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I'd like to share a little about my fundraising efforts for Veritaseum, one of the most exciting, disruptive and likely controversial start-ups in the FinTech space... ever.

Veritaseum is the company behind my brainchild, "UltraCoin". For those who don't know, UltraCoin utilizes the technology behind the Bitcoin blockchain to create unbreachable contracts and unbreakable promises which can then be programmed to mimic the functions of practically any business that entails the transfer of value... Essentially any business. it does so with more trust, more safety, more flexibility and less cost than any legacy situation that makes heavy use of middlemen that extract rents in exchange for questionable value add. 

I believe that this "invention" is likely the economic and paradigm shredding equivalent of the advent of the Internet, simply on larger scale. First, there's the sheet potential of scale for Bitcoin, and the precedent of its predecessor and compatriot in protocol-based disintermediation, the Internet...

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Second is our patent pending value transfer technology embedded into the blockchain itself. It, in a nutshell, totally and absolutely disintermediates banks, brokerages and exchanges through the use of these programmable "unbreakable promises"...

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Most with just slight modicum of imagination and insight would be hard pressed not to be exicted, or at the very least, extremely curious about these new technologies, products and services. This is particularly true since the financial services sector is so ripe for disintermediation - reference BitLicense Part 4: Fact- Bank Product Prices Rise Faster Than Income & ALL Other Expenses, Fact- UltraCoin Can Drop Bank Product Prices Dramatically.

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So, what is a middle-aged nascent entrepenuer to do? There actually is a meaningful pool of potential investors who do see value in what I described above. My ex-client and subscriber base. Many of my followers have taken it upon themselves to autonomously approach me for investment, including prominent UHNW families (globally known), technology entrepreneurs with recent liquidity events ($600M+), and long time readers who have connections. I'll share the story of one such long time (since 2009) reader below.

Of the early seed investors, this British chap was actually the first to send in money. He called and said he heard me say i was starting a bitcoin-based company and said he wanted to invest. I told him I have another seed investment coming and I was closing the valuation in this round. He wired the money from overseas in less than 48 hours. I was impressed. He used to run a fund-of-funds marketing company and told me that he had many powerful contacts in the UK. I was reluctant at first, and uber-busy. I had just secured verbal commitments for $12 million (on a $4M round) when this chap finally convinced me to swin across the pond. I'll be honest, I was reluctant. So, there I was, arriving at Picadilly Circus going down to the Royal Automotive Club where he arranged for me to stay and have my first introductory meeting with him and his associate.

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This is olde English money, and quite a lovely place to boot. So, jet-lagged, and with much work to do in a place that doesn't allow computer or cell phone use in any of the public areas (yes, quite old school) I meet in the dining area...

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We go over the string of meeting that have been set up and the "Thought Leader's dinner" that has been setup up on my behalf as the keynote speaker. The first two meetings were one's that I set up myself from the states through my contacts from India and Wall Street banks. They third stop was to drop off some coins in the Thames River, just under London Bridge. Guess who caught them???

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Expect one helluva show when this airs. That's all I've got to say on that topic for now. After a couple of more meetings I headed over to the Cavalry & Guards Club on Piccadilly for the dinner. An interesting, old money club that is steeped in English military history. 

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The dinner began with quick tutorial on the history of the club and its importance re: the battle of Waterloo, etc. The dinner included over 40 extremely interesting people. Here's the place setting before we got started - each and everyone of the invtees placed at the table appeared. Standing room only - and all to hear what yours truly had to say about Bitcoin's investment potential.

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The room was packed with brainpower - packed! Since they are big on privacy, I will not reveal names, but I can reveal statistics. Over $35 Billion dollars of assets under management directly controlled by the people sitting in those seats. Over $1.2 Trillion controlled by the corporate entities that they represented. Industries included banking, asset management, insurance, real estate, telecomm, energy, commodities trading and medical. Nearly half were successful serial entrepeneurs in their own right, with several having had their own multiple liquidity events. Even a member from the Bitcoin foundation was present. The vast majority were bitcoin skeptical. As for my presentation??? Let's say there's some big money, some olde money, and some money that many thought would never flow into this space any time soon that is quite anxious to investigate crashing the party.

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Between Europe and the US, I plan on raising the largest investment to ever go into a distributed trust (the core tech behind bitcoin) ever!

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On October 17th I penned Reggie Middleton's Open Letter of Commoditization and Disintermediation to Wall Street: Pay Attention Jamie Dimon! Here's an excerpt from the intro of a letter written to the CEO iof a bulge bracket bank included in said missive:

...this is my more fleshed out missive detailing what I see as the inevitable commoditization of your industry. Wall Street in general (and XXXXXXXXXXX in particular) is about to become “MP3’d” (disintermediated), just as the music industry did along its 75% slide in revenues over a 10 year period. Our goal is, in no uncertain terms, to expedite this disintermediation. In essence, our job is to cleave at least 75% of the revenues off of Wall Street banks!

Hopefully, I’ve gotten your attention. Let’s discuss the opportunity - and the threat - to XXXXXXXXXXX in more detail as I present a clearly laid out roadmap to either your firm’s relative failure, or resounding success.

 

The Challenge to Wall Street and XXXXXXXXXXX

“In the next 10-20 years, 58% of financial advisors will be replaced by software robots and AI.”Frey and Osborne, Oxford University

This is not grandiloquence. We can show our venture alone cutting over 3-4% off of XXXXXXXXXXX’s non-interest revenues and up to 30% of net income attributable to common within 8 to 12 quarters of gaining traction. This is accomplished by removing your pricing power in your most lucrative businesses – transactions, fees and commissions.

In Banking Risk, Reward and Demise - The Age of Programmable Currencies, I posted a most telling graphic...

This drop in revenues and profitability is extreme when viewed today. The effect of "robots" (cloud based streaming services powered by algorithms [robots]) as reported by Wired Magazine today, and as excerpted [emphasis added]:

Consider the fact that it takes roughly one million spins on Pandora for a songwriter to earn just $90. Avicii’s release “Wake Me Up!” that I co-wrote and sing, for example, was the most streamed song in Spotify history and the 13th most played song on Pandora since its release in 2013, with more than 168 million streams in the US. And yet, that yielded only $12,359 in Pandora domestic royalties— which were then split among three songwriters and our publishers. In return for co-writing a major hit song, I’ve earned less than $4,000 domestically from the largest digital music service.

The streaming services and their cloud based "robots" are hurting more than just songrwriters. Record companies are forced to see that graphic above, which was exacerbated by streaming services as they usurped control from MP3 download services that started the decline, which was exacerbated by the iTunes business model. Now, even iTunes is facing the heat from streaming services as its margins and revenues are pressured, forcing them to by the Beats music streaming service (along with the headphone/hardware operation for a gross $3.2B).

Veritaseum's UltraCoin is a potent brew consisting of a combination of:

  1. the ULTIMATE CLOUD - the BLOCKCHAIN;
  2. the ULTIMATE ROBOTS - Scripted money and "SMART CONTRACTS"
  3. and the same peer to peer technology that precipitated the fall of the record industry - ALL WRAPPED UP IN ONE PRODUCT AIMED AT WALL STREET!!! 

The letter to that bulge bracket bank CEO referenced at the beginning of this post ended like this:

One simply cannot stuff the technology genie back into the bottle. Even before critical mass in adoption is achieved, the bulge bracket banks (XXXXXXXXXXX included) will witness a structural decline in margins. Despite this margin compression, there will be a small contingent of banks who will emerge as winners because they will cannibalize the revenues of their competitors adopting and embracing the forces behind this paradigm shift. Doing this will require not only sufficient vision, dexterity and entrepreneurial expertise (the type seldom found in multi-billion dollar global institutions), but exceptional execution to be among the first movers. Money center banks can try to figure this out on their own (good luck being entrepreneurial and first movers), or they can team up with us.

We are a startup, and we’re the first movers! To maintain our advantage, and to gain traction quickly, we’re soliciting established distribution partners. Teaming with us can essentially be boiled down to whether you are the disintermediators - or the disintermediated!

Our Advantage

UltraCoin provides, with full transparency, universal access to any publicly traded financial instrument, on any exchange, at a fraction of the cost of bulge bracket and even many deep discount brokers.

Our patent-pending (we are confident that we’re the first to file, meaning the rest of the Street must come in behind us) products provide access to over 75,000 tickers in all major asset classes from exchanges and bourses from around the world in an innumerable combination of pairs and combinations – not merely just the traditional, binary, long and short. This is not an idea, or mere concept, or whitepaper. This is a tangible product that is available right now and already making significant waves in money center bank circles (download here). Below is a screenshot of my active wallet on my tablet as I type this. 

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How do we get started? 

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I offer you in gift wrapped packaging - the “first mover advantage”!

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Yesterday, I attended (and apparently partially disrupted) the Bitcoin Law: Regulatory and Transactions Symposium at the New York Law School yesterday morning. See pics below, and make no mistake about it... the world is putting serious intellectual capital into the bitcoin economy now. There's no turning back!

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This panel presided over a discussion of payments and transactions...

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Needless to say, the topic of Apple and Apple Pay came up. All of a sudden... BOOM! The RDF appeared out of nowhere and filled the room. Apple is this, Apple is that, Apple is so great as compared to Google. My regular readers and followers know the routine.

My regular readers and followers also know that I couldn't just sit back and let the Apple RDF simply disrupt everything true, factual and real, so I stepped in and... well, I disrupted :-). Unfortunately, I didn't get video of it since I was the one disrupting so I decided to put a little home made video in after the fact. Enjoy!

Those who wish to try our new trading platform to go long or short Apple or Google, or both - simply download the client and the quickstart guide, and let 'er rip! Remember, this is the only place you can trade at this level - peer to peer, without banks, brokerages or exchanges and the counterparty/credit risk and privacy issues that they introduce.

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The following is a reacted letter that I just sent to a rather influential person in one of the bulge bracket banks of Wall Street.  I decided to simply be frank and tell it like it is. AFter all, why play games or beat around the bush. It is what it is, right?

 

(Name redacted for the sake of privacy and professional courtesy), this is my more fleshed out missive detailing what I see as the inevitable commoditization of your industry. Wall Street in general (and XXXXXXXXXXX in particular) is about to become “MP3’d” (disintermediated), just as the music industry did along its 75% slide in revenues over a 10 year period. Our goal is, in no uncertain terms, to expedite this disintermediation. In essence, our job is to cleave at least 75% of the revenues off of Wall Street banks!

Hopefully, I’ve gotten your attention. Let’s discuss the opportunity - and the threat - to XXXXXXXXXXX in more detail as I present a clearly laid out roadmap to either your firm’s relative failure, or resounding success.

 

The Challenge to Wall Street and XXXXXXXXXXX

 

“In the next 10-20 years, 58% of financial advisors will be replaced by software robots and AI.”Frey and Osborne, Oxford University

This is notgrandiloquence. We can show our venture alone cutting over 3-4% off of XXXXXXXXXXX’s non-interest revenues and up to 30% of net income attributable to common within 8 to 12 quarters of gaining traction. This is accomplished by removing your pricing power in your most lucrative businesses – transactions, fees and commissions.

Drilling Down On XXXXXXXXXXX’s Unique and Particular Vulnerabilities - or-  Why You Should Be Paying Attention

XXXXXXXXXXX derives more than 95% of its total revenues from non-interest earning transactions/businesses. This comprises revenues from Investment Banking, Asset Management & Investment, Brokerage Commissions & Fees. Let’s analyze the percentage of business that could be impacted the year after traction of our value transaction system by assuming a certain percentage reduction in fees. We have assessed the potential impact on the bank’s annual revenues and profitability as follows:

  1. XXXXXXXXXXX could see around 3-4% decline in its non-interest income. The bank’s net interest could fall by 7-8% off compression in its net interest margin.

  2. Now, the firm could very well see lower expenses on account of compensation benefits for employees (due to decrease in variable pay, reference the “58% of financial advisors will be replaced” quote above from Oxford), however, this impact is not going to be significant enough to offset the likely decline in revenues. On a more personal level and more to the point, it represents a ~58% chance of you getting fired. The compensation heavy Wall Street culture is ill fitted to battle the disruptors we are bringing to bear during a major technology paradigm shift!

  3. Net Income could drop by a significant percentage ~ 30%.

Who We Are and What We Are Doing

Our core product, UltraCoin, is at the intersection of the Bitcoin protocol software, robotics, and financial services. It is already recognized as a driving factor in the full scale disintermediation of Wall Street:

“The disintermediation caused by Middleton’s UltraCoin has the potential to disrupt the brokerage industry.” AlleyWatch

“… a direct threat to fiat merchant banking.” Fortune

“… the perfect storm of disruption, as it renders trading fees, brokerage fees, and those infamous Wall Street bonuses obsolete. The sheer scale of disruption this technology brings with it makes it something to watch.” The Hash Report

 

The Bitcoin blockchain threatens to dramatically reduce the ability of financial services companies to charge for transactions - all transactions. We have, through our UltraCoin wallet,  enabled synthetic versions of nearly all of the financial assets XXXXXXXXXXX deals with, and enabled them to be traded peer to peer (meaning without an exchange or broker) via the blockchain. These new age tools look very similar to what XXXXXXXXXXX currently sells to its clientele at a significant, and now, ephemeral premium. Our stuff looks no different from your stuff, yet is dramatically cheaper, more flexible and more capable. As a result of being blockchain-based, we’ve also reduced the default/counterparty/credit risk to effectively zero.

 

XXXXXXXXXXX’s Opportunity - a partnership where you benefit from our rapid development tech and we benefit from your distribution network

Let’s be frank and upfront. The banking hegemony as we know it is about to undergo a dramatic, disruptive structural change. Pretending you are immune simply guarantees you to be the one stepped on in lieu of the one doing the stepping. The same is true in taking too long to act, or acting by moving in the wrong direction. I referenced the record industry and MP3s as a prime example. The assertion that regulation will protect banks from technology where it didn’t for the record industry is a straw man’s argument, at best. Try as they may, at the end of the day - regulators cannot, should not, and probably don’t even want to regulate software and prototcols. It’s a new day and age.

One simply cannot stuff the technology genie back into the bottle. Even before critical mass in adoption is achieved, the bulge bracket banks (XXXXXXXXXXX included) will witness a structural decline in margins. Despite this margin compression, there will be a small contingent of banks who will emerge as winners because they will cannibalize the revenues of their competitors adopting and embracing the forces behind this paradigm shift. Doing this will require not only sufficient vision, dexterity and entrepreneurial expertise (the type seldom found in multi-billion dollar global institutions), but exceptional execution to be among the first movers. Money center banks can try to figure this out on their own (good luck being entrepreneurial and first movers), or they can team up with us.

We are a startup, and we’re the first movers! To maintain our advantage, and to gain traction quickly, we’re soliciting established distribution partners. Teaming with us can essentially be boiled down to whether you are the disintermediators - or the disintermediated!

 

Our Advantage

UltraCoin provides, with full transparency, universal access to any publicly traded financial instrument, on any exchange, at a fraction of the cost of bulge bracket and even many deep discount brokers.

 

Our patent-pending (we are confident that we’re the first to file, meaning the rest of the Street must come in behind us) products provide access to over 75,000 tickers in all major asset classes from exchanges and bourses from around the world in an innumerable combination of pairs and combinations – not merely just the traditional, binary, long and short. This is not an idea, or mere concept, or whitepaper. This is a tangible product that is available right now and already making significant waves in money center bank circles (download here). Below is a screenshot of my active wallet on my tablet as I type this. 

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How do we get started? 

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I offer you in gift wrapped packaging - the “first mover advantage”!

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eBay spins off PayPal. It's being spun as a not so acquiesencs to the forceful overtures of the activist invest from Queens NY, Carl Icahn. Here's what the media (namely the NY Times and the Wall Street Journal - the two mainstream publications that broke the story) are missing. eBay CEO Donohue is actually telling the truth in that they are not bowing to the demands of Icahn (after all, they essentially won that battle and only had to give up a single board seat, a mutually agreed upon seat at that. Let's closely parse what was said:

Still, Mr. Donahoe allowed that “the pace of change accelerated over the past six months” in the payments sector, citing the emergence of Apple Pay and Alibaba’s initial public offering. (He later contended that the company had seen such developments on the horizon, arguing, “I don’t think we were late.”)

You see, the advent of Bitcoin protocol technology and distributed ledger services threaten to bring the cost of digital payments as close to zero as any company would dare to imagine, with the liklihood of negative margin within sight. For all who don't believe, reference Payment Processors, Patents and a Dollop of Healthy Paranoia.

Neither eBay nor a newly spun-off PayPal unit woud want to see that, to wit:

Since then, it has been one of the fastest-growing parts of eBay, accounting for about 41 percent of its parent’s total net revenue last year. Over the last 12 months, PayPal processed about $203 billion in payment volume, and now counts roughly 153 million active digital wallets.

Just imagine if Veritasuem's smart contract technology was paired with near zero cost Bitcoin payments transaction tech, what would happen to companies like PayPal, services such as Apple Pay or large legacy processor such as Amex or Mastercard when soliciting mobile payments for hot e-commerce services like the car ride app Uber and the room rental site Airbnb. 

We can essentially bypass the payment processor by having the payment itself do its own processing using money than comes with its own transport rail system built in escrow and dispute resolution systems.

Uh Oh!

Download our smart contract system for value trading to see how disruptive this tech is to the brokerage industry. Download Now! We will be relelasing payment systems soon.

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The following are a series of tweets I made on this topic this morning...

 

 

 

 

The following is a quick pictorial for those who wish to take a short position on the major Russian equity index or the ruble (both of which has seen marked declines over the last month) using either our micropayments system for small trades under $5 down to a few pennies, or larger trades up to several million.

First a setup to short the Russian Stock Index, denominated in USD.

Short Russuan Equity Indux in USD

 The "place order" dialog offers a summary of the smart contract to be issued. The contract is set to end at the close of trading at the NYSE. The setting takes advantage of a new feature that we've implemented to facilitate more control over your trades and contracts via an advanced smart contract terms entry system. See below

advanced smart contract terms entry system 

This allows you to set the time the swap contract starts, ends, and is cancelled - all before you put your contract out to be accepted by any other party. You can also set and adjust you collateral requirements (think margin) for assets that may be perceived as less (or more) risky. This puts the Veritaseum UltraCoin system pretty much at feature parity with typical online, bulge bracket or discount brokers and offers much more in terms of tradeable inventory or safety. An example of said safety was illustrated in "Warning To Exchange, Brokerage & Investment Bank Customers: Don't Try Micro Transactions & Full Transparency Fund Flow Tracing At Home".

Below you see trade set up shorting the Russian ruble to receive long exposure to the USD. If you want to take the opposite side to this, or the trade above, simply hit the "switch" button in between "Receive" and "Pay" and it will reverse your exposures. It's as simple as that.  

Short Russuan Ruble in USD

This is what those contracts look like after being put out to the UltraCoin market to be accepted by another party...

Russian shorts in trade list 

This CNBC/Max Keiser video clip is now so appropo!

Go to the 4:00 mark...

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Veritaseum's beta 2 of its Bitcoin wallet, the UltraCoin wallet, is now available for download. It trades the derivative value of BTC and all major crypto currencies, all major forex pairs and individual currencies and over 75,000 tickers of stocks, bonds, commodities, indices, options and futures via smart contracts and optional micro-payment contracts - all on peer to peer basis with zero (or low) trust, counterparty and credit risk free basis.
New to the wallet is the ability to time entry into and exit from the smart contracts (ex. have the contract activate only at market open or end at market close), cancel them at a pre-conceived date and time (after earnings announcements), adjust collateral (think manipulate your own margin requirements) and track any transaction made (via the blockchain).
We recently pitched this to one of the world's largest money center banks and they claimed this was, by far, the best and most advanced bitcoin app they have every come across. I was, of course, elated to hear that! Download the newest beta here.
Screenshots of the new beta in action: 

UItraCoin Smart Contract Bitcoin Wallet - The Most Powerful Bitcoin Software In THE WORLD Blockchain tracker

UItraCoin Smart Contract Bitcoin Wallet - The Most Powerful Bitcoin Software In THE WORLD Portfolio

 

 

UItraCoin Smart Contract Bitcoin Wallet - The Most Powerful Bitcoin Software In THE WORLD Blockchain tracker

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What happens when you combine the world class analysis behind BoomBustBlog with bleeding edge tech behind Veritaseum's UltraCoin? Here's the answer...

On August 20th, 2014 I posted: Apple's Price Hits All-Time High On New Product Speculation, Take Your Positions Via UltraCoin, to wit:

Bloomberg reports: Apple Soars to Record Amid Optimism About Coming ProductsApple Soars to Record Amid Optimism About Coming Products

Apple Inc.’s stock soared to an all-time high, surpassing a 2012 record as investors look ahead to new products such as bigger-screen iPhones and a wristwatch-like device that may jump-start revenue growth.

Apple rose 1.4 percent to $100.53 yesterday, topping the split-adjusted record of $100.30 reached on Sept. 19, 2012, just before the iPhone 5 went on sale. The shares, which have advanced 25 percent this year, extended their gains today before the markets opened, trading as high as $100.98.

Here's my take on Apple back on that fateful iPhone 5 release date.

Here's my opinion at the iPhone 6 release date (go to the 15:16 marker)...

Now, back to Apple's Price Hits All-Time High On New Product Speculation, Take Your Positions Via UltraCoin...

This is what a bear (contrarian) trade on Apple looks like in UltraCoin...

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To illustrate the flexibility of the UltraCoin trading system, I've presented a scenario where you can actually swap Apple returns for Google returns in lieu of simply going long Apple or short Apple.

AAPL for GOOG swap trade

You can also swap Apple returns for USD, EUR, GBP, or RMB - which is essentially shorting it in various currencies. If you are bullish on Apple, simple click the "switch" button, which will reverse the exposures.

Did it work? Well...

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Download the UltraCoin client here. Anyone who wants to try the system out with small trades of .01BTC can simple create them and email me to take the other side of the trade (I'll take the opposite side of any trade).

 

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 I sat down with about a dozen or so (legal, executiuon, KYC and AML) higher level executives of one of the world's largest banks today. It was a fruitful discussion. The following is the document that was given to serve as a guide to the discussion.

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