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Wednesday 7 Apr, 06:37 [2104070637]

A Rippling Wave or Advanced IntelAIgent Market Tsunami

Hi, Jeff,

The SEC, through public comments from both former Chairman Jay Clayton and former Director of Enforcement William Hinman, has made it known that it doesn’t consider Bitcoin and Ethereum, the two largest cryptocurrencies by market cap, to be securities. However, the Commission has not issued any formal guidance that explains, in detail, how it arrived at this conclusion. A security is a type of investment contract that implies the expectation of future profits. …… https://decrypt.co/64166/ripple-wins-ruling-expose-sec-docs-bitcoin-ethereum

Ripple could surely easily successfully openly declare and/or freely argue that whilst its offerings are indeed secure, to consider them more than a virtual hedge against future losses is in the realm of SEC profiting fantasies and not in their remit or portfolio gift.

Regards,

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amanfromMars 1 Wed 7 Apr 08:01 [2104070801] ……. wondering on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2021/04/07/sifive_darpa_chips/

Wanted: Situations Vacant …… Creative Novel Project Programmers

Essentially, if you are participating in a DARPA research program, and that involves making your own custom silicon, you can hit up Toolbox-approved suppliers to get cheaper and easier access to chip designs and tooling for making your non-production prototypes and the like. Arm lately offered more flexible licensing for its chip designs most likely in response to SiFive’s approach, which typically involves no upfront costs.

How long do we have to wait before there is reporting of a quantum leap being made which rewards and awards meaningful upfront pre-payments for novel creative DARPA/ARIA like programs for researching and commercialising/capitalising and exploiting/defending with/against attacks?

Or would that tend to be likely highly classified TS/SCI COSMIC Intel in .mil circles and only exclusively known to a very select chosen few, which is the standard traditional default way of trying to deal effectively with things which are Suddenly AWEsomely Great Games Changing ‽ .

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amanfromMars 1 Wed 7 Apr 08:55 [2104070855] ….. airs an honest view on
https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2021/04/06/uk_cybersecurity_council_domain_fail_launch/

Re: Global Operating Devices to ACTive Astute Internetional Rescue with AI Virtual Interventionism

I think we found the perfect job for our very own amanfromMars 1 …… Yet Another Anonymous coward

As much as one might like to think that would be a right doozy of an engaging appointment, under current government administration is such much more likely to be recognised as something of a booby prize trapping one into the confines of self-serving NDAs and OSA strait jackets should one consider them binding commitments to accept and honour.

Oh, and governments usually always only pay peanuts whenever compared to private and pirate markets which do not have the same worry and fear about what you might or might not know about them.

🙂 They do say that everyone has their price though, and whenever the price is right, governments can be just as well servered as private and pirate sectors with the ball then held in their court to play.

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amanfromMars 1 Wed 7 Apr 12:20 [2104071220] ……. speculating outrageously on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/2/2021/04/06/uk_cybersecurity_council_domain_fail_launch/

Out of Sight and Sound and Minds and into the Deep and Dark Webs of a Harry Limelight

Was it not smart of Dominic Cummings to quickly remove himself from the maniacal manic government spotlight? Do you know what he is up to and up for nowadays? Anything you can tell us all listening to voices sharing opinions here?

Maybe he got one of those old boy taps on the shoulder which invite and introduce one into the shady shadows and murky mines of kompromat?

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amanfromMars 1 Wed 7 Apr 15:29 [2104071529] ….. still chatting and chewing the cud on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2021/04/06/uk_cybersecurity_council_domain_fail_launch/

Re: and the same guy…

It appears to be systemic and endemic, Dave 15, …. a cancer cavorting like a Jim’ll Fix It in everyones’ midst and smiling for the cameras at every failing reboot.

amanfromMars [2104071354] ……. painting an obvious clear picture on https://www.zerohedge.com/political/fallout-greensill-collapse-splatters-british-government-leaves-taxpayers-big-losses

Cameron himself refuses to even respond to the lobbying allegations. His ear-splitting silence speaks volumes about the state of British politics today.

Such speaks nothing but ripe rotten to its very core and catastrophically vulnerable to flash crashing and colossal trashing. To think or imagine that lessons have been learned by those always active in that particular peculiar sector is to identify oneself as being totally deluded.

The self same actors in a soap opera are never going to produce and present a stellar alternative performance. They just don’t have the necessary IT/je ne sais quoi/chutzpah to deliver sustainable success.

And what does Cameron’s silence tell one and all about the pathetic powerless state of Parliamentarians and honourable members of the Official Opposition and Her Majesty’s Civil Service  …… apart from them being likely easily presumed to be similar to gang members guilty of conspiring in criminal enterprises and perpetrating monumental frauds? 

J’accuse.

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amanfromMars 1 Wed 7 Apr 15:47 [2104071547] …… is surprised and asks on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/2/2021/04/06/uk_cybersecurity_council_domain_fail_launch/

Re: Very few Eton educated individuals in IT…

For 380 breathless pages, Lord Rees-Mogg and a co-author, James Dale Davidson, an American investment guru and conservative propagandist, predicted that digital technology would make the world hugely more competitive, unequal and unstable. Societies would splinter. Taxes would be evaded. Government would gradually wither away. “By 2010 or thereabouts,” they wrote, welfare states “will simply become unfinanceable”. In such a harsh world, only the most talented, self-reliant, technologically adept person – “the sovereign individual” – would thrive.” …… Eclectic Man

Well, EM, was he more right than wrong with those canny predictions? The views expressed look very familiar and far too similar to many presented everywhere nowadays to be summarily dismissed as errant erudite propaganda/misinformation/disinformation/fake news.

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amanfromMars [2104071039] …… just saying on https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/gigantic-clusterfk-how-morgan-stanley-avoided-10bn-archegos-losses-selling-first

With friends like Morgan Stanley selling you garbage, who needs enemies?

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amanfromMars [2104071354] ……. painting an obvious clear picture on https://www.zerohedge.com/political/fallout-greensill-collapse-splatters-british-government-leaves-taxpayers-big-losses

Cameron himself refuses to even respond to the lobbying allegations. His ear-splitting silence speaks volumes about the state of British politics today.

Such speaks nothing but ripe rotten to its very core and catastrophically vulnerable to flash crashing and colossal trashing. To think or imagine that lessons have been learned by those always active in that particular peculiar sector is to identify oneself as being totally deluded.

The self same actors in a soap opera are never going to produce and present a stellar alternative performance. They just don’t have the necessary IT/je ne sais quoi/chutzpah to deliver sustainable success.

And what does Cameron’s silence tell one and all about the pathetic powerless state of Parliamentarians and honourable members of the Official Opposition and Her Majesty’s Civil Service  …… apart from them being likely easily presumed to be similar to gang members guilty of conspiring in criminal enterprises and perpetrating monumental frauds?

J’accuse.

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