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  • Trump’s Immigration Crackdown Supercharged By Supreme Court Ruling And ‘Art Of The Deal’ With Mexico
    Trump's Immigration Crackdown Supercharged By Supreme Court Ruling And 'Art Of The Deal' With Mexico President Trump's immigration policies - most which have been virtually neutered by liberal activist judges - are finally starting to gain traction thanks to a Wednesday ruling by the Supreme Court, and several months of action on the part of the Mexican government, according to AFP As we noted on MondayUS immigration authorities have arrested 60% fewer people since May - when 130,000 were apprehended. And while hot weather contributed to the precipitous drop, the Mexican government has taken serious action to stop the northward flow of migrants seeking asylum in the United States.  "The government of Mexico has taken meaningful and unprecedented steps to help curb the flow of illegal immigration to our ...
    ZeroHedge
    2 days ago
  • ICON (ICX) gets listed on Kraken exchange
    ICON (ICX) gets listed on Kraken exchange - CryptoNinjas Kraken, the bitcoin and crypto exchange company, today listed native token of ICON (ICX), a South Korea-based blockchain project. Markets available will be: ICX/USD, ICX/EUR, ICX/XBT, and ICX/ETH. ICON aims to be an interoperable blockchain on which multiple industries and business types can coexist on a single network. ICON ICON’s enterprise blockchain implementation, loopchain, is […] ICON (ICX) gets listed on Kraken exchange - CryptoNinjas ...
    CryptoNinjas
    3 days ago
  • Thiel-Linked Silicon Valley VC Fund Probed By Feds
    Thiel-Linked Silicon Valley VC Fund Probed By Feds Federal investigators, including the FBI, have been probing the 'conduct and practices' of Mithril Capital - the Austin, Texas-based venture capital firm co-founded by billionaire Peter Thiel in 2012, according to Recode - whose dramatic conclusion is that the investigation "threatens to destabilize the world of Thiel."  Peter Thiel Whether that's true remains to be seen, as Thiel "who has personally given a total of $300 million to the firm" is "tied to Mithril by reputation," and "is not involved in Mithril's day-to-day operations," according to the report. In other words, Thiel's name and money are attached to the firm and its $1.3 billion in AUM - but that's about it.  Ajay Royan At the heart of the investigation is whether ...
    ZeroHedge
    3 days ago
  • Looking For The Next Amazon? Here’s Why That Unicorn Probably Won’t Be
    One of the traits of the current bull market has been runaway valuations of tech unicorns, resulting in expensive initial public offerings of unprofitable companies.... The post Looking For The Next Amazon? Here’s Why That Unicorn Probably Won’t Be appeared first on ValueWalk. ...
    ValueWalk
    3 days ago
  • NASAA Enforcement Yields $1 Billion in 2018, ICOs Included
    The NASAA revealed that more than 130 new cryptocurrency-related cases are being actively investigated. ...
    FinanceMagnates
    4 days ago
  • Chinese Police Reportedly Close Office of ICO Startup
    Chinese police reportedly closed the offices of local initial coin offering startup GXChain. The offices of Chinese initial coin offering (ICO) startup GXChain have reportedly been closed by the local police.On Sept. 11, Dovey Wan — founding partner of blockchain-based investment company Primitive Ventures — tweeted a photo of an office taped closed (presumably by Chinese police) and announced that GXChain “got clamped down by the Chinese police.” She also said that she believes the project to be notable and legitimate:“GXChain was a very hot ICO back in the days with ATH market cap over $600M (even now still holds $48M) and considered to be among the very few legit ICOs.”Photo of sealed office. Source: Dovey Wan TweetGXChain’s business model a possible reasonIn a subsequent tweet, Wan also suggests that the field in which the startup operates — selling ...
    CoinTelegraph
    4 days ago
  • Meniga partners Credito Agricola on new banking app
    Meniga, the global leader in digital banking solutions, has partnered with Portuguese national finan ...
    Finextra
    4 days ago
  • Strengthened Canada And Mexico Partnership
    Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada, on leveraging the multiplier effects of bilateral and multilateral alliances What are the key areas of bilateral cooperation enshrined... The post Strengthened Canada And Mexico Partnership appeared first on ValueWalk. ...
    ValueWalk
    5 days ago
  • Mexico eyes sales tax on digital businesses to boost revenue
    Mexico is in talks to extend a sales tax to foreign online businesses so that they pay their fair share to Latin America's second biggest economy, the government said on Monday, in a move that could affect companies like Amazon.com Inc, Uber Technologies Inc and Airbnb Inc. ...
    Reuters
    6 days ago
  • U.S. tech firms tell Congress: Pass U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade pact now
    Eleven trade groups on Monday urged U.S. lawmakers to pass the U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade agreement as soon as possible but warned Congress not to let the Trump administration change the thresholds for duty-free shipments into the United States. ...
    Reuters
    6 days ago
  • Mexico in talks with digital platforms about taxes: minister
    Mexican Finance Minister Arturo Herrera said on Monday that his government is in talks with digital platforms about taxes, aiming to ensure that all corporations pay their share. ...
    Reuters
    6 days ago
  • China Telecom, Unicom will team up to build 5G network
    Two of China's big three state telecom companies, China Telecom and China Unicom, are working together to build a 5G mobile network in a cost-cutting venture that could crimp orders for vendors such as Huawei Technologies. ...
    Reuters
    6 days ago
  • Silicon Valley’s ‘Neoliberal Takeover Of The Human Body’ To Supercharge Spending
    Silicon Valley's 'Neoliberal Takeover Of The Human Body' To Supercharge Spending Thanks to advances in biometric payment technologies and ultra-slick payment systems, Silicon Valley has made it incredibly convenient to shop, pay for, and consume just about anything; and it's about to get easier, according to MarketWatch's Quentin Fottrell.  In the last decade, we've gone from physical credit cards to biometric mobile wallets - allowing people to store payment data in smartphones, watches, smart glasses and other devices. Now, these 'last physical barriers' are about to be supplanted by facial recognition.  "The deeper the tie between the human body and the financial networks, the fewer intimate spaces will be left unconnected to those networks," said Aram Sinnreich, associate professor of communication studies at American University and ...
    ZeroHedge
    7 days ago
  • Are We Going Through a Post-ICO Bitcoin Bubble Market? Here’s What Analysts are Saying
    While the Bitcoin price continues to show heavy fluctuations, the factors behind it continue to be debated and delved upon. Be it the Bakkt launch, US-China trade wars, or spike in CME futures, there are several schools of thoughts when it comes to predicting Bitcoin price trends. Paving Way for A Bitcoin Bull Market When […] ...
    BitcoinWarrior
    7 days ago
  • How Celsius Turned Its Crypto ICO Into a Billion-Dollar Lending Business
    Lending startup Celsius went from a $50 million token sale to $1 billion in crypto deposits. ...
    CoinDesk
    1 week ago
  • Bitcoin Bull John McAfee Responds to $100M ‘Zombie ICO’ Lawsuit
    Bitcoin bull John McAfee wants to resolve his dispute with the South China Zombie Research Centre over their "zombie ICO" partnership. China Zombie threatened to file a $100 million lawsuit against McAfee. In an angry tweetstorm, China Zombie claims McAfee trashed them in a white paper they had hired him to write to promote their […] The post Bitcoin Bull John McAfee Responds to $100M 'Zombie ICO' Lawsuit appeared first on CCN Markets ...
    CryptoCoinsNews
    1 week ago
  • The Dismal Performance Of “Super Unicorns”
    Whitney Tilson’s email to investors discussing the dismal performance of “super unicorns”; WeWork weighs slashing its valuation and its CEO returns $5.9 million; MiMedx battle; The end appears to be near for Mallinckrodt. super unicornsmohamed_hassan / Pixabay 1) My colleague Enrique Abeyta shares my skepticism of WeWork (oops, I mean “The We Company”) and whether there will be enough suckers (oops, I mean “investors”) to allow it to go public. To help answer this question, he shared a cool piece of analysis with me: Get The Full Warren Buffett Series in PDF Get the entire 10-part series on Warren Buffett in PDF. Save it to your desktop, read it on your tablet, or email to your colleagues ...
    ValueWalk
    1 week ago
  • Vanbex Sells IP Amid Criminal Probe Into $22 Million ICO
    Vanbex, a Canadian blockchain firm mired in a criminal investigation, has sold its intellectual property to crypto brokerage Hyperion. ...
    CoinDesk
    1 week ago
  • SEC’s Overstock’s ICO Probe ‘Dormant’ Since Late 2018, CEO Says
    The SEC has not requested Overstock for information within the ongoing probe since December 2018, interim CEO says. Patrick Byrne’s exit from Overstock has nothing to do with the allegedly ongoing regulatory investigation, the firm’s interim CEO said.No requests since December 2018Overstock’s interim CEO Jonathan Johnson claimed that the alleged probe by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) appears to be “almost dormant” to date as the authority has not asked on the matter since December 2018, Fox Business reported on Sept. 3.Johnson clarified that Overstock has not had requests for information from the SEC’s enforcement division for almost a year, adding that the company spent a “king’s ransom to process their requests for information to put this to bed.”SEC gives no clarity againAccording to the report, Johnson met with SEC officials in late June to put ...
    CoinTelegraph
    1 week ago
  • Concho Resources to sell New Mexico assets for $925 million, to launch $1.5 billion buyback program
    Concho Resources Inc. said Tuesday it has agreed to sell its assets in the New Mexico Shelf to an affiliate of Spur Energy Partners LLC for $925 million. At the same time, the company's board has approved a share buyback program of up to $1.5 billion. The assets for sale include about 100,000 gross acres that produce about 25 thousand barrels of oil equivalent a day. Proceeds of the sale will be used to pay down debt and fund the share buybacks. The deal is expected to close in November. Shares rose 1.2% premarket, but have fallen 28.8% in 2019, while the S&P 500 has gained 16.7%. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news. ...
    MarketWatch
    2 weeks ago
  • ICO that Raised $37M in 18 minutes – Monetha – Passes Legal Audit on White Paper Commitments with Flying Colours
    The post ICO that Raised $37M in 18 minutes – Monetha – Passes Legal Audit on White Paper Commitments with Flying Colours written by Richard Kastelein appeared first on Blockchain News - Blockchain News and Opinion - Security and Utility Tokens, Tokenomics, Cryptoeconomics Monetha, the company that raised $37M in 18 minutes during its ICO, has just released the results of a legal analysis comparing the project described in the white paper and the actual services the company offers today Monetha is among the first of post-ICO companies to initiate such an evaluation, carried out by the Swiss […] The post ICO that Raised $37M in 18 minutes – Monetha – Passes Legal Audit on White Paper Commitments with Flying Colours written by Richard Kastelein appeared first on Blockchain News - Blockchain News and Opinion - Security and Utility Tokens, ...
    The-blockchain
    2 weeks ago
  • The Real “Helicopter Money”: Since 2009, China Has Created $21 Trillion Of New Money, More Than Double The US
    Back in the days of the Fed's QE, much of thinking analyst world (the non-thinking segment would merely accept everything that the Fed did without question, after all their livelihood depended on it), was focused on how massive, and shocking, the Fed's direct intervention in capital markets had become. And while that was certainly true, what we showed back in November 2013 in "Chart Of The Day: How China's Stunning $15 Trillion In New Liquidity Blew Bernanke's QE Out Of The Water" is that whereas the Fed had injected some $2.5 trillion in liquidity in the US banking system, China had blown the US central bank out of the water, with no less than $15 trillion in increases to Chinese bank assets, all at the behest of a juggernaut of new credit creation - be it new yuan loans, shadow ...
    ZeroHedge
    2 weeks ago
  • Italian Government Agency to Regulate ICOs and Cryptocurrency Startups
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    CoinIIdol
    2 weeks ago
  • Google to pay up to $200 million to FTC on YouTube probe: Politico
    Alphabet Inc's Google will pay in the range of $150 million to $200 million to settle the Federal Trade Commission's investigation into YouTube's alleged violation of a certain children's privacy law, Politico reported on Friday. ...
    Reuters
    2 weeks ago
  • Bitcoin Political Committee Starts ICO to Support House Candidate
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    CoinIIdol
    2 weeks ago
  • Inside Amazon And Silicon Valley’s JEDI Mind Trick On The Pentagon
    Over the past three years, the Department of Defense (DoD) acquiesced to an aggressive lobbying campaign by Silicon Valley to move its hodge-podge of incompatible databases to the cloud in order to standardize and streamline data in a system that uses machine learning to improve efficiency.  The $10 billion, decade-long contract - known as the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure, or JEDI, came to fruition after Silicon Valley's top players convinced a reluctant then-Secretary of Defense James Mattis to make the jump into the cloud.  Last week, ProPublica published an in-depth report from behind the scenes - noting the revolving doors and conflicts of interest which have made JEDI's origins all the more controversial. What’s happened at the Pentagon extends past the JEDI contract. It’s a story of how some ...
    ZeroHedge
    2 weeks ago
  • Bitqyck ICO Operators Fined $10 Million to Settle SEC Charges
    Bitqyck sold two digital tokens, Bitqy and BitqyM, to US investors without registering their illegal $13 million offering. ...
    FinanceMagnates
    2 weeks ago
  • Goldman Sachs, Point72 and others invest $42 million in Mexico’s Credijusto
    Goldman Sachs Group Inc, Point72 Ventures and others invested $42 million in a Mexico-based online lender called Credijusto.com, the companies said on Thursday. ...
    Reuters
    2 weeks ago
  • Bitwala brings mobile Bicoin banking to Germany
    For the first time, mobile users can open a German bank account with an integrated bitcoin wallet an ...
    Finextra
    2 weeks ago
  • Goldman Sachs, Point72 and others invest $40 million in Mexico’s Credijusto
    Goldman Sachs Group Inc, Point72 Ventures and others invested $40 million in a Mexico-based online lender called Credijusto.com, the companies said on Thursday. ...
    Reuters
    2 weeks ago
  • Storm named Dorian has strengthened to a hurricane as it heads toward Puerto Rico: NHC
    Dorian, the major storm barreling west of St. Thomas and headed toward Puerto Rico, has strengthened and become a hurricane, the National Hurricane Center said Wednesday. The storm has maximum sustained winds of 75 miles an hour and is located close to St. Thomas, the agency said in its latest advisory. A Hurricane Warning is in effect for Vieques and Culebra, the U.S. Virgin Islands and the British Virgin Islands, while a Hurricane Watch is in effect for Puerto Rico. "Dorian is forecast to continue strengthening during the next few days over the Atlantic waters," said the NHC. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news. ...
    MarketWatch
    3 weeks ago
  • BitPAC Wants To Hold An ICO In Support Of US House Candidate
    The political action committee BitPAC has plans to conduct its own initial coin offering to help raise funds for US House candidate Dan Bishop. ...
    ETHNews
    3 weeks ago
  • Trump Boasts He’s “Best Thing That’s Ever Happened” To Puerto Rico As Dorian Headed For Landfall
    As Puerto Ricans batten down the hatches in the face of Tropical Storm Dorian, which is drawing dangerously close to the island's shores, President Trump issued a pair of tweets bashing the island's broken political system (its governor resigned earlier this month amid as anger about public corruption came to a head) and reminding the world that he's "the best thing that's ever happened" to Puerto Rico as Congress approved billions for disaster relief in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. As Trump said, Puerto Rico is "one of the most corrupt places on earth...Congress approved Billions of Dollars last time, more than anyplace else has ever gotten, and it is sent to Crooked Pols."
    Puerto Rico is one of the most corrupt ...
    ZeroHedge
    3 weeks ago
  • BitPAC, a Political Action Committee, Launches ICO to Support US House Candidates
    CoinspeakerBitPAC, a Political Action Committee, Launches ICO to Support US House CandidatesBitPAC, which is a political group in the U.S., decided to launch an ICO for the support of public office candidates. Also, they are going to issue a token – Politicoin, which the group’s founder, Dan Backer, explains is a utility token which has no actual value. Instead, the goal is to grant “some sort” of voting right to the holders of these Politicoins. “It’s a utility token, not a thing of value. I don’t care if people want to buy, sell trade their token if an exchange wants to list it that’s [fantastic]. We have some larger scale, grand or long-term plans but we have to start [somewhere],” said Backer.So which candidates are going to be supported? Well, for starters, the initial goal for this ICO campaign is to ...
    CoinSpeaker
    3 weeks ago
  • Chico’s shares rise after Soma brand shines
    Chico's Fas. Inc. stock rose 3.6% in Wednesday premarket trading after the women's clothing and apparel retailer reported second-quarter same-store sales at the Soma lingerie brand that exceeded expectations. The company had a net loss of $2.3 million, or 2 cents per share, after net income of $16.8 million, or 13 cents per share, last year. Adjusted earnings were breakeven, matching the FactSet consensus. Revenue of $508.4 million was down from $544.7 million last year and below the $513.0 million FactSet guidance. Chico's portfolio includes the namesake brand, and White House Black Market, in addition to Soma. Same-store sales fell 6.1% for the total company, with the Soma brand showing a same-store sales increase of 10.9%. The FactSet outlook was for a 4.9% overall same-store sales decline. Chico's expects a low-to-mid-single digit decline in both net sales and same-store sales ...
    MarketWatch
    3 weeks ago
  • Political Group Launches ‘ICO’ to Support US House Candidate
    BitPAC is conducting a "politicoin" ICO as part of its efforts to support candidates like North Carolina's Dan Bishop. ...
    CoinDesk
    3 weeks ago
  • Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Autodesk, HP and Heico
    See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell. ...
    CNBC
    3 weeks ago
  • MultiBank Opens LATAM Headquarters in Mexico
    The retail broker - which is based in Hong Kong - now has offices in 20 cities. ...
    FinanceMagnates
    3 weeks ago
  • Instructions for IEO: how not to suffer the same fate as ICO
    Almost 9 out of 10 ICO projects showed negative profitability. Initial exchange offers, which replaced those fraud-infested ICO schemes, are now risking to repeat their way. We have worked out 5 tips for those who is planing IEO. ...
    CoinFox
    3 weeks ago
  • Is Silicon Valley Building A Chinese-Style Social Credit System?
    Authored by Mac Slavo via SHTFplan.com, Companies in the United States, and more specifically, Silicon Valley, are building a social credit system for individuals.  Much like the social credit system communist China uses to control its population, this authoritarian control is different in one way: it is being done by corporations as opposed to the government. Make no mistake though, the corporations building a social credit system in the U.S. are already another arm of the government. They are lobbying and using the money made to get certain politicians elected. This is the very definition of crony corporatism.  If anyone thinks we live in a democracy or constitutional republic, they are either wholly uninformed, brainwashed or willfully ignorant. China’s tyrannical social credit system is a ...
    ZeroHedge
    3 weeks ago
  • Border Patrol Unveils 60 Miles Of New US-Mexico Border Wall In Drone Footage
    Authored by Jack Phillips via The Epoch Times, The U.S. Customs and Border Protection unveiled a stretch of new border wall on the Southern Border and said it completed at least 60 miles in all. “Construction crews continue work on the new border wall system along the SW border near San Luis” in Arizona, the agency wrote on Twitter. So far, more than 60 miles have been constructed “along the SW border since 2017,” and the agency is expected to “complete 450 miles by the end of 2020,” the tweet read. Construction crews continue work on the new border wall system along the SW border near San Luis, AZ. In partnership with @USACEHQ, CBP has constructed over 60 miles of new border wall system along the SW border ...
    ZeroHedge
    3 weeks ago
  • Semiconductor ETFs jump as Trump signals potential China trade detente
    Funds with exposure to semiconductor stocks rallied Monday morning after President Trump suggested more willingness to talk trade with China. Semiconductor companies like NVIDIA Corp. and Broadcom Inc. make the chips that power consumer devices like smartphones. The iShares PHLX Semiconductor ETF was up 1.1% in early-morning trading and the VanEck Vectors Semiconductor ETF rose 1.4%. Both are still down about 9% for the month, however. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news. ...
    MarketWatch
    3 weeks ago
  • How ICOs can destroy lives
    How ICOs can destroy lives The post How ICOs can destroy lives appeared first on CoinGeek. ...
    CoinGeek
    3 weeks ago
  • Bitcoin Bull John McAfee Shills Zombie ICO: ‘You’ve Been Warned’
    By CCN Markets: Bitcoin bull and IRS fugitive John McAfee is shamelessly shilling a Chinese zombie cryptocurrency ICO — and he doesn't want to hear any lip about it. The hilarity erupted this morning (Aug. 24) when McAfee tweeted that he had accepted an advisory position with China Zombie to create and promote their CZ […] The post Bitcoin Bull John McAfee Shills Zombie ICO: 'You've Been Warned' appeared first on CCN Markets ...
    CryptoCoinsNews
    3 weeks ago
  • Desperate DNC Chair Set to Hold Fundraisers … In Mexico
    Authored by Rusty Weiss via The Mental Recession With the Democratic National Committee (DNC) struggling to raise money, Chairman Tom Perez is planning to hold multiple fundraisers in Mexico City this September. According to Bloomberg, the three fundraisers scheduled for the 28th will range from a student-centric event with a $25 minimum entry fee, to a dinner where tickets could go as high as $15,000. Under Perez’ leadership, the DNC has consistently lagged far behind their Republican National Committee (RNC) counterparts in raising funds. In June, the DNC raised $8.5 million to the RNC’s $20.7. Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel reports that the Republicans also broke a record in July. "Our fundraising success is further evidence that the American people like the pro-growth agenda and economic record ...
    ZeroHedge
    3 weeks ago
  • Numbrs joins fintech unicorn club
    Swiss fintech startup Numbrs Personal Finance has joined the unicorn club, raising $40 million from ...
    Finextra
    3 weeks ago
  • Iconloop Signs Deal With Art Site to Create Record of Ownership
    The works include five by Lee Ufan, founder of the avant-garde School of Things, and three works of Whanki Kim, an early abstract artist in Korea. ...
    CoinDesk
    3 weeks ago
  • Smokescreens and Mirrors: How Does a Country Do an ICO? They Call It QE
    Financial regulators all around the world have been cracking down hard on ICOs for promising more than they can deliver. At the same time governments and central banks are pulling off far worse scams, such as QE, wiping out the savings of everyone that depends on them. To hide this fact they use obscure economic jargon to confuse and distract the public, with the latest term being negative yields. Also Read: Peso Collapse Shows Governments Shouldn’t Control Money Germany Buys Its Own Debt at Zero interest Wednesday, 21 August, will be noted in the economic textbooks as a turning point in the history of fiat central banking and possibly as the harbinger of a new global recession. On this day, Germany, the world’s fourth largest economy and the main economic engine of the Euro zone, sold its 30 year bonds ...
    News.Bitcoin
    3 weeks ago
  • US court summons WAX and OPSkins Group over illegal ICO lawsuit
    US court summons WAX and OPSkins Group over illegal ICO lawsuit The post US court summons WAX and OPSkins Group over illegal ICO lawsuit appeared first on CoinGeek. ...
    CoinGeek
    3 weeks ago
  • Have Cryptocurrency Markets Matured Beyond The 2017 ICO Problems?
    CoinspeakerHave Cryptocurrency Markets Matured Beyond The 2017 ICO Problems?As represented by CipherTrace’s recent Q2 AML report, there is no denying that retail investors still face immense risk, as fraudsters and exit scammers have absconded with more than $4.26 billion in crypto assets in 2019 to date. And the opaqueness of relationships between coin rankings sites like CoinMarketCap (CMC), exchanges, and projects, has raised eyebrows since last year as the “Dark Underbelly of Cryptocurrencies.”Markets may appear to be maturing with transparency initiatives (e.g., Kraken & South Korean exchange self-reporting), institutional products like Bakkt on the horizon, and weeding out of many scams (e.g., see Dovey Wan’s tweets on PlusToken), but there are still some earnest questions that need answering.Recently, Adel de Meyer, CEO of Daps Coin took to Twitter to call out CMC amid their oddly high listing position of known ...
    CoinSpeaker
    3 weeks ago
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