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PR: SaaS Company Axpire – for a Better Future

February 21, 2018 |

SaaS Company Axpire

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aXpire is an ERP SaaS company offering a suite of products to increase efficiency of service spend and general profit margins. We recently underwent a token sale where we reached our $ 20m hardcap in only 89 hours. As we relaunch our website, we think now is an opportune time to outline the future of aXpire.

To give a high level background, we tend to think of our company as four quadrants, making up a greater whole. We are split between P2P vs. B2B and front end vs. back end. Right now, we have only one quadrant of the company fully built out and in use; Resolvr. This application represents our B2B back end product, responsible for spend management. We are building out a front end add-on, to handle RFPs, under the Resolvr name. Businesses will be able to put out RFPs in a standardized front end, with metric-driven filtering, and full back end spend management support. Our P2P products are built around the concept of a consumer version of our B2B software, a platform for exchange of services and a back end of spend analysis.

What follows is an overview of these products and an overview of recent announcements, with a final look at what the future holds for aXpire.

P2P Product: MatchBX

Our P2P marketplace, Matchbox Blockchain Exchange, MatchBX (pronounced “Matchbox”), is a relatively new concept in the life cycle of aXpire, incorporated in light of the strong demand for crypto-based services in the market. We saw a demand for handling RFPs in the B2B context, and have translated that into a higher volume consumer environment. We are allowing individuals to participate in the platform as part of the new economy, either as a freelancer or as a task creator. We will power this product, as with all of our products, with AXP – driving token value in (yet another) use case.

We will work to expand our Preferred Provider Network, right now featuring Devery among others, to offer customers access to trusted and preferred sources of high value services. This network will provide users access to a trusted product, sometimes at bonus or discount prices, through partnerships these companies have with aXpire.

In the background of this product we will run a different kind of spend analysis, demand prediction, which will drive additional preferred partners to our site. Think of it like surge demand on Uber, except without the associated price increases – we simply point partners towards early indicators of demand and the need for supply to fill any gaps.

We will implement a small fee on all transactions via an AXP burn.

B2B Product: Resolvr

With Resolvr, users are able to view, in real time, spend data across their company; providing live data for intelligence profit maximization. The AXP token serves to reduce the incentive for cyber security threats by securely decentralizing the distribution of our software. As a founding member of the International RegTech Association, aXpire’s blockchain technology leaves an immutable trail of transactions; providing value throughout the auditing, compliance and reporting process.

The methods in use at current businesses are demonstrably inefficient, which is improved with our software as it connects both fringe tasks and central tasks into one; effectively cutting costs by considerable amounts.

Businesses looking to utilize all Resolvr processes will need to use our native token, AXP, on a function by function basis, or in advance. Resolvr’s blockchain enhanced version will be as user friendly as possible, in terms of the AXP token not needing to be shown on our front end, but still serving as the underlying utility token; driving transactions and functions.

Recent Announcements

We continue to make exciting talent acquisitions, including Dom Wolf, as Product Lead. Dom is a Group Product Director at Virgin Mobile, a company associated with sleek design and user friendly products. He is experienced in the fintech sector, and has built his own successful startups, as well as mentored many others. Dom will be the Product Lead on our P2P marketplace, MatchBX, and will act as an active intermediary between management and the UI/UX team. We’ve also onboarded Gina Papush, as Data Analytics Advisor. Gina is the Global Chief Analytics & Data Officer for QBE, and is recognized for proven leadership and expertise in analytic innovation and data-driven strategies. During her 20-year career, she has successfully built leading decision analytic and information management capabilities across diverse industries and business models, delivering significant business results.

We are also excited to announce a fully in-house development team on a go forward basis. Namely, we are proud to announce a new UI/UX acquisition, Henry Doe, who is an award-winning London designer. Henry’s blockchain experience includes a role as UX Lead at Lloyd’s of London. Additional members of this development team include Sojan P S, Blockchain Lead, and Sankar Das G, Product Development Lead. Our other new acquisitions to the in-house blockchain development team will also be announced soon.

Our Future

Expect more updates; our network will only keep growing as we move forward along our roadmap. We look forward to announcing a partnership with a number of significant players in the crypto space and continuing to add to our team. We will aim to share weekly/bi-weekly updates with the community going forward to keep those committed to our project as in the loop as we can, while allowing for time to work on the project. Expect product updates as well, with the potential for early feedback and MVP testing.

Moreover, we remain busy with product development, and will look to sharing our progress with the community as we go.

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Tim Draper on Bitcoin: “Why Would I Sell the Future for the Past?”

February 21, 2018 |

Tim Draper on Bitcoin: “Why Would I Sell the Future for the Past?”

One of the most intriguing things about the cryptocurrency space is the diverse, eclectic, and often eccentric characters it attracts. Everyone from Wall Street brokers to cypherpunks and from industrialists to anarchists can be found staking their claim in the fledgling crypto economy and saying their piece. In a recent interview, venture capitalist Tim Draper was on fine form, producing a number of memorable quotes which encapsulate the bullish mood permeating the cryptoverse once more.

Also read: Kathleen Breitman: Tezos Will “Go Rogue” and Launch Soon

Hodling the Future in Place of the Past

“I think bitcoin is the future currency,” opined Tim Draper on Thursday. In a typically upbeat interview, the entrepreneur, whose net worth has been placed at $ 1 billion, had a lot of nice things to say about bitcoin. In the most quoted segment of his Bloomberg interview, Draper reasoned, ““People ask me, ‘Are you going to sell your bitcoin [for fiat]?’ and I say, ‘Why would I sell the future for the past?’” This augments previous remarks when Draper was quoted as saying: “I don’t know why anyone would want to go back to fiat when crypto is distributed, secure and global, while fiat is subject to the whims of political forces”.

Tim Draper on Bitcoin: “Why Would I Sell the Future for the Past?”While bitcoin’s status as a pure currency is a matter of some debate, it and the crypto assets it shares a space with are forming a new class of wealth storage and money transfer that offers a viable alternative to the status quo. Like most business moguls who are heavily invested in crypto – Michael Novogratz; the Winklevoss twins – Draper is very bullish about where bitcoin is going. The 59-year-old made his money at Draper Fisher Jurvetson, the venture capital firm famed for its investment in billion-dollar startups.

Fortune Favors the Brave

More than 30 years since Draper founded his company, which oversees assets of $ 5 billion, he’s reinvented himself as a crypto entrepreneur willing to put his money where his mouth is. An entrant in Forbes’ recent Crypto Rich List, Draper made much of his crypto wealth through having the perspicacity to snap up the Silk Road bitcoins auctioned by U.S. Marshals in 2014. He was fortunate, of course, to have the capital and the accreditation required to acquire those 32,000 bitcoins, which now look like a snip at $ 18 million.

Tim Draper on Bitcoin: “Why Would I Sell the Future for the Past?”For all the success that foray brought him, Draper’s immersement in all things crypto hasn’t been without its controversies. A high profile backer of Tezos, he’s been forced on the defensive as delays have dragged on and the lawsuits have piled up. One of the biggest bones of contention with the Tezos affair is the extent to which bitcoin has since grown in value. This has benefited Tezos but has done nothing for the investors who parted with their BTC last year on the promise of XTZ tokens.

When questioned about bitcoin’s volatility on Bloomberg, Draper brushed aside suggestions that this was a turn-off for “regular people”. Instead, he chose to focus on the confidence he has in bitcoin, averring: “My bitcoin is more secure than my dollars in the banks…my bitcoin is very secure”. While some entrepreneurs, most notably Steve Wozniak, have conceded that the rough and tumble of the cryptocurrency markets is not for them, Tim Draper seems to be enjoying the ride, and has no intention of selling “the future for the past”.

Do you think Tim Draper is correct to call bitcoin the currency of the future? Let us know in the comments section below.

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Floyd Mayweather on MMA Future, ‘I Don’t Know’

February 19, 2018 |

Moment of honesty from Floyd Mayweather? The leader of The Money Team was leaving the NBA All-Star Game in L.A. surrounded by TMT crew when we asked about Conor McGregor’s new statement … that Floyd has ended MMA fight negotiations.  Floyd…

Bitcoin Futures’ Future: Slow, Measured, No Mom and Pop Investors

February 5, 2018 |

Bitcoin Futures’ Future: Slow, Measured, No Mom and Pop Investors

Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) Chairman and CEO Terry Duffy explained in a recent interview how the decision to list bitcoin futures in the last quarter of 2017 wasn’t made as a result of light or transient causes. Instead, it was a deliberate effort to bring a proven technology to well-financed clients who will help it mature.

Also read: Market Risk Advisory Committee: Bitcoin Futures Self-Certification Works

CME’s Chairman and CEO on Bitcoin Futures

Scarlet Fu put it bluntly. Did the long practice of self-certification within the commodities exchange industry force out or exclude important players such as Goldman Sachs, for example, who were then saddled with bitcoin futures they clearly didn’t want, poisoning the well? Mr. Duffy, CME Chairman, answered immediately, “No.”

“I don’t think it does,” he continued, “because we spent a lot of time working with all our clients, talking to them about all our products, educating them about what we’re thinking. At the same time, there is a competitive issue out there that you want to be cautious of. The self-certification process is a big part of why [bitcoin] was put into place [so quickly].”

Bitcoin Futures’ Future: Slow, Measured, No Mom and Pop Investors
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Questions of industry self-certification have popped up in frequency tandem to bitcoin’s giant price drop in recent weeks. It even became the central focus of the regulator’s first meeting of the year, as both CME and its crosstown rival, Chicago Board Options Exchange (Cboe), were asked to defend the tradition in direct contrast with standard stocks and their grueling gatekeeper, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

Mr. Duffy expanded his answer to Ms. Fu of Bloomberg, stating “[Our bitcoin futures product] didn’t have to go through a six month review (everybody could look at your intellectual property and do a copycat, lookalike product). We don’t have the same model as the Securities model. Ours is completely different. I think that the self-certification process works. We worked closely with our regulator. We worked more closely with them on this product because of the unique nature of this product.” 

Bitcoin Futures’ Future: Slow, Measured, No Mom and Pop Investors

Bitcoin is a Proven Commodity

Cboe was the first to list bitcoin futures, but CME’s week-later entrance into the ecosystem was largely seen as validation for the decentralized currency’s legitimacy and resiliency. CME is about as mainstream as finance can get. It owns several exchanges, and among its holdings is the Dow Jones index.

Remaining on the self-certification issue, Mr. Duffy defends the decision to list bitcoin. “At the same time, and I said this on my earnings call this morning, this product has been around for nine years. It’s not like it just showed up yesterday. Volatility [in traditional markets] has been low the last couple of years. What has not been low in volatility? It’s been bitcoin. People are clamoring for some kind of [volatility]. All the sudden this product becomes very much front page news. We’ve all been talking about bitcoin, and there’s been a lot of conversation about,” he explained. That conversation often turned to volatility and risk, and CME is not in the business of introducing more risk but, instead, managing it.

Bitcoin Futures’ Future: Slow, Measured, No Mom and Pop Investors

“We list [bitcoin futures], and we list it with a whole new group of standards. I said today on my shareholder earnings call I would not reduce any of those standards in order to make money on this product. I think it’s important we take a very slow approach to this, and make sure the product is rolled out properly.”

Ms. Fu asks indignantly, “So that high initial margin of 43% … under no circumstances would you lower that?” By way of perspective, commodity margins are usually single digits. Mr. Duffy’s answer is somewhat surprising, as it seems he really believes in bitcoin futures for the long term.

Protecting Ma and Pa

“That’s not what I said,” the Chairman and CEO corrected. “I would not do that in lieu of trying to get volume on it. I think the product needs times to mature. I think we’ve got to get more people involved in it, more commercials involved in this product. One of the reasons we have a five bitcoin per contract, versus our competitors having a one bitcoin contract, is I wanted to make sure I did not attract what is referred to in the business as the ‘moms and the pops’ trading it. I wanted to make sure people had a really good idea about what they’re getting into. I don’t want to attract a craze of people attracting to a marketplace when they’re not quite sure what they’re doing,” he cautioned. CME’s Chairman defended the high margin rates while the sot price tanked, stating

“Now, you look at the price of bitcoin. When we listed it, it was at $ 19,500 day one CME listed it. Today, it’s around $ 9,000 a bitcoin. We have a 43% margin, as you referenced a moment ago; we have had an over 50% decrease in that product. We are still holding 43% initial margin on that product today. It goes to show you the risk management processes we have in place for all of our asset classes but especially something like this when people were concerned about a quick break or a quick rally.”

Ms. Fu also asked about the prospect of listing other cryptos. Mr. Duffy pained a little at the question, “I’ll be honest with you Scarlet, we have not made a decision if we’re going to pursue other cryptocurrencies or not. I was very clear with the management of my company, and my board and my shareholders: this is new, this is controversial, but at the same time, if you look at the evolution of finance, everything was new, everything was controversial. We’re taking a very measured approach towards cryptocurrencies, and I will tell you right now we have no plans in the immediate future to bring out new cryptos right now,” he remarked candidly.

What do you think of Mr. Duffy’s comments? Let us know in the comments section below.

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Survey: Indians See Brighter Crypto Future than Americans

January 18, 2018 |

Survey: Indians See Brighter Crypto Future than Americans

Despite repeated government warnings against crypto investing, a sizable majority of Indians feel optimistic about the future of cryptocurrencies. Just as many Indians, as Americans, 7%, admit they own bitcoin or an altcoin, according to a survey that covered 6 countries, including major markets. Indians are more optimistic, however – 68% believe that most people will be using cryptos in the next decade, compared to 45% of the US respondents and 47% of the Russians. Indonesians are the strongest believers with 74%, way above the average of 69%. Japan is third (66%), while the Brits are the skeptics of the bunch (44%).

Also read: Mining Operations Offered to India After Mixed Signals from Beijing

Coins Preferred to Stocks for Investment

Acquiring cryptocurrencies is more attractive to Indians than investing in stocks or bonds. 16% of the participants in the study said they would buy cryptos if they had $ 1,000 to spend. Saving in a bank account, however, is still considered a major option – almost a quarter of those asked (24%) admitted they would entrust their cash to the traditional financial system.

The survey was conducted by Pundi X, a cryptocurrency point-of-sale solution provider, together with Foundation and through Opeepl mobile “live sampling” technology. The Indonesian company has been preparing to enter the Indian market with a network of POS terminals. The stubbornness of the government in Delhi, refusing to recognize cryptos as legal tender, may have forced Pundi X to put its plans on hold, according to local media. Indian citizens and businesses have insisted for clear guidelines in regards to trading, mining and taxation.

Nevertheless, the potential of the Indian market has been recognized by Pundi X’s management. One in every 10 bitcoin transactions in the world takes place in India, company president Constantin Papadimitriou told Quartz. Other cryptocurrencies are also attracting attention in India, but bitcoin is the pronounced leader with 68% of Indian respondents placing it first, when asked “Which cryptocurrencies do you know?”.

Survey: Indians See Brighter Crypto Future than Americans

3,000 people from 6 countries, including 500 Indians, have answered questions tailored to determine their attitude towards bitcoin and its alternatives. The “State of Cryptocurrency report” explores mainstream adoption and coin acceptance in India, Indonesia, Japan, Russia, UK, and the US. It has been conducted from Dec 21, 2017 to Jan 2, 2018, with respondents aged 18 to 59 years old. The study reveals a healthy interest in cryptocurrencies, while evaluating purchase behavior.

Cryptos Wanted More than Phones and Drones

The report compares crypto purchases to other items that consumers may consider buying. According to its authors, people in the surveyed counties would prefer investing in cryptocurrencies (12%) to spending on an iPhone X (7%), a VR headset or a drone (both 1%), if offered a thousand dollars. A fancy dinner isn’t much higher in the list with just 3%. Saving in a bank, however, is still the top option in all six countries with 33%, but with 11% buying stocks or bonds falls behind acquiring cryptos.

Survey: Indians See Brighter Crypto Future than Americans

The study clearly shows that people from very different jurisdictions want to use their cryptos for both investing and trading (35%) and for making purchases (again 35%), with their “storage of value” feature placing third (27%). Selling goods and services (16%) is just a digit behind paying outstanding bills (17%), when it comes to spending cryptocurrencies. 13% of the interviewed would use bitcoin or any other to transfer funds locally and 10% for international transfers.Survey: Indians See Brighter Crypto Future than Americans

The unstable value of bitcoin remains a major concern for most respondents, along with the excuse “I don’t know how to spend the cryptocurrencies”. With just 5%, “It’s illegal” remains last among the answers to the question “What are the reasons that you don’t purchase/own bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies”. Crypto owners, however, make frequent transactions – three quarters of them have made at least 2 in the last 3 months. With 24%, local online exchanges are preferred by people considering to buy bitcoin or an altcoin. Almost 60% of the interviewed think of cryptos as “digital money”.

Do you think governments will take into account their citizens’ attitude towards cryptocurrencies, when crafting regulation policies? Tell us in the comments section below.

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Merkel’s Political Future Hinges on German SPD Vote

January 18, 2018 |

Delegates from Germany’s center-left Social Democratic Party will meet to decide whether to forge a ruling alliance with Angela Merkel’s conservatives and usher in the German chancellor’s fourth term in office. What’s News Europe

Goldman Sachs Recognizes Bitcoin’s Future Potential

January 11, 2018 |

Goldman Sachs Recognizes Bitcoin's Future Potential

First, Jamie Dimon of JP Morgan Chase says he regrets calling bitcoin a fraud. Now, legacy bank Goldman Sachs is formally recognizing how cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin could act as global money. 2018 might be shaping up to be the year bitcoin gets more mainstream than ever.

Also read: Huge Bitcoin Conference Stops Accepting Bitcoin

Goldman Sachs Recognizes Bitcoin's Future Potential

Goldman Sachs Considers Bitcoin as Money

Bitcoin as Money, a proprietary research paper published internally by Goldman Sachs, argues, “Our working assumption is that long-run cryptocurrency returns should be equal to (or slightly below) growth in global real output—a number in the low single digits.” Eventually, “digital currencies should be thought of as low/zero return or hedge-like assets, akin to gold or certain other metals,” they claim. As a money in the way most people understand it, Goldman is open to the idea “in theory.”

Goldman Sachs Recognizes Bitcoin's Future Potential
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The US legacy bank of banks, Goldman Sachs has been around 150 years. It existed decades before the Federal Reserve, and it has withstood many financial fads. Goldman employees go on to run the world, occupying the highest offices in governments. When it speaks on a subject, markets listen.

Goldman researchers Zach Pandl and Charles Himmelberg explain how their findings reveal in “recent decades the US dollar has served its purpose relatively well,” however, “in those countries and corners of the financial system where the traditional services of money are inadequately supplied, Bitcoin (and cryptocurrencies more generally) may offer viable alternatives.” Use cases aplenty can be found, from Zimbabwe to Venezuela.

“The widespread use of the dollar,” they continue, “outside the US — and full dollarization in some countries — suggests there is already demand for an internationally accepted medium of exchange and store of value.” Bitcoin ripeness.

Goldman Sachs Recognizes Bitcoin's Future Potential

Heavy Yoke of Government Money

Missing from their analysis is the yoke, heavy and planetary in reach, of the US greenback as the world’s reserve currency and store of value. It’s key to understanding the entire cypherpunk reasoning behind cryptographic money. With the US dollar comes the Fed system. That apparatus in turn is propped up by the US Treasury, which itself is kept insulated from monetary competition by the US military and judicial structures.

Goldman Sachs Recognizes Bitcoin's Future Potential
Charles Himmelberg

Treaties and global realism make fiat currency appear much more “stable” and “valuable” than it might be otherwise without institutions of coercion. Goldman’s authors consider exactly none of this. The two researchers actually predict bitcoin’s acceptance by Goldman and other institutions mean laws and regulations are coming. This will spur adoption, they believe. Bitcoin, they argue, needs to compete ultimately with the dollar’s transactional low cost.

It’s easy to wax about three decades of US currency hegemony, as the authors do, when ignoring reality. Low inflation and trade-weighted exchange rate stability, which buttress their argument bitcoin/crypto is no match for fiat beyond emerging economies, are maybe less desirable relative to the actual costs – if only they were stated side-by-side. Indeed, a supermajority of foreign exchange reserves are in US dollars, and one third of all exchanges settle in its dead presidents. Crypto has a long way to go.   

The authors do acknowledge bitcoin’s potential to serve unbanked populations. In countries like India and China where widespread dissatisfaction with domestic currencies is growing, so will bitcoin, they write. At present the authors view bitcoin as being “more consistent with a classic speculative bubble.” That fact doesn’t seem to be stopping their employer from setting up its own crypto trading desk, however.

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PR: The Future of Trading Is Here – Social Trading Platform Trak Invest

December 23, 2017 |

Social Trading Platform Trak Invest

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TrakInvest, a virtual social trading platform has been disrupting the financial services landscape across Asia since 2014. Headquarted in Singapore, with operations in India, Thailand and Hong Kong, TrakInvest, at its core, is about “Crowdsourcing of Financial Wisdom” and rewarding its participants in a decentralized economy, based on performance and insights. Backed by an experienced management team, TrakInvest provides Social Trading and Certification programs to its 100,000+ user community.

TrakInvest began as Bobby’s vision during his private equity days when he saw the existence of information asymmetry driven by the fact that the institutional investor had superior information and analytical tools at their disposal vis-a-vis the average retail investor. TrakInvest was built to empower the average retail investor with “crowdsourced” sentiment tools to create a level playing field removing the information asymmetry that has plagued them for so many years.

The platform which currently provides virtual equity trading will also be introducing a virtual trading platform for cryptocurrencies and the next generation AI sentiment tools that enable social listening to generate profitable equity trading signals and ideas. These proprietary tools will be developed using the social trading data and behaviour collected for the last three years. TrakInvest also plans to launch 250 ‘TrakInvest labs’ and ‘centres of excellence’ across universities in India, Thailand and Singapore over the next 18 months. This will not only promote investing as a life skill but also expose, train, and re-skill technical talent on blockchain and cryptocurrencies, as a way of giving back to the growing cryptocurrency community.

With the TRAK Token, TrakInvest will introduce a reward economy where the producers of trading data, insights and sentiments will be globally rewarded in a transparent and frictionless manner.

“The concept of social trading and the concept of cryptocurrency came together nicely because now we could actually set an incentivisation and a monetisation model not only for TrakInvest but also for its users” says Mr. Bobby Bhatia, Founder & CEO, TrakInvest

Bobby Bhatia has been an ex-private equity banker with 25 years of experience in J.P Morgan Asia, AIG Asia and O’Connor & Associates. The TRAK token will be made available through the Pre – ICO sale at a 23% discount which began on 16 December 2017. All details and whitepaper available on

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Taylor Swift Shoots Music Video with Future, Unveils Busty New Look

December 20, 2017 |

Taylor Swift’s hanging with Future — and we do mean hanging — for a music video shoot where she’s putting her best … forward in a BIG way. How do we say this? Taylor’s boobs look huge. There, said it. She and Future kicked it on a luxury…

Ford uses virtual reality to describe its vision of transportation’s future

December 3, 2017 |

The drone dived underneath a bridge and zoomed right behind a vehicle. Then the ride ended — and the participants took off their goggles.

For five minutes, attendees of the L.A. Auto Show can experience what Ford calls “the city of tomorrow” through a virtual reality “roller coaster” that showcases…

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