[WTS]Twotone Rolex Submariner aka ‘Bluesy’ ref 16613LB, full kit - $11.5k

2021.10.24 21:27 6figureincomepoverty [WTS]Twotone Rolex Submariner aka ‘Bluesy’ ref 16613LB, full kit - $11.5k

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2021.10.24 21:27 sacreda Your favourite person at the Swans?

Yah, I said 'person', not 'player'. We all love to marvel at what the boys can do on the field but it's time to give them some love for what they're like off the field!
So who's the current Swans player that you'd love to be mates with, would love to have as a teammate or just get an overall good vibe from?
I'll start.. Isaac Heeney for me. Always seems happy and like he'd be a great guy to chat to. And even tho he's built like a Greek god he seems pretty humble and down to earth. But he's a pretty cliché answer so i'll also throw up Lewis Melican, who in every interview ive seen he just seems like the classic modest quiet achiever.
Who u got?
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2021.10.24 21:27 HarwellDekatron While right-wingers complain about their voices not being heard, the media obsesses with amplifying their voices to create a false 'both sides' narrative. This is a ludicrous example of jt.

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2021.10.24 21:27 DafterSquiddy 🦑

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2021.10.24 21:27 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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2021.10.24 21:27 cciesla2 darkrai raid!!! 1210 7575 3034…0515 2350 6794…8554 3847 0308 pls add one :)

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2021.10.24 21:27 Unhappy-Thought9883 Where did SAVE come from

I think it's said the most determined person in the underground has the save ability or something but how does it work like why is it availabe for the most determined in the underground and not the world is it a merge of determination and magic and why does it reset time because acording to true lab's entries determination keeps the soul alive after death and that does not seem related to reseting time
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2021.10.24 21:27 Serious_Ad_1901 really crazy potential alien encounter?

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2021.10.24 21:27 miishmussh Female shrimp molted...and left eggs behind?

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2021.10.24 21:27 harperpotomus Therapist told me to stop watching Daniel Larson

After showing who Daniel Larson was to my therapist, she told me to stop watching him because she thinks that its an unhealthy obsession. it might be an unhealthy obsession, but its a good unhealthy obsession to me <3
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2021.10.24 21:27 lastminuteyeet Question about the 'Colonial Matrix of Power'!

Hi everyone! My theology professor at my community college assigned us a reading by author Walter Mignolo in which he describes something called the ‘Colonial Matrix of Power’, but the concept doesn’t really make sense to me with all the imagery of a 4-headed, 2-legged monster.
I’d really appreciate it if someone could explain it to me and what its purpose is/how it works/and who it benefits?
xoxo
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2021.10.24 21:27 WheeeeeThePeople NPR calls Alec Baldwin shooting of cinematographer "Mostly Peaceful". /s

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2021.10.24 21:27 Imboredcantusee I made my first okay render earlier!

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2021.10.24 21:27 GigaPots Distant Foil?

Is there a unit that uses distant foil well? I have some extra rinkahs and I'm considering whether to merge her to +3 or save some for fodder
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2021.10.24 21:27 AssasSylas_Creed What happened to Ruined King??

The game's website is still online --> Ruined King: A League of Legends Story™
Ruined King a League of Legends Story
Has the game been cancelled?
There was never any news of the game again.
This game is the last hope, this is a perfect opportunity to have a retcon of the whole event, giving a better ending because honestly what we had was sad to see.
Does anyone have any news? Riot, please don't abandon the game.
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2021.10.24 21:27 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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2021.10.24 21:27 StephanieKay22 Abandoned Police Station in Major Midwest City - All the paperwork was left behind. [OC]

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2021.10.24 21:27 zazzyman Xbox current gen

Madden Xbox current gen
Money Prizes
Regs
Limited rules
Comp Settings
Dev Tiers
We are in week 2
Discord: https://discord.gg/bb8hVExS
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2021.10.24 21:27 Dragon_Bruh_reddit Why are people ignoring the fact that kris opened the door?

Why are most people just ignoring the fact that kris left their door open when they opened the fountain. That means that the dark world, for what we know about them currently, would engulf the entire light world.
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2021.10.24 21:27 DaveThomas44 STOP Joe Biden’s WAR on Gun Owners!

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2021.10.24 21:27 shedevilgoblin 2 nights ago my idiot alcoholic roommate wanted pizza at 2am and past out and I woke up from the smell of burning food and when I turned my lamp on, my room was filled with smoke so I ran downstairs and turned off the oven and opened all my windows etc. (turns out my smoke alarms don’t work).

Needless to say, I prevented a house fire but the next day and today my throat has been hurting so bad, I’m mildly coughing and post nasal drip. Could this be from the smoke? What’s happening and what’s my next move? Almost feels like I have a cold but the timing of it makes me think it was caused by the smoke. Any advice is appreciated.
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2021.10.24 21:27 Wild_Tap5857 Pô cara pq tem que contar pra todo mundo?

Minha mãe percebeu que eu estava meio cabisbaixo e perguntou oq está acontecendo, falei que não era nada porém ela insistiu e desabafei com ela sobre alguns problemas pessoais. Até aí tudo bem, mas chegou uma vizinha aqui em casa pra bater papo e a infeliz usou meu desabafo para puxar assunto com a vizinha, e pqp pra que perguntou então krai? A vizinha ainda veio tirar satisfação da minha tristeza como se tivesse intimidade. Com todo respeito, mas vai ser fofoqueira na casa do caraio, não tem nada de bom acontecendo na vida e vem querer cuidar da dos outros.
Foi muito desnecessário isso e ainda nem recebi um conselho de fato, mas agora já foi né desgraça. Nunca façam isso pessoal, puta raiva dessa situação e ainda minha mãe não sabe conversar baixo e fala alto pra porra.
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2021.10.24 21:27 zexinftw Help. Thank You!

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2021.10.24 21:27 Interloper1990 Darkrai - Inviting 5, be online 2547 9552 8068

2547 9552 8068
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2021.10.24 21:27 AllenDo Family based i485 -(can I ask/will) the agency check the flight information

Hi,
My wife (beneficiary) and I (petitioner) was in a phase of long distance relationship before we got married (I need to live in a different state for a little while). And we took flights to see each other a few times during that period.
But I can not find my plane tickets records because my email was hacked last year. So I can not find the exact length of this long distance relationship and the record of my flights info to see her.
I am worried if we estimate the length or the start and end date of this period in the application package and the future interview, and if the USCIS agent checked with the TSA and the record is different from our filed form. Would this be a problem?
If I can not find the information about the flight info that I took to see her, can USCIS find these information with TSA directly?
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