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r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Is the MXC token a possible scam?

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PLC Ultima Coin a Profitable Mining Technology in CryptoSystem. I & My wife made 5,000Euro Passively within 2month

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PLC Ultima Terms of use. Wondering if there is somethimg sketchy here

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PLC Ultima Terms of use. Wondering if something is sketchy here

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Ultima Farm is an app for PLC Ultima Coins minting using smart contracts.

r/BitcoinSee Post

So got a very small pot of money for my new born. £2100 sterling. Would you split with eth? or into a 2.8% saving account? or a steady dividends PLC company?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

PLC Ultima a ponzi scheme?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Has anybody heardo of PLC Ultima?

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Oil surges as U.S. bans Russian crude, Britain to phase out purchases

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Fallout Companions NFT | Fractionalised investing for Blue chip projects - BAYC, AZUKI with 900% APR | Don’t miss the next radical utility project full of staggering APR rewards and awesome artwork.

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Setting the record straight: by UK law, there is no ban on Binance providing derivative trading. It has simply chosen not to.

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✅ PolloLoco 💥 | BSC to the moon before New Year! | Team's last launch did 400x in 1 month

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This is their dream. Gather information, assimilate resistance, sell compliant audience to highest PLC.

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What’s the ticker on that one? $PLC?

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

The $PLCU Ultima ecosystem features a suite of high-tech products — the PLC Debit Card, a proprietary payment system, a marketplace, a crowdfunding platform, a KYC platform, as well as cashback programs that allow users to buy cars, real estate, food etc with savings up to 50%! The last but not the least team has burnt 2000 $PLCU so far. Almost 38 millions $$ worth. Furthermore, in the long run, such actions performed by the company help to create an additional increase in the price of the coin. Join r/PLC_Ultima_Commumity for more info

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

So, let us tell you why this week is the best time to buy packages and secure your profits for the whole year! 1.) August 31 is the last day you can buy a PLCU minting license to mint the ever-growing coin for the whole year! More and more community members are buying farms and loading them up with coins reducing the available market supply of the coin. 2.) At the same time, the PLC Ultima team keeps burning coins actively, and this also increases our coin's value, according to the crypto market laws! 3.) Every week more and more people are learning about PLC Ultima. Amid rising media popularity of the project, the community is growing every day, and now it is close to 1,400,000 people! Community members buy coins to participate in infrastructure projects and thus strengthen the coin. 4.) The PLC Ultima team has been actively developing the ecosystem. Right now, we are working hard on cashback programs and are going to announce some cool news very soon! Just a few days are left to acquire minting licenses at the most favorable conditions and then get the ever-growing PLCU coins for the whole next year! Also Join r/PLC_Ultima_Commumity for more info

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

So, let us tell you why this week is the best time to buy packages and secure your profits for the whole year! 1.) August 31 is the last day you can buy a PLCU minting license to mint the ever-growing coin for the whole year! More and more community members are buying farms and loading them up with coins reducing the available market supply of the coin. 2.) At the same time, the PLC Ultima team keeps burning coins actively, and this also increases our coin's value, according to the crypto market laws! 3.) Every week more and more people are learning about PLC Ultima. Amid rising media popularity of the project, the community is growing every day, and now it is close to 1,400,000 people! Community members buy coins to participate in infrastructure projects and thus strengthen the coin. 4.) The PLC Ultima team has been actively developing the ecosystem. Right now, we are working hard on cashback programs and are going to announce some cool news very soon! Just a few days are left to acquire minting licenses at the most favorable conditions and then get the ever-growing PLCU coins for the whole next year! Also Join r/PLC_Ultima_Commumity for more info

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Bear market is the time to pick up worthy projects. Moreover if it is old school PoW coin like PLCU Thats why I aped into it. ETH miners will switch over there but emission is going to be cut in September so People will fight over coins available on the market when emission stops. Price is primed for the run LFG I bet a a lot on $PLCU CEO Alex Reinhardt is one of the most influential crypto industry players in the world according to the famous American business publication the Entrepreneur. He knows how to do business. Time to be decisive. Follow r/PLC_Ultima_Community

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

First of all, ty for the laughs. The part where you would like airplanes to run Haskell is really lol. Second. Imagine Haskell running PID on PLC. I cant even. We would be flying, never. Third. Nobody cares. Imagine going to store and buying bread and the clerk be like "you can collect your bread tomorrow when we run all the transactions".

Mentions:#PID#PLC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This. We’ve got alot longer to wait until the world is in a position to throw money at such a risky asset class (at least enough to cause significant price movements) Going off what I’ve been hearing from my works suppliers and customers everyone is trying to get as much money in and not let go - no one’s paying in full, PLC suppliers have massive order books but no sales (due to chip shortages), shipping estimates are up to 10 months in some cases So yeah no one’s going to pumping in trillions into crypto any time soon - we’re on the edge of the recession cliff we are going to jump in any time soon

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

If I smash your favourite sports trophy \_ i am liable in law to replace it. But if I am bankrupt I don't have to. Bankruptcy limits liability. A "**limited** **liability** company" whether LLC, PLC, Delaware GMbH , SA whatever that goes belly up does not have to give you anything back if they have lost - Why because they have nothing to give ! On the other hand if you have a scrap of paper (or better a secure list) of your seed words nobody can take it from you and nobody can guess it. The odds of guessing it are like - hey there is an atom somewhere in the universe - if you can name its position you win. Just like if I can guess your pin code I win.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The year is 2022 and legally mandated PLC data isn’t relevant lol..

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The entry price actually isn't thaat high. There is multiple different farms ranging from 0.05 to 1 PLC Ultima coin capacity. So the cheapest farm right now is like 330$ and you can fill it with anything below 0.05 coins and just fill it as you go and earn 50% every month... They had another project Platincoin or Platinumcoin before that just dumped at some point. Now they are looking for new investors like crazy - I have been spoken to by 2 different friend groups about this and trying to be dragged into it. One of my friends is even advertising for them now because he got a car and watch for 50% off - expensive stuff as well. Apparently those 50% you pay are going straight back into the coin in a farm. So within 4-5 months the CEO made the other 50% back which my friend saved. So once liquidity stops flowing in and a couple of months pass the price should theoretically just dump - unless people actually don't sell and just invest more and more... I don't know how obvious ponzi schemes and scammers can just start a new project and people will invest. This is beyond me.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Post is by: Headsplitter and the url/text [ ](https://goo.gl/GP6ppk)is: /r/CryptoCurrency/comments/twtx8q/plc_ultima_a_ponzi_scheme/ Hey folks, Can you please tell me if I am missing something or this is a huge ponzi scheme with a bubble just waiting to burst as soon as new investors stop pouring in? I am talking about PLC Ultima. Their Farm project gives beyond 50% monthly payout. You have to buy the coin - lets say 1 coin - for currently 100000$. Then you have to buy a farm at like 40000$ (the farm is actual cost and you can't sell that farm). Apparently when you are a member you also get luxury items like cars, housing and watches for 50% the price (wtf? just a marketing stunt to get more investors? I have seen prove of that actually happening...) Why I am asking is because I have some friends doing very well for themself. Just investing and having a nice life. They have a decent following and are not advertising this crap... Please tell me I am missing something I would feel bad for all the people investing in this... 50% per month is not sustainable, right? The price pumped from 27k one month ago to currently 112k... Honeypot for one year? When people actually are able to sell their staked coins the devs just pull the rug and milk the pot? Sry for bad formatting and language skill - thanks for taking the time :) *I am a bot, and this action was performed automatically. Please [contact the moderators of this subreddit](/message/compose/?to=/r/CryptoCurrency) if you have any questions or concerns.*

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Either you are trying to sell the token to us using some weird emotional manipulation or you actually want some advice but here some direct quotes from their white paper: >The goal of PLCU is to ensure that everyone can easily gain access to cryptocurrencies,using PLCU not only to buy anything, anywhere, **but also producing PLCU coins on their smartphone** So your phone is either going to be used as a proof of stake miner or some other form of malware. >In the PLC Cryptosystem ... technologies, gaps and shortcomings in the concepts behind Bitcoin and other coins will be taken into account and corrected. At the same time, we aren’t competing with other coins in the existing market, but creating our own market, where we plan to firmly occupy the leading position So you will overcome the problems with others buut not compete with them. Then why rectify their mistakes ? Why mention them at all in your white paper ? It's also a proof of work coin running the cryptonight algorith which it proudly says is used my Monero while in reality Monero now uses RandomX It also says established in 2016 but their twitter handle is only created in Nov 2021. Plus loads of Mumbo Jumbo like referring to the gold rush. If you have any sense, stay away from this

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

https://www.academia.edu/34760787/IMPLEMENTATION_OF_AUTOMATIC_METRO_RAIL_USING_PLC_AND_SCADA PLCs are what we're exploited by stuxnet in Iran, so yes. Most of these are closed networks without access to the internet, but that didn't stop a usb from dropping the payload in Iran's airspeed network. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stuxnet

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

My friends ask “why don’t you program a trading bot to do all the work, your a programer.” I program HMI’s and PLC’s….. so close yet so far.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Lol I feel like we did the same program…I did power systems and automation. I went the PLC/automation route rather than power systems. And feel like I forgot all the C I learned.

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r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Comment

Beware of scam! & DYOR! Original CA of PolloLoco $PLC is 0x72f9c56c34c8b38d0c5084ca856b36c1e6162067. And link to BSCscan: [https://bscscan.com/token/0x72f9c56c34c8b38d0c5084ca856b36c1e6162067](https://bscscan.com/token/0x72f9c56c34c8b38d0c5084ca856b36c1e6162067)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It’s got to be my 323,804.5 PLC it’s currently at 0.000 but I expect to be a billionaire any day now.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

MSTR is 23% owned by Michael Saylor, its a PLC not a LTD, the remainder is owned collectively by a huge number of people. Addresses with <10 BTC hold 14% of the supply, but large chunks of the remaining supply are held by exchanges on behalf of huge numbers of people, or GBTC on behalf of huge numbers of people, or institutional investors on behalf of many many people, or the Swiss or Canadian Bitcoin ETFs, or custodial bitcoin wallets, or Mt Gox creditors, or lost.

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Programmable logic controller. Every piece of machinery that you see in factories I. E. Bottling plants(high volume), the machines that make and package the biscuits at Pillsbury, the lines that coordinate robots for welding in auto manufacturing plants. Every single one of these machines is controlled with a PLC. Whenever you still at a stop lights you're interfacing with a PLC unbeknownst to yourself. There are pressure plates in asphalt that trigger logic for the lights to queue you up to receive a green light. Haven't you noticed how the lights behave differently at night opposed to during the day when traffic is heavier. The lights have different modes based on the time of day. At any traffic light intersection if you look around there's usually a box on one of the corners. Which is where the PLC is housed for the traffic lights. A controls engineer programs these. Allem Bradley (Rockwell automation) is king in America and headquartered in Milwaukee, WI. In Europe Siemens is king. You'll find Mitsubishi PLC's as well, but they are much rarer. These are the manufacturers of the hardware and software developers. To access a Allen Bradley PLC you must pay a yearly subscription of about 5-10k per head. This software is called RS Logix 5000. (Most traffic lights in America use Allen bradley.)

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Whats PLC?

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I'm not angry I'm stating the plain facts. For far too long women have gone unchecked especially in the black community(I am a black man). Women need to hear this, take it in, and understand it. What I say is wholly true and they will hate me for stating the facts. The most important people in society are the infrastructure people, because when they disappear society collapses. Bridges go unmaintained and start to fall apart. Pipes within the city go unrepaired and houses go without water. Too many people live in this society with little understanding of how it works. Did you know every city light system in the world runs on a PLC. Do you know what a PLC is?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Tell me one project in the crypto verse that is perfect? You ever try to code a project half this big? I program PLC’s and HMI’s and work with guy who code programs from scratch. I have allot of respect for anyone who can dedicate the amount of time it takes to run any successful block chain.

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Since 2000, banks around the world have had to pay more than $332 billion in penalties for violations of rules in the financial services world. The reasons for these violations are varied: * Mortgage abuses. * Fraud. * Toxic securities abuses. * Investor protection violation. * Economic sanction violation. * Consumer protection violation. * Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. * Anti-money-laundering deficiencies. * Banking violation. * False Claims Act and related. * Foreign exchange market manipulation. * Price-fixing or anti-competitive practices. * Interest rate benchmark manipulation. * Tax violations. I’ll stop here, but I assure you that the list is long. So here is the ranking of shame among banks, i.e. those with the highest total amount of penalties since 2000: 1. Bank of America - $82B 2. JPMorgan Chase - $35B 3. Citigroup - $25B 4. Wells Fargo - $21B 5. Deutsche Bank - $18B 6. UBS - $16B 7. Goldman Sachs - $16B 8. NatWest Group PLC - $13B 9. BNP Paribas - $12B 10. Credit Suisse - $10B

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Since 2000, banks around the world have had to pay more than $332 billion in penalties for violations of rules in the financial services world. The reasons for these violations are varied: * Mortgage abuses. * Fraud. * Toxic securities abuses. * Investor protection violation. * Economic sanction violation. * Consumer protection violation * Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. * Anti-money-laundering deficiencies. * Banking violation. * False Claims Act and related. * Foreign exchange market manipulation. * Price-fixing or anti-competitive practices. * Interest rate benchmark manipulation. * Tax violations. I’ll stop here, but I assure you that the list is long. So here is the ranking of shame among banks, i.e. those with the highest total amount of penalties since 2000: 1. Bank of America - $82B 2. JPMorgan Chase - $35B 3. Citigroup - $25B 4. Wells Farfo - $21B 5. Deutsche Bank - $18B 6. UBS - $16B 7. Goldman Sachs - $16B 8. NatWest Group PLC - $13B 9. BNP Paribas - $12B 10. Credit Suisse - $10B

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

[Nick Land](https://youtu.be/2PMGuNZreWA) is the greatest [philosopher](https://s3.amazonaws.com/arena-attachments/406213/42bdb859549f609953a0ca61aca0bee3.pdf) of our [time](https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLC_87I4vjVQMrkkOQXo-kZGCFog3cTxfB).

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Thank you, \[it does seem that Gemini has insurance for digital assets through Aon PLC\](https://www.investopedia.com/news/gemini-exchange-insures-crypto-assets-through-aon/). That's an interesting development, hopefully more exchanges will follow suit (and also actually follow through on reimbursements should they become necessary).

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

my portfolio dogecoin 10% shib 15% mypetdefi 5% safemoon 40% MM 20% 1coin 5% PLC 5%

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I can give him my 323,804.5 PLC coins I think they will MOON any fucking day.

Mentions:#PLC#MOON
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

I have 323,804.5 PLC tokens if anyone is interested in buying them DM me😂

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Interesting, in the EU they're pretty much hosted on a website from each government, along with details about the directors and owners. And a company website or invoice will list the company number. That's how you know you are dealing with a legitimate place. For example Ian Durant is a director of Greggs PLC: https://find-and-update.company-information.service.gov.uk/company/00502851/officers

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Where is the valid concern? This comment is looking at the chart to speculate about the future of a coin. That makes no sense at all. Technical analysis doesn’t work for industries in the adoption stage of the PLC. Has there been growth in transaction volume? New wallets created? Nodes operating? These are what will determine the future of the crypto. Looking back at how apes bought in 3+ years ago means LITERALLY nothing in 2021.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

No problem, also one called Clear Leisure PLC has just changed its name to Quantum Block Technology or something. Not listed many places right now, but one to look out for I think.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm an electrician/automation guy that works in water and gas control systems. The **vast** majority of the infrastructure installations that I have worked on have been woefully unprotected. They'll have a guard with a machime gun on a tripod at the front gate and then have the PLC on an unmanaged router. My point is, breaking in probably didn't take the brains that you would think it did.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Look at that! We have green! * Despite green, we're still crabbing and the daily comments at 17k show that. * Market cap increased to 1.7t * BTC hit 38k again and held it for a short while. * USDT gets kicked down to rank 4 and many cheer. * DOGE pumps to 42 cents and many scream. * ICP stands for I Can't Pump. * ALGO does non-algo things and pumps. Iota does the same. * DOGE sees another shill invasion with the main topic being "we were right, just start buying doge!" * ALGO sees too many comments. * Bulls are strongly alive in what's left of the daily. * In the top 100, the biggest gainers are OKB with 32% and KSM with 24%. * The losers lose barely anything. * Perth Mint Gold Token gains OVER 9000%! Now valued at $182429... Okay, something is screwy there. But fun! * Top 500, PLC does 420% gains... BADGER is second with 40% * LYXE is the only double digit loser with 11% * The mental image of the day is confusion cartoon style. Bunch of question and exclamation marks above people's heads.

r/BitcoinSee Comment

I'm certified in AC/DC Electricity and PLC's bud. I also know how to make adjustments in the code. They come with manuals...

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A Standard Chartered PLC (STAN.L) unit intends to establish a cryptocurrency brokerage and exchange platform in Britain and Europe, targeting institutional clients, the bank said on Wednesday.

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tldr; Standard Chartered PLC is to set up a cryptocurrency trading platform in the UK and Europe. The venture will be aimed at institutions and will be developed through a joint venture between its digital arm SC Ventures and BC Technology, which operates Hong Kong-licensed cryptocurrency exchange OSL. Notably, HSBC has no plans to establish a cryptocurrency platform or to sell them to clients.{} *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

Argo Blockchain PLC are listed on the London Stock Exchange

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

# 1. Rule "Prefixes" and ICC For anyone confused on the prefixes, DTC, ICC, and OCC are all different clearing entities and they all submit their own rules. They all operate different parts of the market. In a more general sense, DTC = stocks, ICC = default swaps, OCC = options. Since we're talking ICC, you probably want to know who's a member of them. Well, it's banks. Lots of banks. Lots of big banks for that matter: >ICC apparently operates the NYSE group. > >ICC is composed of all of these banks: Bank of America, N.A., Barclays Bank PLC, Barclays Capital Inc., BNP Paribas, BNP Paribas Securities Corp., BofA Securities, Inc., Citibank N.A., Citigroup Global Markets Inc., Credit Suisse International, Credit Suisse Securities (USA) LLC, Deutsche Bank AG, Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC, Goldman Sachs International, HSBC Bank USA, N.A., HSBC Bank plc, HSBC Securities (USA) Inc., JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association, J.P. Morgan Securities LLC, Merrill Lynch International, Morgan Stanley Capital Services LLC, Morgan Stanley & Co. LLC, Nomura International PLC, Nomura Securities International, Inc., Société Générale, SG Americas Securities, LLC, The Bank of Nova Scotia, UBS AG, London Branch, UBS Securities LLC, Wells Fargo Securities, LLC # 2. New Rule Summaries **SR-ICC-2021-008 -** https://www.sec.gov/rules/sro/icc/2021/34-91918.pdf * Approved and I believe in effect. * Updates to their "model" on determining margin requirements / risk management. * Makes a note that the model will take into account scenarios of **extreme price decreases and extreme price increases**. * The model will take into account **hypothetical extreme movements**. So it is forward-looking. If they determine a security **will have** an extreme movement, they'll take that into account in their model. AKA, "X is going to go up next week. We are going to calculate your risk is based on IF it actually goes up". **That's nuts!!** * Pair this with SR-ICC-2021-007, the haircut rule, which eliminates some collateral, and you've got an easy way to just rip the plug from these guys and margin call them (have a defaulting member). SR-ICC-2021-007 will be in effect TOMORROW. **SR-ICC-2021-007 -** https://www.sec.gov/rules/sro/icc/2021/34-91894.pdf * Updates to haircut rule and collateral that can be used for your capital. * Haircuts are additional subtractions to your total capital. You want to maintain enough capital to not default. * They are allowed to introduce higher haircuts depending on volatility of securities and the general market. Easier to margin call. * Badly-backed collateral cannot be used any more, which eats away more at your net capital. * E.g. Think of Citadel's BBB- bonds. Those are poorly backed, literally the worst kind of bonds. If you had $600 million in these bonds as collateral, then the ICC could say, "Nope. Can't use that". **It's possible that the $10-15 Billion bonds the big banks got in April are going to be rejected for collateral.** **SR-ICC-2021-014 -** https://www.sec.gov/rules/sro/icc/2021/34-91922.pdf * Immediately effective, but starting **June 1, 2021** * They're giving discounts on credit default swaps to make them more enticing for the 2nd half of 2021. * This implies that nobody is going to want to do default swaps with ICC while in a suffering market. So they're introducing incentives to hopefully bring in more customers. * They are giving out \~25% discounts, which seems pretty damn big. **SR-OCC-2021-006 -** https://www.sec.gov/rules/sro/occ/2021/34-91920.pdf * Reducing fees of option contracts for clearing because they believe it can be reduced while still maintaining enough revenue for the OCC. * Just them wanting to reduce fees to the OCC members because they have enough money sloshing around already. * They propose it will come into effect **June 1, 2021**, "because OCC believes that this date is the first date that the industry could be prepared to process the new fee without disruption based on consultations with market participants." * Does this mean they expect some disruption between now and June 1? Maybe. **SR-ICC-2021-005 -** https://www.sec.gov/rules/sro/icc/2021/34-91806.pdf * Already in effect as of Friday, May 14, 11:59PM EST. Literally last minute filing. * This is basically the DTC-004 equivalent for ICC. This is their unwinding plan in the event of extreme market stress in order to remain afloat by wiping out members with high risk positions. * Something really cool is they'll not only wipe out members who default on a certain security, they'll wipe out similar positions in that same security of all their other members IF it's high risk/stress to the market. E.g. if a member defaults due to their position in X, then they'll cascade that to all other members who hold a position on X and tell them to get rid of it. This could inevitably lead to more defaulting members. * This means ICC is getting ready for member defaults # 3. Other TL;DR 1. SR-ICC-008 will perform a **HYPOTHETICAL** situation of extreme price movements when determining margin requirements. 2. SR-ICC-007 will rip their collateral from them and introduce higher haircuts, making the model from 008 easier to hit their risk threshold and be margin called. 3. SR-ICC-005 will cause all other members to eliminate their risky position if it causes any member to default from that same position. Cascade/snowball effect.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

For the people that have any doubt I have 323,804.5 PLC coins to sell to you really really cheap😂

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Iconic Holdings and Iconic Labs PLC are totally different companies. The Iconic Labs that owns UniLad is about as far from a Bitcoin VC firm as possible.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Iconic Labs PLC (Harrington's company) and Iconic Lab Holdings (in your video), appear to me to be different companies. https://i.imgur.com/u0gkuFL.png

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Argo Blockchain PLC said Wednesday that its revenue in March rose to 6.6 million pounds ($9.1 million) on the back of higher prices and production. The cryptocurrency miner said that based on daily foreign exchange rates and cryptocurrency prices during the month, mining revenue in March was GBP6.6 million, up from GBP4.3 million in February. This brings mining revenue to GBP13.4 million for the first quarter, the most profitable three months to date for the company. "I'm delighted that Argo has generated record mining revenue and profits for the third month in a row, making this quarter Argo's best performing since the company's inception," Chief Executive Peter Wall said.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

🚀 FAIRSECURESAFEMOONCOIN LTD PLC. 🚀 100% locked funds no rug, migratory code removed, 150% burned with every transaction for deflationary yield farming airdrop distribution to miners. 📈 50% of all tokens in circulation redistributed to every single holder every 14 seconds!!! 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 at launch 3 hours ago and now only 10,000 left in circulation! 🤯 BUY BUY BUY BEFORE YOU'RE TOO LATE 🚀

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

honestly i believe that's true. Over the last few years i only have met one guy who's mining ETH plus a few more people using etoro/coinbase or the like to buy BTC with fiat. No knowledge about alt projects, the market, tech, nada. Last few months - got a lot of questions from a bunch of (suddenly) interested colleagues and friends. And i'm a PLC programmer surrounded by fullstack developers, so in a very tech-affine pool of highly educated people. It took us a decade to get more than just an eyebrow raised. My conclusion for now is that crypto just entered the very first stage of mass adoption. People finally want to understand the cryptospace, blockchain technology and the market, even if for now most of them only give us attention for the possibility of making profit. It's extremely eary imo. After twelve years it's still freaking early.

Mentions:#ETH#BTC#PLC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

This guy is just trying to sell you information. Look at the end of his report. For a limited time if you act now he will reveal the name of the next trillion dollar alt coin.. hahaha. F this guy. "Back in 2016, I recommended bitcoin, what became crypto’s first trillion-dollar coin by market cap. That’s why last week, [**I revealed what I believe will be the next $1 trillion crypto for free**](https://secure.palmbeachgroup.com/?cid=MKT531886&eid=MKT532771&step=start&plcid=PLC097084). [**There’s still time to catch up. Just click here to stream the recording**](https://secure.palmbeachgroup.com/?cid=MKT531886&eid=MKT532771&step=start&plcid=PLC097084)… you don’t want to miss out."

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Equals Group PLC (EQLS) is the company in question.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I am literally working on automating my job currently. AI that writes PLC code based on machine criteria. We have also created stand alone course material that, when used in conjunction with small automated cells, instructs noobs on the basics of automation. So yes, I could, and am.

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