Ethereum’s Harmony will not support upcoming Istanbul hardfork

Ethereum’s Harmony will not support upcoming Istanbul hardfork

                                 

With the Istanbul hardfork expected to roll out by 4 December,

developers of the Ethereum community have been releasing several upgrades in its ecosystem.The testnets before the execution of the Istanbul hardfork have been activated with Rinkeby testnet being the latest one. While the community is gearing up for the Kovan testnet scheduled for December, the team lead at Ethereum Péter Szilágyi affirmed that Rinkeby was a success.

His tweet read,

“The Rinkeby #Ethereum testnet is officially in Istanbul!!! :-)”

In more recent updates, Ethereum’s Tim Beiko took to Twitter to elaborate on the developments that took place in the Ethereum Core Devs Meeting #75. After the release of several versions of Nethermind, Besu, and Geth, Parity v2.5.10-stable and v.2.6.5-beta was the latest versions to be released. The release would add block numbers for the activation of the Istanbul hardfork on the mainnet along with other updates. Along with the latest versions of Parity, Aleth 1.7.0 was also released which focused on EIPs for the Istanbul hardfork. While the developers urged the community to update their nodes, Beiko revealed that only 16% of nodes were updated. Additionally, Beiko revealed that Harmony wouldn’t be supporting Istanbul.

His tweet read,

“We also have an update from EthereumJ/Harmony to announce that they will stop maintaining their Eth1 client to focus on Eth 2.0. They will not be supporting Istanbul.”

While meeting mainly focused on Istanbul as there were no major updates pertaining to the Berlin hard fork. Furthermore, Beiko revealed the status of Ice Age and

tweeted,

“One final update, on the Ice Age! @JHancock is still looking at predicting exactly when it will hit. He will share the numbers with core developers as soon as he has them!”

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Jed McCaleb has sold half the XRP he received left with 45 billion

Jed McCaleb has sold half the XRP he received; left with ~4.5 billion

                                

The culmination of 2017 bull-run gave rise to scores of crypto millionaires and a few billionaires.

Jed McCaleb, co-founder of Ripple was one of the very few who made the list. On his exit from Ripple in 2013, McCaleb held 9 billion XRP and had signed a contract with Ripple to ensure that no huge XRP dumps would take place. However, there have been allegations of McCaleb selling hoards of XRP, but an active XRP member put these allegations to rest. Twitter user @LeoHadjiloizou identified accounts used by Ripple to send XRP to McCaleb’s XRP selling wallet and charted out the sales of XRP over-time by the co-founder. Leonidas tweeted, According to their deal, Ripple has control over McCaleb’s XRP and it holds it in 3 distinct accounts and 1 account through which it sold XRP via Bitstamp.

Thus, the wallet addresses mentioned by Leonidas, are associated with Ripple and indicate a moving of XRP from their wallets to the address that sells McCaleb’s XRP.  The chart provided by the Twitter user called attention to the sale of XRP and compared it to the daily CoinMarketCap volume. Even though the chart reflected similarities between McCaleb’s XRP sales and XRP volume on CMC, the Twitter user pointed out that a “huge” percent of the total volume was fake. The sale of XRP took place according to the deal with Ripple and saw a no-sell period between January 2019 and June 2019, indicating that McCaleb’s XRP sale has not amounted to a large figure that could cause market instability.

Leonidas added:

“… a huge % of the total volume is fake. I wanted to check if the sales are being calculated based on a different metric, like the volume from crypto compare. The graph doesn’t seem to suggest that anything changed.”

After revising a few details from the contract in February 2016, the new deal asked McCaleb to donate 2 billion XRP and noted that even though he retained ownership of the 5.3 billion XRP, Ripple will control its release. According to the data, the co-founder has managed to sell half the XRP he received and was left with approximately 4.5+ billion more.
Namrata Shukla

Namrata is a full-time journalist at AMBCrypto covering the US and Indian market. A graduate in Mass communication, while majoring in Journalism, she writes mainly about regulations and its impact with a focus on technological advancements in the crypto space.

https://ambcrypto.com/jed-mccaleb-sold-half-xrp-he-received-left-with-4-5-billion/

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Iranian Grid Explains Electrical Costs Will Fluctuate for Bitcoin Miners

Iranian Grid Explains Electrical Costs Will Fluctuate for Bitcoin Miners

                                    Iranian Grid Explains Electrical Costs Will Fluctuate for Bitcoin Miners

Throughout the course of 2019, Iran’s government and the country’s energy officials have been creating new guidelines for bitcoin miners setting up data facilities in the oil-rich nation. On Wednesday, Mostafa Rajabi, a spokesperson for Iran’s Energy Ministry, described a new price model for mining operations and prices per kilowatt-hour (kWh) will fluctuate during certain months.

Iran’s Energy Ministry Plans to Pay Anyone Who Exposes Illegal Bitcoin Mining Operations

There’s been a lot of reports over the last year detailing how mining operations have migrated to Iran for cheap electricity. After the initial migration, the Iranian government and the country’s power supplier noticed a lot of energy was being used by crypto mining facilities. Following a government announcement about illegal miners, pictures were shared online that showed bitcoin miners housed inside a mosque. On November 13, Iran’s Energy Ministry spokesperson Mostafa Rajabi explained the country’s new guidelines for mining operations during an interview with IRIB News. Rajabi told the press that anyone who identifies illegal bitcoin operations to the government will be rewarded. Rajabi emphasized that people who expose these facilities will be paid 20% of the recovery damage stolen from the electrical grid.

Fluctuating Electrical Prices

Iran’s Energy Ministry will also prohibit mining digital assets after the peak hours of consumption surpass a threshold of 300 hours annually. During the interview, Rajabi also noted how much bitcoin miners would be charged using the average price for the export of electricity in Iran. During some points of the year, miners could be charged $0.08 per kWh (9,650 rials) and during the cold months of the year, miners would only be charged $0.04 per kWh. However, during the summer months when electricity is used the most in Iran, electrical prices could quadruple to $0.16 per kWh, Rajabi noted. Rajabi disclosed that the new mining rules were initiated when Iran’s summer electrical demand jumped by 7%.

Last June, Iranian law enforcement officials reportedly confiscated 1,000 bitcoin miners from two facilities. This was followed by a bill that was ratified two months later stating that cryptocurrency mining in Iran would be considered a legitimate business. During Rajabi’s interview, he told IRIB News that Iran will help operations that create their own power plants with government incentives. Mining operations that utilize renewable energy sources would be also rewarded, Rajabi stressed.

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https://news.bitcoin.com/iranian-grid-explains-electrical-costs-will-fluctuate-for-bitcoin-miners/

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The Bank of Google Wants Your Spending Data

The Bank of Google Wants Your Spending Data

                                   

The multinational technology giant Google has plans to get into the banking industry according to multiple reports that reveal the firm intends to work with Stanford Federal Credit Union and Citigroup. However, analysts assert that Google is not jumping into banking for revenue purposes and the move is simply an acquisition of more customer data.

Google Bank

One of the ‘Big Four’ technology companies, Google LLC, plans to launch checking accounts through a partnership with Citigroup, Stanford Federal Credit Union, and a number of other financial partners. The secret project has a code name called ‘Cache,’ according to sources stemming from the Wall Street Journal. However, people using the Google-backed checking accounts might not know the internet-related services company is behind the financial products. The checking accounts will still feature branding from the likes of financial incumbents such as Citibank and Google will only work behind the scenes. Google executive

Caesar Sengupta explained:

Our approach is going to be to partner deeply with banks and the financial system — It may be the slightly longer path, but it’s more sustainable.

The move by Google follows the recent partnership between Apple and Goldman Sachs that produced the Apple Card product. Many speculators believe Google is planning to enter the fray of banking in order to stay competitive with the other three heavyweights Facebook, Amazon, and Apple. In a note to clients this week, Wells Fargo’s analyst Brian Fitzgerald said that Google is more interested in obtaining data. “Google is likely entering into these partnerships to increase its insights into consumer purchase behavior and consumer finances more broadly,” Fitzgerald said. At the moment, a lot of the giant tech firms are laser-focused on financial technology and Facebook’s Calibra project is a testament to the trend. “Google is primarily focused on data to feed its core ad business, and less so on acting as a full-fledged bank,” CB Insights senior intelligence analyst Arieh Levi remarked.

Another Extension of Surveillance Capitalism

Since the news went viral the ‘Bank of Google’ discussion has a lot of people wondering if Google will be privy to everyone’s finance behavior. Combing personal data like spending habits is just another extension of surveillance capitalism in the opinion of many skeptics. But Google believes the strategy is good for the internet in general. “If we can help more people do more stuff in a digital way online, it’s good for the internet and good for us,” Sengupta stressed to the Wall Street Journal. “Of course they plan to leave the nitty-gritty details to the traditional finance folks. All Google is really interested in is your financial data and for that I’m sure they’ll be willing to slap a kickass GUI and possibly a bit of value add as far as fees and rates are concerned,” Mati Greenspan, senior market analyst at Etoro explained in a note to investors about Google announcing “intentions to get deeper into financial services.”

”Facebook, Google, Amazon, Apple, they all just want to be like Tencent who’s been dominating Chinese payments for nearly a decade. In fact, the earnings report from Tencent today seemed to contain just as much valuable insight into the Chinese consumer than it did the actual company,” Greenspan added. Many people believe massive tech firms like Apple and Google becoming financial behemoths is not out of the question, despite the kickback these companies receive from governments. However, the retail giant Walmart had its banking intentions stopped by financial institutions lobbying politicians. A few years later, Walmart is now exploring cryptocurrency concepts. To digital currency advocates, the Google checking account news is just one more sign of the surveillance state growing larger, which in turn could push people toward decentralized cryptocurrencies.

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https://news.bitcoin.com/the-bank-of-google-wants-your-spending-data/

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Cashaa Announces US Dollar Bank Accounts for Cryptocurrency Firms

Cashaa Announces U.S. Dollar Bank Accounts for Cryptocurrency Firms

                              

Bitcoin banking platform Cashaa will soon offer U.S. dollar bank accounts for cryptocurrency-focused businesses, except those operating in sanctioned countries. 

Cashaa offers banking services like International Bank Account Number (IBAN) accounts, international SWIFT transfers for fiat and credit card processing for cryptocurrency-based businesses, which often struggle to receive these services from traditional banks. It also enables businesses to accept cryptocurrencies and withdraw funds in fiat, including British pounds, euros and Indian rupees. Beginning November 25, 2019, clients based in the U.S. will be able to apply for USD accounts.

These accounts will include automated clearing house and SWIFT access without limits and incur a one-time setup fee of 250,000 CAS, Cashaa’s native token (about $1,500 at press time). Cashaa has integrated with New York-based Metropolitan Commercial Bank for provision of this service. As with Cashaa’s U.K. accounts, U.S. dollar account holders will have access to multisig wallet and exchange functionality for bitcoin purchases.  

Banking the Unbanked 

Cashaa’s new service is targeted at cryptocurrency businesses who encounter difficulty opening a corporate account in the U.S. As noted above, traditional banks have often shied away from the industry for reasons that range from regulatory uncertainty to the volatile nature of crypto assets. In some cases, cryptocurrency-based businesses have had their accounts closed. In a press release on the service, Cashaa noted that it formed a “pre-compliance team” in September 2019 following Barclays decision to stop serving Coinbase. Speaking on their rationale, Janina Lowisz, the co-founder and vice president of marketing, believes her company could help serve the “underserved businesses building new technologies.”

“Our goal is to create a hassle-free experience for all businesses who are building new technologies and business models,” Lowisz said in the release. “The addition of U.S. Dollar accounts is an important milestone for the crypto community and us. We want to thank our community and all businesses so far who have trusted Cashaa to solve their banking problems.” In April 2019, Cashaa began supporting cryptocurrency purchases with major debit and credit cards. In October 2019, the company enabled bitcoin purchasing options for customers in India using fiat currency.

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https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/cashaa-announces-u-s-dollar-bank-accounts-for-cryptocurrency-firms

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A Wyoming loophole’ to Carry Out Crypto Transactions Without BitLicense in New York

A ‘Wyoming loophole’ to Carry Out Crypto Transactions Without BitLicense in New York

                               Wyoming

There may be a new way of by-passing the tough New York laws to carry out crypto-related transactions in the world’s capital without acquiring a BitLicense, a crypto license developed by the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) in 2014.

Wyoming offers crypto companies a loophole

According to a report from members of the committee that drafted laws to govern the crypto banking sector in Wyoming, the state will have the power to charter Special Purpose Depository Institutions (SPDIs), a reserve bank that can act as a crypto custodian. Now, these SPDIs open a loophole that may well allow banks to open branches in NY and carry out their business without the need for a BitLicense.

Cool, right?

The loophole first came to light through a tweet sent out by Caitlin Long, member of the Wyoming blockchain taskforce, claiming a solution to the long-standing BitLicense problem. A number of companies have come out publicly rebuking the methods employed by the NYDFS before offering the license. With only 18 BitLicenses dished out since the launch half a decade ago, a multitude of crypto businesses has been locked out of the state during the period. Chris Land, general counsel of the Wyoming Division of Banking, spoke during the Coindesk Invest conference held in New York assuring companies a Wyoming SPDI can

start operations in the city.

“We are fairly confident that the Wyoming SPDI will be able to operate in New York without a BitLicense.”

How exactly do you bypass NYDFS BitLicense?

According to the thread of tweets by Caitlin, the SPDI license from Wyoming offers the banks a state charter which in turn allows operation in about 42 states across the U.S without need for additional licenses. According to Federal law, state-chartered banks of other states, similar to national banks, should have similar laws applying to them and exempted from them.

For instance, in our case, the NY law exempts national banking institutions from acquiring a BitLicense which means most certainly a state-chartered bank (such as Wyoming’s SPDIs) would be exempt from acquiring the license before setting up a business. However, for some states, NY included you will need to open a branch in the state before starting operations. With the cryptocurrency industry growing as more companies and SMEs integrate these innovative solutions to their business systems, and now an opportunity presenting itself, it is only a matter of time before firms take on the loophole. We’ll wait and see.

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Northern Trust Testing Fractionlized Bonds on Blockchain

  Northern Trust Testing Fractionlized Bonds on Blockchain        

                                

Custody bank Northern Trust is testing the trading of fractionalized bonds on a blockchain. 

Working with Singapore-based debt markets company BondEvalue, the bank is providing asset servicing for large, high-grade bonds that will be tokenized and divided for retail investors on Hyperledger Sawtooth. These bonds are normally too large for individual investors, but the quality of the bonds is attractive.

The move shows Northern Trust’s continued interest in the technology after it developed then sold its private equities blockchain, which shortens the time to market for new high-tech private equity funds. With $124.3 billion in assets, Northern Trust is the 24th largest bank in the U.S.

“We’re building capabilities we feel will be reusable across multiple asset classes and multiple jurisdictions,” Justin Chapman, global head of market advocacy and innovation research at Northern Trust, said of the new bond pilot. “Our focus on this initiative is to help bring the exchange to life and then we offer the highest grade asset servicing capability in that digital environment.”

Through the Monetary Authority of Singapore’s Sandbox Express, BondEvalue was given permission to launch a blockchain-based bond exchange in Singapore. Northern Trust will custody tokenized bonds and conduct transactions with the regulator’s oversight. If the pilot is successful, the bank plans to also participate in the development of BondEvalue’s business model. 

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Bitcoin Falls as Yuan Strengthens

Bitcoin Falls as Yuan Strengthens

 

                                 

Bitcoin has been falling slightly, dropping this week from $9,000 to $8,600 and down from last month’s $10,000.

Why it has turned somewhat downwards since the 24th of June when it reached $14,000 is not too clear, but it may be just profit taking after a very fast rise during spring and summer:As it stands, the chart is a bart, back to the circa $8,500 support level where it saw the biggest recent green candle upwards, and red candle downwards.

Where it goes next is anyone’s guess, but besides mere speculation, the rise and fall might also be due to Yuan’s fall and now slight rise: What we have here is bitcoin and CNY moving in tandem during spring and summer. CNY then falls further, with USD’s value against it up and up, but bitcoin doesn’t follow presumably because it had already risen and gone too far or who knows why. Now for this month CNY has strengthened a bit, with bitcoin so falling somewhat, but China’s economy is weakening and considerably.China’s growth has been falling, but more importantly, its inflation is rising significantly.

The big jump in October stands out, but even more stands out its rise from the beginning of the year at 1.5% to now 3.8%. That means real growth in China is at just 2.2%, far lower than the 5% plus they’re used to. Part of that is because arguably they’ve devalued too much, but also perhaps because the low hanging fruits have been caught already, so there might not be too much more room for productivity to increase the economy. There’s also the tariffs, with a trade deal apparently nearing an agreement , but China might be falling to the same trap as Japan before them and the west now, the trap of monetization.

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https://www.trustnodes.com/2019/11/14/bitcoin-falls-as-yuan-strengthens

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Three Fronts in the Global Digital Currency Wars

Three Fronts in the Global Digital Currency Wars

                                 

Jeremy Allaire is co-founder, CEO and chairman of Circle, a global financial services company that provides a platform for individuals, institutions and entrepreneurs to build businesses, invest and raise capital with open crypto technologies.

The views expressed here are his own.

The past several months have brought dramatic new technology, market and regulatory developments in the cryptocurrency sector, with major global technology and state actors pushing forward digital currency initiatives. These new initiatives are forcing global leaders everywhere to ask what the role of digital money will be in the next decade, and are ultimately a proxy for shifts in the broader political and economic landscape that are going to re-shape the future of the international monetary system.

Deep, fundamental digitalization of the economic system is now well underway as blockchain infrastructure moves from the fringe and early adopters and into the spotlight of major nation-state actors. Synthetic, crypto-powered central bank money tokens, and the introduction of smart contracts that can represent and tokenize other real-world financial assets and contracts are on the rise around the world. These rapid changes are leading regulators everywhere to grapple with an economic system that is beginning to mirror the open, global and connected internet of information and communications.

At the foundation of these shifts is the rapid development of public blockchain infrastructures, such as ethereum, which allow market participants to issue cryptocurrency tokens representing fiat currencies and other financial assets. This “base layer” of trusted computing, record-keeping and transaction processing can be compared to the base layer of TCP/IP and HTTP, protocols that allowed the vast global internet to come into everyday use. There are now several competing approaches to building a new financial system on this infrastructure.

1. Open finance

The first is represented by crypto-native ecosystem players, including Circle and Coinbase, who are building fiat-backed stablecoins such as USD Coin (USDC) on top of public blockchains. These developments are enabling a broad base of developers and companies to build higher-level financial constructs such as decentralized lending and credit markets, payments services and tools for trade finance. Regulated by existing payments banking rules in the US and EU, these private market-based approaches are growing rapidly and help to form a pillar of the open finance movement.

2. Government-run

The second approach is best represented by China’s forthcoming Digital Currency Electronic Payment (DCEP) infrastructure, which aims to build an entirely controlled, centralized and permissioned infrastructure for a digital currency version of the Chinese RMB. While likely appropriate for the Chinese economic and political model, this approach flies in the face of the open internet ethos and is not likely to receive much of an enthusiastic response from the broader internet development community.

3. Private consortia

The third approach, anchored in the proposed Libra Association and Libra Reserve Currency, attempts to build an “over the top” synthetic global digital currency. Like China’s effort, the Facebook proposal creates a centralized, permissioned infrastructure for this payment system, which will radically limit how open and accessible the infrastructure becomes for developers and companies wanting to build on top of it.

Competing worldviews

In each of these approaches, we can extrapolate a fundamental worldview. With the first, do we want an open financial system built on the public internet that allows value to move freely and easily anywhere in the world with strong privacy protection, one that enables people and companies to build financial arrangements in code, enforced by public blockchain infrastructure and enabling commerce and transaction arrangements between people everywhere? In short, do we want a global financial system built in the image of the internet?

Or, if the world embraces the Chinese approach, do we want a world with tightly controlled access to innovation in the financial system, with extremely tight controls on where capital moves and who can access the system? Such a system may enhance efficiency and global reach for the Chinese RMB. But will it mirror the tightly controlled internet that exists in China today? Will it be offered on equal terms to people and companies globally who seek to transact with China?

The worldview put forward by Facebook and Libra suggests a new global financial system that is controlled and run by the largest private companies in the world. And rather than building on existing sovereign money, the Facebook construct seeks to create a new global currency that stands above the state. Do we want a new global financial system controlled by a few private companies, where permission to participate and innovate is mediated on a closed infrastructure?

The largest governments in the world, especially those responsible for major global trade currencies, must now grapple with the innovation of public cryptocurrencies that have the reach of the global internet. The choices they face, and the decisions that are ultimately made by relevant policymakers, will have a dramatic impact on what our future global economic system looks like. Meanwhile, while governments study and debate these topics, bit by bit and block by block, technical innovators all around the world are using crypto to rebuild the global economic system in front of our eyes in a marvel of human ingenuity.

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Jeremy Allaire is co-founder, CEO and chairman of Circle, a global financial services company that provides a platform for individuals, institutions and entrepreneurs to build businesses, invest and raise capital with open crypto technologies. He has co-founded and led multiple global internet technology firms with thousands of employees, hundreds of millions of consumers served, and multiple successful public offerings on NASDAQ.

https://www.coindesk.com/three-fronts-in-the-global-digital-currency-wars

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ASX-Listed DigitalX Seeds New Fund With Half Its Bitcoin Holdings

ASX-Listed DigitalX Seeds New Fund With Half Its Bitcoin Holdings

                                    

 

The first ever cryptocurrency firm to be listed on a major stock exchange has launched a new bitcoin fund.

DigitalX, which debuted on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) under its previous name DigitalBTC as far back as 2015, announced the new fund on Wednesday. The firm said it’s offering qualifying wholesale and professional investors such as family offices and high-net-worth individuals exposure to the cryptocurrency via a “standard unlisted fund structure” without the effort and risk of holding it directly. DigitalX executive director Leigh Travers

said in the announcement:

“DigitalX has held its bitcoin position through the 2017 bull market and 2018 drawdown because of our fundamental long-term belief in the value of the asset. What has become more and more apparent to us as we speak to investors and market participants generally, is that there is a growing interest in accessing bitcoin from people who have traditionally not considered investment in digital assets.”

To get the fund off the ground, DigitalX will provide 215 of its total 431 bitcoin, valuing its investment at around US$1.89 million at current prices. The firm said it aims to quickly grow the investment vehicle and hence its funds under management, and will see income via the fees receivable from the fund. Management fees are disclosed as being set at 1.65 percent annually, while no performance fees will be charged. The fund’s holdings will be secured via custody services provided by insurance-backed BitGo. DigitalX further plans to use “blockchain-based security” for the registration and transfer of units in the fund.

The Bitcoin Fund is licensed and administered by Boutique Capital, which is also the licensee of DigitalX’s existing indexed crypto fund. Launched last April, that fund was said to give exposure to “leading” crypto assets and potentially ICO tokens. DigitalX, following a move into bitcoin mining that was later abandoned, has morphed into a company offering blockchain consulting and development services and asset management. It’s not been without its controversies, having been taken to court by investors over an ICO for which it acted as adviser. Its former executive chairman was also indicted by the US government for alleged involvement in a fraudulent text messaging scheme.

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https://www.coindesk.com/asx-listed-digitalx-seeds-new-fund-with-half-its-bitcoin-holdings

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