2021.10.25 10:47 toendallwars Chapter 193 Raws
2021.10.25 10:47 DaRedCC Stabilizer Not Working
I have CSP Pro and a Huion Kamvas 13. Whenever i set the stabilizer up to 100, it still doesnt stabilize, and the pen pressure is all gone. I have my pen pressure set to default on the huion tablet app, so pen pressure is active. Anti-Aliasing is to thr rightmost option. Can anyone help with this? It used to work fine, but now it doesn't.
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2021.10.25 10:47 Widerspruchlich Whats is your favorite online body jewelry shop?
2021.10.25 10:47 Rollex_NFT Ghost in the Sol - NFT project on Solana blockchain
Project name : Ghost In The Sol
Public Sale : October 29, 2PM UTC
Supply : 4000 ghosts
Mint Price : 0.75 SOL
About the project : Ghost In The Sol is a 4000 NFTs collection. As halloween approaches, spirits are slowly waking up... 4000 ghosts escaped from darkness and are currently travelling through the Solana blockchain. Team need us to catch them all !
Profile of the rarest ghost will be released Friday. The lucky one who will mint it will recieve a reward: 10% of the sales => 300 SOL if sold-out.
Market analysis : Project on Solana. Low supply and low mint price. A real graphic touch on their landing. NFT surfing on the wave of pixel art + Halloween (personally it's the first visually accomplished project that I find in this theme). An interesting roadmap: organization of a second hunt in progress. These hunts will finance development of a game in order to find a real use for "captures".
Why it will moon :
- Clear design
- A potential x400 for the person who mint "public enemy number one".
- Low supply
- Low mint price
- Developers very reactive and available in PM
- An interesting medium-term project with gamification
Discord : https://discord.gg/w6k4QJ222b
Twitter : https://twitter.com/GhostInTheSol
Site web : https://ghostinthesol.com/
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2021.10.25 10:47 DemomannTF2 About the refer a friend thing....
2021.10.25 10:47 Azure_Sky_83 Fintechs looking to break into credit card market dominated by big banks
TORONTO — If you haven’t shopped for a credit card in a while, you may see some unfamiliar names in the offerings.
Companies like Brim Financial, Float Inc., Caary Capital Ltd., Jeeves Inc., and Neo Financial are part of a growing crop of tech-enabled lenders that are looking to snag a share of the lucrative credit card market from the big banks.
“We’ve never had more choices,” said Mikael Castaldo, general manager of everyday banking at Ratehub.ca.
On the personal credit card side, companies like Brim and Neo are trying to lure customers with promises of more seamless, app-based digital experience, as well as creative rewards programs that partner with specific brands and perks like no foreign transaction fees.
The startups have to be creative with rewards programs because they lack the scale to offer the big sign-up bonuses of the big banks, said Castaldo.
“They’re just getting started, and it’s actually quite difficult to make that margin equation work sometimes for new credit card providers.”
On corporate cards, companies like Jeeves, Float and Caary are aiming mostly at startups and small to medium businesses, offering fast sign-up, numerous digital cards, higher credit limits and no personal guarantee, as well as easier integration into some accounting and spend management software.
“There’s a lot of room for improvement, given 90 per cent of this is still with local banks,” said Dileep Thazhmon, co-founder and CEO of Jeeves.
He said the company, based in New York but with operations across the Americas, had a soft launch in Canada earlier this year and it has become the company's second biggest market with more than 300 companies signed on.
Jeeves directly monitors a client’s bank account and uses machine learning to assess risk, which Thazhmon said allows them to offer the higher credit limit and no personal guarantee.
“We trust our underwriting, we trust our risk engine."
The fintech credit card space has gathered steam in recent years, with significant growth in the United States. San Francisco-based Brex Inc. launched its first card in 2018 and was valued at US$7.4 billion in April, and New York-based Ramp Business Co. launched in 2020 and was last valued at US$3.9 billion. Both companies promise a more seamless sign-up experience and continue to add back-end features to help manage expenses.
Toronto startups are also looking to get into the space. Caary raised $4.1 million in June and Float secured a $5 million seed round of funding in July, both based on the model of digital-first corporate cards.
The growth in the fintech credit card space recently is due in part to all of the foundational work done across the digital finance landscape in recent years, said Thazhmon.
“A company like Jeeves, you could not build this four years ago. You couldn’t build it at this scale, you couldn’t build at this speed, because a lot of the hooks we plug into were only built in the last three or four years.”
The new competition for the big banks comes as the market is already feeling pressure. Credit card debt fell by $16.6 billion in the first year of the pandemic as people paid down debt, especially those with low credit, who generally pay higher interest. Banks are also seeing more competition from buy-now pay-later models, which some companies like Brim have integrated into their products.
But while the new entrants may have innovative offers, they still have a tough road ahead to break into the market, said Abhishek Sinha, who leads EY Canada’s banking technology consulting practice.
“It’s not that easy breaking into the credit card space because you’ve got a very mature, established market and it seems the Canadian consumer ... we are a bit more risk averse, we are a bit more OK with status quo than our cousins down south.”
The banks also already cover "almost every kind of card imaginable," he said, leaving the new entrants to have to find a significant value proposition to get in.
“I don’t think it’s a question of fintechs picking up on a niche that’s underserved, I think it’s more fintechs picking up on niche where they think they can differentiate."
He said banks have also boosted their market research, with more focus groups and joint product developments than even a few years ago.
Banks have already started to integrate buy-now pay-later options and have been investing heavily in their digital apps and offerings.
Castaldo at Ratebub said he sees the banks putting significant resources to keep their dominant position in the market.
“They’re throwing the full weight of their balance sheet and brains behind solving the problem for sure.”
This report by The Canadian Press was first published Oct. 24, 2021
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2021.10.25 10:47 BuffaloWildChicken Petroleum engineers with +5 years of experience
2021.10.25 10:47 Standzoom Smoking dream!
I woke up SO mad at myself! I thought I had actually smoked and I have never been so glad to wake up and realize it was just a dream! Whew! So glad to still be a non-smoker 🙂
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2021.10.25 10:47 _DrDoofenshmirtz_ H Shiny Zacian/Zamazenta codes W Mythicals
Hi, these are the mythicals I want- * Mew * Non-Shiny celebi * Jirachi * Shaymin * Arceus * Victini * Meloetta * Shiny genesect * Diancie * Hoopa * Volcanion * Magearna * Marshadow * Home shiny Zeroara * Normal Zeroara * Non-Dada Zarude
Looking for shiny as well as non-shiny unless specified :)
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2021.10.25 10:47 Tiniclon When to update bios?
I'm going to build a new pc within a few days and I was wondering at what stage I should update the bios on the motherboard. Will be using a ROG STRIX B550 Gaming A and a ryzen 7 5800x. I have the bios on a usb drive but I'm unsure at what stage I should flash the bios, should I do that once it all installed in the case, should I do it when I have everything outside of the case. I would like to build the complete pc with the cpu and everything and than flash/update the bios before starting it for real and installing windows? Thanks :)
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2021.10.25 10:47 HeafArt Star Runner!
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2021.10.25 10:47 hoodyblell Telling a cashier to have a nice day doesn't make you a nice person, it's just annoying
It almost feels like you're being mocked when you're standing at a till all day serving asshole customer after asshole customer and someone tells you to have a nice day. No, I won't have a nice day. I don't care if it's just a social norm, it's.annoying.
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2021.10.25 10:47 Chicaben Kenya’s beach boys fall into sex tourism, trafficking
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2021.10.25 10:47 Romanzo71 Raymond in some good company
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2021.10.25 10:47 thesmartdoctor2 "Hey dude, so my mom's bringing me for chemo again, ugh, but I'll still try go online, so see you tomorrow!"
2021.10.25 10:47 silvershield GREATEST GLOBAL MARINE CORPS RECRUITMENT DAY
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2021.10.25 10:47 t199er IQ Edge repeatedly crashing this morning
2021.10.25 10:47 99stonks LFG PROG
2021.10.25 10:47 AverageJoePlays Trying to move up in the draft
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2021.10.25 10:47 NORDLAN Juan Williams: Trump is killing American democracy
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2021.10.25 10:47 Mundane_Mess1223 Reese and Cyrus - Credit myself and every other Reese and Cyrus drawing out there.
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2021.10.25 10:47 juhag091 Anyone know how to change order of operations in Excel? =(1000+2^3 -8*2^2 +100*F2) -1000 /2
=(1000+2^3 -8*2^2 +100*2) -1000 /2 This is the formula i'm trying to put into Excel. I want it to first do (1000+2^3 -8*2^2 +100*2), then subtract 1000. After that divide everything by 2. Currently it divides the 1000 by 2. So it becomes (1000+2^3 -8*2^2 +100*2) - 500. Anyone know to put it Excel so the divide happens last?
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2021.10.25 10:47 Trobed18 Larry's Ass Tapping List
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2021.10.25 10:47 drit76 My Neighbor Totoro: Cat Bus (Free Pumpkin Stencil - Pumpkin Pattern - Pumpkin Template - Jack-o-lantern stencil)
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