Time Paradox Ghostwriter is quite an interesting manga. What I first thought to be a manga series about the adventures of a time-traveling mangaka and their slew of hijinks turned out to be a social commentary on the often crippling nature of the modern manga industry. Premise The manga follows Teppei Sasaki, a 24-year-old budding manga creator who after getting first place in a manga competition, decides to follow his dreams of becoming a full-fledged mangaka after school while his friends chase traditional careers. Unfortunately, despite his relentless pursuit of
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Gold bug Peter Schiff believes that bitcoin’s recent fall signals the start of a new bear market. In response to a tweet by Gemini Co-Founder Tyler Winklevoss, Schiff, who is the CEO of Euro Pacific Capital, credited bitcoin’s surge over the past two months to a spillover effect from gold and a fortuitous television ad campaign. In July, Schiff tweeted that he expected bitcoin to fall below its $9,000 resistance point and “crash” while gold would simultaneously surge. Now, as one Twitter follower noted, Schiff is moving the goalpost, saying
Two-sided marketplaces are more than a smart business model. These platforms can democratize access and promote widespread economic inclusion in previously inaccessible markets. They have worked wonders in myriad verticals already — e.g., stock exchanges — and the world of digital asset liquidity may now be fertile ground for this business model.Successful new platforms bring together buyers and sellers who would otherwise be unable to connect, creating entirely new value streams for sellers who capture more revenue. Meanwhile, buyers gain access to new capabilities, creating a win-win for everyone involved.
In 2012, Bitcoin Black Friday was launched as a way for Bitcoiners to hack the mainstream consumerism holiday and promote their favorite technology as a killer tool for payments and encourage merchant adoption. Thousands of merchants have participated by offering discounts for customers who pay in BTC, but the celebration fizzled in 2017 as the Bitcoin community became embroiled in debates over block size and Bitcoin for payments became conflated with arguments over scaling.But this year, Bitcoin Black Friday is back with brand new deals that help Bitcoiners make the
The Colombian police have issued a warning about fraudsters promoting a Bitcoin scam website to social media users.The “announcement” about the launch of a fake Bitcoin-related investment system was purportedly “approved” by Ivan Duque, President of Colombia.According to Colombia Check, quoting a statement by the Cybernetic Police Center, the site promotes a Bitcoin investment opportunity (BTC) that Duque is quoted as saying will offer “relief to the economic crisis triggered by the coronavirus pandemic.”The post claims that the president signed “the biggest deal of the century” to create a platform