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Bakkt Bitcoin warehouse opens today, in preparation for physically delivered Bitcoin futures on 23 Sept.

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Bakkt's bitcoin warehouse available to all institutions

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Bakkt allow bitcoin warehouse deposits

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Carbanak: Banknotes rain from Taipei ATMs, bitcoin warehouses in China, mansions in Alicante (and Bloomberg's sloppy prose)

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Nightclub is better analogy than packed restaurant

Packed nightclub called the Bitcoin. It has been established for a while and part of nightlife culture. It's packed and perfect for what it is, dancing with people. People stay in line to get in because they have more opportunities the more people that are there. The richer you are the sooner you get in. People still want to go to the exclusive club even though theres a line and it cost money.
Warehouse- well hey look, I used to have fun at the Bitcoin back before it was crowded. It's just soo crowded that we should just move the party somewhere else! Easy!
This warehouse has enough capacity for everyone in the line + some! Sure, there's only 4 weirdos in the place, but it's up and coming! It just means it's undervalued once it will become full.
No one from the Bitcoin comes.
Well maybe we can't charge the same price for admission. Well make it free for people who come early, and still make it cheap for the laggards.
No one from the Bitcoin comes.
Surely if only people knew about how much room there is they would stop waiting in line for that club. And it's also cheaper! The club owners must be censoring us. Must be the government because it's been 3 years and we have internet. They have the power to censor us. It's definitely them! They are in cahoots with the Bitcoin!
What's the problem? Why is there no one wanting to switch and go to the warehouse? Yeah I mean there's no one here. That doesn't matter! This place is bigger and cheaper!! The people who do come from time to time to check it out miss out on the fun they could've had on Bitcoin.
But wait it's not over! Maybe people aren't coming because they need a lot of space! Eventually if we keep building empty space, people will surely come! Proceeds to build a warehouse that could fit 20 packed nightclubs...
Well shit. Where is everyone? You know they are probably just stupid, and they will never see the genius of the warehouse until after I have become solvent. Stupid people... It's bigger! And cheaper!
All we need is one person, then two,..... and then half, and then it will just floor with people! Easy! Just stick to the roadmap and eventually we'll be the best!
But why would someone take the risk of a boring night when all there friends will be at the Bitcoin anyways?
Well maybe if we call the warehouse Bitcoin, people will come thinking it's the same bitcoin nightclub and when they realize how much better it is, the ends will justify the means. Let's just spread the word that the Bitcoin has been rebranded into Bitcoin cough cough (warehouse) cough and btc cough cough whispers((Bitcoin (classic stupid boring nightclub)))) cough cough. People can't get mad at us, a nightclub is just an idea anyways...
More people come than before the name change.
People get tricked when they do come and see that it is an empty warehouse and all of their friends are having fun at the real Bitcoin. Now they get fucking mad and vows to earn their friends. They tell their friends how shady this bait and switch warehouse is and to make sure to come to the right club. Just check outside for the longest line with the most people! There's a verifiable difference between the two and you don't have to trust people that could bait and switch you.
The bait and switch leaves a bad reputation.
Well maybe if we talk shit about how shitty Bitcoin nightclub is, people will come to Bitcoin warehouse! Well the majority who already have fun with their friends just laugh and say the warehouse is empty and they rather be crammed in a tight space to dance than ever go to an empty warehouse. The right way to entice people to your party isn't to shit on their party, especially when it's more fun than yours.
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BREAKING!! Crypto Cove's warehouses seized by armed forces. Update from CEO. (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

BREAKING!! Crypto Cove's warehouses seized by armed forces. Update from CEO. (x-post from /Bitcoin) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

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Bakkt Is Finally Launching Its Bitcoin Futures Today. Here’s What to Expect

Bakkt Is Finally Launching Its Bitcoin Futures Today. Here’s What to Expect
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Bakkt is finally here.
After two delays and 13 months of questions, the Intercontinental Exchange-backed bitcoin warehouse and futures contract facilitator is launching Monday, opening the door for institutional investors to take positions on the cryptocurrency in a federally regulated venue.
Trading is set to open at midnight UTC and close at 22:00. For the first time, interested observers will be able to see just how much pent-up demand there is among big-money traders for this hotly anticipated service. Bakkt’s data feed will be freely available through June of next year, after which it will require a subscription, according to a company FAQ.
As often noted, Bakkt’s futures will be physically settled, meaning buyers receive bitcoin at expiration, whereas the futures available since 2017 at the Chicago exchange CME Group are cash-settled – essentially side bets on the cryptocurrency’s price.
But what may be most unique about ICE’s bitcoin futures contracts is that they expire after a day. According to the daily contract’s specifications, the bitcoin will be delivered on the second business day after the contract’s date.
For most commodities – frozen concentrated orange juice, cocoa, what have you – the underlying asset is typically not delivered for at least 30 days (although ICE also offers one-day contracts for silver and gold).
While Bakkt is also offering a 30-day bitcoin futures contract, the one-day version will essentially allow institutions to buy or sell bitcoin in a way that’s more familiar to them than the helter-skelter world of crypto exchanges.
As Lanre Sarumi, CEO of crypto derivatives exchange operator LevelTradingField, put it:
“The dailies make their offering like the cash market, but with the ability to short. That’s huge.”
The contract is “well-designed,” Sarumi added. “The basis to the cash market would be very tight. It’ll be interesting to see if it’s the lead or the follower. In theory the cash market should dictate the price of the derivatives [futures] market. In practice, it’s the other way around for a lot of commodities.”
For this reason, Sarumi said he believes the daily contract “will come out of the gate strong.”

Remain calm

That being said, it is unlikely that ICE’s new futures contracts will have a significant near-term impact on the general crypto market, particularly given the company is not looking for retail customers, who make up the bulk of traders still.
Bakkt anticipates significant institutional demand for its futures contract, though it remains to be seen how significant it actually is.
“We could see decent trading volumes for the product,” said John Todaro, director of research at TradeBlock, a provider of institutional trading tools. “I would expect, however, that the demand would be somewhat in line with current cash-settled contracts, such as those offered by the CME.”
Trading volumes for derivatives contracts traditionally outpace trading volumes seen in the underlying spot market, Todaro told CoinDesk.
“As the digital currency space continues to mature we should see an increase in volumes for these products relative to spot over time,” he said.
However, it is unlikely that there will be an immediate surge in demand. Institutional adoption won’t occur with a single catalyst, Todaro said, adding:
“It will take time for these entities to become comfortable with the asset class, identify strategies that are best used to trade the space, understand crypto market liquidity, and also understand the different regulatory and tax obligations across jurisdictions they operate in.”
It is unclear how much bitcoin has been sent to Bakkt since the New York Stock Exchange’s sister company opened its warehouse up for customers to deposit bitcoin on Sept. 6. Each customer must pledge a minimum $3,900 of assets in collateral to purchase a contract. (Speculators must pledge nearly $4,300.)
Bakkt has not disclosed any addresses for its custodian’s wallet or said how much bitcoin has been deposited since the warehouse opened this month. A spokesperson did not answer questions about the matter by deadline.

Broader impact

Caveats aside, ICE launching futures contracts is a significant move for the industry. Todaro noted that “traditional financial institutions are quite conservative.”
“The offering demonstrates that more and more Wall Street institutions are taking a close look at digital currencies and want to gain exposure to this new asset class,” he said.
It is possible that “some of the recent positive market moves across digital currencies have been from traders acting on the Bakkt launch,” Todaro said.
Bakkt’s launch may be a positive sign for other highly anticipated products in the U.S., such as a bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF). Last week. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chairman Jay Clayton expressed concerns with the cryptocurrency market’s maturity.
Derivatives products, like futures contracts, are more tightly regulated than the underlying spot market, and may be more comforting to regulators and potential institutional customers alike.
Todaro concluded:
“This offering, in addition to the CME’s, can help regulators become more comfortable with digital asset trading and market infrastructure.”
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Brother rented a warehouse for bitcoin mining. No contract. Responsible for electricity + rent. Warehouse closing down and they're saying he owes $24000 in electricity that he hasn't paid or else they're going to sell all his gpus (about 450)

I told him to just get a lawyer. What lawyer would he need? Debtocreditor?
What is he allowed to demand? They just send an invoice that says $24000 with no breakdown. Is he allowed to ask for the electric bill each month to see if it lines up? Are they allowed to sell all of his gpus there if he doesn't pay in time?
Rent is 20% of coins mined.
Vancouver, BC
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BitMax.io(BTMX.io)News Digest 2019 09 23

Major Headlines
  1. Bitcoin falls as futures exchange makes its trading debut
  2. Weekends are for altcoins when it comes to crypto market gains
  3. Google’s quantum “breakthrough” won’t destroy Bitcoin. Not yet.
  4. CoinShares Enlists Customers to Lobby Against UK Ban of Crypto ETN
  5. Bakkt Is Finally Launching Its Bitcoin Futures Today. Here’s What to Expect
  6. Crypto Exchange Giant Binance to Launch US Trading Tuesday
  7. IBM Says It’s Ready to Work with Facebook on Blockchain
  8. PBoC Denies Claims It Will Launch Digital Currency in November
Takeaway
  1. Bitcoin falls as futures exchange makes its trading debut
(All citations are taken from Bloomberg)
· The price of Bitcoin slumped 2.4% to $9,892 as 38 of the futures contracts offered on the Intercontinental exchange inc.’s Bakkt platform had changed hands.
· ICE highlighted the plan in part as a way for merchants to adopt cryptocurrencies as a payment method.
· First hurdle is to get enough traders to use its Bitcoin features.
  1. Weekends are for altcoins when it comes to crypto market gains
(All citations are taken from Bloomberg)
· Ether has bested Bitcoin in terms of daily percentage gains and has outperformed the largest digital currency in eight of the last 12 weekends.
· XRP has also gained over the past month while Bitcoin drops 5%
· Partner of JST Capital says Altcoins will continue to catch up and come to fruition at some level where the value proposition is being recognized more broadly.
  1. Google’s quantum “breakthrough” won’t destroy Bitcoin. Not yet.
(All citations are taken from CNN)
· The promise of an emerging era of quantum computing seemingly became a reality as Google released a new scientific paper.
· Known as Shor’s algorithm, the calculation enables the extraction of the private key from any public key.
· Currently, cryptographically secured public keys are the only safeguard standing in the way between users’ fund and financial ruin.
  1. CoinShares Enlists Customers to Lobby Against UK Ban of Crypto ETN
(All citations are taken from coindesk)
· Investment platform CoinShares is urging its customers to lobby the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) over impending crypto asset regulations.
· In a letter to investors sent today, CoinShares has asked its customers to write emails and text messages to the UK regulator in support of one of its premiere products, exchange-traded notes (ETNs), which would be banned under the proposed regulation for retail investors.
· Similar to a bond, ETNs provide investors with returns based on a market benchmark such as the S&P 500. CoinShares offers exchange-traded products for bitcoin, ethereum, litecoin, and XRP.
  1. Bakkt Is Finally Launching Its Bitcoin Futures Today. Here’s What to Expect
(All citations are taken from coindesk)
· Bakkt, the Intercontinental Exchange-backed bitcoin warehouse and futures contract facilitator is launching Monday, opening the door for institutional investors to take positions on the cryptocurrency in a federally regulated venue.
· Bakkt’s futures will be physically settled. And according to the daily contract’s specifications, the bitcoin will be delivered on the second business day after the contract’s date.
· While Bakkt is also offering a 30-day bitcoin futures contract, the one-day version will essentially allow institutions to buy or sell bitcoin in a way that’s more familiar to them than the helter-skelter world of crypto exchanges.
  1. Crypto Exchange Giant Binance to Launch US Trading Tuesday
(All citations are taken from coindesk)
· Binance.US, the American arm of cryptocurrency exchange giant Binance, has announced it will start trading fiat-crypto and crypto-crypto trading pairs on Tuesday.
· The trading platform will list seven cryptocurrencies immediately upon the launch, including bitcoin, Binance coin (BNB), ethereum, XRP, bitcoin cash, litecoin and Tether’s USDT.
· The move is part of a larger expansion by Binance, which launched a fiat-to-crypto exchange on the island of Jersey, a British self-governing dependency in January.
  1. IBM Says It’s Ready to Work with Facebook on Blockchain
(All citations are taken from coindesk)
· IBM is willing to team up with Facebook to develop blockchain technology, an IBM executive said, explaining that developing the blockchain ecosystem is “a team sport.”
· IBM has been focused on developing its patented Stellar blockchain to facilitate cross-border payments and launched the World Wire, an international payments system that uses Stellar.
· World Wire aims to skip banking intermediaries that add complexity and cost to the traditional international payments systems by replacing them with digital assets sent over a distributed network.
  1. PBoC Denies Claims It Will Launch Digital Currency in November
(All citations are taken from coindesk)
· China’s central bank has denied recent reports that it will launch its national digital currency in November.
· News reports had also suggested that major banks ICBC, the Bank of China and the Agricultural Bank of China, as well as Alibaba, Tencent and UnionPay, would act as outlets for the digital yuan.
· The digital currency is not planned to replace the yuan and would be used in the retail sector and for payments like cash, the PBoC added.
(The contents above are all cited from corresponding websites, and don’t represent the opinion of BitMax.io platform)
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The game should have a warehouse ore somewhere where you can store computers for your contracts and bitcoin mining because sometimes you have too many bitcoin systems to wtore in your room at once witch makes it very annoying to replace the GPUs

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The Bakkt Warehouse is active for futures Bitcoin deposited at our Warehouse is protected by a $125 million insurance policy

The Bakkt Warehouse is active for futures Bitcoin deposited at our Warehouse is protected by a $125 million insurance policy submitted by clayton1012111 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Customers can deposit Bitcoin to Bakkt’s Warehouse starting next week 🔥🔥🔥 All right, here we go 🚀🚀🚀

Customers can deposit Bitcoin to Bakkt’s Warehouse starting next week 🔥🔥🔥 All right, here we go 🚀🚀🚀 submitted by Vovanka2610 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Brother rented a warehouse for bitcoin mining. No contract. Responsible for electricity + rent. Warehouse closing down and they're saying he owes $24000 in electricity that he hasn't paid or else they're going to sell all his gpus (about 450)

I told him to just get a lawyer. What lawyer would he need? Debtocreditor?
What is he allowed to demand? They just send an invoice that says $24000 with no breakdown. Is he allowed to ask for the electric bill each month to see if it lines up? Are they allowed to sell all of his gpus there if he doesn't pay in time?
Rent is 20% of coins mined.
Vancouver, BC. Canada.
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Michael found out about bitcoin (way late) and want to set up a bitcoin farm in the warehouse - after all he has never paid an electric bill,so they must be getting it for free (not). Dwight starts to stream PC games and tries to stream non stop for a week to get more viewers. Jim buys bot-viewers.

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The story is that this warehouse in my home town that burned down last week was a Chinese owned Bitcoin mining operation called 3G Ventures. I can't seem to find anything on them. Has anyone heard of them?

The story is that this warehouse in my home town that burned down last week was a Chinese owned Bitcoin mining operation called 3G Ventures. I can't seem to find anything on them. Has anyone heard of them? submitted by The_Schmidt_Show to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bakkt Bitcoin Futures Prepares for Launch Warehouse & Custody Service Goes Live

Bakkt Bitcoin Futures Prepares for Launch Warehouse & Custody Service Goes Live submitted by CryptoDangerousDave to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Cleared to Launch - Bakkt’s bitcoin futures and warehouse to debut in September

Cleared to Launch - Bakkt’s bitcoin futures and warehouse to debut in September submitted by BeerBellyFatAss to ethtrader [link] [comments]

Crypto Heist: Thieves Penetrate Bitcoin ATM Warehouse to Steal 85 Devices

Crypto Heist: Thieves Penetrate Bitcoin ATM Warehouse to Steal 85 Devices submitted by big_ma05 to btc [link] [comments]

Customers Can Deposit Bitcoin to Bakkt's Warehouse Starting Next Week - CoinDesk

Customers Can Deposit Bitcoin to Bakkt's Warehouse Starting Next Week - CoinDesk submitted by Crypto_Fever to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Bakkt Bitcoin Futures Prepares for Launch - Warehouse & Custody Service Goes Live

Bakkt Bitcoin Futures Prepares for Launch - Warehouse & Custody Service Goes Live submitted by CryptoDangerousDave to CryptoCurrencies [link] [comments]

Crypto Heist: Thieves Penetrate Bitcoin ATM Warehouse to Steal 85 Devices

Crypto Heist: Thieves Penetrate Bitcoin ATM Warehouse to Steal 85 Devices submitted by SatoshiHouse to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

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