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The greatest risk of emerging markets is that the period of extreme growth may last for a shorter amount of time than investors estimate, leading to discouraging performance. The political environment in countries experiencing economic booms can change suddenly and modify the free market or capitalist economy that previously supported quick growth.

As of today, there’s still a long way to go for the market and until there is a more robust framework, which is recognized by governments and regulators, investors can be left out in the cold with the lack of a legal framework for those who have been duped. Even Madoff’s Ponzi scheme, which lost investors billions, is returning some funds back to the investors, in the case of ICOs there’s no legal entity to which the investor can face off, let alone make claim to.

While the SEC is looking into the latest fund raising FAD, it has also come out and announced that they will begin to focus in ICOs should they become a significant component of the market for investments and a triggering event takes place, with companies looking to raise capital by way of ICOs becoming subject to both regulatory and enforcement action.

Prior to OS X Yosemite (OS X 10.10), and under OS X Lion, Mountain Lion, and Mavericks (OS X 10.7–10.9, respectively) the AirDrop protocol in macOS was different from the AirDrop protocol of iOS, and the two were therefore not interoperable with each other.[2] However, OS X Yosemite and later support the iOS AirDrop protocol, which is used for transfers between a Mac and an iOS device as well as between two 2012 or later Mac computers, and which uses both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.[3][4] Legacy mode for the old AirDrop protocol (which only uses Wi-Fi) between two 2012 or older Mac computers is also available.[4]

Wi-Fi must be turned on in order for AirDrop to recognize the other device. The other device must also have AirDrop selected in a Finder window sidebar to be able to transfer files. Furthermore, files are not automatically accepted; the receiving user must accept the transfer.[5] This is done to improve security and privacy.[5]

ICO is an image file format for icons on Windows. ICO file format was first introduced with Windows 1 in 1985. ICO is used to store files, programs and folders. ICO file format is very similar to .CUR files, which are used for mouse cursors. The only main difference between the two is the identification byte in the header.

Adding on to the dividend stock theme is preferred stock. Preferred stock is a type of stock that companies issue that has both an equity (stock) portion and a debt portion (bond). In the hierarchy of payouts to forms of investments, preferred stock sits between bond payments (which come first) and common stock dividends (which come last).

So someone who has a monopoly on mining equipment can own the supply? That is not a fair distribution. You cannot debate that this is a fairer distribution method than ICO distribution because you know the same problems happen in each one.

Another benefit of AirDrop is that it provides a way to transfer files and data easily for people who prefer not to use iCloud. Even if you are using iCloud, it is still very useful for sharing individual files through apps that don’t support iCloud sharing. Another benefit is the ability to transfer files and directions between devices in the great outdoors, and areas where Wi-Fi  and cell towers are not ubiquitous.

i think the most people use the gtx 1070 for zcash mining. some people us the 1060 6gb cause they drain less power, so the sol/watt is better than the sol/watt of the 1070. but the 1070 perform better and have the higher resell value. here you have a calculator to see the difference:

For perspective, I run several of the Gigabyte “ITX” one-fan GTX 1070 model cards on Folding@Home – which pushes a card quite a bit harder than ZCash mining does – and they stay plenty cool as long as the ambient temperature doesn’t get very high.

Hi James – I said it’s controversial, and it’s not for everyone, but it does have a purpose. For people who need life insurance, but aren’t good at saving money (which describes millions of people!), cash value life insurance functions as a forced savings plan. Not the best vehicle, for all the reasons you’ve pointed out, but not entirely without use either.

Love the anonymity aspect of zcash though all coins virtually set out to do the same when it comes to staying in “ghost mode”. I think the main problem still lies with users and not the protocol, but I haven’t read to much on this coin. What is their philosophy securing peoples anonymity ?

At TriStar Crypto, those who want to make money on e-currency and stock exchanges meet those who are perfect at this. We think it’s fair to say that everyone is in a e-currency craze right now. Whether it’s a bubble or not, and whether it’s justified to be so enthusiastic about cryptos and blockchain is another story.

There are few, if any, restrictions on who can participate in an ICO, assuming that the token is not, in fact, a security. And since you’re taking money from a global pool of investors, the sums raised in ICOs can be astronomical. A fundamental issue with ICOs is the fact that most of them raise money pre-product. This makes the investment extremely speculative and risky. The counter argument is that this fundraising style is particularly useful (even necessary) in order to incentivize protocol development.