BCH will be distributed to settled bitcoin wallet balances as of the UTC timestamp of the first forking block, which is expected to occur on August 1st, 2017.These rules turned out to be game-able. Because Bitfinex did not charge BCH to open short positions leading up to the split, one could simply purchase 10 BTC and short 10 BTC. This way, you could collect free BCH without any exposure to BTC price volatility. If BTC drops, the shorts cancel out any loss. If BTC soars, the profits cancel out the short positions.
The token distribution methodology will be:
Due to the net amount of BTC committed in margin positions at the time of the fork, the above methodology may result in Bitfinex seeing a surplus or deficit of BCH. As such, we will be resolving this discrepancy in the form of a socialized distribution coefficient. For example, currently, there are more longs than shorts on the platform, causing a distribution coefficient of ~1.091 (Meaning that for each qualifying BTC a user will receive 1.091 BCH). The actual coefficient will be calculated at the moment of the distribution.
- All BTC wallet balances will receive BCH
- Margin longs in BTC/USD and margin shorts in XXX/BTC will not receive BCH
- Margin shorts in BTC/USD and margin longs in XXX/BTC will not pay BCH
- BTC Lenders will receive BCH
|Label||30-day Performance||60-day Performance||90-day Performance||2017 - Present Performance||2016 - Present Performance||2015 - Present Performance||2014 - Present Performance||2013 - Present Performance||2012 - Present Performance||2011 - Present Performance||July 2010 - Present Performance|
|Starting Price USD||$4,386.88||$4,580.39||$2,794.12||$997.73||$432.00||$312.00||$804.00||$12.50||$5.27||$0.30||$0.09|
|Doubling in months||1.7||3.8||2.4||3.8||5.8||8.0||15.7||6.6||7.1||5.9||5.6|
|Doubling Period in Days||51||115||74||115||176||243||476||202||215||179||171|
|Days in period||30||60||90||304||670||1035||1400||1765||2132||2497||2664|
|Compounding Daily Periodic Rate||1.40409%||0.63%||0.97%||0.63%||0.45%||0.30%||0.15%||0.36%||0.33558%||0.40%||0.42%|
|Daily Periodic Rate||1.73%||0.76%||1.54%||1.87%||0.94%||0.53%||0.20%||0.73%||0.66%||0.91%||1.00%|
|Annual Rate of Investment||632%||277%||562%||682%||344.0%||194.4%||73.6%||266.4%||239.7%||331.9%||364.7%|
|Over $7,500.00 on||2017-11-10||2017-11-20||2017-11-14||2017-11-20||2017-11-28||2017-12-11||2018-01-19||2017-12-05||2017-12-07||2017-12-01||2017-11-30|
|Over $8,000.00 on||2017-11-15||2017-12-01||2017-11-20||2017-12-01||2017-12-12||2018-01-02||2018-03-02||2017-12-23||2017-12-26||2017-12-17||2017-12-15|
|Over $9,000.00 on||2017-11-23||2017-12-20||2017-12-03||2017-12-20||2018-01-07||2018-02-11||2018-05-19||2018-01-25||2018-01-30||2018-01-15||2018-01-12|
|Over $10,000.00 on||2017-12-01||2018-01-05||2017-12-13||2018-01-05||2018-01-31||2018-03-19||2018-07-28||2018-02-24||2018-03-03||2018-02-11||2018-02-06|
|Over $50,000.00 on||2018-03-26||2018-09-20||2018-05-29||2018-09-20||2019-01-24||2019-09-14||2021-06-27||2019-05-22||2019-06-26||2019-03-19||2019-02-23|
|Over $100,000.00 on||2018-05-15||2019-01-09||2018-08-09||2019-01-09||2019-06-28||2020-05-05||2022-09-29||2019-12-03||2020-01-19||2019-09-08||2019-08-07|
|Over $1,000,000.00 on||2018-10-27||2020-01-12||2019-04-04||2020-01-13||2020-11-22||2022-06-22||2026-12-01||2021-09-10||2021-12-06||2021-04-05||2021-02-04|
|nannal 's A+ on||2018-05-30||2019-03-24||2018-09-08||2019-03-25||2019-12-28||NEVER!!!!||NEVER!!!!||NEVER!!!!||NEVER!!!!||NEVER!!!!||2020-03-31|
|The Nannaling||54.5%||What||the shit||is this?|
|nannal 2020||45.5%||Read about it|
|Label||7-day Performance||30-day Performance||60-day Performance||90-day Performance||2017 - Present Performance||2016 - Present Performance||2015 - Present Performance||2014 - Present Performance||2013 - Present Performance||2012 - Present Performance||2011 - Present Performance||July 2010 - Present Performance|
|Starting Price USD||$16,501.97||$6,635.41||$5,647.31||$3,774.27||$997.73||$432.00||$312.00||$804.00||$12.50||$5.27||$0.30||$0.09|
|Doubling in months||15.0||0.7||1.3||1.4||2.8||4.4||6.2||10.8||5.7||6.1||5.3||5.1|
|Doubling Period in Days||455||23||38||42||85||135||188||330||174||187||161||155|
|Days in period||7||30||60||90||347||713||1078||1443||1808||2175||2540||2707|
|Compounding Daily Periodic Rate||0.1525%||3.12010%||1.82%||1.66%||0.8150%||0.45%||0.37%||0.21%||0.40%||0.37126%||0.43%||0.45%|
|Daily Periodic Rate||0.1532%||5.05%||3.26%||3.80%||4.53%||5.27%||4.87%||1.37%||73.75%||145.47%||2188.79%||6845.96%|
|Annual Rate of Investment||56%||1842%||1188%||1387%||1653%||1925%||1776%||499%||26917%||53095%||798909%||2498774%|
|Over $20,000.00 on||2018-04-12||2017-12-19||2017-12-23||2017-12-24||2018-01-03||2018-05-02||2018-01-30||2018-03-08||2018-01-24||2018-01-28||2018-01-20||2018-01-24|
|Over $25,190.00 on||2018-09-10||2017-12-26||2018-01-05||2018-01-07||2018-02-01||2018-06-22||2018-04-02||2018-06-26||2018-03-23||2018-04-01||2018-03-15||2018-03-17|
|Over $31,620.00 on||2019-02-06||2018-01-03||2018-01-17||2018-01-20||2018-03-01||2018-08-12||2018-06-02||2018-10-12||2018-05-19||2018-06-01||2018-05-06||2018-05-06|
|Over $56,230.00 on||2020-02-19||2018-01-21||2018-02-18||2018-02-24||2018-05-10||2018-12-17||2018-11-05||2019-07-13||2018-10-11||2018-11-03||2018-09-17||2018-09-12|
|Over $79,430.00 on||2020-10-02||2018-02-01||2018-03-09||2018-03-17||2018-06-22||2019-03-04||2019-02-07||2019-12-24||2019-01-05||2019-02-04||2018-12-06||2018-11-28|
|Over $100,000.00 on||2021-03-02||2018-02-08||2018-03-21||2018-03-30||2018-07-20||2019-04-24||2019-04-10||2020-04-11||2019-03-04||2019-04-07||2019-01-29||2019-01-18|
|Over $1,000,000.00 on||2025-04-21||2018-04-23||2018-07-26||2018-08-16||2019-04-28||2020-09-17||2020-12-23||2023-04-11||2020-10-01||2020-12-17||2020-07-16||2020-06-15|
|nannal 's A+ on||NEVER!!!!||2018-02-17||2018-04-05||2018-04-15||2018-09-01||2019-05-23||2019-11-08||NEVER!!!!||2019-11-08||NEVER!!!!||2019-06-23||2019-05-25|
|The Nannaling||75.0%||What||the shit||is this?|
|nannal 2020||83.3%||Read about it|
Funds to support the national organization of the Boy Scouts of America come from registration fees, local council service fees, investment income, Scouting and Boys’ Life magazines, sale of uniforms and equipment, and contributions from individuals. These monies help to deliver the program of the BSA (through four regional service centers and more than 300 local councils) to chartered organizations that use the Scouting program to meet the needs of their youth.Lets break down each of these funding sources:
The Boy Scouts of America (BSA), consisting of 280 local councils, continued to deliver an exciting and valuable program to young people in 2014, with approximately 2,419,000 youth members and Explorers registered in individual programs. Approximately 981,000 registered adult leaders provide support to these youth.The 2014 Financial Statement reports Revenue generated from Registration (Membership) Fee was $62,732,000 in 2014 with 2,419,000 youth and 981,000 adults.
Fees decreased in 2014 by $9,934 with the absence of the 2013 National Scout Jamboree fees totaling $32,784. This is offset by a membership fee increase effective January 1, 2014, which led to increased membership revenues despite a decline in membership.
The national BSA normally charges a $24 registration fee for each Scout and adult leader per year. However, a 2015 statement from the three BSA councils in Utah said those fees "are negotiated between the national BSA and the LDS Church. All registration fees are retained at the national BSA level."Ironically enough, depending on how large a discount on membership fee LDS scouts get, the BSA National Organization may be earning way more revenue from its membership fees with the exit of the LDS and the addition of young women and the LGBT community into its ranks.
(1) 2015 professional salaries (account No. 7002) for all funds (all funds being defined as Operating, Capital, and Endowment)The National Service Fee is pegged to the professional and office salaries of those employed in the BSA Local Council – changes in the number of scouts a local council has will not impact the National Service Fee assessed. Hence, across the nation, only Local BSA Councils at risk for closing because they do not serve enough scouts will be impacted.
(2) 2015 office salaries (account No. 7003) for all funds (all funds being defined as Operating, Capital, and Endowment)
(3) Calculate the qualifying salaries for use in determining the 2017 national service fee (sum of figures 1 and 2 above)
(4) The council’s national service fee for 2017 is 3.5 percent of the qualifying salaries above* (multiply figure 3 above by .035)
*For those councils that will be charged a national service fee of $40,000 or greater for the year 2016, their fee will increase at the same rate of qualifying salary growth from 2014 to 2015, not to exceed 10 percent.
Examples: (1) If the council’s 2016 national service fee will be $48,783 and the qualifying salaries recorded in accounts 7002 and 7003 increased by 6.2 percent from 2014 to 2015, then the council’s national service fee for 2017 would also increase by 6.2 percent, or be $51,808.
(2) If the council’s 2016 national service fee will be $48,783 and the qualifying salaries recorded in accounts 7002 and 7003 were the same or decreased, the council agrees to and will be invoiced a national service fee of $48,783 for 2017.
|Balance Dec 21, 2015||$250,233,000|
|Interest and Dividends||$5,994,000|
|Investment Manager Fee||($910,000)|
|Net investment return||$25,683,000|
|Year||Trading Post Sales Revenue|
|Year||Contributions and Bequests|
…have dire financial consequences for BSA. The LDS Church is far and away the nation's largest Scouting sponsor, serving 437,160 boys in 37,933 troops.There is a lot to unpack in this article. We have already covered facts concerning BSA's suprsingly solid financial footing despite loosing 20% of its membership. Let’s next focus on what Local BSA Councils are and what happens when Local BSA Councils dissolve.
In 2013, more than a third (37 percent) of troops were LDS sponsored, accounting for 18 percent of the BSA's 2.4 million total membership (Mormon troops, while more numerous, tend to be smaller in size).
An LDS Church withdrawal also could ruin the three Scout councils in Utah, which say between 96 percent and 99 percent of their members are in Mormon units.
In Utah, the three councils say they have a combined 320,000 registered Scouts and adult leaders, the vast majority of whom are Mormon. Losing them could bring big financial blows to Scouting.
For example, the national BSA normally charges a $24 registration fee for each Scout and adult leader per year. The fee just for Mormon youths would cost $10.5 million a year. However, a statement from the Utah councils says those fees "are negotiated between the national BSA and the LDS Church. All registration fees are retained at the national BSA level."
In Utah, the Orem-based Utah National Parks Council says 99 percent of its Scouts are in LDS units. The Salt Lake City-based Great Salt Lake Council says 98 percent of its Scouts are. And the Ogden-based Trapper Trails Council says 96 percent of its youths are in Mormon-sponsored units.
Each year, the LDS Church supports a "Friends of Scouting" drive to ask members for donations to boost the local Scout councils — money which could disappear if the faith leaves. The Utah National Parks Council says the Friends of Scouting push provides 43 percent of its budget; the Trapper Trails Council says it generates 36 percent; and the Great Salt Lake Council receives 34 percent of its money from the effort. "The large majority of Friends of Scouting funds come from LDS units," according to the joint statement from the councils.
Questions also arise about what may happen to the many Scout camps in Utah if the LDS Church exits the organization.
In response to Salt Lake Tribune questions, the local councils wrote, "All camp properties are either owned by the council or are leased properties from the Forest Service. Each council is a 501(c)3 corporation separate from the Boy Scouts of America or any other council. The properties would continue to serve Scouting and the needs of religious and other youth groups in our communities."
Council or Unit Assets Upon DissolutionThis is A LOT to unpack, but here are the highlights;
Consistent with the Bylaws, in the event of the dissolution of a council or the revocation or lapse of its charter, the Executive Committee may, at its option, authorize the National Council to assume charge of the affairs of the council and continue operation pending reorganization or reestablishment of the council or wind up the business of the council. All funds and property in the possession or control of such council must be applied to the payment of the council’s obligations. Any surplus funds or property may thereafter be administered as deemed to be in the best interests of Scouting.
In the event of the dissolution of a unit or the revocation or lapse of its charter, unit funds and assets must be used to first satisfy any outstanding unit obligations. Any remaining assets obtained with funds raised in the name of Scouting must be redeployed for Scouting use in the local area. Any assets obtained with funds from the chartered organization or parents of registered members may be redeployed as agreed upon by the chartered organization and local council.
Any property or funds acquired by the National Council upon the dissolution of a Scouting unit or local council will be administered so as to make effective, as far as possible, the intentions and wishes of the donors.
Except as hereafter provided with respect to incorporated local councils, the title to all real estate acquired for a unit or local council must be vested in a bank or trust company, in trust for the use of the unit or local council in accordance with the wishes of the donor with the provision that if such property cannot be utilized in such a manner, and title does not revert to the donor, that title or beneficial use of the property must nonetheless be for the benefit of Scouting in the local area.
Any incorporated local council may hold title to real property in its own name provided that in the event of the dissolution of the unit or council or the revocation or lapse of its charter said trustee or trustees will, after satisfying any claims against such unit or council to which such real estate may be subject, convey said property or, if sold, pay the net proceeds of such sale to the Boy Scouts of America, which may hold or use said property or funds for the benefit of Scouting in such locality or elsewhere if there is not suitable opportunity to use said property or funds in such locality. Any incorporated local council holding title to real property in its own name must ensure that its certificate or articles of incorporation expressly provide for the conveyance of such property or the net proceeds from the sale thereof to the Boy Scouts of America in the event of the dissolution of the local council or the revocation or lapse of its charter in a manner consistent with this provision.
Restricted funds received by a unit or local council must in all cases be held (a) in trust by either a corporate trustee for a bank or trust company, the National Boy Scouts of America Foundation, or the Boy Scouts of America Endowment Master Trust; or (b) in the Boy Scouts of America Commingled Endowment Fund LP for the use of the unit or the local council, in accordance with the wishes of the donors, with the provision in the statement of the conditions governing the administering of the funds that in the event of the dissolution of the unit or council or revocation or lapse of its charter said funds will, after any claims against said funds are satisfied, be turned over to the Boy Scouts of America for use by the Boy Scouts of America for the benefit of Scouting in such locality and for the specific purposes for which the fund was granted. If there is no suitable opportunity for the use of said funds in such locality, they may be used elsewhere.
|CURRENT ASSETS||2016 USD AMOUNT|
|Cash and cash equivalents||$3,845,891|
|Due from (to) other funds||-|
|Deferred activity expenses||$1,011,094|
|Note receivable from subsidiary||-|
|TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS||5,222,663|
|NON-CURRENT ASSETS||2016 USD AMOUNT|
|Note receivable, less current position||$746,432|
|Cash restricted to investment L/B/E||$456,392|
|Due from (to) other funds||-|
|Note receivable from subsidiary||-|
|Investments in subsidiary||-|
|Deferred income taxes||$33,400|
|TOTAL NON-CURRENT ASSETS||$23,896,306|
|CURRENT LIABILITES||2016 USD AMOUNT|
|Current position of long-term debt||$205,625|
|Other current liabilities||-|
|TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITES||$2,137,531|
|LONG-TERM DEBT, net of current position||$2,202,476|
|OTHER NON-CURRENT LIABILITES||$1,643,304|
|INVESTMENTS||2016 USD AMOUNT|
|Money Mkt Accounts||$900,822|
|Fixes Income Securities:||-|
|U.S. Treasury Notes||$117,964|
|Mortgage Backed Gov Sec||$287,747|
|Real Estate Investment Trusts||$478,477|
“The Council owns two parcels of land, which have permanent restrictions on them. The Council’s Headquarters is on a piece of land that was given to the Council as long as it is used as the Scout Headquarters. The property’s restriction was removed in 2016 through the Council’s payment of $1,590,000 to the holder of the restrictions. The other restricted property is the Bear Lake Camp in Rich County, Utah, which represents approximately 289 acres that was given to the Council to use strictly as a Boy Scout Camp.”
No. If you have to ask, please do not touch bitcoin yet. You will spend more on electricity cost than mining any substantial bitcoin. Seriously. At all. A 7990 would produce a pitiful 0.02879 XBT (USD $14 @ $500/XBT exchange rate) for the next 30 days starting 23 Nov 2013 at 35% difficulty increase.
And if you think you can mine on your laptop either on a CPU or GPU, you are probably going to melt it before you even get 0.01 XBT.
Probably not because you probably forgot that GPUs and CPUs produce a ton of heat and noise. You can try but I see no point earning < $20 bucks per month.
No, because your machine will probably not mine as much as buying bitcoins. This situation is called the opportunity cost. While you can still make money if XBT rise in value, it is a fallacy.IE: if you start mining on 1 Dec 2013, a KnC Jupiter running at 450Gh/sec (KnC lies as not all chips run at 550Gh/sec) will yield you a total revenue of 9.5189 XBT with a profit of 0.7859 XBT in profit by 30th Jan 2014 at a constant difficulty increase of 35%. The opportunity cost is: 8.5910 XBT @ USD $580/XBT with USD $5,000 which is the cost of a KnC Jupiter. This is the best you can earn and it's a bloody optimistic assumption because:
The only circumstances where you will earn money is when XBT exchange rates is so high that it makes the opportunity cost pales in comparison. Unfortunately this is not the case. If XBT stabilized at 900/XBT today (20 Nov 2013) then we might have a good case.
- You are assuming your pre-order will arrive on time. (I do not think any first batch pre-order from any manufacturer has arrived on time).
- All pre-orders are sold out for 1 Dec.
- You are assuming your chips will run at 450Gh/sec minimum but many miners here will tell you their chips have been under performing.
- Electricity cost have not been taken into account.
- Shipping cost and time has not been taking into account.
- Import Tax or VAT has not been taken into account.
- Risk of downtime due to DOA or warranties has not been taken into account.
- You are assuming the difficulty increase will be a constant 35% which is very unlikely because Cointerra with a team that has worked on some of the world’s highest performance CPUs, GPUs and chipsets for NVIDIA, Intel, Samsung, Qualcomm and Nortel has pre-sold an absurd amount of hash rate. Difficulty increase of 45% or more (which we have seen when a small player, KnC shipped their 1st batch) will be repeated commonly. This is only 1 company, imagine what the rest will come out with. I have failed repeatedly and so have many in estimating future hashrate. You wont be able to do better.
- Even if you earn some profit, it will be < 15% and will probably be not worth your risk or your trouble. I can buy and hold XBT with no risk of losing them.
The risk is just generally not worth it. Unless you have at least a hundred thousand and can make a contract with a manufacturer for a lower cost, do not bother. Just wait until the arms race is over then you can start mining.
Okay, go buy an AsicMiner USB Block Erupter. They are cheap and pretty fun to have.
Sure, just read the answer below on who NOT to go for. You are doing bitcoin a service by securing the network and you have our (the users') gratitude.
You can check out the manufacturers and their products below along with a calculator here.
If you still insist on buying, do not to go for BFL. Their track record is horrid and borderline scammish. KnC fucked up a lot with defective boards and chips. Personally, I think CoinTerra is the best choice.
Alternatively, you can go on the secondary market to buy a delivered product. You can get a better deal there if you know how to do your "return on investment (ROI)" calculation. Personally, I will go for a 45%-50% difficulty increase for the next 3 months for my calculations and a 2% pool fee.
However, most products on ebay are sold at a cost much higher than it should. bitcointalk.org is a cheaper place because everyone knows what are the true value is so you will find less options. If you are unclear or need assistance, please post a question.
I actually do not use any of the pools recommended to the left because I think they lack features.
My favourite is Bitminter (Variable fees based on features used; max 2%). It has all advanced features for a pool, very responsive and helpful owner on IRC. Variable fees is good for those who do not need a large feature set, even with all features turned on, it is still cheap.
Eligius (0% fees) has high value for money but lacks features. It has anonymous mining which might be attractive to certain subset of people but not for others. Many other community member and I disagree highly with the opinions of the owner on the direction of bitcoin. I do use his pool for now but I do so only because I share my miners with a few partners and anonymous mining allows us to monitor the machines without using an account. Bitminter uses only OpenID which is problematic for me.
BTC Guild (3% fees) is another big pool and is fully featured and does charge a premium for their fees. That said, they are the most stable of the lot. I do use them but do so only because my hoster uses them for monitoring. I try not to use them because a pool with a very large hash rate (they are the largest) presents a large vulnerability to bitcoin's network if compromised.
All of them pay out transaction fees.
|Dota 2||1526 hours (64 days)|
|Modern Warefare 2||50 days approx.|
|Runescape||50 days approx.|
|Black Ops||25 days approx.|
|League of Legends||537 hours (22 days)|
|Call of Duty 4||20 days approx.|
|Fallout 3||400 hours (17 days)|
|Steam Games (excluding ones on this list)||371 hours (15 days)|
|Monster Hunter Freedom 2||200 hours (8 days)|
|Counter Strike Source||133 hours (6 days)|
|TOTAL HOURS||6647 (277 days)|
There's a new 7-day performance column today. That's going to fluctuate wildly. The results of that column are being included in the nannal calculations. The new column should make higher nannal percentages even harder to achieve. Today vs yesterday is a good example of that.
Yesterday the rates of the 7-day performance column were basically identical to the results of the 30-day column. Today, it's showing basically sideways movement. Why is that? The closing prices we're using today came in before the price action we're seeing, and we went sideways for a week.
This week seems to be behaving surprisingly like last week; as if last week was a test run for what we expect to see this week. I'm not sure how much stock I put in repeating weekly fractal patterns, but it has become self-evident that ilovebeans23 fucks:
I'm adding a regular blurb to the bottom of the moon math table because a number of people keep asking if they should buy bitcoin based on the Moon Math table or Azop's charts. The answer is no, you should not. You should learn to hunt. Then you should learn to avoid being hunted.
Azop's Rainbow Charts
- Closing Price: 16,531.08 USD
Moon Math Table
- Closing Price: 16,678.89 USD
WARNING: Using Moon Math as a forecasting method is VERY dangerous and VERY tempting. I see no reason why we should expect to see past performance continue indefinitely. Don't make conclusion based entirely on what you see on some random post on reddit. It doesn’t matter how compelling you might find this, it's one lens among many. If this isn't already obvious to you, for the love of GOD, start learning what critical thinking is.
Label 7-day Performance 30-day Performance 60-day Performance 90-day Performance 2017 - Present Performance 2016 - Present Performance 2015 - Present Performance 2014 - Present Performance 2013 - Present Performance 2012 - Present Performance 2011 - Present Performance July 2010 - Present Performance From Date 2017-12-07 2017-11-14 2017-10-15 2017-09-15 2017-01-01 2016-01-01 2015-01-01 2014-01-01 2013-01-01 2012-01-01 2011-01-01 2010-07-18 Starting Price USD $16,501.97 $6,635.41 $5,647.31 $3,774.27 $997.73 $432.00 $312.00 $804.00 $12.50 $5.27 $0.30 $0.09 % Change 1.07% 151.36% 195.34% 341.91% 1571.68% 3760.85% 5245.80% 1974.49% 133331.14% 316387.51% 5559530.67% 18532002.22% Doubling in months 15.0 0.7 1.3 1.4 2.8 4.4 6.2 10.8 5.7 6.1 5.3 5.1 Doubling Period in Days 455 23 38 42 85 135 188 330 174 187 161 155 Days in period 7 30 60 90 347 713 1078 1443 1808 2175 2540 2707 Compounding Daily Periodic Rate 0.1525% 3.12010% 1.82% 1.66% 0.8150% 0.45% 0.37% 0.21% 0.40% 0.37126% 0.43% 0.45% Daily Periodic Rate 0.1532% 5.05% 3.26% 3.80% 4.53% 5.27% 4.87% 1.37% 73.75% 145.47% 2188.79% 6845.96% Annual Rate of Investment 56% 1842% 1188% 1387% 1653% 1925% 1776% 499% 26917% 53095% 798909% 2498774% Over $20,000.00 on 2018-04-12 2017-12-19 2017-12-23 2017-12-24 2018-01-03 2018-05-02 2018-01-30 2018-03-08 2018-01-24 2018-01-28 2018-01-20 2018-01-24 Over $25,190.00 on 2018-09-10 2017-12-26 2018-01-05 2018-01-07 2018-02-01 2018-06-22 2018-04-02 2018-06-26 2018-03-23 2018-04-01 2018-03-15 2018-03-17 Over $31,620.00 on 2019-02-06 2018-01-03 2018-01-17 2018-01-20 2018-03-01 2018-08-12 2018-06-02 2018-10-12 2018-05-19 2018-06-01 2018-05-06 2018-05-06 Over $56,230.00 on 2020-02-19 2018-01-21 2018-02-18 2018-02-24 2018-05-10 2018-12-17 2018-11-05 2019-07-13 2018-10-11 2018-11-03 2018-09-17 2018-09-12 Over $79,430.00 on 2020-10-02 2018-02-01 2018-03-09 2018-03-17 2018-06-22 2019-03-04 2019-02-07 2019-12-24 2019-01-05 2019-02-04 2018-12-06 2018-11-28 Over $100,000.00 on 2021-03-02 2018-02-08 2018-03-21 2018-03-30 2018-07-20 2019-04-24 2019-04-10 2020-04-11 2019-03-04 2019-04-07 2019-01-29 2019-01-18 Over $1,000,000.00 on 2025-04-21 2018-04-23 2018-07-26 2018-08-16 2019-04-28 2020-09-17 2020-12-23 2023-04-11 2020-10-01 2020-12-17 2020-07-16 2020-06-15 nannal 's A+ on NEVER!!!! 2018-02-17 2018-04-05 2018-04-15 2018-09-01 2019-05-23 2019-11-08 NEVER!!!! 2019-11-08 NEVER!!!! 2019-06-23 2019-05-25 The Nannaling 75.0% What the shit is this? nannal 2020 83.3% Read about it
Also, yes, a website is coming someday.
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