Profit-Taking Keeps Bitcoin in Tight Range as Fed Reopens

Mirror trading international | How to Make Money From Bitcoin Online

Mirror trading international | How to Make Money From Bitcoin Online
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Mirror trading international : It is currently the eve of 2018 and bitcoin is at the highest point of the mountain. The awful days is by all accounts gone, and albeit a bitcoin air pocket could happen whenever, there is no contending the cryptographic money is setting down deep roots. The sooner you get included into bringing in cash from bitcoin, the better ground you will have in 5 years when it turns into a built up money around the world.
Mirror trading international : Also, if the Bubble alarms you, putting resources into bitcoin is only one of the alternatives, yet not alone. Air pocket or not you can at present make huge amounts of cash from bitcoin. Also, bubble or not, the worth will ascend later on in light of the fact that individuals are simply engaging in it.
Make you claim Bitcoin Faucet : Mirror trading international
Winning Potential: $50 to $800 per month.
Mirror trading international – A bitcoin spigot is an undertaking wherein you make a site or application for clients to visit. You adapt the site with advertisements that pay in bitcoin. The promotions pay a limited quantity of bitcoins per site hit, snap or transformation.
Mirror trading international : To empower a lot of guests to continue exploring the site on a day by day and hourly premise, you offer to part the income from the promotions with them, paying in Satoshi which are fundamentally bitcoin pennies. To guarantee their rewards the client needs to procure a specific measure of Satoshi and installments are led on a week after week premise.
Mirror trading international : Fixtures are paying between 100,000 to 400,000 satoshi’s every hour. Some offer premium installments for position or undertakings accomplishments.
Mirror trading international : Fixtures started to work with the tackling of captchas, and that’s it. An exhausting automated revenue task. New fixtures are working in games were clients murder outsiders, feed critters or execute robots to acquire satoshi, the more they advance in the game the more they gain. So this is an extraordinary thought for your own fixture.
The day were each computer game player gets paid for playing is practically around the bend.
Mull over that bitcoin spigots will in general default due to underfunding or liquidity. The proprietors of the spigot don’t get their installments sufficiently quick to pay a quickly developing client base. They likewise will in general be hot focuses for programmers.
Produce Passive Income from Your Bitcoin Blog : Mirror trading international
Since bitcoin is so new contrasted with other focused on content there’s loads of space for new bloggers and locales. New organizations identified with bitcoin spring up each day; anything from bitcoin trades, exchanging, play cash destinations, spigots, online shops and digging are devoted for your advertorial space.
Making a bitcoin blog and adapting can be delayed toward the start, yet steady distributing of rich substance will get a few promoters keen on no under 9 months.
You can join some associate projects or set up your own bitcoin shop. Bitcoin spigots, wallets and trades pay huge commissions per referral.
Little Earnings from Bitcoin Faucets : Mirror trading international
My first guidance included making your own special spigot. In the event that that is a piece excessively hard, at that point take a stab at going along with one and receiving off its rewards. Rather than making around $800 every month it would be progressively similar to $30 to $100 per month from a dreary errand, yet it’s still cash and an initial step to start developing your bank.
Observe that bitcoin fixtures will in general be flawed and vanish extremely quick. So make a point to join some respectable ones like and These are additionally fun since you find a good pace while gaining, my top most proposal would be robotcoin.
Make a Bitcoin Product or Service Online Shop : Mirror trading international
Bitcoin is still difficult to adapt into USD and other hard monetary forms. Not excessively it is very hard, yet promotions a few expenses and assessments to the procedure. Despite the fact that it is as yet perhaps the least expensive approaches to send cash to anyplace on the planet.
Mirror trading international – Purchasing stuff with bitcoins is an extraordinary method for making something valuable out of them and helps avoid the charges and assessment of trades. Particularly on the off chance that you can, at that point exchange those merchandise and transform into hard money.
Mirror trading international – There is an extraordinary business opportunity in selling merchandise addressed in bitcoin at low costs or discount. All you need is a bitcoin dealer for your Shopify or WooCommerce shop like Shopify accompanies BitPay as of now.
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How To Gain From Bitcoin Investment

How To Gain From Bitcoin Investment
The lord of digital forms of money, Bitcoin is as yet a delectable piece for crypto lovers. Indeed, even in spite of the bearish pattern, 1 BTC isn't modest: right now of composing this article, it costs around $8,600. Need to add some Bitcoins to your portfolio yet don't have a clue how? Here are some fascinating approaches to make Bitcoin.

Purchase Bitcoin or Earn?

The appropriate response is "Both!" If you have some free assets, you can put resources into BTC – it's constantly a savvy choice. In any case, on the off chance that you need to procure BTC all alone, there's a bunch of alternatives accessible. Despite the fact that it's not as gainful as it appears, consistency and tolerance will in any case assist you with becoming your crypto resources quicker.
  1. Win BTC by Watching Videos or Clicking promotions

Perhaps the most effortless approaches to gain BTC is utilizing Bitcoin spigots. Miracle what it is?

Bitcoin spigots are a prize framework made as an application or a site: it gives a compensation as Satoshi (1 Satoshi is a hundredth of a millionth BTC). Guests need to finish undertakings depicted by the site. Different spigots give elective cryptographic forms of money.

Free Bitcoins interface

What sort of undertakings do clients normally perform? They tackle captchas, mess around, click on promotions or watch recordings. For each errand done, they acquire Bitcoin. How about we watch a couple of mainstream Bitcoin fixtures:

One of such fixtures is Bittube: there, you procure Satoshis by viewing YouTube recordings.

AdBTC Top pays from 5,000 Satoshi for watching plugs (up to 70 satoshi like clockwork). No venture, quick and bounty. Surfing, open window surfing and auto surfing. Come in more regularly and watch every one of the promotions. Raise your rating (appeared at the upper right). You'll get a generously compensated promotion for survey and the captcha will be less upsetting. The webpage pays for, your BTC Wallet and your WebMoney wallet.

Bitco Mania pays around 300 Satosh every day. The site enables clients to see "View Ads" promotions, click Shortlinks, complete errands and take an interest in Hi – Low Game. Payouts from 1 Satoshi are moved immediately on

Multi Faucet site pays BTC, LTC and DOGE immediately to your wallet. You can acquire Bitcoins along these lines. Register, click "Procure Tokens" in the top menu and work. Three sorts of profit – seeing connections and promoting, performing errands.
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Profit-Taking Keeps Bitcoin in Tight Range as Fed Reopens Spigot - CoinDesk

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Profit-Taking Keeps Bitcoin in Tight Range as Fed Reopens Spigot

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Profit-Taking Keeps Bitcoin in Tight Range as Fed Reopens Spigot

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Mt.Gox Lawsuit Judge Opens Spigot to Chase Bitcoin Flow

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Deutsche Bank summary Why inflation will rise and fiat will end,

I've made an summary for you to read from a report from Deutsche Bank.
TLDR; Since we left the gold standard in the 1970', inflation started to soar. After a while inflation started to decline as to today level. This is mostly because of China entering the global economy in the 1980'. An enormous workforce entered the scene and suppressed the cost of labour. China's workforce will soon start to decline and will probably do so for at least 30 years. Hence we will have higer labour cost resulting in higher inflation on fiat money. Fiats might not survive higer inflation and thus alternatives will be more desired (Bitcoin).
Long read "We have lived in an era of fiat money since the early 1970s. Since then virtually all money in existence has only had a value based on trust and, in particular, trust in governments’ ability to maintain its value. Prior to this period, most of the money in existence through history was backed by a commodity – usually a precious metal like gold or silver. When money broke loose from such an arrangement inflation tended to increase (often dramatically), and when money returned to it inflation was becalmed. We think fiat money systems should be inherently unstable and prone to high inflation all other things being equal. Politically it is always too tempting to create money when nothing is backing it. That this current fiat system has survived so long has required a fortuitous set of global forces across multiple decades that have created sizeable natural offsetting disinflationary forces. The forces that have held the current fiat system together now look fragile and they could unravel in the 2020s. If so, that will start to lead to a backlash against fiat money and demand for alternative currencies, such as gold or crypto could soar. "
" Inflation in the twentieth century had a strange journey. After the gold based Bretton Woods global system collapsed in the early 1970s it contributed to a huge rise in inflation across the globe during the remainder of the decade. Although the oil shocks were partly to blame, the fact that the shackles of the Bretton Woods system were removed, and countries were freer to borrow and find ways of liberalising finance and credit, surely contributed to the inflation surge. "
"By the end of the 1970s, some feared the battle against inflation would be lost. Then a miracle occurred. Inflation began a 40-year structural decline that stretches to the current day and concerns about fiat currencies have been virtually non-existent. [..] Chinese demographics were arguably the biggest suppressors of global inflation over the last four decades. At work was an extraordinary surge in the global labour supply at a time when globalisation and deregulation in the global economy were taking off. As such, for the last 40 years, pressure on wages, prices, and with them inflation, has been under constant pressure. And that occurred independent of central bank or government policy. "
"[...] The peak of the ’working age population’ in the More Developed World plus China occurred this past decade. As we move into a new decade, the supply of labour from the key global regions will, in aggregate, start to decline. "
"Will fiat currencies survive if labour’s share of GDP reverses? Addressing the increasing gap between capital and labour with higher wages would undoubtedly be good news. However the problem for the current global monetary system is that over the last 45-50 years it has relied on governments and central banks being able to turn on the stimulus spigots at the drop of a hat when a crisis has come. This has enabled each crisis to be dealt with via increasing leverage rather than creative destruction type policies. For this to be possible an offset has been needed to such stimulus to prevent such policies being inflationary. Fortunately (or unfortunately if you believe it is an inherently unstable equilibrium) the external global downward pressure on labour costs ensured that this occurred. "
"So what will happen to the global monetary system if labour costs start to reverse their 40-year trend? If central banks have their current mandates of keeping inflation around two per cent then they will be duty bound to tighten policy more often regardless of the external environment. However, such an outcome is probably unrealistic given how much debt there is at a global level. Governments will surely first change central bank mandates to allow for higher inflation or look to reduce their independence rather than allow interest rates to rise and make debt levels uncomfortable. Ultimately, if and when labour costs rise at the margin rather than fall, there will likely be a more difficult environment for policy makers. And where politicians are worried about elections, it is likely that inflation will be the casualty. "

"Higher trending inflation will mean bond yields become very vulnerable, especially relative to near record (multi-century) lows apparent today. Given the near record level debt burdens around the world, it is likely that central banks will be forced to buy more securities again to ensure yields stays comfortably below nominal GDP. In turn, this will likely lock in higher inflation as negative real yields will eventuate, and thus very loose financial conditions and higher wages. Eventually, it is possible that inflation will become more and more embedded in our system and doubts will rise about the sustainability of fiat money. The demand for alternative currencies will therefore likely be significantly higher by the time 2030 rolls around. Will fiat currencies survive the policy dilemma that authorities will experience as they try to balance higher yields with record levels of debt? That’s the multi-trillion dollar (or bitcoin) question for the decade ahead. "
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Tulip Bubble or Dot-Com Bubble?

I'm sure you already know my sentiments, but let me take a moment and lay out the reasons why.
The Dutch Tulip Bubble (or "Tulip Mania") was a period during the Golden Age when the price of Tulip bulbs skyrocketed in a speculative bubble that burst, in February of 1637. Bidders had run the price of certain tulips (arguably the most gorgeous and lovely ones) to price heights that made no sense.
Speculators were mortgaging houses to buy tulips, and some of the most expensive ones could cost the value of a real house. The Dutch economy was booming, and the citizenry enjoyed the highest financial statndard of living in the world at the time. Significant amounts of discretionary income, coupled with a devaluing of the Dutch Kronur (less and less precious metals had been used for the minting of the Kronur over the previous decades) led to the very real popular concept that the price could only go up.
Of course, after European markets started trading tulip bulbs and the excitement grew to a manic phase, the bottom fell out, and people realized that there is no comparison between the value of a flower and real assets, like houses, horses, food, etc., and the market imploded.
The Dot-Com bubble of the late 1990's was similar to Tulip Mania in some ways (bubbles always are) but significantly different in ways we need to acknowledge and examine.
Speculation is always at the core of any bubble, and Tulip Mania, the Dot Com Bubble and the Crypto Run-Up of 2017 and subsequent collapse in 2018 are no exception. As greed and excitement kick in and override the Human Brain's ability to discern smart from not, the human's tendency to stampede--in either direction, up or down--is significantly increased as the amount of money involved increases.
Capitalist hegemony has imprinted directly on our hippocampuses the concept that the goal is to die wealthy; to die poor is anathema in all segments of human society. "He who dies with the most toys wins!" is a common exclamation.
So when opportunity presents itself, Humans tend to try to take advantage of it, even when the opportunity makes no sense. The Dot Com bubble was one where big industrial financing actually created the monster by throwing huge sums of money at pretty much any idea and team that had an interesting, internet based theme.,, et. al., were simply brick and mortar ideas repackaged for the internet--and mostly repackaged to sell the investment. The only difference was the ".com" on the end, and to the investment community, that was more than enough to open the money spigots.
The main difference between the Tulip Mania bubble and the Dot Com bubble is the actual technology. The Dot Com bubble was a ton of fluff, surrounding a strong core of real innovation and futuretech. The Tulip Mania bubble was, for lack of a better term, simply flowers.
So applying these historical times with today's Crypto run-up and implosion, there are obvious and undeniable similarities. The run up in Crypto has made many people instantly and effortlessly wealthy, indeed, some of them are celebrities now, simply because they threw a small amount of money at a project at the right moment and spun the wheel.
And we hear from some of these guys every day. The smaller "players" (I call them 'posers') who made some money by pure luck and now fashion themselves to be experts ("Listen to me! I made money last year and I have a youtube channel!") are all expounding on the virtues of this coin and the shitcoin propensity of that project. In most cases, they were lucky, once. Beware their advice.
The Crypto bubble and collapse is much more parallel to the Dot Com bubble and collapse because at the core of both situations lies a transformative technology and a handful of good projects/companies that emerge at the end of the chaos with strong product and ideas that the public will need, will buy and which will survive. These projects are typically underhyped, undervalued, and are considered "sleepers" at some point in the bubble. This is because instead of chasing financing or chasing popular opinion, they are quietly and methodically perfecting their technologies, their products and their consumer experiences.
These projects are few and far between, interspecked within the flotsam and jetsam of multitudes of "debris projects" that will not survive.
Who remembers MySpace? Who remembers AOL? Who remembers dialup and the AOL "coaster CD?" Who remembers Netscape, AltaVista and Webcrawler?
Amazon, Netflix, eBay, Google, Facebook and a few others were also generated in this timeframe.
Tulip Mania had no survivors, as there was no innovation involved. Simple greed, and when the music stopped, most people were on the wrong side of the chairs.
After the Dot Com bubble burst, however, was a period of quiet, thoughtful and valuable growth. Those who survived the carnage continued on to be come the current Captains of Internet Industry, and have made those who found them, researched them, and invested in them fantastically, famously wealthy.
I believe we are at the point where the bubble has burst, and the dust is settling, in the Crypto bubble. The real and innovative projects have continued their work and are busily planning for the next phase. I strongly believe the Kin Foundation is one of those, and I've invested because of the research I've done.
I've asked some here if they could go back and invest in Apple at the early stages, would they? And the varying and interesting answers I've gotten have ranged from "I'd have better things to do than invest in Apple" to "if Apple were $1 again, there'd be something wrong." Truly chuckle worthy, but telling.
Not everyone will see the opportunity for what it is. Not everyone will take advantage. Weak hands will sell, and weak minds will bash. Only the people who invest with their heads, not just their hearts will make the right moves.
For me, Kin is the Amazon of the Dot Com Bubble. It's where I put my emphasis, my research, my effort and my thoughts. I have invested in many companies and cryptos along the way... I missed out on the Bitcoin rise, but I made money in the Dot Com bubble. I've ridden tech stocks via options for years, and the intrinsically unstable nature of those investments have made the risk of this one much less worrisome.
So the point is this: when the naysayers croak at you, don't worry about it. History is behind us, and if you've done the research I have, you know that Kin is a strong contender to come out strong and vibrant and profitable on the other side.
It's why I'm here, and it's why we're all here. Cheers.
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Bitcoin Mining Plugin?

Out of curiosity is there a Bukkit or Spigot plugin that exists allowing servers to mine bitcoin from it's players?

This is probably a very unintelligent question but I was wondering if some commercial servers implement it and if so where can it be found?

Edit: Or if it can even exist in the first place?
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Miners are considering project funding enforced by orphaning, according to this article (analysis inside)

I have seen many say the proposal discussed by miners for funding development and other projects with 1 to 10% of the block reward will be optional for BCH miners, and that "no one is saying they will orphan those who don't pay."
However, this article (live article, archived due to reddit filter) suggests that miners were assuming it would indeed be so:
Points of contention included just what percentage of the block reward should be used, and whether any at all would be a disincentive for miners to stay with BCH, driving them back to BTC. Suggestions were 5 to 10 percent, however Ver pointed out that as little as 1 percent could provide a healthy boost.
If it weren't enforced with orphaning, it wouldn't drive any miners away, since they could simply choose not to pay. This article implies the point of contention is how much to require BCH miners to pay, not whether to.
If miners are seriously considering requiring anyone who wants to mine BCH to pay 1-10% of the reward to fund proposals, especially without demonstrating any awareness of how deep and potentially onerous such a change is, that is quite concerning. Both at the level of sophistication of miners and at the thought that this might actually happen in a "gotta keep up with Dash, Neo, etc." impulse or the familiar politician-style "things need funding, we must do something and this is something therefore we must do this" false syllogism.
In the simplest and fairest terms I'd describe any such "project funding enforced by orphaning" proposal as a mechanism where miners vote to invest some of BCH's hashpower security into projects in hopes of gaining greater hashpower security later (through faster adoption and the resulting price increase).
Besides the obvious short-term security hit (less block reward on offer) and miner centralization (marginal miners pushed out) effects,* which are two sore spots for BCH already, when you get into the nuts and bolts there is a rat's nest of administrative issues. It's analogous to venture capital investment by hashpower voting, a kind of DAO, with extremely cumbersome administration.
*unless the news pushes up the price enough to compensate (short term and long term), but that's part and parcel with the investment gamble; it could succeed short term purely for image reasons, sure, but if "purely" that means it was in fact counterproductive as a funding program and that the market should eventually come to its senses and punish BCH for it
Yes hashpower voting is superior to democratic voting, and yes miners have skin in the game and thus motivation to make good choices, but that doesn't remove the "voting with other people's money" effect** nor does it make mining companies into investing geniuses (at least until the industry matures and reliable analysts and/or prediction markets exist).
What are the odds a panel of non-VCs, some of which are obligated to pay even if they disagree, pick winning bets? Would you buy such a fund?
**even with a conservative 75% threshold, up to 25% pay even if they think the investment is negative expected return for them
Finally, the devil is in the details. The inevitable clunkiness of such a voting scheme creates a fundamental trade-off between simplicity and accountability. For example, what if a project is funded and progress turns out to be slower than miners anticipated, it goes in a different direction than miners hoped, or there is worry about custodial malfeasance? The options to deal with that seem to be limited to these:
1) Very detailed rules about fund usage and conditions for revocation, such as by smart contract (pitfall: boondoggle by rigidity, custodians handcuffed by rules that fail to account for unforeseen contingencies, tying up a lot money or forcing it into meaningless avenues - and the opportunists to pop up to capitalize on that malinvestment)
2) Another vote each time a concern arises (pitfall: 75% cutoff very hard to reach - or if 50% then the "voting with other people's money" factor doubles from 25% to 50%, too annoying for miners to bother with the research and voting on every issue, language barrier, each miner must have reps go meet people in person to even get close to VC-level of success if dealing with potential malfeasance, incompetence, or just plain disagreements about project vision - boondoggle by administrative nightmare)
3) Let it ride, keep money spigots on and hope for the best (pitfall: boondoggle by even more waste and even less connection with miner wishes; projects could require quarterly re-vote, but that's yet more overhead, moving the problem back toward (2))
All in all, it seems obvious to me that
Minimal administrative complexity to have much chance of net benefit > Maximal administrative complexity that is manageable in an inevitably clunky blockchain-based voting scheme
and it does need to be a net benefit (positive expected return), or else it harms BCH price and security even if it makes certain people happier (such as devs who deserve funding).
This situation is classic Bastiat. The seen and the unseen.. We see the projects funded, the well-deserving devs finally getting paid to go full-time, the increased adoption through marketing in some spheres, and maybe even price spikes (and therefore security increases) that seem to correlate with those things, but what we don't see is whether security would have been higher or lower in the absence of the program (if an attack happens, it's too late).
For all we know, the program was tremendously wasteful and resulted in nearly all of the X% investment being unproductive. Something inevitably gets done and its backers inevitably try to paint it as a big success. "Look at that beautiful bridge built, speeding transport, a definite benefit!" This is of course the refrain of every boondoggle.
The refrain to "look at that nice app that was made and that new smart contract function that was enabled and that merchant marketing that succeeded" is no less misleading. Nice things can be built by sacrificing Bitcoin's security, but that doesn't make the sacrifice worth it. The analysis is always incomplete until we know whether the security is higher thanks to the project on net, after paying the initial price in security. The fact that there is a strong tendency to assume so, despite there being no reason to, is exactly why such proposals are dangerously tempting.
Naturally the fallacy is obvious when considering cash investment: the fact that you get some of your money back is never mistaken as success. The mere fact that it would be better if a project had more money (almost always true!) does not even come close to implying it is an investment that will have a net positive effect to invest current hashpower security into it.
I think a better solution, if miners don't want to just individually and directly donate to or hire/contract people for their own needs,*** would be mining industry consortium(s) whose membership dues go toward projects. Miners may join thanks to typical benefits such industry groups provide: a seat at the table in negotiating standards and best practices, a structured venue for coordination and information-sharing, etc. Another non-orphaning option would be to do a blockchain-based scheme where only the miners who want to join in the funding program do. It has some of the downsides mentioned above but avoids several of the worst ones.
***it seems to me, for devs seeking funding, that direct hiring or contracting is by far the most likely way they are going to get pro-level (multi-6-figure) salaries paid by miners. Think of the overhead involved with vetting, hiring, monitoring, and - if needed - firing a $200-500k/year dev through blockchain voting by the whole group of miners in a way to ensure net benefit. It doesn't seem remotely realistic to me. Some will say all that could be outsourced to a trusted custodian, but that involves even greater hazards (millions entrusted to one person, or if a committee more bloat and overhead) and potential for waste and miners regretting the decision because the custodian doesn't do quite what miners intended (hires/fires for reasons they may not understand or agree with, seems like they might be playing favorites with friends, etc.). And note that there would likely be a crowding out effect, where miners already pay into the voted funds pool so are less likely to shell out additional money to hire/contract or donate to their favorite devs. I want to see more devs getting paid more, but please consider that a scheme enforced by orphaning is unlikely to be the best way to maximize dev pay (even if the goal were to maximize dev pay at all costs).
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Best Quotes from "The Bitcoin Standard"

Best Quotes from Saifedean Ammous book "The Bitcoin Standard"
  1. "Bitcoin can be best understood as distributed software that allows for transfer of value using a currency protected from unexpected inflation without relying on trusted third parties"
  2. "While Bitcoin is a new invention of the digital age, the problems it purports to solve - namely, providing a form of money that is under the full command of its owner and likely to hold its value in the long run - are as old as human society itself"
  3. "People’s choices are subjective, and so there is no “right” and “wrong” choice of money. There are, however, consequences to choices"
  4. "I like to call this the easy money trap: anything used as a store of value will have its supply increased, and anything whose supply can be easily increased will destroy the wealth of those who used it as a store of value"
  5. "For something to assume a monetary role, it has to be costly to produce, otherwise the temptation to make money on the cheap will destroy the wealth of the savers, and destroy the incentive anyone has to save in this medium"
  6. "The monetary media that survived for longest are the ones that had very reliable mechanisms for restricting their supply growth - in other words, hard money"
  7. "The choice of what makes the best money has always been determined by the technological realities of societies shaping the salability of different goods"
  8. "Human civilization flourished in times and places where sound money was widely adopted, while unsound money all too frequently coincided with civilizational decline and societal collapse"
  9. "Whether in Rome, Constantinople, Florence, or Venice, history shows that a sound monetary standard is a necessary prerequisite for human flourishing, without which society stands on the precipice of barbarism and destruction"
  10. "History shows it is not possible to insulate yourself from the consequences of others holding money that is harder than yours"
  11. "Some of the most important technological, medical, economic, and artistic human achievements were invented during the era of the gold standard, which partly explains why it was known as la Belle Epoque, or the beautiful era, across Europe"
  12. "World War I saw the end of the era of monetary media being the choice decided by the free market, and the beginning of the era of government money"
  13. "Government money is similar to primitive forms of money and commodities other than gold: it is liable to having its supply increased quickly compared to its stock, leading to a quick loss of salability, destruction of purchasing power, and impoverishment of its holders"
  14. "With the simple suspension of gold redeemability, governments’ war efforts were no longer limited to the money that they had in their own treasuries, but extended virtually to the entire wealth of the population"
  15. "Had European nations remained on the gold standard, or had the people of Europe held their own gold in their own hands […], history might have been different. It is likely that WorldWar I would have been settled militarily within a few months of conflict"
  16. "The cause of the Great Crash of 1929 was the diversion away from the gold standard in the post-WWI years, and the deepening of the Depression was caused by government control and socialization of the economy in the Hoover and FDR years"
  17. "All spending is spending, in the naive economics of Keynesians, and so it matters not if that spending comes from individuals feeding their families or governments murdering foreigners: it all counts in aggregate demand and it all reduces unemployment!"
  18. "In essence, Bretton Woods attempted to achieve through central planning what the international gold standard of the nineteenth century had achieved spontaneously"
  19. "Hyperinflation is a form of economic disaster unique to government money. There was never an example of hyperinflation with economies that operated a gold or silver standard"
  20. "With government money, whose cost of production tends to zero, it has become quite possible for an entire society to witness all of its savings in the form of money disappear in the space of a few months or even weeks"
  21. "Hyperinflation is a far more pernicious phenomenon than just the loss of a lot of economic value by a lot of people; it constitutes a complete breakdown of the structure of economic production of a society built up over centuries and millennia"
  22. "Even if the textbooks were correct about the benefits of government management of the money supply, the damage from one episode of hyperinflation anywhere in the world far outweighs them"
  23. "Hanke and Bushnell have been able to verify 57 episodes of hyperinflation in history, only one of which occurred before the era of monetary nationalism, and that was the inflation in France in 1795, in the wake of the Mississippi Bubble"
  24. “The constantly increasing supply means a continuous devaluation of thecurrency, expropriating the wealth of the holders to benefit those who printthe currency, and those who receive it earliest. This is termed the CantillonEffect”
  25. “Whether it’s because of downright graft, “national emergency,” or an infestation of inflationist schools of economics, government will always find a reason and a way to print more money, expanding government power while reducing the wealth of the currency holders”
  26. “It is ironic, and very telling, that in the era of government money, governments themselves own far more gold in their official reserves than they did under the international gold standard of 1871–1914”
  27. “A sound money makes service valuable to others the only avenue open for prosperity to anyone, thus concentrating society’s efforts on production, cooperation, capital accumulation, and trade”
  28. “The twentieth century was the century of unsound money and the omnipotent state, as a market choice in money was denied by government diktat, and government-issued paper money was forced on people with the threat of violence”
  29. “Sound money is an essential requirement for individual freedom from despotism and repression, as the ability of a coercive state to create money can give it undue power over its subjects, power which by its very nature will attract the least worthy, and most immoral”
  30. “Sound money is a prime factor in determining individual time preference, an enormously important and widely neglected aspect of individual decision making. Time preference refers to the ratio at which individuals value thepresent compared to the future”
  31. “Economist Hans-Hermann Hoppe explains that once time preference drops enough to allow for any savings and capital or durable consumer-goodsformation at all, the tendency is for time preference to drop even further as a“process of civilization” is initiated”
  32. “Microeconomics has focused on transactions between individuals, and macroeconomics on the role of government in the economy ; [...] the most important economic decisions to any individual’s well-being are the ones they conduct in their trade-offs with their future self”
  33. “The better the money is at holding its value, the more it incentivizes people to delay consumption and instead dedicate resources for production in the future, leading to capital accumulation and improvement of living standards”
  34. “The move from money that holds its value or appreciates to money that loses its value is very significant in the long run: society saves less, accumulates less capital, and possibly begins to consume its capital”
  35. “Civilizations prosper under a sound monetary system, but disintegrate when their monetary systems are debased, as was the case with the Romans, the Byzantines, and modern European societies”
  36. “What matters in money is its purchasing power, not its quantity, and as such, any quantity of money is enough to fulfil the monetary functions, as long as it is divisible and groupable enough to satisfy holders’ transaction and storage needs”
  37. “The best form of money in history was the one that would cause the new supply of money to be the least significant compared to the existing stockpiles, and thus make its creation not a good source of profit”
  38. “Had government money been a superior unit of account and store of value, it would not need government legal tender laws to enforce it, nor would governments worldwide have had to confiscate large quantities of gold and continue to hold them in their central bank reserves”
  39. “The fact that central banks continue to hold onto their gold, and have even started increasing their reserves, testifies to the confidence they have in their own currencies in the long term”
  40. “Sound money is money that gains in value slightly over time, meaning that holding onto it is likely to offer an increase in purchasing power”
  41. “Unsound money, being controlled by central banks whose express mission is to keep inflation positive, will offer little incentive for holders to keep it”
  42. “With unsound money, only returns that are higher than the rate of depreciation of the currency will be positive in real terms, creating incentives for high-return but high-risk investment and spending”
  43. “Savings rates have been declining across the developed countries, dropping to very low levels, while personal, municipal, and national debts have increased to levels which would have seemed unimaginable in the past”
  44. “One of the most mendacious fantasies that pervades Keynesian economic thought is the idea that the national debt “does not matter, since we owe it to ourselves”
  45. “Only a high-time-preference disciple of Keynes could fail to understand that this “ourselves” is not one homogeneous blob but is differentiated into several generations -namely, the current ones which consume recklessly at the expense of future ones”
  46. “The twentieth century’s binge on conspicuous consumption cannot be understood separately from the destruction of sound money and the outbreak of Keynesian high-time-preference thinking, in vilifying savings and deifying consumption as the key to economic prosperity”
  47. “It is an ironic sign of the depth of modern-day economic ignorance fomented by Keynesian economics that capitalism - an economic system based on capital accumulation from saving - is blamed for unleashing conspicuous consumption - theexact opposite of capital accumulation”
  48. “Capitalism is what happens when people drop their time preference, defer immediate gratification, and invest in the future. Debt-fueled mass consumption is as much a normal part of capitalism as asphyxiation is a normal part of respiration”
  49. “The only cause of economic growth in the first place is delayed gratification, saving, and investment, which extend the length of the production cycle and increase the productivity of the methods of production, leading to better standards of living”
  50. “This move from sound money to depreciating money has led to several generations of accumulated wealth being squandered on conspicuous consumption within a generation or two, making indebtedness the new method for funding major expenses”
  51. “As H. L. Mencken put it: “Every election is an advanced auction on stolen goods””
  52. “As politicians sell people the lie that eternal welfare and retirement benefits are possible through the magic of the monetary printing press, the investment in a family becomes less and less valuable”53.“The majority of the technology we use in our modern life was invented in the 19th century, under the gold standard, financed with the ever-growing stock of capital accumulated by savers storing their wealth in a sound money and store of value which did not depreciate quickly”
  53. “The contributions of sound money to human flourishing are not restricted to scientific and technological advance; they can also be vividly seen in the art world”
  54. “In times of sound money and low time preference, artists worked on perfecting their craft so they could produce valuable works in the long run”56.“Modern artists have replaced craft and long hours of practice with pretentiousness, shock value, indignation, and existential angst as ways to cow audiences into appreciating their art, and often added some pretense to political ideals, usually of the puerile Marxist variety”
  55. “As government money has replaced sound money, patrons with low time preference and refined tastes have been replaced by government bureaucrats with political agendas as crude as their artistic taste”
  56. “The Use of Knowledge in Society, by Friedrich #Hayek, is arguably one of the most important economic papers to have ever been written”
  57. “In a free market economic system, prices are knowledge, and the signals that communicate information”
  58. “Prices are not simply a tool to allow capitalists to profit; they are the information system of economic production, communicating knowledge across the world and coordinating the complex processes of production”
  59. “Any economic system that tries to dispense with prices will cause the complete breakdown of economic activity and bring a human society back to a primitive state”
  60. “The fatal flaw of socialism that #Mises exposed was that without a price mechanism emerging on a free market, socialism would fail at economic calculation, most crucially in the allocation of capital goods”
  61. “In an economy with a central bank and fractional reserve banking, the supply of loanable funds is directed by a committee of economists under the influence of politicians, bankers, TV pundits, and sometimes, most spectacularly, military generals”
  62. “Creating new pieces of paper and digital entries to paper over the deficiency in savings does not magically increase society’s physical capital stock; it only devalues the existing money supply and distorts prices”
  63. “Only with an understanding of the capital structure and how interest rate manipulation destroys the incentive for capital accumulation can one understand the causes of recessions and the swings of the business cycle”
  64. “The business cycle is the natural result of the manipulation of the interest rate distorting the market for capital by making investors imagine they can attain more capital than is available with the unsound money they have been given by the banks”
  65. “Contrary to Keynesian animist mythology, business cycles are not mystic phenomena caused by flagging “animal spirits” whose cause is to be ignored as central bankers seek to try to engineer recovery”
  66. “Economic logic clearly shows how recessions are the inevitable outcome of interest rate manipulation in the same way shortages are the inevitable outcome of price ceilings”
  67. “Monetary history testifies to how much more severe business cycles and recessions are when the money supply is manipulated than when it isn’t”
  68. “A capitalist system cannot function without a free market in capital, where the price of capital emerges through the interaction of supply and demand and the decisions of capitalists are driven by accurate price signals”
  69. “The central bank’s meddling in the capital market is the root of all recessions and all the crises which most politicians, journalists, academics, and leftist activists like to blame on capitalism”
  70. “Imagining that central banks can “prevent,” “combat,” or “manage” recessions is as fanciful and misguided as placing pyromaniacs and arsonists in charge of the fire brigade”
  71. “Central planning of credit markets must fail because it destroys markets’ mechanisms for price-discovery providing market participants with the accurate signals and incentives to manage their consumption and production”
  72. “It is typical of the #MiltonFriedman band of libertarianism in that it blames the government for an economic problem, but the flawed reasoning leads to suggesting even more government intervention as the solution”
  73. “Only when a central bank manipulates the money supply and interest rate does it become possible for large-scale failures across entire sectors of the economy to happen at the same time, causing waves of mass layoffs in entire industries”
  74. “In a free market for money, individuals would choose the currencies they want to use, and the result would be that they would choose the currency with the reliably lowest stock-to-flow ratio. This currency would oscillate the least with changes in demand and supply”
  75. “It is an astonishing fact of modern life that an entrepreneur in the year 1900 could make global economic plans and calculations all denominated in any international currency, with no thought whatsoever given to exchange rate fluctuations”
  76. “The combination of floating exchange rates and Keynesian ideology has given our world the entirely modern phenomenon of currency wars”
  77. “Hard money, by taking the question of supply out of the hands of governments and their economist-propagandists, would force everyone to be productive to society instead of seeking to get rich through the fool’s errand of monetary manipulation”
  78. “Under a sound monetary system, government had to function in a way that is unimaginable to generations reared on the twentieth-century news cycle: they had to be fiscally responsible”
  79. “For those of us alive today, raised on the propaganda of the omnipotent governments of the twentieth century, it is often hard to imagine a world in which individual freedom and responsibility supersede government authority”82“. The fundamental scam of modernity is the idea that government needs to manage the money supply. It is an unquestioned starting assumption of all mainstream economic schools of thought and political parties”
  80. “Having the ability to print money, literally and figuratively, increases the power of any government, and any government looks for anything that gives it more power”
  81. “By placing a hard cap on the total supply of bitcoins, Nakamoto was clearly unpersuaded by the arguments of the standard macroeconomics textbook and more influenced by the Austrian school, which argues that the quantity of money itself is irrelevant”
  82. “Societies with money of stable value generally develop a low time preference, learning to save and think of the future, while societies with high inflation and depreciating economies will develop high time preference as people lose track of the importance of saving”
  83. “With sound money, the government’s war effort was limited by the taxes it could collect. With unsound money, it is restrained by how much money it can create before the currency is destroyed, making it able to appropriate wealth far more easily”
  84. “Unsound money is a particularly dangerous tool in the hands of modern democratic governments facing constant reelection pressure. Modern voters are unlikely to favor the candidates who are upfront about the costs and benefits of their schemes”
  85. “Unsound money is at the heart of the modern delusion believed by most voters and those unfortunate enough to study modern macroeconomics at university level: that government actions have no opportunity costs”
  86. “It is no coincidence that when recounting the most horrific tyrants of history, one finds that every single one of them operated a system of government-issued money which was constantly inflated to finance government operation”
  87. “Unsound money makes government power potentially unlimited, with large consequences to every individual, forcing politics to the center stage of their life and redirecting much of society’s energy and resources to the zero-sum game of who gets to rule and how”
  88. “In the world of fiat money, having access to the central bank’s monetary spigots is more important than serving customers. Firms that can get low-interest-rate credit to operate will have a persistent advantage over competitors that cannot”
  89. “Banking has evolved into a business that generates returns without risks to bankers and simultaneously creates risks without returns for everyone else”
  90. “In a world where central banks allocate credit, the larger firm has an advantage in being able to secure funding at a low rate which its smaller competitors cannot get”
  91. “Bitcoin was the first engineering solution that allowed for digital payments without having to rely on a trusted third-party intermediary. By being the firstdigital object that is verifiably scarce, Bitcoin is the first example of digital cash”
  92. “Whereas in a modern central bank the new money created goes to finance lending and government spending, in Bitcoin the new money goes only to those who spend resources on updating the ledger”
  93. “Difficulty adjustment is the most reliable technology for making hard money and limiting the stock-to-flow ratio from rising, and it makes Bitcoin fundamentally different from every other money”
  94. “Bitcoin is the hardest money ever invented: growth in its value cannot possibly increase its supply; it can only make the network more secure and immune to attack”
  95. “The security of Bitcoin lies in the asymmetry between the cost of solving the proof-of-work necessary to commit a transaction to the ledger and the cost of verifying its validity”
  96. “The Bitcoin ledger of transactions might just be the only objective set of facts in the world”
  97. “Bitcoin is the first example of a digital good whose transfer stops it from being owned by the sender”
  98. “Bitcoin presents a tremendous technological leap forward in the monetary solution to the indirect exchange problem, perhaps as significant as the move from cattle and salt to gold and silver”
  99. “Without a conservative monetary policy and difficulty adjustment, Bitcoin would only have succeeded theoretically as digital cash, but remained too insecure to be used widely in practice”
  100. “Bitcoin’s volatility derives from the fact that its supply is utterly inflexible and not responsive to demand changes, because it is programmed to grow at a predetermined rate”
  101. “As the size of the market grows, along with the sophistication and the depth of the financial institutions dealing with Bitcoin, this volatility will likely decline”
  102. “As long as Bitcoin is growing, its token price will behave like that of a stock of a start-up achieving very fast growth. Should Bitcoin’s growth stop and stabilize, it would stop attracting high-risk investment flows, and become just a normal monetary asset”
  103. “Bitcoin is the cheapest way to buy the future, because Bitcoin is the only medium guaranteed to not be debased, no matter how much its value rises”
  104. “The strict digital scarcity of the Bitcoin tokens combines the best elements of physical monetary media, without any of the physical drawbacks to moving and transporting it. Bitcoin might have a claim to make for being the best technology for saving ever invented”
  105. “Any person who owns Bitcoin achieves a degree of economic freedom which was not possible before its invention”
  106. “For the first time since the emergence of the modern state, individuals have a clear technical solution to escaping the financial clout of the governments they live under”
  107. “Bitcoin, and cryptography in general, are defensive technologies that make the cost of defending property and information far lower than the cost of attacking them”
  108. “If BTC continues to grow to capture a larger share of the global wealth, it may force governments to become more and more a form of voluntary organization, which can only acquire its “taxes” voluntarily by offering its subjects services they would be willing to pay for”
  109. “Contrary to popular depictions of anarchists as hoodie-clad hoodlums, Bitcoin’s brand of anarchism is completely peaceful, providing individuals with the tools necessary for them to be free from government control and inflation”
  110. “The invention of Bitcoin has created, from the ground up, a new independent alternative mechanism for international settlement that does not rely on any intermediary and can operate entirely separate from the existing financial infrastructure”
  111. “Bitcoin can be seen as the new emerging reserve currency for online transactions, where the online equivalent of banks will issue Bitcoin-backed tokens to users while keeping their hoard of Bitcoins in cold storage”
  112. “Bitcoin’s advantage is that by bringing the finality of cash settlement to the digital world, it has created the fastest method for final settlement of large payments across long distances and national borders”
  113. “Bitcoin can be best understood to compete with settlement payments between central banks and large financial institutions, and it compares favorably to them due to its verifiable record, cryptographic security, and imperviousness to third-party security holes”
  114. “BTC, having no counterparty risk and no reliance on any third-party, is uniquely suited to play the same role that gold played in the gold standard"
  115. “If Bitcoin continues to grow in value and gets utilized by a growing number of financial institutions, it will become a reserve currency for a new form of central bank"
  116. “The first central bank to buy BTC will alert the rest of the central banks to the possibility and make many of them rush toward it. The first central bank purchase is likely to make the value of BTC rise significantly"
  117. “While central banks have mostly been dismissive of the importance of BTC, this could be a luxury they may not afford for long. As hard as it might be for central bankers to believe it, BTC is a direct competitor to their line ofbusiness”
  118. “The modern central bank business model is being disrupted. Central banks now have no way of stopping competition by just passing laws as they have always done. They are now up against a digital competitor that most likely cannot be brought under the physical world’s laws”
  119. “If the modern world is ancient Rome, suffering the economic consequences of monetary collapse, with the dollar our aureus, then Satoshi Nakamoto is our Constantine, Bitcoin is his solidus, and the Internet is our Constantinople”
  120. “Should it achieve some sort of stability in value, Bitcoin would be superior to using national currencies for global payment settlements, as is the case today, because national currencies fluctuate in value based on each nation’s and government’s conditions”
  121. “Bitcoin is the only truly decentralized digital currency which has grown spontaneously as a finely balanced equilibrium between miners, coders, and users, none of whom can control it”
  122. “After years of watching altcoins get created, it seems impossible that any coin will recreate the adversarial standoff that exists between Bitcoin stakeholders and prevents any party from controlling payments in it”
  123. “It is high time for everyone involved in BTC to stop concerning themselves with the question of the identity of Nakamoto, and accept that it does not matter to the operation of the technology, in the same way that the identity of the inventor of the wheel no longer matters”
  124. “No single altcoin has demonstrated anything near Bitcoin’s impressive resilience to change, which is down to its truly decentralized nature and the strong incentives for everyone to abide by the status quo consensus rules”
  125. “Contrary to a lot of the hype surrounding Bitcoin, eliminating the need for trust in third parties is not an unquestionably good thing to do in all avenues of business and life”
  126. “A non-Bitcoin blockchain combines the worst of both worlds: the cumbersome structure of the blockchain with the cost and security risk of trusted third parties”
  127. "“It is no wonder that eight years after its invention, blockchain technology has not yet managed to break through in a successful, ready-for-market commercial application other than the one for which it was specifically designed: Bitcoin”
  128. “The most common potential applications touted for blockchain technology - payments, contracts, and asset registry - are only workable to the extent that they run using the decentralized currency of the blockchain”
  129. “All blockchains without currencies have not moved from the prototype stage to commercial implementation because they cannot compete with current best practice in their markets”
  130. “Any application of #blockchain technology will only make commercial sense if its operation is reliant on the use of electronic cash, and only if electronic cash’s disintermediation provides economic benefits outweighing the use of regular currencies and payment channels”
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We are now within about four weeks of the halving...

We are now within about four weeks of the halving, which should add both bullish and bearish pressure to the market over the next few months. Despite the fact that we think the event will be a positive thing for the market overall, we also expect volatility to pick up as well.
Obviously a halving of the daily inflation rate will put upward pressure on the market even if demand remains stagnant at current levels. In order for businesses and consumers to maintain their current level of bitcoin activity price will have to necessarily go up, all else being equal. If, on the other hand, demand increases incrementally from now until the beginning of next month, then there is the possibility of supply/demand inbalances and thus a market repricing higher much like we saw in early 2013.
Conversely, due to the relatively large size of the bitcoin markets in comparison to 2012 - 2013 timeframe, there is also the chance of a pullback just after the halving. Miners may be hoarding coins right now in order to sell them post-halving for an inflated price, as well as to cover any unexpected costs that may arise following the halving of their daily revenues. This rush to sell these hoarded coins could drive price down temporarily causing some panic, however we think this will be a buyable correction due to the longer term technical strength.
Once we get through the summer, likely the August - September time period, then we will have a much better idea of the new supply and demand dynamics of the market, as well as the new economics of the mining game. While we think we will be seeing substantially higher prices at some point this year, even possibly above the ATH’s, we also think that volatility will be much more substantial than we have seen the past few years.
Graph here:
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CNBC said 90 new hedge funds formed this year for bitcoin investment compared to 10 last year but the 2.3 billion they have to invest is still a tiny fraction of the 3 Trillion dollar hedge fund industry. My conclusion....much much more upside coming.

CNBC said 90 new hedge funds formed this year for bitcoin investment compared to 10 last year but the 2.3 billion they have to invest is still a tiny fraction of the 3 Trillion dollar hedge fund industry. My conclusion....much much more upside coming.
The spigots on the huge world financial faucets are just STARTING to open. Up until now Bitcoin price increases have mostly been driven by tiny individual investors.
We cant even begin to imagine the pricing pressure that will appear when substantial portions of billions and trillions of dollars need to take a position or be left behind by their investors asking them why the haven't.
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Possible to customize SCCM Malware Alert email with Service Manager?

Currently, when a machine gets an infection, or infection is found, SCCM creates an alert, which in turn creates a ticket in Service Manager. Problem is, when the tickets are created, if say 2 or more machines get infected at the same time, SCCM/Service manager is combining the data into a single ticket.
System Center Endpoint Protection has detected malware on one or more computers in your organization Collection name: All Workstations and Laptops in Collection w/Excludes Malware Name: PUA:Win32/Spigot Number of infections: 1 Last detection time(UTC time): 1/28/2018 11:17:36 PM These are the infections of this malware: 1. Computer name: Domain: domain Detection time(UTC time): 1/28/2018 11:17:36 PM Malware file path: containerfile:_C:\Users\xxxxx\Downloads\Setup_FLVConverter.exe;file:_C:\Users\xxxxx\Downloads\Setup_FLVConverter.exe->(nsis-6-€);webfile:_c:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Microsoft Antimalware\LocalCopy\{81F1022F-868B-4027-ABDA-28910ED23F34}-Setup_FLVConverter.exe|;webfile:_C:\Users\dgreen3\Downloads\Setup_FLVConverter.exe| Remediation action: NoAction Action status: Succeeded Malware Name: Trojan:Win32/Detplock Number of infections: 1 Last detection time(UTC time): 1/28/2018 11:13:50 AM These are the infections of this malware: 1. Computer name: Domain: domain Detection time(UTC time): 1/28/2018 11:13:50 AM Malware file path: file:_C:\Users\xxxxxxx\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE5\144O4U18\jquery.themepunch.revolution.min[1].js Remediation action: Remove Action status: Succeeded Malware Name: Trojan:Win32/Skeeyah.A!bit Number of infections: 1 Last detection time(UTC time): 1/28/2018 7:20:45 AM These are the infections of this malware: 1. Computer name: Domain: domain Detection time(UTC time): 1/28/2018 7:20:45 AM Malware file path: file:_C:\Users\xxxxxxx\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Cache\f_008f76 Remediation action: Remove Action status: Succeeded To view further information about malware activity in your organization, run Malware Details Report. Note: No additional Malware Detection alerts will be generated for these computers if no new infections are found in the next 24 hours. 
Even later, if a 4th PC comes in as infected, it will take this current information and append the newest PC to the top of the list. Almost like it's trying to fill up the allowed character space in the Description text box for the ticket.
In some instances, if only one machine comes through that has an infection, the ticket will have only information related to that machine.
System Center Endpoint Protection has detected malware on one or more computers in your organization Collection name: All Workstations and Laptops in Collection w/Excludes Malware Name: Trojan:Win32/Dynamer!rfn Number of infections: 1 Last detection time(UTC time): 1/2/2018 2:20:54 AM These are the infections of this malware: 1. Computer name: Domain: domain Detection time(UTC time): 1/2/2018 2:20:54 AM Malware file path: file:_C:\Users\xxxxxx\Desktop\MEDIA\BitCoin PD\Bitcoin Mega Pack [July - Aug 2017]\Simple Mining Calculator.exe Remediation action: Remove Action status: Succeeded To view further information about malware activity in your organization, run Malware Details Report. Note: No additional Malware Detection alerts will be generated for these computers if no new infections are found in the next 24 hours. 
Even in some instances, if multiple infections are found on the same machine, the ticket will reflect only that. As it's the only one to come through at the time.
System Center Endpoint Protection has detected malware on one or more computers in your organization Collection name: All Workstations and Laptops in Collection w/Excludes These are the infections of this malware: 1. Computer name: Domain: domain Detection time(UTC time): 9/23/2018 4:28:42 PM Malware file path: containerfile:_C:\Users\xxxxxx\Desktop\MASTERY\TECH MASTERY\BlockChain_BitCoin Ebooks\NiceHashMiner_v1.7.5.12.rar;file:_C:\Users\xxxxxx\Desktop\MASTERY\TECH MASTERY\BlockChain_BitCoin Ebooks\NiceHashMiner_v1.7.5.12.rar->NiceHashMiner_v1.7.5.12\cpuid.dll;file:_C:\Users\xxxxxx\Desktop\MASTERY\TECH MASTERY\BlockChain_BitCoin Ebooks\NiceHashMiner_v1.7.5.12.rar->NiceHashMiner_v1.7.5.12\CudaDeviceDetection.exe;file:_C:\Users\xxxxxx\Desktop\MASTERY\TECH MASTERY\BlockChain_BitCoin Ebooks\NiceHashMiner_v1.7.5.12 Remediation action: NoAction Action status: Succeeded Malware Name: Trojan:Win32/Tiggre!rfn Number of infections: 1 Last detection time(UTC time): 9/23/2018 4:28:12 PM These are the infections of this malware: 1. Computer name: Domain: domain Detection time(UTC time): 9/23/2018 4:28:12 PM Malware file path: containerfile:_C:\Users\xxxxxx\Desktop\MASTERY\TECH MASTERY\BlockChain_BitCoin Ebooks\NiceHashMiner_v1.7.5.12.rar;file:_C:\Users\xxxxxx\Desktop\MASTERY\TECH MASTERY\BlockChain_BitCoin Ebooks\NiceHashMiner_v1.7.5.12.rar->NiceHashMiner_v1.7.5.12\NiceHashMiner.exe Remediation action: NoAction Action status: Succeeded To view further information about malware activity in your organization, run Malware Details Report. 
What I am looking to get is one ticket PER computer that comes through as infected or having an infection. The only time they should be grouped is if it's the same computer with multiple instances, as in the last example.
I was advised that SCOM would handle this. However when I reached out to our Server Ops team, the manager there said that it was SCCM that creates the alerts and triggers the emails to Service Manager. So with that being said, is it possible to configure SCCM and/or Service manager in combination to create one ticket per machine without appending the data for another machine into it?
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Buying bitcoin with credit cards on Atomic Wallet

Buying bitcoin with credit cards on Atomic Wallet
Greetings everyone its a beautiful day as i step up with another brilliant topic still on the Atomic wallet, you must have read my other posts about atomic-wallet, This adventure appears to be all the more fascinating subsequent to perusing the whitepaper. The venture has an extremely incredible idea. I realize this venture will get high achievement. I am extremely content with this venture. I will clarify a couple of more subtleties underneath about this incredible venture to be effectively comprehended by everybody.
Atomic wallet is a decentralized multi-money platform that gives an extraordinary, mainstream organization that empowers customers to diminish effort spent on regulating crypto assets and makes it clear and reliable. Atomic wallet isn't just a wallet yet moreover has a cross-chain Atomic swap exchange and a decentralized demand book.
The blend of Changelly and ShapeShift make it conceivable to trade more than 100 distinctive digital forms of money directly from the wallet interface.
Purchasing Bitcoin with Card
Purchasing Bitcoin with Credit Card
In addition, given that these are moment crypto fiat trades, you can likewise purchase coins with EUR and USD directly in the wallet. You can likewise utilize the Changelly and Shapeshift charge card portal to finance your record with any fiat cash truly. This is through the Simplex card preparing vendor.
This fiat usefulness is something that truly separates the Atomic wallet from a portion of the contenders. You don't need to utilize some substantial digital currency trade to initially purchase your coins and after that send them to your wallet. The minute that you have purchased these tokens they are put in your wallet.
The User Interface
Much the same as Exodus wallet picked up rave audits for its wonder