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Bitcoin Capital 3 - Bitcoin Fund Managed by Simon Dixon and Max Keiser that pays daily dividends in Bitcoin

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The Crypto Show interviews Simon Dixon, @BankToTheFuture & Bitcoin Capital

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Transmission 54 - Simon Dixon - Bank to the Future - Bitcoin Capital

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Bitcoin Capital - Crypto Fund Managed By Max Keiser & Simon Dixon

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Transmission 54 - Simon Dixon - Bank to the Future - Bitcoin Capital

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The Crypto Show interviews Simon Dixon, @BankToTheFuture & Bitcoin Capital

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Bitcoin Capital 3 - Bitcoin Fund Managed by Simon Dixon and Max Keiser that pays daily dividends in Bitcoin

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Trading Discussion • Bitcoin Capital Thoughts? (From Max Keiser and Simon Dixon)

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"Even at $10,000, I believe bitcoin to be the most undervalued asset in the world" - Simon Dixon, Bank To The Future

I was at Blockshow Asia in Singapore this week and saw a ton of interesting talks and presentations. My favorite was Simon Dixon, of Bank To The Future - who stated that even at $10,000, Bitcoin was still the most undervalued asset in the world.
His claim was supported by his strong belief that institutional money has still not yet entered the space. This isn't exactly a revelation since that it a widely held belief by many bitcoin bulls, but Simon had an interesting way of describing the situation Wall Street currently finds itself in.
Dixon described bitcoin as the first investment in modern history that the small time investor has access to before Wall Street, which is hamstrung by the lack of regulation in the space. However, once Wall Street is able to enter, they will in a big way. With CME Futures on the horizon eventually paving the way for an ETF, their entry seems all but inevitable and they're not going to be buying with pocket change.
Dixon said that whether individual fund managers are believers in bitcoin or not, they will have no choice to put their clients into BTC because it is one of the few investments that at present, is completely uncorrelated to the mainstream capital markets. Finding uncorrelated assets is a very basic element to traditional diversified portfolio management (which is also discussed in Chris Burniske's Cryptoassets), so it will be a no-brainer for them whether they like it or not.
He also discussed the properties that will establish Bitcoin as the powerhouse he believes it is destined to become - the fact that it is the world's first truly neutral currency, that doesn't care about any specific country or government and can't be shut down by them either.
On fiat currencies, he does not see them ever going away but sees a future where people can spend their local inflationary fiat currencies but hold their wealth in cryptocurrencies that have zero connection to whichever country someone lives in. The fact that people will have a choice will ultimately keep governments honest because if they abuse their power, everyone will be free to move their wealth and the government will be powerless to stop it.
Lastly, he predicted that in 2018 we'll see the entire cryptocurrency market reach a trillion dollar valuation. He said that there will be will be bubbles, casualties, scams and regulation along the way but ultimately, the move towards a trillion is already fast in motion.
I'll be traveling around Asia for the next couple months writing about all of the cool blockchain and cryptocurrency tech that's developing here. You guys can support me by subscribing to my website - www.cryptoambit.com. Anything of value I learn, I'll do my best to pass it on to you guys since I've already learned a ton from the reddit community. Thanks!
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Po.et information

INTRODUCTION
Let me explain – if you’re new to Poet, POE can be simply described as follows:
A decentralized platform that allows publishers to license, identify, and monetize digital content such as blog posts, news articles, YouTube videos, audio/music, e-books and more.
It ensures content creators will receive credit and be financially rewarded for the content they create.
Poet is more efficient and global than standard copyrighting due to its speed and decentralized nature
What makes POE great?
Think about all of the articles, news posts, and videos stolen on the internet today… Social media is notorious for this.
Poet seeks to offer a tangible and immediate solution to this problem that, before now, has been extremely difficult to control in our ever-expanding and evermore transparent digital world.
To put it simply, it is difficult to legally enforce who owns digital content created online. Poet plans to resolve this.
It will ensure creators are credited for their work and rewarded accordingly. Blockchain quite literally provides the solution to this and Poet is the key.
Why POE?
Mass adoption is very near. Poet is currently testing a WordPress plugin, Frost app, that is scheduled to go live January 21. Due to the widespread use of WordPress, when this goes live, Poet will be available to over 300 million websites at the flick of a switch.
The community is growing rapidly and the Poet team has been aggressive in expanding its community team to best position the platform for continued growth and adoption.
Realistic, yet aggressive roadmap: The Poet roadmap is one of the few roadmaps I’ve seen that clearly outline the goals and do so in a very realistic timeframe. In addition to this, their product is coming very soon.
Undervalued market cap: Inevitably a critical factor for any investor. My personal belief is that project is just getting started. This project aims to target a market of nearly 1 billion+ websites, and that doesn’t even include the number of articles, posts, videos, and audio attached to these sites. Poet is just now beginning to gain a lot of momentum and hasn’t even begun their public marketing campaign. The development team has been extremely transparent and continues to seek out the community to regular input and feedback. This team has performed brilliantly thus far and continues to meet and exceed expectations!
COMPETITORS
There aren’t any companies directly doing anything quite like Poet. The closest comparable are maybe VeChain (Tracks real-world goods), Tron (Content hosting, Justin Sun compared to a Facebook or Youtube), and Publica (Marketplace for ebooks like Barnes & Noble or Amazon), but their goals are completely different and would not resolve the issues of content licensing and proof of existence like Poet seeks to achieve. Poet aims to resolve a very specific and achievable goal.
Poet aims to resolve a widespread global issue that has not been achieved before.
Allows for any content creator to utilize its platform for proof of existence.
Allows publishers to license, identify, and monetize digital content easily and seamlessly.
Will prevent plagiarism and allow for content disputes via community trusted mediators.
More efficient than copyrighting
Completely decentralized
TEAM
8 individuals located primarily in the US and South America, with plans to grow more.
Lautaro Dragan: Technical Lead
Specializes in ReactJS, NodeJS, and RESTful API’s & Web apps, 10 years exp., full- stack dev, game development enthusiast Patricio Mosse: Full Stack Develop
Software engineer, 12 years exp., BS in Computer Science, international experience in USA, France, Israel & Greece Pat Riley: Head of Product
Experience at Apple, Bitpay, & BTC Media, 100% self-educated designer, 3 years exp. working on products built on top of Bitcoin, Max Bronstein: Media & Strategy Lead
Product geek & digital strategist, experience at Gem, BTC Media, & The Coin Toss Jeremy Kandah: Chief Coin Officer
Exp. Working on Flurry the world’s largest mobile analytics company, founded Appcasher, LLC & DApps Fund, exp. establishing multiple ICO’s including Maidsafe Elliot Feeny: Community Relations
Media specialist & blockchain enthusiast since 2014, Emory University School of Law, featured in Bitcoin Magazine, The Distributed Ledger and Wolters Kluwer Securities Regulation Daily. Alvaro Crespo: Mobile Developer
Software Engineer, university professor teaching discrete math & full-stack web applications, exp. Developing apps for both Android and iOS. Justin Litchfield: Product Development
Stanford Ph.D. chemist by education, entrepreneur by profession, 5 years exp. in media, blockchain & FinTech. ADVISORS 19 and counting with ties to over 30 worldwide companies.
Vice Media: Mike Fermano
BTC Inc: David Bailey, Tyler Evans
Samsung, Razorfish, BBS: Richard Titus
Viacom, Fox, Vimeo: Greg Clayman
Ethereum, JAXX: Anthony Di lorio
Fenbushi Capital: Bo Shen
Ethereum, Smartwallet: Steven Dakh
Augur, Blockchain Ed. Net.: Jeremy Gardner
Maven, Yahoo, MySpace: James Heckman
BLOQ: Jeff Garzik
Let’s Talk Bitcoin, Tokenly: Adam Levine
BLOQ, Tally Capital: Matthew Roszak
Blockdaemon, Ad Ledger: Konstantin Richter
Madhive: Adam Helfgott
Proof of Existence, Streamium, Dentraland: Esteban Ordano
Block Assets: David Lee
BNK To The Future: Simon Dixon
ChainB: James Gong
DISCLOSURE: I currently hold POE. This is not financial advice. I also stole this post from zerotoamillion so all credit to him
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[uncensored-r/CryptoCurrency] My thoughts on POE, and why 2018 could be big for Poet

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INTRODUCTION

Let me explain – if you’re new to Poet, POE can be simply described as follows:
  1. A decentralized platform that allows publishers to license, identify, and monetize digital content such as blog posts, news articles, YouTube videos, audio/music, e-books and more.
  2. It ensures content creators will receive credit and be financially rewarded for the content they create.
  3. Poet is more efficient and global than standard copyrighting due to its speed and decentralized nature

What makes POE great?

Think about all of the articles, news posts, and videos stolen on the internet today… Social media is notorious for this.
Poet seeks to offer a tangible and immediate solution to this problem that, before now, has been extremely difficult to control in our ever-expanding and evermore transparent digital world.
To put it simply, it is difficult to legally enforce who owns digital content created online. Poet plans to resolve this.
It will ensure creators are credited for their work and rewarded accordingly. Blockchain quite literally provides the solution to this and Poet is the key.

Why POE?

  1. Mass adoption is very near. Poet is currently testing a WordPress plugin, Frost app, that is scheduled to go live in Q1 2018. Due to the widespread use of WordPress, when this goes live, Poet will be available to over 300 million websites at the flick of a switch.
  2. The community is growing rapidly and the Poet team has been aggressive in expanding its community team to best position the platform for continued growth and adoption.
  3. Realistic, yet aggressive roadmap: The Poet roadmap is one of the few roadmaps I’ve seen that clearly outline the goals and do so in a very realistic timeframe. In addition to this, their product is coming very soon.
  4. Undervalued market cap: Inevitably a critical factor for any investor. My personal belief is that project is just getting started. This project aims to target a market of nearly 1 billion+ websites, and that doesn’t even include the number of articles, posts, videos, and audio attached to these sites. Poet is just now beginning to gain a lot of momentum and hasn’t even begun their public marketing campaign. The development team has been extremely transparent and continues to seek out the community to regular input and feedback. This team has performed brilliantly thus far and continues to meet and exceed expectations!

COMPETITORS

There aren’t any companies directly doing anything quite like Poet. The closest comparable are maybe VeChain and Tron, but their goals are completely different and would not resolve the issues of content licensing and proof of existence like Poet seeks to achieve. Poet aims to resolve a very specific and achievable goal.
  • Poet aims to resolve a widespread global issue that has not been achieved before.
  • Allows for any content creator to utilize its platform for proof of existence.
  • Allows publishers to license, identify, and monetize digital content easily and seamlessly.
  • Will prevent plagiarism and allow for content disputes via community trusted mediators.
  • More efficient than copyrighting
  • Completely decentralized

TEAM

8 individuals located primarily in the US and South America, with plans to grow more.
Lautaro Dragan: Technical Lead
Specializes in ReactJS, NodeJS, and RESTful API’s & Web apps, 10 years exp., full- stack dev, game development enthusiast
Patricio Mosse: Full Stack Develop
Software engineer, 12 years exp., BS in Computer Science, international experience in USA, France, Israel & Greece
Pat Riley: Head of Product
Experience at Apple, Bitpay, & BTC Media, 100% self-educated designer, 3 years exp. working on products built on top of Bitcoin,
Max Bronstein: Media & Strategy Lead
Product geek & digital strategist, experience at Gem, BTC Media, & The Coin Toss
Jeremy Kandah: Chief Coin Officer
Exp. Working on Flurry the world’s largest mobile analytics company, founded Appcasher, LLC & DApps Fund, exp. establishing multiple ICO’s including Maidsafe
Elliot Feeny: Community Relations
Media specialist & blockchain enthusiast since 2014, Emory University School of Law, featured in Bitcoin Magazine, The Distributed Ledger and Wolters Kluwer Securities Regulation Daily.
Alvaro Crespo: Mobile Developer
Software Engineer, university professor teaching discrete math & full-stack web applications, exp. Developing apps for both Android and iOS.
Justin Litchfield: Product Development
Stanford Ph.D. chemist by education, entrepreneur by profession, 5 years exp. in media, blockchain & FinTech.

ADVISORS

19 and counting with ties to over 30 worldwide companies.
Vice Media: Mike Fermano
BTC Inc: David Bailey, Tyler Evans
Samsung, Razorfish, BBS: Richard Titus
Viacom, Fox, Vimeo: Greg Clayman
Ethereum, JAXX: Anthony Di lorio
Fenbushi Capital: Bo Shen
Ethereum, Smartwallet: Steven Dakh
Augur, Blockchain Ed. Net.: Jeremy Gardner
Maven, Yahoo, MySpace: James Heckman
BLOQ: Jeff Garzik
Let’s Talk Bitcoin, Tokenly: Adam Levine
BLOQ, Tally Capital: Matthew Roszak
Blockdaemon, Ad Ledger: Konstantin Richter
Madhive: Adam Helfgott
Proof of Existence, Streamium, Dentraland: Esteban Ordano
Block Assets: David Lee
BNK To The Future: Simon Dixon
ChainB: James Gong
DISCLOSURE: I currently hold POE. This is not financial advice.
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] "Even at $10,000, I believe bitcoin to be the most undervalued asset in the world" - Simon Dixon,...

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I was at Blockshow Asia in Singapore this week and saw a ton of interesting talks and presentations. My favorite was Simon Dixon, of Bank To The Future - who stated that even at $10,000, Bitcoin was still the most undervalued asset in the world.
His claim was supported by his strong belief that institutional money has still not yet entered the space. This isn't exactly a revelation since that it a widely held belief by many bitcoin bulls, but Simon had an interesting way of describing the situation Wall Street currently finds itself in.
Dixon described bitcoin as the first investment in modern history that the small time investor has access to before Wall Street, which is hamstrung by the lack of regulation in the space. However, once Wall Street is able to enter, they will in a big way. With CME Futures on the horizon eventually paving the way for an ETF, their entry seems all but inevitable and they're not going to be buying with pocket change.
Dixon said that whether individual fund managers are believers in bitcoin or not, they will have no choice to put their clients into BTC because it is one of the few investments that at present, is completely uncorrelated to the mainstream capital markets. Finding uncorrelated assets is a very basic element to traditional diversified portfolio management (which is also discussed in Chris Burniske's Cryptoassets), so it will be a no-brainer for them whether they like it or not.
He also discussed the properties that will establish Bitcoin as the powerhouse he believes it is destined to become - the fact that it is the world's first truly neutral currency, that doesn't care about any specific country or government and can't be shut down by them either.
On fiat currencies, he does not see them ever going away but sees a future where people can spend their local inflationary fiat currencies but hold their wealth in cryptocurrencies that have zero connection to whichever country someone lives in. The fact that people will have a choice will ultimately keep governments honest because if they abuse their power, everyone will be free to move their wealth and the government will be powerless to stop it.
Lastly, he predicted that in 2018 we'll see the entire cryptocurrency market reach a trillion dollar valuation. He said that there will be will be bubbles, casualties, scams and regulation along the way but ultimately, the move towards a trillion is already fast in motion.
I'll be traveling around Asia for the next couple months writing about all of the cool blockchain and cryptocurrency tech that's developing here. You guys can support me by subscribing to my website - www.cryptoambit.com. Anything of value I learn, I'll do my best to pass it on to you guys since I've already learned a ton from the reddit community. Thanks!
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We need talk about Simon Dixon / Max Keiser / BankToTheFuture

In the wake of another Bitcoin/Crypto startup failing (Cryptsy) the community needs to become more vigilant to weed out the entrepreneurs who are less than honorable.
I notice that Simon Dixon & Max Keiser (+ associated cronies) are pushing their 3rd 'Bitcoin Capital' fund on BankToTheFuture.
What (sane) investors almost certainly missed is that regardless of what is invested in the fund, Simon pockets 25% equity and Max gets 25% too.
Maximum normal fees on VC funds are "2 and 20" ... i.e. 2% annual management fee + 20% on any capital gain investors receive.
These guys are taking 50% of everything, regardless of whether investors profit. This from Max Keiser who rants about 'banksters' constantly.
Their funds push 'daily dividends' as a feature, even promoting the total number (not quantity) of dividends paid out. Ignoring the smell of ponzi, how are these generated? I believe it is by mining StartCoin ... can you say "conflict of interest"?
There is a reason why BankToTheFuture and these funds are offshore ... they'd never get away with this in the EU/US.
BankToTheFuture could be an important crowdfunding platform for our industry and others ... we should pressure them to stop this behavior.
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Simon Dixon and Philip Kennedy talk Bitcoin and FinTech Bitcoin Banking With Simon Dixon Simon Dixon on Peer-to-Peer Lending, Bitcoin and future forecasts for financial markets EB93 – Simon Dixon: How Bank To The Future Is Rethinking Finance Simon Dixon - YouTube

Simon Dixon is the CEO & co-founder of online investment platform BnkToTheFuture.com who have invested over $60m in FinTech companies. He is also the Fund Manager of Bitcoin Capital & author of the book 'Bank to the Future'. An active FinTech & Bitcoin angel investor with investments in BitPay, Kraken, BitPesa and over 20 others. An ex-director of the UK Digital Currency Association & UK Bitcoin Magazine has asked a number of long-time members of the space to reflect on their experiences, and published author Simon Dixon spoke with us about some of his observations over the years. Dixon has been a participant in the space for years, speaking at the first Bitcoin conference in Prague and writing the first published book to Satoshi may have invented Bitcoin, but it was trailblazer and BnkToTheFuture Founder Simon Dixon who laid the groundwork for crypto-innovators to raise capital in the emerging space. But Simon isn’t doing battle with the traditional banking system as much as he is helping to create a way around it to a better monetary future. Simon Dixon is the CEO & co-founder of BnkToTheFuture.com. He is also the Fund Manager of Bitcoin Capital & author of the book 'BnkToTheFuture'. An active FinTech & Bitcoin angel investor and ex-director of the UK Digital Currency Association & UK CrowdFunding Association, who regularly speaks on the future of finance to governments, businesses Bitcoin Capital was setup by early Bitcoin evangelists and investors Max Keiser and Simon Dixon to invest and advise companies supporting the growth of Bitcoin. Portfolio companies include Kraken, BitPay, Abra, Circle, ShapeShift, K.im, CoinPayments, BitSo, BitPesa and many others.

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Simon Dixon and Philip Kennedy talk Bitcoin and FinTech

The Crypto Show interviews Simon Dixon, BnkToTheFuture.com & Bitcoin Capital The First Hour We talk to Simon Dixon of Bnk To the Future, a crowd-funding venture capital platform for select ... Simon Dixon, CEO BnkToTheFuture and Fund Manager at Bitcoin Capital is interviewed for Bitcoin.com on the future of finance, economic trends, peer to peer lending and digital currencies like ... In the episode of The Rebel Capitalist Show, popular and well respected host, George Gammon, describes Simon Dixon as an expert bitcoin entrepreneur who REVEALS PHENOMENAL INSIGHTS! Simon Dixon ... This video was taken a few years ago when Simon Dixon was doing his world tour promoting his book and debating/discussing to thousands about Bitcoin. When Simon did the Asia tour and visited China ... Simon Dixon was interviewed on the Philip Kennedy Youtube channel (also know as the Kennedy Financial). Simon talks about Bitcoin in general and FinTech. The original video can be found on Philip ...

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