Congratulations to our agent Victoria and her sellers.
1036 N NORMANDIE AVE
LOS ANGELES CA 90029
Sold for $1,229,000
Great upside potential on this conveniently located fourplex! Four townhouse units, three bedrooms two baths each. Low maintenance building with long standing tenants. All units have tankless water heaters. Tenants have been renting the units for at least 8+ years and are very stable.
Former Nr.1 female tennis player Caroline Wozniacki signed an agreement on Thursday with Singapore-based Global Crypto Offering Exchange (GCOX) to develop her own token, Reuters reports. The firm claims to be the world’s first licensed celebrity token exchange. By holding the tokens created on behalf of Wozniacki, the fans will be able to have better interaction with her.
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Happy Friday, cheers to the weekend🍻! Happy for both our clients who are officially under attorney review. One outbid numerous offers in Califon, NJ and one beat out 12 offers on their future home in Elizabeth, NJ. Busy week for us but all worth it in the end. Have a great weekend 🤗
The global watchdog for money laundering will set up its first rules on oversight of cryptocurrencies by June, a major step towards creating international standards for an asset currently subject to patchy regulations.
The Paris-based Financial Action Task Force (FATF) said on Friday jurisdictions worldwide will be required to license or regulate cryptocurrency exchanges and some firms providing encrypted wallets, to help stamp out the use of digital money for money laundering, terrorism financing or other crimes.
The five-person company developed a margin trading protocol based on the computing network Ethereum. It aims to allow people to create new cryptocurrency-related financial products, like interest-generating loans, short sells, or leveraged long positions. Unlike the world of traditional finance, the technology requires no broker to act as a trusted intermediary. “Decentralized finance will be first real application of blockchain technology,” said Antonio Juliano, dYdX’s founder, on a call with Fortune. He described the evolution of the technology thusly: Blockchains began with Bitcoin, or decentralized money. Then they enabled the creation of decentralized exchanges, such as the 0x and Kyber projects, which let people swap virtual tokens without needing a centralized exchange, like Coinbase, in the middle.
Now Juliano sees an opening for tools built on these foundations. “The next logical thing is derivatives,” said Juliano, who formerly worked as an engineer at Coinbase and Uber. These sorts of financial contracts will improve upon the “primitive” way cryptocurrency trading is done today, he said, and will lead to “less volatility in the underlying market.” Juliano’s dYdX project combines so-called smart contracts from Ethereum, which help automate financial deal-making, with the trade settlement features offered by decentralized exchanges, in this case 0x, to create derivatives. These derivatives can help traders hedge risk, speculate in new ways, and ultimately smooth out see-sawing markets, he said.
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