What Value does Tether Have?

Tether is a stablecoin. To explain, a stablecoin is a cryptocurrency that contains a smart contract linked to a trust account. A smart contract is an algorithm; or digital robot, that performs a specific act. When you make a USDT purchase, the Tether smart contract releases one $1 in US currency to the merchant.

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Bankex Launches MainWallet For Telegram With 5,000 Users

With MainWallet’s release, Bankex Group is enabling 200 million users of the popular Telegram messenger to send money, pay for goods and services, place bets, and get paid via simple Telegram messages. The name of the product – MainWallet – reflects a degree of irony by Bankex Group development team, as anyone with a Telegram nickname automatically has access to Bankex Group fintech platform and therefore has a “wallet.” This makes this wallet “main” – there is no software to download, and no additional registrations.

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What Value does the ThunderCore Scalable Blockchain Have?

Interestingly, ThunderCore claims its MainNet offers high TPS, and it is now live and ready to build on. In particular, claims its blockchain can process over 1,200 transactions per second.   However, ThunderCore’s Timeline states it will not start processing 1,000 TPS until 4th Quarter 2019. Moreover, the full ThunderCore may not launch a Full Node until 1st Quarter 2020. Plus multiple ThunderCore blockchains will not be available until 2nd Quarter 2021.

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Is a Goldman Sachs Cryptocurrency Coming?

Given these circumstances, I think there could be a strong market for Goldman Sachs stablecoins. Additionally, a launch of several stablecoins, each pegged to a popular currency, could be a smart move for Goldman Sachs. I think there could be a big market for a Euro stablecoin, for instance. To explain, I believe people will buy a Euro stablecoin as a dollar alternative. Many Americans and Latin Americans do not trust the US dollar.

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Can Self-Driving Cars Save Tesla?

Musk is betting that he can drive sales and profitability with a new chip that will give Tesla vehicles a full-self-driving (FSD) capability, TechCrunch reports.   Notably, Tesla plans to charge car buyers an additional $6,000 for FSD vehicles. Tesla needs the additional income because it reported a -$521.83 operating loss and a -$702.13 net loss for the quarter ending on 3 March 2019.   In addition, an FSD capacity could increase demand for Tesla vehicles from high profit fleet buyers. Fleet buyers include car-rental companies, tax companies, ride-hailing services like Uber (NASDAQ: UBER), and government motor pool.   Such large volume buyers could make the Tesla Model 3 and Model Y profitable. A rental car company might want an FSD vehicle that drives back to its garage after dropping off a customer, for instance.

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Will the JPMorgan Chase Cryptocurrency have any Value?

My guess is that JPMorgan Chase is experimenting with cryptocurrency out of fear of tech companies. I think tech companies like PayPal (NASDAQ: PYPL), Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL), Alphabet (NASDAQ: GOOG), and Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) are among Chase’s most dangerous competitors. To explain, each of those companies offers financial services in direct competition with JPMorgan Chase. You can you can use PayPal, Apple Pay, or Google Pay instead of your Chase Visa card at the cash register, for instance. In addition, you can access your Chase bank or Visa account through PayPal, Google Pay, or Apple Pay. Thus, we are living a world where a financial institution is just another app on your phone. We now have entire generations who think of a bank as an app rather than a physical building. In countries like China most people have never used a physical bank. Meanwhile, the only banking institution most Americans regularly visit it the ATM. That situation helps Chase and other monster banks because it involves no personal relationships.

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