You can be a billionaire
You can be a billionaire. Just send me your money and I will tell you my secrets (lolz). If people are willing to be fleeced they might as well send their money to me. I promise to waste it as best I can. I cannot believe that people somehow think that crypto is going to save them.
Have You READ THIS?? What The Banks Have Planned!! 😲 (22 min)
- 0:00 Intro
- 1:34 Background
- 3:25 A Few Important Points
- 5:23 CBDC Design
- 8:31 Plans For Adoption
- 11:57 Effects On The Economy
- 14:28 CBDC vs. Banks
- 18:02 Conclusion
Digital Currency is part of greater agenda that ties in with the Green passes …… pic.twitter.com/kSJhXl8C3y
— Prof (@kThaprof) October 20, 2021
Everything you may have assumed to hate about crypto currencies actually applies to Central Banking Digital Currencies (CBDCs), coming soon. @LayahHeilpern explains for @CVPayne on @FoxBusiness (and my tweet below illustrates her point)pic.twitter.com/6nOwtRMeyI https://t.co/a5Yxx2W6dm
— Maajid أبو عمّار (@MaajidNawaz) October 14, 2021
This from Brendon O’Connell
I hope he doesn’t mind…it is just too good not to distribute. Please support him and become a $10 patreon. Anyway, this link and the article below come from his email:
Israel will tell you which crypto to buy.🤡 Or you could send your money to me and I will tell you my secrets on how to become a billionaire.🤣🤡https://t.co/sRDexTpEUU
— Moses Eleftheria (@EleftheriaMoses) October 21, 2021
What a fantastic way to manipulate the crypto market. A bunch of Israeli’s would never do that would they? And let me guess? Unit 8200 graduates?
All this data and predictive powers….which country has their people all over every corporation and private business doing this research and implementing the hardware and software?
Tobias spent nine years at Microsoft, five of them as CTO of Microsoft Israel and four heading Microsoft’s cloud enterprise business in Seattle.
How much power does Israel already have? The power to manipulate whole markets to go their way.
A social-media intelligence report just for crypto traders
Crowdsense scans more than a billion social-media sources to sniff out news, hype and sentiment relating to more than 3,000 cryptocurrencies.
Angel investor and influencer marketing pioneer Gil Eyal contacted me in September about “an amazing Israeli founder who is revolutionizing the way traders invest in crypto.”
Eyal, the managing partner of Starfund, has been investing in crypto coins since 2013. So if he decided to put some shekels into a new Israeli startup, he’s got my attention.
This AI platform delivers real-time intelligence reports to crypto traders and investors. Crowdsensescansmore than a billion social-media sources to sniff outnews, hype and sentiment relating to more than 3,000 cryptocurrencies. (I was surprised to learn there are that many!)
Gil Eyal. Photo: courtesy
“As an active investor in the crypto space, I always felt like there was something missing in my arsenal,” Eyal tells ISRAEL21c.
“In an industry driven by retail investor sentiment, I found it amazing that tools focus on either technical analysis or on-chain metrics, which completely ignore social-media hype and sentiment or the occurrence of direction-changing events.”
Crowdsense enabled Eyal to detect market-shifting events before the price started or completed its spike. It also afforded him a granular view of how each token is perceived by the market.
“The crypto market has significantly outperformed every other asset in the world over the last decade,” he says.
“To a much larger extent than most markets, it is driven by investor sentiment. If enough people believe a crypto token is valuable, it becomes valuable. Investors who are able to identify shifts in sentiment, or detect market-moving events early, make exceptional returns.”
Just one tweet from Elon Musk last March, announcing that people could buy a Tesla with Bitcoin, and another tweet two months later saying it wouldn’t be possible after all, profoundly affected the entire market, Eyal notes.
Move over, Musk
Crowdsense founder Eliaz Tobias. Photo courtesy of Crowdsense
Crowdsense founder Eliaz Tobias tells ISRAEL21c that back in May, when everyone was focused on Musk’s flipflop tweets, Crowdsense detected from an influencer post that US billionaire investor Mark Cuban suggested buying Polygon cryptocurrency. Polygon went up 118 percent in price after Crowdsense shared that nugget of intelligence.
“Not everything leads to such a huge spike in price, but we see more and more correlation between the events we detect and changes in the market,” says Tobias.
“For example, on August 24 there was an event that appeared in our system that told users there was a spike in social-media sentiment of five points, on a scale of zero to 10, related to the Chain Guardiancoin. The price went up as a result of that from $0.85 to $1.46. That’s more than 70% growth.”
Tracking about a billion sources every day, including small influencers, brings fast, comprehensive coverage of the most significant events in the crypto world.
A proprietary algorithm filters out inconsequential “noise” from the data stream, a capability that Tobias says differentiates Crowdsense from competitors.
“Some of our users go to our system when they hear something about a coin to see if influencers are talking about it, or if some news came out around it, to validate and support their investment decision,” says Tobias. “You can get signals from us and validate signals through us.”
Crowdsense is still in beta phase, not yet charging for subscriptions. That will begin in a few months, says Tobias.
Within the first month, the platform had about 650 subscribers from across the globe.
“We see hundreds using it actively every day. That’s without any marketing. Now we are driving partnerships so more crypto traders and investors will know about us,” Tobias says.
Crowdsense graduated from the Techstars and Barclays accelerator and has raised about $1.5 million from Wix founder Avishai Avrahami and angel investors in Israel, Europe and the UK. The company is headquartered in Tel Aviv and has seven full-time employees.
Eran Ruso, cofounder of Crowdsense. Photo courtesy of Crowdsense
Tobias spent nine years at Microsoft, five of them as CTO of Microsoft Israel and four heading Microsoft’s cloud enterprise business in Seattle. He founded Crowdsense with Eran Ruso about three years ago.
At first, their focus was detecting hazards, accidents or security events from social media to provide insights for corporates.
“After discussions with investors, we pivoted to detecting early events in the financial space,” he explains. “And next big change was because of Covid-19, which led to a boom in small retail traders trading from home, and crypto coming into the mainstream.”
Crowdsense switched from tracking forex and commodities to tracking crypto last March. “The platform is so flexible we were able to transition in six weeks,” he says.
This is my conclusion (not Brendon’s). We are all going to be rich and have private jets in the NWO (lolz). Only those not invested in crypto will “own nothing and be happy”. Crypto and blockchain caught the banks by surprise. It came out of nowhere. Like the internet. Poof. Magic. We don’t even know who invented blockchain. Nothing to do with the military, intelligence agencies, the old East India Company or banking. Nope. The banks who have operated for the last 500 years and financed every revolution and war were caught by surprise. With their pants down. You too can be a billionaire. Send me your money and I will tell you how.