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Many people reading this will share the author’s interest in Asian markets, specifically China, where it seems virtually anything can be produced for less. Competitive labor is not the only thing about China that interests us: their vast population and language also mystify many of us. Trying to invest in China or do business with China is an arduous process. To do it in a serious way, you have to go there, and to really succeed, you probably also need to speak the language. While this will still be the case even as technology improves the situation, Red Pulse has identified a transformative business opportunity in providing a decentralized, verifiable, globally accessible resource for investment information regarding China.

While sources of information on China’s financial markets and industries abound, information accuracy and transparency are ongoing problems.

Another thing mentioned in the early passages of the Red Pulse paper is that the on-rush of connected devices as well as new informational resources regarding the Chinese market have created a vast wealth of information, however there is also far more information available than one human can digest. This creates opportunities for bad actors and profiteers to profit through misinformation:

A common theme is for China market pundits and reputable news sources to report on a market rumor in the morning, only to have it be denied in the afternoon.

The Red Pulse whitepaper is authored by two chartered financial analysts named Jonathan Ha and Stanley Chao. Ha has a degree from the University of Pennsylvania. He spent five previous years in consulting, and also some time at LG Electronics. The company has gone from the ground to now planning to launch a massive product with the help of an ICO. They are clear throughout the paper that they don’t want you to see this as a speculative instrument, but if you’re reading Hacked, that’s precisely what you want to do, whether it’s short or long term, getting liquid is your goal. Therefore, we’ll have to dock some pointage for this, since we prefer tokens to provide value based on their utility instead of based on faith in the technology they will enable. This is only a minor setback for Red Pulse, though.

Stanley Chao just lists himself as “Data Science & Analytics Manager” for Red Pulse on his Crunchbase profile, and that he is from Shanghai. According to his LinkedIn profile, however, he has been a due dilligence analyst as well as a marketing associate in the financial world. He’s done a little of everything. One of his titles includes President.

RPX Token

The purpose of the RPX token will be to sustain the growth of the Red Pulse information platform. What Red Pulse’s platform provides is access to accurate information and, troublingly, a reliance on people for accurate information, ultimately. We, of course, believe that AI should be integrated more, but we don’t hear much of that in the Red Pulse whitepaper. This is unfortunate. They have in their roadmap the building of an AI helper for premier clients, but that’s all they mention when it comes to using AI in their platform. We’d prefer it was used in some kind of content delivery capacity, as well, such that it could filter bad content based on various flags that readers could provide.

Nevertheless, although the Red Pulse progenitors don’t want speculation on their token, according ot the way they describe in the whitepaper at least –

RPX is the currency used to drive our monetization system, and relies primarily upon research consumers to determine relative payment amounts for each article. RPX can also be acquired by content consumers that wish to further increase the baseline RPX reward attached to research“prompts” that are initially funded by the Red Pulse platform. Doing so will prioritize certain research “prompts” to be more lucrative for content producers. […]

We consider the RPX token to have practical and sustainable utility as a mechanism for driving our research platform, and should not fall under the definition of a financial security. That being said, we are exploring the necessary requirements for SEC registration. In the interim, we will not be accepting U.S. citizens as part of our RPX crowdsale, to ensure we are operating within current regulatory policies.

They list a number of different applications for the RPX token, however, all of which incentivize people to hold the token in advance of people requiring said tokens for these purposes. This is called speculation, even if it is long-term, optimistic speculation, as some of the use cases go.

But one of the use cases listed is for Steem-like, decentralized content platforms for people to share information, incentivized by RPX tokens. Another is a content rating system that is decentralized for accuracy. This will cut through some of the professional rumor mills and even allegedly government funded shops that influence the Chinese markets.

In contrast to more established financial markets such as the US and Europe, where institutional investors make up more than 90% of participants by trading activity, China’s stock market activity is dominated by individual investors, representing an estimated 80% of all trading activity.

The above statistic stands out, because it demonstrates that there will probably definite be a strong demand for the RPX token when the Chinese market begins to use it for bilateral trading information.

Thus, while the goal of the team at Red Pulse is to attempt to maintain some form of steady value so that information in the market place can work through a reasonable price discovery phase, it would seem that if demand is high, the value of each token will obviously increase. This will mean that those who get the token earlier on will have some advantage over those who come in later, since the token has virtually immediate utility in a useful enterprise – namely, real-world business applications.

The versatility of the token outlined in the whitepaper also entails many use-cases not envisioned. As with anything very well-done, there are future uses which are not envisioned. This is to allude to a point made by the author in an earlier analysis, regarding Enigma, in which he concluded that Red Pulse could and likely should simply expand to consume the functions that Enigma is promising the world.

Chinese Government Implications

Another thing that the Red Pulse terminal will be able to provide people is information about the regulatory environment of China and wherever else the terminal is operated and people provide information. This is useful to people trying to conduct international business on their own. Often, without long, expensive travel, it’s difficult to get things together in such a way that you really have your finger on the pulse of even your own business. Tools that would enable you to have accurate information about the pursuits you were engaged in abroad would be useful.

However, a reader made a useful point to this writer: it seems that anything done in China, the government likes to get its hands into. So we must always be wary that another effort will lift off somewhere else, provide all the same and more services, and Red Pulse will be left in the dust. Short term though, as an investment, it’s likely to be an earner, from flash to bang.

The Rise of the Crypto Bloombergs

As a closing point on the Red Pulse technology and platform, we have to add that it will not be the only. We foresee many such products reaching the market. Red Pulse will be one, but probably not even the only one, that specializes and focuses on Chinese-Western trading. Others will follow.

The Verdict

This author suggests that short and long-term, Red Pulse has a great product, a great team, and the tokens have a great future ahead of them. We land relatively high in spirits and numerical score here.

Risk

  • The risk of government still managing to interfere with, act upon, and influence information in the system is strong. We deduct 2.25 points for the likelihood that some problems will require technical solutions.
  • A lack of next-level smart solutions, like AI to rate content and trade patterns, behaviors, and beyond, is problematic. We’d like to see more forward-looking firms in such a forward-looking space. -2

Growth Potential

  • Everyone in business knows that volume is only heading more and more to Asia, and international trade is only growing. Those first to market with tools and terminals which provide real-time, accurate information to those that need it will be very valuable assets indeed. We believe the product is solid, and that it will deliver results, and that this will bring value to the token holder. +6
  • Further, we find nothing at fault with the team. In addition to the impressive founder we have in Jonathan Ha, there is also Peter Alexander for a chairman. Alexander previously worked at Prudential in Asia. +4
  • For general excitement, we lend an additional point which may later be deducted. +1

Disposition

We arrive at an 11 – 4.25, or 6.75, relatively high in the high tides of ICOs these days. We really suggest you think long and hard before passing on the first NEO ICO. Presumably, this will raise tides for NEO as well, but we weren’t here to discuss that aspect.

Investment Details

Red Pulse only want to raise $15 million dollars. They will be selling the RPX tokens at a rate of 1000 to 1 NEO. Bonuses will be paid depending on the day (for day 1, 30%, day 2-3, 20%, and day 4-7, 10% bonuses respectively ) you invest, but one imagines this token sale might be over the first day. We recommend preparedness; acquiring NEO via Binance or one of the other exchanges is advisable in the meantime. Check https://coin.red-pulse.com/ sometime before September 10th to ensure you are prepared.

The author reserves the right to invest in Red Pulse.

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  1. sinos

    August 29, 2017 at 11:59 am

    Thanks for the Red Pulse analysis. From reading here and on the ICO page it’s not clear which neo wallets are supported… Or can I just use my Bittrex wallet?

    • P. H. Madore

      August 30, 2017 at 12:04 am

      I’ve never participated in a NEO ICO yet, but I assume the main thing should be that you can send it to them. I would ask them for specifics, as I didn’t see that anywhere myself. I should have looked into it, and perhaps I will when I cover it again closer to the ICO. I live in the US so I may have to wait until after the ICO to get RPX tokens.

    • ddreifuerst

      August 30, 2017 at 2:30 pm

      Where can we get rpx post ico?

      • Inverstor Clouseau

        August 31, 2017 at 1:38 pm

        Binance for now. Though they’re looking at other exchanges they said

        • ddreifuerst

          August 31, 2017 at 8:26 pm

          From my reading of SEC’s July announcement it’s not illegal for us citizens to participate in an ico. Red pulse is just not allowing us citizens to participate to not deal with the sec am.i correct?

          This a company policy not a if you participate you are in trouble with the law policy

          • Inverstor Clouseau

            August 31, 2017 at 11:00 pm

            Right, but I hear they will request passport or other ID, proving that you are not a resident of Singapor, China or the US.

    • mitchpah

      September 4, 2017 at 1:39 pm

      Hi Ph, what’s your analysis post NEO dump and news that china has banned ICO’s?

      • mitchpah

        September 4, 2017 at 2:10 pm

        / could it be possible this is some intentional market manipulation by the Chinese government?

  2. bluntt

    August 29, 2017 at 5:32 pm

    what do u think about the recent turn of events and how would you rate redpulse after they said the wont allow residents of china to participate in the sale?

    • P. H. Madore

      August 30, 2017 at 12:03 am

      I don’t think it’s fatal. I think if they meet their funding goal, there will be RPX available for the people who weren’t able to get in on the ICO.

  3. Titanbooker

    August 29, 2017 at 9:55 pm

    I couldn’t find this information in their FAQ. Will it be a first come first served sale? What is the maximum contribution? I’m registered in their list, so I hope there will be some more information but just checking if I’ve missed sth.?

    • P. H. Madore

      August 30, 2017 at 12:02 am

      It doesn’t mention a maximum contribution, but it will be first come, first served. You will have to meet their KYC guidelines, as I understand it. I’m probably going to end up waiting until this one hits the exchange, to avoid any problems.

    • dnyoto

      August 31, 2017 at 8:12 pm

      There is a hard cap of 50k USD per person and you can only send once. If you send more than the cap, it will be automatically returned to your wallet. This is programed in its smart contract.

  4. Titanbooker

    August 30, 2017 at 12:23 am

    Thanks! Are there any tricks as with Ethereum ICOs where you increase the gas? If they release the recipient address slightly earlier, should I send immediately thereafter or only send when the time hits the full hour? Heard crazy stuff about ICOs selling out in 15 seconds, so just want to be prepared as with the low cap and no maximum contribution this will likely be another one of these.

  5. gxd01

    August 30, 2017 at 9:06 am

    Any comments on the fact the NEO wallet(s) need to be updated in order to actually transfer the coins. My understanding is we can see them, but not do anything until a separate DEV team update their wallets to allow that. I am sure they will – it’s just an added risk?

  6. Inverstor Clouseau

    August 30, 2017 at 2:12 pm

    With China out it gives us a small chance to get in on this. Which NEO wallet is reccommended?

  7. cryptonoob

    September 2, 2017 at 8:53 am

    There’s another wallet that will be updated to display the RPX token if you get it from the ICO. I’ll post the name if I can find it. Anyway if you manage to be part of the ICO, the token will be associated with your NEO wallet address so you don’t need to have the updated wallet GUI to get the tokens.

  8. Ksisis

    September 4, 2017 at 7:18 am

    Is there a mistake in time zones on RPX web site? 09 00 EDT not equals 21 00 CST

    TOKEN SALE PERIOD:
    2017/09/10 (0900EDT/1300GMT/2100CST)

    • cryptonoob

      September 4, 2017 at 8:06 am

      This CST is China Standard Time, not Central Standard Time

  9. tutul

    September 6, 2017 at 11:54 am

    so basiclly they are doing research.
    its look like veritasium offer the same thing.
    robbots that doing reaserch.

    is there any reason to belive this one is going to the moon?

    • beaupain

      September 6, 2017 at 4:42 pm

      its chinese and majority of the investors are asians in the cryptoworld. whilst ico is forbidden, the purchase of coins is not. Hence, 2nd market could be massive.

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Litecoin Price Analysis: LTC/USD Developers to Slash Transaction Cost, with Upcoming Core Update

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  • Litecoin fees are set to be largely reduced in the forthcoming upgrade, in an attempt to boost adoption.
  • LTC/USD remains heavily dictated by triangular pattern, behavior suggests a breakout is imminent. 

Litecoin Fees to lower by 10x in next Core Release

The Litecoin foundation will be updating the Litecoin protocol to version 0.17, following an announcement via Twitter. This update will ultimately reduce the network’s fees drastically compared to its already nominal costs.

It is reported that with this upcoming upgrade, the network fee will go down to $0.005. Their goal is to encourage greater adoption of Litecoin. Currently, the average transaction fee is floating around $0.05. Bitcoin’s transaction fee is currently seen around $0.10.

At the back end of 2017, a large bull market was observed. Bitcoin prices were up at heights around $20,000. Users as an alternative started to use LTC, given its inexpensive nature, in comparison to Bitcoin. It is interesting to note also that Bitcoin transactions were as much as $55 during those highs. However, Litecoin remained by far competitive, facilitating lower transaction fees, less than $1. During the peak, LTC fees reached $1.5.

Litecoin’s Core lead developer, Adrian Gallagher, was commenting on the upgrade intentions, saying: “To encourage more adoption and usage of Litecoin, I think lowering the fees are a good thing. We’re not even close to block limits and the block size on disk is pretty small (20GB) relative to other coins. Technically people can already adjust their fees right now to the one above, because of the more relaxed min relay/dust relay fee.”

Elsewhere, he was speaking about the current market conditions, believing that the bear market being observed, will not last. Predicting that in the next three to six months, prices could start to rise again. He stated: “With lower fees, it would be possible to lay down the foundation for a fee rate, that can grow proactively rather than re-actively.”

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LTC/USD daily chart

Looking via the daily time frame, LTC/USD price action remains trapped and dictated by a triangular pattern. This is seen across several of the other cryptocurrencies. The calls of an imminent breakout make much sense, with this type of price behavior seen.

Over the past few days, upside has been capped around the $55 mark. Further north, resistance is seen at the $56.50-60, the upper part of the triangular pattern formation. A breakout higher should allow a run well into the $60 territory. Testing the 27th September high ($65.85) would be probable. Supply is seen running from that high up until $70, where the price faltered on 4th September.

In terms of support, $53 has proven to be an area of comfort, over the last five sessions. The lower trend line of the above-mentioned pattern is seen tracking at $51.50. Finally, a demand zone is seen just below running from the big $50 mark, down to $0.47.

Disclaimer: The author owns bitcoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies. He holds investment positions in the coins, but does not engage in short-term or day-trading.

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Pre-Market Analysis And Chartbook: Chinese Stocks Extend Rally

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Monday Market Snapshot

Asset Current Value Daily Change
S&P 500 2,773 0.22
DAX 30 11,629 0.65%
WTI Crude Oil 69.42 0.07%
GOLD 1,226 -0.28%
Bitcoin 6,406 -0.10%
EUR/USD 1.1513 0.01%

Global stock markets started out the week on a positive note, with Chinese equities surging higher, extending their late-day gains from Friday. European and US indices are not that enthusiastic though, and from a technical standpoint, today’s early rally didn’t change anything yet, with the declining trends in the majority of risk assets being intact. With the economic calendar being empty today, technicals, the EU-Italy debate, and the Khashoggi-assassination will likely be in focus.

Shanghai Composite Index CFD, 4-Hour Chart Analysis

The Shanghai Composite gained the most in two days in over 2 years, with the active help of PBOC, and the benchmark is now testing the previous support that held up Chinese stocks during the bear market. The index broke above one declining trendline and that could open up the way for a larger correction, even if the broader trend is still clearly bearish. The 2700 level could be in the center of attention this week, especially if global markets can also rally following two weeks of turmoil.

S&P 500 Futures, 4-Hour Chart Analysis

US stock futures are broadly higher in European trading, but the momentum of the move is very weak, and the gains of the Asian session are already eroding. From a technical standpoint, the short-term picture is clearly bearish and the charts suggest a test of the lows this week, especially as small-caps continue to underperform and market internals are negative.

Treasury yields are unchanged so far, as Italian assets are up today, and safe haven flows slightly reversed in early trading. The short-end of the yield curve is still very close to its recent highs, and with the European Central Bank’s rate decision on tap this week, we expect further fireworks in bonds, and in turn equities.

Currencies Already Active as Emerging Markets Still in Trouble

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While the Chinese rally helped equities across the board, other emerging markets lagged on Friday, and despite today’s bounce their technical position still suggests troubles ahead. The EEM ETF is set to open well below the break-out level near 41, and with that, the segment is among the weakest parts of the global market. While the most vulnerable currencies are still performing very well, stocks are seemingly sinking into a grueling bear market.

Elsewhere in currencies, we already saw relatively large moves to start the week, as the EUR/USD rallied up to 1.1550 thanks to the optimism regarding the Italian budget. The most traded pair already sunk back in the red, and the Dollar is higher against most of its peers, reversing some of Friday’s pullback. The Japanese Yen is the weakest so far, due to the Asian risk-on shift, and gold is also lower today as safe-haven assets are struggling.

Copper Futures, 4-Hour Chart Analysis

Besides gold, the key commodities are higher thanks to the Chinese rally, but both crude oil and copper are still below key resistance levels, as technicals are unchanged, so far today. The WTI crude contract is trading below the $70 per barrel level, while copper advanced up to the declining trendline of the consolidation pattern that has been dominating trading in the metal for almost a month.

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5 Things To Watch Next Week

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An Italian Budget Deal?

EuroStoxx50 Index CFD, 4-Hour Chart Analysis

Outside the European Union, the ongoing debate regarding the Italian budget might be quite perplexing, especially given the strong reaction by financial markets. While the relatively small budget deficit of the country is really violating the rules of the Eurozone, we have seen much larger deviations from the fiscal rules without meaningful consequences.

That said, the sorry state of the Italian financial system, the stealth capital flight from the country, and the structural imbalances of the ECB’s bond purchasing program validate the scrutiny of the EU. Some analysts say that the Italian banking system is outright insolvent, but in any case, deep structural reforms would be necessary, and the real issue behind the debate is the populist anti-EU rhetoric of the new government. With that mind, even if the two sides reach a deal on the budget, which could lead to a strong relief rally in Europe, Italy will likely cause further severe headaches down the road.

Trillions in Market Cap Reporting

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The US earnings season is entering its crucial phase, with next week being one of the busiest in this quarter. The Nasdaq will be in the focus throughout the week, but the sheer size of the tech giants reporting means that the whole market could experience wild swings.

The three largest companies Microsoft (MSFT), Amazon (AMZN), and Google parent Alphabet (GOOG), alone represent more than $2 trillion in market value, and Intel (INTC), Verizon (VZ), AT&T (T), Visa (V) are also very important for the US and the global economy.

So far, the quarter surpassed expectations, and should the string of earnings beats continue, it could provide stability to the shaky stock markets. Besides the largest firms, we will keep a close eye on anything China-related, to get authentic information on the real state of the country’s economy.

The European Central Bank Behind the Curve, as Usual…

EUR/USD, 4-Hour Chart Analysis

As global economic growth is clearly slowing, and the Italian worries already caused a widening in the yield spreads between the core and the periphery in the Eurozone, the ECB seems to be way behind the curve with its monetary policies.

Although the tightening the schedule of ECB is very gradual, we could still get a hawkish surprise next week, and that could enter the hall of fame among the disastrous decisions by the central bank. The ECB managed to hike rates in the middle of financial crises before (the summers of 2008 and 2011), and although the Euro’s weakness and the Fed’s tightening steps could give the impression that there is room for a hawkish shift, the macro backdrop suggests otherwise. Look for a strong bounce in the Euro and further weakness in equities, should Draghi & Co. confirm our suspicions.

Will the Chinese Bounce Last?

Shanghai Composite Index CFD, 4-Hour Chart Analysis

2018 for Chinese stocks has been nothing short of disastrous, with the key benchmarks entering deep bear markets, fading all rally attempts so far. With the largest credit bubble in history threatening the country’s financial system, and with Chinese growth being more important than ever for the global economy, what happens in the coming months could be crucial for all investors.

On Friday, one of the lowest (official) GDP prints came out from China, while auto sales also dropped for the first time in decades, suggesting that the stock market could be correct in pricing a hard landing. While the verbal and other forms of intervention lifted stocks before the weekend, should another rally attempt fail, the bear market could enter an accelerating, mainstream phase.

US Midterms Drawing Closer

The Chinese problems are likely not caused, but definitely amplified by the ongoing trade spat with the US, and before the midterm elections in three weeks time, it’s unlikely that we will see easing in the conflict. According to polls and prediction markets, the GOP will likely keep the Senate majority. While the Democrats are still expected to take the House, the Republicans and Trump seem to have the momentum.

As stocks usual suffer in times of political uncertainty, risk assets would likely be better of, at least short-term if the current trends would continue, as A blue House + Senate combination could mean two very stormy years in Washington.

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