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US stocks Markets : Weekly technical views 31 July to 4 August 2023 , Gold , Oil , EURO , bitcoin

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Crypto Market Faces Pressure Following Unexpected US ADP Employment Data

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Bitcoin Retreats to $30.6K as Blowout ADP Report Strengthens Fed Rate Hike Bets

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Events For The Week

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Blockchain Adoption Accelerating in the Accounting Industry | SPARK Blog | ADP

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ADP National Employment Report: Private Sector Employment Increased by 127,000 Jobs in November; Annual Pay was Up 7.6%

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Instagram(META) will be using Arweave (AR) to store their Digital collectibles

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I requested the Crypto.com SOC2 audit report and got denied. As a customer, you should request it too, and here's why:

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Very important week for Stock and Crypto markets! Outlook into 2022! 15.12.2021 Update!

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Very important week for Stock and Crypto markets! Outlook into 2022! 14.12.2021 Update!

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Very important week for Stock and Crypto markets! Outlook into 2022!

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The markets outlook into 2022. Very important week for the stock and crypto markets ahead!

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What does mass adoption look like?

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Me and my buddy are thinking of a startup coin trader/crypto management and we’d love some feedback if people in this community are willing to use a program like this

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Pay me in crypto

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I use Strike and set a recurring buy. You can even automatically deposit cash from your paycheck if you use ADP direct deposit. When I get to around .01 I move it to my cold storage.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I was legit buying that through ADP/cb with a portion of my paycheck for like a solid year, ended up dumping at a loss before I ran about 300%, now it's up 300% from there

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

So how do you set this up? My 401k is just in ADP being managed by some fund manager.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

So will I be able to allocate funds in my 401k to have some exposure to bitcoin? ( I use ADP if that matters)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

another employment data metric came through under expectations (meaning less likely a rate hike): U.S ADP NONFARM EMPLOYMENT CHANGE (NOV) ACTUAL: 103K VS 113K PREVIOUS; EST 130K

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Key Financial Events Next Week: 1. JOLTs Jobs Data - Tuesday 2. ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI - Tuesday 3. ADP Nonfarm Employment Data - Wednesday 4. Initial Jobless Claims Data - Thursday 5. Consumer Sentiment Data - Friday 6. November Jobs Report - Friday

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

https://www.bitwage.com/ there are probably other SAAS solutions by now, bitwage was the first and seems pretty reputable. Eventually this will be baked into ADP and everywhere else.

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Big week ahead with lots of data dropping and ofcourse snapshot Wednesday. Heres some important data of the US dollar and yields which can influence the markets; - Consumer Confidence & Job Openings on Tuesday 4.00PM European Time. - ADP Non-Farm Employment Change & Prelim GDP on Wednesday 2.15PM & 2.30PM European Time. - Core PCE (key for FOMC) and Unemployment claims on Thursday 3.30PM European Time. - Unemployment Rate & PMI on Friday 2.30PM and 4.00PM European Time.

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This weeks Macro events : Tuesday: - House Price Indices - JOLTS Wednesday: - ADP Employment - Pending Home Sales - **US GDP** Thursday: - **Jobless Claims** - **PCE Report** - **Eurozone CPI + Unemployment** Friday: - Employment Situation Report - Global Manufacturing PMI's

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Key Financial Events Next Week: 1. ISM Manufacturing data - Tuesday 2. JOLTS Jobs data - Tuesday 3. ADP Payrolls data - Wednesday 4. Jobless Claims data - Thursday 5. July Jobs report - Friday 6. ~25% of S&P 500 companies reporting earnings

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tldr; Key US economic data is due this week. An increase in the US dollar's volatility should move the cryptocurrency market too. The NFP report is the highlight of the week. Bitcoin's consolidation around $30k in the past few weeks has brought little activity in the market. If the US dollar's volatility rises, Bitcoin's volatility may also rise, leading to increased activity in the cryptocurrency market. Three events that might move the US dollar next week are the ISM Manufacturing and Services PMI, ADP Employment Change, and Non-Farm Payrolls. Positive surprises in these data releases could strengthen the US dollar. The ADP Employment Change, which is released before the Non-Farm Payrolls report, will provide insight into job growth in the US economy. The market expects the US economy to have added 195k new jobs in July. The NFP report for July is due on the first Friday of the month, with expectations of 200k new jobs added and a steady unemployment rate of 3.6%. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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tldr; Bitcoin fell below $30,000 as the U.S. job sector experienced strong growth in June, increasing expectations of an interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve. Bitcoin's price dropped to a 24-hour low of $29,904 before recovering to around $30,140. This decline also affected the rest of the crypto market, with the total market capitalization dropping 2.9% to $1.22 trillion. The ADP report revealed that the U.S. created 497,000 jobs in June, the highest in a year. The employment report is a crucial factor for the Federal Reserve in determining monetary policies. The market is currently placing an 89.9% chance of a rate hike by the Fed. The release of June's inflation numbers will also impact the Fed's decision. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Correlation between macro news and intraday price action isn’t 100% sometimes bad news are still followed by rallies. Supply & demand However ADP missed heavily yesterday compared to actual numbers today that’s for sure

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Schizo casino ![gif](emote|emo_pack_1|candle_shaking) Futures rip through shorts, BTC follows ripping through shorts as well all because of a number release ADP completely messed up their estimate and now markets will react to the actual numbers ![gif](emote|emo_pack_1|wojakiss) US500 SPY FUTURES jumped +0.4% just to dump back below release numbers -0.6% within minutes lmao

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

We went down due to ADP job numbers being double of what was expected. More or less locked in a rate hike later this month.

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Macros this week Monday: * US markets close early * Global Manufacturing PMI's Tuesday: * US markets closed Wednesday: * Global Composite PMI's * FOMC Minutes Thursday: * Services PMI * ADP Employment * Jobless Claims * JOLTS Friday: * Employment Report A very long weekend for the US stock market. Expect most price action to happen today during the short session and possible more interest for crypto than usual outside of it ![gif](emote|emo_pack_1|dancing_wojak)

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

USA: use ADP to send direct deposit to checking account in exchange, in this case Coinbase

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Lower rates? Which Fed you watching? The ADP data suggests another.25 beeps this year.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

ADP says far more jobs than expected were added this past month. JPow’s definitely gonna raise rates.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

ADP employment comes out this morning as well. Expected jobs add of 148k. If we see a negative number AND get 25bps as expected later then we will see some ugly shit.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Also are they extrapolating from ADP a private company’s estimates? Would be easy for someone at ADP to edge the numbers a little

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

ADP jobs report. It came in slightly cooler than expected.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Does ADP or regular payroll providers offer BTC deposits?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

More fun today! ADP jobs report came in a lil warm, more powell, and even more powell in 2 weeks! Yay!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Of course theres nothing concrete about 12k. Its just a reasonable lower low. We could hit 6k. Not likely, but definitely possible. You say I'm jumping to conclusions based on limited data. Sure. But you look at the data you have, and you can start to base some assumptions. Like I currently dont believe BLS employment statistics for shit. Why? Based on the fact that bls numbers were what, 1.2m jobs higher than the ADP report in November, then they suddenly closed the gap? Million jobs. Poof. Now we're supposed to have 517k jobs in January? Oh. Look at the seasonal adjustment factor at near record highs! Convenient. But then the data says -10k full time jobs, and possibly erroneously high numbers of part time work. Lets assume the numbers are accurate. We lost full time work, but gained a lot of part time work. That's pretty weird in a good economy. Most people work to pay bills. So why would they chose part time work? The government handouts are coming to an end. Maybe full time work is unavailable. Maybe they have a full time job, but need more to make ends meet. Yes, data is always limited, but you can infer, observe, and recalculate. And to be perfectly fair, you will need the luck, as crypto exchanges and projects will likely not be getting any tailwinds in the event something does break in this recession to end the bubble of all bubbles. When the banks fail, the government backstops them. When mortgage lenders fail, the government will be there. NO government will be there for crypto. There is no backstop except 0. We don't know how bad this recession will be, but it isn't hard to imagine. So yessir. While I am long term bullish on crypto, I sincerely wish you good luck.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Only if a large well established payment processor like ADP or Paychex got on board. Even then, it would be completely left up to the employee how much pay they'd want allocated in BTC. Trust is huge. Too risky for corps to gamble their largest expense on a crypto upstart. Personally, as a believer, I'd only start with 3-5%. To start, I'd set a cap of 10% for all employees.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Jobs number is out tomorrow. ADP which usually foreshocks the number had a very low number. Could be bullish implying less hikes. Could be bearish implying recession. Could be crabbish as well.

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ADP National Employment Report: Private Sector Employment Increased by 106,000 Jobs in January; Annual Pay was Up 7.3%

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Shit tons of companies use QuickBooks and ADP. Why is this a surprise to anyone or meaningful???

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You can't be 100% sure of many that aren't just mathematical properties of the universe, but to me it's unlikely to be corrupted. Todays data was from ADP, a very large payroll company releasing a report on its customers. Today separate data also released that showed unemployment filings last week coming in under projections. That data is collected by states and then added up. Tomorrow is the jobs data for December 2022 from the Department of Labor which is more comprehensive in size than the ADP report. Job openings also reported to have dropped less than expected. Generally all of these, if faked would be difficult to actually fake for even just a few months. Lie about unemployment at the federal level would require coordination with state level agencies and probably every labor advocate group, homeless advocate group, investment firms, banks, every universities economics/business/finance departments. Investment firms around the world monitor economic/labor activity in the US too for their own invesment advantage seeking, so you'd have to get the major non-US banks and market players who do their own analytics to also lie and somehow have major shifts in unemployment not reflect in lower revenue on their balance sheet each quarter and end of year. Job openings can be approximated by collecting historical job postings data across job boards and surveying employment agencies and any company willing to give/sell data to data firms Then there's the matter of managing to suppress unemployment number and how that would reflect in resources of day to day life and unrest. You'd at least see higher rates of evictions, bank forclosure, strain on food banks, homeless shelters etc. The complexity of corrupting the data requires high levels of cooperation worldwide across different organizations public and private

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

And as of the ADP payroll data report, odds are now rising. Up above 40% now, compared to just over 30% yesterday.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I can't wait for the ADP jobs data tomorrow morning to be bizarrely hot and cause us to go back down to the 15k zone. They don't even have Coke Zero there.

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US jobs report is out tomorrow. Estimate is 200,000 jobs added. Yesterday's ADP report was a bad miss so I think the same happens here. I guess 75,000 added and we skyrocket because logic is more broken than a McDonald's ice cream machine.

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tldr; US private sector employment increased by 127,000 jobs in November and annual pay was up 7.6% year-over-year, according to the ADP National Employment Report. Job creation slowed by the most since January 2021, led by construction and other interest rate-sensitive sectors. The report details the current month's total private employment change, and weekly job data from the previous month. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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So I assume they did not use a normal payroll company like ADP. They just payed people with FTT?! But what about health insurance etc? I. The US these systems are pretty tight and hard to circumvent. But if they did all these people will also now get visited by the IRS. Maybe. If they had W2s or 1099s. What if they didn’t?! What a mess….

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Tomorrow will be an important day for market fundamentals: * ADP employment change * Fed interest rate decision * Fed's monetary policy statement * FOMC press conference

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*ADP we're home even when you're not. -*Security service jingle. Going to have to change that up when unemployment runs rampant.

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ADP employment data in 15 mins - Happy Shorting

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Lots of big news today, we got US Mortgage data, Imports Data, Balance of Trade, ADP Employment change. All coming out at 12pm. Trade wisely ! (Shorts)

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1 - can't this be done without crypto/blockchain/NFTs? The Steam marketplace does this pretty well right now, and lots of games have their own in-game tournament/trading functionalities. 2 - How would this work? I guess couldn't the site just provide the source code, or at least the portion of the odds section? Would you really need a blockchain or anything? 3 - This functionality exists in payroll systems today (ie ADP, Workday etc) No block chain/crypto needed...

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

If all of my assets were in BTC then I would absolutely spend it on mortgage, food and utilities. I’d rather get paid in BTC and pay bills in BTC than get paid in fiat, xfer it to BTC just to pay the bills. Until getting paid in BTC and paying bills is more mainstream, it’s a tough slog to use BTC as a monetary device. That all being said, the adoption is happening at a growing rate. The biggest hurdle now IMO is getting in BTC without needing strike or intermediary. Really hoping ADP, Paychex and Paylocity are able to generate something soon.

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There is not enough talented Americans. It also makes our country stronger by being innovative, not weaker. Educate yourself instead of hating. Here is [an article](https://techstartups.com/2020/06/28/these-are-the-25-u-s-s-biggest-tech-companies-founded-by-first-and-second-generation-immigrants/) showing tech companies found by first and second generation immigrants. These have created tons of jobs for Americans. Here is the list: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Oracle, IBM, Uber, Airbnb, Yahoo, Intel, EMC, eBay, SpaceX, VMWare AT&T, Tesla, NVIDIA, Qualcomm, Paypal, ADP, Reddit, Slack, WeWork, Stripe, Cognizant, Intuit, 3M, and Zoom. Not too shabby, yeah?

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

strike is best to buy small amounts of bitcoin, simple and quick. then transfer to your wallet. You can even setup your paycheck through ADP to deposit bitcoin into strike. I haven't found the best solution for the reverse when it comes time to trade your bitcoin for fiat, but now is not the time to do so anyways.

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The asset I’m sad to buy through Coinbase is up over 15% since ADP paid me, it already would’ve made more fiscal sense just to eat the fee and buy it myself I’m probably gonna throw everyone’s order into one giant wick to selli into, the whores

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

ADP already paid me, but it looks like coinbase is waiting for the top of a rally to actually initiate the buy. Probably going to turn that off.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

My company uses ADP and I was able to set up a direct deposit payment to Strike every payday that gets auto-converted to Bitcoin. It's on autopilot and I just sweep to cold storage once per quarter. And I think Swan offers similar services + auto transfers to cold storage.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Wish ADP would do this.

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I can get behind an ADP coin !

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There are other apps too, Citi Bank (Citi), Afirm, Credit Karma, American Express, ADP (big for businesses using payroll), Lyft, and other companies. Highly suggest going through ALL your financial institutions and verifying. I already found 12 on the list that I've used.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That's just the ADP report. It usually differs a lot from the actual numbers which we will see Friday morning. Optimism should be more cautious for now.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

With job numbers blatantly manipulated to look stronger than reality (ADP which reported negative losses in jobs) I expect CPI to come out hotter than expected and thus damp

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tldr; Gold futures edged higher on Friday, notching the steepest weekly gain since mid November, following a stronger-than-expected monthly rise in the US job market. The jobs data was in “such contrast” to the ADP private-sector jobs report from Wednesday, Peter Spina, president and CEO of GoldSeek.com, said. The ADP had said US businesses shed 301,000 jobs in January, which was the biggest drop since the start of the pandemic. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Just Google it. It's the private payroll report from ADP.

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Lol. I think the adoption will first come from 401k or retirement accounts. That way companies can essentially outsource it to retirement brokerage providers like Fidelity and just offer crypto ETF’s in the basket of accounts. It will then probably spread to payroll providers like ADP. If those providers make it easy and there isn’t some large tax issue, I don’t see why companies wouldn’t allow it as an option. Companies that provide the option could have recruiting benefits. That is going to be my business case as we are trying to hire top talent. Being one of the few companies who offer this option could be a differentiating factor.

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If you are in the US you can sign up for Strike. They will provide you with you an account and routing number to setup direct deposit for your paycheck. Use this information in your paycheck app (such as ADP) or bring this information to your employer/HR to set it up. Then select how much of the direct deposit you want to allocate to Bitcoin in Strike.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

If it is a big enough company they will be using a third party provider like ADP. From there it is super easy, just input routing/account numbers and the % of your salary.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Indeed. I will say that the Strike route is the easiest to manage from an accounting perspective. That way we aren't carrying a volatile asset and needing to track gains and losses in order to pay our employees. We have not explored what would need to go into that from an accounting perspective, since the "pay me in bitcoin" feature in Strike seems to do the same thing without the extra overhead. People simply add their strike account info into ADP (our payroll provider) and elect however much they want deposited into that account. The employee then controls if they want of that amount converted into BTC. So for instance, I personally have a set amount that just gets automatically sent to Strike and converted 100% to BTC. This happens at the same time that the ACH is paid to my bank account. No different from electing to have money sent to both your checking and savings accounts on payroll. ​ I personally believe this is the best way forward, and eliminates the need for us to offer paying directly in Bitcoin, and shifts the accounting responsibility onto the employee instead of carrying the overhead ourselves. All this at zero cost to us and zero cost to the employee.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

True, they should just skip all that and just post the report on thier customer portal (ala ADP and Salesforce). Would simplify the whole process.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Agree - they are under no obligation to share it. And I completely get their hesitation. However, if enough customers request it, maybe that would sway them? Hence the post. See Salesforce and ADP as examples - who do annual SOC1s and SOC2s of all of their products, and publish them to their customer portals - likely due to constant customer requests. Kinda defeats the purpose of the report if they don't share it with it's intended audience right?

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

They may not lose in the long term, but there would be up-front costs. Modifications to benefits, tax and accounting software systems, training for HR/payroll staff, etc. Many firms outsource payroll, so once companies like ADP start offering crypto, it may rapidly become a common option.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

>I'm just being realistic. That's funny, because most of what you said is plain wrong. >The world is not entirely digitized, and definitely not entirely accustomed to crypto or the idea of micropayments. How long have debit cards existed? >Accounting software, customs, laws and infrastructure will take decades to change to accustom new concepts. At least in the US, software and laws already allow for your employer to pay you as often as they want as long as it's what you contractually agreed to. Some employers are still using old ass payroll systems though. Anybody on ADP can literally pay you by the minute if they wanted to. For tax purposes the only thing that changes is the filesize of your export. Welcome to 2021. >Not to mention that in many industries, whatever you do needs to be reliable enough that a complete failure of servers and the internet has a backup plan There is literally 0 1st world countries that have a backup plan for the shutdown of their banking servers. I thought you were being realistic. >This isn't the year 2100, Correct. It is 2021 and this has all been possible since 2010.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

There were some people on here in the past that had checked out of fiat and were all in on Bitcoin: paid in it, used it for bills, etc. I haven’t seen them around much lately but they were here. There’s the Bitcoin Family, who in 2017 (IIRC) sold everything and put it all in Bitcoin. They travel the world and live off it. While yes, many employers are behind the curve here (simply because it’s *easier* to use the likes of ADP because a majority of employees would like direct deposit as opposed to Bitcoin) there are many options now to get paid in Bitcoin that don’t involve the employer at all: * Bitwage * Swan Bitcoin * Strike * Cash App (need to buy after DD or set it to buy X amount automatically). Paying with Bitcoin I can’t help much with however with Cash App and Coinbase you can get a debit card and with Cash App sell the amount of Bitcoin needed to use the card or in the case of Coinbase use Bitcoin as a funding source. While not the same as using Bitcoin it at least allows someone to “spend” Bitcoin anywhere a debit card is accepted. One of aforementioned redditors that lived off Bitcoin had some good posts about how they did it; if I dig it up somehow I will add it to this comment (not sure I can as I believe they deleted their account).

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I meant to buy ADP and wound up buying ADA. Damn it.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Same. Im in process of ditching ADP for Paylocity. If someone were to offer this, could easily sway my opinion. Did see where Coinbase has something like strike rolling out soon too.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

When will ADP, Paychex, paylocity and other payroll service firms catch up? They should already have these options integrated somehow via a partnership with Binance, Coinbase or other. This looks super fascinating to me, just now learning this exists, excited to fall into the research rabbit hole tonight.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Great messaging. On a side note. ADP and Coinbase are working on pay in crypto direct deposit.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; US private companies added 330,000 jobs in July, according to payroll management firm ADP. This is the smallest increase since February. The Labor market recovery continues to exhibit "unpredictable progress, but progress nonetheless," said ADP's Nela Richardson. The 10-year Treasury yield crashed to its lowest level since February before erasing losses. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I’ll be shocked if ADP could even get their app to work right

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

As someone who works for ADP, I can confirm that this is not a thing they do for their employees, nor their clients. I would imagine that ADP will at some point hold BTC in their treasury and may one day integrate crypto considering their service is to provide pay options and support for businesses.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

ADP 🤣🤣🤣

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

They can’t and won’t do this because of payroll taxes. If you’re an American then Uncle Sam needs a way to get their cut and they have no mechanism of doing that with bitcoin. Not to mention tons of rules surrounding 401k plans, social security, unemployment, etc. Also, I used to work at ADP and they’re going to file that request in the round file.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

God I hate ADP

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

ADP are a bunch of idiots.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Can we lobby ADP to offer BTC as a payment method?

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Nah ADP cant do it cuz theyre a bunch of boomers stuck in the past

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

If you could get ADP to offer this as a service it would be awesome for the coin

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

If word got around the office and the only person you mentioned it to was HR, that's a serious confidentiality breach. Also, there's a 0% chance ADP can do this. It does help that they'll be asking ADP about it though, the more inquiries they get about Bitcoin, the higher the chance they'll actually implement it.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Wooo i am interested in this as ADP takes care of my pay system too 👍 please follow up

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Payroll service ADP sent a market research survey to customers today about doing business in "cryptocurrency". Growth.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Right now I have DOGE, SHIB, XLM, ADA, ETH, ADP, VET, MATIC, & VTHO Looking to buy XRP on next dip. Maybe safemoon.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Well buying DOGE at $0.30 (right when it was introduced to WeBull and Elon hyped it up) and ETH when it was low $3000's (When NFTs were being hyped up and you purchase them with ETH tokens) but those were so commercially popular that it was a given, so they don't count. These aren't as popular. I mainly follow ADP. Sushi was in the $16's a couple days ago, CTSI was $1.80 on May 8th, CIVIC was $0.68 on May 8th now dipped to $0.48, MANA... ok I just like saying "I'm refilling my MANA" that is speculative but nah just ADP has dipped for all of them, I expect them to return to normal though.

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Why doesn’t a payroll service provider and a crypto exchange partner up? Example: Coinbase and ADP. Would operate much the same way as my 401k. A portion of my pay goes to checking and fiat, another portion withheld for taxes in fiat, yet another deduction for 401k and a deduction for Coinbase deposit into any coin(s) designated as long as it’s supported by Coinbase. This would allow for easier DCA and increase participation overall. If a lower tier payroll provider wanted to upend ADP dominance, this may be a very interesting way to peak many businesses interests.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Does it have to be a single coin. If ADP and Coinbase partnered, my paycheck could be decided up in any which way. A bridge would need to be built, but seems like smart people could figure it out.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I am 33, I bought my first smartphone at my 29. I had a tablet and a laptop but I never wanted a smartphone, because I was seeing that my friends were always distracted when we were going for beers and I didn't want to spent stupid money. They were making fun of me, but now I'm 33 and in 4 months I will be able to buy my apartment by myself without the help of crypto but I had to work 2 jobs from my 19 until now. Their bank accounts they are empty, but they have almost all the versions of iPhone and Samsung galaxy. Btw I bought the smartphone because i had to sign in by using gps on my last job(ADP). Otherwise, I would still be with the old fashioned one with the huge buttons. I came to the crypto as I find it a nice investment, but if you already are owning an apartment. I wouldn't be able to achieve all this if I didn't had the support of my wife. She is the boss even in crypto. I have to take permission ;)

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I'm guessing the ones that laughed are a bit more senior? They laughed because it's a lot of work and refocus of resources to accommodate this. The business was created and runs on a specific goal. Anything that takes away from that focus is not efficient. Creating the policy, how to execute the payout, tax implications, protections from audit, legal concerns, and generally what would happen in specific scenarios etc. Now what we should do is get the payroll services like ADP to provide these so that employers can just offer it.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

If you work for a large software company, they most likely pay employees through a payroll service like ADP. Unless ADP offers a way to pay employees in Bitcoin, there would be no easy way to coordinate payment in BTC. Even if they’re not using a third party service, they would either pay you a fixed amount of BTC (let’s say 2 BTC if you make 120k/year) or just convert your salary to BTC every paycheck. If your salary is in BTC, they either have to pre-purchase your entire annual salary to make sure they have enough to pay you for the year, or they have to hope it doesn’t go up in value astronomically. If that happened, they’d probably just find a way to fire you. If they just take your USD salary and buy the equivalent amount in BTC every paycheck, then you’re really not gaining anything. And they still have a mess when deter,inning your tax withholding and benefits payments, retirement contributions, unemployment, disability, etc. If you are someone who gets paid under the table, that’s a different story.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Also, from a practical standpoint, who is your payroll provider? If ADP (or whatever they’re using) doesn’t offer it, that’s the end of the convo.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What my dms look like since shitposting in this sub https://imgur.com/a/ADP4JSt/

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