3726 Bitcoin to Norwegian Krone or convert 3726 BTC to NOK

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I wanna sell my bitcoin and ethereum to fiat currency. what is the fastest and safest way you know of?
What is best way to sell bitcoin for NOK?
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In other news, bitcoin stable in NOK due to strong dollar.

The Norwegian Kroner is dropping in value compared to dollar.
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Local supplier for E2 powder in NO: østrogen.net

On alibaba, you can buy large amounts of powder for less than 2 USD per gram. But most people do not need large amounts: at 3 mg per day, one gram is enough for almost 3 years!!! However, 50 USD of shipping costs mean it's not worth buying so little.
But what if a few of us could keep a few grams as a spares, and sell them or give them away to people in need, using regular letters inside each country? (so no customs need to be involved)
Likewise, after brewing a batch, what if some of us could sell or give away their extra production of spray and gel?
We have recipes here, so everybody can become a Lena or an Otoko!!! That seems like a very cool idea!!
Personally, I will abstain, as I don't trust my brewing skills enough to put anyone life at risk, except mine.
But when looking around, by chance I already found one such supplier for Norway: https://østrogen.net/produkter.html ; 2g : 1500 NOK (paid in bitcoin)
I think this is wonderful, and I would like to encourage whoever else feels comfortable in their skills to do the same and share their compounds and their production, either for profit or for free!
Personally, I'd prefer if people would sell, as profit is the best motivators to make sure they don't get tired and stop sharing, and to protect themselves from being abused by greedy leeches. But that's just my personal opinion. Anything goes!
So if you have E2 powder or final products to sell or give, make a post listing yourself as a local supplier. A new flair was created to help with that.
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Wife of Norwegian billionaire has been missing since Oct. 31st 2018. She is presumed kidnapped and/or killed. There was a ransom note left at the crime scene, demanding 9 million Euros in crypto currency. What happened to Anne-Elisabeth Hagen?

So.. I have been waiting for months for someone to write about this case here, and since no one has I suppose I’ll have to give it a shot. This is my first reddit post so mishaps are bound to happen, English is not my first language, apologies for any mistakes, etc… (is this a meme yet?) Edit: wow, holy crap! I didn't expect to be given gold! Thank you kind stranger!
Edit: I have added more to the bottom of this post to clear up some confusion or add more important information that I missed the first time.
Anne-Elisabeth Falkevik Hagen (68) is the wife of Norwegian billionaire Tom Hagen, an investor and co-founder of a company called Elkraft. They married young, only 19 years old, before Hagen made his fortune. Although Hagen is now one of Norway’s richest people, the 172nd richest according to financial magazine Kapital, he and his wife have seemingly led unassuming, quiet lives. From an outsiders perspective they seem like the kind of billionaires you could only hope to be if you ever found yourself in such financial luck, grounded and down to earth, living in the same house for almost 40 years, in a suburb of Oslo called Lørenskog. Tom drives a simple Citroën car. They are parents and grandparents. You would never look at them and think "ah, rich people!".
Their house looks like any suburban Norwegian home, there’s nothing flashy or noteworthy about it. No extra security surrounding the area either. There are no gated communities in Norway, but there are still security measures one can take, and probably should take if you’re that rich, and the fact that they hadn’t might have been one of the reasons Anne-Elisabeth was targeted.
This case reads more like a Hollywood movie than an actual crime case to me, because we don’t really have crime like this in Norway. The police kept the alleged kidnapping a secret until January 9th. Since then little pieces of information have come out or developments have happened in the case, but Anne-Elisabeth is still missing. The police now presumes she has been killed, perhaps even on the day she disappeared. Her family, who speaks to the media through their lawyer, still holds out hope that she might be alive.

I’ll try to keep everything precise and easy to follow:
Because of the threats in the letter, the police can’t go out with any information regarding Anne-Elisabeth’s disappearance. They have to work very carefully and quietly in their home to secure evidence from the crime scene. KRIPOS (The National Criminal Investigation Service) and ØKOKRIM (National Authority for Investigation and Prosecution of Economic and Environmental Crime in Norway) get involved.
The police finds traces of Anne-Elisabeths blood inside the house, as well as a shoe print. It is unclear whether or not the blood was from the day of the disappearance. The amount of blood found is reportedly “not unusual” because she lived there, which I take to mean it was very little.
Tom Hagen continues to go to work, people describe him as unsociable and desolate during this period. Neighbors are told Anne-Elisabeth is “away”, and family members are kept in the dark as well. At the end of November family members are starting to feel like something is going on. Finally they find out that Anne-Elisabeth is missing, and there are talks of a kidnapping. No one is allowed to say anything.
The investigation is still top secret.
January 9th
The police finally allow the media to talk about the case. Norwegian media have known about it for a long time but have been told not to say anything yet. The apparent kidnapping is announced in a press conference after 10 weeks of utmost secrecy.
A few days after the press conference, the police releases a video of the area around Tom Hagen's workplace. A man can be seen walking down the road next to Tom’s place of work at 7:36am on the morning of the crime. He then abruptly stops and turns around to walk back the same way from where he came.
24 minutes later, another man can be seen walking down the same way. He is passed by a cyclist, who has been identified. The two other men have never come forward. It has been theorised that these two men might have been a look-out of sorts.
January 16th
The family receives a new message from the person or people who claim to have Anne-Elisabeth. This message is recieved through crypto currency (bitcoin this time). I’m not quite sure how this works, but from what I’ve read it’s a difficult and insufficient way to communicate.
January 27th
The family again is in communication with the alleged kidnappers.
Some people find it curious at this point that these alleged kidnappers have been unwilling to communicate with the family during the ten weeks of secrecy, but now that the world knows, they are willing to talk. Who is behind this, exactly? Professional criminals who saw an opportunity after the article in Dagens Næringsliv was published and they realised the man in question lives completely unprotected? A family member? Enemies of Tom Hagen? Could it be Tom himself? Who would want to hurt this woman? Rumours are spreading.
The police advice the family not to pay the ransom unless they receive evidence of Anne-Elisabeth’s well-being. This is stressed in every press conference, both in Norwegian and English. The family is hopeful that proof will now be provided, seeing as the alleged kidnappers are now willing to talk, albeit very little. However, they receive nothing.
The police interviews a lot of people, including business partners of Tom’s.
After a long Norwegian winter, the police wants to search the lake right next to Tom and Anne-Elisabeth’s house. They employ a police dog specialized in search in water (the same dog who helped in the Kim Wall case). It’s unclear whether or not they actually find anything during this search. Certainly no body or anything like that.
The family decides to attempt contacting the alleged kidnappers themselves. They haven’t heard anything at all since January 27th. No evidence of Anne-Elisabeth’s well-being has been provided, and none is provided this time either.
The police officially changes their main hypothesis. They now believe Anne-Elisabeth was murdered, and not kidnapped for financial gain. They believe the ransom note as well as any evidence found in the house might have been staged to look like a kidnapping.
More surprisingly, the police officially cancels any further search of the two men seen in the surveillance video outside of Tom Hagen’s work the morning of Anne-Elisabeth’s disappearance. They still have not been identified and it is unknown why the police now believes them not to be involved.
July 8th
The family lawyer Svein Holden receives an e-mail from the dark web. It is written in Norwegian, and the writing style suggests that it may have been written by the same person who penned the ransom note. According to Svein Holden this e-mail contains information that only a perpetrator would know. The message of this e-mail is as follows: in order to receive evidence of Anne-Elisabeth being alive, the family has to pay.
It is again commented on by outsiders how odd it is that this message is received now, five months after the previous one, and right after the police changed their main hypothesis.
Tom Hagen decides to pay 1.3 million Euros in crypto currency. He receives nothing in return.
The shoe print found at the crime scene is sent for analysis to police all over Europe. German police finds out that the print belongs to a shoe by the brand Sprox, and is in European size 45. It is sold in Norway at Sparkjøp. The police now requests help from the public, and everyone who have purchased these shoes in cash is encouraged to come forward.
The cable tie left at the crime scene has been analysed and has been found to be produced in China and sold in Norway at Biltema.
Both Biltema and Sparkjøp are fairly common stores in Norway.
The police have now also analysed the paper the ransom note was written on and the envelope it came in. It was purchased at Clas Ohlson, another common store in Norway. All three stores tied to this case are located in Romerike, the district in which Tom and Anne-Elisabeth Hagen lives.
It’s closing in on a year since Anne-Elisabeth disappeared without a trace. The entire country is awaiting answers. The 25th of October would have been Tom and Anne-Elisabeth’s Golden wedding anniversary. On Thursday the 31st, 365 days have passed since this all happened. But it is not a Halloween tale, it is real life. What happened to her? Where is she? Could she still be alive after all this time?
Edited to add more information or clear up some confusing things:
I'll continue to update if I see common questions or there's anything else I remember!

Sources (unfortunately mostly in Norwegian):https://www.vg.no/spesial/2019/lorenskog-forsvinningen-ett-aa?maaned=sommer2018 https://www.vg.no/nyheteinnenriks/i/KvJ6lG/frigir-film-fra-forsvinningsdagen-frykter-ektemannen-ble-holdt-under-oppsikt https://www.dn.no/marked/tom-hagen/strom/eiendom/tom-hagen-tjente-174-millioner-pa-strom-og-eiendom-i-fjo2-1-387353 https://www.cbsnews.com/news/norway-billionaires-wife-anne-elisabeth-falkevik-hagen-being-held-for-ransom/
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06-30 13:54 - 'Who wants to trade bitcoin? I am looking for fiat.' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/FikerGaming removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-9min

I wanna trade bitcoin, I am looking for NOK or USD. either trough Paypal or direct bank transfer
Who wants to trade bitcoin? I am looking for fiat.
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Number crunching/Deep learning machine needed

I have tried to build my own, but it appears like I've gotten rusty in this. It has also reached prices beyond my expectations. But I want to keep it for about 7-10 years.
What will you be doing with this PC? Be as specific as possible, and include specific games or programs you will be using.
I don't plan to use this for gaming or bitcoin mining. I will process a lot of text from external sources, compute numbers, and train some deep learning models.
What is your maximum budget before rebates/shipping/taxes?
4000 USD / 36000 NOK.
When do you plan on building/buying the PC? Note: beyond a week or two from today means any build you receive will be out of date when you want to buy.
What, exactly, do you need included in the budget? (ToweOS/monitokeyboard/mouse/etc)
Things I would want:
CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 3950X (or something fast that has 16+ cores; I will run highly parallel jobs) GPU: GeForce RTX 2080 Ti (large memory is preferred) Memory: 32GB (or more) Motherboard: Preferably an X570 with PCIe 4.0 NVMe support. WiFi would be nice, because there is no network cabling around that area. USB-C heads would be nice, but not required. Case: USB-C is required. I prefer white, silvegrey, but black would be fine as well. No disc drive needed. Storage: NVMe (1 TB should be enough for me, I suppose). I already have an SSD inside my old machine. PSU: 850W or higher would be good. I have plans to install another card in that. Fans: I have no idea how many I need, nor where to mount them. Something less noisy would be nice. If water cooling is less-noisy and comparable in terms of pricing, I can go for water cooling.
Which country (and state/province) will you be purchasing the parts in? If you're in US, do you have access to a Microcenter location?
If reusing any parts (including monitor(s)/keyboard/mouse/etc), what parts will you be reusing? Brands and models are appreciated.
SSD (Samsung evo 850), keyboard, mouse, monitor. Brands of those don't matter.
Will you be overclocking? If yes, are you interested in overclocking right away, or down the line? CPU and/or GPU?
Most likely, no. However, it appears like both the CPU and the GPU can be overclocked to a certain extent.
Are there any specific features or items you want/need in the build? (ex: SSD, large amount of storage or a RAID setup, CUDA or OpenCL support, etc)
CUDA and OpenCL support would be required. I already have an SSD. But an NVMe drive is needed.
Do you have any specific case preferences (Size like ITX/microATX/mid-towefull-tower, styles, colors, window or not, LED lighting, etc), or a particular color theme preference for the components?
I don't like LED lighting. I prefer white, silver or grey cases. Size doesn't matter as long as I can place 2 full size PCIe cards in that. I don't like window, but don't mind if a cheap model has that.
Do you need a copy of Windows included in the budget? If you do need one included, do you have a preference?
No. It will run Linux.
Extra info or particulars:
Nothing apart from those.
I would be very happy, if you could help me build something along these lines.
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On the topic of Bitcoin and currencies name confusion (Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin SV, Bitcoin BTC, Ethereum ETH, Ethereum ETC..)

The topic of cryptocurrencies name confusion come back regularly.
It is often presented as a proof that Bitcoin Cash is trying to mislead newbie and steal the “Bitcoin” brand.
While I agree currencies sharing similar name can be confusing, the situation is not new and in reality extremely common.
It is the norm, not the exception.
It is actually relatively rare to have a currency with unique, non-shared name.
Any peoples with only a bit of knowledge should know this situation exist and be prepared for it when trading currencies whatever it is crypto or regular FIAT.
If anything crypto have shown so far a remarkable consistency. (Somewhat surprising as crypto are open source project while FIAT currencies are state enforced)
Here I collect some examples, the list is pretty exhaustive fell free to let me know if you have other examples I will add them to the list.
US Dollars USD
Australian Dollar AUD
New Zealand NZD
Barbadian dollars BBD
Bermudian dollars BMD
Brunian dollars BND
Bahamian dollars BSD
Belizean dollars BZD
Canadian dollars CAD
Finjian dollars FJD
Taiwan new dollars TWD
Britsh pounds GBP
Egyptian pounds EGP
Falkland island pounds FKP
Guerney pounds GGP
Gibraltar pounds GIP
Isle of man pounds IMP
Jersey pounds JE Lebanese pounds LBP
Sudanese pounds SDG
Saint Helenian pounds SHP
Syrian pounds SYP
Argentinian Pesos ARS
Chilan Pesos CLP
Combian Pesos COP
Cuban Pesos CUC
Dominican Pesos DOP
Mexican Pesos MXP
Philipine Pesos PHP
Uruguayan Pesos UYU
Belaruzian rubles BYB
Russian rubles RUB
Nowegian Krona NOK
Swedish Krona SEK
Danish Krona DKK
Icelandic Krona ISK
Croatian Krona HRK
Czeck Krona CZK
French francs (dead)
Swiss francs CHF
Francs CFA XOF
Burudian francs BIF
Congolese francs CDF
Djibutian francs DJF
Guinean francs GNF
Comorian francs KMF
Rwanda francs RWF
Bahraini Dinars BHD
Algerian Dinars DZD
Iraqi Dinars IQD
Jordanian Dinars JOD
Kuwaiti Dinars KWD
Lybian Dinars LYD
Serbian Dinars RSD
Tunisian Dinars TND
Kenyan shillings KES
Somali shillings SOS
Tanzanian shillings TZD
Ugandan shillings UGX
Indian rupees INR
Sri lankan rupees LKR
Mauritian rupees MUR
Nepalese rupees NPR
Pakistan rupees PKR
Seychellois rupees SCR
Indonesian rupiahs IPR
I recommend to link this post next time you encounter this argument again.
I think there is no need wasting energy debating such points.
It is a normal characteristics of currencies and while possibly annoying it has to be accepted (and is simply unavoidable).
Edit: format hate me
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Not your keys, not your coins! The biggest Norwegian cryptocurrency exchange bitcoinsnorway.com says funds have been stolen because of a vulnerability in the AlphaPoint software and it will sell all its cryptocurrency holdings and send fiat equal to customers balance from may 7, 2019.

This exchange was the biggest in Norway and a traditional exchange in terms of having orderbooks and customer funds both fiat and crypto and they had Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash and Litecoin, with fiat currencies NOK, USD and EUR.
All the news about this is so far only in Norwegian but I can help with some translation and summarize this.
Yesterday all customers in Bitcoins Norge / Bitcoins Norway got an email regarding attacks on may 7 of 2019 because of a vulnerability in the AlphaPoint software that somehow AlphaPoint had informed them about and yet they continued operations until July 1, 2019 before deciding to close down the exchange as AlphaPoint was unresponsive in solving the issue. You can read the email in full on their facebook page where they have also published it, although its in Norwegian only: https://www.facebook.com/Bitcoinsnorway/posts/2384228571620303
Big Norwegian online newspapers have written a lot about this case so far (source https://www.reddit.com/BitcoinNO/comments/c7x0j7/dataangrep_på_alphapoint_bitcoins_norge_kunders/esiccn9):
Fra selskapet selv:
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Kryptosvindel i familien - hva gjør jeg nå?

Kort fortalt så har far i familien (jeg er sønn), som den ubeskrivelige kronidioten han er, falt for verdens dårligste Bitcoin-svindel, og tappet både sin egen og mammas konto over de siste 5 månedene. Det er snakk om beløp på opp mot 1 million totalt, hvor det verste er at nesten alle pengene som mamma hadde på sin sparekonto (ca 800.000), også er forsvunnet. Dette oppdaget hun i dag. Dette er ikke rike folk, de er begge minstepensjonister og mesteparten av de 800.000 mamma hadde var hennes del fra salget av barndomshjemmet hennes for en del år siden.
Dette har han kunnet gjøre siden hun har hennes konto knyttet til hans BankID på noe vis. Jeg stusset jo på dette, men de er begge over 70 år og har vært gift i 40 av dem så dette er kanskje ikke en så uvanlig ordning. Han har hatt kodebrikken og ordnet med å betale regninger, hun har stolt på ham.
Etter å blitt konfrontert med dette av meg i dag nekter han selvsagt for at han gjort noe dumt. Hun virker å være i sjokk og sier bare ting som "jaja, vi får snakke med banken i morra". Dessverre stoler hun nok på at banken ordner opp - noe jeg tviler på.
Problemet her er at han nesten må ha gitt dem tilgang på hennes bankkonto. Hun hadde i overkant av 820.000 kroner der, og 800.000 har blitt overført i èn transaksjon, signert med hans BankID.
Jeg snoket på PCen hans, og fant da at han også hadde satt over minst 120.000 av sine egne penger fordelt på 3 transaksjoner siden desember i fjor. Om det var noe før det vet jeg ikke. Siden det er snakk om er https://www.litefintech.io/, som er en innlysende scam. Jeg logget meg inn på "kontoen" hans der, hvor jeg fant transaksjonene, men selvsagt ikke noe tegn til at det har foregått reell trading med pengene. Jeg fant også noen eposter der han har snakket med "noen" - innlysende falske gmail-kontoer da de kommuniserer på gebrokkent engelsk og ber ham sende penger og gi over bankinformasjon, noe han har da må ha gjort. Det var to av disse, resten av epostene har han kontinuerlig slettet, innboksen var tom.
Han har "fått tilbake" rundt 3.000 kroner på disse drøye 3 månedene som har gått. Babler selvfølgelig om at dette bare en trading, at noen driver og trader for ham og at de 3.000 er gevinst, helt i sin egen verden og umulig å nå gjennom til. Jeg kan jo på 5 sekunder slå fast at dette ikke er tilfellet.
Jeg er i en seriøs "hva gjør jeg nå" knipe. De to skal nå visst ned i banken i morra tidlig, men jeg er redd for at svaret kommer til å bli at dette kan vi ikke gjøre noe med, da han har delt ut påloggingsinformasjon frivillig. Han sier han nekter å i det hele tatt gå i banken dersom jeg blir med.
EDIT: Det viser seg nå at han har vært i banken pga. "svindel" og fått visstnok fått refundert noen penger før. Jeg har ikke flere detaljer, men det er jo jævlig dårlig av banken og godkjenne flere store utenlandstransaksjoner når han allerede har vist idiotisk oppførsel spør du meg.
EDIT 2: Jeg har klart å sette samme brikkene i dette puslespillet nå. Det som har skjedd, er at han har overført rundt 110.000 av sine egne penger til "LiteFinTech". Han har så purret på noen (vet ikke hvem, da han som nevnt har slettet det meste av epost), og etterhvert blitt frustrert og forsøkt å få pengene tilbake.
Da han ikke fikk noe mer enn de ca. 3.000 tok idioten på nytt saken i egne hender og klarte å bli svindlet på nytt. Tydeligvis av en annen web-front i form av folk som fremstår som om de skal hjelpe til med å få tilbake de opprinnelige pengene. Fra et firma registrert på Seychellene. Det er her han har klart å gi fra seg innlogging til nettbanken, og de på andre siden traff virkelig jackpot da de tok de 800.000 mamma hadde stående på sin konto.


De har funnet mottakerens bank, som heldigvis var i Norge (Sbanken). De fikk derfor fryst deler av beløpet der, men noe har allerede blitt flyttet over på sperrede kontoer. Sbanken krever derfor anmeldelse av forholdet som svindel før de går videre.
Sitter og legger inn anmeldelsen nå. Påskestemningen er ganske drept, men heldigvis ser det ikke ut til å bli totalt tap i det minste. Vi vet ikke hvor mye de har fått fryst ennå.
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Revealed: How Bitcoin Is Taking Flight With Norwegian Air

Revealed: How Bitcoin Is Taking Flight With Norwegian Air
Article by Forbes: Martin Rivers
When Norwegian Air Shuttle launched budget flights to America in 2013, it forced the airline industry to look again at a market segment dismissed by many pundits as commercially fanciful: low-cost long-haul flying.
Six years on, it’s hard to say whether the gamble has paid off. The airline’s balance sheet is weaker than when it only served short-haul markets. Early competitors like WOW Air and Primera Air have collapsed. Yet Norwegian’s Boeing 787 Dreamliners still criss-cross the Atlantic daily – holding their own against a new breed of low-cost long-haul services run by Europe’s legacy carriers.
The decision by Norwegian’s founder, Bjørn Kjos, to relinquish financial and managerial control of the company has meanwhile put a younger generation of executives – including his son, Lars Ola Kjos – in charge of strategic planning.
And their opening gambit appears no less ambitious or transformative than the elder Kjos’s foray into long-haul operations.
A world away from the business of flight, Norwegian has invested in a cryptocurrency exchange, Norwegian Block Exchange (NBX), which is due to open its virtual doors next month. NBX will make cryptocurrency the most attractive payment channel for Norwegian’s flights – offering discounted fares and blockchain-encoded perks in a bid to hasten what management see as the inevitable decline of the old-world banking system.
More immediately, the airline believes this shift to digital currencies will cut costs and release it from the stranglehold of financial middlemen.
“Now that we have made the exchange, we see that it could be the heart of a complete new ecosystem,” Stig Aleksander Kjos-Mathisen, NBX’s managing director and the son-in-law of Bjørn Kjos, told me in an interview at Norwegian’s headquarters in Oslo.
NBX will launch as a standalone marketplace in September, enabling users to exchange fiat currencies (initially NOK, followed by SEK, DKK, EUR and USD) for digital ones (initially Bitcoin, Ethereum and US Dollar Coin, a USD-pegged stablecoin). Its creation might not have been necessary if a reputable trading platform already existed in Scandinavia, Kjos-Mathisen said, but by building it from scratch the airline has gained “at least a left hand on the steering wheel” of its cryptocurrency future.
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“We can set the standards ourselves now,” he explained. “We can decide the threshold for security, for KYC [Know Your Customer identity checks].
“This positions Norwegian to … be a leader on the technology that is chosen [by the industry]. Also, by owning NBX, we can easily integrate [it with Norwegian’s sales channels] so that the transition between the fiat world and the virtual world is frictionless for us.”
By the fourth quarter of this year, merchant solution NBXPay will allow customers to buy flight tickets directly with cryptocurrency. Norwegian will either convert the funds to NOK instantly – minimizing its exposure to cryptocurrency volatility – or it will maintain a USDC balance sheet as working capital. Its stablecoin reserves could then be used for B2B transactions with suppliers that follow its lead into the sphere.
“We have discussed with partners if they are willing to look into accepting US Dollar Coin as a way to pay instead of using traditional settlements,” Kjos-Mathisen said, adding that “positive” responses have been received from several “big” suppliers.

Norwegian’s liquidity has been hampered by credit card acquirers.
Side-lining payment processing companies and financial clearing houses in this way has obvious advantages for Norwegian.
Airlines typically pay transaction fees of between 1.5% and 2.5% on bookings placed with a credit card. Intermediary acquiring banks then hold back a percentage of revenue to cover the risk of chargeback claims arising from insolvencies. In Norwegian’s case, the amount held back has risen steadily due to concerns about the airline’s financial health – forcing it to issue interest-paying bonds to cover the shortfall.
“Why should we wait for our revenues, and then have the credit card acquirers and the credit card companies make a lot of interest just sitting on that money,” asked Lasse Sandaker-Nielsen, Norwegian’s head of communications. “That’s why the airline is really interested in this: because it will give us the opportunity to get the liquidity immediately.”
Norwegian is not alone in developing blockchain solutions for the aviation industry.
Last month, Russia’s S7 Airlines processed more than $1 million worth of payments through a private blockchain being developed with Alfa-Bank. It said the technology speeds up transactions and removes the need for third-party guarantees. Ticketing facilitator ARC has invested in another blockchain, Blockskye, that promises to “increase efficiency, transparency and security” across the multi-party airfare distribution chain.
Looking beyond payment settlements, IATA, the airline industry’s main trade group, has identified numerous areas ripe for blockchain innovation. It said the technology’s core strength – immutable data records that provide a single source of trust – has far-reaching implications for tracking of baggage, cargo and spare parts, as well as passenger and crew identity verification.
Other sub-sectors such as aircraft financing and maintenance also stand to benefit from blockchain-powered predictive analytics.
Yet even as interest across the industry grows, the number of passengers actually willing or able to pay in cryptocurrency remains low. Less than one third of one per cent of the global population is currently believed to own bitcoin.
That makes incentivizing the payment channel a top priority for Norwegian and NBX.
“At some point, when the technology matures, you’ll be using [blockchain] and you won’t really notice that you’re using it,” Kjos-Mathisen said. “But right now, in the beginning, you will definitely be aware … So you need to incentivize people in the beginning. And then they will start using it because they see it’s convenient.”
Pay less with bitcoin
Passing on savings to customers who pay with cryptocurrency is the most obvious way of building traction. “You can sell the ticket for less and still earn more,” he insisted.
Smart contracts that enhance the travel experience will also be marketed heavily. Kjos-Mathisen cited AXA’s flight delay and cancelation insurance product Fizzy as one “very smooth” solution that can influence buying behavior. Fizzy cuts the time it takes to receive payouts by using a smart contract that plugs into global air traffic databases and automatically approves claims.

Bitcoin’s abstract nature is an obstacle to mainstream adoption.
“You put the equivalent of €5 from your wallet into the smart contract. The insurer, AXA in this case, puts in let’s say €40. And then it’s written [in code] that if the flight is cancelled, the €45 pot will go to you,” he explained. “When you land, you will have the funds in your wallet … The beauty of this is when you have tokens like US Dollar Coin on the Ethereum blockchain, you can actually get [payouts] denominated in dollars. That makes it graspable for most travelers.”
Norwegian may also offer people paying in cryptocurrency a higher earning rate for CashPoints, its frequent flyer program. The reward scheme is already being integrated with NBX through a ‘Trade and Fly’ promotion that refunds 10% of trading fees on the exchange to customers’ CashPoints accounts.
In all cases, the aim is to bridge the gap between Norwegian’s real-world flight network and NBX’s virtual-world financial services.
“NBX is going to be global, so one of the strategies is basically to follow in the footsteps of the airline,” Kjos-Mathisen concluded. “The airline is big in Europe – especially in Scandinavia – but it’s starting to become quite big also in the US. It has a presence in South America, and obviously Asia. So we will try to on-board customers wherever the airline is, because those are the ones that could be incentivized with CashPoints.”
While NBX will not be seeking a formal banking license, it also “definitely” plans to roll out interest-bearing wallets – tapping into the growing popularity of decentralized finance services that use smart contracts to issue crowdfunded loans.
What does 73-year-old Bjørn Kjos make of his airline’s leap into the cryptocurrency world?
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Norwegian Air to Accept Bitcoin Through Exchange Set up By Founder

Norwegian business magnate Bjørn Kjos and his family have reportedly set up a cryptocurrency exchange and plan to introduce bitcoin payments at their airline, Norwegian Air Shuttle.

As reported by local business newspaper Dagens Naeringsliv (DN) on Tuesday, the new exchange is dubbed Norwegian Block Exchange (NBX) and is slated to launch in August.

The magnate’s son, Lars Ola Kjos, is also said to have become a bitcoin investor, having bought NOK 3.5 million ($404,000) worth of the cryptocurrency in 2017. At the time, bitcoin prices were far below their current levels of $10,000.

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It's a rough start to the week for chipmakers as key semiconductor manufacturers cut off supplies to Huawei after the Trump administration added the Chinese company to a trade blacklist last week. Premarket movement: Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) -3.1%, Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) -1.8%; Xilinx (NASDAQ:XLNX) -2.7%, STMicroelectronics (NYSE:STM) -7.4%, Micron (NASDAQ:MU) -3.7%. Google started the trade suspensions over the weekend, leaving Huawei with access only to the open-source version of Android. Nokia (NYSE:NOK), which usually benefits from the Chinese firm's woes, is up 4.1% premarket, while Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC) shares are 1.6% higher.
Trade worries continue into new week
A move by the White House on Friday to remove steel import tariffs on Canada and Mexico added to optimism overnight, but U.S. stock index futures have now turned around, pointing to opening losses of 100 points for the DJIA. President Trump appears unwilling to offer a similar olive branch to Beijing, saying that any agreement had to be weighted in America's favor and couldn't be a "50-50" proposition, as the Huawei blacklist added to trade concerns. Risk-off sentiment was also seen due to the current tensions in the Gulf region, with a weekend tweet in which Trump threatened "the official end of Iran."
Powell speaks at Atlanta Fed conference
High on the agenda this evening is a keynote speech from Fed Chair Jerome Powell at the Atlanta Fed's annual Financial Markets Conference, entitled "Mapping the Financial Frontier: What does the next decade hold?" Investors are also likely to monitor a flurry of other speakers today including Philly Fed President Patrick Harker and Vice Chair Richard Clarida. Ahead of the events, the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note was up 1 bps at around 2.4015, while the yield on the 30-year Treasury bond was also higher at around 2.8307.
OPEC+ seen keeping output cut plans
Crude futures climbed as high as 1.7% to $63.96/bbl overnight after Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih indicated there was consensus among OPEC and allied oil producers to drive down crude inventories "gently," although markets remain "fragile." "This second half, our preference is to maintain production management to keep inventories on their way declining gradually, softly but certainly declining towards normal levels," he told a news conference following a ministerial OPEC+ panel in Jeddah. Concerns about Iranian supply also gave prices a boost.
Australia markets applaud Morrison victory
Australia's benchmark S&P/ASX 200 rose to an 11-year high as Prime Minister Scott Morrison and the Liberal-led conservative government claimed a surprise victory at national elections. The index climbed 1.7% to 6,476, boosted by bank, coal miner, property and healthcare stocks. Those were among the sectors most affected by the campaign of the opposition Labor Party, which had pledged to take strong action on climate change and property tax loopholes.
A 'bold' offer for Brexit deal support
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Following talks with the FCC, T-Mobile (NASDAQ:TMUS) and Sprint (NYSE:S) are planning to announce commitments to the U.S. government within days that include asset sales and rural-service guarantees to help secure regulatory approval for their $26.5B merger, Bloomberg reports. Among them: The sale of one of their prepaid brands, a three-year buildout of their 5G network and a reiterated pledge not to raise prices while the network is being constructed. The deal has stoked concerns of reduced competition in the wireless industry because the number of major players would fall from four to three.
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A few subreddit updates to make people's profiteering a little bit easier

Hi everyone. It's been a little while. I hope everything's fine. If everything's running smoothly, great! If not, let us know. If you're an American, happy Thanksgiving, by the way!
A few changes are being made today, mostly related to quality of life and user experience. There's no important policy changes, but I hope they'll have a positive impact on your trading experience, even if minor.

Valve employees have been given approved submitter status

A couple of incidents in the past, namely a Steam Community exploit and the Christmas 2015 caching incident, have prompted emergency subreddit shutdowns in the past for a period of time until Valve fixed things. While both incidents were resolved in a few hours, we recognize that there may be more isolated cases where things could go wrong that may warrant Valve responding in some fashion, particularly if impacts are limited to CS:GO markets.
To that effect, several Valve employees that were or are on the CS:GO Team, as well as others that work on the Steam platform have been given approved submitter status so that they can post insights, acknowledgments of issues, and anything else worthy of their presence on /GlobalOffensiveTrade. They have also been exempted from needing to use post tags (although they can still do so if they want to).
You may potentially bump into one testing the waters here. If you do, don't be afraid to say hello!

Expanded real-world currency support

GOTrade is a truly global community, with ~12.5K unique daily visitors total. In addition to the US dollar, the Canadian dollar, the Euro, and Britain's pound, we're now recognizing these currencies:
Always practice safe cash trading practices if you decide to trade peer-to-peer instead of through a cash-out service, and use common sense. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Keep in mind that if we do recognize additional currencies, the focus will be on currencies already natively supported on Steam.

Expanded cryptocurrency support

While Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash have long been a cryptocurrency of choice for many traders, there are plenty of alternatives that build upon the concepts of Bitcoin, head in a slightly different direction, or even take them to entirely new places. In addition to the above real world currencies, AutoModerator will now advise you to be safe when trading these coins:
In case it was ever unclear, yes, you can list the above coins in the subreddit. Be sure to use the same precautions you'd use with Bitcoin trading.

No Participation (np.reddit.com) has been discontinued

Due to declining usage across the site, including in places where it was previously a mandatory requirement to use it for many years, we have discontinued No Participation in our CSS. The concept behind NP was that it disabled voting on posts when linked to from external subreddits, in an attempt to slow or stop foreign vote brigades. This was also in an era where reddit administrators were rather inconsistent in dealing with vote brigades, and when subreddits like ShitRedditSays were a lot more potent. Nowadays, the admins are (usually) good at dealing with brigades, and are able to sort out malicious intent versus normal behavior a lot better, which has made NP less useful over the last little while.
Admittedly, a lot of our problems involving vote manipulation are domestic. We're not really the type of subreddit that would be extremely vulnerable to foreign vote brigading either, but we had it on the off-chance that there was something foreign so our border control wasn't completely defenseless. This isn't an excuse to start vote brigading though, it's still completely illegal under reddit's sitewide rules. Don't do it, be it to another post on this subreddit, or to a post on another subreddit.
If you use Reddit Enhancement Suite, NP links can still disable voting, but it will be through RES as opposed to our CSS.
To learn about how you can help combat domestic vote manipulation, see Shubbler's post here.

Steam Community link verifier has been refreshed

You might notice that we've refreshed the Steam Community link verifier's visuals. Previously, Steam Community links looked like this, and a bit more previously, there were just two green check marks around the link and nothing more.
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Extortion Scam

Extortion Scam

Received this today. It was not marked as spam. I marked it after the fact. I've included the redacted full header. As for the actual message, most of it was included in two png image files named "mypjx.png" and "duug.png"
The only text in the message body was the stolen password and the bitcoin address. The demand was for $1400. Regarding the threat, I don't have a webcam connected to my computer.
Corene Hayward [email protected] myname : password To: [email protected] < [email protected] > X-Notascii: charset=utf-8 Thread-Index: AQHVGtLh6PD9N6E32Eey0UoFb2TKnQ== X-Langguess: Danish, Wrong X-Ms-Exchange-Crosstenant-Id: 84df9e7f-e9f6-40af-b435-aaaaaaaaaaaa X-Encryption: SSL encrypted X-Microsoft-Antispam-Message-Info: DJbaAtc3ZCwDJkSYpgVquiMhfdt1r1qoQwF+3ZUQUpGodE7S//Mqv1+tSyNqs+rk9dAJ1b4tElmVDS38yF2XtRG7L1OTohQMu7BW+oKnh4BucC9q70QhVs1vEiOGnVZCpIW5f4nmzEmcBrgd7RV33gvWOuk/x8OtvaU6w+3bqrCsFYOGP+/zYkRpBl7LGnIW X-Ms-Exchange-Crosstenant-Originalarrivaltime: 04 Jun 2019 12:41:50.4882 (UTC) X-Ms-Exchange-Crosstenant-Network-Message-Id: b148e8ac-04dd-43d7-9d07-08d6e8ea0079 Status: U X-Ms-Exchange-Messagesentrepresentingtype: 1 X-Myrbl: Color=Yellow (from rbl) ip= X-Verify-Smtp: Host sending to us was not listening Authentication-Results: myserviceprovider.com header.from=[email protected]; dkim=pass (good signature) Content-Language: en-US X-Spamdetect: *********: 9.1 sd=9.1 lv=0.00 nok=1/0 m=1 nf=0 Close 0.96(X-LangGuess:Wrong) 0.10(X-myrbl:Color=yellow) 0.90(X-Phrase:isspam) 0.85(X-Verify-SMTP present) 0.26(Suspicious proportion of ) 0.74(X-Verify-Helo:-ERR) 0.28(dnswl_none) 0.71(yellow_noinfo) 0.37(genuine) 0.37(dkimok) 0.39(spfpass) 0.40(StandardTLD) 0.60(X-Verify-Helo:wrongip) Saned 5.0 Conflict3 5.0 9.1 Sval 11.0 bsan 5.0 Moved 5.0->9.1 Sval 11.0 Dkim-Signature: v=1; a=rsa-sha256; c=relaxed/relaxed; d=outlook.com; s=selector1; h=From:Date:Subject:Message-ID:Content-Type:MIME-Version:X-MS-Exchange-SenderADCheck; bh=r+TerFYKaoHs3Vwvg3LG5JBseQE5JHKnp/Tn9mHCcQ0=; b=b3U47G353A6NzDL4m3bTd7Wm8QACyb5sRHGKdJ1/MZ8K48JNKMkgFAqpeeC9P0xb5u3F5NJGvGJ4gQPy+aRIoMsw2b8BAiLTifrbYLhAMPJVlvkBgiAjjKG0IO7PT3yLvG2GbppkcmacH1AfPIwM+umP9PBwD7VRowJ7JU3PkITliTVLzCC8i5Rc0OUhNpkEB4jgRAzF18T/liHiUU3zEZrj16ajcARKKQ89HALT6Liqzr65rQFZLifUYvvzCUlZ7CXWpnxIuIvCy7m5NpkXbjxyAmAGgirDBw1O9zpaYTARHsHQW1x9YizCXS43qqIL5El54bzrbLqB5OTwhKYfpw== Return-Path: [email protected] X-Ms-Tnef-Correlator: X-Rcpt-To: < [email protected] > Received-Spf: pass (Last token {include:spf.protection.outlook.com} (res=PASS)) client-ip=; envelope-from=[email protected]; x-ip-name=mail-oln040092255049.outbound.protection.outlook_com; X-Ms-Traffictypediagnostic: PU1APC01HT107: X-Phrase: IsSpam score=1.00 X-Ms-Exchange-Crosstenant-Rms-Persistedconsumerorg: 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000 X-Ms-Exchange-Crosstenant-Rms-Persistedconsumerorg: 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000 X-Tmn: [i0cEURVZL0Yx+eR41W7QFWAWRpPYih1p] Thread-Topic: myname : password Content-Type: multipart/related; boundary="_005_PS1PR03MB4777BFB896ABD283437F5DADA1150PS1PR03MB4777apcp_"; type="multipart/alternative" X-Probe: +OK no bad urls to scan X-Verify-Helo: -ERR wrongip: APC01-HK2-obe.outbound.protection.outlook.com -> 104.47.*.* not in X-Ms-Exchange-Transport-Crosstenantheadersstamped: PU1APC01HT107 X-Clientproxiedby: AM4PR05CA0032.eurprd05.prod.outlook.com (2603:10a6:205::45) To PS1PR03MB4777.apcprd03.prod.outlook.com (2603:1096:300:85::16) X-Spam-Flag: Yes X-Incomingheadercount: 46 X-Uidl: 108078 X-Incomingtopheadermarker: OriginalChecksum:17BC644C4F800A3EC6FE785588FD3C658E240DBCF83BC610B0E23AE290B4F4AC;UpperCasedChecksum:54AFBA83103FBF4466714B38F948C6FD9EB51035BDE46303232E5BFB6252A822;SizeAsReceived:7097;Count:46 X-Orbs-Accept: dnswl_none X-Ms-Exchange-Crosstenant-Fromentityheader: Internet X-Originatororg: outlook.com X-Microsoft-Antispam: BCL:0;PCL:0;RULEID:(2390118)(5050001)(7020095)(20181119110)(201702061078)(5061506573)(5061507331)(1603103135)(2017031320274)(2017031322404)(2017031323274)(2017031324274)(1601125500)(1603101475)(1701031045);SRVR:PU1APC01HT107; X-Originating-Ip: X-Eopattributedmessage: 0 Received: from APC01-HK2-obe.outbound.protection.outlook.com (unverified []) by mail.myserviceprovider.com (SurgeMail 7.3p) with ESMTP (TLS) id 96580551-1719116 for < [email protected] >; Tue, 04 Jun 2019 05:42:00 -0700 Received: from PU1APC01FT058.eop-APC01.prod.protection.outlook.com ( by PU1APC01HT107.eop-APC01.prod.protection.outlook.com ( with Microsoft SMTP Server (version=TLS1_2, cipher=TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA384) id 15.20.1943.19; Tue, 4 Jun 2019 12:41:50 +0000 Received: from PS1PR03MB4777.apcprd03.prod.outlook.com ( by PU1APC01FT058.mail.protection.outlook.com ( with Microsoft SMTP Server (version=TLS1_2, cipher=TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_GCM_SHA384) id 15.20.1943.19 via Frontend Transport; Tue, 4 Jun 2019 12:41:50 +0000 Received: from PS1PR03MB4777.apcprd03.prod.outlook.com ([fe80::d1fd:c2c0:3b98:38a3]) by PS1PR03MB4777.apcprd03.prod.outlook.com ([fe80::d1fd:c2c0:3b98:38a3%5]) with mapi id 15.20.1965.011; Tue, 4 Jun 2019 12:41:50 +0000 Message-Id: [email protected]od.outlook.com Accept-Language: en-US Mime-Version: 1.0 X-Ms-Publictraffictype: Email X-Country: code=HK country="Hong Kong" ip= X-Ip-Stats: No info recorded yet ip= X-Ms-Has-Attach: yes X-Microsoft-Original-Message-Id: [email protected]
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xxxxxx (<<< actual text of a password I have used)
extortion text image (mypjx.png)
1F85K33ENKaZRtEfiyHDkr9kpHvLbJeYM4 (<<< only other actual text in message)
extortion text image (duug.png)
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