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Ex-UK Chancellor Philip Hammond Urges Accelerated Efforts to Become Crypto Hub: FT

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Crypto in Denmark.

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Financial media is trying hard to crash crypto.

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Financial media is trying hard to crash Bitcoin

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NY Times, Bloomberg + FT file court order to BLOCK redaction of customer information in FTX filing essentially DOXXing all customers

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📝 Web3 Field Notes

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Taylor Swift was in talks to sign a $100 million deal with crypto’s latest anti-hero: FT

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UK set to announce new crypto regulations: FT

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Alameda Research Shouldered FTX Loss of Up to $1B Following Client's Leveraged Trade in 2021: FT

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Binance, Coinbase, Kraken ordered to disclose user data in hack probe: FT

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BlockFi Sues a Sam Bankman-Fried Company Over Robinhood Shares: FT

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Bankrupt BlockFi Sues Sam Bankman-Fried for His Robinhood Shares, FT Reports

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Gemini Lending Partner, Genesis Global Capital, Paused Withdrawals- Another One About to Bite the Dust

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A report in August by the regulator of the US audit profession, said its inspectors found deficiencies in all four of the public company audits carried out by Prager Metis. Prager Metis is the audit firm for FTX and the other is Armanino. FT reported.

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Gemini Sends Statement on FTX to Users

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FTX had only $900 million in liquid assets backing $9 billion in debt: FT

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Hedge fund Galois Capital says half its capital stuck on FTX exchange -FT

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Crypto hedge fund Three Arrows Capital fails to meet margin calls -FT

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Shouldn't exchanges delist FTṬ by this time around already?

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Priceless marketing-media coverage

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Binance just bought FTX: What does this mean?

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I don’t subscribe to superstonk but I saw this post in popular. I copy pasted it because I can’t post a direct link. See inside for more details of what this user thinks is going on. I take zero credit for the content:

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What kind of N-FT avatars do you want to come next❓

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FT Cryptofinance: JPMorgan turns to ex-Celsius exec for crypto advice

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Bitcoin Magazine BTC conferences

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FT: “We can't believe we're writing this... but long-term inflation-linked gilts have now crashed even harder than Bitcoin”

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Even the FT has noticed (albeit begrudgingly)

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Yes, we really went there.. We dissected the recent FT Tectonic series podcast episode "The Church of Bitcoin" line by line, and the outcome is below. Please do share / let us know your thoughts!

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Binance blockchain suffers $570mn hack (FT paywall)

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FT: Why we need a wealth tax

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UK regulators find flaws in audit of crypto-friendly neobank Revolut: FT

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No Too Punks Collection with FT as a Service (NaaS) Utility!

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Celsius CEO 'took control' of trading strategy in January and clashed with staff: FT

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ACTUAL blockchain use cases

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Alt season is on: Polygon launch of the native Cronos MMF coin raises almost $130 million in 24 hours - oversubscribed by 12,880.49%

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Do you know how Bitcoin is working internally?

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China’s exiled crypto machines fuel global mining boom

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Whenever you get overwhelmed by dumb posts and comments here...

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Cryptocurrencies: how regulators lost control | FT Film

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Cryptocurrencies: how regulators lost control | FT Film

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Evergrande Deadline Dates in the FT. I believe these are the dates to watch...

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$BANG - A real usecase low MC gem! | 2 Major Top 10 Exchanges on the way! | Audited and KYC’ed | Locked Liquidity! | Doxxed Team | BSC Token

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$BANG - A real usecase low MC gem! | 2 Major Top 10 Exchanges on the way! | Audited and KYC’ed | Locked Liquidity! | Doxxed Team

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$BANG - A real unused low market value gem! | 2 Big Top 10 Changes On The Way! | Audited and KYC | Locked Liquidity! | Doxxed Team

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$BANG - A real untapped low market cap gem! | 2 Major Top 10 Exchanges on the way! | Audited and KYC’ed | Locked Liquidity! | Doxxed Team

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💥B.A.N.G. Decentralized [$BANG] is about to Blast Off 🚀 [Low MC Gem ] | 2 Top 10 Exchanges on the way! (10X-100X incoming!) | USA Dev Team Fully Doxxed | Audit ✅ | KYC’ed ✅ | 🔐Locked Liquidity & Dev wallets! | Join us 🔥

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Cost of breakfast foods hits 10-year high. The FT Breakfast Indicator has shot up 63% since 2019. This is NOT transitory, despite the lies of policy makers. If your salary isn't rising enough, you should be hedging against inflation.

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FT says "Cryptocurrencies will be as useless in the metaverse as they are now". Terrible ill researched article. Clueless fiat media trying to remain relevant, as more and more people wake up everyday to the massive fraud that is Central bank

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The FT said your an idiot for thinking crypto is worth anything in either the real or virtual world

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Admit it. Meme coins are so good at marketing. See how a coin named after Elon's dog (FLOKI) baited even mainstream newspapers like Financial Times.

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2008 financial crisis post is misleading, 47 bankers have been jailed, half of them just on Iceland.

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How to research coins

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BANG - Blockchain Audits Nfts Gaming | Top Class Blockchain Security and Nft Applications | Launching Soon!

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🚀BANG Launching soon - Blockchain Audits Nfts Gaming | Top Class Security Applications

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Differences between a BTC futures ETF and BTC ETF, why SEC favours the former?

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One of Australia’s largest pension funds - the Queensland Investment Corporation which manages A$92.4bn of assets and is Australia’s fifth biggest pension fund - has said it may make small investments in the cryptocurrency sector: FT

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How animated videos can be NFT?

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🚀 BANG | Launching soon | BEP Casino | Big marketing | New Influencer on board | Dev team Doxxed

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Another quality project in BSC. B.A.N.G. Crypto, B.lockchain A.udits N.FT's & G.aming

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Leading financial partner of the automotive industry, Auto1 FT, introduces car financing on blockchain (ETH)

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Auto1 FT Becomes First European Company to Use Ethereum Blockchain in Car Financing

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Auto1 FT Becomes First European Company to Use Ethereum Blockchain in Car Financing

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🧁 Fantom Token 🧁 The Next Big Project $FT includes many influencers on there team which will help push the token to bigger targets.

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What does "FUD" actually mean?

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Tether says it doesn't hold Evergrande which means they probably hold Evergrande lol

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Tether says it doesn't hold Evergrande... so i guess we had luck this time... but this should be a red flag anyway

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Here is what ACTUALLY happened today in El Salvador

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Probably the best analysis of how we're all early - and why global adoption is inevitable (long read)

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Top U.S. regulator is right, crypto needs regulation: Says Expert Analyst Chicky Nuggy

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Shall we play a game? I promise it won't hurt.

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Crypto believers want to know: What’s the carbon footprint of the US military?

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Which platform or crypto is most likely to reinvent the stock market?

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China lays down challenge to the West on Crypto - FT article.

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More FT FUD - Man Group boss: crypto has ‘no inherent worth’ but is good to trade

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Hedge Funds Back Away From Binance on Regulatory Risks, FT Says

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45% Pump in 48 Hours: $DOGIRA On the Rise | Whitepaper + FT Dev + NFT blockchain gaming | Huge News Weekend

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Pepe Vs. Elon Musk (FT Jack Dorsey) #Bitcoin

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All About Me

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NotTheOnion: A 29yo Bitcoin billionaire named 'Bankman-Fried' said he may buy Goldman Sachs.

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Crypto exchange Binance temporarily suspends payments from EU's Sepa network -FT

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Marshall Wace to make foray into investing in crypto sector: FT

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Saif vs Financial Times.

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"Traders lend out cryptocurrencies in quest for huge returns" - FT

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Preempt the massive MSM FUD today about "UK bans Bitcoin/Crypto/Binance!"... its not...

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Preempt the massive MSM FUD today about "UK bans Bitcoin/Crypto/Binance!"... its not...

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Hedge Funds Plan to Allocate 7% of Portfolios in Cryptocurrencies by 2026: FT Survey

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Bullish news for bitcoin

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Hedge Funds Plan to Allocate 7% of Portfolios in Cryptocurrencies by 2026: FT Survey

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Actually all these kinds of document are kind of NFT already just none digital so FT.

Mentions:#FT

Murdoch doesn't own FT, it's a Japanese conglomerate

Mentions:#FT

> FT is a British humour website. That's a nice one :) > As a doctoral student I have free access to it and look into it multiple times a day to relieve my stress. I just bypass the paywall. If you put archive.is/ before the URL you get the content of the article

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FT is a British humour website. The earlier you understand it the more you will enjoy it or the less you will suffer by looking at it. As a doctoral student I have free access to it and look into it multiple times a day to relieve my stress.

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Heh...I obviously follow the FT, WSJ, etc You really don't care Peter Thiel was pumping bitcoin in Miami just as his firm was selling all their holdings to the rubes? He cashed out and made a $1 billion on it - not bad. He has great homes, a jet, all the good things money can buy

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Since I guess you don't subscribe to the FT, here's the key point Thiel and Co (Founders Fund) had been holding bitcoin since 2014, then, as the FT notes *In April 2022, about the same time that Founders Fund sold out of most of its cryptocurrency holdings, Thiel said he was optimistic about the future of bitcoin. He told a cryptocurrency conference in Miami that “we’re at the end of the fiat money regime” and suggested its price — which was then trading at about $44,000 — could increase by a factor of 100.*

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Nope - just a fact How can you have any interest in investing and not be familiar with the FT? It's like saying you follow sports in the US and have no idea what "an ESPN" is I'm shocked, TBH, but as long as you make some $ and cash out at the right time, like Peter Thiel in that cover story, then all's good I assume you've heard of Thiel - co-founder of PayPal, Palantir, and Founders Fund, first outside investor in Facebook?

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The FT is among the most respected financial newspapers in the world, in business since 1888 Like the WSJ, if you haven't heard of it, you really shouldn't be investing

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Who's "the billionaire owner" of the FT? It's owned by Nikkei, Inc. the Japanese media company Maybe you're think of Rupert Murdoch and The Times?

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This is pretty standard bitcoin from FT, they are deeply skeptical or bitcoin since the beginning. Their editorial position is consistent. Haters gonna hate!

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The Financial Times is owned by Nikkei, Inc., a Japanese media company. Criticisms of Nikkei. > Nikkei Inc. through its main publication The Nikkei is said to have formed an "institutionalized" relationship with the national government through the so-called "press clubs", where large national newspapers such as The Nikkei are given "privileged access to officials, whose perspectives they end up sharing." This symbiotic relationship between the government and national newspapers and broadcasters leads publications to "avoiding any actual confrontation with the administration." > According to reporters such as Shusuke Murai and Reiji Yoshida from The Japan Times, the Nikkei is “depending too much on leaks — apparently provided by corporate insiders — and the paper is often seen as reluctant to bluntly criticize Japanese firms.” The New York Times reporter Hiroko Tabuchi said the Nikkei’s purchase of the FT “Worrying", further stating that "[The] Nikkei is basically a PR machine for Japanese biz; it initially ignored the 2011 Olympus accounting scandal (which FT broke). Nikkei has also hardly covered the Takata airbag defect; almost no investigative work on that issue whatsoever. Nikkei is Japan Inc. Interesting to see exchanges pulling out of Japan and now seeing this report from a news company that is owned by a Japanese company.

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The FT uses cookies and the front page shows key word articles that link to your previous search terms in connected websites. So as you Google bitcoin, the front page will show you "related" articles even if they are out of date.

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I don't think the FT is a case of that.

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FT is the rolls royce of financial media. I won't vall them stupid

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FT is trying to get clicks like any other website. If people like clicking on crypto doom stories they'll deliver that.

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tldr; On this edition of the Fix The Money podcast, Niko and Yaël cover the latest articles from the Substack. They discuss the Davos crowd and Bitcoin (FT on the crypto train?) The rise of maximalism (as a good thing) and the fragile excitement of the Bitcoin Lightning Network. They also discuss the importance of publishing on "block time" *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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1. Do not quit your full time job 2. Work your 40 to 50 work week then work your trading job after hours and weekends (yes you can do that with algo trading, buys, profit taking settings etc). The rest of the time is leaning and researching. 3. If you are going to do it FT forever then you will need at least a million and expect returns of 10 to 15% pa 4. You maybe lucky to get on the train if one shitcoin but that's just luck really

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Very interesting. Can't find a source on the China thing (the FT link below doesn't appear to mention it). Sauce?

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Pull them from the (FT)X-Files?

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As if... this had anything in common with Bitcoin. Those FT fiat shills really hate us.

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https://12ft.io/proxy?&q=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ft.com%2Fcontent%2Fb15680c0-cf31-448d-9eb6-b30426c29b8b ☝️Original FT article without paywall.

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It's not that easy. Even just Dollarisation would be a challenge and then ofc you're dependent on FED policy. An article from 2 yrs ago in FT: "Dollarisation would not save Argentina": https://archive.is/38AoM Defaulting on loans and then copying El Salvador: Dual currency standard of USD and BTC with inventives to invest in the country + funding raised on a BTC backed bond market, where the country mines at least half of the BTC in the bond itself could be interesting but it's much too early for that and too much volume for what BTC can do today likely and too much fiat world surrounding. Are we really at a stage where a population the size of Argentina should try to be on their own devices - [minarchy](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Night-watchman_state) with govt not interfering with some shitcoin to keep basic social services running?

Mentions:#FT#BTC

Article for those paywall Please use the sharing tools found via the share button at the top or side of articles. Copying articles to share with others is a breach of FT.com T&Cs and Copyright Policy. Email licensing@ft.com to buy additional rights. Subscribers may share up to 10 or 20 articles per month using the gift article service. More information can be found at https://www.ft.com/tour. https://www.ft.com/content/465fb224-3fc9-4b37-81d4-39eece1041df ago* when people started tagging me on Twitter. They all thought it was really cute that I’d only just found out,” he said, emphasising the back half of the sentence by adopting a Californian accent. Elliott said he has never bought crypto. Nor has he considered turning his accidental fame into a career as a crypto influencer. He also, when prompted, denied being Satoshi. Nevertheless, coinbros would often find him online and offer him “bits of bitcoins” that he deposited in a wallet created specifically for the purpose. These unprompted donations amounted to £1500 at the market peak, which was around when he cashed out after gifting “about £10 each” in tokens to his sons. Elliott offers no explanation as to why his slightly speculative story about UK bad bank proposals became embedded in crypto’s alpha block. “It’s one of those stories I was relieved was right,” he said. “It was an OK source but . . . well, it was a Christmas New-Year story. I’ve no idea why [Nakamoto] used that piece or who he is. Perhaps he knew something we didn’t.” Because of its place in crypto history, copies of The Times from January 3, 2009, have held their value better than most cryptocurrencies. Back-issue websites and online auction houses show zero availability. The “Genesis Block Newspaper” market quotes asking prices of up to $1.3mn and claims “only eight verified copies” exist, which might ring false for anyone who has ever visited a UK library. Has Elliott kept a souvenir copy? “I did get the front page framed, but I lost it,” he said.  * A Twitter search pins the exact date of discovery to December 18, 2013.

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That's rough. That's kicking a man while he's down, real hard. Who's FT?

Mentions:#FT

He’s bronze…with over 1k games played… This might be the worst thing to come out of this debacle honestly. He plays ADC too so could carry, but has an awful KDA. Source: FT did a deep dive on Sam’s LoL profile

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tldr; FTX’s demise revealed a recurring problem and centralization vector that permeates across the NFT ecosystem: storage providers are not decentralized. FTX.us used a centralized storage provider for its NFT marketplace. All NFT marketplaces which sold NFTs hosted on FTX are now DOA. Even the 1 of 1 “test” NFT hand-crafted by SBF, which sold for $270,000 in 2021, now redirects to FT *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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Please use the sharing tools found via the share button at the top or side of articles. Copying articles to share with others is a breach of FT.com T&Cs and Copyright Policy. Email licensing@ft.com to buy additional rights. Subscribers may share up to 10 or 20 articles per month using the gift article service. More information can be found at https://www.ft.com/tour. https://www.ft.com/content/bd850edf-9c4c-49b0-9449-e0da314f5729 “This is the final thing that I have learnt about crypto this year: it has a strange resilience. The market and many of the biggest platforms might have collapsed, and the prophets and core tenets of this quasi-religion might have proved themselves false. But many people are still willing to suspend disbelief, clinging on to the hope that one day, their miraculous internet money might resume its trajectory to the moon.” To da moon 🚀

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Also, consultants. Top businesses use them for specialism instead of hiring a FT. I know, I do it for my place.

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Clients got screwed over by FTX, Sam got screwed over by FT-ex.

Mentions:#FTX#FT

>*A more promising approach is through central bank digital currencies that operate within the broader digital monetary system.* You can't make this stuff up!!! 😂 The sad thing is that most people take the FT seriously.

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> In the first scenario, tokens can be evaluated at any block prior to the malicious maneuver. In the second scenario, all tokens are evaluated at a certain time after the creation of their respective pools. Specifically, we use a new machine learning algorithm based on attention mechanisms for tabular data called FT-Transformer. Our best model obtains accuracy of 0.9936, recall of 0.9540, and precision of 0.9838 in distinguishing non-malicious tokens from scams in the first scenario and accuracy of 0.992, recall of 0.784, and precision of 0.869 in the second scenario. The takeaway here is that their model has the potential to predict future rug pulls with high accuracy, and can therefore save people from losing money to scams. The researchers do note that the algorithm will require tweaking to achieve similar results on other DEXs, but overall this is quite impressive.

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I mean I still read something about ECB and their doings if it gets thrown in there, but nothing on my own. Also, what is FT?

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There are ways out there to read FT and a lot more things for free without jumping through too many hoops ;)

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Reading the FT for at least the 4 week trial period is a no brainer when it only costs £1, I’ve continued to pay for it since my promo expired because I think it’s worth it.

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With so many abbreviations and names constantly thrown around here and in the tradfi media it would be a sign of ignorance - from my pov - to not try to learn at least a bit about it. Been listening to lectures on yt, reading FT, buying ebooks... Not to predict anything, that'd be a fools mission, but to get a small understanding of the basics.

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Not really helping. Apparently it’s for deploying BUSD on TRON: https://twitter.com/cz_binance/status/1602582816834863104?s=46&t=kEiwLJN60FT6PyyFlL7d4Q

Mentions:#BUSD#FT

> On 12 December 2022, the Office of the Attorney General of The Bahamas is announcing the arrest by The Royal Bahamas Police Force of Sam Bankman-Fried ("SBF"), former CEO of FTX. BF's arrest followed receipt of formal notification from the United States that it has filed criminal charges against SBF and is likely to request his extradition. As a result of the notification received and the material provided therewith, it was deemed appropriate for the Attorney General to seek SBF's arrest and hold him in custody pursuant to our nation's Extradition Act. At such time as a formal request for extradition is made, The Bahamas intends to process it promptly, pursuant to Bahamian law and its treaty obligations with the United States. Responding to SBF's arrest, Prime Minister Davis stated, "The Bahamas and the United States have a shared interest in holding accountable all individuals associated with FT who may have betrayed the public trust and broken the law. While the United States is pursuing criminal charges against BF individually, The Bahamas will continue its own regulatory and criminal investigations into the collapse of FTX, with the continued cooperation of its law enforcement and regulatory partners in the United States and elsewhere." Says right here from the attorney general of the Bahamas that they arrested SBF due to the United States filing criminal charges. Pretty cut and dry there bud. United states charged him and he’s arrested awaiting extradition. Far from only being able to “investigate”. I can not continue to explain to you how the US government can, has, and will prosecute you for violating US laws in countries with laws on the books explicitly stating so. This shit is not new. We have done it time and time again as I have posted sources telling you so. Whatever mental gymnastics you want to do, or goalpost moving, or whatever you narcissist types try to conjure up won’t change that. Doesn’t matter who arrested him. If you violate federal money laundering laws and are arrested by your local PD it doesn’t mean the US government isn’t charging you. The whole reason you and SBF would get arrested, charged, and jailed is due to US government enforcement. Which you previously said they couldn’t do and only could “investigate”. It has fuck all to do with who is detaining him and everything to do with laws on the books that I fucking showed you and precedent laid out that I also showed you. You “felt” one way and it was not only wrong, but flat out stupid. Then you dug in and have made the hole that much deeper. You have showed no sources, or really any sign of any type of argument other than “how you feel” which how I have pointed out multiple times, and now the US government has shown you, that your feelings just aren’t reality. You were wrong. Point blank.

Mentions:#FTX#BF#FT

That doesn’t prove your point at all. One article does not a consensus make. I can easily google articles that would argue both sides right now. It doesn’t mean anything. But the fact of the matter is that, overwhelmingly, most of the mainstream public just doesn’t care about crypto. You’re in an echo chamber if you think otherwise. We probably have the most adoption we’ve ever had right now and it’s still basically nothing to most people. Not even a blip on their radar. Nobody is really using it, and most of the stories they will hear are about scams or losses, because that’s what makes good sensationalist headlines. Unfortunately, most people are also lazy so that’s how they will form their opinions of it. Sure, you can delve into more “high brow” articles from the FT, Times, etc. that seriously look at crypto, but that’s not what *most* people are doing. You have to really be interested in the area or into business and economics to want to read that kind of stuff. Most people just don’t care enough (because they’re not using it) and will only hear the doom and gloom about scams and how governments (China, UK, USA) are banning or looking to constrain crypto to stop those nasty criminal and scammers. As much as I and you know that crypto is the future, most people probably have little trust in crypto and these high profile scams are reinforcing that belief.

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UK crypto bill to restrict services from abroad: Report The regulatory amendments will broaden the powers of the country's financial regulator and put the crypto industry under tighter scrutiny. UK crypto bill to restrict services from abroad: Report NEWS Despite the Conservative Party's rhetorical embracement of crypto under the new Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, the upcoming regulatory framework will reportedly tighten scrutiny over the industry. The legislation updates will broaden the powers of the financial regulator and probably limit foreign companies’ operations in the United Kingdom. According to a Financial Times report, the FTX collapse has influenced the course of the regulatory regime in the U.K. Reportedly, the Treasury is finalizing a package of guidelines that will enable the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to monitor the operations and advertising of crypto companies in the country. There also would be restrictions on selling crypto on the U.K. market from abroad. Although the report doesn’t reveal more specifics on those restrictions, assumably, they’d be enforced to force the companies to register with the FCA. The procedure is tough enough already, as 85% of the applicants did not pass the FCA’s anti-money laundering (AML) tests, according to its chief executive Nikhil Rathi. The guidelines are being prepared as a part of the financial services and markets bill. The large bill, which includes but is not limited to crypto regulation, has already been introduced to the British Parliament. While the U.K. launched its consultation on crypto in 2021, according to the FT sources, it could slip into 2023 due to “fast-moving events” in the industry. However, on Dec. 7 the cross-party Treasury committee will hear out the experts from the FCA and Bank of England on the risks of crypto and the “pros and cons” of central bank-issued cryptocurrency (CBDC). The hearing will also include the talk of the investigative journalist, who’ve covered the investments, made by British football fans under the influence of crypto ads. In early November, Members of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee opened an inquiry to hear from the public on the potential benefits and risks of nonfungible tokens, or NFTs, and blockchain on the country’s economy. Saved ya a click

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tldr; Alameda aided FTX after a client's leveraged bet on a token ripped through buffers aimed at shielding the crypto exchange, FT reported. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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>The incident revolved around a sudden price spike and crash in mobileCoin, a crypto token used for payments in the Signal messaging app. The moves came after a trader on FTX built an unusually large position in the token. >Two people familiar with the matter told FT that when the price rose, the trader used the position to borrow against it on FTX, potentially a scheme to extract dollars from the exchange. >Alameda was then forced to step in to protect FTX. The company's loss on the deal was at least in the hundreds of millions of dollars and as high as $1 billion, the report said, citing the unnamed sources. The action wiped out a large share of Alameda's 2021 trading profits.

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The very reason FTX was working to ensure the regulation of crypto currencies. So, Binance acted fast by selling off all FT coins. So, whose laughing now.

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I think this is just dissing on anything crypto related by FT. Corporate media as always sucks.

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>A London court has ordered cryptocurrency exchanges including Binance, Coinbase, Kraken and Luno to hand over customer details to a rival operator to help it track $10.7mn in stolen funds. Please use the sharing tools found via the share button at the top or side of articles. Copying articles to share with others is a breach of FT.com T&Cs and Copyright Policy. Email licensing@ft.com to buy additional rights. Subscribers may share up to 10 or 20 articles per month using the gift article service. More information can be found at https://www.ft.com/tour. https://www.ft.com/content/949fb302-fcb5-455e-8ba3-7e83e6337c86 The legal action brought by the UK-based exchange is one of the first applications of new court rules designed to help victims of cyber fraud track their assets overseas. The name of the exchange was not disclosed to avoid “tipping off” the thieves, according to the ruling. > Please use the sharing tools found via the share button at the top or side of articles. Copying articles to share with others is a breach of FT.com T&Cs and Copyright Policy. Email licensing@ft.com to buy additional rights. Subscribers may share up to 10 or 20 articles per month using the gift article service. More information can be found at https://www.ft.com/tour. The legal action brought by the UK-based exchange is one of the first applications of new court rules designed to help victims of cyber fraud track their assets overseas. The name of the exchange was not disclosed to avoid “tipping off” the thieves, according to the ruling.

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tldr; Bankrupt crypto lender BlockFi has sued FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried's holding company to recover Robinhood shares pledged as collateral for a loan, per the FT. *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; Bankrupt crypto lender BlockFi has sued FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried's holding company to recover Robinhood shares pledged as collateral for a loan, per the FT. *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; Washington lawmakers need to learn about crypto so "we can engage in proper regulation," Republican Senator Cynthia Lummis told the FT. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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FT arguing for exchanges and stablecoins to be regulated like other parts of the financial system. Published audits of reserves and liabilities.

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Or FT - feel their coverage has been really excellent throughout. Alphaville in particular worth the subscription alone..

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I think so there are lots of doubt about his company also as they also have lots of tokens of them. They were the first ones to release the FT tokens and make the FTX go crash and bankrupt.

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We have clawbacks information from the ENRON scandal. It went bankrupt in 2001-02, and the SEC and courts finished with the entire procedure by 2009, after which people were asked to return back their amount. You can find this in a very old article from FT [https://www.ft.com/content/bca3a520-7b97-11de-9772-00144feabdc0](https://www.ft.com/content/bca3a520-7b97-11de-9772-00144feabdc0) ​ At this stage, we don't know but maybe it will take years.

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yes binance is literally very sketchy as binance is the one of the company which holds the biggest FT tokens with them. i think so when FX becomes balances rival that's why they hold and they literally shaken the whole FTX.

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“Diehl, 34, grew up in Massachusetts. He studied physics, and was an early employee at Quantopian, a now-defunct hedge fund that crowdsourced investment algorithms. He later moved to the UK with Adjoint, a software company applying blockchain technology. High street banks wondered if such distributed databases could, for example, consolidate the steps to approve a mortgage.” Please use the sharing tools found via the share button at the top or side of articles. Copying articles to share with others is a breach of FT.com T&Cs and Copyright Policy. Email licensing@ft.com to buy additional rights. Subscribers may share up to 10 or 20 articles per month using the gift article service. More information can be found at https://www.ft.com/tour. https://www.ft.com/content/028e0109-6e87-42ed-8480-996cf645ce04 “Blockchain could connect actors who don’t trust each other. But in a world where banks do trust each other, “a so-called trustless network is redundant . . . If you have three high street banks and they all have data that they want to share with each other, having three databases that are automatically kept in sync is a much more complex architecture than simply having one database that they all share.” Hmmm maybe we shouldn’t trust banks? Just a thought.

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[Proquest.com](https://Proquest.com) carries all issues since June 1986, bigger public libraries may give you access for free. Not sure exactly what day you are asking about, there is a January 3 issue but none for March 1 since that was a Sunday and the FT does not publish on Sundays.

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tldr; According to a new report, FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried personally collected $300 million by selling some of his shares in the company. He reportedly told investors back then that the money would serve as partial reimbursement for the funds he used to buy out Binance’s shares in FTX. In July last year, Binance was the first investor to back FT *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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[buy them FT tokens](https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tolkien_Black#/media/File%3AToken_Black2.webp)

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FTX should get Rachel Stevens in as the administrator when it files for bankruptcy. “Sweet dreams my ~~LA~~*FT*X.”

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it's just a simple minded opinion failing to make a difference between assets and their market (how they are traded/exchanged/gambled). one should even go further and differentiate between Bitcoin and rest of crypto which is mostly weak or even bad-faith securities. anyway, the trading/markets/casino investment mechanics are at fault and we already have very good legal groundwork to get a hold on that: stock markets. imo it shouldn't make a difference if I traded a company stock or Bitcoin: the rules and regulations for exchange of assets should be very similar. it should be absolutely impossible that an exchange can lose client Bitcoin. hence what that FT article suggests is certainly not going to happen for many reasons.

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I think this scoop will probably be in The Onion rather than FT tbh

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FT now reporting the FTX revelations. Crazy how the shit we talk about gets in the news a couple days latee

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https://www.opensecrets.org/elections-overview/biggest-donors?cycle=2022&t0-search=FT SBF donated 36 million to democrats, while Ryan donated 19 million to republicans. So more accurately it’s 2:1, but given the amounts involved to both sides, I think it’s pretty clear they were greasing both sides for favorable regulation. And since republicans are less likely to propose new taxes/regulations in general, makes sense that more went to dems

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tldr; BlockFi, a cryptocurrency platform offering low-interest loans and a crypto rewards credit card, could become the latest casualty following the FTX collapse. The company initially denied having most of its assets in the cryptocurrency exchange, but management has now admitted having significant exposure to FTX. BlockFi also acknowledged having an undrawn line of credit and substantial obligations with FT *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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Did you all see the leaked FTX “balance sheet” published by the FT?? That shit is beyond ridiculous. Here’s the link without paywall: https://archive.ph/WEyU2

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It’s the antithesis of crypto but there’s no political justification for it NOT to be regulated now. Everyone who invested on FTX or in FT Token did so without performing even the most base of due diligence to ensure that it was actually a *real* investment. They’re the equivalent of grandmas who respond to emails from Nigerian Princes. So now they gave Yellen ammo. The only justification for a true free market is that people would be intelligent and informed enough to act in a way in which market forces operate correctly, otherwise you’re not advocating for a free market. The majority of the crypto community has shown time and time again that they AREN’T intelligent or informed, because they keep losing their shirts over literal fake assets and shitcoins. This includes everyone from your average shitbrain on Reddit to the goddamn Miami Heat and Kevin O’Leary. When SBF was asked in an interview what he did for a living, he said ‘I’m in the Ponzi business’. After that, whatever you chose to do with your money on FTX is 95% your fault. And now the Fed has ammo to regulate crypto literally on the basis that asset holders are too stupid to operate an unregulated market. NFTs taught absolutely nobody a single thing.

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FT Alphaville leaked FTX’s balance sheet yesterday. It’s a disaster. Most of their assets aren’t worth the paper they’re written on – they have recorded a value or $2.5bn against their SRM tokens (another one of their own proprietary token, which has a soft market cap of around $100m). This isn’t a bank run – FTX was nowhere near close to solvent in the first place. At this stage it looks like SBF’s trading fund racked up enormous losses and SBF secretly pissed away $10bn of FTX’s customers’ funds trying to cover it up.

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FT Exit

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FT**X** AA**X** I see a pattern…

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The real red flag is anything starting with FT. FTX, FTP, FTC

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>”FTX’s largest asset holdings is $2.2 billion of a crypto token called Serum, but it’s entire market cap is only $84 million - FT. SBF also founded Serum…” You can’t make this shit up

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Not a joke. Reported by FT.

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Went from FTX to FT-ex

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>econd, what has happened recently with FT you are talking complete rhubarb

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FT…ex took half the money. 🤮

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FT-ex

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which ex screwed you the most? FT-ex

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FTX is now FT-ex

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Also what kind of article even is that. 90% just direct CZ quotes, some re-phrasing what he says in those quotes and some tiny additional bits of information in-between. Total silence on the actual question raised in the header. Expected more from an FT piece tbh

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Apparently it means **FT**X **T**oken. Not sure what FTX means though lol.

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> Please use the sharing tools found via the share button at the top or side of articles. Copying articles to share with others is a breach of FT.com T&Cs and Copyright Policy. Email licensing@ft.com to buy additional rights. Subscribers may share up to 10 or 20 articles per month using the gift article service. More information can be found at https://www.ft.com/tour. https://www.ft.com/content/f8670d81-2632-498f-8b18-4d2ba14101f7 Castle Craig treats all kinds of addictions, from alcoholism to compulsive gambling, but, in 2016, it became the first rehab clinic to diagnose and treat crypto addiction. Since then, it has worked with almost 250 patients, and the numbers are growing every year. Friends, it appears as though Castle Craig is our Mecca. Let’s make the pilgrimage.

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Kind of weird that a mainstream finance brand like FT is basically doing faceswaps as article images lol

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So. What has happened with FT ?

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Ok. Maybe the British FT is a bit more hesitant than US media ;) There it was tristesse galore, like usual.

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tldr; The first publicly-traded bitcoin futures fund has burned a record billion-dollar hole in investors' pockets during its debut year of trading, the FT reported. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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