HELMET, Day 15

2021.10.16 02:28 CivilDivision HELMET, Day 15

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2021.10.16 02:28 crime_dude Kadarius >>> Devonta

Title says it all.
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2021.10.16 02:28 Huckleberry_17 What words are so mis or over used that they've lost all connection to their definition?

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2021.10.16 02:28 Complete_Software529 Canadian C8 next steps

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2021.10.16 02:28 wisrid Quem tá estudando pra polícia civil, pretende prestar pra qual cargo?

Estou um pouco indeciso entre investigador e escrivão, e em SP as provas são no mesmo horário então não dá pra fazer as duas.
Não me importo muito com as funções de cada cargo, mas sim na maior facilidade de entrar. O conteúdo de investigador parece um pouquinho mais extenso, mas tem mais vagas.
Por outro lado, o número de cargos vagos é quase igual...
Que indecisão.
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2021.10.16 02:28 AquaClock Unfit to govern

We're a wealthy country with money to spare.
Hard working families can't put bread on the table. Families in which both parents are working full time hours are needing to claim benefits to meet the costs of living, benefits which are being reduced as inflation heads for double digits, and kids who are running riot stabbing eachother because they don't have any viable way to a decent future they can invest in.
In what reality are these people being ignored and left to die, while others take matters into their own hands to murder the local government representatives, in a so-called wealthy country?
People of developing countries struggle to find any kind of job to feed their families and put a roof over their heads, while in this country we have people working full time struggling to put a roof over their heads.
I think this pandemic has taught us all a valuable lesson - that working hard never got anyone jack shit. 99% of wealth has been syphoned off by employers to such an extent that the scraps of wealth left for working people has exceeded the greed of the non-working middle classes.
Obviously I have nothing but sorrow for the Tory councillor who lost his life today, and contempt for his murderer, as well as the Labour rep who was also murdered previously.
However, from the perspective of a hard working person who's wage growth and social mobility will at this point never reach the lofty heights of home ownership, or any other measurable sense of a stake in society, I don't see any morally viable way out of this mess dumped upon us.
Where the fuck is all our money and worth to society going?
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2021.10.16 02:28 juans-whatever Colin Jost releasing tension

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2021.10.16 02:28 calibabyy89 Increased Levo dosage

Got my blood work done and my endo said my TSH level is slightly higher than goal. My Thyroglobulin Antibody measured 11.8 IU/mL and the reference range is (0.9 - 4.0). Started levo in November of last year after my TT. Currently on 100mcg doctor wants to increase me to 112 mcg and then do blood work again in 6-8 weeks. Are there major side effects to having an increased dosage? I feel perfectly fine and have had zero problems with my current dosage which has been the same dosage since I started Levo and am afraid of experiencing effects with a higher dosage.
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2021.10.16 02:28 code4red7 should I replace my rear axle seals?

A few months ago I bought a used 06 titan with 178k. I am going to replace the rear diff fluid should I replace the axel seals while I am at it?
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2021.10.16 02:28 SapphoTCTC Ungulatis/Cow (yellow/brown skin): Rodent head with ram horns, quadrupedal, elephant feet, round tail and turquoise ridged sail [Utzenmate (88)]

Ungulatis/Cow (yellow/brown skin): Rodent head with ram horns, quadrupedal, elephant feet, round tail and turquoise ridged sail [Utzenmate (88)] submitted by SapphoTCTC to NMS_TetraHedron [link] [comments]


2021.10.16 02:28 MPSv3 I saw your Chucky Layclerk and raise it with my Nosey Ricchairdo!

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2021.10.16 02:28 ayfilm Thank you!

Hello! I’m a television editor and I’ve spent the last 8 months cutting what will eventually become Harley Quinn S3, and it’s far-and-away my favorite thing I’ve ever worked on. It was my favorite tv show before I booked it and I got to work with some of the most talented people in showbiz who love it as much as I do.
But all jobs have their tough days, and on mine I would always come here to appreciate y’all’s cosplays, fan art & story theories (both the wildly off-base and eerily accurate). It really recharged my batteries knowing people were so passionately excited for what I was lucky enough to work on, and I promise the wait will be worth it. I can’t wait for you to see it.
Ok, back to lurking I go! Enjoy FanDome tomorrow!
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2021.10.16 02:28 oakiech Streaming Comp Overwatch games

yoyo streaming Overwatch
www.twitch.tv/tqn_ow
Come say hi!
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2021.10.16 02:28 sloanranger80 41 [m4f] london, uk

Bored on a Friday , anyone else?
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2021.10.16 02:28 economicsdesign Why Is Algorithmic Stablecoin Important?

We provide over 100+ FREE crypto articles on our SubStack! :D (Link on our profile)
TLDR
We are creating dynamic systems and integrating the financial infrastructure into this new system. And this new system can integrate the current policies in place like fractional banking and reserve banking with capital efficiency. The innovation it brings now is dynamic monetary policy and reduced time lag in monetary response. We see an increasing number of papers being written on more robust monetary policies by central banks. They seem novel and to implement them to rewrite the current monetary system is difficult. But with algorithmic stablecoins we can experiment with these designs and study the empirical evidence of their efficiency. In this way we can build better monetary models for the future.

What Is Stablecoin? Stablecoins are crypto assets that try to reduce volatility by pegging the value to another asset. Thus, it is stable with respect to the asset. For example, the value of the stablecoin will often be anchored to another type of stable asset such as central bank money (USD, CHF, RMB, SGD) or a commodity (gold, silver, precious metals).
Why We Need Stablecoin

Stay tuned for our algo stablecoin research paper coming out! It is a collaboration between Economics Design, Lemniscap VC and Bocconi University.
TLDR: easy access to this new digital crypto space.
Stablecoins appear to solve the biggest problem in the current cryptocurrency market, volatility. For traders or investors, they can convert assets to stablecoins to avoid cryptocurrency volatility without necessarily converting to fiat.
For stores, it is difficult for a company to accept payment with a cryptocurrency when there is a fluctuation of 20-30% in value in a short period of time. This makes the broad adoption of cryptocurrencies much more difficult.
Therefore, stablecoin is important as a bridge between the electronic market and the traditional financial market. The transition from fiat to cryptocurrency has been a lot easier since the advent of stablecoins.
As Erik Voorhees, CEO of Shapeshift said:
“Stablecoins are important in the same way that a bridge is important. You may not care much about the bridge, but without it, the beautiful land beyond is much harder to get to”.
Types Of Stablecoin How are these stablecoins created? Via various mechanisms which can be broadly classified into fiat-collateralised, crypto-collateralised and algorithmic.
Fiat-Collateralised Stablecoin This is the most popular form of stablecoin in the cryptocurrency market at the moment. The value of these stablecoins is often pegged to the value of real money at a 1:1 ratio.
The main feature of this type of stablecoin is that the total supply of it on the market must be worth the equivalent of the amount of money stored by the issuer.
To ensure the truthfulness of that, the issuers will be inspected, managed and audited by a reputable financial institution such as a bank or financial audit company.
The risk of this type of stablecoin is the risk that the issuer of the stablecoin cannot prove that the reserve amount is of equal value to the value of the stablecoin circulating in the market.
Some typical fiat-backed stablecoins: Tether ($USDT), TrueUSD ($TUSD), USD Coin ($USDC), Paxos Standard ($PAX).
Crypto-Collateralised Stablecoin Like fiat-backed, crypto-backed stablecoins are stablecoins that are collateralised by a crypto asset.
However, the difference between these two types of stablecoin is where the collateral is stored.
With fiat-backed, collateral is stored off-chain by reputable third parties such as banks or auditing firms.
With crypto-backed, collateral is stored immediately on blockchain (on chain) which is locked in by means of a Smart Contract. This brings transparency as well as decentralisation.
The risk of the form of stablecoin collateralised by crypto is the fluctuation of the price of the crypto coin that is collateralised.
To minimise that risk, these stablecoins have to increase the value of the collateral to a very high level to ensure that price fluctuations do not affect the stability of the stablecoin.
In case the value of the collateralised crypto is lower than the issued stablecoin, the smart contract liquidates the collateralised assets to ensure the stability of the stablecoin.
Some typical stablecoins: MakerDAO ($DAI), Bitshares ($BitUSD), Celo, Reserves ($RSV).
Algorithmic Stablecoin This type of stablecoin is not collateralised by any kind of asset. Instead, to maintain stability, these stablecoins use an algorithm-based supply-demand elasticity mechanism.
The working nature of this stablecoin is similar to how central banks work with fiat money.
When the value of a stablecoin is too high due to increased demand, the issuer will bring to the market a quantity of stablecoins until the value of the stablecoin is stabilised.
And vice versa — when the value of the stablecoin drops too low, issuers will issue bonds bought with stablecoins to attract speculators to buy stablecoins. This increases the demand for stablecoin which brings its value back to a stable level.
The risk of this form of stablecoin is that when speculators no longer buy bonds, that stablecoin will collapse. A prime example of this collapse is the Basis Stablecoin.
Some typical stablecoins of this type: Carbon, Steeem Dollar, Bitpay Officical, Nubits.
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2021.10.16 02:28 Firm_Breakfast_2630 Help me find my grail shoe: Jordan 1 Retro High Royal in size 8 US / 41 EU

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2021.10.16 02:28 StevenBayShore A nice vodka gimlet tonight. Cheers, everyone!

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2021.10.16 02:28 kate-steak Smile pretty for the camera!

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2021.10.16 02:28 butterjack Mio got mixed up when choosing a sleeping position, lol . #CatsOfTwitter #cute

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2021.10.16 02:28 nick1231 Set times for Echo Stage tonight?

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2021.10.16 02:28 Altruistic_Ad_5573 Hi, I need your opinion on my map or if you suggest me to change it to another game mode. (https://crux.page.link/B43ec)

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2021.10.16 02:28 LaxBrodahNumberT Emerald Nuzlocke, the Brawly Brawl

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2021.10.16 02:28 pokepokepoke-poke :)

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2021.10.16 02:28 Basicalibysharier Benetton plans to raise RMG sourcing from Bangladesh

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2021.10.16 02:28 economicsdesign Why Is Algorithmic Stablecoin Important?

We provide over 100+ FREE crypto articles on our SubStack! :D (Link on our profile)
TLDR
We are creating dynamic systems and integrating the financial infrastructure into this new system. And this new system can integrate the current policies in place like fractional banking and reserve banking with capital efficiency. The innovation it brings now is dynamic monetary policy and reduced time lag in monetary response. We see an increasing number of papers being written on more robust monetary policies by central banks. They seem novel and to implement them to rewrite the current monetary system is difficult. But with algorithmic stablecoins we can experiment with these designs and study the empirical evidence of their efficiency. In this way we can build better monetary models for the future.

What Is Stablecoin? Stablecoins are crypto assets that try to reduce volatility by pegging the value to another asset. Thus, it is stable with respect to the asset. For example, the value of the stablecoin will often be anchored to another type of stable asset such as central bank money (USD, CHF, RMB, SGD) or a commodity (gold, silver, precious metals).
Why We Need Stablecoin

Stay tuned for our algo stablecoin research paper coming out! It is a collaboration between Economics Design, Lemniscap VC and Bocconi University.
TLDR: easy access to this new digital crypto space.
Stablecoins appear to solve the biggest problem in the current cryptocurrency market, volatility. For traders or investors, they can convert assets to stablecoins to avoid cryptocurrency volatility without necessarily converting to fiat.
For stores, it is difficult for a company to accept payment with a cryptocurrency when there is a fluctuation of 20-30% in value in a short period of time. This makes the broad adoption of cryptocurrencies much more difficult.
Therefore, stablecoin is important as a bridge between the electronic market and the traditional financial market. The transition from fiat to cryptocurrency has been a lot easier since the advent of stablecoins.
As Erik Voorhees, CEO of Shapeshift said:
“Stablecoins are important in the same way that a bridge is important. You may not care much about the bridge, but without it, the beautiful land beyond is much harder to get to”.
Types Of Stablecoin How are these stablecoins created? Via various mechanisms which can be broadly classified into fiat-collateralised, crypto-collateralised and algorithmic.
Fiat-Collateralised Stablecoin This is the most popular form of stablecoin in the cryptocurrency market at the moment. The value of these stablecoins is often pegged to the value of real money at a 1:1 ratio.
The main feature of this type of stablecoin is that the total supply of it on the market must be worth the equivalent of the amount of money stored by the issuer.
To ensure the truthfulness of that, the issuers will be inspected, managed and audited by a reputable financial institution such as a bank or financial audit company.
The risk of this type of stablecoin is the risk that the issuer of the stablecoin cannot prove that the reserve amount is of equal value to the value of the stablecoin circulating in the market.
Some typical fiat-backed stablecoins: Tether ($USDT), TrueUSD ($TUSD), USD Coin ($USDC), Paxos Standard ($PAX).
Crypto-Collateralised Stablecoin Like fiat-backed, crypto-backed stablecoins are stablecoins that are collateralised by a crypto asset.
However, the difference between these two types of stablecoin is where the collateral is stored.
With fiat-backed, collateral is stored off-chain by reputable third parties such as banks or auditing firms.
With crypto-backed, collateral is stored immediately on blockchain (on chain) which is locked in by means of a Smart Contract. This brings transparency as well as decentralisation.
The risk of the form of stablecoin collateralised by crypto is the fluctuation of the price of the crypto coin that is collateralised.
To minimise that risk, these stablecoins have to increase the value of the collateral to a very high level to ensure that price fluctuations do not affect the stability of the stablecoin.
In case the value of the collateralised crypto is lower than the issued stablecoin, the smart contract liquidates the collateralised assets to ensure the stability of the stablecoin.
Some typical stablecoins: MakerDAO ($DAI), Bitshares ($BitUSD), Celo, Reserves ($RSV).
Algorithmic Stablecoin This type of stablecoin is not collateralised by any kind of asset. Instead, to maintain stability, these stablecoins use an algorithm-based supply-demand elasticity mechanism.
The working nature of this stablecoin is similar to how central banks work with fiat money.
When the value of a stablecoin is too high due to increased demand, the issuer will bring to the market a quantity of stablecoins until the value of the stablecoin is stabilised.
And vice versa — when the value of the stablecoin drops too low, issuers will issue bonds bought with stablecoins to attract speculators to buy stablecoins. This increases the demand for stablecoin which brings its value back to a stable level.
The risk of this form of stablecoin is that when speculators no longer buy bonds, that stablecoin will collapse. A prime example of this collapse is the Basis Stablecoin.
Some typical stablecoins of this type: Carbon, Steeem Dollar, Bitpay Officical, Nubits.
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