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copper
mantis
keg
biology
wax
gloss
leech
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pelican
trapdoor
plague
quilt
yardstick
lounge
teaspoon
broadcast
uncle
comedian
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peasant
streamer
oar
drama
cornfield
carnivore
wingnut
vent
cabinet
vacation
applause
vision
radish
picnic
Skrillex
jester
preach
armadillo
hyena
librarian
interview
sauna
surgeon
dishrag
manatee
symphony
queue
industry
Atlantis
excavator
canister
model
flight attendant
ghost
pig
key
banana
tomato
axe
line
present
duck
alien
peas
gem
web
grapes
corn
can
fairy
camel
paper
beak
corner
penny
dig
link
donkey
fox
rug
drip
hunter
horn
purse
gumball
pony
musket
flea
kettle
rooster
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seesaw
stork
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bait
duel
trap
heist
origami
skunk
coaster
leather
socket
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ram
filter
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condiment
server
antelope
emu
chestnut
dalmatian
swarm
sloth
reality
Darwin
torpedo
toucan
pedal
tabletop
frosting
bellow
vortex
bayonet
margarine
orchid
beet
journey
slam
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cuckoo
collapse
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assault
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wrapping
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evaporate
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reeds
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day
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provoke
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embers
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Capricorn
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Stress comparison - Bitcoin VS Gold

Stress comparison - Bitcoin VS Gold
Why are large investors and funds still so cautious about Bitcoin? At this time, no more than 1% of hedge funds have BTC in their portfolios. Sure, the lack of a comprehensive regulatory framework is a problem for many, but an equally important reason lies in the extreme volatility of the world’s first cryptocurrency.
It is worth pointing out that Bitcoin's volatility in 2019 was at a record low. Even its growth from $3000 at the start of the year to $13,800 in late spring is well within the realistic range for traditional stocks.

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However, BTC is not just some altcoin – it's an uncontested leader that accounts for almost two-thirds of the total market cap. Imagine that the price of stocks such as Apple, Hilton, or McDonald's changed by a factor of four in a quarter characterized by low volatility. Not only conservative investors, but also many aggressive ones would consider it madness to invest in assets like these.
If you do this simple mental experiment, you will understand why people who are not too familiar with the realities of the crypto market are so skeptical about Bitcoin – to say nothing of altcoins.
The last drop from $13,800 to $7,900 was a cold shower for the overly optimistic, while the pessimists declared – for the n-th time - “You see! Told you so!” Nobody knows how much lower Bitcoin can go - this causes much anxiety not only to those investors who have already bought BTC but also to the much larger number of people and businesses that have been considering the idea of purchasing it.
As the BTC price kept falling, investors rapidly switched to stablecoins. For instance, at the height of the panic, the exchange rate of USDT rose to $1.1. Some particularly nervous market players were prepared to lose 10% just to get rid of their BTC quickly, regardless of the slippage. This, too, seems like sheer madness to traditional stock market professionals.
On the other hand, any fiat-pegged token has a different issue – almost zero profitability in conjunction with the higher risks, compared to a bank deposit at 0%. Of course, investors who store crypto as part of their portfolios won't exchange it into fiat. So what should they do?
In the context of the turbulence associated with the BTC and altcoin markets, as well as the zero-profitability of fiat-pegged stablecoins, the new solution from Digital Gold can kill both birds with one stone.
The price of the GOLD stablecoin is pegged to that of 1 gram of 99.99%-pure physical gold. The total number of issued GOLD tokens is equal to the amount of physical gold purchased by DIGITAL GOLD using its own funds. This gold is stored in a vault belonging to BullionStar, a precious metal storage company, located in Singapore and subject to 24/7 audit. At present, there are 7,200 grams of gold stored in the BullionStar vault. The same number of GOLD tokens (7200) have been issued onto the market. Any additional token emission is only possible once the company purchases a new batch of physical gold and delivers it to the BullionStar vault.
This means that each and every GOLD token, either owned by the company or by its investors, is 100% backed by physical gold. DIGITAL GOLD supports instant buying and selling of GOLD in its own marketplace https://gold.storage/en/market . Unlike crypto exchanges, the marketplace allows the company's customers to sell any amount of GOLD tokens at a fixed price and without slippage (here, it's useful to recall those investors who had to buy USDT at the price of $1.1).
The volatility of GOLD tokens in USD equivalent is equal to the volatility of gold prices in the global market. Considering that investors across the globe hold over $7 trillion worth of physical gold, one can say that volatility is definitely NOT an issue in the gold market.
The problem of profitability is taken care of, too. Historically, gold has been growing by 3-5% annually, following the rate of inflation. This means that the price of GOLD tokens relative to any fiat-pegged stablecoins will grow at the same rate. However, we shouldn’t only take the average historical profitability rate into account, but also the current circumstances. Central banks in leading countries keep relaxing their monetary and credit policies. Similarly, the European Central Bank has recently begun a new round of quantitative easing, while the US Federal Reserve is ready to lower the interest rate on dollar-denominated assets once again.
It's a known fact that gold prices grow much faster than average during the years when the monetary policy is eased. Indeed, everyone's favorite precious metal has already shown exemplary growth in 2019. Considering that the economic growth in developed countries is slowing down due to the ongoing trade wars, ever more experts predict that the price of gold will breach $2,000 per troy ounce next year – which will result in a 30-40% increase for GOLD tokens.
Compare this to the zero profitability of fiat stablecoins, and draw your own conclusions.
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#PundiX Announces Recap of May 2019 Activities via Insider Report @peko0413

#PundiX Announces Recap of May 2019 Activities via Insider Report @peko0413

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Dear Pundians,
We’re close to capping the first half of the year, but we assure you that Pundi X has barely scratched the surface in terms of what we can offer in 2019. A lot of works are in progress which we will announce when ready. Nonetheless, we have achieved some very promising milestones for the past few weeks, further highlighting our commitment to bringing easy payments and unparalleled crypto experience to our clients. More product enhancements, merchant activation, greater engagements, and higher security standards — these are what we have delivered last month.

Product Development

XPOS certified by FCC and KC
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We are proud to announce that XPOS received certifications from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and Korea Certification (KC), on top of the certification it has already received from CE and TRA. These certifications will certainly help build XPOS a trustworthy blockchain device as these markings indicate that from a safety and environmental protection perspective the XPOS can confidently be used by their customers.
Pundi X Open Platform is available for token listing from May 11
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At the beginning of the month (1st May) we’ve launched Pundi X Open Platform that allows blockchain developers or businesses to sign up for a developer account to list their ERC20 tokens throughout XPOS, XWallet and XPASS. Not only that, now the developers have the option to create customized XPASS cards. To learn more about how to list on the Open Platform, you can read the instruction here.
NPXS buy back to incentivize quality blockchain developers to list on the Pundi X Open Platform
After announcing Pundi X Open Platform, the team has allocated the tokens from the Partnership Reserve Fund (PRF) to encourage good blockchain projects to list on Pundi X payment platform by subsidizing their initial liquidity pools. The source of PRF is the NPXS that we buy back from the open markets. On May 20, we executed NPXS buybacks equivalent to 500 ETH at around $0.00072 dollars on May 20, 2019.
XWallet improvements
This month we continue improving XWallet by adding more features and support. Here is a list of improvements we made in May:
  1. Added the option to deactivate Google Authenticator
  2. Improved SMS delivery service by fixing the issue of SMS delivery failed in certain countries
  3. Added unlocking feature using fingerprint and facial recognition
  4. Added German language support
  5. Activated NPXSXEM transfer feature to private wallet addresses
XWallet app on Samsung Galaxy Store
We’ve also working hard to make XWallet app on more platform. It is now available on Samsung Galaxy Store.
https://twitter.com/PundiXLabs/status/1130814360245248000
You can use XWallet app for not only topping up and paying cryptos instantly with XPOS merchants across 30 countries but also sending tokens to any XWallet user in the world without fee when the receiver uses the ‘Collection’ feature. Most of XWallet users are also using staking feature from both XWallet and their own ERC20 private wallets to get FX tokens.
As of today, XWallet has more than 200,000 registered users and growing.

Merchant Adoption and XPOS partner update

DoshEx brought crypto payment to coffee shops in South Africa
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Dosh Exchange is now expanding their XPOS footprint to coffee shops in South Africa. Pundians can now enjoy the best coffee in town using XPOS. XPASSes can also be bought in-store and used at the counter immediately.
iBank introduced Cao Jun XPASS card during New York Blockchain week
Limited editions of Cao Jun XPASS card powered by Pundi X and IOST have made its first appearance during a Night at BlockchainImpact event on May 15 during the blockchain week in New York. The cocktail gathered Limited Partners (LPs) and General Partners (LPs), family offices, corporate investment offices, and individuals for networking opportunities and blockchain investments. To get the limited editions of CaoJun XPASS cards, you can order them at https://www.ibankdigital.io/ibankxpass
https://twitter.com/iBank_Digital/status/1129530118852845569
Pundi X and BlockVibe
Thanks to BlockVibe’s cryptocurrency savvy members, Pundi’s XPOS system will now be available in more businesses in the future. This new partnershipwill not only bring cryptocurrency closer to becoming a mainstream form of payment, but will also cement Pundi X’s crucial role in helping realize this possibility.
BlockVibe has successfully held an event on the Korean American Chamber. In this event, XPOS has been introduced to the participants. In the near future, there will be more and more XPOS merchants activated by BlockVibe.
https://medium.com/@Blockvibe/blockvibe-event-with-the-koam-korean-american-chamber-of-commerce-bf8568385734
Bit2Big in Blockchain Summit Nigeria
On 24th May, the CEO of Bit2Big and blkchainafrica, Mr Kiberu Nagenda was presenting at BlockchainSummit Nigeria. Summit participants can also experience the transaction via XPOS devices.
https://twitter.com/Bit2Big/status/1131539944441303040

Pundi X Events

Pundi X at the BitConfBR in Sao Paulo
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Pundi X Brazil team had an action-packed weekend at BitconF held from 6 to 9 May. Attendees headed to our stand and top up cryptos in their XPASS cards and XWallet, while learning more about our company and our advanced XPOS technology.
La Conexion Conference in Medellin
During 21–22 May 2019, Brazil Country Manager of Pundi X Joao Victor Mendes attended the La Conexion Conference held at Country Club Medellin, Colombia. Joao discussed the adoption of digital assets and their direct impact on the retail industry, in light of the huge potential for blockchain development in Latin America.
https://twitter.com/jvictormendess/status/1130140915471978496
Keynote at Blockchain Finance Conference, APAC in Singapore
On May 8 2019, Vic Tham, CEO of Quantum Energy Asset Management and Chief Investment Officer of Pundi X Labs was a speaker at Blockchain for Finance Conference, APAC. Vic Tham has delivered keynote regarding investing in Blockchain or Fintech startups.
https://twitter.com/VicWTham/status/1126921973529899008
Bitcoin Pizza Day
On 22 May 2010, programmer Laszlo Hanyecz bought two pizzas for 10,000 bitcoins. Known as the first real-world transaction with bitcoin, this event paved the way for greater exploration into the world of crypto payments. To learn more about the history, you can read the revolution of cryptocurrency payment at CoinMarketCap.
Pundi X is grateful to be a part of this massive revolution, and of course we celebrated the day by satisfying some Bitcoin Pizza Day-induced cravings. We partnered with Papa John’s in Seoul and offered pizza discounts to anyone who used their XWallets to purchase from the store as well as hosting a 24 hour online XPOS flash sale.
https://twitter.com/PundiXLabs/status/1131189007256174592
XBlockchain Meetup in Seoul
The following day in Seoul, we held an XBlockchain Meetup with Function X Foundation and Dapp.com. In the meetup, we have shared the update and ongoing R&D progress, including upcoming integration with Binance Chain and new social networking service on Function X ecosystem, FX Thread (code name). XWallet users will be the first to preview and test this service before the launch of XPhone.
https://twitter.com/FUNCTIONX_IO/status/1131731391706566656
David Ben Kay, Chief Legal Counsel of Pundi X, has officially onboard to lead Function X Foundation. He shared the foundation vision and status of Function X development in this meetup.
InnoVEX Forum in Taipei
On May 30, I had the honor to be invited to deliver keynote about blockchain for smart payment at InnoVEX, one of Asia’s leading startup platforms in conjunction with Computex 2019 and later participated the panel led by Jason Hsu, Taiwan’s Crypto Congressman with Dominik Schiener from IOTA and Jeff McDonald from NEM Foundation.
https://twitter.com/peko0413/status/1134122186027876352
Pundi X joins the Blockchain Collaborative Consortium in Japan
Japan-based Blockchain Collaborative Consortium (BCCC) welcomed Pundi X on 27 May, in a step for us to engage Japanese institutions and regulations and develop awareness around blockchain. According to BCCC, they promote the widespread adoption of blockchain technology, particularly through the acquisition of latest information and basic knowledge of blockchains, training of engineers and planners, formation of network willingness of practical experiments and implementation, and the implementation of blockchain related business to be widely notified to the market and the adoption of blockchain to various businesses.
The crypto space in Japan is growing at a desirable rate, and we are hopeful that Pundi X will be one of the frontliners in helping BCCC achieve its goals.

NPXS token removal

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Pundi X team has executed the token removal as planned on May 11, 2019. A total of approximately 14.5 billion (7.59 billion of NPXS and 6.95 billion of NPXSXEM) have permanently removed from the supply. You can check the details here.

Monthly unlock token mechanism is completed

The monthly unlock tokens came to an end on May 31 as announced. The team will complete the last batch of unlock NPXS and NPXSXEM by mid June. After that, there will be no monthly unlock tokens.
For the KYC verified NPXS/NPXSXEM XWallet users, don’t forget you have the option to hold your NPXS/NPXSXEM to stake for FX tokens till March 19, 2020.
That’s all for the highlights of Pundi X Insider in May. Hope you enjoy our progress. I look forward to sharing our next update in June!
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Adoption of Nano Discussion

Hey guys - Long term holdetrader of Nano. Been here a year now. Fan of Nano but also critical of Nano because I want to see it succeed. I have some thoughts and would love to hear feedback.
Nano's ultimate goal is to become a currency. I believe its possible but I think approach has to be thought through in order to succeed. Some issues that are in the way:
VOLATILITY: This is solved with liquidity. So, for Nano to stabilize you would need increased adoption. It's a bitch of a problem because as of right now, Nano is mostly used as a store of value.
TAXES ON TRANSACTIONS: This is a problem in the US (where I'm located). (EDIT: If it worked like sales tax in the US, I'm fine with that.. but in those cases, its just added on top of each purchase and not tracked by the consumer)
LACK OF A FIAT GATEWAY: Probably the easiest of the three to fix. You still run into issues making this happen. In the US, its state by state. A third party can handle it for you, of course. This is probably the best approach.
How we do solve these issues? I believe we need to focus on areas in which Nano will be used more often. The unbanked and those suffering from hyper inflation. I believe our marketing should lean toward those areas. Once Nano proves to be a viable currency in other countries (i.e. M-Pesa in Kenya), it will become adopted in other countries. This shows a proven track record. Nano can also focus on countries that don't tax cryptocurrencies like Germany, Denmark, Slovenia, Belarus, Singapore, etc..
While the idea of Amazon and McDonalds accepting cryptocurrencies as payment is awesome.. its just not going to work anytime soon. I believe Nano can prove it works great in countries that will actually use it, instead of forcing the issue too early. The reason Bitcoin was created was because people lost trust in their government. I feel right now isn't the best time to push adoption in the US given all the issues it faces. We've already seen Bitcoin being dropped as a payment option for many merchants. I understand it was due to high fees and long wait times.. but also because it wasn't used. As an American, I have no issue buying things online w/ a credit card. I have a bank. However, I do love the idea of a freedom from centralized services. I just don't think we'll be there anytime in the next 5 years. Other countries need cryptocurrencies. They've been burned by their government and no longer want a centralized authority controlling their lives. If we don't focus on them, someone else will.
Would love some feedback. Feel free to correct me or add to anything I've missed here. Thanks
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Why I have decided to invest in OmiseGo (OMG) now.

I found out about this project last week, though recall seeing their name pop up earlier in the month because of their crowdsale. Since then, I have sold 50% of my shares in other projects, and plan to increase my position greatly next month once I gain more fiat funds. I believe as an investor, OmiseGo (OMG) shows incredible potential, with now being perfect time to invest. I say invest and not trade, as this one is for the medium to long term, and not short.
  1. Omise has been around since 2013. This is not a new company, but rather one with history, core investors (20 million in series A and B prior to their latest crowdsale) and a completely serious established operation and team (70+!). They have offices in Thailand, Japan, Indonesia and Singapore. The company provides a payment management system for businesses to accept payments through their mobile application or online store. They work with AliPay as well for example. They have the PCI DSS 3.2 (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) already in place since November last year.
  2. Omise has just recently acquired one of the three largest payment service providers in Thailand, Paysbuy , a licensed by the Bank of Thailand operator of e-money business, and accredited with Trustmark (DBD Verified) by the Ministry of Commerce. This provides a very well established source of active users.
  3. OmiseGO is their blockchain project : "a public Ethereum-based financial technology for use in mainstream digital wallets, that enables real-time, peer-to-peer value exchange and payment services agnostically across jurisdictions and organizational silos, and across both fiat money and decentralized currencies.” . Which to me means that they are taking all that is great in the blockchain technology, and integrating it with their offering, creating a new advanced Omise service.
  4. Other than the lead team working on OmiseGo, the following are all officially advising the project: Vitalik Buterin (ETH lead ) , Dr. Gavin Wood (ETH and Parity lead) , Vlad Zamfir (CaspeETH lead), Joseph Poon (Lightning Net lead) and Roger Ver of bitcoin.com as well as many others, including a professor of Quantitative Finance. Not aware of any other BC project that has such a list of advisors of this caliber.
  5. Jun Hasegawa, Omise’s CEO, revealed just recently that McDonald’s Thailand (over 240 locations), will be using OmiseGo’s payment channel. A big Press release regarding this news has not been released, and is expected super soon! Also quoting Jun “we're launching OmiseGO to support Omise Payments and all existing stakeholders, including our existing and future merchants, such as McDonald's in other countries in Asia - McDonald's Thailand is just the start. Through OmiseGO, all Omise merchants will be able to seamlessly accept payments in multiple currencies, including ETH or BTC or other cryptos, without needing to know what their client is paying in. And any other payment gateways, including Omise's biggest competitors, as well as global giants like Stripe or Cybersource, will benefit from using OmiseGO/OMG, and are welcome, no partnership or permission needed. The OMG chain will be an entirely public and permissionless network, connected to Ethereum.”
  6. Other than investing in OmiseGo business through their OMG token for all the reasons I detailed here, holders of OMG will also generate an extra income, and quoting Jun : “OMG is a token that secures a public permissionless POS network, whose primary use case is to host a decentralised exchange for digital fiat and crypto alike. It is backed by significant mainstream financial firms in Asia who will use it as the backend for existing digital wallets - think Venmo, Google Wallet, WeChat Pay (examples of digital wallets only) - and for hosting digital fiat tokens for their existing merchant payment network. OMG holders can use OMG to validate the network. If they validate a block correctly, they get paid the tx fees from that block (but if they validate incorrectly, they get punished). Like mining but without the need for hardware.
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These are the main reasons why I have invested in Omise and why I feel it is a great opportunity right now with super great timing. OMG only launched last week on the exchanges, and is already available on Bitfinex, (stating that “OmiseGO is an impressive and professional project, which aims to deliver on the initial promises of blockchain technology: to revolutionize the traditional financial world. OmiseGO provides a wallet and payment network for both fiat and crypto currencies.”) as well as on Liqui and EtherDelta, though personally I would stick to the well-established Bitfinex (as I did). You can dive in with BTC, ETH and even USD. Price is really nice and low, and at a perfect entry point.
EDIT: its now also live on Bttrex!
Omise main: https://www.omise.co/ OmiseGo main: https://omg.omise.co Subreddit: https://www.reddit.com/omise_go/ Slack: http://omgslack.omise.co/
Good luck to us all.
EDIT - 30 AUGUST 2017 : More new points on why OMG is a great investment can be found here : https://www.reddit.com/omise_go/comments/6tvmo4/ten_things_you_may_not_know_about_omisego/
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Why I think OmiseGO (OMG) is an Undervalued Invest Option

Why I think OmiseGO (OMG) is an Undervalued Investment Option
Disclaimer: I am not associated with OmiseGO in any way. I own a very small number of tokens, but I am writing this only to share my perspective. On multiple occasions I have had the opportunity to invest early on, but didn't do so either because I didn't understand the technology or I wasn't convinced of it's potential. Ethereum was one of those things. Big mistake. Though it is purely my own opinion, I'm writing this to convince others that OmiseGO is a solid investment option. My aim is to provide the reasons supporting this belief so that if you decide not to invest in OmiseGO then at least it is an informed choice. Most importantly, please do your own research! I've done my best to be accurate here, but please check for yourself before making investment decisions. All investments in cryptocurrency are inherently volatile and risky, but with good potential for return.
OmiseGO is a Southeast Asia-based company creating an e-wallet that will make transfer of assets and currencies possible. Merchants and users of the wallet can transfer whatever asset or currency they desire. For example, you could use your ethereum, bitcoin, international fiat, or even your airline points to buy groceries using the e-wallet app on your mobile phone. Transfers can happen across borders, or even while traveling abroad. Unlike Western Union or PayPal for example, the fees are almost negligible, and the transfer is instant. Because it's based on a block chain, there are no intermediary banks necessary and users don't need bank accounts to access those funds. This is especially good for migrant workers who send money home and often don't have bank accounts and are forced to use expensive wire services instead. Source
With all of that said, I have some concerns.
For more reading take a look at the white paper!
PLEASE correct me on anything I've written here (with sources of information too to support the correction) and PLEASE add any perspectives or points I missed in the comments (again, with sources of information)
This took a bunch of time to prepare, and tips/donations are always appreciated and welcome :)
Ethereum: 0x0E4e698c0fE48D3Ae228F2b7B4740bF9b5349412
edit: thanks to u/Todoroku for the following comment: OmiseGo doesn't really need a OmiseGO wallet at this point. They want to be the backend exchange usable by ANY e-wallet such as the ones listed in the quote. Getting their exchange up is first and foremost importance imho. Second point Omise is ALREADY used by a large number of merchants in Southeast Asia so your concern about them getting merchants on board is also somewhat misplaced. "At the time of writing, we process eight to nine digits (USD) worth of transactions per day." - per their website As a company they currently have payment gateways in Thailand and Japan. They purchased Paysbuy who is licensed by the Bank of Thailand to operate e-money services. What they need to do is implement OmiseGo as the backend exchange in their existing payment infrastructure. Once that is completed any merchants already using their payment systems would be able to accept any type of currency supported by the OmiseGo exchange. Once OmiseGo is proved out on their current payment channels other e-wallet services like AliPay, PayPal, etc could implement this on their backend as well. So say anywhere that accepted google wallet would then also be able to accept Bitcoin etc.
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Why I think OmiseGO (OMG) is an Undervalued Investment Option (x-post from r/omise_go)

Why I think OmiseGO (OMG) is an Undervalued Investment Option
Disclaimer: I am not associated with OmiseGO in any way. I own a very small number of tokens, but I am writing this only to share my perspective. On multiple occasions I have had the opportunity to invest early on, but didn't do so either because I didn't understand the technology or I wasn't convinced of it's potential. Ethereum was one of those things. Big mistake. Though it is purely my own opinion, I'm writing this to convince others that OmiseGO is a solid investment option. My aim is to provide the reasons supporting this belief so that if you decide not to invest in OmiseGO then at least it is an informed choice. Most importantly, please do your own research! I've done my best to be accurate here, but please check for yourself before making investment decisions. All investments in cryptocurrency are inherently volatile and risky, but with good potential for return.
OmiseGO is a Southeast Asia-based company creating an e-wallet that will make transfer of assets and currencies possible. Merchants and users of the wallet can transfer whatever asset or currency they desire. For example, you could use your ethereum, bitcoin, international fiat, or even your airline points to buy groceries using the e-wallet app on your mobile phone. Transfers can happen across borders, or even while traveling abroad. Unlike Western Union or PayPal for example, the fees are almost negligible, and the transfer is instant. Because it's based on a block chain, there are no intermediary banks necessary and users don't need bank accounts to access those funds. This is especially good for migrant workers who send money home and often don't have bank accounts and are forced to use expensive wire services instead. Source
With all of that said, I have some concerns.
For more reading take a look at the white paper!
PLEASE correct me on anything I've written here (with sources of information too to support the correction) and PLEASE add any perspectives or points I missed in the comments (again, with sources of information)
This took a bunch of time to prepare, and tips/donations are always appreciated and welcome :)
Ethereum: 0x0E4e698c0fE48D3Ae228F2b7B4740bF9b5349412
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  • TSLA
  • RH
  • PLAY
  • WTW
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  • CASY
  • GPRO
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AT&T, Time Warner – AT&T and Time Warner will find out today if a judge plans to allow or block their planned merger deal. U.S. District Judge Richard Leon will announce after 4 p.m. ET whether he is siding with the Justice Department or with the two companies, who announced the planned purchase of Time Warner by AT&T in October 2016.

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RH – RH reported adjusted quarterly profit of $1.33 per share, beating the consensus estimate of $1.02 a share. The Restoration Hardware parent's revenue came in below forecasts, but the retailer issued a strong current-quarter outlook as its new focus on membership and improvements to its supply chain help its results.

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Dave & Buster's – Dave & Buster's beat estimates by 11 cents a share, with quarterly profit of $1.04 per share. The restaurant chain's revenue also beat forecasts. Comparable-restaurant sales were lower by 4.9 percent, but that was smaller than the 5.6 percent drop that analysts had forecast. Separately, CEO Stephen King will retire August 5, to be replaced by Chief Financial Officer Brian Jenkins.

STOCK SYMBOL: PLAY

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Exxon Mobil – Exxon Mobil has made a major push into energy trading to help boost profit, according to Reuters.

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Tesla – Tesla has been accused of stopping an employee from trying to organize a union. Michael Sanchez testified to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) that he was asked by a supervisor and security guards to leave his factory after he handed out pro-union flyers. The NLRB is investigating whether Tesla had violated federal standards.

STOCK SYMBOL: TSLA

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Citigroup – The bank could cut half of the 20,000 jobs from its technology and operations staff over the next five years, according to the Financial Times. The paper said those cuts would come due to automation.

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WPP Group – The ad giant's shareholders are reportedly upset with pay arrangements for former CEO Martin Sorrell, according to a Sky News report that said more than 25 percent of shareholders have voted against the planned benefits for Sorrell. Sorrell left WPP following an investigation into personal misconduct allegations.

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McDonald's – McDonald's is expected to issue details of an organizational restructuring today, with the restaurant chain planning a town hall meeting.

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AstraZeneca, Eli Lilly – The drugmakers have discontinued development of an experimental Alzheimer's treatment after an independent panel said the treatment was unlikely to meet its goals.

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Amazon.com – Seattle's City Council is set to repeal a tax on large employers like Amazon, less than a month after the tax was passed.

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Weight Watchers – J.P. Morgan Securities initiated coverage of the weight loss company's stock with an "overweight" rating, saying Weight Watchers has positioned itself for "outsized" growth through a revamping of its points system for users and significantly improving its mobile app.

STOCK SYMBOL: WTW

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Lands' End – The clothing retailer lost 8 cents per share for the first quarter, smaller than the 17 cents a share loss expected by Wall Street. Revenue came in above estimates despite an 18.9 percent drop in comparable-store sales. Overall sales were up by 11.7 percent.

STOCK SYMBOL: LE

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RightMesh AMA Answers

Thank you for your interest in our project and for submitting questions over the past week for our first AMA!
 
Please see below for our answers. Question thread available here. If you would like further clarification on any of the below, please join our Telegram channel to speak directly with the team.
 
The RightMesh Team
 
 
 

I like you guys the most because you're a BCORP with a great purpose, but what does your organization do better than the competition? Thank you.

 
Thank you for your kind words about our B Corp status, it’s something we pride ourselves on at Left and RightMesh! For those who are not familiar, Left, the parent company of RightMesh, is a certified B-Corp and has won numerous awards for community engagement and corporate culture. B Corps are for-profit companies certified by the non-profit B Lab to meet rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency. As a certified B Corp, Left is committed to doing business “right” – for the good of all. There are over 2,400 B Corps in over 50 countries, covering 130 industries. Some notable B Corps include Ben & Jerry’s, Warby Parker, Patagonia, Etsy, Plum Organics, and of course, Left!
 
We believe there are several differentiating factors about RightMesh, spanning from our organization to our technology. These include:
 
 

Culture & Values:

 
Left’s founders, Chris Jensen and John Lyotier, had a dream to create a company built on core values and an anything-is-possible attitude that can make this planet a better place. We have been recognized as the “Best Employer in BC (British Columbia, Canada)” by Small Business BC, and we are a two-time winner of the BC Tech Community Engagement Award. All employees get to participate in our “Dream Program” in which the company supports us to fulfil our personal dreams and ambitions, and we are given unlimited work hours for volunteering in our community.
 

Team Expertise:

 
The RightMesh team consists of over 100 PhDs, Scientists, Developers, Entrepreneurs, Business Strategists and other experts who have in-depth expertise in Mesh technologies, blockchain and building successful businesses.
 
RightMesh has offices in Vancouver, Canada and Khulna, Bangladesh. We also have project contributors and partners working from Zug, Switzerland and Los Angeles, United States.
 
A key differentiating factor is the fact that our team has strong experience in scaling teams which will be extremely important to the success of RightMesh in the future following our TGE.
 

Executive Team Overview

 
John Lyotier, Co-founder and CEO  
Co-Founder & CEO, RightMesh. John is one of the co-founders and is a key contributor to the global strategy, vision, and technology roadmap for RightMesh, its parent company Left, and all its subsidiary brands. John is an entrepreneur and a successful marketer with more than 20 years of experience in promoting, launching, designing, and jumpstarting new businesses and products through innovative marketing concepts. Under his leadership, the parent company, Left, has gained a national reputation as being a “Best Workplace” award winner while being the first back-to-back recipient of the BC Tech Association’s Tech Impact Award for Community Engagement, recognizing the best company in BC for balancing “Work, Life, and Play”. With RightMesh, he is focused on bringing connectivity to the next billion.
 
Chris Jensen, Co-founder and COO  
Chris began his career in the UK working for multinationals and banks and continued in the banking and brokerage industry upon moving to Canada. He has a strong understanding of the finance markets and has lived the pain of raising capital for early stage companies during the beginning stages of growth, from 25 to 80+ employees. He has founded several start-up companies in his career. In his role as CEO for Left and COO at RightMesh, Chris thrives on understanding the big picture and on moving the levers that drive the company forward. This includes financing, strategic partnerships, and corporate development. Chris holds a BSc (Honours) in Economics and History from Queen Mary University of London.
 
Dr. Jason Ernst, CTO and Chief Networking Scientist  
Jason holds a PhD in the field of Mesh Networking and Heterogeneous Wireless Networks as well as a M.Sc. on Scheduling Techniques for Wireless Mesh Networks, both from the Applied Computing faculty at the University of Guelph. An adjunct professor at the University of Guelph, Jason has more than 30 published papers on wireless networks, cognitive agents, FPGAs, and soft-computing topics and has presented his research at international conferences around the world. Jason is the only Canadian member of the ACM Future of Computing Academy and a member of their executive committee. Prior to joining Left, Jason was the CTO of Redtree Robotics, which designed robots that made use of multiple radio technologies to ensure pervasive connectivity to each other and their operators.
 
Dr. David Wang, Applied Research Engineering Scientist  
Dr. Zehua Wang is the Chief Micropayment Scientist at RightMesh. He received Ph.D. degree from the University of British Columbia (UBC), Vancouver, Canada. He received his master and bachelor degrees in Computer Engineering and Software Engineering, respectively. He holds a research fellow position in UBC. He has published more than 30 peer-reviewed book chapters and papers in topics of mobile ad-hoc networks, blockchain technology, the Internet of Things, and the fifth-generation wireless networks. He has expertise of using optimization and game theories to solve economic problems. He was a recipient of Four-Year-Fellowship and awarded the Graduate Support Initiative Award at UBC. In industry, he has about 10 years experiences of software development. In academia, he served as the technical program committee (TPC) Co-chair of IEEE International Workshop in Smart Multimedia and TPC members in many international conferences, including IEEE ICC, IEEE Globecom, and IEEE VTC, etc. He is a member of IEEE.
 
Saju Abraham, Chief Product Officer  
Saju is a seasoned professional in the realm of mobile and wireless technologies having worked with customers, partners and teams across 19 countries in organizations such as Lucent Technologies, Movius, NEC, OnMobile and Telefónica. His passion for building great products stemmed from his multifaceted experience as a software engineer, architect and product manager, and he currently thrives in bringing multiple cross-functional and cross-cultural teams together to cohesively execute the product strategy for RightMesh. His credentials include a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Engineering and a Postgraduate degree in Management from the Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore.
 
Melissa Quinn, Corporate Development Manager  
Melissa’s passion to empower people to be their best selves is why she has immersed herself in the blockchain, cryptocurrency, and mesh technology world. Heading up Corporate Development for RightMesh, Melissa works closely with the team while constantly seeking Partners, Advisors, and other game changers who are aligned with our vision. She has a BBA from SFU, a background in HR, and a strong desire to put innovative technology at the forefront of doing business as a force for good.
 
Rakib Islam, Co-Founder and CTO of Left  
In his role as CTO, Rakib sets the pace for Left’s application development initiatives, including key recruitment of engineering and mobile technologists. Rakib leads Left Technologies Pty Ltd, Left’s ISO-9000 certified subsidiary in Bangladesh. An active member of BASIS (Bangladesh Association for Software and Information Services), he frequently travels abroad to present an example of the ‘new’ Bangladesh and speak about economic empowerment. Rakib’s credentials include a Master’s Degree in Computer Science and Applications from Pune University, India, as well as being a participant in the US Department of State Professional Fellows Program for Young Entrepreneurs at the University of Oklahoma.
 
Tracy McDonald, Director, Talent & Culture  
With over 10 years working with people to grow their potential, Tracy is passionate about creating dynamic teams that facilitate business growth and positive culture. As an early Lefty, she was instrumental in scaling up the team to over 80 people, without losing the culture that makes Left special and unique. Tracy’s coaching and development work with the Lefties has been recognized with many awards including “Best Workplace in BC” and Community Engagement Winner from the BC Tech Association. Her dedication to making Left a premier workplace, was further recognized when Left became a certified B Corporation. Tracy’s belief in the potential of people allows her to lead with compassion, integrity, and trust. She earned her Bachelor of Science from Simon Fraser University.
 
Dana Harvey, Chief Communications Officer  
Dana harnesses the power of words and technology to engage audiences and compel them to action. As a communications professional with 25+ years’ experience in global markets, Dana combines strong strategic skills with out-of-the-box thinking and the unique ability to craft omnichannel content that resonates and inspires. She has helped large corporations like Nortel, Motorola and IBM develop new markets, managed an international advertising agency, and guided multiple businesses to success through her own communications consultancy. Dana is also an experienced public speaker, passionate about sharing her knowledge and motivating audiences. As an advocate for the full participation of women in all communities, she is especially interested in exploring the positive social and economic impacts RightMesh will bring to women in developing nations and around the world. Dana is co-founder of the Women’s Collaborative Hub, an organization that empowers youth and women from diverse backgrounds. Her credentials include a BA (Honours) in Communications and a Post Baccalaureate Masters (Dean’s List) in Asian Management.
 
Alyse Killeen, Executive Strategist  
Alyse is Managing Partner of StillMark Co. and StillMark Capital, and is one of the very first traditional venture investors to participate as an investor and advisor in the blockchain and cryptocurrency ecosystems. In 2015, the UN Foundation named her a Top 70 Bay Area Digital Leader, and in 2016, Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS), a university under the ambit of Singapore’s national Ministry of Education, appointed Alyse as a Fintech Fellow. In 2017, International Business Times (IBT) recognized Alyse’s contribution to the development of the blockchain ecosystem by including her in the 4th position of IBT’s “VCs Powering the Blockchain Boom” List, following Tim Draper, Mark Cuban, and Naval Ravikant of AngelList and MetaStable. Alyse has presented internationally, been featured in many reputable publications, authored a book chapter in the award-winning Handbook of Digital Currency titled “The Confluence of Bitcoin and the Global Sharing Economy”, and in 2017 contributed to the next book in the series, Handbook of Blockchain, Digital Finance, and Inclusion (2017), co-authoring “Global Financial Institutions 2.0” with Dr. R. Chan of the World Bank. In her role as Executive Strategist, Alyse consults with the executive team, including on the development of the team’s network within the blockchain community and introduction to ecosystem leaders.
 

Our Advisors:

 
Our advisory team consists of advisors who believe in the long lasting success of the project. They have been carefully selected to help built RightMesh over multiple years of operation and are not involved solely for the token generation event.
 
Our advisors include:
 
 

Academic Research:

 
Academic research has been core to the design and development of RightMesh thus far, and will continue to be a key driver for us in the future. RightMesh works closely with Universities on academic research on mesh networks, blockchain technology, and payment channels. We are working on research with the University of British Columbia on density simulation and payment channel development. Since early 2017, we’ve been conducting research on mesh networks and connectivity in Arctic / remote regions with:
 
 
We've received grants from NSERC, MITACS and CIRA to support pilot programs thus far and are submitting a MITACS cluster grant to support over 100 graduate student units over the next 3-5 years. This research covers everything from how to design relevant mesh apps in the communities the mesh is operating in, to performance evaluation of the network protocols, to scalability of micropayment channels.
 

Technology:

 
It is also important how the mesh is designed for scalability reasons. Most mesh networking solutions are built around a store and forward and broadcast mechanism. This mechanism is not scalable and congests the network causing complete breakdown of the network. Even a small amount of devices can quickly cause exponential traffic resulting in extremely high delay and low effective throughput for apps running on broadcast protocols. In the RightMesh network, devices directly communicate with another device, and make smart routing decisions along the way.
 
RightMesh implements autonomous role topology/mesh creation layer - which means devices in the RightMesh network will autonomously detect each other and connect - user intervention in the network role is minimized .
 

Other key tech differentiators include:

 
We don't broadcast data. We compute a route between devices. Our protocol was built to use multiple paths (most use a single path and have long recovery times on a broken connection). The RightMesh network protocols can failover, or use multiple paths at the same time. RightMesh doesn't require the phone to be rooted. RightMesh doesn't require extra hardware. RightMesh can share existing Wi-Fi or Cellular Data, many others can only share Cellular Data.
 
 

Partners & Affiliations:

 
 
Answer provided by the RightMesh Team
 
 

Hello, First, congratulations on the big idea! I'm definitely a supporter. (1/2) My question is how far are you into testing your mesh network?

 
Thank you! We’ve spent the last 1.5 years or so building the protocol stack from the ground up, and so most of the testing that has been done has been around testing the functionality of the stack - including node discovery, single-hop and multi-hop communication, multi-path routing, forming mesh networks with heterogeneous wireless links, and app integration.
 
And over time, we steadily have been improving our end-to-end reliable communications protocol. The protocol originally achieved somewhere on the order of a few kbps when we first started because we did e2e acks on every packet. We have since moved to sliding window and selective ack mechanism which has allowed the performance to climb closer to the Mbps range. However, we still have more work to do in order to achieve the theoretical maximums of the individual links (and even faster if combining links).
 
In terms of testing of the scale of a RightMesh network, we've tested with up to 10 hops on a single path, but can likely support more. Right now the largest offline mesh we've had is 30 devices, limited only by the number of devices we had available at that moment in time.
 
Building a performance evaluation framework is one of our next immediate and important tasks, where we can evaluate the performance of the network under various test conditions - for example how the network behaves based on density, and how does the number of hops impact the response time and data that flows through the network.
 

(2/2) Can I assume I'll only be able to participate if I'm in the surrounding locations? For example: Someone in Indonesia is using RightMesh to try and connect to the internet. Is there a possibility for me to help them if I live in a different country? Thank you and keep up the good work.

 
To be a participant in a RightMesh network, you will have to be in close vicinity with another RightMesh powered node (smartphone) in order to be connected to a network. However, it will be possible for community members to operate devices that provide a “superpeer” layer. These would be fixed nodes with stable, reliable, and ideally fast internet connections. They would provide relaying between different geographically separate meshes - for instance between two neighbourhoods that are too far apart for one mesh to cover them both. They would be required to provide tokens in order to facilitate the channels that need to be made between the buyers and sellers. This would allow them to charge a fee for having their tokens locked up in the channels.
 
We will also open source the superpeer, so people will be able to work off our reference superpeer implementation and build their own custom superpeers. This would let them control the strategy the superpeer uses to allocate tokens into channels. We expect to have a release of the superpeer which supports payment channels by next week. At this point in time the solution is proof-of-concept stage, but some testing has been done to support two meshes communicating with each other through a superpeer where the data seller in each mesh is compensated by buyers in each mesh.
 
Answers provided by Dr. Jason Ernst, CTO and Chief Networking Scientist & Saju Abraham, Chief Product Officer
 
 

What do you see as the biggest challenge with taking your technology to market and hitting your usegrowth targets?

 
Density is the biggest challenge of mesh technologies, and one of the reasons why token economies are required to incentivize users to share their signal when it is available.
 
We are looking to bring in users into the RightMesh ecosystem through the work they do in the network, and provide them economic incentives that will encourage further action. What defines work? Being a part of a relay node in the network for instance - that reduces barriers to entry. Or incentivizing users for taking actions in the app or to consume content such as ads. The more opportunities there are for users to earn, the more people that will join, the more developers that will join the ecosystem, leading to more opportunities, and the network effects loop should grow stronger.
 
Answer provided by Saju Abraham, Chief Product Officer & Aldrin D’souza, Product Manager
 
 

(1/3) What is the theoretical maximum mesh size?

 
There isn't really a theoretical limit. We don't have any hard caps on devices in our code, however locally there may be limitations from individual phones. For instance, I've seen some phones in hotspot mode which only support 6 clients connected to it. On other phones sometimes, as few as 3-4 BT connections. So there are some constraints on the topology and the maximum number of connections one device may have, but it is limited more by the devices, the chipset and Android, rather than our software. We can also get around some of these limitations still using our switching technology, however, this will have a noticeable impact on delay.
 

(2/3) Does the transfer rate for users slow as the mesh size increases?

 
This is less a function of the number of users, or devices, and more a function of the demand on the network. A network with many devices and few users actually requesting traffic may perform better than a small network where all of the users are requesting lots of traffic. There is some overhead in the protocol to maintain the connectivity of devices, however this will be minimal in impact compared to the load of traffic from all of the devices. It also depends on where the traffic is going. If it internal to the mesh it may be possible with a dense mesh that RightMesh could support high throughput internally. The bottlenecks would likely occur in cases where there is lots of traffic which requires the Internet, and there are too few people willing to sell or donate Internet data into the network. Compared to other meshes howevever because RightMesh can support multiple paths, we can split the load across all available Internet connections rather than doing something more naiive like rely only on the closest one, for example.
 

(3/3) How do you plan to test a large scale mesh prior to launch?

 
There is lots that we can do with simulation, or combining simulations with some real devices. We also have a large team in Bangladesh that can help support field tests in some very different environment that we are used to in Vancouver.
 
Further, we are working with researchers at UBC and Guelph so that graduate students can apply some of the latest research methods in simulation and performance evaluation to RightMesh. (I myself have a PhD that relied heavily in this area, and we have several other PhDs on the team who can provide expertise to graduate students in this area. We are also working with some other top researchers in this area who will help in ensure we are straining and breaking the network as much as possible before launch).
 
To be more specific, it will be a combination of stressing various components of the system one at a time, along with tests that stress all of the components at once. We are also building software that can automate various scenarios to test how the phones and the library can handle different topologies and connectivity. Before we consider it ready for launch however, we'll need some wide scale tests with real devices and real traffic. This will likely happen by working with friendly partners who believe in the benefits of what the mesh can provide in very localized applications (think a train schedule app in a crowded city for example). This will inevetiably result in parts of the protocol breaking, which will iteratively repair.
 
Once we are satisfied that the network as a whole can maintain stability, tokens properly account for the data being used (verified on the public testnets), and that users of these early partner apps are having a good user experience, we will deploy to the public network.
 
Answers provided by Dr. Jason Ernst, CTO and Chief Networking Scientist
 
 

Have you had direct interest from large enterprise clients wishing to use the mesh technology in their apps/content strategy as yet, or are you having to reach out to them to generate interest?

 
Yes, RightMesh has been receiving direct inquiries from major corporations and organizations every day. These companies are largely interested in reaching emerging markets and regions where connectivity is an issue, and has been inaccessible until now. Mesh technology, being so new, will enable new types of applications to emerge that have not previously been possible, so proof of concepts for both RightMesh and partners will be a key focus. We’re actively in discussion with companies who are interested in integrating RightMesh into mobile applications, dApps, IoT devices and other hardware products to develop pilot projects.
 
In addition to these inbound inquiries, we have an outbound strategy as well, where we’ve identified key verticals that would benefit from mesh enabled applications. In the near term, over the next year while we harden the RightMesh protocol, we plan to focus on working with partners who provide services like emergency communications, distance education, medical services, and messaging applications, to name a few.
 
We see the need to work with a variety of different types of partners from international NGOs to brand names in order to test various use cases (ex. emergency medical alerts or content distribution from content providers). Our partnership strategy will evolve over time as our protocol matures.
 
We will publish announcements as per our effective disclosure policy once anything is material.
 
If your organization is interested in discussing a partnership or collaboration with RightMesh, we'd love to hear from you! Please email us at [email protected].
 
Answer provided by Brianna MacNeil, Product Manager, Blockchain
 
 

First let me say this product is revolutionary, I know if availability is solved there is no reason not to use this. My question is regarding your choice of an erc20 token, wasn't it more suitable to choose something like IOTA for constant payment of internet access? Are you planning for the payments to be made every second per MB consumed or something like that? Thanks

 

Related question: How exactly to you intend to use microtransactions considering high Tx fees from the Ethereum network?

 
Thank you very much for your feedback!
 
First, for context, let’s explain why and how RightMesh is using blockchain technology. Firstly, the protocol is integrated with Ethereum to uniquely identify each node (smartphone/device) in the mesh network by assigning it a MeshID in a similar way that a MAC address is assigned an IP address. Secondly, participation in the network is incentivized through an ERC20 token, called RMESH, and the network uses a custom implementation of µRaiden to allow for micropayments of micro amounts of data in the network.
 
We are supporters of Ethereum and its strong development community. Scalability and reducing transaction fees are two of the biggest challenges that the Ethereum community is working on now. But, while that is happening, we have also been looking at our own protocol design to minimize the need of Ethereum transactions and tackle the problem of scalability.
 
Every microtransaction that occurs on a RightMesh network does not need to be secured on the blockchain - that is vastly inefficient. That’s why we’ve been relying on a payment channel design based on µRaiden that allow micro transactions to occur in the network between nodes without transaction fees, and not being dependant on the blockchain for every transaction. We think this has to be a joint community effort, and so we’ve published the work we’ve done in porting the µRaiden libraries to Java to be used in our Android libraries.
 
We also believe that being a part of the Ethereum community also means contributing to it and helping it to move forward.
 
We hope that the work we have been doing on µRaiden and porting the libraries to other languages - specifically Java so it could be used in Android applications - will benefit other projects who plan to use the Ethereum network for microtransactions: https://github.com/RightMesh/microraiden-java
 
Answer provided by Saju Abraham, Chief Product Officer
 
 

If Google/Alphabet succeed with Project Loon, will this damage RightMesh's market?

 
If Google’s Project Loon succeeds, it would be a win for everyone and the planet. The same goes for the SpaceX satellite initiatives, the OneWeb project, Facebook’s global internet initiatives, 5G networks, and the success of other mesh networking technologies in the blockchain space.
 
We each share the goal of bringing connectivity to the nearly 4 billion people who do not have access to internet and connectivity. At the end of the day, we, RightMesh, aim to lift millions out of poverty by providing them with access to the societal and economic benefits afforded by the internet and access to information. This is not something that can be solved by one entity. It will take the combination of different solutions and approaches to make this a reality.
 
One major strength of RightMesh is that we can solve last mile connectivity, which is incidentally complementary to many other projects in the space. There is a good opportunity for us to potentially collaborate with some forward-thinking wireless companies, MVNOs, and corporations working on global connectivity projects, to provide last mile delivery.
 
Answer provided by John Lyotier, CEO & Brianna MacNeil, Product Manager, Blockchain
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[uncensored-r/CryptoCurrency] OmiseGO primed for 2018! A breakdown of what we know.

The following post by Beastly4k is being replicated because some comments within the post(but not the post itself) have been openly removed.
The original post can be found(in censored form) at this link:
np.reddit.com/ CryptoCurrency/comments/7uebgk
The original post's content was as follows:
I have been very focused on OMG for a while now and jotting down the interesting bits in wordpad whenever I read an article, listened to a podcast, watched talks/meetups and found something worth noting. I managed to clean it up a bit and format it for reddit the best I could after getting all the new information from the Town Hall Q&A last night. As talking about each point would make this 30 times longer to go through I tried to simplify it but there is much more information to OMG than just this and if you haven't looked into it yet I think you should.
 
Omise/Omisego origins and involvement in Plasma Development
  • Omise is a payment processing company started in 2013 and is now making the move to the blockchain
  • Omise's entire existing userbase will be supported by Omisego
  • Omise has over 50,000 merchants and over 420 million customers (some seen here)
  • Featured on cover of Forbes Thailand in October 2016 as "Fintech Rockstars"
  • Omise awarded the Digital startup of the year award in 2017 by Thailands Prime Minister
  • Thailand ministry of finance intergrated Omise Facepay technology
  • Blockchain lab created in 2015
  • Involved in Plasma development before its public announcement
  • Merchant volume of over $30 Billion from only what we know about
  • First to run Plasma and will provide scaleability to Ethereum
  • Wallet/SDK is open source and white label allowing any business or financial entity to use the network without a formal partnership (Anyone from a local bakery to Paypal and Visa could use the network simultaneously)
  • Staking rewards for validating transactions paid out in your choice of coin *May be limited choices
  • Dex that will provide crosschain transfers to any coins and provide cash in/out services
  • Currently working with many people on the development of plasma/omg including Joseph Poon, Vitalik, David Knott (Now an OMG Dev), Karl Floersch and more
  • Plasma to allow 1 million TPS from the start and theoretically scale to billions
  • Wallet release in Q1 with "conglomerate" integration within a month of release
  • Staking available in Q2
  • DEX TBA (See town hall info below)
 
Advisors
  • Thomas Greco (Special Advisor) Advisor to the Interchain Foundation developing Cosmos Network, the Web3 Foundation developing Polkadot, and has previously served as an advisor to the Ethereum Foundation.
  • Vitalik Buterin (Proof-of-Stake Research: Scalability, Safety, Privacy and also Involved in development of Plasma) Founder of Ethereum
  • Joseph Poon (OmiseGO Principal Author and also Involved in development of Plasma) Lightning Network Co-Author
  • Karl Floersch (Proof-of-Stake Research: Cryptoeconomics, AI Ethics, Implementation and also Involved in development of Plasma) Casper (Ethereum) Researcher
  • Roger Ver (Decentralization Advisor, Human Rights Advocate) CEO of bitcoin.com, First Major Backer of Earliest Crypto Startups
  • Dr. Gavin Woods (Consensus Technology Research, Development and Utilization) Co-Founder of Ethereum, Founder of Parity & Polkadot
  • Jae Kwon (Proof-of-Stake Research - BFT Consensus, Speed, Interoperability) Creator of Tendermint, and Cosmos Network
  • Vlad Zamfir (Proof-of-Stake Research: Economic Security, Consensus Protocols, Correct-by-Construction Protocols) Casper (Ethereum) Research Lead
  • Martin Becze (Scalability research: eWASM, VM’s, microkernels) eWASM (Ethereum Web Assembly) creator
  • Julian Zawistowski (Decentralised Economics Enthusiast) Founder of Golem
  • Ayako Miyaguchi (Regulatory Relations, Financial Inclusion, Crypto Social Impact) Former MD Kraken Japan, Founder of Japan Blockchain Association, Board member of Japan Fintech Association
  • Pandia Jiang (Community Relations, Crypto-Business Advisor) Founder of LinkTime
  • Ash Han (Distributed Economy, A combination of Crypto, Finance, and Technology) CEO of Finector, Co-founder of Cosmos, Angel Backer and Blockchain Evangelist
  • Prof. David Lee Kuo Chuen (Financial Inclusion, Microfinance) Professor of Quantitative Finance, Singapore University of Social Sciences
 
Lots of ties to big players in the financial and business industry since Omise started years back but for Omisego specfically it would be including but not limited to investments and partnerships from
  • MUFG Mitsubishi United Financial Group (2.4 trillion in total assets and invested into Omisego under subsidary Krungsri aka Bank of Ayudhya)
  • True Money (processes >4 billion usd across 6 countries)
  • SBMC (2nd largest bank in Japan)
  • Credit Saison (Third largest credit card company in Japan)
  • Ascend Capital (owns AliPay)
  • McDonalds Thailand
  • SBI Holdings
  • SMDV
  • Toppan Printing
  • Golden Gate Ventures
  • East Ventures
  • 500 Startups
  • More unknown partnerships due to NDA's
  • Have met with Greylock (owners of Coinbase and more, more information currently undisclosed) *No official word of partnership
  • Jun has stated on twitter they are ~"Building relations / connecting 15 different financial institutions across 4 regions and more than 1000+ dev contributors involved"
 
More recent information from the "Town Hall Q&A 0x1" hosted Jan 30th on YouTube
  • Sdk open beta end of February
  • Talking with banks, merchants, hardware partners under NDA (Also mentioned in crowdsale document)
  • Vitalik, Joseph Poon, David Knott, Karl Floersch completed MVP (minimum viable plasma) during a short retreat late last year
  • DEX internal release milestone completed with blockchain running
  • DEX design complete starting to build on blockchain
  • Next milestone is internal testnet deploying nodes and connecting Plasma/omg nodes to ETH testnet
  • Plasma possible "much earlier" than first expected (most likely due to MVP breakthroughs)
  • Plasma final revision will be the same framework as MVP with additional features added as time goes on
  • SDK and Licensing open source under Apache 2.0 no fees to start building on the Omisego/plasma network
  • Working with strategic partners to issue FIAT backed tokens and cash in/out points(atms?).
  • Website redesign coming with an added community hub
  • Transactions nearly instantaneous on plasma, block time yet to be determined
  • Staking will be open and fair to everyone, they are taking measures against whales controlling the network
  • Omisego Advisor Ayako Miyaguchi will be the Executive Director at the Ethereum Foundation effective Feb. 1st
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Daily Newsletter <0731>

[1] Football Team in Gibraltar to Pay Its Players in Cryptocurrency
[2] Indian State Embraces Blockchain Technology to Mitigate Fraud in Government
[3] McDonald's Unveils Limited Edition MacCoin to Celebrate 50 Years of the Big Mac
[4] Smart Dubai, DIFC Courts launch world's first blockchain court
[5] New Cryptocurrency Exchange Targets European Regulatory Compliance
[6] Singapore FinTech Enables Instant Blockchain Remittance for Myanmar Migrant Workers in Thailand
[7] VanEck Responds to SEC’s Bitcoin ETF Concerns In New Letter
[8] Main cinema theaters in Thailand starts accepting cryptocurrencies

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7.27.17 Thursday Stock Movers & News: TWTR, VZ, PG, LUV, DNKN, FB, GILD, PYPL, BWLD, WHR, AMZN & more

Good morning traders of the StockMarket sub! Happy Thursday to everyone. Here are your stock market movers & news on this Thursday, July the 27th, 2017-

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THIS MORNING'S MOST ACTIVE TRENDING DISCUSSIONS:

  • FB
  • TWTR
  • CLF
  • VZ
  • SNAP
  • BMY
  • AMZN
  • SBUX
  • GILD
  • PYPL
  • GNC
  • AZN
  • NOK
  • PG
  • KERX
  • CELG
  • GDX
  • ALXN
  • RTN
  • UPS
  • GDXJ
  • DOW
  • MO
  • SIRI
  • GLD

THIS MORNING'S STOCK NEWS MOVERS:

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Comcast – The NBCUniversal parent reported second-quarter profit of 52 cents per share, 4 cents above estimates, with revenue also beating forecasts. The biggest jump in revenue came from the company's film unit, with a nearly 60 percent increase over a year earlier.

STOCK SYMBOL: KO

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Twitter – Twitter reported adjusted quarterly profit of 12 cents per share, 7 cents above estimates, while revenue was above analyst forecasts as well. However, user numbers were flat compared to expectations for some growth

STOCK SYMBOL: TWTR

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Verizon – Verizon matched forecasts with adjusted quarterly profit of 96 cents per share, although revenue beat. Verizon added 633,000 wireless retail customers during the quarter.

STOCK SYMBOL: VZ

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Procter & Gamble – The consumer products giant reported adjusted quarterly profit of 85 cents per share, beating estimates of 78 cents, with revenue slightly above forecasts. The bottom line was helped by cost cutting measures.

STOCK SYMBOL: PG

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Southwest Airlines – The airline reported adjusted quarterly profit of $1.24 per share, 4 cents above estimates, while revenue also beat forecasts on an improved fare environment and a record load factor.

STOCK SYMBOL: LUV

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Dunkin' Brands – The restaurant operator came in 2 cents above estimates with adjusted quarterly profit of 64 cents per share, though revenue was below forecasts. It also gave a full-year forecast that falls largely below analyst projections. Results were hurt by a sales decline at the company's Baskin-Robbins business.

STOCK SYMBOL: DNKN

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Facebook – Facebook reported quarterly earnings of $1.32 per share, 19 cents above estimates, with the social media giant's revenue also beating forecasts. Facebook's results were boosted by greater advertising revenue for its mobile app.

STOCK SYMBOL: FB

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Gilead Sciences – Gilead beat estimates by 41 cents with adjusted quarterly profit of $2.56 per share, and the drugmaker's revenue easily surpassed estimates. Sales of its hepatitis C drugs did decline, but came in above Street forecasts as well. Gilead raised its full-year sales outlook.

STOCK SYMBOL: GILD

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PayPal – PayPal came in 3 cents ahead of estimates with adjusted quarterly profit of 46 cents per share, with revenue scoring a slight beat. The digital payments provider also raised its full-year guidance as the number of users and transaction volumes increase.

STOCK SYMBOL: PYPL

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Buffalo Wild Wings – The company fell well short of the $1.05 consensus EPS estimate for its latest quarter with adjusted profit of 66 cents per share, and the restaurant chain's revenue missed as well. The company cited high chicken wing costs, increased operating expenses, and lower than expected same-store sales.

STOCK SYMBOL: BWLD

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Discover Financial – Discover reported quarterly profit of $1.40 per share, 5 cents below estimates, although the credit card provider did see revenue come in very slightly above forecasts. Discover saw a jump in loans and deposits, but also saw credit card delinquency rates rise.

STOCK SYMBOL: DFS

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Whirlpool – Whirlpool fell 19 cents short of consensus forecasts with adjusted quarterly profit of $3.35 per share, although the appliance maker's revenue was in line with estimates. Whirlpool's results were hurt by a decline in the Europe, Middle East & Africa region, as well as currency issues. The company also lowered its full-year earnings guidance.

STOCK SYMBOL: WHR

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HP Inc. – HP announced the Hewlett-Packard Enterprise CEO Meg Whitman has stepped down from the computer and printer maker's board of directors. Whitman had been chair of HP since the company and Hewlett-Packard Enterprise were split from the former Hewlett-Packard in late 2015.

STOCK SYMBOL: HPQ

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AstraZeneca – The drugmaker's shares remained pressured after an experimental treatment for advanced lung cancer failed to help patients as much as expected in a trial.

STOCK SYMBOL: AZN

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Royal Dutch Shell – Shell reported that its second-quarter profit more than tripled from a year ago, as oil prices rose and its refining operations performed well.

STOCK SYMBOL: RDSA

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Anheuser-Busch InBev – Anheuser-Busch saw profits rise over a year ago, although they fell slightly shy of analyst forecasts. The beer brewer's bottom line was helped by improved sales in China, Mexico, and South Africa.

STOCK SYMBOL: BUD

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McDonald's – McDonald's issued a statement in China reassuring customers about the safety and cleanliness of its ice cream machines. That came in response to U.S. reports and pictures allegedly showing a mold-covered ice cream maker at a restaurant.

STOCK SYMBOL: MCD

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Amazon.com – Amazon launched its Prime Now two-hour delivery service in Singapore, taking on rival Alibaba head-on in that market. Separately, Amazon has started a secret project aimed at opportunities in health care including electronic medical records and so-called "telemedicine."

STOCK SYMBOL: AMZN

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Discovery Communications — Discovery is now in the lead to buy Scripps Networks according to multiple reports, which say Viacom is now out of the running.

STOCK SYMBOL: DISCA

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Diageo – Diageo reported improved earnings and raised its profit margin targets, after the spirits maker saw sales growth across all its major global markets.

STOCK SYMBOL: DEO

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What is on everyone's radar for today's trading day ahead here at StockMarket?

I hope you all have an excellent trading day ahead here on this Thursday, July the 27th! ;-)

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Monero is a semi-finite resource, like land. If you own Monero, find out the equivalent of the network you own in terms of world land areas.

This is the Monero edition of the legendary topic by coastermonger which compared Bitcoin share to Earth's landmasses.
It's not quite the same because as we know Monero has infinite-emission (although very slowly), but here I will compare land mass to the initial issue of 18.4 million Monero. To arrive at these values I took the bitcoin equivalents and multiplied them by the ratio of (18.4/21) so they may be slightly off but should be in the right neighborhood.
Enjoy your daydreams of owning Cuba! :)
Land Monero Equivalent Sq. Km
Russia 2,063,846.23 16,377,742
Antarctica 1,764,214.34 14,000,000
China 1,175,270.45 9,326,410
United States 1,154,547.98 9,161,966
Canada 1,145,921.10 9,093,507
Brazil 1,066,141.82 8,460,415
Australia 961,946.06 7,633,565
India 360,910.49 2,864,021
Argentina 344,864.84 2,736,690
Kazakhstan 340,203.54 2,699,700
Algeria 300,135.83 2,381,741
Democratic Republic of the Congo 285,682.76 2,267,048
Greenland (Denmark) 272,960 2,166,086
Saudi Arabia 270,893.85 2,149,690
Mexico 244,966.83 1,943,945
Sudan 237,673.45 1,886,068
Indonesia 228,285.42 1,811,569
Libya 221,728.98 1,759,540
Mongolia 195,771.84 1,553,556
Iran 193,004.42 1,531,595
Peru 161,299.09 1,279,996
Niger 159,623.59 1,266,700
Chad 158,678.48 1,259,200
Angola 157,103.29 1,246,700
Mali 153,762.62 1,220,190
South Africa 153,041.82 1,214,470
Bolivia 136,512.51 1,083,301
Colombia 130,892.10 1,038,700
Mauritania 129,231.22 1,025,520
Ethiopia 126,015.31 1,000,000
Egypt 125,441.94 995,450
Nigeria 114,770.71 910,768
Tanzania 111,624.36 885,800
Venezuela 111,151.80 882,050
Pakistan 107,956.30 856,692
Namibia 103,747.14 823,290
Mozambique 99,095.92 786,380
Turkey 96,985.41 769,632
Chile 93,731.70 743,812
Zambia 93,679.53 743,398
Myanmar 82,352.02 653,508
Afghanistan 82,190.96 652,230
France 80,703.61 640,427
Somalia 79,054.07 627,337
Central African Republic 78,505.53 622,984
South Sudan 78,097.36 619,745
Madagascar 73,282.95 581,540
Kenya 71,720.35 569,140
Botswana 71,416.65 566,730
Ukraine 69,755.02 553,544
Yemen 66,532.05 527,968
Thailand 64,379.96 510,890
Spain 62,879.12 498,980
Cameroon 59,568.70 472,710
Turkmenistan 59,218.37 469,930
Papua New Guinea 57,067.29 452,860
Morocco 56,240.64 446,300
Iraq 55,114.94 437,367
Uzbekistan 53,606.92 425,400
Sweden 51,708.49 410,335
Paraguay 50,066.13 397,302
Zimbabwe 48,748.65 386,847
Japan 45,930.69 364,485
Germany 43,938.01 348,672
Republic of the Congo 43,034.23 341,500
Malaysia 41,536.28 329,613
Côte d'Ivoire 40,073.25 318,003
Poland 39,302.66 311,888
Vietnam 39,073.57 310,070
Oman 39,001.74 309,500
Norway 38,344.19 304,282
Finland 38,285.34 303,815
Philippines 37,574.62 298,175
Italy 37,066.14 294,140
Burkina Faso 34,502.99 273,800
Western Sahara 33,520.07 266,000
New Zealand 33,071.84 262,443
Gabon 32,469.99 257,667
Ecuador 32,306.42 256,369
Guinea 30,964.10 245,717
United Kingdom 30,486.88 241,930
Laos 29,084.33 230,800
Romania 28,969.78 229,891
Ghana 28,672.65 227,533
Belarus 25,568.50 202,900
Uganda 24,837.61 197,100
Guyana 24,805.99 196,849
Senegal 24,261.73 192,530
Kyrgyzstan 24,169.86 191,801
Syria 23,140.19 183,630
Cambodia 22,243.59 176,515
Uruguay 22,054.57 175,015
Suriname 19,658.39 156,000
Tunisia 19,577.74 155,360
Nepal 18,064.42 143,351
Tajikistan 17,832.43 141,510
Somaliland 17,339.71 137,600
Greece 16,463.53 130,647
Bangladesh 16,403.16 130,168
North Korea 15,173.25 120,408
Nicaragua 15,120.57 119,990
Honduras 14,099.85 111,890
Benin 13,940.07 110,622
Cuba 13,839 109,820
Bulgaria 13,671.28 108,489
Guatemala 13,503.67 107,159
Eritrea 12,727.54 101,000
Iceland 12,633.03 100,250
South Korea 12,590.06 99,909
Liberia 12,137.79 96,320
Malawi 11,855.52 94,080
Portugal 11,526.62 91,470
Hungary 11,291.98 89,608
Jordan 11,190.41 88,802
Serbia 11,120.35 88,246
Azerbaijan 10,849.92 86,100
United Arab Emirates 10,534.88 83,600
Austria 10,389.33 82,445
Czech Republic 9,734.30 77,247
Panama 9,367.98 74,340
Sierra Leone 9,025.22 71,620
Georgia 8,783.27 69,700
Republic of Ireland 8,680.31 68,883
Sri Lanka 7,905.19 62,732
Lithuania 7,898.64 62,680
Latvia 7,844.33 62,249
Svalbard (Norway) 7,818.62 62,045
Croatia 7,053.58 55,974
Togo 6,853.34 54,385
Bosnia and Herzegovina 6,450.35 51,187
Costa Rica 6,434.34 51,060
Dominican Republic 6,089.06 48,320
Slovakia 6,061.96 48,105
Denmark 5,347.33 42,434
Estonia 5,341.53 42,388
Switzerland 5,040.23 39,997
Bhutan 4,838.24 38,394
Netherlands 4,271.03 33,893
Moldova 4,144.77 32,891
Taiwan 4,065.25 32,260
Lesotho 3,825.19 30,355
Belgium 3,815.49 30,278
Armenia 3,760.68 29,843
Guinea-Bissau 3,543.55 28,120
Equatorial Guinea 3,534.85 28,051
Solomon Islands 3,526.66 27,986
Haiti 3,472.98 27,560
Albania 3,452.57 27,398
Burundi 3,236.08 25,680
Macedonia 3,204.95 25,433
Rwanda 3,108.55 24,668
Djibouti 2,921.03 23,180
Belize 2,873.90 22,806
El Salvador 2,611.16 20,721
Israel 2,561.89 20,330
Slovenia 2,539.33 20,151
New Caledonia (France) 2,302.93 18,275
Fiji 2,302.80 18,274
Kuwait 2,245.34 17,818
Swaziland 2,167.97 17,204
East Timor 1,874.35 14,874
Montenegro 1,695.16 13,452
Vanuatu 1,536 12,189
Falkland Islands (United Kingdom) 1,533.98 12,173
Qatar 1,460.01 11,586
Nagorno-Karabakh 1,443.88 11,458
Kosovo 1,374.58 10,908
Jamaica 1,364.87 10,831
Lebanon 1,289.14 10,230
Bahamas 1,261.41 10,010
Gambia 1,260.15 10,000
Cyprus 1,164.51 9,241
Puerto Rico (United States) 1,117.76 8,870
Abkhazia 1,091.29 8,660
French Southern and Antarctic Lands (France) 966.29 7,668
State of Palestine 710.73 5,640
Brunei 663.47 5,265
Trinidad and Tobago 646.21 5,128
Transnistria 524.60 4,163
Cape Verde 508.22 4,033
South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands(United Kingdom) 491.84 3,903
South Ossetia 491.46 3,900
French Polynesia (France) 482.26 3,827
Samoa 355.49 2,821
Luxembourg 325.87 2,586
Mauritius 255.81 2,030
Comoros 234.64 1,862
Faroe Islands (Denmark) 175.54 1,393
Hong Kong (China) 132.82 1,054
São Tomé and Príncipe 121.47 964
Kiribati 102.19 811
Bahrain 96.40 765
Dominica 94.63 751
Tonga 90.35 717
Federated States of Micronesia 88.46 702
Singapore 86.58 687
Saint Lucia 76.36 606
Isle of Man (United Kingdom) 72.08 572
Guam (United States) 68.56 544
Andorra 58.97 468
Northern Mariana Islands (United States) 58.47 464
Palau 57.84 459
Seychelles 57.33 455
Curaçao (Netherlands) 55.95 444
Antigua and Barbuda 55.77 442.6
Barbados 54.31 431
Turks and Caicos Islands (United Kingdom) 54.19 430
Heard Island and McDonald Islands (Australia) 51.92 412
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 49.02 389
Jan Mayen (Norway) 47.51 377
U.S. Virgin Islands (United States) 43.60 346
Grenada 43.35 344
Malta 39.82 316
Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha(United Kingdom) 38.82 308
Maldives 37.55 298
Cayman Islands (United Kingdom) 33.27 264
Saint Kitts and Nevis 32.89 261
Niue (New Zealand) 32.76 260
Akrotiri and Dhekelia (United Kingdom) 32.01 254
Saint Pierre and Miquelon (France) 30.49 242
Cook Islands (New Zealand) 29.74 236
American Samoa (United States) 25.08 199
Marshall Islands 22.81 181
Aruba (Netherlands) 22.68 180
Liechtenstein 20.17 160
British Virgin Islands (United Kingdom) 19.03 151
Wallis and Futuna (France) 17.90 142
Christmas Island (Australia) 17.01 135
Grand Theft Auto V 15.99 126.9
Jersey (United Kingdom) 14.62 116
Montserrat (United Kingdom) 12.85 102
Anguilla (United Kingdom) 11.47 91
Guernsey (United Kingdom) 9.83 78
San Marino 7.69 61
British Indian Ocean Territory (United Kingdom) 7.56 60
Saint Martin (France) 6.86 54.4
Bermuda (United Kingdom) 6.81 54
Bouvet Island (Norway) 6.18 49
Pitcairn Islands (United Kingdom) 5.92 47
Skyrim 4.82 38.3
Norfolk Island (Australia) 4.54 36
Sint Maarten (Netherlands) 4.28 34
Macau (China) 3.56 28.2
Tuvalu 3.28 26
Saint Barthélemy (France) 3.15 25
United States Pacific Island Wildlife Refuges 2.82 22.41
Nauru 2.65 21
Cocos (Keeling) Islands (Australia) 1.76 14
Tokelau (New Zealand) 1.52 12
Gibraltar (United Kingdom) 0.82 6.5
Wake Island (United States) 0.82 6.5
Clipperton Island (France) 0.75 6
Navassa Island (disputed) 0.68 5.4
Ashmore and Cartier Islands (Australia) 0.63 5
Spratly Islands (disputed) 0.61 4.9
Coral Sea Islands (Australia) 0.37 2.9
Monaco 0.25 2.02
Vatican City 0.05 0.44
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