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Wednesday, 18 July 2018

Bitcoin 2019 crypto prediction - Bitcoin 2019 crypto prediction


Bitcoin 2019 crypto prediction

"Bitcoin 2019 crypto prediction" 

in the news Bitcoin 2019 crypto prediction

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Sentiment Trader has told our members we will be diving in  more deeper with crypto. Yes, its that time that WALL st and some of the big institutes are growing in and jumping into crypto with both arms and feet. 

What you must realize is that we see securitized tokens as some of the future to do with money, fintech and investing. This is going to take up many roles, and what you are seeing here is the very start, or CAVEMEN days as we like to call it. Right now hardly anyone is really seeing this for what is was, and it made some our clients serious profits. 

That being the case, our newsletter HERE and other reports we have releaesed, basically is making more room for comments, analysis and charts as we go into 2019. We saw a future for this in 2015, but we did not realize this was going to take over the investing world so quickly!, So that being the case, we have decided to concentrate more on this, as time goes on. We do not believe this is just a passing fad, or hobby, for investor, and our clients, but the FUTURE. 


The blockchain was created, to encompass, and pass the financial corruption, after the 2008 crash, after the banks not only organized it, but profited from this. So we are here today because blockchain and bitcoin were built by the people, for the people. How much better does it get than this. So while others are saying its a fad, or a scam, we are here, and been very correct with some of our predictions, and we are calling this a new way of working the system, and it allows a decentralized freedom to the likes none of us have ever seen before. 


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Sunday, 15 July 2018

US oil boom delivers surprise for traders — and it's costly


US oil boom delivers surprise for traders — and it's costly

"US oil boom delivers surprise for traders — and it's costly" 

in the news US oil boom delivers surprise for traders — and it's costly? What this all about..... See below. 

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Sentiment Trader The world’s biggest oil traders are counting hefty losses after a surprise doubling in the price discount of U.S. light crude to benchmark Brent in just a month, as surging U.S production upends the market.

Trading desks of oil major BP and merchants Vitol, Gunvor and Trafigura have recorded losses in the tens of millions of dollars each as a result of the “whipsaw” move when the spread reached more than $11.50 a barrel in June, insiders familiar with their performance told Reuters.


The sources did not give precise figures for the losses, but they said they were enough for Gunvor and BP to fire at least one trader each.

The companies declined to comment, and none of them publish details of their individual trading books.

It highlights the challenges of trading in WTI futures, the benchmark for U.S. crude, when U.S. pipeline and storage infrastructure struggles to keep pace with surging shale output, that has lifted the United States above Saudi Arabia to become the world’s second biggest crude producer behind Russia.

 This is quite interesting. 




“As the exporter of U.S. crude, traders are naturally long WTI and hedge their bets by shorting Brent. When the spreads widen so wildly, you lose money,” said a top executive with one of the four trading firms.

The discount of WTI to Brent hit $11.57 a barrel on June 6, the widest in more than three years, as U.S. output surged to record highs and surpassed pipeline capacity as traders rushed to export. The discount had been about $5 just a month before.

Betting on the price spread, a popular trade in oil markets, is based on predictions of price differences between European and U.S. market fundamentals.

"Widowmaker"
The jump in U.S. output, now almost 11 million barrels per day (bpd) from below 5 million bpd a decade ago, has upended the spread. Until 2010, U.S. crude mostly traded at a premium to Brent. But the growing availability of U.S. crude has meant that it has almost always been at a discount since then.

However, it is the big, sudden moves that tend to claim trade casualties, sometimes earning the moniker “widowmaker”.

Due to the Canadian outage, inventories last week at the Cushing delivery point for U.S. crude futures fell to their lowest since December 2014, U.S. data showed.

Volatility in the spread has been just one of several trading hazards that emerged in the first quarter of 2018.

Traders have also had to pay heavy premiums to exit U.S. storage leases as the oil price structure flipped to “backwardation”, when near-term prices are higher than those for later delivery, making it unprofitable to store crude.

Climbing U.S. output has put strains on the pipeline network, particularly in the Permian basin in Texas which has been the biggest contributor to the production surge.

A bottleneck that hit U.S. crude for delivery in Midland, Texas WTC-WTM caught BP off guard and led to losses when the discount to WTI shifted sharply during April to June, according to four market sources and one source close to BP.

In late April, the discount was close to $6 a barrel before widening to as much as $13 on May 4. This was followed by a sharp bounce back to around $5 in the second half of May followed by a similar see-saw move in June.


Three BP traders took the heat for losses related to the Midland rollercoaster. The source close to BP said one was sacked and two others were reshuffled internally.

from cnbc

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Monday, 9 July 2018

People are using Fitbits and Apple Watches to monitor their heart rate when binging on drugs


People are using Fitbits and Apple Watches to monitor their heart rate when binging on drugs

"People are using Fitbits and Apple Watches to monitor their heart rate when binging on drugs" 

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Sentiment Trader hear People are using Fitbits and Apple Watches to monitor their heart rate when binging on drugs At a bachelor party two years ago in South Lake Tahoe, California, a tech worker who we'll call Owen glanced down at his Fitbit in between snorting lines of cocaine. He noticed his heart rake had spiked to 150, an abnormally high level considering he'd been sitting for hours.

"My heart rate only gets to 150 if I'm running, like really intense physical activity," said Owen, who agreed to share his story on condition that we not use his real name. "If I'm in a really stressful work meeting, I might get close to 100 or 120."

Owen had been indulging every 15 minutes or so, taking turns with his friends, as is customary with his group. Concerned about his elevated heart rate, he passed his Fitbit to someone who had just entered the room to see what would happen after his first line of cocaine. Sure enough, his friend's heart rate went from around 80 beforehand to 150 about 20 minutes later.

"I think we all knew it would have an impact on our heart rate, but we'd never seen it happen before," Owen said. "It became interesting to keep an eye on."

Cocaine can cause a user's heart rate to jump by unleashing dopamine into the body and producing a rush of adrenaline. An extreme increase in heart rate is far from the only risk posed by cocaine, which causes more than 5,000 people deaths a year from overdoses, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse.

Overdose deaths can be tied to heart attacks, strokes and angina, along with other complications, none of which can be prevented with an activity tracker. Cocaine is also highly addictive, and medical experts generally agree that even occasional use can be harmful to a person's health.


Owen says he does what he can to keep himself safe. As a 20-something techie in San Francisco, he's submerged in a work-hard play-hard environment, where recreational drug use is an accepted norm by people who are simultaneously obsessed with data, devices and their health. Since that weekend in Tahoe, Owen said he brings his Fitbit along whenever and wherever he parties, whether it's at a night club, a dance party or Burning Man, the annual drug-fueled shindig in Nevada's Black Rock Desert.





It isn't likely to come up in casual face-to-face conversation, but scores of users on Reddit forums, Twitter and other social media sites write about the value of their Fitbit or Apple Watch in tracking their use of cocaine, ketamine, speed, and other drugs. Dozens of these threads have popped up in the past few years on the topic, some focused on cocaine and others on MDMA, also known as ecstasy.

Representatives from Fitbit and Apple declined to comment for this story.

Nick, a 23-year-old restaurant worker in Nevada, told CNBC that he got a Fitbit last Christmas. The morning after a recent night out, which involved both cocaine and alcohol, he checked the Fitbit app on his phone and saw his heart rate had surged to about 115 the previous night. Nick, who asked that we not use his last name or the city where he resides, said his resting rate is in the mid-80s.

"I noticed that I was at a bar when the spikes happened," he said. "There wasn't anything that could have caused the heart rate increase except for the drugs."

Nick had posted about his experience on Reddit. Another Reddit user, who goes by 3meopcpnumberonefan, posted on the website a screenshot from a health app, showing what happened after using cocaine.

"Drugs are basically the only reason I wear a Fitbit," the post said. "I want an early warning system for when my heart's going to explode."

There's even a YouTube channel called DrugsLab with more than half a million subscribers. Three hosts perform on-camera tests of drugs suggested by commentators, while their heart rate and body temperature are tracked on a board behind them. The idea, they say, is to promote drug education for millennials.

But don't expect your doctor to condone the practice. Academics and medical professionals told CNBC that people who rely on a heart rate monitor to protect them from overdosing or from other ill effects of hardcore drugs are giving themselves a false sense of security.

'Always a risk'
Ethan Weiss, a cardiologist and associate professor at the University of California, San Francisco, said heart rhythm and blood pressure are also impacted by cocaine use and aren't currently trackable by most consumer smart devices. Even most heart rate monitors aren't foolproof. Many studies in recent years have found that popular heart rate trackers are less accurate than a standard chest strap.

"Taking drugs is always a risk, whether you're monitoring a tracker or not," Weiss said. "It's possible this is leading people to do more cocaine."

Owen, who does cocaine about six times a year, said his Fitbit helps him control his use, because when his heart rate gets uncomfortably high, he knows to skip a turn. He also said that, while he can't be certain of its accuracy, he knows that his Fitbit generally shows his resting heart rate at about 55 and his maximum exertion at around 180. So he has a baseline for comparison.

"If someone says, 'Let's do a line,' I'll look at my watch," Owen said. "If I see I'm at 150 or 160, I'll say, 'I'm good.' That's totally fine. Nobody gives you a hard time.





Last year at Burning Man, Owen was leaving a party and heading back to his tent when he ran into some members of British special forces whom a friend knew. They decided to keep the party going and went to a trailer to do some cocaine. Owen's heart rate got out of whack and he told his new acquaintances that he needed to take a break. He showed them the reading on his Fitbit.

They said, "This make so much sense, we should be doing this," Owen said. "They had no idea it was a thing."

Owen says that if you're going to use drugs, you may as well try to understand the effect they have on your body using the data that's available.

"I don't really know what's happening in my body when I smoke some weed or do some cocaine," he said. "I can read information online, but that's not specific to me. Watching your heart rate change on the Fitbit while doing cocaine is super real data that you're getting about yourself."










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Tuesday, 3 July 2018

Over 800 cryptocurrencies are now dead as bitcoin is 70 percent off its record high


Over 800 cryptocurrencies are now dead as bitcoin is 70 percent off its record high

"Over 800 cryptocurrencies are now dead as bitcoin is 70 percent off its record high" 

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Sentiment Trader talks alot of Cryptocurrency projects that have been popping up left, right and center in the past 18 months, but over 800 of those are now dead, adding to comparisons between the current digital coin market and the dotcom bubble in 2000.

New digital tokens are created via a process known as an initial coin offering (ICO) where a start-up can issue a new coin which investors can buy. The investor doesn't get an equity stake in the company, but the cryptocurrency that they buy can be used on the company's product. People usually buy into an ICO because the coins are cheap and could offer big returns in the future.

There has been an explosion in ICOs. Companies raised $3.8 billion via ICOs in 2017, but in 2018 so far, this number has already shot up to $11.9 billion, according to CoinSchedule, a website that tracks the market.

However, hundreds of these projects are now dead because they were scams, a joke or the product hasn't materialized. Dead Coins is a website that lists all the cryptocurrencies that fall into those categories. So far, it has identified just over 800 digital tokens that it considers dead. These coins are worthless and trade at less than 1 cent.


Bitcoin, which is the biggest cryptocurrency by market capitalization or value, has also had a tough year. The price of bitcoin has fallen roughly 70 percent since its record high near $20,000 last year, according to CoinDesk data. The big plunge in bitcoin's price has has drawn comparisons with the Nasdaq's sharp fall in 2000 and the failure of many cryptocurrencies has been likened to some of the companies that crashed during the dotcom boom.

Some of the recent bearish sentiment came after two South Korean cryptocurrency exchanges were hacked.

ICOs are incredibly risky investments and there is a lot of fraud in the space. Earlier this year, CNBC reported on a scam ICO called Giza. The fake start-up ended up running off with $2 million of investor money. Still, many advocates see a future for ICOs as an alternative to initial public offerings and venture capital funding.

Cryptocurrencies have come under a lot of pressure but there's still optimism that regulators could look more favorably towards them and that could boost participation in the market. SENTIMENT TRADER GIVE MORE UPDATES HERE...


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Thursday, 28 June 2018

Global stocks see biggest loss of investor cash since the financial crisis - Global stocks see biggest loss of investor cash since the financial crisis


Global stocks see biggest loss of investor cash since the financial crisis

"Global stocks see biggest loss of investor cash since the financial crisis" 

in the news Global stocks see biggest loss of investor cash since the financial crisis? What this all about..... See below. 

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Sentiment Trader sees Investor money is hemorrhaging out of global stock funds at a pace not seen since just after the financial crisis exploded.

Global equity funds have seen outflows of $12.4 billion in June, a level not seen since October 2008, according to market research firm TrimTabs. Lehman Brothers collapsed in September of that year, triggering the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression and helping fuel a bear market that would see major indexes lose more than 60 percent of their value.

The most recent exodus, which includes exchange-traded and mutual funds, comes amid worries that the much-touted synchronized global expansion is running out of gas, as well as some unwinding of what had been a hugely successful trade in emerging market stocks.

The iShares MSCI Emerging Markets ETF, which tracks the group, surged more than 18 percent in a five-month span from July 2017 to January 2018, but has given back a big chunk of those gains in 2018 and is down about 10.3 percent year to date. By comparison, the S&P 500 has risen nearly 1 percent during a volatile 2018, while the Vanguard FTSE All-World ex-US Index Fund, which tracks global equities minus the U.S., is off more than 6.5 percent this year.
. This is quite interesting. 





As the emerging market and non-U.S. trade has unwound and fears have intensified over a trade war, investors have fled global stocks and returned to the U.S., where funds have seen $6.3 billion in inflows. The iShares emerging market ETF has seen $5.4 billion in outflows in June, the most of any fund, according to ETF.com.

"U.S. dollar strength and persistent underperformance seem to be driving fund investors away from non-U.S. equities," TrimTabs said in a note.

Interestingly, one of the regions suffering the lowest level of investor fear is China, where funds have seen a net inflow of $150 million even though the nation's main stock index has plunged into a bear market, defined as 20 percent below its most recent high.

For investors, then, the main question may be whether the outflows elsewhere are signaling something more ominous or are merely setting up another buying opportunity as valuations get cheaper.

"Cumulative flows for the year [across asset classes] are still up [thanks] to strong inflows in January. Russia and [South] Africa are now driving the outflows, as the most crowded markets at the eve of recent weakness," Gabriele Foa, cross asset strategist for emerging markets at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, said in a note. "Selected opportunities are emerging thanks to weak levels."

In fact, if the trend holds up through the end of June, it will make the first time global equities have seen net outflows since November 2016, according to TrimTabs.

Investors, however, remain bullish on Latin America, which has seen $30 million in inflows to ETFs in June even though the funds have lost 10 percent in June and more than 25 percent since May.

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Sunday, 24 June 2018

MARKET CAP CRYPTO - MARKET CAP CRYPTO


MARKET CAP CRYPTO

"marketcap crypto" 

in the news marketcap crypto? What this all about..... See below. 

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Sentiment Trader shows a very interesting chart today. while we are invested in crypto, and everyone and their dog is witnessing a huge collapse in price, plus the fact that mainstream are calling crypto dead, they might want to take a closer look, Right now crypto is much higher in terms of market cap than JUNE 2017. This is quite interesting. 





The current market cap sits just a touch over $250 billion. That is not bearish, because we have a feeling that by this time next year things could be a lot higher. So its time to knuckle down and do some more research!  

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Tuesday, 19 June 2018

Billionaire investor Jim Mellon Sharp sell-off in US stocks is the start of a very major correction


Billionaire investor Jim Mellon Sharp sell-off in US stocks is the start of a very major correction

"Billionaire investor Jim Mellon Sharp sell-off in US stocks is the start of a very major correction" 

in the news Billionaire investor Jim Mellon Sharp sell-off in US stocks is the start of a very major correction? What this all about..... See below. 

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Freshly announced trade tariffs from the White House may be sending stocks into a tailspin, but a market correction is inevitable even without them, billionaire investor Jim Mellon 

The trade war worries are "certainly having an effect on the market, but the market is reacting because it's already far too expensive," Mellon said. "The U.S. is selling at 32 times cyclically adjusted price-to-earnings (PE) ratio, which is an all-time high. Surely it's time for a major correction anyway."

Mellon is not alone in suggesting that today's stock market is the most overvalued on record — more so than in 1929, 2000 and 2007.

The chairman of asset management fund Burnbrae Group also pointed to over-complacency in markets and disproportionate buying of what he considered to be highly-inflated assets like tech stocks.

And according to the investing mogul, the trade fears are just an excuse for market players who were already looking to sell.

"There has been far too much complacency, far too many buybacks by corporations of their stock which have supported the market, far too much concentration of ownership, particularly in tech stocks in the U.S. And it's time for a very major correction, which is I think what we're embarking on."

Tuesday looks set to be a very rough day for stocks, with the Dow Jones and S&P 500 indexes at risk of losing the majority of their June gains at the open. The S&P has been down for three of the past four days. The Dow has fallen for the past five trading days — and the last time it fell for six straight days was in March 2017.


 This is quite interesting. 


Billionaire investor Jim Mellon Sharp sell-off in US stocks is the start of a very major correction



The sell-off comes as the Donald Trump administration asks the U.S. Trade Representative to identify $200 billion worth of Chinese goods for additional tariffs of 10 percent. This would be in addition to a 25 percent tariff on $50 billion of Chinese products announced Friday, to which China responded with a 25 percent tariff on $34 billion of U.S. goods.

All major European and Asian indexes were lower, with the latter particularly hard-hit — China's Shanghai Composite was down nearly 4 percent, Hong Kong's Hang Seng down nearly 3 percent, and the technology-heavy Shenzhen Composite fell a striking 5.77 percent.

Pointing to the building sell-off, Mellon's outlook was not optimistic. "We've seen in last few days the Dow's gone down, there have been sideways moves, we're almost flat on the year — this is the beginning of a serious correction in my opinion."

'No universal trade war'
The investor's warning came despite his not taking stock in the idea of a trade war.

"I do not think there's going be a universal trade war, because globalization has been so good for everyone, including the U.S., and I'm sure President Trump knows that," Mellon added.

"But he is also a very good negotiator, he's shown that to be the case in the last year or so. So he may force the Chinese to do something about this ridiculous trade imbalance that they've mounted over the years."

America's trade deficit in goods with China hit a record $375 billion in 2017 and continues to widen. Between January and April of this year, China's trade surplus with the U.S. was $80.4 billion.


Still, a minority of economists see this as detrimental to the U.S. economy. American companies operating in China have pointed to unequal market access and poor intellectual property and legal protection as a much larger problem for U.S. business with Beijing


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Sunday, 17 June 2018

This Goose is Cooking - This Goose is Cooking


This Goose is Cooking

"This Goose is Cooking" 

in the news This Goose is Cooking? What this all about..... See below. 

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Sentiment Trader have been watching a particular stock. 

“Expect the unexpected”  Canada Goose says on its website where it sells $995 parkas.

The stock has recently surged by 28% to hit an all-time high above $59 a share in early morning trading, bringing its total return to 275% in the past year.


 This is quite interesting. 





A great chart so one to watch....

Investors do not really realize that a booming economy and stock market are great for companies such as Canada Goose as people who will never cross the Arctic Circle can spend up big on its clothing. That is particularly the case if its customers invested in its shares. They needed to cash in 57 of them last August to buy a parka while it only took 17 on Friday morning.

shareholders of the luxury clothing seller were a bit depressed, and did not expect  a huge surge in its RECENT online sales in the profitable quarter it reported on Friday. Analysts had warned and called for a loss the last few weeks, but that did not turn out to be true with the company raking in huge profits and sales the last few quarters, and chart is a gem.


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Thursday, 14 June 2018

SEC Says Bitcoin And Ethereum Are Not Securities - SEC Says Bitcoin And Ethereum Are Not Securities



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SEC Says Bitcoin And Ethereum Are Not Securities?



SEC Says Bitcoin And Ethereum Are Not Securities 



It was a bloody week for the markets, but at least there’s a bit of good news: an official for the Securities and Exchange Commission has publicly stated that Ether and Bitcoin should not be regulated as securities. The announcement puts to rest months of speculation about a possible ban hammer on the two largest cryptocurrencies.








Speaking at Yahoo Finance’s All Market Summit: Crypto, William Hinman, the Director of Corporate Finance for the SEC, said:

When I look at Bitcoin today, I don’t see a central third party whose efforts are key factor to determining the success of that enterprise. The network on which bitcoin functions is operational and appears to have been decentralized for some time….Moreover, putting aside the fundraising that accompanied the creation of Ether, based on my understanding of the present state of Ether, the Ethereum network, its decentralized structure, we believe that current offers and sales of Ether are not securities transactions….”

In the United States, investment contracts are adjudicated by the “Howey Test.” Invesments whose profits depend on the actions of a third party–like stock offerings–are regarded as securities, and are subject to disclosure laws.

These requirements exist for the investors’ protection, Hinman said. “The promoter is liable for misstatements. That’s an important safeguard, and that’s appropriate for many of the ICOs we see.”

However, the distinction gets blurry in the case of decentralized networks, Hinman explained. “If the network on which a token or coin is to function is no longer centralized, and the purchasers no longer have a reasonable expectation that a person or group is going to carry out a central managerial or enterprise effort, those assets might not represent an investment contract.”

Bitcoin, which was not issued in an ICO, was already regarded as a commodity rather than a security, although the statement helps to clarify the situation.

But Ethereum is complicated because of the circumstances of its ICO. Although the token currently has utility, there was some concern that its speculative nature might have caused the SEC to consider it a security. And to muddy the waters further, there was no “single” third party promoter: Ethereum was a community effort, in a way that most contemporary ICOs are not.

His words put an end to months of speculation, in which markets hinged on fears of a regulatory crackdown. The CFTC has repeatedly asked the SEC for clarification on the status of Ether.

While markets are celebrating the news, it may be too early to pop the champagne, especially if you’ve got large investments in ERC-20s. Hinman’s speech emphasized that most initial coin offerings are securities, and this stance is consistent with the signals from top SEC leadership. “Much of what I have seen in the ICO or token or ICO space, is a security offering” said SEC Chairman Jay Clayton in Atlanta yesterday. “I don’t know how much more clear I can be about it.”

Ripple, which was also distributed in a largely-centralized ICO, remains in limbo. The company behind the third-largest crypto has been accused in several class-action lawsuits of selling the XRP token as an unregistered security.

The markets saw an immediate rally, with ETH seeing a 9.29% gain and BTC rallying 4.75% at the time of writing.


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Monday, 11 June 2018

coinbase to add ethereum classic to site - coinbase to add ethereum classic to site



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coinbase to add ethereum classic to site  ?



coinbase to add ethereum classic to site 



After many meetings, coinbase had official decided to add ETHEREUM CLASSIC to their site.

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Adding Ethereum Classic Support to Coinbase – The Coinbase Blog



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