Author: Erik Gibbs

Aussie state considers blockchain tech for land registry

A land registration agency in Australia is considering blockchain for recording property transactions, in the latest example of the technology being deploying in public administration.

New South Wales Land Registry Services, which operates title to land and is responsible for recording property transactions in the state, said it was launching a new proof-of-concept trial, local news outlet CIO  reported. Providing the trial proves successful, the agency would then look to deploy the technology within New South Wales, as part of ongoing efforts to digitize public records at state government level.

The use case is yet another example of government and public sector agencies harnessing the power of blockchain technology to improve existing systems at a local level.

The agency announced it would partner with Swedish firm ChromaWay, which will help in running the initial trial. The results are expected early in 2019.

At present, property transactions are recorded manually by hand, in a labor-intensive process that authorities are keen to digitize. However, before a blockchain platform could be used in its place, regulators are required to give the all clear.

If the system is eventually rolled out to land transactions in NSW, it will replace paper records of property transactions as the definitive ledger of reference for land registration in the state.

A spokesperson for ChromaWay said the security and immutability of blockchain made it a perfect fit for the land registration use case, explaining: “It will provide a more complete and comprehensive view of land rights, restrictions, and responsibilities, which will streamline decision-making for government and land sector actors, provide increased information transparency, and reduce data duplication.”

Authorities in New South Wales are no strangers to experiments with blockchain, and this week’s announcement follows the launch of several similar programs in recent months.

In the last few weeks, it has been announced that New South Wales will be digitizing driving license records on a blockchain platform, replacing the current licensing process for all new and renewing drivers in the Aussie state. Now, with the addition of the land registration use case, the authorities in New South Wales are continuing to demonstrate the possibilities with blockchain technology.

Note: Tokens on the Bitcoin Core (segwit) Chain are Referred to as BTC coins. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is today the only Bitcoin implementation that follows Satoshi Nakamoto’s original whitepaper for Peer to Peer Electronic Cash. Bitcoin BCH is the only major public blockchain that maintains the original vision for Bitcoin as fast, frictionless, electronic cash.

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Dr. Craig Wright on smart contract registries

Dr. Craig Wright took to one of his favorite stages recently to talk about Bitcoin BCH and smart contract registries. In a Medium post, Wright set out to detail how smart contracts could be introduced successfully on the blockchain and did an incredible job breaking down the specifics of any registry platform.

Wright points out that one of the major issues with contract management is the overwhelming amount of redundancy. Copies of the same contract are kept in a number of different locations, which is a logistical nightmare when any change or addendum is needed. Since contracts are often written in natural language, they can also be open to interpretation if not properly dissected during the drafting phase.

These obstacles, among several others, are the reason smart contacts make sense. However, several steps must be followed to have them implemented properly.

Some of the main requirements include formal definition of the contract so that it “can be formally interpreted and implemented by a machine, as well as converted into natural language,” explains Wright. Additionally, it’s important to be able to publish a contract so that everyone knows it exists, while not divulging any of the details, except to those with the need to know.

It is also important to consider including mechanisms that allow the contracts to be configured based on time and/or conditions. Perhaps a contract is only valid for 18 months or expire once the contract’s target has been fulfilled. Smart contracts will need to know what actions to take based on these criteria if they are to be effective.

The Bitcoin BCH blockchain already includes a number of features that make contract creation a breeze. Once the proper controls are added to the contract and it is registered in a repository, “the associated URI and hash can be used in accordance with using metadata within a Blockchain transaction to associate the transaction on the chain with the controlling contract itself,” explains Wright.

To ensure that any machine-readable contract can also have a human-readable version, Wright points out that he and the group at nChain are already working on a tool that will generate a readable document. This version would be delivered in in pdf format, or something similar that doesn’t allow for easy editing.

To ensure that only authorized individuals have access as appropriate to the contract, it can be secured by several means. The most basic security is offered through a hash check to ensure that there haven’t been any alterations. Additionally, the repository itself can be locked down and the contract can be digitally encrypted to limit access only to those who have the corresponding decryption keys.

Says Wright, “In many cases, the Contract itself will have partial protection on it. For example, some sections within the file are protected but the overall content is public. For example, the details of how to implement a fixed rate loan are published but the knowledge of who took out the loan, for how much and at what rate is known only to the contracting parties.”

Wright provides further details on the intricacies of contract creation and manipulation using the Bitcoin BCH blockchain, but it’s evident from the insightful piece that Bitcoin BCH already has everything it needs to facilitate contract creation and storage, and doesn’t need any modifications to enhance the platform.

Note: Tokens on the Bitcoin Core (segwit) Chain are Referred to as BTC coins. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is today the only Bitcoin implementation that follows Satoshi Nakamoto’s original whitepaper for Peer to Peer Electronic Cash. Bitcoin BCH is the only major public blockchain that maintains the original vision for Bitcoin as fast, frictionless, electronic cash.

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Debit card ATM network in the US now selling crypto

Hundreds of thousands of US residents just got access to cryptocurrencies, right at their fingertips. According to an press release by cryptocurrency company LibertyX, the firm has entered into a partnership with Genmega, a fiat ATM supplier in the US, to facilitate crypto purchases using debit cards directly through the ATMs. It’s the first time in the US that such an initiative has been undertaken.

Genmega currently has around 100,000 ATMs spread out across the country. With a simple software upgrade, the machines can now be configured with an option that allows a user to purchase Bitcoin Core (BTC) directly from the ATM and have the currency sent immediately to the user’s cryptocurrency wallet.

The move will be an important advance for cryptocurrency adoption, giving easy access to digital currency to both veterans and new enthusiasts. It will also help provide an additional revenue stream for the ATM operators. According to Wes Dunn, Genmega’s Senior VP, “ATM operators are always looking for ways to grow volume and transactions. We are excited to work with LibertyX on this new initiative that will drive additional foot-traffic to merchant locations and provide added revenue to our operators ‒ ensuring they stay ahead of the market and bring added value to consumers.”

Virtually everyone knows how to operate an ATM. The LibertyX cryptocurrency interface will make BTC purchases as simple as making a cash withdrawal. Chris Yim, LibertyX co-founder and CEO, said that this was the goal all along. He explained, “We have been working tirelessly to make it easier to buy cryptocurrencies for the last five years and now are bringing simplicity, convenience and trust to the cryptocurrency purchasing experience through the timeless ATM.”

The inclusion of cryptocurrencies in traditional cash ATMs is a huge step forward for the cryptocurrency space. Not only does it show that crypto is gaining in popularity, but it indicates the ease with which businesses can begin to interact with digital currency. Following on the success of the crypto integration into ATMs, the next logical step would be to have more point-of-sale systems and retail money outlets embrace the future, as well.

Note: Tokens on the Bitcoin Core (segwit) Chain are Referred to as BTC coins. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is today the only Bitcoin implementation that follows Satoshi Nakamoto’s original whitepaper for Peer to Peer Electronic Cash. Bitcoin BCH is the only major public blockchain that maintains the original vision for Bitcoin as fast, frictionless, electronic cash.

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Marks Jewelers now accepts Bitcoin BCH, other cryptocurrencies

One of the most enduring jewelry retailers and designers in the US has decided to embrace cryptocurrencies. Pennsylvania-based Marks Jewelers announced in a press release yesterday that it has partnered with Shopping Cart Elite, an eCommerce payment platform, to give customers the ability to pay for their fine jewelry purchases with a variety of digital currencies.

Marks now accepts Bitcoin BCH, Bitcoin Core (BTC), Bitcoin Diamond (BCD), Bitcoin Gold (BTG), Ether (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), ZCoin (XZC) and Dash (DASH). It is the first time a major US-based retailer with a large physical presence has embraced cryptocurrency and shows how crypto is continuing to expand to fulfill its intended purpose – to be used as currency.

According to Marks Jewelers Director of Marketing Joshua Rubin, “We’re very excited to begin accepting cryptocurrency payments from our customers around the world. This will allow us to make our fine jewelry available to the global market while paying lower fees and avoiding chargebacks. Marks has long been known for our meticulous craftsmanship and curated selection, and we are thrilled to open our store to the world.”

Opening up its payment capabilities to crypto gives Marks’ customers access to its large portfolio of fine jewelry “with lightning-fast transactions that take just minutes to process.” Since cryptocurrency transaction fees are substantially lower than those associated with bank transfers and credit cards, “Marks Jewelers is able to pass on even more savings to customers buying their next dazzling piece of jewelry,” according to the announcement.

Marks has been around for over 35 years. The company doesn’t just provide resale options for jewelry; it designs jewelry, as well. The company has five gemologists that graduated from the Gemological Institute of America on its payroll to ensure that the quality of diamonds and gemstones is a cut above the rest. It is partnered with Forevermark, a company under the DeBeers umbrella of jewelers.

Shopping Cart Elite is an eCommerce platform that gives companies the ability to automate their businesses. It is gaining traction as a crypto payment facilitator and is capable of being integrated into any eCommerce platform, including those that are listed on large retail sites such as Amazon, NewEgg, Etsy and Walmart, among others.

Note: Tokens on the Bitcoin Core (segwit) Chain are Referred to as BTC coins. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is today the only Bitcoin implementation that follows Satoshi Nakamoto’s original whitepaper for Peer to Peer Electronic Cash. Bitcoin BCH is the only major public blockchain that maintains the original vision for Bitcoin as fast, frictionless, electronic cash.

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ViaBTC mining pool captures $30M in ICO—and that’s a bad thing

A couple of days ago, word got around that one of the world’s largest cryptocurrency mining pools had conducted an initial coin offering (ICO) and had raised $30 million in a little more than two hours. It was the first time an ICO had been held on the Bitcoin BCH network and should be seen more as a failure than a success.

ViaBTC introduced a new cryptocurrency token, the VIAT, ahead of the ICO. The company has billed the token as a “value-added service privileges” coin that can be used as a tool of value transfer. There will be a fixed supply of 2 billion coins, of which 250 million will be shared among the company’s partners and 250 million will be distributed through community support. The remainder will be released over time to reward miners.

Per the coin’s white paper, “ViaBTC will buy back and “burn” VIAT with 20% of its quarterly revenue at the end of each quarter. This will reduce the total amount of VIAT steadily on a benign deflation model.” It would seem that the minds behind ViaBTC don’t fully comprehend the burn process or, if they do, are prepared to destroy the network. When you burn an asset, it becomes destroyed and, as such, means that any return seen on the asset is subsequently worthless.

The idea of burning is tied closely to the idea of Wormhole, the highly debated omni layer protocol that has already been shown to be less than beneficial for the Bitcoin BCH network. It’s no surprise that ViaBTC got its start thanks to a large investment by crypto mining company Bitmain, which supports Wormhole.

There are concerns that VIAT could be an unregistered security per China’s securities laws. Ultimately, this will depend on how ViaBTC uses funds collected from the ICO and whether or not holders of the digital currency earn dividends that might be considered as giving those investors a vested security interest in the company or its CoinEx exchange.

Referring to the distribution of tokens, there is a glaring red flag that pops up. ViaBTC indicates that it will give 250 million tokens to the platform’s partners. This equates to 1/8 being shared among the individuals. Given that ViaBTC has a substantial connection to Bitmain, it isn’t unrealistic to imagine that Bitmain will receive a significant amount of coins.

There are a couple of issues with this scenario. Bitmain has already been outed for questionable financial stability and, possibly, illegal activity—it announced that it was backed by several banks when it wasn’t and, according to internal documents, lied about its finances to investors. Additionally, any collaboration between Bitmain and ViaBTC can undoubtedly be viewed as collusion and will result in lack of decentralization.

Apart from these issues, in reviewing the white paper, there seems to be one important piece of information missing. Out of everything ViaBTC says of VIAT, there simply doesn’t seem to be any tangible utility of the coin.

Note: Tokens on the Bitcoin Core (segwit) Chain are Referred to as BTC coins. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is today the only Bitcoin implementation that follows Satoshi Nakamoto’s original whitepaper for Peer to Peer Electronic Cash. Bitcoin BCH is the only major public blockchain that maintains the original vision for Bitcoin as fast, frictionless, electronic cash.

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Bitfinex now makes it easier for users to track their activities

The Bitfinex cryptocurrency exchange has come under fire for a lot of issues lately. Last week, it was accused of being insolvent, which it vehemently denied, and was the target of a cyber-attack this past June. Perhaps in an effort to appease customers, the exchange is introducing new tools designed to give users more control, as well as greater activity insight, over their trades.

Hong Kong-based Bitfinex announced the new tools via a blog post published last week. The tools will allow greater flexibility in reviewing account data and users will now be able to “instantly compile an overview of necessary account information stemming as far back as account history goes.”

Bitfinex explains, “As institutions and professional traders enter the digital asset trading space, Bitfinex remains committed to creating the tools required to thoroughly meet their needs. We are of the belief that our suite of tools work to accelerate the rate of global adoption and help facilitate an increasingly mature market.”

Users of the platform can now work offline, facilitated by local storage of their databases. The new system is, according to the announcement, going to be converted to an open-source solution that will allow for the development of customized tools that can better serve individual needs.

The new reporting platform also contains a wallet that is added to end-point ledgers. This provides users with the ability to see which wallets are involved in transactions. End-point currencies have also been added. The announcement further states, “End-points ‘accountTrades’, ‘orderHistory’, ‘fundingOfferHistory’, ‘fundingLoanHistory’ and ‘fundingCreditHistory’ were modified, adding the option to return all the data without filtering by pair/coin when no pair/coin is sent.”

The introduction of the tools coincides with a global effort on the part of regulators to try and prevent tax evasion through cryptocurrencies. More financial authorities around the world are putting pressure on exchanges to have them play a larger role in controlling the cryptocurrency ecosystem. This has resulted in more exchanges, and even some cryptocurrency wallets, adopting policies requiring that their users adhere to Know Your Customer and anti-money laundering regulations.

On October 11, Bitfinex suspended deposits amidst a massive cryptocurrency selloff. As of this writing, deposits are still offline, but withdrawals are reportedly active.

Note: Tokens on the Bitcoin Core (segwit) Chain are Referred to as BTC coins. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is today the only Bitcoin implementation that follows Satoshi Nakamoto’s original whitepaper for Peer to Peer Electronic Cash. Bitcoin BCH is the only major public blockchain that maintains the original vision for Bitcoin as fast, frictionless, electronic cash.

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NASDAQ could launch regulated crypto platform

This past June, NASDAQ CEO Adena Friedman warned about the issues associated with initial coin offerings (ICO). She was referring to the inherent risks associated with the offerings, which have not been forced to adhere to any set regulations. However, the exchange might be prepared to support a different type of ICO, one that is regulated by financial authorities.

According to a report in The Block, the exchange is considering introducing a platform that will allow firms to offer security token offerings (STO). An STO is similar to an ICO, but differs in that all STOs are regulated by authorities. STOs must be registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in the US and are considered tradable assets issued against future profits.

An unidentified source told The Block that the exchange has been in touch with blockchain and cryptocurrency firms, such as the blockchain startup Symbiont, to implement the platform. Through the platform, NASDAQ would issue tokenized securities and offer an STO trading solution.

NASDAQ isn’t the first entity to consider getting into the STO side of the equation. CoinList, which provides STO services to FinTech companies, and Overstock’s tZero are already involved, and angel investment portal AngelList also has an arm dedicated to STOs.

With Friedman at the helm, NASDAQ has been more open than most toward cryptocurrencies. She told CNBC this past April, “Certainly Nasdaq would consider becoming a crypto exchange over time. If we do look at it and say ‘it’s time, people are ready for a more regulated market,’ for something that provides a fair experience for investors.”

At the end of July, the exchange reportedly held meetings in Chicago with several cryptocurrency exchanges. The meeting was allegedly designed to study how to advance cryptocurrency industry and increase awareness on a global scale.

NASDAQ is also reportedly looking to add additional support to its Analytics Hub, a platform that offers information on the buy side of trades and which includes data that is used by investors to make trading decisions. The new tools to be added to Analytics Hub would be designed specifically for the cryptocurrency market.

Note: Tokens on the Bitcoin Core (segwit) Chain are Referred to as BTC coins. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is today the only Bitcoin implementation that follows Satoshi Nakamoto’s original whitepaper for Peer to Peer Electronic Cash. Bitcoin BCH is the only major public blockchain that maintains the original vision for Bitcoin as fast, frictionless, electronic cash.

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CoinGeek Week Conference to feature some of the greatest cryptocurrency minds

CoinGeek is one of the most well-respected organizations working to ensure global adoption of Bitcoin BCH. Its founder, Calvin Ayre, works behind the scenes – and often in front of the curtain, as well – to campaign for developments that will ensure the cryptocurrency follows the correct path toward having it recognized as the legitimate digital currency that it is. The efforts, combined with those of other crypto experts, are helping to shape the future of currency. As part of the campaign to give crypto enthusiasts – as well as the entire merchant community – the ability to understand what is going on with the changing industry and the important role Bitcoin BCH has in retail, CoinGeek has organized its latest cryptocurrency conference, scheduled to be held next month.

The CoinGeek Week Conference was initially slated to be just a one-day event. However, due to consumer demand, it had to be split across three days. It will be held November 28-30 at The Mermaid at Puddle Dock in London, England. The location couldn’t be better – easily accessible by multiple methods of transportation, with a large conference area and incredible views.

November 28 will be dedicated to application developers, those minds that are helping to drive new applications and use cases for cryptocurrency. There will be discussions lead by Joannes Vermorel of Lokad and the Money Button’s Ryan X. Charles, as well as others, on the exciting opportunities of blockchain development. Stick around after the day’s events for a networking conference that will give attendees the opportunity to meet new associates and expand their business circles.

November 29, Day 2, will focus on merchants. The day will provide invaluable insight from a number of experts on how merchants can benefit from Bitcoin BCH and how it can help any retailer increase their bottom line. Opening a business to accept Bitcoin BCH payments is as simple as opening a cash register drawer and the rewards are tremendous. A networking opportunity will follow the activities of the day – a perfect opportunity to expand business relationships and forge new alliances to see your business grow.

November 30 is about the future. Cryptocurrencies are here to stay – this is an undeniable fact. Getting involved now will make a difference in a business’s operations down the road and the information presented today will be the best way to prepare for tomorrow. Following the conference, there will be a Calvin Ayre-hosted after party for those who attended all three days. CoinGeek after parties are the ultimate gatherings and are not easily forgotten.

Don’t wait to purchase your tickets. Discounts are available to those who purchase tickets to all three days, but space is limited and time is running out. Tickets are available for purchase with Bitcoin BCH or through Eventbrite if you want to pay with a credit or debit card.

Note: Tokens on the Bitcoin Core (segwit) Chain are Referred to as BTC coins. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is today the only Bitcoin implementation that follows Satoshi Nakamoto’s original whitepaper for Peer to Peer Electronic Cash. Bitcoin BCH is the only major public blockchain that maintains the original vision for Bitcoin as fast, frictionless, electronic cash.

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BitPay now accepts Bitcoin BCH payments through CoinText

The CoinText Bitcoin BCH wallet was only introduced a few months ago. However, it has continued to innovate and gain a significant user base, most recently expanding into Israel, Palestine and Hong Kong. Now, the wallet’s developers have taken things a step further and have announced that users can make BitPay invoices payments with the wallet.

CoinText works differently than other wallets. It allows a wallet user to send Bitcoin BCH to anyone using either a Bitcoin BCH address or a telephone number. It has received substantial praise for being able to provide cryptocurrency functionality to those where the Internet is not present and for providing a method for individuals to still be able to conduct business in the event that the Internet goes down.

With the latest integration, Bitcoin BCH adoption and acceptance gets a little easier. Any time there are more options to make payments, the ecosystem benefits. Typically, making BitPay payments isn’t a hassle, but having the CoinText option ensures that there is more flexibility and a secondary system in place, should it be needed.

Through the new feature, CoinText wallet users can freely spend Bitcoin BCH at any retailer that uses BitPay through a simple SMS text message. Depending on where the user and retailer are located, this is a huge advantage, as some malls in certain countries, for example, have no Internet access, or a saturation issue that makes it difficult to connect in a timely manner.

An individual doesn’t need to have a CoinText wallet to receive a transfer. If Bitcoin BCH is sent to a phone number that’s stored in a smartphone’s address book, CoinText will automatically create the wallet and deposit the currency. From there, that user will also be provided a link to instructions on how to use cryptocurrency and the wallet.

The addition of the BitPay support may not seem like a big deal to crypto enthusiasts in Western countries, but it should definitely be a huge success in developing and third-world countries. It’s another example of how cryptocurrencies – especially Bitcoin BCH – are continuing to develop and an important step to expand adoption of Bitcoin BCH, the only cryptocurrency that has maintained a retail focus among the digital currencies now available.

CoinText is now available in the US, 16 countries in the European Union, South Africa, Mexico, Chile, Hong Kong, Israel and Palestine. Its beauty is in its simplicity and the ability to literally reach anyone, anywhere in the world with nothing more than a phone number.

Note: Tokens on the Bitcoin Core (segwit) Chain are Referred to as BTC coins. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is today the only Bitcoin implementation that follows Satoshi Nakamoto’s original whitepaper for Peer to Peer Electronic Cash. Bitcoin BCH is the only major public blockchain that maintains the original vision for Bitcoin as fast, frictionless, electronic cash.

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Goldman Sachs-backed Circle buys SeedInvest

Goldman Sachs-backed cryptocurrency company Circle is now the proud owner of an equity crowdfunding platform. The firm has reportedly purchased SeedInvest as part of its plan to become a complete blockchain-based financial company.

Circle reportedly acquired SeedInvest last week, according to an announcement on the company’s website. The acquisition is seen as a strategic move by the company, which also bought Poloniex earlier this year, toward a loftier goal of being a central hub for any type of crypto activity. Circle has also launched its own stablecoin, the US Dollar coin, as part of that plan.

Circle indicated, “The SeedInvest product includes many of the end-to-end capabilities needed for executing regulated crowdfunding, including startup due diligence, securities issuance, investor accreditation, payments and securities custody, as well as a broad range of innovative tools for startups to market their crowdfunding offerings online in a compliant fashion. With the merger and approval from key regulators, these capabilities will be expanded to support crypto-denominated investments including using fiat stablecoins such as USDC, as well as issuing and offering tokenized securities.”

Jeremy Allaire, the company’s CEO, expects that there will be a huge migration toward blockchain technology by all financial institutions within the next couple of years. He told CNBC in an interview recently that, “if we zoom out, there’s going to be this tokenization of everything.” He further predicts that “eventually these marketplaces will have tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of assets — so the next piece was a broker dealer.”

SeedInvest CEO Ryan Feit asserts that the platform’s strategy is similar to that of blockchain startups looking for funds. He said of the crowdfunding platform, “we’re chasing a similar vision of changing the way businesses raise capital. It’s a different form of enabling companies to raise money, and another form of alternative assets for investors.”

The acquisition of SeedInvest is only in its early stage. In its announcement, Circle indicates that it has signed a definite agreement to buy the company, but adds, “This acquisition and planned new offerings are subject to FINRA [Financial Regulatory Authority] approval.”

New York-based SeedInvest is reportedly the largest equity crowdfunding platform in the US. It has a network of more than 200,000 investors and has generated “triple-digit annual revenue growth.” In its “Inc. 500 List,” Inc. Magazine ranks the company as the fourth fastest-growing financial services firm in the US.

Note: Tokens on the Bitcoin Core (segwit) Chain are Referred to as BTC coins. Bitcoin Cash (BCH) is today the only Bitcoin implementation that follows Satoshi Nakamoto’s original whitepaper for Peer to Peer Electronic Cash. Bitcoin BCH is the only major public blockchain that maintains the original vision for Bitcoin as fast, frictionless, electronic cash.

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