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It should be because Alibaba is under too much financial pressure. Recently I heard that Ele.me and Yintai Commercial will be sold. Now they are selling Hema and RT-Mart, and then selling other company stocks. Although the financial report is very good-looking, I think things may not be that simple. Because Alibaba used to acquire other companies. Forget it if you don’t buy it now, you still have to sell it. And Alibaba doesn't care much about the various opinions now, because if you say something bad about him, Alibaba will not fight back, and other companies will delete the post. Although layoffs have been made, it doesn’t seem to be enough. Because the state has restrictions on the number of layoffs. I heard that Bodhidharma Academy has almost laid off employees. Then Westlake University seems to have stopped doing it. 2023 should be a turning point for Alibaba. The stock price fell sharply, and it was surpassed by Pinduoduo. The stock price fell, and the company was unable to raise funds to maintain operations by selling stocks. Meta paid half of the bonus because of the sharp rise in the stock price. Therefore, it is necessary and a last resort for Ali to sell assets when it is short of money. Sometimes I feel that Jack Ma is really awesome. After Jack Ma left Alibaba, Alibaba Company's development was not very good. Huawei's Ren Zhengfei is still there, so the company seems to be still developing well, so sometimes the founders can't leave the company. When a founder leaves a company, it may become disorganized. I once heard a boss say that the company I left for a year or two was still running very well, but sometimes that's not the case. Baidu Robin Li said the company is still 30 days away from bankruptcy. The 150 days with Microsoft is still shorter. So can Jack Ma survive without Alibaba? Anyway, Jack Ma seems unwilling to come back now. I don’t want any of the century-old stores that Jack Ma mentioned. Therefore, it is sometimes unknown whether professional managers can manage the company well. In fact, being a working emperor may not necessarily allow your company to continue to develop. After all, people are greedy. He may want more than you can satisfy, so sometimes you have to rely on yourself. Jack Ma without Ali, and Ali without Jack Ma, may no longer be the same Ali. #内容挖矿 #PIXEL #WLD #sats #arkm

2 days ago
QK-空九
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The Chinese people of my grandfather’s generation: they were finally liberated, so they should live a better life, right? Damn, three years of natural disasters Chinese people of my grandfather’s generation: After finally finding a stable job, can they finally secure their iron rice bowl? Damn, big layoffs It’s still my grandfather’s generation: if it doesn’t work out, start a small business, sell some popsicles, and become a household worth ten thousand yuan? Bang, inflation. My parents’ peers: When my children graduate, they wait until their jobs are stable before buying a house. I save money first to buy a car for my son. Damn, house prices skyrocketed They are still the same age as my parents: China is too unstable. They sold their house in Beijing and immigrated to Canada! Pa, I won’t be able to buy it back after three years. I’m working as an electrician in Canada. My peers: Civil engineering is too lucrative, so I will take the exam and get into Tongji College. Pa, after a few years, I ran away with a bucket Still among my peers: Computers are really profitable, and they are high-tech. I study computers. Currently actively taking public exams. If you can live a good life today and in the next five years, you are an amazing person. Why do you think so much about what will happen twenty or thirty years from now?

3 days ago
BeInCrypto
BeInCrypto
Dorsey Acts on Promise of Layoffs: Block's Workforce Reduced by 10%
21 days ago
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Those laid off are senior citizens aged 35 and above with an annual salary of 500,000 yuan. We are recruiting new people aged 22+ with an annual salary of 150,000. It would be much easier for you to think of a major Internet company as a pedicure shop. It would open a 50+ girl and recruit a 18+ girl. More income, less expenses. Because the big Internet companies have some brains and know that people are different. Big companies need some types of people and don't need other types of people. The combination of layoffs + recruitment is to eliminate one type of people. , while adding another type of person. This in and out is the so-called "human resources optimization". However, now some large and small factories are starting to play some dirty tricks. In fact, they have no quota, or the quota has been frozen due to internal tightness, but they are still recruiting and arranging interviews. This is not authentic. Applying The applicant's time is also valuable. It is impossible for you to make an offer but still waste the applicant's time. This is excessive. #BTC #cpi #ETH #内容挖矿

8 days ago
CoinDesk
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After a brief stumble following the Jan. 11 launch of the spot ETFs, the bitcoin {{BTC}} bull market begun in January 2023 has entered the FOMO stage, with the price breaking out above $50,000 for the first time in more than two years. Even as the new spot ETFs took in billions of dollars in their first weeks of trade, investor attention appeared to be focused on the billions leaving the high-fee Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (GBTC), and the price of bitcoin tumbled to as low as $38,500 just days after the ETFs opened for business. The action of the past couple of weeks though has seen slowing outflows out of GBTC, while sizable inflows have continued into the new products. On Feb. 8, Grayscale shed just 1,850 bitcoin, while the other nine ETFs added nearly 11,000 tokens to their funds. Then on Feb. 9, Grayscale lost 2,252 coins, while the other nine ETFs added more than 13,000. For perspective, just 900 newly mined bitcoin hit the market each day (soon to decline to 450 per day when the Bitcoin halving occurs in April). Crypto winter ends The price of bitcoin peaked at about $69,000 in November 2021; 2022 was a disaster amid the implosion of the Terra ecosystem and the disintegration of crypto exchange FTX and its wunderkind founder Sam Bankman-Fried in November 2022, along with a number of other high-profile crypto industry blowups. Bitcoin closed 2022 at just above $16,000, down about 75% from its all-time high. Many other crypto tokens suffered even larger routs. Alongside the price drops and big-name collapses, layoffs and shop closings were common throughout the industry – a trend that continued throughout 2023. While 2023 will be remembered as a major bull market period for crypto, the price action for bitcoin was rather lame throughout much of the year. On Oct. 1, bitcoin sat at just $27,000, ahead more than 65% for 2023, but a relatively small recovery considering how high bitcoin had been. The year's final quarter, though, was characterized by growing confidence the SEC – after years of delays and outright denials of any and all attempts by asset managers to launch a spot bitcoin ETF – was finally going to green light the vehicles in early 2024. The price of bitcoin rose nearly 60% in the 2023's final three months to close the year above $42,000.

9 days ago
Cointelegraph
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Since the end of January, the market has experienced a remarkable U-turn on its interest rate expectations, and that’s no surprise. On Jan. 31, we saw the first United States Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting of the year and, contrary to expectations, policymakers took a decidedly hawkish stance, all but ruling out the chances of an interest rate cut in March. Then, on the subsequent Friday, U.S. labor data came in far stronger than expected.  Now, 83.5% of market participants expect the Federal Reserve to hold rates at their current level of 5.25%-5.5% in March, according to the CME FedWatch Tool: a remarkable change of heart from just a week ago, when more than half of market participants were convinced that rate cuts were imminent. Indeed, even a May rate cut appears less certain now, with 70% of respondents to a recent CNBC Fed Survey forecasting a cut no earlier than June. With the labor market as strong as it has been, this gradual loss of confidence in a March rate cut is to be expected. The January unemployment report revealed that the U.S. economy added a whopping 353,000 jobs for the month, nearly doubling analysts’ expectations of 185,000. Unemployment is sitting at 3.7%, a multi-year low. And while there’s some anecdotal talk of layoffs, we’re yet to see any meaningful weakness filter through to the broader employment metrics. Related: An Ethereum ETF is coming sooner than you expect In short, the U.S. economy is still going gangbusters, despite interest rates hovering at a 22-year high since July 2023. And so, as clearly stated by Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell during the post-FOMC meeting press conference, the Central Bank will proceed with caution until they are certain that the threat of inflation has receded once and for all. And it appears global markets have accepted this at face value. The S&P 500 index has barely moved since the FOMC meeting, while Bitcoin (BTC) has remained maddeningly stable between $42,000 and $44,000. In fact, we’re getting close to 150 days in a $5,000 BTC trading range. Monthly U.S. unemployment rate. Source: Trading Economics and Bureau of Labor Statistics. But just because the Fed is holding doesn’t mean that the only option open to investors is to HODL as well. Sideways trading markets present the perfect opportunity to explore alternative investment strategies, and there are plenty of those around. For example, crypto structured products could be one potential avenue to explore to maximize returns without taking on excessive additional risk. These vehicles offer enhanced annual percentage yields (APYs), often come with an element of downside protection, and can be suitable for all market conditions, including flat markets. And the good news is that there is a growing choice of these investment vehicles in crypto, whose origins can be traced deep into the history of traditional investing. So what does this U.S. monetary policy outlook mean for both crypto and TradFi markets for the rest of 2024? Unfortunately, those who expected an explosive bull market in the first half of the year will likely be sorely disappointed, because the lack of volatility we’ve seen in the markets this week is a sign of things to come. Indeed, until the Fed finally pulls the trigger on interest rate cuts, we’re unlikely to see the much-anticipated injection of liquidity needed to lift the markets to new highs. Despite the hype around the spot Bitcoin ETF approval and Bitcoin’s upcoming halving in April, it’s likely crypto and TradFi will remain flat as a pancake at least until the second half of 2024. Bitcoin monthly returns since 2013. Source: Coinglass And then, of course, there’s also the tried and tested method of dollar cost averaging. When volatility in crypto is high, many investors try to time market entry points. But it’s worth remembering the old adage: "Time in the market beats timing the market." A wealth of research proves market timing to be, by and large, a losing strategy compared to dollar-cost averaging (DCA), especially for investors with little experience. Related: This is why Bitcoin won’t crash 30% after the ETF decision The beauty of a market that has come to a standstill is that there is no temptation to attempt entry and exit timing. Psychologically, it’s much easier to trickle regular small amounts into a chosen few assets and await a breakout to higher levels. Historical BTC/USD performance after Bitcoin halving. Source: Pantera Capital That is not to say that the only way is up from here. Volatility will likely return in the foreseeable future and, as in previous halving cycles, we may well see another “sell the news” event in crypto following the Bitcoin halving itself, which is now expected around April 18. But this is exactly the reason why choosing a strategy and sticking to it will be more important than ever in 2024.  Previous halving cycles show that it takes between 220 and 240 days for Bitcoin to reach a new all-time high after a halving, which means we may not see the next all-time high until the end of the year. This means nearly 11 months, or 46 weeks of DCA opportunities from here, or perhaps a chance to explore a more sophisticated strategy. When you think of it that way, a flat crypto market may well be a blessing in disguise. Let the Fed navigate the choppy waters of its first interest rate cut decision of the cycle and be positioned well when the bull market gets into full swing. Lucas Kiely is the chief investment officer for Yield App, where he oversees investment portfolio allocations and leads the expansion of a diversified investment product range. He was previously the chief investment officer at Diginex Asset Management, and a senior trader and managing director at Credit Suisse in Hong Kong, where he managed QIS and Structured Derivatives trading. He was also the head of exotic derivatives at UBS in Australia. This article is for general information purposes and is not intended to be and should not be taken as legal or investment advice. The views, thoughts and opinions expressed here are the author’s alone and do not necessarily reflect or represent the views and opinions of Cointelegraph.

14 days ago
深潮 TechFlow
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Deep tide TechFlow news, Polygon development company Polygon Labs said in a blog post that the company has cut 60 positions, accounting for about 19% of its total employees. For those not affected by the layoffs, their total compensation will increase by at least 15%, and they will also eliminate the geographic pay model. The news release said the layoffs were "to improve performance and not for financial reasons." Additionally, the company said the team behind Polygon ID will be spun out from the company in the coming months.

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