3 Burst results for "About Four Hundred Eighty Eight Million"

"about four hundred eighty eight million" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

The Breakdown with NLW

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"about four hundred eighty eight million" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

"It's not. That sailors type of conviction is an important. We discussed here a few weeks ago. How part of. What got paul tudor. Jones in the first place is that eighty six percent of hodler didn't sell when the market crashed around cove. Nineteen shutdowns in fact. That's the argument that he used to stand druckenmiller to get him involved. But when it comes to seeing an investment approach the one can take on in their own portfolio or the portfolio of the funds are treasuries. They manage something like a five percent. Allocation is a whole lot more doable by the way for those keeping track. The discussion of what. The right percentage hedges has gone up a lot over the last couple of years. Remember tomasz one percent for schmuck insurance p j just five x that now. There was one section that many. Bitcoin is cringed at when asked about bitcoin. Mining jones said that if he were king he would stop all bitcoin mining and make everyone figured out at the supply level at the same time he did point out. The gold mining consumes more energy. But to be honest it felt like a cancer where he had to make nice with environmental concerns. I think that take would be bolstered by the fact that he quickly changed topics back to the fed without allowing for a follow up question then again he might have just made his investment these. Bitcoin stopped caring too much about the specifics of network security and moved on either way. I pointed out just as a reminder to always take everyone for their full complexity lest we lionize and valorize too much meanwhile as all of this was happening. Bitcoin was charging back up over. Forty thousand dollars was this driven. By paul tudor jones. He might have provided a bit of momentum but there were other factors that people cited as well speaking of lionising an over valorising people. Ilan was back yesterday. When coin telegraph published an article where someone accused him of pumping and dumping. He responded to the tweet. Saying this is an accurate tesla. Only sold about ten percent of holdings to confirm could be liquidated easily without moving the market when there's confirmation of reasonable about fifty percent clean energy usage by minors with positive future trend. Tesla will resume allowing bitcoin transactions so at the risk of giving ilan more airtime. I actually think this is worth noting. In general people respond to and frankly need simple heuristic heuristic being shorthand for how to think about the world around them particularly in domains that they don't know that much about musk. Aided by sailor have now set up an infrastructure for credible bitcoin energy reporting as well as a so far unofficial target. What i mean by credible in this case is that the one thing the bitcoin council participants were clear on the only thing. They fully agreed to better reporting standards around energy consumption reporting standards that while starting north america could be easily exported or voluntarily adopted by other miners around the world. Get a big enough percentage of hash power. All with voluntary disclosures of energy mix based on shared standards. And all of a sudden. We're no longer in a world where energy debates revolve around cherry picking one study versus another's estimates of the global energy mix. You have the gold standard pun. Intended of information on how much bitcoin is mind with. What type of energy slap on top of that a. Hey we did it. Number like fifty percent. And what you're setting up for is a credible clean energy narrative for bitcoin to be clear when i say credible what i actually should say is believable particularly to the market and other people who don't care much one or another believability by the middle not the people who hate bitcoin no matter what the people who love bitcoin no matter what is the metric of success at least in this estimating. Let's keep seeing how it plays out. But i think the approach is getting clearer. Speaking of michael sailor micro strategy is just completed another debt sale with which it intends to buy. Bitcoin originally at set out to sell four hundred million in debt. They ended up selling five hundred million of which they intend to buy bitcoin with about four hundred eighty eight million. If you're looking for other factors that could be pressuring the market up right now. That's one to watch still to me. Sailors most interesting tweet of the weekend was about lebanon after the latest crash. The lebanese pound has seen a roughly ninety percent decrease in its purchasing power. Since breaking its peg against the dollar. A couple years ago i did a primer on this in april of last year and it seems like it's about time for an update in other parts of the market. Optimism is growing tap route. One of the most significant upgrades to bitcoin years. That has implications for privacy scale ability security and more has above ninety percent threshold of minor signaling support for it to move into its activation phase in the wake of el salvador's moves last week. The president of tanzania has told her central bank to start preparing for the broader adoption of crypto currency in the world and to look out for opportunities around economic development mark. Cuban is using blog post that read like open letters to urge regulators to get behind decentralized finance which he called quote the next great growth engine that this country needs all in all kind of a heck of a way to start the week. I'm excited to see what happens next. And i appreciate you hanging out as that happens until tomorrow guys be safe and take care of each other piece..

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"about four hundred eighty eight million" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"about four hundred eighty eight million" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"At the market basket off ever to have with her boyfriend last Friday she's blinded her boyfriend is visually impaired their guide dog atlas was with them when they were trying to leave they dialed up not one but four overs they were denied service understandably upset about it they've now filed a complaint with the uber and I think once the driver to fully understand the importance of service animals and the role that they play for persons with disabilities I think that and that's when the real change can happen responded saying drivers who use their rapid no they cannot refuse riders with service animals Serra boyfriend wound up getting a lift who did accommodate in Chelsea Jim McKay WBZ Boston's newsradio twelve oh six we're getting new numbers today from the state's gaming commission about our three casinos last month those three casinos took in about seventy eight million dollars in gross revenue encore Boston Harbor in every taking in the line shared about forty six million and Jim Springfield next with just over twenty one million and playing bridge park came in with about eleven only comes to taxes Massachusetts gets about eleven and a half million from encore from both playing region MGM just about five million and change date the commission says the state has collected just about four hundred eighty eight million dollars in total taxes and assessments from those three facilities since they opened up their doors twelve AU seven out to California now investigators still trying to figure out why a sixteen year old boy walked into a school and opened fire killing two students and leaving three others hurt at point Santa Clarita then turned the gun on himself ABC's Matt Gutman spoke with some students who say they've been concerned a day like this would come for years seventeen year old hating Trowbridge told us he'd been drilling this with his parents since he was four years old this.

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"about four hundred eighty eight million" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:00 min | 3 years ago

"about four hundred eighty eight million" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Wisconsin nine hundred forty nine degrees on our way to a very very nice green day in Wisconsin. Seems like we've tapped into the good weather now, we're we're the snow's gone. We're getting some sunshine flowers are blooming. My daffodils are almost up speaking of flowering duties to my left any Schwartz. How are you? I'm good little a little thing in my in my throat, but you know, what you were kind enough. I think I think that our think you're you're listening to know this that you prepared me, a simply lovely charging CHAI tea. Do this morning is also lovely that. I made myself. To I I don't don't don't take away. So it's a couple of people have conversation. Enjoying a couple of nights. Chai? Teas absolutely at Jordan's twenty fifth birthday minutes. Something twenty-five member what you were doing when you're at twenty five where do we want to talk about good memories? Yeah. I was living in Washington DC. Very nice. Oh my gosh. What are you doing in DC? It was I was working for a newsletter called the for the council on hemispheric affairs, speak Spanish and English the same. So I went there, and I worked up work for that newsletter. That was so we're talking about nine hundred eighty five and that was when there was the first real sweeping immigration law that was coming through through the legislature. It was the Simpson was only Bill, and it's when they first introduced the H two guest worker program and all those kinds of issues and I- Washington DC when you are what's the first place you've been out of since college. I was living there it was. It was the dream. It was the Reagan administration. So everything was very if you went to a party, it was very fancy, and it was all over the top. And I'm trying to tell people what DC's like if you've never been there. The the the grandeur of the buildings just on their own just the size of the billions a lot of stone personally have the mall, which is kind of the centerpiece. Right. And framed by the White House to the north and east the capitol building to the west the Lincoln Memorial it. It is amazing. What it looks like and feels like, and it's not a cheap place to live. And I don't know if that's the reason you left us leasing I love San Francisco around the same time because it was just so expensive to live in these big cities. No, I left to actually move to New York to take a take another job. But I love DC then, but it has nothing like the DC now. So when I went back, I think I had been going for twenty years or something. And then when I finally went back after that long time, I didn't even recognize it. I mean, some I asked a friend. I said what are we going to go in and have? Dinner. She said, obviously, great places over on fourteenth street, and I said really near the product is that what they go. And she said, oh, Anna, she said, this is you have really been away a long time. She said fourteenth street is is like, you know, Times Square post Disney. Now, it is. It's just great restaurants, and very vibrant. And you mentioned restaurants there. We gotta talk about Joe Bartolotta. I knew a little bit just from going to restaurants, which were amazing and got get about twentieth. If you count them an animal up. I'm sure that you've met him on occasion, probably aided his restaurants. Your your thoughts about. Far too young sixty years old. I knew him. Well, his sister is the one who introduced Mark. And I and and he always loved that story. My memory of Joe Bartolotta is not a food memory though. It's a memory of there was a very unflattering article that came out with me once upon a time, I know tough to believe what the Google, I'm please, don't I beg you make it. So right now here, all right? But I I was I was in Barras in, you know, and I met a friend out that night Frederick at Bacchus, and we were sitting at the bar, and Joe came over to me, and he said, just the, you know, because you know, when this happens to you, you think the whole world talking about it, so busy with their own stuff, honest to God, they really don't care about you. But I thought, you know, everybody everybody was kind of giving you decide I and Joe said, you know, any he said. No one and nothing is ever what it seems to be. And he said, and then we shared a very personal conversation about something. And it was it was a moment for me. I'll never never forget it. I've I've seen him through the years certainly knew no, Jennifer, it's a it's a loss. It's a it's a real loss for for this community, not just in a culinary sense. Look how much I was very involved Carolina. The charity that he started. I believe as an offshoot of the of the restaurant business has done so much. I remember once I wish I wanted. I called up a Jennifer Jo, and I said, I'm kinda down coming get together for coffee, and she said great, I'll pick you up. I so she picked me up and took me to St. Marcus school where they were feeding. They were making food before people that didn't have enough enough to eat. And she said, and he said the same thing. This is what you do when you're all into yourself and your feeling and your feeling down you go and you do for someone else. That's that's the essence of Joe Bartolotta. So he will be missed. And of course, has restaurants will go on and his legacy you go on because of what you just said, he he's one of those people that understood it was more than just about yourself is about the community as well. So we both mourned the passing of Joe Bartolotta just an icon in Milwaukee and Schwartz joining in studio after the break, speaking of young people twenty four years old. I think he's worth about four hundred eighty eight million dollars or something like that. Now that Georgy that's not have been nicer Jordan's got about four hundred eighty eight dollars. We'll tell you that story after the.

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