2022.01.18 20:21 DatDude999 With everything happening in the world, all teenagers should ask themselves a question:
2022.01.18 20:21 mixerwars Unboxing 5 SDW Heroes Goodies
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2022.01.18 20:21 rwilliams1283 Reka Tehaka
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2022.01.18 20:21 djcflo [O] 3 Simplynzbs invites
I have 3 SimplyNZBs invites to give out. Please reply to your request post confirming that you have received an invite once it has been sent! Also that you read the wiki
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2022.01.18 20:21 Takatia [FT] Ketchup [LF] a few nmts or a surprise present! nothing much :)
2022.01.18 20:21 ClumpetBumpet hehehe lois
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2022.01.18 20:21 JellySea6682 ILPT Request: how common is this, and how safe is it?
I'm not in the HR field, but I've been wondering about something recently:
Usually it's very easy to spot a lie or an embellishment: if someone lied about their degrees, lied about their previous experiences, yada yada...you simply need to check the universities website as well as the companies websites, call them and ask them if the employee graduated from X or Y university / worked at the aforementioned companies, AND you can ask for a proof of employment letter, a work certificate, the whole schebang.
...But let's say the degrees are legit but one job experience lasting several years is not, but even with a thorough background check it actually IS legit. Let me explain: the work certificate or employment letter is legit, as well as the company, as well as the business owner who assured you of everything...but the aforementioned business owner is lying? What if, indeed, the business owner simply covered years of unemployment to help a friend or a family member get a job, to the point where his own staff is aware of that? How the hell are you supposed to prove that in the first place? It's the company's director and owner's words...it seems super, super hard to prove anything right? In some states of the USA I know you may ask for pay stubs, but where I live (somewhere in Western Europe) it's absolutely illegal to ask for that.
Now obviously you'll ask me "if the company is real, and the person you got on the phone is its real business owneCEO/directowhatever...then maybe it's just true?"I know, that makes sense, but I can't help thinking that it's something that could happen.
I know this may be a very rare scenario. I think very few people go that far to cover their asses I assume, and very few business owners would do that for someone, but there has to be a few cases out there. So basically my question is: how safe would the guy who resort to such a thing be in terms of background check? Is it very unlikely for him to ever get busted?
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2022.01.18 20:21 Your_suggar who's the little pig? this is my baby Ingrid ❤️❤️❤️
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2022.01.18 20:21 Spannerz95 Maggotkin of nurgle for competitive aos
Just wondering how Maggotkin of nurgle are performing with the new book, a post a month ago on this reddit suggested they are really slow and not strong enough to keep up with meta armies just wondering if this is true a month into the new book or if its a good army option for a new player looking to get into competitive aos
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2022.01.18 20:21 DOOMboi1214 Can you feed pets during a run other than fishing because chilly is doing this?
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2022.01.18 20:21 yourpantsaretoobig Head cracker, head cracker, head cracker, loot.
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2022.01.18 20:21 overstretched_slinky Parkland buying M&M Food Market for $322M in diversification push
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2022.01.18 20:21 -own 🚀🚀🚀 na dúvida vai de NU. Quase a mesma performance de TSLA. Buy the dip
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2022.01.18 20:21 economicsdesign DeFi101: Introduction to financial risk for stablecoins
We provide over 100+ FREE crypto articles on our SubStack! :D (Link on our profile). This is not financial advice.
When we discuss risks in crypto, we look at both risks from the perspective of token owners and risks from the protocol. By knowing their major sources of risk exposures, we can have a better picture of what the protocol will possibly be like in the long term, and a more thorough understanding of the whole crypto space. In this article, we will walk through a general framework and additional points to consider for financial risk analysis of stablecoins.
General classification of risk
Before moving on to financial risk in details, let’s recap on the general classification of risk that we are using. Under our analytical framework, risk is either systematic or idiosyncratic.
Systematic risk are the ones that affect the whole market and cannot be well controlled by the protocol itself. This includes the market risk like price variations, failure of underlying blockchain layer and irregular user behaviour.
Meanwhile, Idiosyncratic risk are the ones that are relevant to token and mechanism design, which can be controlled by the protocol to some extent and only directly affects the particular protocol itself.
Fig 1. General risk classification
Under our definition, financial risk is a type of idiosyncratic risk. It describes the risk of losing money in operation, which is predominantly determined by how the token is designed under the protocol. Financial risk for stablecoins comes from two main areas: cashflow and collaterals.
Financial risk from cashflow
When conducting risk analysis, cashflow is often one of the most direct and easily analyzable sources of risk. Changes in cashflow for the protocol over time gives information on how well the protocol is operating, and also its ability of pulling through a crisis. Meanwhile, cross comparison of cashflow figures and growth with other protocols can show which tokens in the market are in better financial standing and hence likely to be more sustainable.
In the long term, protocols with healthier cashflow conditions are more likely to gain investor confidence and attract more people in buying the tokens. This is extremely important for stablecoins, as their values are pegged to a previously specified amount with very minimal variation in monetary values. Investors make decisions to buy stablecoins based on how they plan to utilize the token, and also whether the token is reliable in the future.
The most common way to analyze financial risk from cashflow is to break down the incoming and outgoing cash over fixed time intervals, and compare their growth. Depending on how the protocol is designed, income and expense can be further classified into sub-categories based on where they come from, such as interest, trading and operating. Significant changes in the proportions of each category may indicate structural changes in the protocol’s financial performance.
Advancing to a higher level of analysis, we can look at the key ratios calculated from cashflow data. These key ratios are created based on the data available for each protocol to compare income and expense data with the important token metrics such as price, transaction volume and market capitalization. Some of the possible key ratios that can be considered, but not limited to, are the following:
2022.01.18 20:21 jcoelho93 Water all over the bathroom floor
A chinese girl just moved in to my shared flat, and every time she uses the bathroom she leaves water all over the floor. This is driving me crazy cause I cannot think of a reason for that to happen... What the hell is she doing in there...
I'm gonna talk to her tomorrow, but right now it's driving me crazy.
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2022.01.18 20:21 JustTheRealNews Senior State Department Official On Belarus
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2022.01.18 20:21 warmnfuzzynside vent/am I wrong?
so when I came out my dad told my entire family bc "he had a hard time accepting it" and they're all extremely homophobic.. so like.. now it's so fucking awkward with everyone, I would’ve rather just have not told my grandparents anything and now my dad is like... some charity case with me ALWAYS sheepishly gendering me correctly and using my preferred name while they all look at the floor and pray for me or whatever.
It was always more about my dad anyways, he’s incapable of understanding boundaries. At least he’s trying, “I should be happy” but there is just so much tension with him and my family now because “they don’t get it” … literally just fucking didn’t have to start pretending you see me a woman around them so every interaction w them isn’t palpably tense.
Am I a bitch? Why do I feel like it makes me less trans?
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2022.01.18 20:21 chloe_sexton Plants + Sophie
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2022.01.18 20:21 Minostz12 Perfect Poison Amy Aytchi- Project One
2022.01.18 20:21 CosmicThing2 Making Netherite more exciting
Hey! I'm currently in progress making a modpack for 1.16.5 for a bunch of friends. However I really don't like the process of getting netherite in recent versions. It's honestly boring as hell so everyone just ends up making 5000 beds and spamming them in the Nether which I think is kinda dumb.
Just wondered if anyone had any ideas to make getting Netherite a bit more exciting? Any mods to jazz it up a bit? Previously I've actually used this: https://www.planetminecraft.com/data-pack/netherite-dungeons/ and that works well (even for 1.16.5 too) but maybe there's a mod that takes it a bit further or that you'd recommend?
I've got BYG to make the nether more interesting, but (as far as I know), it doesn't change how netherite generates.
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2022.01.18 20:21 MyOtherActGotBanned Remove slice of pie in Roth IRA tax implications
If I were to remove a slice of a pie and replace it with a new slice of a different stock/fund would there be any tax implications in a Roth IRA? So creating one sell order and one buy order.
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2022.01.18 20:21 Trident_0711 Just choked for a good 10 seconds on my own burp
2022.01.18 20:21 TheSoiGamer The unofficial Highjinks wiki sucks now
Just the same boring thing over and over again and everytime I try to do something on there they just get prissy so I'm just gonna leave it for now
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2022.01.18 20:21 Michael747 Lirik gets his long awaited mansion
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2022.01.18 20:21 HeyHx2 That songs do you associate with a particular sign or element?