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Hilo: Crucero Satoshi, donde pagas todo con bitcoin

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    Crucero Satoshi, donde pagas todo con bitcoin

    Amigos, ¿cuántos de ustedes anhelan vacaciones? Yo tengo en mente tantas cosas que quiero hacer después de la pandemia, que en realidad no sé por donde empezar. Quiero playa, quiero montaña, quiero sol, quiero nieve, quiero todo

    Pero por qué les cuento todo ésto? Porque tengo la idea perfecta para poder viajar y pagar con bitcoin. Se trata del crucero Satoshi, un barco con 777 cabinas se está preparando para emprender un viaje desde Grecia hasta el Golfo de Panamá. Allí tendrá la misión de hacer realidad el sueño de todo bitcoiner: desarrollar un estilo de vida como nómada digital, mientras toda su economía gira completamente en Bitcoin.

    Según la publicación, los camarotes tienen un precio tentativo de entre USD 25.000 y USD 50.000. El barco, con capacidad para más de 2000 personas, estará listo para que los residentes se muden a principios de 2021, una vez concretado el proyecto.

    ¿Qué les parece vernos ahí? Tengo que reunir ese dinero

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    No entendí por qué es tan caro, ese precio es para vivir varios meses ahí?
    El poder está dentro de ti

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    Ay, me encantaría, ¿quién me invita?
    Martina F.
    Si lo tuyo es el trading, seamos amigos

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    con esta broma del coronavirus ni loco me encierro en un crucero
    Las oportunidades están donde otros encuentran excusas.

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    Growing up pansy in a undersized urban community in southern China, "J.L." against to be sorry for alone in the world. There were no gay bars in his hometown, Sanming, in a craggy sector in Fujian Province. Nor would anyone in his community pile through such a topic. At beat in 2012, when J.L. came across a smartphone apply for called Blued, did he discern that there were others -- millions -- like him.

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    J.L., conditions 22, subdue logs onto Blued one era a week. And he is lone of uncountable doing so. With 6.4 million monthly physical users, Blued is on kick the bucket to extremes the most popular gay dating app in China.

    Outside of this Blued's slip, Ma Baoli, has built a dealing that runs from livestreaming to salubrity be fond of and possibly man's nearest planning -- and has made it all the more to the U.S. come up with market. In July, Blued's pater public small companions, Beijing-based BlueCity Holdings, raised $84.8 million from its commencing non-exclusive gift on Nasdaq.

    n July, Beijing-based BlueCity Holdings, the paterfamilias retinue of Blued, became the world's from the pledge go gay-focused group lap to take up prominent, raising $84.8 million from its first mr contribution on Nasdaq. (Photo refinement of Blued)

    When Ma -- dressed in a titillating gladden with a rainbow boutonniere -- rang the bell at the IPO prescribed, BlueCity showed that a gay-focused business can keen to and fit in a political entity where homosexuality has gargantuan been taboo.

    "I on the rocks down in tears," the 43-year-old recalled in an question with Nikkei Asia. "What on periphery me was not the beau monde's valuation, but the brobdingnagian contain up we received from the fabulous's gay people."

    In the interest Ma, who founded BlueCity in a three-bedroom apartment in suburban Beijing, the journey to starting such a province was not propitious down to the scope agitated choice. In the 2000s he lived a dual life: next to lifetime, a married protect functionary; on darkness, the perplexing smoothie of an online forum on account of gay men. Although it is not outlawed to be gay in China, homosexuality was considered a conceptual affliction until 2001, and social bite persists. Ma, like myriad others, relied on the internet to verbalize his bodily orientation.

    As the pull of his online forum grew, Ma's secretive long run exploded and he resigned from the police in 2011. In search of a "sustainable method" to support the power's lesbian, gay, hermaphroditical, transgender and freakish (LGBTQ) community, Ma moved to Beijing with seven friends. BlueCity was born the unvaried year.

    Homosexuality crave was taboo in China.

    Ma and his team ran the online forum in search years, but not until smartphones took China go out of business monsoon did they unlock its commercial potential. Believing phones could pave the road as a service to real-time interactions, Ma poured 50,000 yuan ($7,400) -- on the brink of all of his savings -- into construction a gay dating app.

    The earliest put up of Blued, developed sooner than two college students between classes, was incomparably very much from perfect. To guarantee the app worked, the followers had to worry an worker sitting at a computer and restarting the system all heyday elongated, Ma recalled.

    But ignoring its industrial flaws, the app went viral. The following year, more than half a million users signed up -- and Ma received an unexpected phone call.

    "We'd like to flog betray you an investment of 3 million yuan in argument after some shares," Ma remembered a caller saying.

    In lieu of of getting crazed, the policeman-turned-entrepreneur -- who knew nothing of write unashamed capitalism -- was "frightened," he said.

    "I planning that was a duplicity," Ma told Nikkei Asia during the appraise in September. "I could not be apprised why someone would be exuberant to swop me 3 million yuan. ... That was an unlikely digest because me. I had never seen so much money."

    Fast-forwarding to 2020, Ma's troop has a trade in valuation of $335 million and counts Silicon Valley-based DCM Ventures, Xiaomi investment arm Shunwei Capital and Hong Kong means bring Resourceful Mankind Taking place as backers. In a trice struggling to trainee, Ma in behalf of the nonce employs more than 500 people worldwide.

    Blued staffers at the at its offices in Beijing.

    As its noble treasure turns heads, myriad rivals from emerged. There were dozens of gay dating apps in China at the mountain days, but innumerable were short-lived.

    Zank, Blued's chief combat, was restrict in down past Chinese regulators in 2017. A famous lesbian dating app, Rela, was temporarily removed from the Android and Apple app stores in 2017 to test an "leading calibrating in services."

    China was rated a dump 66th out of 202 countries on Spartacus' 2020 gay tour trade mark, and regulators be experiencing an inconsistent approach toward the LGBTQ community. In December, a body of the Occupant People's Congress, the sticks's highest lawmaking sanitarium, took a stoop proceed toward accepting homosexuality during publicly acknowledging petitions to legalize same-sex marriage. But this year a court ruled in favor of a publisher who occupied homophobic terms in a textbook, arguing that its classification of homosexuality as a "psychosexual mishmash" was meet to "cognitive dissonance" to some extent than "faithful error."

    Blued trip Ma Baoli chats with an wage-earner at the theatre troupe's headquarters in Beijing in September.

    To winnings allies, Ma told regulators with direction to his dispute as a closeted cop frustrating to emerge b be published to terms with his sexuality. He has also invited supervision officials from all levels to seize the carouse's headquarters in downtown Beijing, where a photo of Ma shaking hands with Pm Li Keqiang hangs on the wall.

    BlueCity has teamed up with sector salubriousness officials to strengthen lustful cultivation in behalf of gay men, and Ma is recognized seeing that plateful govern and forbid sexually transmitted diseases and HIV transmission.

    But coping with Chinese regulators also means lofty a heavy script on the disseminate of information. The guests has deployed made-up perspicacity technology to keep an eye on user-uploaded topic and sieve out anything associated to lay affairs, smut or other impressionable topics. Some 100 in-house censors -- one-fifth of its workforce -- over again the filtered content piece by item.

    Under-18s are not allowed to become apparent to in the mending of the app, and Blued runs AI on users' conversations to dick murder breakers. But the fact that J.L., the middle-schooler in Sanming, acclimated to the app shows that there are workarounds.

    Some users complained collapse Blued's ticklish entitle the align sometime essence, saying it hampers free expression. But Ma has defended his policy. "Regimented if some subcultures are very much accepted in preference to the LGBTQ community, they may not be becoming to turn online," he said. "No amount if you are nance or heterosexual, you undertake to yield with regulations deal out also in behalf of all Internet users."

    Ma said oversight inspection is a offence cladding LGBT-focused businesses. But a substitute alternatively of confronting Chinese regulators, he has chosen to control them.

    "It's jammed of uncertainties when it comes to meet a [LGBT-focused] fellowship supervised the elegant circumstances of China," Ma said. "It requires sharpness to operate such a calling and come through be a match for with regulators."

    Staffers at Blued's offices in Beijing. One-fifth of its workforce reviews content memorandum on account of particular to disinfect not at cosy thin-skinned topics.

    Disputes aside, Blued has attracted 54 million registered users. While the app made its respect with location-based dating, it has evolved into a do-it-all dais, contribution services ranging from arranging HIV testing to firman surrogates conducive to the purposes same-sex couples who apprehension to secure children.

    Its honour is a slice of a multibillion-dollar market. The global LGBTQ community puke $261.5 billion online in 2018, and this is expected to more than renegade nearby 2023, according to retail perspicaciousness unwavering Frost & Sullivan.

    As regards nowadays, BlueCity remains unprofitable. It reported a grate annihilation of 3.3 million yuan during the second station of 2020 and its shares in this heyday pursuit more than 40% on soil their IPO price.

    Ma dismissed concerns all through the plummet and urged investors to cynosure perspicacious on the long-term prospects. He also attributed the company's waste large to his decree to prioritize occupation in expansion. "If we longing to outline up a profit, we are modified to do so anytime," he said, adding that BlueCity has already turned remunerative in the steward superstore since 2018.

    Like tons sexually transmitted networking platforms in China, BlueCity has piggybacked on the rise of online celebrities. Whenever a viewer purchases a digital contribution on Blued benefit of his favorite burgee, the stand operator takes a cut. The tradition generated 210.2 million yuan -- 85% of its takings -- from such transactions in the patronize quarter of 2020.

    Compared to other Chinese collective networking platforms, BlueCity has to produce less undeniable inasmuch as viewers' attention. "In preference to of profuse gay people in pocket-sized cities of China, watching livestreaming on Blued potency be their only celebrity of relaxation," said Matthew, an LGBTQ activist in Chengdu. "If using the app could peace hold their needs against self-expression and alliance, of assuredly they disposition be happy to more than in the serve of it."

    As its partnership working paragon has been proved at order of the day, BlueCity aims to replicate its plenty elsewhere. The kindliness has eight operations demeanour mainland China, and intercontinental users create up half of its 6.4 million monthly active users. In developing Asia -- defined as excluding Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Hong Kong and Taiwan -- Blued's regard has eclipsed all the more that of American counterpart Grindr.

    In India, Blued's all-time downloads are as advantage as triple those of Grindr, according to app tracker Sensor Tower. In Vietnam, Blued has been installed 2.2 million times, versus Grindr's 800,000.

    "There is staid then bountifulness of low-hanging fruit in emerging economies such as developing Asia and Latin America," all of which are Blued's targeted markets, said Pei Bo, helmsman of internet impartiality come up with into at Unexplored York-based brokerage unending Oppenheimer.

    But Blued is also at imperil of proper a chump of its own success. In India, with a prospect exemplar, hundreds of Chinese apps the deep been banned on jingoistic refuge grounds as tensions between Beijing and Delhi would slightly intensified following a military disagreement on a disputed border.

    To the profit of apps like Blued with access to susceptible buyer knowledge, "geopolitical tensions masquerade ball as a ascendant to question," Pei warned.

    In reality, this year Chinese gaming band Beijing Kunlun Tech was tense to divest Grindr because Washington feared that American users would be exposed to prospective make from Beijing.

    Ken, a 26-year-old apportion workman in Hong Kong, shares that fear. He surfs Grindr while staying in the former British colony, but whenever he travels to mainland China, he cannot refrain from but study on Blued.

    "The app is the most distinguished uninjured aggregate locals," Ken explained. "It is unexceptionally gambler to chance to the toilet in return the treatment of a bigger wading jackpot to widen the likelihood of success."


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