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Ethereum Classic is an open, decentralized, and permissionless public blockchain, that aims to fulfill the original promise of Ethereum, as a platform where smart contracts are free from third-party interference. ETC prioritizes trust-minimization, network security, and integrity. All network upgrades are non-contentious with the aim to fix critical issues or to add value with newly proposed features; never to create new tokens, or to bail out flawed smart contracts and their interest groups.
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People having AUD or USD on bank account may not like this graph

People having AUD or USD on bank account may not like this graph
Classical inflation may not be a good way to measure wealth. It may measure how much basket of carrots and potatoes you may buy on $1, but may not be a good measure how much m^2 of house you may buy (if you saving and plan to buy house in the future, for example).
Currencies, all currencies, USD, EUR and even more AUD lost value, significantly, for last couple of months. It's not yet visible in CPI (Consumer Price Index, prices in shops for basket of carrots and potatoes). But it's visible on M2 Money Supply.
Below plot of CPI and M2, they have different scale and just put together for better look, don't look at the numbers it doesn't matter, it's the change what's important. Look at the jump in M2 from 15.5 to 18 in last couple of months.
https://preview.redd.it/2zh6nt013l151.png?width=2328&format=png&auto=webp&s=7ae4462f158cf8087d45517a85b0a0239474fd0f
Basically what this graph means - if you had money on your accounts, around 15% of it (18/15.5 = 15%) has been taken from your account and put in pockets of people who had assets like stocks or real estate.
P.S.
Why the post has been tagged as FOREX?
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Is there a reason the most important currencies in the western world have been converging to relative parity with the US dollar?

I'm just curious about why 1 USD, GBP and EUR are all, roughly speaking, equivalent in value. Even JPY is similar with a factor of 10. There are vastly different levels of m2 supply in each economic area and so scarcity doesn't seem to play much of a role here. I understand the relevance of forex markets and country ratings and central bank target rates in this matter and none of those aspects seems to be a driving factor in my question.
And just one question to get us started:
Did the European Union specifically target near parity with the USD when they introduced the EUR?
I'm sure there are people a lot more knowledgeable than I am that can shed some light on this.
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The Digital Asset Age

The Digital Asset Age

https://preview.redd.it/xin653jikg931.png?width=948&format=png&auto=webp&s=3f09ba8c514126895763279180a54467f25f3291


Bitcoin has been the best performing asset class over 10 years of any asset in history of humanity. PERIOD.

This chart shows gains over different time periods.

*Note that it does not include the first 2 years of Bitcoin when price was $.003 which would put it at 433,000,000% gain.

It is currently at approximately 200 Billion market cap, and I believe it still has another 100-1000x gain over next 20-30 years which would put it between 20 Trillion to 200 Trillion. For perspective Gold is currently around 7.8 Trillion - Probably closer to double this if you include gold not publicly accounted for, as many think China and Russia have much more gold than they say.

Where I get my estimate:

*Bitcoin is superior to Gold in almost every way. I'd put it at 2-3 times better than gold in terms of value and usability.It is:*More Transportable and portable both (Sending, and carrying)*More divisible, into 1/100,000,000th of a Bitcoin*More Secure if store properly - See brain wallet or paper wallet*Scarce - It has finite supply, gold, while more scarce than most other asset classes, and the 2nd hardest money behind Bitcoin... is not finite, with massive stores in the earth, some being found in the ocean now, and in the future on asteroids and other planets, not to mention that it is possible to create gold in a lab, but not cost effective... yet.*Is not used in commerce, and this is debatable, but the perfect form of money should not be influenced by the demand of the commodity in industry. I forget the economist who stated this long before Bitcoin was created, anyone remember? Maybe Friedrich Hayek or Milton Friedman?
That alone gets us to 20 Trillion. Especially over a 20-30 year timeline, as Gold would likely have been probably 50 Trillion by then just by normal increase in world assets proportionally (If Bitcoin had not come along to disrupt).

Additionally to gold, Bitcoin disrupts the following industries and asset classes:

*The worlds currencies M0, M1, M2, M3
*Stolen value through inflation, the hidden tax
*Securities markets - Stock speculation
*Treasury bonds*Other precious metals - Silver, Platinum etc
*Other safe haven assets and hedges
*Payment systems like Venmo, Paypal, Visa, Mastercard
*Remittance systems like Moneygram & Western Union
*Bank Values which are in the double digit trillions
*Storage Vaults and security services like storage of gold, cash
*Currency exchanges like Forex and physical kiosks
*Money changers who move money in and out of countries with currency controls*Transportation services like Brinks
*All of the associated services that go into maintaining the employees of all of the above services... The cost of employment, living expenses, insurances, transportation to buildings, and all of the carbon footprint that goes with all of that.
*The list goes on and on

These are all industries that were needed before, but are no longer needed and will provide a HUGE boost in efficiency and prosperity across all individuals who decide to adopt the new system. All of that wasted inflation and value will now be given to all in the way of lowered costs of doing business and transacting, and no more stolen inflation funds. Not to mention that you can't put a price on Censorship resistance, privacy, and freedom.

What will you do? Will you cling to the old system, or follow the smart money into The Digital Asset Age? (Name of the book I'm writing)
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央行参事盛松成:房地产税设计复杂 几年内难推出ZT by 回首小时候 on 2016-12-19

“中央经济工作会议提出稳健货币政策偏中性,明年的货币政策不会放松,2017年广义货币供应量(M2)增速估计不会超过12%。‘中性’表述也不意味着明年货币政策偏紧,这会引起市场动荡。”
12月18日,2016~2017中国宏观经济形势分析与预测年度报告会在上海举行。对于明年“稳健中性”的货币政策,中国人民银行参事盛松成做了上述分析,他认为考虑到汇率等因素影响,明年货币政策不具备放松条件。
对于明年继续实施积极财政政策方面,盛松成告诉第一财经记者,估计今年实际财政赤字率达到3.5%左右,明年预算内财政赤字率肯定会突破3%,可能在3%~4%区间里,未来财政赤字率还有提高空间,必要时甚至达到5%。
另外他注意到,此次中央经济工作会议要求加快建立房地产长效机制,这将改变中国以往房地产调控中以短期、需求端为主的调控方法,而注重房地产供给端的长期调控,即通过增加土地供应、提高住宅面积等举措来抑制房价过快上涨。
货币政策稳健中性
在上述报告会上,如何解读近日中央经济工作会议透露的政策动向成为焦点。
中央经济工作会议提出,2017年继续实施稳健的货币政策。货币政策要保持稳健中性,适应货币供应方式新变化,调节好货币闸门,努力畅通货币政策传导渠道和机制,维护流动性基本稳定。
盛松成表示,货币政策稳健中性提法值得关注,其个人理解是,在即将过去的一年实施的货币政策可能偏松了一点点,但明年货币政策也不会提偏紧,这会引起市场动荡。上海财经大学高等研究院院长田国强在会上表示,明年货币政策稳健中性的“中性”提法,可能意味着货币政策会比今年略微收紧一些。
上海财经大学高等研究院在报告会上发布的《中国宏观经济形势分析与预测年度报告(2016~2017)》(下称《报告》)称,若央行2017年主要政策目标为维持经济增长速度,那么货币政策将呈现略微宽松的态势;若主要政策目标是维持人民币汇率稳定,货币政策就有可能呈现略微紧缩的态势;若2017年的主要政策目标为维持经济增长速度,为辅的是维持汇率稳定,货币政策宽松幅度有限,预估降准只有25个基点。
盛松成分析,明年货币政策也不具备放松的条件。因为货币政策不仅要考虑稳增长,也需要考虑汇率变动、通货膨胀、股市、楼市等方面。另外这次中央经济工作会议还提到把防控金融风险放到更加重要的位置,这需要控制货币供应量。预计明年广义货币供应量M2增速不会超过12%。据悉,今年M2增长的预期目标是13%左右,前11个月M2实际增速是11.4%。
关于财政政策,此次中央经济工作会议提出,继续实施积极的财政政策。财政政策要更加积极有效,预算安排要适应推进供给侧结构性改革、降低企业税费负担、保障民生兜底的需要。此前多位专家接受第一财经记者采访时都认为,财政政策力度会比今年更大,明年财政赤字率会突破3%。
《报告》对2017年财政赤字率做了不同情境假设下的预测,赤字率空间是3%~5.75%。如《报告》假设中美贸易摩擦导致2017年我国出口下降1%,2017年GDP实际增长不及预期目标(6.5%)但相差幅度不远,政府无需放宽货币政策,而靠财政政策收拢增速缺口,预计财政赤字率达到3.26%。在最保守悲观情境下,财政赤字率达到5.75%。
盛松成认为,在考虑我国债务规模等因素测算后,中国财政赤字率可以提高到4%,甚至5%。
田国强表示,在中国经济已经进入增速放缓、产能总体过剩、债务率居高不下的大背景下,财政政策和货币政策的效应都是短期的,尤其是高强度的财政与货币刺激政策代价十分巨大,需要谨慎使用。中国经济要实现稳中求进,必须推进市场导向的结构性体制和治理改革。
楼市调控注重长短期结合
今年一线城市和部分二线城市房价过快上涨引起社会广泛关注。
此次中央经济工作会议提出,坚持“房子是用来住的、不是用来炒的”的定位,综合运用金融、土地、财税、投资、立法等手段,加快研究建立符合国情、适应市场规律的基础性制度和长效机制,既抑制房地产泡沫,又防止出现大起大落。
盛松成称,近十几年来,中国对房地产调控都是以短期、需求端为主,采取多是限购、限贷措施来抑制需求来控制房价,但这种单一需求调控却难以抑制房价上涨预期,导致房价越调越高。
“此次中央经济工作会议提出建立房地产调控长效机制,这意味着中央将改变以往单一短期、需求端调控方法,而是在此基础上更加注重供给调控。”盛松成称。
在需求端调控上,此次中央经济工作会议提出严格限制信贷流向投资投机性购房;而在供给端调控上,会议提出要落实人地挂钩政策,根据人口流动情况分配建设用地指标。落实地方政府主体责任,房价上涨压力大的城市要合理增加土地供应,提高住宅用地比例,盘活城市闲置和低效用地。特大城市要加快疏解部分城市功能,带动周边中小城市发展。
对于市场关注的房地产税,盛松成认为由于房地产税设计复杂,几年内很难推出。
另外,目前房地产供给问题比较突出,盛松成表示,这体现在多数大中城市土地供应在逐年下降,土地拍卖“量减价增”,住宅用地和新建住宅供应不足。
他建议,未来可以改进土地拍卖制度,借鉴上海车牌拍卖的方法来控制土地拍卖价格。通过改变对地方GDP考核要求,来减少地方政府引进工业投资提高GDP的冲动,从而将更多用地用于住宅建设,而非工业用地。
http://finance.qq.com/a/20161219/024311.htm
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how to predict forex-market

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Dual gpu and crossfire?

So I am building my first pc. Its primary function will be trading the Forex market. I will be running MT4, with live charts and doing some browsing/research, but not a whole lot else. I intend to run 4 monitors, but would like to capability for 6. After a month of research, I have a good idea of my build. But having no experience, I was hoping someone might have some input.
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
Type Item Price
CPU AMD - Ryzen 7 2700 3.2 GHz 8-Core Processor $224.89 @ OutletPC
Motherboard MSI - X470 GAMING PLUS ATX AM4 Motherboard $124.89 @ OutletPC
Memory Corsair - Vengeance LPX 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3000 Memory $94.89 @ OutletPC
Storage Samsung - 970 Evo 250 GB M.2-2280 Solid State Drive $97.31 @ OutletPC
Video Card PNY - Quadro P600 2 GB Video Card $169.99 @ Amazon
Case Corsair - Carbide Series 275R (Black w/Tempered Glass) ATX Mid Tower Case $79.99 @ Amazon
Power Supply Corsair - RMx (2018) 650 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply $89.99 @ Amazon
Operating System Microsoft - Windows 10 Home OEM 64-bit $99.39 @ OutletPC
Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts
Total (before mail-in rebates) $1016.34
Mail-in rebates -$35.00
Total $981.34
Generated by PCPartPicker 2019-04-18 03:10 EDT-0400
I decided to go with the mobo because it can run 2 GPUs. My thought was to get the p600(which has 4 outputs) and later add another to get the desired 6 monitors if I decided I had a need. But the p600 doesn't support crossfire. Not exactly sure what that means. I decided on the p600 as it seems to be a better option over a gaming GPU for my needs. Am I correct in this assumption? If not, do you have any ideas?

Also, in the compatibility section on pc part picker it says "the motherboard M.2 slot #1 shares bandwidth with SATA 6.0 Gb/s port. When M.2 slot is populated, one SATA 6.0 Gb/s port is disabled." Again, not entirely sure what that means. Will this affect performance in any way? Is there a way to fix this or is it just a feature of the mobo?

I intend to order parts within the next few days, so any input on the overall build is also much appreciated. I am kinda flying blind and am open to any/ all suggestions.
Thanks.
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zt专访前IMF顾问:若明年美元过于强势,美联储将暂停加息 by dantario on 2016-12-15

http://www.thepaper.cn/newsDetail_forward_1580492 美国东部时间12月14日下午2时,美联储公开市场委员会将联邦基金利率上调了25个基点,并预计2017年加息三次。
虽然美联储加息25个基点早已是市场一致预期,但美联储同时发布的反映美联储官员对于联邦基金利率预期的点阵图显示,2017年美联储或加息3次,比之前预期多了一次。受此影响,在美联储发布加息声明和点阵图之后,美元指数开始急剧攀升。美联储加息节奏是不是真的会加快?美联储加息以及强势美元将如何与特朗普新政共同影响2017年世界经济走势?澎湃新闻记者专访了美国加州大学伯克利分校经济系讲座教授、前国际货币基金组织(IMF)资深政策顾问巴里·艾肯格林(Barry Eichengreen)。
Barry Eichengreen教授是当今国际学术界最活跃、最富影响力的著名经济学家之一。他是国际经济政策历史(宏观经济史的分支)的奠基人,其《黄金镣铐:金本位和大萧条》一书已成为国际上研究1929年至1933年“大萧条”的经典之作。他是国际货币体系演变史研究的奠基人之一,也是欧洲货币一体化、货币危机、金融危机等研究领域的顶尖学者。
如果明年美元升值过于强势,美联储将暂停加息
澎湃新闻:你认为美国经济增长确实足够强劲到可以支持此次加息吗?
Barry Eichengreen:我认为25个基点的加息幅度不会导致很大不同。0.25个百分点对于融资成本来说只是一个很小的变化。会受影响的是那些金融系统脆弱且对美元有强劲融资需求的地方。换句话说,不要太担心美联储加息对美国经济增长的影响,更值得关注的在于加息对土耳其的影响。
澎湃新闻:美元现在非常强势,这是美联储决策一个重要的因素吗?
Barry Eichengreen:美联储总是盯住美元汇率,因为汇率是影响经济增长的重要因素。如果2017年美元升值过于强势,美联储将暂停加息。美联储也是这样走一步看一步的。
澎湃新闻:你怎么评价耶伦?为了确保经济平稳增长,美国现在需要怎样的货币政策?
Barry Eichengreen:在如此艰难的经济环境下,耶伦任期内的美联储已经做得很好了,他们顶住了压力,没有在条件尚未成熟的时候提升利率。因为美联储即将承受更大的政治批评和压力,我们应该指望美联储继续小心翼翼地、谨慎地前进。
特朗普的财政刺激最终或许只是象征性的
澎湃新闻:美联储预计2017年要加息3次,特朗普的财政政策要扩张财政刺激,你认为这两者间的关系有多大?
Barry Eichengreen:特朗普要扩大财政刺激,毫无疑问会带高通(67.56, -1.78, -2.57%)胀,也会加速美联储利率正常化的脚步。但是我认为应该对财政刺激的预期保持警惕。财政刺激计划通过需要得到国会的支持,很多共和党人担心债务和赤字问题。因此实际上财政刺激最终或许只是象征性的,而非实质性的。
澎湃新闻:由于加息预期增加,美元强势走高,国债收益率持续上升,大量资本流入美国市场。这会加重债务国家的压力,尤其是对新兴市场国家。你认为这会造成像上世纪80年代发生在墨西哥和拉美那样的危机吗?
Barry Eichengreen:由于很多新兴市场的金融体系得到加强,也减少了对美元计价债务的依赖,不会造成一般意义上的危机。但是在个别国家,比如土耳其却不是这样,目前出现的货币急剧贬值问题极有可能发展成一场危机。
澎湃新闻:你怎么评价特朗普的贸易保护政策对美国以及新兴市场国家可能造成的影响?
Barry Eichengreen:特朗普的保护主义贸易政策会在短期内使美国经济走强,但是长期来说对美国不利。强美元将对那些依赖于将美国作为出口国的新兴国家有利,但是对依赖美元来填补经常账户赤字的新兴市场不利。因此区分新兴市场的不同也是很重要的,不能简单地把他们放在一个范畴里。
澎湃新闻:保护主义抬头使得金融市场更加动荡,你认为右翼民族主义和民粹主义会在接下来的几年里成为一股可持续的潮流吗?这个趋势的出现与金融市场的动荡背后是否有更深层次的原因,例如长期利率和实际利率过低?
Barry Eichengreen:全世界实际利率的低水平反应的事实是全球投资低迷,而相较之下是全球储蓄率的上升。伯南克所说的“全球储蓄过剩”仍旧存在。因此问题就在于如何刺激投资,由此提升实际利率到更正常的水平。民粹主义辞令和行动助长了不确定性,这个政治噪音确实是一个压抑投资的因素,而且在可以预见的未来,这个噪音还会持续。
短期内美国和欧洲的加息分歧会扩大
澎湃新闻:美国经济恢复得比欧元区快,你认为这个差异在2017年会增大吗?如何评价欧洲政治不确定性对欧美货币政策的影响?
Barry Eichengreen:美国经济从财政刺激中有了小幅度增长。而欧洲仍在意大利、德国、希腊的银行业问题中挣扎。2017年由于几大经济体的大选,欧洲会还有大量的政治不确定性。因此在短期内,美国和欧洲加息的分歧会扩大。
澎湃新闻:量宽政策广受争议,使得货币政策与财政政策再次成为争论的中心。你认为欧盟和欧洲央行在这个问题上处理得好吗?欧洲的财政政策是否过紧?
Barry Eichengreen:是的,如果财政政策更积极一些,欧洲的经济会得到更好的增长。欧盟已经提议在2017年增加0.5%的赤字开支,但是更大的赤字规模可以达到更佳的效果。增加财政支出可以缓解欧洲央行支持经济增长的压力,2%的通胀目标也更容易达成。欧洲央行已经表示会在2017年下半年稍微收紧货币政策的意向。如果得到财政政策更多的支持,央行政策收紧的速度会逐渐加快。
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人民币离岸现在是6.93,早上到过6.95,昨天是6.92
日元现在117,再创新高
欧元现在0.95
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Period: 76.83 days
Submissions Comments
Total 982 5230
Rate (per day) 12.78 67.37
Unique Redditors 702 946
Combined Score 5730 16211

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 366 points, 45 submissions: benjaminikuta
    1. So, what's the difference between this new trade deal with Mexico and Canada and the old one, and what are the implications? (68 points, 12 comments)
    2. Do powerful unions increase wages above the optimal level, or do firms with market power cause imperfect competition in the labor market, causing sub optimal wages? (Or both?) (29 points, 2 comments)
    3. How do the salaries of high paid professionals compare between the US and various other developed countries? (28 points, 1 comment)
    4. Just how much more expensive is it to build on mountainous terrain than on flat land? How much more expensive would housing have to be before it's economical to develop the mountains of Hong Kong? (27 points, 5 comments)
    5. When it is said that someone in a third world country lives on a dollar a day, what does that actually mean? (25 points, 19 comments)
    6. How do economists measure unpaid work? (23 points, 8 comments)
    7. What's the economic effect of legal vs illegal immigration? (22 points, 10 comments)
    8. If someone saved enough money to live on investment income, could their descendants live off it indefinitely? (Assuming they don't spend the principle, reinvest to account for inflation, etc, of course.) (20 points, 46 comments)
    9. How effectively can negative externalities be quantified? (11 points, 7 comments)
    10. What are some common misconceptions about economics? (11 points, 19 comments)
  2. 134 points, 11 submissions: Fart_Gas
    1. Is free public transport a good idea? (42 points, 20 comments)
    2. What caused the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis? (31 points, 13 comments)
    3. Would it be more economical for supermarkets to slightly under-stock? (21 points, 12 comments)
    4. Will Venezuela's plummeting economy make it a good choice for low-wage industries? (20 points, 8 comments)
    5. What might cause sudden inflation? (7 points, 2 comments)
    6. Why do some countries without hyperinflation use a foreign currency in everyday life? (7 points, 3 comments)
    7. Has any country tried reducing the minimum wage, and ended up with a good result from it? (4 points, 8 comments)
    8. Is Ordoliberalism feasible for most poor and recently war-torn countries? (1 point, 0 comments)
    9. Why do some businesses sponsor sporting teams in countries they don't operate in, and that they don't plan to expand to in the foreseeable future? (1 point, 1 comment)
    10. Is it inevitable that certain areas will never recover from a war? If so, why? (0 points, 0 comments)
  3. 96 points, 5 submissions: MrZer
    1. Why do countries like France or Japan have a high debt to GDP but aren't in shambles like Greece? (43 points, 16 comments)
    2. Milton Friedman is well respected by many economists, why aren't there more Libertarians? (22 points, 18 comments)
    3. I've heard Marxists claim that central planning is good because the military and corporations do it. (20 points, 38 comments)
    4. Someone once said "Interest is what actually creates money. Without debt and interest, our economies would collapse." (7 points, 5 comments)
    5. What does it mean when people say China manipulates currency? (4 points, 7 comments)
  4. 83 points, 17 submissions: Whynvme
    1. Do economists actually calculate consumer surplus empirically, or is it more of s theoretical concept? (19 points, 5 comments)
    2. If we have cobb douglas preferences, my demand for x is not a function of the price of y. How do substitution effects arise then? (13 points, 6 comments)
    3. Is me making more money than I would necessarily require to work( so more than my 'opportunity wage') for a job an economic inefficiency? or is ineffiency in labor markets a wedge between my marginal revenue product and my wage? (11 points, 3 comments)
    4. some basic macro questions (6 points, 5 comments)
    5. understanding equilibrium in a dynamic context? (6 points, 1 comment)
    6. Trying to understand economies of scale, e.g. costco (5 points, 5 comments)
    7. Why does inflation necessarily mean wages will be increasing too? (5 points, 3 comments)
    8. question about equilibrium tax incidence (3 points, 1 comment)
    9. trying to understand the utility of theoretical models (3 points, 3 comments)
    10. when firms are earning short run economic profit, does that just mean all factors of production are earning more than their opportunity cost? so firms entering the industry = labor and capital reallocating towards that industry by forming new firms? (3 points, 1 comment)
  5. 65 points, 1 submission: imadeadinside
    1. If Bruce Wayne was revealed as Batman, would stock prices and sales skyrocket or plummet for Wayne Enterprises (65 points, 16 comments)
  6. 57 points, 2 submissions: csObsession
    1. Do most economists think political and economic freedoms are intrinsically tied together? How do they explain the success of extremely authoritarian capitalist governments (Singapore, China, South Korea, Chile)? (37 points, 25 comments)
    2. Why are salaries for professionals so much higher in the United States than other developed countries? (20 points, 34 comments)
  7. 53 points, 13 submissions: Experimentalphone
    1. Why do Information Technology workers are so high in demand and earn so much in Western countries but doesn't even get sustenance wage in Bangladesh? (30 points, 10 comments)
    2. Anyone know of a comprehensive list of all the sub disciplines one can do a PhD in Economics, Finance and Business? (6 points, 4 comments)
    3. Which PhD sub disciplines have the least math but still good employability prospects in academia and industry? (5 points, 19 comments)
    4. What is the best website to publish your working papers in Economics? (3 points, 4 comments)
    5. Do I have to prove factual assertions before providing my arguments on economic policy suggestions for a journal article? (2 points, 4 comments)
    6. Why is the Ready Made Garments industry of Bangladesh declining due to withdrawal of trade privileges of Western countries when prices are already competitive in the world market? (2 points, 1 comment)
    7. Are qualitative policy prescription papers accepted by most journals or are they better of in blog posts? (1 point, 7 comments)
    8. What is the best free website for working papers in Economics? (1 point, 3 comments)
    9. Where can I find data on work conditions and how hard is the work of foreign students who work alongside their studies legally or illegally? (1 point, 0 comments)
    10. Which metrics do I need, to find out the effects of outward remittance on a poor economy? (1 point, 5 comments)
  8. 52 points, 6 submissions: FrankVillain
    1. Is China still considered a centrally planned economy? (16 points, 4 comments)
    2. Ressources on the Soviet industrial failures due to poor economics? (15 points, 2 comments)
    3. What is the reason behind France's high unemployment rate? (10 points, 13 comments)
    4. About Land Value Tax & Single Tax: how would it affect farmers and those of them who own their land? (9 points, 3 comments)
    5. Does welfare policies contribute to inflation? (2 points, 1 comment)
    6. If a Bitcoin is worth $1 000 000 and some persons like Satoshi have one or more millions of it... what power do they have? Can they disrupt the financial system with the huge amount of dollars that they have? (0 points, 8 comments)
  9. 49 points, 9 submissions: Chumbaka
    1. Can someone explain M0 , M1 and M2 to me? (13 points, 2 comments)
    2. Why is inflation and deflation bad? (13 points, 8 comments)
    3. Can anyone explain why this happens and what it means? (10 points, 3 comments)
    4. Stupid question but : Why does printing lots of money lead to inflation? (5 points, 14 comments)
    5. Why aren't all banks Full Reserve Banking? (5 points, 3 comments)
    6. What does this stock market fall mean to the economy as a whole? (3 points, 4 comments)
    7. How do I pick an economist ideology to support? (0 points, 3 comments)
    8. Is investing in Forex worth it? (0 points, 15 comments)
    9. What is Fractional Reserve Banking? (0 points, 4 comments)
  10. 47 points, 1 submission: furikakebabe
    1. The Tax Bill of 2017 reduced corporate tax rate from 35% to 21%. Tax haven countries have rates as low as 15%. Why would companies be more likely to move money back to the US if they still aren’t getting a better rate? (47 points, 6 comments)
  11. 47 points, 1 submission: gh0bs
    1. Why does the economy have to be a series of bubbles and bursts/corrections, rather than a sustained gradual growth? (47 points, 32 comments)
  12. 45 points, 1 submission: wcoleman22
    1. For all the economists out there that got advanced degrees, what were your most influential assigned readings? (45 points, 23 comments)
  13. 43 points, 1 submission: Crane_Train
    1. How could Venezuela fix its economy? (43 points, 17 comments)
  14. 42 points, 4 submissions: Jollygood156
    1. Why didn't quantitative easing + low interest rates raise inflation high? (20 points, 36 comments)
    2. How do we actually refute MMT? (12 points, 69 comments)
    3. What is Nominal GDP targeting and why do so many people advocate for it? (6 points, 16 comments)
    4. How exactly are land value taxes calculated? (4 points, 3 comments)
  15. 42 points, 1 submission: kornork
    1. With Soybeans piling up and a 12 Billion bailout from the trade war, how come tofu isn’t super cheap right now? (42 points, 3 comments)
  16. 41 points, 1 submission: TheHoleInMoi
    1. Are there any papers/solid arguments about the benefits of having more local business as opposed to corporate consolidation? (41 points, 2 comments)
  17. 39 points, 1 submission: infernomedia
    1. What are some of the most interesting results in economics that are widely well regarded by the academic community to come out in the last decade? (39 points, 7 comments)
  18. 38 points, 1 submission: -reasonable-person-
    1. From an Economic Perspective What is the Most Effective Way for Mexico to end its Violent Organized Crime Problem? (38 points, 13 comments)
  19. 38 points, 1 submission: ajsox22
    1. Does culture impact the growth and development of a nation's economy? (38 points, 15 comments)
  20. 37 points, 8 submissions: MedStudent-96
    1. Quasi-convexity of the Indirect Utility Function? (12 points, 14 comments)
    2. Is my textbook wrong? (9 points, 8 comments)
    3. Interpretation of Lagrange Multipliers for Consumer (5 points, 4 comments)
    4. Consumer Demand Interpretation for Cobb Douglas-Non Convex to Origin. (4 points, 6 comments)
    5. Do monopolies produce the same as a competitive firm in the long run? (4 points, 8 comments)
    6. In some circumstances can a monopoly leave the consumer better off? (1 point, 3 comments)
    7. Two Period Consumption Savings Model (1 point, 3 comments)
    8. [General Equilibrium] Proving that in the limit case the core shrinks to the set of competitive equilibrium. (1 point, 0 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. BainCapitalist (2255 points, 571 comments)
  2. smalleconomist (1053 points, 307 comments)
  3. RobThorpe (853 points, 247 comments)
  4. Calvo_fairy (721 points, 146 comments)
  5. Cross_Keynesian (527 points, 126 comments)
  6. zzzzz94 (468 points, 83 comments)
  7. raptorman556 (334 points, 91 comments)
  8. Integralds (323 points, 51 comments)
  9. whyrat (298 points, 56 comments)
  10. MrDannyOcean (290 points, 48 comments)
  11. isntanywhere (263 points, 84 comments)
  12. benjaminikuta (249 points, 133 comments)
  13. penguin_rider222 (158 points, 40 comments)
  14. daokedao4 (148 points, 23 comments)
  15. lawrencekhoo (132 points, 13 comments)
  16. ecolonomist (129 points, 45 comments)
  17. RegulatoryCapture (126 points, 29 comments)
  18. intowilde (114 points, 28 comments)
  19. VineFynn (113 points, 30 comments)
  20. MedStudent-96 (103 points, 48 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. So, what's the difference between this new trade deal with Mexico and Canada and the old one, and what are the implications? by benjaminikuta (68 points, 12 comments)
  2. If Bruce Wayne was revealed as Batman, would stock prices and sales skyrocket or plummet for Wayne Enterprises by imadeadinside (65 points, 16 comments)
  3. Why does the economy have to be a series of bubbles and bursts/corrections, rather than a sustained gradual growth? by gh0bs (47 points, 32 comments)
  4. The Tax Bill of 2017 reduced corporate tax rate from 35% to 21%. Tax haven countries have rates as low as 15%. Why would companies be more likely to move money back to the US if they still aren’t getting a better rate? by furikakebabe (47 points, 6 comments)
  5. For all the economists out there that got advanced degrees, what were your most influential assigned readings? by wcoleman22 (45 points, 23 comments)
  6. How could Venezuela fix its economy? by Crane_Train (43 points, 17 comments)
  7. Why do countries like France or Japan have a high debt to GDP but aren't in shambles like Greece? by MrZer (43 points, 16 comments)
  8. Is free public transport a good idea? by Fart_Gas (42 points, 20 comments)
  9. With Soybeans piling up and a 12 Billion bailout from the trade war, how come tofu isn’t super cheap right now? by kornork (42 points, 3 comments)
  10. Are there any papers/solid arguments about the benefits of having more local business as opposed to corporate consolidation? by TheHoleInMoi (41 points, 2 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 68 points: Calvo_fairy's comment in Milton Friedman is well respected by many economists, why aren't there more Libertarians?
  2. 62 points: Calvo_fairy's comment in Milton Friedman is well respected by many economists, why aren't there more Libertarians?
  3. 54 points: Calvo_fairy's comment in If Bruce Wayne was revealed as Batman, would stock prices and sales skyrocket or plummet for Wayne Enterprises
  4. 52 points: Qwernakus's comment in What is the difference between GDP (Nominal), GDP (PPP), and Real GDP ?
  5. 50 points: TheoryOfSomething's comment in Which parts of Marxism are theoretically dependent on the labor theory of value and which are not?
  6. 47 points: Lucid-Crow's comment in I've heard Marxists claim that central planning is good because the military and corporations do it.
  7. 46 points: Integralds's comment in Milton Friedman is well respected by many economists, why aren't there more Libertarians?
  8. 44 points: Yankee9204's comment in If Bruce Wayne was revealed as Batman, would stock prices and sales skyrocket or plummet for Wayne Enterprises
  9. 43 points: lawrencekhoo's comment in With Soybeans piling up and a 12 Billion bailout from the trade war, how come tofu isn’t super cheap right now?
  10. 42 points: Cross_Keynesian's comment in Does income inequality really matter?
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Period: 82.02 days
Submissions Comments
Total 979 6319
Rate (per day) 11.94 76.69
Unique Redditors 688 1060
Combined Score 5907 19076

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 322 points, 37 submissions: benjaminikuta
    1. So, what's the difference between this new trade deal with Mexico and Canada and the old one, and what are the implications? (71 points, 12 comments)
    2. The EU is considering making product life expectancy a mandatory piece of info for consumer electronics. What would the economic implications of that be? (64 points, 24 comments)
    3. Do powerful unions increase wages above the optimal level, or do firms with market power cause imperfect competition in the labor market, causing sub optimal wages? (Or both?) (27 points, 3 comments)
    4. How do economists measure unpaid work? (24 points, 8 comments)
    5. When it is said that someone in a third world country lives on a dollar a day, what does that actually mean? (22 points, 19 comments)
    6. What are some common misconceptions about economics? (14 points, 19 comments)
    7. What would be a better alternative to Bernie's proposal to tax employers of welfare recipients? (14 points, 65 comments)
    8. How effectively can negative externalities be quantified? (10 points, 7 comments)
    9. To what degree has the internet increased the liquidity of the labor market? (7 points, 3 comments)
    10. What happened with the Greek economic crisis? (7 points, 5 comments)
  2. 146 points, 30 submissions: Whynvme
    1. When economists refer to industrialization, does it mean a move from agricultural to manufacturing economy? Is the growth in services a different term? (22 points, 6 comments)
    2. Do economists actually calculate consumer surplus empirically, or is it more of s theoretical concept? (20 points, 5 comments)
    3. If we have cobb douglas preferences, my demand for x is not a function of the price of y. How do substitution effects arise then? (11 points, 6 comments)
    4. Is me making more money than I would necessarily require to work( so more than my 'opportunity wage') for a job an economic inefficiency? or is ineffiency in labor markets a wedge between my marginal revenue product and my wage? (11 points, 3 comments)
    5. why is ceteris paribus important for analyzing/thinking about the world? (11 points, 7 comments)
    6. Why does inflation necessarily mean wages will be increasing too? (6 points, 3 comments)
    7. some basic macro questions (6 points, 2 comments)
    8. what is meant by value added? (6 points, 3 comments)
    9. Trying to understand economies of scale, e.g. costco (5 points, 5 comments)
    10. Why would an economy implode long term if there are decreasing returns to scale? (5 points, 15 comments)
  3. 95 points, 2 submissions: MrDannyOcean
    1. Announcing a new policy direction for /AskEconomics (75 points, 135 comments)
    2. The new rules for AskEconomics are now in place. Please see the details within. (20 points, 20 comments)
  4. 79 points, 7 submissions: Fart_Gas
    1. Is free public transport a good idea? (41 points, 20 comments)
    2. Will Venezuela's plummeting economy make it a good choice for low-wage industries? (17 points, 8 comments)
    3. What might cause sudden inflation? (8 points, 2 comments)
    4. Why do some countries without hyperinflation use a foreign currency in everyday life? (8 points, 3 comments)
    5. Has any country tried reducing the minimum wage, and ended up with a good result from it? (3 points, 8 comments)
    6. Do boycotts really work? (1 point, 3 comments)
    7. Why do some businesses sponsor sporting teams in countries they don't operate in, and that they don't plan to expand to in the foreseeable future? (1 point, 1 comment)
  5. 66 points, 7 submissions: FrankVillain
    1. Can the Euro become the global currency for trade? (17 points, 3 comments)
    2. Is China still considered a centrally planned economy? (16 points, 4 comments)
    3. Ressources on the Soviet industrial failures due to poor economics? (14 points, 2 comments)
    4. What is the reason behind France's high unemployment rate? (9 points, 14 comments)
    5. About Land Value Tax & Single Tax: how would it affect farmers and those of them who own their land? (7 points, 3 comments)
    6. Does welfare policies contribute to inflation? (2 points, 1 comment)
    7. If a Bitcoin is worth $1 000 000 and some persons like Satoshi have one or more millions of it... what power do they have? Can they disrupt the financial system with the huge amount of dollars that they have? (1 point, 8 comments)
  6. 66 points, 1 submission: imadeadinside
    1. If Bruce Wayne was revealed as Batman, would stock prices and sales skyrocket or plummet for Wayne Enterprises (66 points, 16 comments)
  7. 64 points, 6 submissions: Serpenthrope
    1. Have there been any serious proposals for economic systems that don't use money? (23 points, 67 comments)
    2. Could a company ever become quality-control for a market in which they're competing, assuming no government interference? (16 points, 4 comments)
    3. Is there a formal name for this? (15 points, 6 comments)
    4. Why are second-hand clothing donations fundamentally different from other types of imports? (5 points, 1 comment)
    5. I saw this article on a UN report calling for the dismantling of Capitalism to stop Global Warming, and was wondering what most economists think of the claims? (3 points, 4 comments)
    6. Peter Navarro and Lyndon Larouche? (2 points, 1 comment)
  8. 62 points, 2 submissions: JeffGotSwags
    1. What are the most commonly held misconceptions about economics among people with at least some background? (36 points, 38 comments)
    2. How did the financial crisis affect the demand for economists? (26 points, 5 comments)
  9. 61 points, 11 submissions: Chumbaka
    1. Can someone explain M0 , M1 and M2 to me? (13 points, 2 comments)
    2. Can anyone explain why this happens and what it means? (11 points, 3 comments)
    3. Can a monopoly also be a monopsony? (10 points, 13 comments)
    4. Why is inflation and deflation bad? (10 points, 8 comments)
    5. Stupid question but : Why does printing lots of money lead to inflation? (5 points, 14 comments)
    6. Why aren't all banks Full Reserve Banking? (5 points, 3 comments)
    7. What does this stock market fall mean to the economy as a whole? (4 points, 4 comments)
    8. How would an universal free market deal with situations like NK? (3 points, 21 comments)
    9. How do I pick an economist ideology to support? (0 points, 3 comments)
    10. Is investing in Forex worth it? (0 points, 15 comments)
  10. 60 points, 6 submissions: Jollygood156
    1. Why didn't quantitative easing + low interest rates raise inflation high? (20 points, 36 comments)
    2. How do we actually refute MMT? (14 points, 68 comments)
    3. Tax Cuts boost Consumption, but the growth is short term while investments are long term. Why? (12 points, 7 comments)
    4. How exactly are land value taxes calculated? (6 points, 3 comments)
    5. What is Nominal GDP targeting and why do so many people advocate for it? (5 points, 16 comments)
    6. What even is Austerity? (3 points, 3 comments)
  11. 49 points, 1 submission: Akehc99
    1. Those who went into the job market after an Econ Undergrad, what do you do and briefly what does it entail? (49 points, 27 comments)
  12. 48 points, 1 submission: Traveledfarwestward
    1. What do most Economists think about The Economist? (48 points, 26 comments)
  13. 48 points, 1 submission: piltonpfizerwallace
    1. What would happen if the US printed $12.3 trillion tomorrow and paid off all of its debt? (48 points, 31 comments)
  14. 47 points, 6 submissions: lalze123
    1. Will Bernie's "STOP BEZOS" plan lower the opportunity cost of hiring non-poor workers, thereby harming poor workers? (19 points, 15 comments)
    2. What does the current economic literature say about the effects of net neutrality? (14 points, 0 comments)
    3. What government programs have been empirically proven to help displaced workers from import competition? (8 points, 0 comments)
    4. By how much does lowering the budget deficit lower the trade deficit? (5 points, 4 comments)
    5. What are some good studies analyzing the difference in efficiency between markets and central planning? (1 point, 1 comment)
    6. Is the study below reliable? (0 points, 3 comments)
  15. 45 points, 1 submission: gh0bs
    1. Why does the economy have to be a series of bubbles and bursts/corrections, rather than a sustained gradual growth? (45 points, 32 comments)
  16. 42 points, 1 submission: Turnt_Up_For_What
    1. You've just been declared supreme potentate of Venezuela. Now how do you fix the economy? (42 points, 24 comments)
  17. 41 points, 1 submission: Crane_Train
    1. How could Venezuela fix its economy? (41 points, 19 comments)
  18. 41 points, 1 submission: TheHoleInMoi
    1. Are there any papers/solid arguments about the benefits of having more local business as opposed to corporate consolidation? (41 points, 2 comments)
  19. 39 points, 5 submissions: UyhAEqbnp
    1. Does income inequality really matter? (19 points, 39 comments)
    2. What happens when there's a surplus of labour? Can there ever be a point where the wages earned are less than the cost of living? (10 points, 2 comments)
    3. Several questions (4 points, 4 comments)
    4. "Keeping seniors from retiring does not boost wages via aggregate demand" (3 points, 5 comments)
    5. Is Okun's Law valid? (3 points, 3 comments)
  20. 39 points, 4 submissions: justinVOLuntary
    1. Best resource on the financial crisis of 2008 (17 points, 7 comments)
    2. Blogs? (11 points, 5 comments)
    3. Econ Internship (7 points, 5 comments)
    4. Not sure if this is the kind of question I should be asking here. I’m an Undergrad Econ major and I’m looking for reading recommendations. Anything from economic theory, history, current research, etc. Main interest is Macro. Thanks (4 points, 5 comments)
  21. 39 points, 2 submissions: ConditionalDew
    1. How much would the iPhone be if it was made in the US? (37 points, 15 comments)
    2. Who are some famous people/celebrities that were economics majors? (2 points, 2 comments)
  22. 39 points, 1 submission: rangerlinks
    1. Who are the best economist to follow on Twitter? (39 points, 16 comments)
  23. 36 points, 5 submissions: CanadianAsshole1
    1. If free trade is so good, then why do countries insist on making trade deals? Why can't we just abolish all tariffs? (18 points, 11 comments)
    2. If climate change is such a huge problem, then why aren't countries utilizing nuclear energy more? (8 points, 17 comments)
    3. Do I understand the problem with"trickle-down" economics correctly? (6 points, 38 comments)
    4. How much of the Reagan administration's deficits could be attributed to increased defense spending? (3 points, 3 comments)
    5. If automation will result in less jobs, then shouldn't the government stop incentivizing childbirth through tax credits and stop immigration? (1 point, 12 comments)
  24. 35 points, 7 submissions: MedStudent-96
    1. Is my textbook wrong? (11 points, 8 comments)
    2. Quasi-convexity of the Indirect Utility Function? (9 points, 14 comments)
    3. Consumer Demand Interpretation for Cobb Douglas-Non Convex to Origin. (4 points, 6 comments)
    4. Do monopolies produce the same as a competitive firm in the long run? (4 points, 8 comments)
    5. Interpretation of Lagrange Multipliers for Consumer (4 points, 4 comments)
    6. Optimisation when MRTS > price ratio (2 points, 7 comments)
    7. Help with the Partial Derivative of the Marginal Cost Function. (1 point, 10 comments)
  25. 35 points, 1 submission: grate1438
    1. Why do Croatians receieve so much more through their pension than their working wage? (35 points, 8 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. BainCapitalist (2626 points, 648 comments)
  2. Calvo_fairy (947 points, 232 comments)
  3. smalleconomist (885 points, 255 comments)
  4. RobThorpe (776 points, 259 comments)
  5. zzzzz94 (577 points, 111 comments)
  6. Cross_Keynesian (520 points, 108 comments)
  7. Integralds (418 points, 68 comments)
  8. penguin_rider222 (395 points, 116 comments)
  9. whyrat (362 points, 69 comments)
  10. bbqroast (319 points, 74 comments)
  11. MrDannyOcean (314 points, 54 comments)
  12. isntanywhere (207 points, 63 comments)
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Get 2 loans to buy an apartment in Stockholm

Hi,
I moved to Stockholm last year and I intend to stay here for good because I really like the city and the country in general. One thing that I don't like is how freaking hard and expensive it is to rent an apartment here (at least in Stockholm - I heard it's easier in other cities). Anyway, right now I pay 14.000 SEK to rent a 50 m2 apartment 40 minutes from the downtown.
As I said before I have plans to stay in Sweden for good so I intend to get a mortgage and buy my own place and stop paying rent. I know the I will have expenses paying mortgage, but at least I will be spending money on my own apartment.
I learned that house buyers usually need to be able to pay at least 15% of the cost up front, with mortgage providers offering a loan of up to 85% of the value of the property. The problem is: I don't have 15% the cost of the apartment I want to buy up front; the apartments I want to buy cost around 2.000.000 SEK so it means I need to have at least 300.000 SEK.
My question is: is it possible to get a loan in a bank like Forex to get the 300.000 SEK (the first 15%) and then apply for the mortgage in my bank (Swedbank) for the remaining 85%? Before somebody asks, I have a steady job and I know I'm capable of paying both loans (for the initial 15% and the other 85%) just fine. I'm asking because in my home country, when you apply for a loan, the bank first checks if you already have any existing loans with another bank and in case you do, they don't give you a second loan until you pay the first one.
So, how things work here? Is it possible to do what I'm planning?
Thanks in advance.
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Cryptocurrencies, Measuring Inflation by Value "siphoning" not by Supply

This is a follow up to this post:
I have been thinking about inflation and market cap a little bit more. In that post I have debunked the hyperinflation claims nonsense, but it got me thinking about the nature of inflation as probabilistic in nature.
I think the supply size doesn’t even matter at all, all of it is market based, and I tend to view inflation now as rather a vacuum of value or a transfer of value rather than a supply increase.
Simply put the supply is just an arbitrary number it has no value, it only has value in the context of a price. Thus the value of an asset is it’s market cap.

MarketCap based valuation & inflation

The market cap is the ultimate value of an asset, relative to a major currency. This still opens up new cans of worms since it’s all relativistic, to get an absolute value you might want to measure it compared to a basket of major currencies like the Dollar Index, and so on.
But the market cap gives the best valuation of an asset, so let’s just use USD as the benchmark.
The market cap is market based so as the market tends towards efficiency, the price will reflect eventually it’s true value.
However the market cap is still an uncertain valuation technique since it assumes that the hard cap is sacrosanct, which I don’t think it is (derivatives, and forks could extend it, not to mention fractional reserving on exchanges). By the way this applies to fiat currencies too.
As demonstrated in the previous post the 21m hard limit of Bitcoin can be extended to 27m assuming the forks are derivatives of the original coins, which is a stretch but currently it does influence the price of eachother (high correlation) so for now it’s true, later it might not be (the forks might decouple).
So we see that the M1,M2,M3 sort of supply classification is reasonable for cryptocurrencies too, the M1 would be the immediately usable blockchain coins out of which M0 would be personally held ones and M1 the ones on exchanges, the M2 would be the “investments” which are the forks too, as speculators put money in there in hopes of them going up in price and of course the savings and lending schemes in many Bitcoin based businesses, and the M3 would be the derivative tokens (like Ethereum’s tokens and Bitcoin’s colored coins) and leverage (many exchanges are allegedly operating on fractional reserves) and so forth.
Now the thing I observed and this made me think about it, is that many new cryptocurrencies are essentially worthless. So what stops people from creating millions of new ones a day? Nothing since it cost’s almost nothing except the minimal electricity and mining operation setup. So perhaps a couple of dollars of hosting and electricity costs to setup a new one, not totally free, but anyone can essentially create millions of new ones.
So what stops the hyperinflation? As pointed out in the other post that the inflation is not in the supply but in the market cap.
So if you create “XYZ coin” with 1 trillion supply but a market cap of only 1$ and a price of 1E-12 . You haven’t created an inflation of 4,762,004.76% to Bitcoin for example.
You have only created an inflation of 1$ worth, that is “stealing” away 1$ worth of value from Bitcoin as you transferred that value from Bitcoin into your worthless coin. You have only created an inflation of 0.00000000063464788980% to Bitcoin.
Also the value doesn’t come out of thin air, you didn’t just print up that 1$ out of nowhere, you had to put in at least that amount of effort into coding your new currency and setting up the web servers and so on.
So inflation is not supply based, it’s value based. And this holds true for fiat as well.

MarketCap Misleading

Now in cryptocurrencies market cap is misleading sometimes. Some exchanges have a minimum price of 1 satoshi. So of course if XYZ coin will have an 1 tn supply it may look like it’s worth a lot , in this case 10,000 $, but we know your XYZ coins is not worth that, so it’s misleading.
Now of course the orders won’t be executed at 1 satoshi, there is no way to create value out of nothing, most of these worthless coins won’t even have a Bid wall, only desperate people trying to sell all of it at 1 satoshi but no buyers, thus the coin may be worth 0 or between 0 and 1 satoshi. If the resolution of the price would be higher ,I am sure the market would find a suitable price for it in that range.
Either way you won’t be able to steal value out of the coin. Printing money simply doesn’t create wealth.

Volume & Probability based inflation

So then what to do with these situations? And by the way fiat currency can be mispriced like this due to capital controls and other regulatory barriers. So simply multiplying the M3 of the EUR with it’s EUUSD price won’t give it’s value.
So I thought an even more accurate way to look at inflation is the volume itself. I mean the dormant coins have no inflationary effect.
For instance Satoshi lost 1 million coins allegedly, now we can’t know for sure,but given that the coins haven’t been moved in almost a decade the probability is high.
So we can just assign a probability to that. Say 90% probability that the coins will never be moved. Okay then that is a -900,000 supply for Bitcoin. Similarly many people lost their wallets and will continue to do so, so the usable supply is shrinking.
So the best metric is to look at the money velocity or the transaction volume, say in a year. That can be a good metric. Some research is needed on this.
Now this gets complicated because we also need to add in the transaction volume on the chain and the transaction volume off chain, like exchanges. As 3rd party middleman do a lot of inhouse micro-transactions.
But basically the big picture can be seen on the transaction volume.
So the most important metric of Bitcoin is the transaction value in BTC, which can be seen here:
As you can see it’s pretty stagnant and stable, I my opinion this is the true metric of inflation of Bitcoin, because this reflects how much coins are active and dormant.
By definition dormant coins are not sold, this not increasing the coins in circulation, so they can’t siphon off value from Bitcoin by increasing it’s tradeable supply.
Thus Bitcoin has a maximum 0.85% “siphon” rate/ day, correlated with it’s true inflation which could be estimated by observing this, removing duplicate transactions and estimating the sell activity on exchanges to be more precise.

M3 & Conclusion

So it’s kind of ironic but I think the FED is right when they say that M3 doesn’t affect inflation that much. They have removed the M3 data in 2006 from their website which I don’t like due to transparency reasons, but they are right in saying that M3 doesn’t affect inflation that much.
I am not saying Keynesian economics gives a perfect answer I am just saying that hard limits aren’t entirely correct either.
Besides the USD M3 can be easily reconstructed and estimated and it really shows not much impact on inflation.
So this concept can be extended to fiat currency too, we know the volumes of Forex markets, at least at the central hubs which are reported by the World Bank periodically, so we could estimate the value of fiat currencies based on their transaction volumes on Forex markets.
This should be a much better approach than silly CPI indices.
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[uncensored-r/CryptoCurrency] Genesis Vision and why this is one of the most promising projects of 2018 that no one is talking ...

The following post by IAmThe_ParTY is being replicated because some comments within the post(but not the post itself) have been openly removed.
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Genesis Vision, the platform with a spectacular team and advisory board, low coin supply, entering a market valued over 70 trillion dollars adding full transparency for investors!
Current price: $ 21.14 USD Market cap: $ 78 million USD Circulating supply: 3.7 million GVT Total supply: 4.4 million GVT
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Basic information (1) Genesis Vision is going after an industry that has never been transparent; asset/trust management. Traditional trust management systems are a black box to potential investors. In any event, investors transfer money to a financial manager and then wait to receive profits. They receive a statistic on the use of their assets and the financial manager's performance, but investors have essentially no way to verify this information. Too often, the real situation is understood when the money can no longer be returned. A large number of fraudulent conducts in the trust management market was detected in recent years.
(2) The natural reaction for this situation was tightening the regulations in this sphere. This leads to serious limitations on the potential of market participants and lack of usability. However the global asset market is growing, the amount of funds in management was more than 71 trillion dollars in 2015.
(3) Genesis Vision is a platform (GVP) for the private trust management market, built on blockchain technology and smart contracts. It unites exchanges, brokers, traders, and investors into a decentralized network, making the financial market more global and transparent. They believe that implementation of blockchain will allow the trust management market to achieve transparency and efficiency on the technological level.
In the trust management there are three participants in the market:
  • The Investor, transfers funds to experienced traders who manage their funds.
  • The Manager, a trader or company who trades for investors. They receive a commision from the profit.
  • The Brokers, companies that have the appropriate licenses to carry out brokerage activities. Through brokers, traders have access to trading financial instruments on exchange and over-the-counter markets.
The GVP works as follows; Each manager in the Genesis Vision network has his own cryptocurrency. The process of transferring funds to the manager is carried out by buying a manager's cryptocurrency on the internal exchange. From the manager’s point of view, the trade process will not change. The trader will continue to operate on the exchange or through a broker. Genesis Vision, in turn, represents a common open source of reliable information about the statistics of the network participants' activities and a transparent system of investment and profit distribution, built on smart contracts.
Some advantages for Investors: Investors have access to managers from all over the world; Profit distribution is completely transparent and open; There is better availability of investment portfolios(high-risk, low-risk, etc.); All managers have a real trading history that cannot be faked.
Some advantages for managers: Attract investors from any country; Transparency and fairness of report construction guarantees fair competition between all managers; There is increased investor confidence; Opportunities for promoting your own trading strategy to attract more investors; Managers issue their own branded cryptocurrency.
Some advantages for brokers: Brokers have an opportunity to attract investors from all over the world; Brokers have the right to do any marketing; The system does not require any information about the broker's client base.
Use of Genesis Vision Token (GVT) GVT is a currency of the Genesis Vision Platform and will be used for all investment operations and profit distributions. The platform is the place where investors can purchase and sell managers’ coins. Managers have a limited amount of coins, which depends on their level. Initially, these coins can only be purchased directly from the manager for a fixed price. Afterwards, they can be freely traded among the investors on the internal exchange. In this case, investors determine the price based on supply and demand.
The cost of these coins will depend on the success of a manager’s trading because the manager’s profitable trading makes his/her coins "profitable." So investors want to get a higher price for the coin. This method has several advantages over the traditional scheme of transferring money to a manager’s account: The manager's coin itself is an asset; At any time, the investor can transfesell this cryptocurrency on the internal exchange; The user buys “tangible” coins and can be cashed at any time. When investors purchase coins, GVTs are transferred to a broker's account, where they are converted to required currency and transferred to a manager's trading account. Coin holders receive part of the manager's profits, according to their share, minus the manager's commission and fee. The GVT will be used for all investment operations, profit distributions, and managers’ token trading on the internal exchange.
Token distribution 40%: Development, Support; 30%: Marketing; 15%: Integration, servers, connectivity, auditing; 10%: Legal 5%: Other.
Connecting a Broker The owner of the trading platform needs to install the Genesis Vision software, which is free and distributed with an open license.
Company, Team & Investors The project started on November 20, 2016, when Ruslan Kamenskiy and Dmitry Nazarov won the HackRussia hackathon in the nomination “Finance and Blockchain” with the Genesis Vision project.
At the beginning of 2017, Alexey Kutsenko, CEO of Tools For Brokers joined the team. His fintech company has been operating on the market for eight years and has more than 300 brokers as clients. Alexey helps elaborate strategy for entering the market and manages details of Genesis Vision’s trust management solution.
(4) In total, the project has 10 team members and 14 advisors.
CEO: Ruslan Kamenskiy, 7+ years financial software developer. He developed a trading system for the stock exchange “Saint Petersburg”, was head of the software department of a financial broker company, and implemented HFT strategies for the hedge fund.
(5) CTO: Dmitry Nazarov, 6+ years software developer in international financial organizations, among them are a brokerage company, a stock exchange, and an UK-based foreign exchange company.
(6)Technical lead: Casimir Compaore, 10+ years of development experience, especially in the field of data science. He worked as an Information Technology Officer at African Union Commission and has experience in ASP.NET, Agile/Lean development and is a Microsoft Certified Professional Developer.
(7)Partnerships Tools for Brokers Inc, develops technological solutions for Forex brokers operating on the stock and currency markets since 2009. (8)
Roadmap (1) - 2018 M4: Genesis Vision Alpha finished: Blockchain platform, Integration MetaTrader 4, Client App Alpha, Marketing for attracting partners’ brokers - 2018 M5: Integration MetaTrader 5 - 2018 M7: Integration Fix/Fast - 2018 M9: Genesis Vision Beta finished: Blockchain platform, Integration Crypto Exchange, Client App web - 2018 M11: Client App Mobile Beta - 2019 M1: Genesis Vision V 1.0: Blockchain platform, Stock exchange integration, Mobile and web app, Campaign to attract brokers. - 2019 M2: Campaign to attract managers and investors. - 2019 M7: Client app backoffice for brokers - 2020 M1: Genesis Vision V2.0: Blockchain platform, Bank integration, Mobile and web app
Sources (1): https://genesis.vision/white-paper-eng.pdf (2): http://www.financemagnates.com/forex/regulation/30-million-forex-ponzi-scheme-unveiled/ (3): http://www.agefi.fsites/agefi.ffiles/fichiers/2016/07/bcg-doubling-down-on-data-july-2016_tcm80-2113701.pdf (4): https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexey-kutsenko-59237b78/ (5): https://www.linkedin.com/in/ruslan-kamenskiy/ (6): https://www.linkedin.com/in/dmitry-nazarov-01b382105/ (7): https://www.linkedin.com/in/casimircompaore/ (8): http://www.t4b.com/
Source: Wolfpack research group
Edit: community built website for added information
GVT community
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