usuarios de México que hayan realizado una compra equivalente o superior a 1.060 pesos mexicanos durante el período de la promoción.
  • Esta promoción es exclusivamente para usuarios mexicanos.
  • Esta promoción solo se aplica a las transacciones a través de Binance P2P en la versión web o app.
  • Antes de comerciar en Binance P2P, los usuarios deben completar la verificación de identidad y añadir los métodos de pago para las transacciones P2P.
  • Los premios en BUSD serán acreditados en la billetera Spot en los 15 días hábiles posteriores a la finalización de la promoción.
  • Binance se reserva la posibilidad de descalificar a cualquier participante que muestre signos de comportamiento fraudulento.
  • Binance se reserva el derecho de cancelar o modificar la promoción o las reglas de la misma a su entera discreción.

En Binance P2P también puedes comprar y vender bitcoins con tu moneda local

Binance cuenta con más de 60 nuevos métodos de pago y 40 monedas fiat para comprar o vender criptomonedas: bitcoins, ethereum, ripple, litecoin y bitcoin cash, binance USD, binance coin, entre otras.
A través de la exchange se pueden comprar y vender bitcoins y otras criptomonedas con la moneda local de Venezuela, Argentina, Bolivia, Brasil, Uruguay, Colombia, Chile, Perú, México y Paraguay.
Para comenzar a comprar, vender y comerciar con criptomonedas en Binance debes tener una cuenta activa, verificada y debidamente registrada.
Abre tu cuenta en Binance aquí
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¡Día de los Muertos en México! Binance activó concurso con 500 dólares a repartir entre 100 usuarios que compren criptomonedas

¡Día de los Muertos en México! Binance activó concurso con 500 dólares a repartir entre 100 usuarios que compren criptomonedas


Para conmemorar el Día de los Muertos en México, Binance P2P, la plataforma de comercio entre pares, activó un concurso para premiar con 5 BUSD a quien realice su primera compra de criptomonedas, equivalente o superior a 1.060 pesos mexicanos.
En total son 500 dólares a repartir entre 100 usuarios mexicanos que realicen la compra de criptomonedas en esta plataforma.
La actividad comenzó el pasado 26 de octubre y el chance de participar es hasta el 2 de noviembre a las 12:00 pm (hora México).
Para comenzar a comprar, vender y comerciar con criptomonedas en Binance debes tener una cuenta activa, verificada y debidamente registrada.
Abre tu cuenta aquí
Requisitos para participar en el concurso
  • Regístrate en Binance (si ya eres usuario, salta este paso).
  • Realiza tu primera compra de criptomoneda en el P2P por un valor igual o superior a 1060 pesos mexicanos (el equivalente a 50 dólares).
  • Síguenos en las redes sociales y haz un comentario con el hashtag #CalaveritasBinanceP2P (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram y Telegram).
Reglas del juego
  • Esta promoción es válida solo para aquellos usuarios que realicen su primera compra en la plataforma P2P.
  • El equivalente a 500 dólares en BUSD será distribuido al azar entre 100 usuarios de México que hayan realizado una compra equivalente o superior a 1.060 pesos mexicanos durante el período de la promoción.
  • Esta promoción es exclusivamente para usuarios mexicanos.
  • Esta promoción solo se aplica a las transacciones a través de Binance P2P en la versión web o app.
  • Antes de comerciar en Binance P2P, los usuarios deben completar la verificación de identidad y añadir los métodos de pago para las transacciones P2P.
  • Los premios en BUSD serán acreditados en la billetera Spot en los 15 días hábiles posteriores a la finalización de la promoción.
  • Binance se reserva la posibilidad de descalificar a cualquier participante que muestre signos de comportamiento fraudulento.
  • Binance se reserva el derecho de cancelar o modificar la promoción o las reglas de la misma a su entera discreción.
En Binance P2P también puedes comprar y vender bitcoins con tu moneda local
Binance cuenta con más de 60 nuevos métodos de pago y 40 monedas fiat para comprar o vender criptomonedas: bitcoins, ethereum, ripple, litecoin y bitcoin cash, binance USD, binance coin, entre otras.
A través de la exchange se pueden comprar y vender bitcoins y otras criptomonedas con la moneda local de Venezuela, Argentina, Bolivia, Brasil, Uruguay, Colombia, Chile, Perú, México y Paraguay.
Para comenzar a comprar, vender y comerciar con criptomonedas en Binance debes tener una cuenta activa, verificada y debidamente registrada.
Abre tu cuenta en Binance aquí
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Falsos pastores religiosos robaron más de 27 millones de dólares en criptomonedas en EE.UU.

Falsos pastores religiosos robaron más de 27 millones de dólares en criptomonedas en EE.UU.


Un total de 27 millones de dólares en criptomonedas fueron robadas a feligreses y emprendedores de Estados Unidos, luego de que tres sujetos se hicieran pasar por pastores y funcionarios del gobierno norteamericano para cometer este hecho punible.
Dennis Mbongeni Jali, John Erasmus Frimpong y Arley Ray Johnson se encargaron de seducir a potenciales víctimas con programas de inversión en criptomonedas que los recompensaría con altas sumas de dinero, indicó la Comisión de Bolsa y Valores​​ de Estados Unidos (SEC).
A través de una empresa llamada “1er millón”, los falsos religiosos acudían a cadenas de oración en iglesias y se presentaban como hombres interesados en la “libertad financiera” de sus hermanos, colocando en un “segundo plano” sus intereses personales.
“Los tres hombres se presentaron como ‘pastores’ y dijeron a los posibles inversores que el trabajo del ‘1er millón’ era para promover la misión de Dios [en la tierra]”, señaló la SEC.

Diseñaron un esquema Ponzi

De acuerdo con el informe de la Comisión de Bolsa y Valores de Estados Unidos, el trío de delincuentes diseñó un esquema Ponzi donde utilizaban los fondos recaudados de nuevos inversores para pagar a los antiguos miembros de la empresa 1er millón.
El programa de inversión en criptomonedas funcionó en una primera etapa; sin embargo, los delincuentes utilizaron el resto del dinero para financiar un lujoso estilo de vida que incluía autos de lujo, aviones privados y vacaciones familiares.
Finalmente, la investigación determinó que los “pastores” recaudaron más de 27 millones de dólares pertenecientes a un total de 1.200 inversionistas que participaron en el esquema Ponzi entre 2017 y 2019.
Vale destacar que un esquema Ponzi es una estafa de inversión que involucra convencer a las víctimas de altas tasas de retorno y pequeños riesgos, mediante la utilización de informes amañados.
En el siguiente video te explicamos con más detalles en qué consiste un esquema Ponzi:
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Chainalysis: Casi 50 mil millones de dólares en criptomonedas comercializó Latinoamérica en el último año

Chainalysis: Casi 50 mil millones de dólares en criptomonedas comercializó Latinoamérica en el último año


Alrededor de 50 mil millones de dólares en criptomonedas fueron intercambiadas en Latinoamérica durante el último año, así lo reveló un informe de Chainalysis.
La firma con sede en Nueva York, Estados Unidos, indicó que entre julio de 2019 y junio de 2020 pudo analizar las tendencias de las criptomonedas tomando en cuenta los problemas de acceso bancario y la necesidad de remesas que impulsaron su uso, especialmente en transacciones comerciales transfronterizas.
Entre América Latina y Asia —según el estudio— en los últimos meses se registró un total de 200 mil transacciones con criptomonedas por un valor que superó los 1.000 millones de dólares. Además, toda la actividad comercial de criptomonedas representó entre el 5% y el 9% durante el último año.
De este modo, Chainalysis concluye que el 90% de las criptomonedas recibidas en Latinoamérica provienen de países fuera de la región, principalmente de remesas.
Según datos del Banco Mundial, las remesas representan el 1,7% del total del Producto Interno Bruto (PIB) en Latinoamérica.

Remesas son significativas para Latinoamérica

El análisis de Chainalysis indicó que el envío de remesas entre Estados Unidos y México es uno de los más significativos en la región. Sin embargo, las transacciones con criptomonedas entre países como Argentina, Colombia y Venezuela han cobrado fuerza en los últimos tiempos.
En la actualidad, empresas latinoamericanas están comprando productos a exportadores con sede en Asia para venderlos al por menor en países de la región, razón por la cual el uso de criptomonedas ha incrementado significativamente.
El cofundador del intercambio Ciprex con sede en Paraguay, Luis Pomata, dijo que ha importado productos desde China y luego los dirige a otros países como Brasil.
“Muchas empresas —de Latinoamérica— compran productos con bitcoin porque es rápido y fácil”, afirmó Pomata al destacar que el uso de criptomonedas para transacciones transfronterizas está relacionado con las estrictas políticas anti-lavado de los bancos y la evasión de impuestos de importación.

Restricciones bancarias dieron pie a las criptomonedas

La adopción de criptomonedas en Latinoamérica ha crecido significativamente debido a dos factores de suma importancia. En primer lugar, a la inestabilidad de las monedas fiduciarias y, en segundo lugar, al hecho de que personas naturales y jurídicas aún tienen problemas con el acceso a la banca tradicional.
Usuarios de criptomonedas en Argentina, Uruguay, Colombia y Chile recurren a economía digital como una alternativa para “almacenar valor” cuando sus monedas fiduciarias nativas se devalúan.
En los principales mercados de bitcoin en América Latina, Chainalysis pudo observar una correlación entre la devaluación de la moneda local con el aumento en el volumen comercial de transacciones en plataformas de comercio Peer to Peer (P2P).
De acuerdo con el estudio, Latinoamérica tiene patrones únicos en el uso de criptomonedas basados ​​en el almacenamiento y la transferencia de valor para los que no cuentan con servicios bancarios. Sin embargo, también existe un mercado de comercio y especulación sólido en la región, similar al que se observa en otras partes del mundo.
Muchos comerciantes recurren a plataformas de intercambio locales para comprar bitcoins o monedas estables con dinero fiduciario, para luego operar los fondos en exchanges como Binance. “Creemos que esta actividad constituye una parte significativa del volumen de transferencia de monedas estables —en Latinoamérica—”, dijo Kim Grauer, jefe de investigación de Chainalysis.
Puntualizó que los intercambios Peer to Peer han sido claves para la adopción de criptomonedas en Argentina, Paraguay, Venezuela y Brasil, puesto que ha sido una herramienta con la que pueden comercializar bienes, a menudo importados de China.

Estafas en Latinoamérica

El informe de Chainalysis concluye que Latinoamérica tiene una participación significativa en actividades relacionadas con el uso de criptomonedas para actividades ilícitas.
Un 2,4% del volumen total de recepción y 1,6% del volumen de envío de criptomonedas se enmarcan en estafas y fraudes cometidos durante el último año.
Analistas destacaron que las principales empresas fraudulentas de la región son: F2TradingCorp, FXTradingCorp y WishMoney.
Estos esquemas fraudulentos representaron la mayoría de las transferencias ilícitas entre julio y noviembre de 2019, un período en el que la ciberdelincuencia en América Latina estuvo en su punto más alto.
Por fortuna, parece que los usuarios de la región aprendieron la lección, dado que los datos reflejan que están mermando las transacciones ilícitas con criptomonedas.
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Chainalysis: Casi 50 mil millones de dólares en criptomonedas comercializó Latinoamérica en el último año

Chainalysis: Casi 50 mil millones de dólares en criptomonedas comercializó Latinoamérica en el último año


Alrededor de 50 mil millones de dólares en criptomonedas fueron intercambiadas en Latinoamérica durante el último año, así lo reveló un informe de Chainalysis.
La firma con sede en Nueva York, Estados Unidos, indicó que entre julio de 2019 y junio de 2020 pudo analizar las tendencias de las criptomonedas tomando en cuenta los problemas de acceso bancario y la necesidad de remesas que impulsaron su uso, especialmente en transacciones comerciales transfronterizas.
Entre América Latina y Asia —según el estudio— en los últimos meses se registró un total de 200 mil transacciones con criptomonedas por un valor que superó los 1.000 millones de dólares. Además, toda la actividad comercial de criptomonedas representó entre el 5% y el 9% durante el último año.
De este modo, Chainalysis concluye que el 90% de las criptomonedas recibidas en Latinoamérica provienen de países fuera de la región, principalmente de remesas.
Según datos del Banco Mundial, las remesas representan el 1,7% del total del Producto Interno Bruto (PIB) en Latinoamérica.

Remesas son significativas para Latinoamérica

El análisis de Chainalysis indicó que el envío de remesas entre Estados Unidos y México es uno de los más significativos en la región. Sin embargo, las transacciones con criptomonedas entre países como Argentina, Colombia y Venezuela han cobrado fuerza en los últimos tiempos.
En la actualidad, empresas latinoamericanas están comprando productos a exportadores con sede en Asia para venderlos al por menor en países de la región, razón por la cual el uso de criptomonedas ha incrementado significativamente.
El cofundador del intercambio Ciprex con sede en Paraguay, Luis Pomata, dijo que ha importado productos desde China y luego los dirige a otros países como Brasil.
“Muchas empresas —de Latinoamérica— compran productos con bitcoin porque es rápido y fácil”, afirmó Pomata al destacar que el uso de criptomonedas para transacciones transfronterizas está relacionado con las estrictas políticas anti-lavado de los bancos y la evasión de impuestos de importación.

Restricciones bancarias dieron pie a las criptomonedas

La adopción de criptomonedas en Latinoamérica ha crecido significativamente debido a dos factores de suma importancia. En primer lugar, a la inestabilidad de las monedas fiduciarias y, en segundo lugar, al hecho de que personas naturales y jurídicas aún tienen problemas con el acceso a la banca tradicional.
Usuarios de criptomonedas en Argentina, Uruguay, Colombia y Chile recurren a economía digital como una alternativa para “almacenar valor” cuando sus monedas fiduciarias nativas se devalúan.
En los principales mercados de bitcoin en América Latina, Chainalysis pudo observar una correlación entre la devaluación de la moneda local con el aumento en el volumen comercial de transacciones en plataformas de comercio Peer to Peer (P2P).
De acuerdo con el estudio, Latinoamérica tiene patrones únicos en el uso de criptomonedas basados ​​en el almacenamiento y la transferencia de valor para los que no cuentan con servicios bancarios. Sin embargo, también existe un mercado de comercio y especulación sólido en la región, similar al que se observa en otras partes del mundo.
Muchos comerciantes recurren a plataformas de intercambio locales para comprar bitcoins o monedas estables con dinero fiduciario, para luego operar los fondos en exchanges como Binance. “Creemos que esta actividad constituye una parte significativa del volumen de transferencia de monedas estables —en Latinoamérica—”, dijo Kim Grauer, jefe de investigación de Chainalysis.
Puntualizó que los intercambios Peer to Peer han sido claves para la adopción de criptomonedas en Argentina, Paraguay, Venezuela y Brasil, puesto que ha sido una herramienta con la que pueden comercializar bienes, a menudo importados de China.

Estafas en Latinoamérica

El informe de Chainalysis concluye que Latinoamérica tiene una participación significativa en actividades relacionadas con el uso de criptomonedas para actividades ilícitas.
Un 2,4% del volumen total de recepción y 1,6% del volumen de envío de criptomonedas se enmarcan en estafas y fraudes cometidos durante el último año.
Analistas destacaron que las principales empresas fraudulentas de la región son: F2TradingCorp, FXTradingCorp y WishMoney.
Estos esquemas fraudulentos representaron la mayoría de las transferencias ilícitas entre julio y noviembre de 2019, un período en el que la ciberdelincuencia en América Latina estuvo en su punto más alto.
Por fortuna, parece que los usuarios de la región aprendieron la lección, dado que los datos reflejan que están mermando las transacciones ilícitas con criptomonedas.
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Falsos pastores religiosos robaron más de 27 millones de dólares en criptomonedas en EE.UU.

Falsos pastores religiosos robaron más de 27 millones de dólares en criptomonedas en EE.UU.


Un total de 27 millones de dólares en criptomonedas fueron robadas a feligreses y emprendedores de Estados Unidos, luego de que tres sujetos se hicieran pasar por pastores y funcionarios del gobierno norteamericano para cometer este hecho punible.
Dennis Mbongeni Jali, John Erasmus Frimpong y Arley Ray Johnson se encargaron de seducir a potenciales víctimas con programas de inversión en criptomonedas que los recompensaría con altas sumas de dinero, indicó la Comisión de Bolsa y Valores​​ de Estados Unidos (SEC).
A través de una empresa llamada “1er millón”, los falsos religiosos acudían a cadenas de oración en iglesias y se presentaban como hombres interesados en la “libertad financiera” de sus hermanos, colocando en un “segundo plano” sus intereses personales.
“Los tres hombres se presentaron como ‘pastores’ y dijeron a los posibles inversores que el trabajo del ‘1er millón’ era para promover la misión de Dios [en la tierra]”, señaló la SEC.

Diseñaron un esquema Ponzi

De acuerdo con el informe de la Comisión de Bolsa y Valores de Estados Unidos, el trío de delincuentes diseñó un esquema Ponzi donde utilizaban los fondos recaudados de nuevos inversores para pagar a los antiguos miembros de la empresa 1er millón.
El programa de inversión en criptomonedas funcionó en una primera etapa; sin embargo, los delincuentes utilizaron el resto del dinero para financiar un lujoso estilo de vida que incluía autos de lujo, aviones privados y vacaciones familiares.
Finalmente, la investigación determinó que los “pastores” recaudaron más de 27 millones de dólares pertenecientes a un total de 1.200 inversionistas que participaron en el esquema Ponzi entre 2017 y 2019.
Vale destacar que un esquema Ponzi es una estafa de inversión que involucra convencer a las víctimas de altas tasas de retorno y pequeños riesgos, mediante la utilización de informes amañados.
En el siguiente video te explicamos con más detalles en qué consiste un esquema Ponzi:
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Falsos pastores religiosos robaron más de 27 millones de dólares en criptomonedas en EE.UU.



Un total de 27 millones de dólares en criptomonedas fueron robadas a feligreses y emprendedores de Estados Unidos, luego de que tres sujetos se hicieran pasar por pastores y funcionarios del gobierno norteamericano para cometer este hecho punible.
Dennis Mbongeni Jali, John Erasmus Frimpong y Arley Ray Johnson se encargaron de seducir a potenciales víctimas con programas de inversión en criptomonedas que los recompensaría con altas sumas de dinero, indicó la Comisión de Bolsa y Valores​​ de Estados Unidos (SEC).
A través de una empresa llamada “1er millón”, los falsos religiosos acudían a cadenas de oración en iglesias y se presentaban como hombres interesados en la “libertad financiera” de sus hermanos, colocando en un “segundo plano” sus intereses personales.
“Los tres hombres se presentaron como ‘pastores’ y dijeron a los posibles inversores que el trabajo del ‘1er millón’ era para promover la misión de Dios [en la tierra]”, señaló la SEC.

Diseñaron un esquema Ponzi

De acuerdo con el informe de la Comisión de Bolsa y Valores de Estados Unidos, el trío de delincuentes diseñó un esquema Ponzi donde utilizaban los fondos recaudados de nuevos inversores para pagar a los antiguos miembros de la empresa 1er millón.
El programa de inversión en criptomonedas funcionó en una primera etapa; sin embargo, los delincuentes utilizaron el resto del dinero para financiar un lujoso estilo de vida que incluía autos de lujo, aviones privados y vacaciones familiares.
Finalmente, la investigación determinó que los “pastores” recaudaron más de 27 millones de dólares pertenecientes a un total de 1.200 inversionistas que participaron en el esquema Ponzi entre 2017 y 2019.
Vale destacar que un esquema Ponzi es una estafa de inversión que involucra convencer a las víctimas de altas tasas de retorno y pequeños riesgos, mediante la utilización de informes amañados.
En el siguiente video te explicamos con más detalles en qué consiste un esquema Ponzi:
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Falsos pastores religiosos robaron más de 27 millones de dólares en criptomonedas en EE.UU.

Falsos pastores religiosos robaron más de 27 millones de dólares en criptomonedas en EE.UU.


Un total de 27 millones de dólares en criptomonedas fueron robadas a feligreses y emprendedores de Estados Unidos, luego de que tres sujetos se hicieran pasar por pastores y funcionarios del gobierno norteamericano para cometer este hecho punible.
Dennis Mbongeni Jali, John Erasmus Frimpong y Arley Ray Johnson se encargaron de seducir a potenciales víctimas con programas de inversión en criptomonedas que los recompensaría con altas sumas de dinero, indicó la Comisión de Bolsa y Valores​​ de Estados Unidos (SEC).
A través de una empresa llamada “1er millón”, los falsos religiosos acudían a cadenas de oración en iglesias y se presentaban como hombres interesados en la “libertad financiera” de sus hermanos, colocando en un “segundo plano” sus intereses personales.
“Los tres hombres se presentaron como ‘pastores’ y dijeron a los posibles inversores que el trabajo del ‘1er millón’ era para promover la misión de Dios [en la tierra]”, señaló la SEC.

Diseñaron un esquema Ponzi

De acuerdo con el informe de la Comisión de Bolsa y Valores de Estados Unidos, el trío de delincuentes diseñó un esquema Ponzi donde utilizaban los fondos recaudados de nuevos inversores para pagar a los antiguos miembros de la empresa 1er millón.
El programa de inversión en criptomonedas funcionó en una primera etapa; sin embargo, los delincuentes utilizaron el resto del dinero para financiar un lujoso estilo de vida que incluía autos de lujo, aviones privados y vacaciones familiares.
Finalmente, la investigación determinó que los “pastores” recaudaron más de 27 millones de dólares pertenecientes a un total de 1.200 inversionistas que participaron en el esquema Ponzi entre 2017 y 2019.
Vale destacar que un esquema Ponzi es una estafa de inversión que involucra convencer a las víctimas de altas tasas de retorno y pequeños riesgos, mediante la utilización de informes amañados.
En el siguiente video te explicamos con más detalles en qué consiste un esquema Ponzi:
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Nano #Ama on Binance Spanish telegram group!!

Regards!! I'm Jesús Zambrano, member of the Hispanic community of NANO for a long time. Last thursday, we had an interesting and enjoying Ask-me-anything at Binance Spanish community on telegram with the people behind NANO, Colin LeMahieu (Founder and Executive Director) and Zach Hyatt (Proyect Manager), where we take advantage of their kindness and willingness to ask them some questions and share opinions about de currency. I will share a compilation of some of the questions and answers.
-(Admin) ¡Welcome Binancians to our following AMA!
I will explain how AMA works; we will have three (3) segments.
Segment #1: I am going to ask to our guests five (5) questions and then they will answer them.
I will be explaining the rest of the segments as we conclude one of them.
-(Admin) Today we have the great pleasure of having Colin (Founder and Executive Director) and Zach (Project Manager) with us in our chat room. Could you give us a little introduction about you?
- (Zach) Hi everyone, I am Zach Hyatt, the Project Manager at the Nano Foundation and am excited to help answer questions about Nano. I live in Austin, TX where it is quite hot right now!
-(Colin) I’m Colin LeMahieu, founder of Nano. I’m a computer engineer and I’ve worked at companies like Qualcomm, Dell, and AMD. I have been working on Nano for about 5 years now and I’m really excited to talk with people who are interested as well!
-(Admin) It is a pleasure for us to have you here, I have to say that on a personal level, I have been a follower of the project for a long time now, so it is incredible for me to be able to count on you tonight, we will start with segment # 1, with the questions I have for you.
Feeless transactions and in record time! What is NANO? Can you give us an introduction to the project?
-(Colin) Nano’s goal is to solve problems with other cryptocurrencies and make sending value fast and fee-less. It has a unique design to allow us to accomplish this. We want people to have the option of using decentralized digital money instead of fiat money anywhere in the world. Nano is accessible and easy-to-use today and we plan on keeping it focused on these goals.
-(Admin) Thank you for answering my first question, I am delighted with the features offered by the project, every week they are updating and making important changes that help to improve the ecosystem that surrounds the team.
Here you can find all the weekly updates: https://nano.org/en
Previously the project was called RaiBlocks, it appeared for the first time in an ad in Bitcoin Talk in 2015. Can you tell us why a name change came up later?
-(Zach) Yeah, absolutely. Although the original RaiBlocks name has a special place in our history, it was difficult to pronounce in some areas of the world and caused confusion with certain users. We decided to move to a shorter name that not only was easy to pronounce but also reflected the fast, efficient nature of the protocol.
-(Admin) A short and quick name to pronounce, definitely NANO is perfect to define it!
My third question is the following; I had seen a very interesting gif early in the chat and it is just about the question that I came to ask.
Currently, NANO has 100% of its tokens in circulation and these tokens were distributed through Faucets, so it meant that any user with a computer could get coins simply by completing some captchas, can you tell me which has been the experience of users when using this method?
-(Colin) The faucet was a great way for us to distribute coins to people who have never used it before. Cryptocurrencies that use mining end up distributing only to people who have money to buy the mining hardware and this is unfair. We had a lot of people from Indonesia and Asia in the beginning of our distribution and at the end there were a lot of people from South America, Venezuela and Brasil that were getting most of the Nano from the faucet. We think this was a fairer way to do it and it got Nano into the hands of people in different locations, and it had a very positive impact on their lives.
-(Admin) This is incredible! thanks for your answer!
Can you tell us about what the Open Representative Vote is about and how it protects the network?
-(Zach) Nano uses voting to get confirmation on the network instead of mining and the nodes on the network that create votes are called Representatives. Open Representative Voting allows people who have a Nano balance to pick whatever representative they want to vote on their behalf. This allows the people who hold Nano to decide who generates consensus instead of mining companies. The voting process is very efficient and is a big part of what allows Nano to be fee-less and use very little energy.
-(Admin) Very good! The last question on my part:
Nano PoW is your new approach, I have read a pretty interesting example with emails, can you explain what it is about?
-(Colin) Nano PoW is a research project we’re doing in order to create a proof of work algorithm that uses less energy than other popular algorithms. Since Nano is fee-less, there must be a method to limit transactions going onto the network, which this PoW achieves. With the goal of using more memory in the process instead of CPU cycles in order to generate proofs, this new Nano PoW will help prevent ASICs from being able to cheaply send lots of transactions. It’s important for a cryptocurrency that’s used around the world to be energy efficient and green so continuing our research on this is important to us.
-(Admin) https://medium.com/nanocurrency/nano-pow-the-details-ba22a9092d6f
Thanks for your answers, Colin and Zach! I have a video, taken from your YouTube account that I would like to share with the community
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eh9pA8UCUrI
Can you tell me what we see in this video?
-(Colin) This is a video of how fast our transactions send and receive. You can see it takes less than 1 second to finish which means you can use it as a currency.
- (Zach) The wallet was made by developers in our amazing community, it is called Natrium. It really shows how fast Nano is and how it is easy-to-use!
-(Colin) You can also see how simple it is to use. You just scan, enter an amount, and send. There are no complicated setting which is great for new users and great for adoption.
- (Zach) And the best part is, there were no fees at all for that transaction. In fact there have never been any transaction fees on the Nano network ever!
-(Admin) Great! That's why I wanted to share it with everyone, yesterday I could try the wallet and it is really spectacular to use, thank you very much for that excellent explanation, please stay with us, now comes the part in which our users participate
Segment 3, community questions
Q -First congratulations on your project, it is amazing. Now, does nano BlockChain have another use besides making transactions?
A - (Zach) Thank you! Nano has always been focused on transfer of value and will continue to maintain that focus. The overall design is aimed at doing only this so it can remain fast, efficient and fee-less.
Q -Good evening! I understand that thanks to its architecture called "Block-lattice", each individual provides the computing power necessary to verify their own transaction, thanks to this they do not use miners to confirm transactions and they do not apply commissions of any kind. My question is: How did this occur and how difficult was it?
A - (Colin) It’s simila, transactions are validated by votes from the representatives, not by the PoW. The PoW is a way to slow down how fast people can create transactions so they can’t spam the network.
Q - Do you have any short or long term projects so that transactions using $NANO were anonymous?
A - (Colin) Long term we want to see what privacy options exist and are fast. Most privacy schemes make the transactions very big or slow to process and it’s important for things to remain quick and efficient so we can have fast transactions.
Q - We are living in Venezuela many changes in the cryptocurrency sector, the integration of crypto for service payment and product purchases is already a reality. What agreements has NANO made with service stores to integrate it as a means of payment? I want to pay my movie ticket with NANOS
A - (Zach) Thanks for your interest in Nano. We are always looking for ways to allow everyone to use Nano in as many places as possible. Although separate from our organization, we are aware of the efforts of the Nano Venezuela organization and try to support them when possible in bringing Nano to as many people and stores in Venezuela as possible.
Q - (7 questions made from one persone at once)
  1. How do you manage to make your transactions virtually instantaneous?
  2. How do they create part of the company's livelihood if no fees are charged for transactions?
  3. Why does $ NANO consume so little electricity?
  4. Requirements for a medium-sized company to adopt nano correctly as a means of payment?
  5. Since 100% of the $ NANOS are distributed, I have seen something in Medium that talked about `` Nano PoW '', could you tell me a little more about how it works? What profit will the person / institution get that puts hardware for their PoW? Will more $ NANO be created apart from those already in circulation?
  6. What do the representatives earn for putting their vote and validating blocks if 100% of the $ NANOS are already created / issued?
7- Since your policy / slogan / commandment is to be a cryptocurrency without fees, shouldn't you force exchanges in which $ NANO is present that they don't charge withdrawal fees?
A - (Colin)
  1. Transactions are fast because they’re validated by voting. The votes get transmitted around the world in milliseconds and all people have to do is count votes to confirm the transaction.
  2. We use the Dev fund to pay for developing the Nano protocol. The Nano protocol is a free tool that other people can build businesses on. We have ideas for businesses that can use fast, free money in order to help people send money to their family in other countries or pay microtransactions. It’s similar to Linux, it’s free but big companies use it because it saves them money.
  3. Nano uses little electricity because we use voting for validating transactions. Voting is just sending data over the internet which is power efficient.
  4. You can run a nano node with 40-60$/mo using cloud virtual machines
  5. Nano pow is just a more efficient way to slow people down from sending transactions to the network
  6. The most important thing is: why does a company want to use cryptocurrency? They want to use it because it saves them money on bank fees, etc. Since 40-60$/mo running a node is less expensive than their bank fees, they want to participate in the network to keep it going and save them money.
Q - Knowing all this about Nano, could you say that Nano is one of the most energy-efficient, Ecological friendly currencies in existence?
A -(Zach) Absolutely. We care about making a positive change in the world and so pride ourselves on leaving as little energy trace possible in the world. It may just be the fastest, most efficient transfer of value available.
Q - If the nano protocol had not passed the Red4Sec signature security test, would it have any vulnerability today?
A - (Colin) The Red4Sec audit didn’t find any critiral vulnerabilities in Nano. In fact they did the audit twice because they couldn’t find anything wrong and that never happened before.
It’s important for us to keep the code high quality and we will do audits again in the future because it’s important to make sure everything is secure.
Q - I'd like to see more development of Nano by using SMS on our phones to avoid the problem of no Internet connection at the moment
A -(Zach) As much as we like the idea of SMS, unfortunately it is not a secure network so managing Nano transactions over it brings some unique requirements. However we are always innovating and trying to make Nano as easy and accessible as possible so hope advances can help over time make it more accessible in this area.
Q - What plans do you have to close this 2019 to increase adoption in Latin America?
A -(Colin) We are very excited about the passion we see in the south american community. We would love to make it down to VE however in the mean time follow nanoVE for updates and meetups - there may be one near you soon!
Q - How will you make the adoption and use of $ NANO continue to increase especially in markets where other cryptocurrencies are gaining more ground?
A - (Colin) Our focus is to build tools people need to accept cryptocurrency. Right now it’s still difficulty and expensive. One thing we’re making is the device Appia which can accept cryptocurrency similar to a credit card. We made this device very inexpensive and can connect over wireless so it can be used in markets or resturaunts or other places cryptocurrency is not yet available.
- (Admin) Thank you very much for your answers! You are the first guests that answer all the questions of our users, you are amazing guys!
@AndyNano It was amazing to meet you, I learned a lot from you
@FundacionNanoVE Thanks for making this happen! excellent work
@nano_isam Thanks for everything buddy!
-(Zach) Can we ask a question to the channel?
What are the top things Nano can do to help you in your daily lives?
-(Colin) My question: How do you store cryptocurrency safely? Where do you back up your seed so it isn’t lost or stolen?
A - In Venezuela we currently have a problem with conventional payment processors, they are very slow, it would be great to be able to see people using NANO to make their purchases at any store in Venezuela, 0 commissions and instant transactions, is what we need
A - Fast transactions are what can help society the most, and except that, the best thing is that it is very cheap ... from there it is addition, those are the main characteristics that we look for the most
A - encrypted file in a pendrive
A - Nano is a direct competition to the vast majority of Cryptos, in transaction speed and that it is literally free to send or receive, nothing to wait for 5 hours or the next day when you pay for items or services with Crypto, let's increase the adoption of nano!
-(Colin) Question: Are there barriers to using Nano in your country right now?
A - No barriers in Venezuela
A - No barrier what is lacking is greater diffusion in means to give greater projection and that the adoption arrives. Here I am to support NANO!
A - There should be no barriers to the payments we wish to make, freedom above all
-(Colin) Fantastic!
- (Zach) Thanks everyone, I have to go but I appreciate all the awesome questions and answers!
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Binance anuncia Latamex, su nuevo Latin American Fiat Gateway

La exchange Binance anunció el lanzamiento de Latamex, una plataforma que permitirá a usuarios ubicados en América Latina, adquirir criptomonedas con dinero local.
La plataforma iniciará actividades en Argentina y Brasil, y permitirá a los ciudadanos comprar de forma directa monedas digitales por medio de pesos argentinos y reales brasileños.
https://www.bitcoin.com.mx/binance-anuncia-latamex-su-nuevo-latin-american-fiat-gateway/
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NANO #AMA ON BINANCE SPANISH TELEGRAM GROUP!!

Regards!! I'm Jesús Zambrano, member of the Hispanic community of NANO for a long time. Last thursday, we had an interesting and enjoying Ask-me-anything at Binance Spanish community on telegram with the people behind NANO, Colin LeMahieu (Founder and Executive Director) and Zach Hyatt (Proyect Manager), where we take advantage of their kindness and willingness to ask them some questions and share opinions about de currency. I will share a compilation of some of the questions and answers.
-(Admin) ¡Welcome Binancians to our following AMA!
I will explain how AMA works; we will have three (3) segments.
Segment #1: I am going to ask to our guests five (5) questions and then they will answer them.
I will be explaining the rest of the segments as we conclude one of them.
-(Admin) Today we have the great pleasure of having Colin (Founder and Executive Director) and Zach (Project Manager) with us in our chat room. Could you give us a little introduction about you?
- (Zach) Hi everyone, I am Zach Hyatt, the Project Manager at the Nano Foundation and am excited to help answer questions about Nano. I live in Austin, TX where it is quite hot right now!
-(Colin) I’m Colin LeMahieu, founder of Nano. I’m a computer engineer and I’ve worked at companies like Qualcomm, Dell, and AMD. I have been working on Nano for about 5 years now and I’m really excited to talk with people who are interested as well!
-(Admin) It is a pleasure for us to have you here, I have to say that on a personal level, I have been a follower of the project for a long time now, so it is incredible for me to be able to count on you tonight, we will start with segment # 1, with the questions I have for you.
Feeless transactions and in record time! What is NANO? Can you give us an introduction to the project?
-(Colin) Nano’s goal is to solve problems with other cryptocurrencies and make sending value fast and fee-less. It has a unique design to allow us to accomplish this. We want people to have the option of using decentralized digital money instead of fiat money anywhere in the world. Nano is accessible and easy-to-use today and we plan on keeping it focused on these goals.
-(Admin) Thank you for answering my first question, I am delighted with the features offered by the project, every week they are updating and making important changes that help to improve the ecosystem that surrounds the team.
Here you can find all the weekly updates: https://nano.org/en
Previously the project was called RaiBlocks, it appeared for the first time in an ad in Bitcoin Talk in 2015. Can you tell us why a name change came up later?
-(Zach) Yeah, absolutely. Although the original RaiBlocks name has a special place in our history, it was difficult to pronounce in some areas of the world and caused confusion with certain users. We decided to move to a shorter name that not only was easy to pronounce but also reflected the fast, efficient nature of the protocol.
-(Admin) A short and quick name to pronounce, definitely NANO is perfect to define it!
My third question is the following; I had seen a very interesting gif early in the chat and it is just about the question that I came to ask.
Currently, NANO has 100% of its tokens in circulation and these tokens were distributed through Faucets, so it meant that any user with a computer could get coins simply by completing some captchas, can you tell me which has been the experience of users when using this method?
-(Colin) The faucet was a great way for us to distribute coins to people who have never used it before. Cryptocurrencies that use mining end up distributing only to people who have money to buy the mining hardware and this is unfair. We had a lot of people from Indonesia and Asia in the beginning of our distribution and at the end there were a lot of people from South America, Venezuela and Brasil that were getting most of the Nano from the faucet. We think this was a fairer way to do it and it got Nano into the hands of people in different locations, and it had a very positive impact on their lives.
-(Admin) This is incredible! thanks for your answer!
Can you tell us about what the Open Representative Vote is about and how it protects the network?
-(Zach) Nano uses voting to get confirmation on the network instead of mining and the nodes on the network that create votes are called Representatives. Open Representative Voting allows people who have a Nano balance to pick whatever representative they want to vote on their behalf. This allows the people who hold Nano to decide who generates consensus instead of mining companies. The voting process is very efficient and is a big part of what allows Nano to be fee-less and use very little energy.
-(Admin) Very good! The last question on my part:
Nano PoW is your new approach, I have read a pretty interesting example with emails, can you explain what it is about?
-(Colin) Nano PoW is a research project we’re doing in order to create a proof of work algorithm that uses less energy than other popular algorithms. Since Nano is fee-less, there must be a method to limit transactions going onto the network, which this PoW achieves. With the goal of using more memory in the process instead of CPU cycles in order to generate proofs, this new Nano PoW will help prevent ASICs from being able to cheaply send lots of transactions. It’s important for a cryptocurrency that’s used around the world to be energy efficient and green so continuing our research on this is important to us.
-(Admin) https://medium.com/nanocurrency/nano-pow-the-details-ba22a9092d6f
Thanks for your answers, Colin and Zach! I have a video, taken from your YouTube account that I would like to share with the community
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eh9pA8UCUrI
Can you tell me what we see in this video?
-(Colin) This is a video of how fast our transactions send and receive. You can see it takes less than 1 second to finish which means you can use it as a currency.
- (Zach) The wallet was made by developers in our amazing community, it is called Natrium. It really shows how fast Nano is and how it is easy-to-use!
-(Colin) You can also see how simple it is to use. You just scan, enter an amount, and send. There are no complicated setting which is great for new users and great for adoption.
- (Zach) And the best part is, there were no fees at all for that transaction. In fact there have never been any transaction fees on the Nano network ever!
-(Admin) Great! That's why I wanted to share it with everyone, yesterday I could try the wallet and it is really spectacular to use, thank you very much for that excellent explanation, please stay with us, now comes the part in which our users participate
Segment 3, community questions
Q -First congratulations on your project, it is amazing. Now, does nano BlockChain have another use besides making transactions?
A - (Zach) Thank you! Nano has always been focused on transfer of value and will continue to maintain that focus. The overall design is aimed at doing only this so it can remain fast, efficient and fee-less.
Q -Good evening! I understand that thanks to its architecture called "Block-lattice", each individual provides the computing power necessary to verify their own transaction, thanks to this they do not use miners to confirm transactions and they do not apply commissions of any kind. My question is: How did this occur and how difficult was it?
A - (Colin) It’s simila, transactions are validated by votes from the representatives, not by the PoW. The PoW is a way to slow down how fast people can create transactions so they can’t spam the network.
Q - Do you have any short or long term projects so that transactions using $NANO were anonymous?
A - (Colin) Long term we want to see what privacy options exist and are fast. Most privacy schemes make the transactions very big or slow to process and it’s important for things to remain quick and efficient so we can have fast transactions.
Q - We are living in Venezuela many changes in the cryptocurrency sector, the integration of crypto for service payment and product purchases is already a reality. What agreements has NANO made with service stores to integrate it as a means of payment? I want to pay my movie ticket with NANOS
A - (Zach) Thanks for your interest in Nano. We are always looking for ways to allow everyone to use Nano in as many places as possible. Although separate from our organization, we are aware of the efforts of the Nano Venezuela organization and try to support them when possible in bringing Nano to as many people and stores in Venezuela as possible.
Q - (7 questions made from one persone at once)
  1. How do you manage to make your transactions virtually instantaneous?
  2. How do they create part of the company's livelihood if no fees are charged for transactions?
  3. Why does $ NANO consume so little electricity?
  4. Requirements for a medium-sized company to adopt nano correctly as a means of payment?
  5. Since 100% of the $ NANOS are distributed, I have seen something in Medium that talked about `` Nano PoW '', could you tell me a little more about how it works? What profit will the person / institution get that puts hardware for their PoW? Will more $ NANO be created apart from those already in circulation?
  6. What do the representatives earn for putting their vote and validating blocks if 100% of the $ NANOS are already created / issued?
7- Since your policy / slogan / commandment is to be a cryptocurrency without fees, shouldn't you force exchanges in which $ NANO is present that they don't charge withdrawal fees?
A - (Colin)
  1. Transactions are fast because they’re validated by voting. The votes get transmitted around the world in milliseconds and all people have to do is count votes to confirm the transaction.
  2. We use the Dev fund to pay for developing the Nano protocol. The Nano protocol is a free tool that other people can build businesses on. We have ideas for businesses that can use fast, free money in order to help people send money to their family in other countries or pay microtransactions. It’s similar to Linux, it’s free but big companies use it because it saves them money.
  3. Nano uses little electricity because we use voting for validating transactions. Voting is just sending data over the internet which is power efficient.
  4. You can run a nano node with 40-60$/mo using cloud virtual machines
  5. Nano pow is just a more efficient way to slow people down from sending transactions to the network
  6. The most important thing is: why does a company want to use cryptocurrency? They want to use it because it saves them money on bank fees, etc. Since 40-60$/mo running a node is less expensive than their bank fees, they want to participate in the network to keep it going and save them money.
Q - Knowing all this about Nano, could you say that Nano is one of the most energy-efficient, Ecological friendly currencies in existence?
A -(Zach) Absolutely. We care about making a positive change in the world and so pride ourselves on leaving as little energy trace possible in the world. It may just be the fastest, most efficient transfer of value available.
Q - If the nano protocol had not passed the Red4Sec signature security test, would it have any vulnerability today?
A - (Colin) The Red4Sec audit didn’t find any critiral vulnerabilities in Nano. In fact they did the audit twice because they couldn’t find anything wrong and that never happened before.
It’s important for us to keep the code high quality and we will do audits again in the future because it’s important to make sure everything is secure.
Q - I'd like to see more development of Nano by using SMS on our phones to avoid the problem of no Internet connection at the moment
A -(Zach) As much as we like the idea of SMS, unfortunately it is not a secure network so managing Nano transactions over it brings some unique requirements. However we are always innovating and trying to make Nano as easy and accessible as possible so hope advances can help over time make it more accessible in this area.
Q - What plans do you have to close this 2019 to increase adoption in Latin America?
A -(Colin) We are very excited about the passion we see in the south american community. We would love to make it down to VE however in the mean time follow nanoVE for updates and meetups - there may be one near you soon!
Q - How will you make the adoption and use of $ NANO continue to increase especially in markets where other cryptocurrencies are gaining more ground?
A - (Colin) Our focus is to build tools people need to accept cryptocurrency. Right now it’s still difficulty and expensive. One thing we’re making is the device Appia which can accept cryptocurrency similar to a credit card. We made this device very inexpensive and can connect over wireless so it can be used in markets or resturaunts or other places cryptocurrency is not yet available.
- (Admin) Thank you very much for your answers! You are the first guests that answer all the questions of our users, you are amazing guys!
@AndyNano It was amazing to meet you, I learned a lot from you
@FundacionNanoVE Thanks for making this happen! excellent work
@nano_isam Thanks for everything buddy!
-(Zach) Can we ask a question to the channel?
What are the top things Nano can do to help you in your daily lives?
-(Colin) My question: How do you store cryptocurrency safely? Where do you back up your seed so it isn’t lost or stolen?
A - In Venezuela we currently have a problem with conventional payment processors, they are very slow, it would be great to be able to see people using NANO to make their purchases at any store in Venezuela, 0 commissions and instant transactions, is what we need
A - Fast transactions are what can help society the most, and except that, the best thing is that it is very cheap ... from there it is addition, those are the main characteristics that we look for the most
A - encrypted file in a pendrive
A - Nano is a direct competition to the vast majority of Cryptos, in transaction speed and that it is literally free to send or receive, nothing to wait for 5 hours or the next day when you pay for items or services with Crypto, let's increase the adoption of nano!
-(Colin) Question: Are there barriers to using Nano in your country right now?
A - No barriers in Venezuela
A - No barrier what is lacking is greater diffusion in means to give greater projection and that the adoption arrives. Here I am to support NANO!
A - There should be no barriers to the payments we wish to make, freedom above all
-(Colin) Fantastic!
- (Zach) Thanks everyone, I have to go but I appreciate all the awesome questions and answers!
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Daily analysis of cryptocurrencies 20190929(Market index 33 — Fear state)

Daily analysis of cryptocurrencies 20190929(Market index 33 — Fear state)

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Venezuelan Central Bank Accused Of Laundering Bitcoin Obtained With Seized Mining Rigs Venezuela’s central bank is being accused of laundering BTC and ether obtained from seized mining rigs. Recently, Purse.io’s head of support Eduardo Gomez took to Twitter to shed light on the illegal practice. Gomez said the Venezuelan government has been illegally seizing mining rigs to obtain Bitcoin and Ethereum. However, the government is caught in a situation with no clear outlet to unload the coins. Gomez continued, explaining that the central bank will be used to launder the funds.
The Congress Of The Republic Of Peru Shows Interest In Blockchain Technology On Sept. 23, Congressman Francesco Petrozzi, president of the Science, Innovation and Technology Commission in Peru, spoke with Marco Esparza Montejo, the COO of Blockchain Life Solutions, about the potential of blockchain technology and the fourth industrial revolution applied in everyday reality. Esparza proposed the creation of an equivalent Blockchain Supervision at the Congress that would trace bad practices, propose funds to develop initiatives, put them in value and produce associated regulatory frameworks, among other things. He also proposed introducing digital training at schools, which includes not only learning to program but also seeing how it impacts on life.
Central Bank Of Brazil Wants To Use Blockchain Technology Starting In 2020 On Sept 24, Cointelegraph Brasil reported that the central bank of Brazil has decided to move away from its current payment system (Ted and Doc), which it considers slow and expensive. The new blockchain-based instant payment system should be launched by November 2020. The central bank hopes to connect more than 120 regulator-registered financial institutions and assure the availability of funds to the final beneficiary in real time, 24/7.
JPMorgan Says ICE Debuts; Positions’ Shakeout Likely Tanked Bitcoin Bitcoin’s 20% drop earlier this week was likely fueled by the effect of Intercontinental Exchange Inc.’s new futures contracts and an unwinding of long positions, according to JPMorgan Chase & Co. Though the strategists led by Nikolaos Panigirtzoglou were quick to point out that the introduction of physically delivered futures was a further step to maturity for the market, they said it probably depressed prices. Numerous crypto-market watchers have cited lower-than-expected volumes for the ICE futures contract as a likely contributor to this week’s drop. Other suggestions included concern about difficulty getting U.S. approval for Bitcoin-related exchange-traded funds and pressure around technical levels.

Encrypted project calendar(September 29, 2019)

GAME/GameCredits: GameCredits (GAME) is expected to perform hard forks on September 29th at block height 2519999

Encrypted project calendar(September 30, 2019)

INS/Insolar: Insolar (INS) will be on September 30th ERD/Elrond: Elrond (ERD) will conduct main network test on September 30th NULS/NULS: The NULS team will plan to beta the ChainBOX in the third quarter. CS/Credits: Credits (CS) will exchange tokens and bug rewards in the third quarter QTUM/Qtum: Quantum Chain (QTUM) is expected to complete lightning network beta in the third quarter XEM/NEM: New World Bank (XEM) will release mobile wallet and computer wallet in the third quarter HC/HyperCash: hypercash (HC) will complete community management agreement in the third quarter

Encrypted project calendar(October 01, 2019)

HT/Huobi Token: The financial base public link jointly created by Firecoin and Nervos is expected to be open source in October. RVN/Ravencoin: Ravencoin (RVN) Ravencoin will perform a hard fork on October 1. SHND/StrongHands: StrongHands (SHND) SHND 1000: The 1st currency exchange event will be held on October 1. ADA/Cardano: Cardano (ADA) plans to hold technical consensus meeting in Amsterdam on October 1st XRC/Bitcoin Rhodium: Bitcoin Rhodium (XRC) will record account balance awards on October 1st PPC/Peercoin: Peercoin (PPC) will perform Peercoin v0.8 (code tang lang) hard fork on October 1st

Encrypted project calendar(October 02, 2019)

BNB/Binance Coin: The 2019 DELTA Summit will be held in Malta from October 2nd to 4th. The DELTA Summit is Malta’s official blockchain and digital innovation campaign. BTC/Bitcoin: The B.Tokyo 2019 conference will be held in Tokyo from October 2nd to 3rd. CAPP/Cappasity: The Cappasity (CAPP) London Science and Technology Festival will be held from October 2nd to 3rd, when the Cappasity project will be attended by the Science and Technology Festival.

Encrypted project calendar(October 03, 2019)

ETC/Ethereum Classic: The 2019 Ether Classic (ETC) Summit will be held in Vancouver on October 3–4 ANT/Aragon: Aragon (ANT) is the AGP for the new mandatory community review period, with a deadline of October 3.

Encrypted project calendar(October 04, 2019)

KNC/Kyber Network: Kyber Network (KNC) will update the maxGasPrice parameter in the Kyber Network contract from 100 gwei to 50 gwei within 2 weeks after October 4.

Encrypted project calendar(October 05, 2019)

Ontology (ONT): Ony Ji will attend the blockchain event in Japan on October 5th and explain the practical application based on the ontology network.

Encrypted project calendar(October 06, 2019)

SPND/ Spendcoin: Spendcoin (SPND) will be online on October 6th

Encrypted project calendar(October 07, 2019)

GNO/Gnosis: Gnosis (GNO) will discuss the topic “Decentralized Trading Agreement Based on Ethereum” will be held in Osaka, Japan on October 7th. Kyber and Uniswap, Gnosis and Loopring will attend and give speeches.

Encrypted project calendar(October 08, 2019)

BTC/Bitcoin: The 2nd Global Digital Mining Summit will be held in Frankfurt, Germany from October 8th to 10th.

Encrypted project calendar(October 09, 2019)

CENNZ/Centrality: Centrality (CENNZ) will meet in InsurTechNZ Connect — Insurance and Blockchain on October 9th in Auckland.

Encrypted project calendar(October 10, 2019)

INB/Insight Chain: The Insight Chain (INB) INB public blockchain main network will be launched on October 10. VET/Vechain: VeChain (VET) will attend the BLOCKWALKS Blockchain Europe Conference on October 10. CAPP/Cappasity: Cappasity (CAPP) Cappasity will be present at the Osaka Global Innovation Forum in Osaka (October 10–11).

Encrypted project calendar(October 11, 2019)

OKB/OKB: OKB (OKB) OKEx series of talks will be held in Istanbul on October 11th to discuss “the rise of the Turkish blockchain.”

Encrypted project calendar(October 12, 2019)

BTC/Bitcoin: The 2019 Global Mining Leaders Summit will be held in Chengdu, China from October 12th to 14th.

Encrypted project calendar(October 14, 2019)

BCH/Bitcoin Cash: The ChainPoint 19 conference will be held in Armenia from October 14th to 15th.

Encrypted project calendar(October 15, 2019)

RUFF/RUFF Token: Ruff will end the three-month early bird program on October 15th KAT/Kambria: Kambria (KAT) exchanges ERC20 KAT for a 10% bonus on BEP2 KAT-7BB, and the token exchange reward will end on October 15. BTC/Bitcoin: The Blockchain Technology Investment Summit (CIS) will be held in Los Angeles from October 15th to 16th.

Encrypted project calendar(October 16, 2019)

BTC/Bitcoin: The 2019 Blockchain Life Summit will be held in Moscow, Russia from October 16th to 17th. MIOTA/IOTA: IOTA (MIOTA) IOTA will host a community event on the theme of “Technology Problem Solving and Testing IoT Devices” at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles on October 16. ETH/Ethereum: Ethereum launches Istanbul (Istanbul) main network upgrade, this main network upgrade involves 6 code upgrades. QTUM/Qtum: Qtum (QTUM) Qtum main network hard fork is scheduled for October 16.

Encrypted project calendar(October 18, 2019)

BTC/Bitcoin: The SEC will give a pass on the VanEck/SolidX ETF on October 18th and make a final decision HB/HeartBout: HeartBout (HB) will officially release the Android version of the HeartBout app on October 18.

The BTC continued to shake yesterday and is still hovering around $8,200. In the past 24 hours, the net inflows of BTC funds exceeded $30 million, and the market inflows increased slightly. BTC tried again in the early morning to test the resistance of $8,400, but failed. Now it has withdrawn to the vicinity of $8,200. Looking at the 4-hour line, the rebound of BTC can weaken gradually. In the short term, it is difficult to have enough strength to break through upwards, and there may be further callbacks. The lower support level focuses on the $8,000 threshold first, and when it breaks through the support, it needs to be aware of the vicinity of $7,500. Operational aspects, back to $8400 can consider the deployment of an appropriate amount of empty orders, the spot side is not blindly operated for the time being, the heavier proposal to reduce the warehouse to less than 50% waiting for more suitable access opportunities.
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Decred Journal — June 2018

Note: You can read this on GitHub, Medium or old Reddit to see the 207 links.

Development

The biggest announcement of the month was the new kind of decentralized exchange proposed by @jy-p of Company 0. The Community Discussions section considers the stakeholders' response.
dcrd: Peer management and connectivity improvements. Some work for improved sighash algo. A new optimization that gives 3-4x faster serving of headers, which is great for SPV. This was another step towards multipeer parallel downloads – check this issue for a clear overview of progress and planned work for next months (and some engineering delight). As usual, codebase cleanup, improvements to error handling, test infrastructure and test coverage.
Decrediton: work towards watching only wallets, lots of bugfixes and visual design improvements. Preliminary work to integrate SPV has begun.
Politeia is live on testnet! Useful links: announcement, introduction, command line voting example, example proposal with some votes, mini-guide how to compose a proposal.
Trezor: Decred appeared in the firmware update and on Trezor website, currently for testnet only. Next steps are mainnet support and integration in wallets. For the progress of Decrediton support you can track this meta issue.
dcrdata: Continued work on Insight API support, see this meta issue for progress overview. It is important for integrations due to its popularity. Ongoing work to add charts. A big database change to improve sorting on the Address page was merged and bumped version to 3.0. Work to visualize agenda voting continues.
Ticket splitting: 11-way ticket split from last month has voted (transaction).
Ethereum support in atomicswap is progressing and welcomes more eyeballs.
decred.org: revamped Press page with dozens of added articles, and a shiny new Roadmap page.
decredinfo.com: a new Decred dashboard by lte13. Reddit announcement here.
Dev activity stats for June: 245 active PRs, 184 master commits, 25,973 added and 13,575 deleted lines spread across 8 repositories. Contributions came from 2 to 10 developers per repository. (chart)

Network

Hashrate: growth continues, the month started at 15 and ended at 44 PH/s with some wild 30% swings on the way. The peak was 53.9 PH/s.
F2Pool was the leader varying between 36% and 59% hashrate, followed by coinmine.pl holding between 18% and 29%. In response to concerns about its hashrate share, F2Pool made a statement that they will consider measures like rising the fees to prevent growing to 51%.
Staking: 30-day average ticket price is 94.7 DCR (+3.4). The price was steadily rising from 90.7 to 95.8 peaking at 98.1. Locked DCR grew from 3.68 to 3.81 million DCR, the highest value was 3.83 million corresponding to 47.87% of supply (+0.7% from previous peak).
Nodes: there are 240 public listening and 115 normal nodes per dcred.eu. Version distribution: 57% on v1.2.0 (+12%), 25% on v1.1.2 (-13%), 14% on v1.1.0 (-1%). Note: the reported count of non-listening nodes has dropped significantly due to data reset at decred.eu. It will take some time before the crawler collects more data. On top of that, there is no way to exactly count non-listening nodes. To illustrate, an alternative data source, charts.dcr.farm showed 690 reachable nodes on Jul 1.
Extraordinary event: 247361 and 247362 were two nearly full blocks. Normally blocks are 10-20 KiB, but these blocks were 374 KiB (max is 384 KiB).

ASICs

Update from Obelisk: shipping is expected in first half of July and there is non-zero chance to meet hashrate target.
Another Chinese ASIC spotted on the web: Flying Fish D18 with 340 GH/s at 180 W costing 2,200 CNY (~340 USD). (asicok.comtranslated, also on asicminervalue)
dcrASIC team posted a farewell letter. Despite having an awesome 16 nm chip design, they decided to stop the project citing the saturated mining ecosystem and low profitability for their potential customers.

Integrations

bepool.org is a new mining pool spotted on dcred.eu.
Exchange integrations:
Two OTC trading desks are now shown on decred.org exchanges page.
BitPro payment gateway added Decred and posted on Reddit. Notably, it is fully functional without javascript or cookies and does not ask for name or email, among other features.
Guarda Wallet integrated Decred. Currently only in their web wallet, but more may come in future. Notable feature is "DCR purchase with a bank card". See more details in their post or ask their representative on Reddit. Important: do your best to understand the security model before using any wallet software.

Adoption

Merchants:
BlueYard Capital announced investment in Decred and the intent to be long term supporters and to actively participate in the network's governance. In an overview post they stressed core values of the project:
There are a few other remarkable characteristics that are a testament to the DNA of the team behind Decred: there was no sale of DCR to investors, no venture funding, and no payment to exchanges to be listed – underscoring that the Decred team and contributors are all about doing the right thing for long term (as manifested in their constitution for the project).
The most encouraging thing we can see is both the quality and quantity of high calibre developers flocking to the project, in addition to a vibrant community attaching their identity to the project.
The company will be hosting an event in Berlin, see Events below.
Arbitrade is now mining Decred.

Events

Attended:
Upcoming:

Media

stakey.club: a new website by @mm:
Hey guys! I'd like to share with you my latest adventure: Stakey Club, hosted at stakey.club, is a website dedicated to Decred. I posted a few articles in Brazilian Portuguese and in English. I also translated to Portuguese some posts from the Decred Blog. I hope you like it! (slack)
@morphymore translated Placeholder's Decred Investment Thesis and Richard Red's write-up on Politeia to Chinese, while @DZ translated Decred Roadmap 2018 to Italian and Russian, and A New Kind of DEX to Italian and Russian.
Second iteration of Chinese ratings released. Compared to the first issue, Decred dropped from 26 to 29 while Bitcoin fell from 13 to 17. We (the authors) restrain ourselves commenting on this one.
Videos:
Audio:
Featured articles:
Articles:

Community Discussions

Community stats: Twitter followers 40,209 (+1,091), Reddit subscribers 8,410 (+243), Slack users 5,830 (+172), GitHub 392 stars and 918 forks of dcrd repository.
An update on our communication systems:
Jake Yocom-Piatt did an AMA on CryptoTechnology, a forum for serious crypto tech discussion. Some topics covered were Decred attack cost and resistance, voting policies, smart contracts, SPV security, DAO and DPoS.
A new kind of DEX was the subject of an extensive discussion in #general, #random, #trading channels as well as Reddit. New channel #thedex was created and attracted more than 100 people.
A frequent and fair question is how the DEX would benefit Decred. @lukebp has put it well:
Projects like these help Decred attract talent. Typically, the people that are the best at what they do aren’t driven solely by money. They want to work on interesting projects that they believe in with other talented individuals. Launching a DEX that has no trading fees, no requirement to buy a 3rd party token (including Decred), and that cuts out all middlemen is a clear demonstration of the ethos that Decred was founded on. It helps us get our name out there and attract the type of people that believe in the same mission that we do. (slack)
Another concern that it will slow down other projects was addressed by @davecgh:
The intent is for an external team to take up the mantle and build it, so it won't have any bearing on the current c0 roadmap. The important thing to keep in mind is that the goal of Decred is to have a bunch of independent teams on working on different things. (slack)
A chat about Decred fork resistance started on Twitter and continued in #trading. Community members continue to discuss the finer points of Decred's hybrid system, bringing new users up to speed and answering their questions. The key takeaway from this chat is that the Decred chain is impossible to advance without votes, and to get around that the forker needs to change the protocol in a way that would make it clearly not Decred.
"Against community governance" article was discussed on Reddit and #governance.
"The Downside of Democracy (and What it Means for Blockchain Governance)" was another article arguing against on-chain governance, discussed here.
Reddit recap: mining rig shops discussion; how centralized is Politeia; controversial debate on photos of models that yielded useful discussion on our marketing approach; analysis of a drop in number of transactions; concerns regarding project bus factor, removing central authorities, advertising and full node count – received detailed responses; an argument by insette for maximizing aggregate tx fees; coordinating network upgrades; a new "Why Decred?" thread; a question about quantum resistance with a detailed answer and a recap of current status of quantum resistant algorithms.
Chats recap: Programmatic Proof-of-Work (ProgPoW) discussion; possible hashrate of Blake-256 miners is at least ~30% higher than SHA-256d; how Decred is not vulnerable to SPV leaf/node attack.

Markets

DCR opened the month at ~$93, reached monthly high of $110, gradually dropped to the low of $58 and closed at $67. In BTC terms it was 0.0125 -> 0.0150 -> 0.0098 -> 0.0105. The downturn coincided with a global decline across the whole crypto market.
In the middle of the month Decred was noticed to be #1 in onchainfx "% down from ATH" chart and on this chart by @CoinzTrader. Towards the end of the month it dropped to #3.

Relevant External

Obelisk announced Launchpad service. The idea is to work with coin developers to design a custom, ASIC-friendly PoW algorithm together with a first batch of ASICs and distribute them among the community.
Equihash-based ZenCash was hit by a double spend attack that led to a loss of $450,000 by the exchange which was targeted.
Almost one year after collecting funds, Tezos announced a surprise identification procedure to claim tokens (non-javascript version).
A hacker broke into Syscoin's GitHub account and implanted malware stealing passwords and private keys into Windows binaries. This is a painful reminder for everybody to verify binaries after download.
Circle announced new asset listing framework for Poloniex. Relevant to recent discussions of exchange listing bribery:
Please note: we will not accept any kind of payment to list an asset.
Bithumb got hacked with a $30 m loss.
Zcash organized Zcon0, an event in Canada that focused on privacy tech and governance. An interesting insight from Keynote Panel on governance: "There is no such thing as on-chain governance".
Microsoft acquired GitHub. There was some debate about whether it is a reason to look into alternative solutions like GitLab right now. It is always a good idea to have a local copy of Decred source code, just in case.
Status update from @sumiflow on correcting DCR supply on various sites:
To begin with, none of the below sites were showing the correct supply or market cap for Decred but we've made some progress. coingecko.com, coinlib.io, cryptocompare.com, livecoinwatch.com, worldcoinindex.com - corrected! cryptoindex.co, onchainfx.com - awaiting fix coinmarketcap.com - refused to fix because devs have coins too? (slack)

About This Issue

This is the third issue of Decred Journal after April and May.
Most information from third parties is relayed directly from source after a minimal sanity check. The authors of Decred Journal have no ability to verify all claims. Please beware of scams and do your own research.
The new public Matrix logs look promising and we hope to transition from Slack links to Matrix links. In the meantime, the way to read Slack links is explained in the previous issue.
As usual, any feedback is appreciated: please comment on Reddit, GitHub or #writers_room. Contributions are welcome too, anything from initial collection to final review to translations.
Credits (Slack names, alphabetical order): bee and Richard-Red. Special thanks to @Haon for bringing May 2018 issue to medium.
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Virtus - Plataforma de gestão de Portfolio (Made in Portugal)

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