Crypto trader and investor Scott Melker, also known as “The Wolf of All Streets,” expects the price of bitcoin to hit new all-time highs by the end of the year. “I would not be surprised at all to see bitcoin trading in six figures within the next six to 12 months, or ethereum even pushing towards $10,000 in that time,” he said. The trader also sees the Senate’s $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill as the biggest advertisement in history for bitcoin. ‘Wolf of All Streets’ Trader Sees Many Upsides to Bitcoin
Episode #339: George Davis, Hotchkis & Wiley, “We’re In Unchartered Territory Right Now” Guest: George Davis serves as CEO and is responsible for setting the firm’s strategic direction. Mr. Davis also serves as a portfolio manager on the Large Cap Fundamental Value and Large Cap Diversified Value portfolios. Date Recorded: 7/21/2021 | Run-Time: 49:27 Summary: In today’s episode, we’re talking long term value investing. We start with George’s investment philosophy and then walk through how he views the market today, seeing value in both financials and energy stocks. We talk
Episode #338: Startup Series – Will Matthews, Fellow, “Semen Quality Is The Canary In The Coal Mine To Overall Health” Guest: William Matthews is the founder and CEO of Fellow, which offers the only lab-certified, mail-in semen analysis that exceeds all standards for FDA validated semen analysis methods. Date Recorded: 7/15/2021 | Run-Time: 49:21 Summary: In today’s episode, we’re covering the topic that men like to shy away from – sperm health! We start by discussing the decline in fertility rates in the West and the possible reasons why –
MLOps Best Practices = Previous post Next post => Tags: Best Practices, MLOps Many technical challenges must be overcome to achieve successful delivery of machine learning solutions at scale. This article shares best practices we encountered while architecting and applying a model deployment platform within a large organization, including required functionality, the recommendation for a scalable deployment pattern, and techniques for testing and performance tuning models to maximize platform throughput. comments By Siddharth (Sid) Kashiramka, (Sr. Manager, Platform, Capital One), Anshuman Guha, (Principal Data Scientist, Card DS, Capital One),
Blockchain technology is disrupting every sector of the global economy with its limitless opportunities and innovative products. Decentralized finance is one of the sectors that has been trying to shake the traditional financial ecosystem. The multitude of DeFi applications emerging all over the fintech space has provided solutions, such as lending, staking, exchange of derivatives, among others.The current craze is justified, as DeFi attempts to build an alternative to the rigid banking systems. Also, government regulation (or lack thereof) and a flawed financial infrastructure have allowed DeFi projects to blossom.
Morgan Housel, partner at venture capital firm Collaborative Fund, said the government actually can control people's digital assets.In a recent podcast episode with Morgan Creek Digital co-founder Anthony Pompliano, Housel mentioned that some arguments in favor of crypto are illogical. "The idea that the government cannot touch your crypto [...], of course they can," he explained as an example, noting the industry views the assets as "hands-off," out of reach by the long arm of the law. Housel referred to the confiscation of gold almost 100 years ago as backing for his
There are some misconceptions about how frequently Bitcoin is being used in Venezuela and the problems it can solve there. In issue number 18 of Bitcoin Magazine, published in January 2014, Cathy Reisenwitz wrote one of, if not the, first accounts arguing why Venezuelans could benefit from Bitcoin — an article titled “Grounded Venezuelans May Want to Escape to Bitcoin.” The original cryptocurrency, Reisenwitz stated, could provide an escape hatch from what was then escalating economic oppression under the regime of President Nicolás Maduro. To that end, she also wrote