Bitcoin

Bitcoin y Blockchain obligan cada vez a más Bancos Centrales a adoptar monedas digitales by @CriptoNoticias

Bitcoin y Blockchain obligan cada vez a más Bancos Centrales a adoptar monedas digitales by @CriptoNoticias     Por Valeska Escobar Dic 2016. El mundo tecnológico está en constante evolución y no es sorprendente que las tecnologías “invadan” todos los aspectos de la vida del ser humano, incluyendo por su supuesto la economía. De esta manera, Bitcoin y la Tecnología Blockchain han estado revolucionando desde los negocios y el sistema financiero hasta las compañías de seguros, e incluso las formas de distribución de energía, entre otros sectores de la industria global. La tecnología lanzada por Satoshi Nakamoto (como se hace llamar a sí mismo su misterioso creador) dio pie a un sin número de aplicaciones y usos. Además de Bitcoin, la Blockchain ha servido para la creación de otras criptomonedas, y estas se han vuelto muy populares y útiles para pequeños –y grandes– problemas en transacciones con dinero, sobre todo aquellas de índole internacional. Sin embargo, tanto bitcoin como otras monedas digitales, son frecuentemente asociadas al mercado negro y a la Deep Web. Mostrar detalle

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Russia

According to Forbes, Russia Economic Power Shrinking, Losing Market Share (2017)

According to Forbes, Russia Economic Power Shrinking, Losing Market Share (2017)     Russia's economic power is shrinking, and with the world's oil and gas glut, its chief export is starting lose market share in Europe. A new government report on Russia's economic output next year shows tepid growth in 2017, and not much to write home about for the next two years either. "We will continue to lose our share in the world economy and in fact be weaker," says Kirill Tremasov, head of the Department of Macroeconomic Forecasting at the Ministry of Economic Development. Tremasov expects 2017 oil prices to average around $41 per barrel, hurting GDP growth but at least keeping inflation in check. Following negative growth this year, Tremasov expects growth of 0.7% in 2017, with an average growth rate between 2017-2019 of around 1.5%. "We need a growth rate of at least 3.5%," Tremasov said. Mostrar detalle

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Economy

Uruguay es libre y soberano y no está sometido a ninguna presión en el #MerCoSur.

Uruguay es libre y soberano y no está sometido a ninguna presión en el #MerCoSur.     El presidente Tabaré Vázquez dijo este mediodía luego del Consejo de Ministros que la situación que atraviesa el Mercosur "es preocupante". Sin embargo, asegur? que Uruguay no se siente "solo" y que se está "en un terreno de respeto a la normativa y abiertos al diálogo con los otros países". Señal? también que Uruguay es "libre y soberano", que actúa "con seriedad y responsabilidad" y que "no está sometido a ningún tipo de presiones" del resto de los países del bloque. Mostrar detalle

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Egypt economy

Nov. 12 2016.- $12 billion loan to salvage Egypt

Nov. 12 2016.- $12 billion loan to salvage Egypt     CAIRO, Nov. 12 (UPI) -- The International Monetary Fund approved a $12 billion loan for Egypt, an effort to revive the country's struggling economy by "restoring stability and confidence in the economy, and implementing structural reforms that will create jobs," officials said. The approval allows for the first installment of the three-year loan, $2.75 billion, to be immediately disbursed. The remainder of the loan will be phased in over the duration of the program, subject to five reviews, the IMF said. Mostrar detalle

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The Economist

Who is Ricardo Hausmann

Who is Ricardo Hausmann     Ricardo Hausmann is Director of Harvard's Center for International Development and Professor of the Practice of Economic Development at the Kennedy School of Government. Previously, he served as the first Chief Economist of the Inter-American Development Bank (1994-2000), where he created the Research Department. He has served as Minister of Planning of Venezuela (1992-1993) and as a member of the Board of the Central Bank of Venezuela. He also served as Chair of the IMF-World Bank Development Committee. He was Professor of Economics at the Instituto de Estudios Superiores de Administracion (IESA) (1985-1991) in Caracas, where he founded the Center for Public Policy. His research interests include issues of growth, macroeconomic stability, international finance, and the social dimensions of development. He holds a PhD in economics from Cornell University. Mostrar detalle

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Making decisions

The way Elon Musk uses to make decisions.

The way Elon Musk uses to make decisions.     Utilizing a decision tree does not require a PhD. All that's needed is a basic understanding of probability. Here's a step-by-step process you can follow to use the principles in your decision making: Understand the different outcomes that could happen (both positive and negative) Calculate the expected return or loss of each outcome: Attach a probability to each outcome Understanding the magnitude of the return or loss Multiple the probability by the magnitude (probability of winning * value of win) - (probability of losing * cost of the loss) Add up and subtract all of the expected returns and losses To get started you don't need to know the exact probabilities. Just following the process will give you unique insights you wouldn't have had otherwise (i.e., the power of unlikely big bets and the risk of Russian roulette decisions). Mostrar detalle

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Cryptocurrencies

How Cryptocurrencies Are Turning The Traditional Venture Capital Model on Its Head

How Cryptocurrencies Are Turning The Traditional Venture Capital Model on Its Head     The decentralization effects of blockchain-based cryptocurrencies are hitting the venture capital industry in more ways than one. Whereas the traditional venture capital industry is boring, the crypto-tech industry has become more exciting. Actually, I see the two models as diametrically opposed: one is a closed market, dominated by command-and-control practices, led by a few rich people on Sand Hill Road. The other is a widely open global market where anyone can play, and where the gains and risks are more evenly distributed. This has led to a re-thinking of how startups who are operating in the blockchain space can raise money, and it has potential implications that will revamp the relationships that venture capital firms can hope to strike with these startups. As an investor, advisor or board member, I have been closely associated with a variety of early stage companies that are tackling the innovation explosion around cryptocurrency and blockchain-based models, and have had the fortunate insights of seeing where we might be headed. Mostrar detalle

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Forecast

Arab Monetary Fund Forecast 2017, 2018: Economy And Oil

Arab Monetary Fund Forecast 2017, 2018: Economy And Oil     According to an Arab Monetary Fund analysis, most of the Arab oil-exporting countries have had to readjust owing to unfavorable global economic developments. As for economic growth expectations for 2017, the Arab economies are expected to see a reduced growth of 2.3 percent in 2017 and 2.8 percent in 2018, reflecting the decline in the growth rate of the Arab oil-exporting countries to 1.8 percent through the OPEC production adjustment. Growth in the Gulf Cooperation Council countries is expected to reach 1.7 percent in 2017 compared to 1.9 percent in 2016. Mostrar detalle

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Labor

DEC 2016 YELLEN: The class of 2016 is entering the strongest job market in a decade by @AkinOyedele

DEC 2016 YELLEN: The class of 2016 is entering the strongest job market in a decade by @AkinOyedele     Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen on Monday took another victory lap for the US labor market. At the University of Baltimore's commencement, Yellen said that although there are still challenges, the jobs market is the strongest it has been in a decade. "The short version of what I have to say is that while I expect workers will continue to face some challenges in the coming years, I believe, for two reasons, that the job prospects and career opportunities for new graduates at this time are very good," Yellen said. Mostrar detalle

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Economy

China's choices narrowing as it burns through FX reserves to support yuan

China's choices narrowing as it burns through FX reserves to support yuan     SINGAPORE (Reuters) - As China’s foreign exchange reserves threaten to tumble below the critical $3 trillion mark, the biggest fear for investors is not whether Beijing can continue to defend the yuan but whether it will set off a vicious cycle of more outflows and currency depreciation. Data this week is expected to show China’s forex reserves precariously perched just above $3 trillion at end-December, the lowest level since February 2011, according to a Reuters poll. While the world's second-largest economy still has the largest stash of forex reserves by far, it has been churning through them rapidly since August 2015, when it stunned global investors by devaluing the yuan CNY=CFXS and moving to what it promised would be a slightly freer and more transparent currency regime. Mostrar detalle

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