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Last 50 tweets from @mcuban
While everyone on Twitter argues their logic vs everyone else’s logic, logic is one area I’m ready for AI to have an impact.
 
Skills😂😂😂
For #NationalIceCreamConeDay we run it back to the time @mcuban was serving them up at @DairyQueen. pic.twitter.com/rGodAgQZoh
 
In reply to @CEOAdam
Didn't @mcuban figure out the easiest way to accept $DOGE out like months ago?
 
 
In reply to @mcuban
Yo Mark, Did you play in the forwards or the backs. Sorry im originally from New Zealand, we live and breathe Rugby. Real mans game
Replying to @PomanaPere @RugbyIU
Wing Forward and 8
 
Yup. Big part of how Deep Ellum got started. Our Life in the Warehouse parties, we had to have skylights because no one knew where Deep Ellum was !
Always heard rumors this dude would plan massive parties and sell tickets to earn income when I was growing up throwing theme parties.

Inquiring minds want to know if this is true and if it’s still a viable revenue generator in Dallas given modern laws and restrictions. 🤔
 
Win the match, win the party ! This is from the Mardi Gras tournament @RugbyIU
 
In reply to @mcuban
The @OTCMarkets is becoming better regulated on September 28, with modernized SEC Rule 15c2-11 requiring issues provide public disclosure to have a public quote! blog.otcmarkets.com/2021/01/26/tra…
Replying to @cromwellc @GaryGensler and 1 otherfalse
This actually is a model that could apply to crypto. Full public disclosure gets you the ability to trade on centralized exchanges and regulated apps (Coinbase , RH etc ) Lack of limits you to DEXs
 
 
In reply to @mcuban
Bitcoin doesn't need an ETF, just like it doesn't need fiat billionaires coming in thinking they're more knowledgeable on the subject than the people who built it.
Replying to @BTCsessions
Why you mad Bro ?
 
Any one else notice how the BTC Maxis that scream and yell about possible regulation are the ones holding their breath for BTC ETFs approvals and want heavily regulated funds and pensions to buy as much BTC as they can ?
 
What @mcuban sees every night when he goes to bed pic.twitter.com/oRqfolDTkL
 
In reply to @prestonjbyrne
Writing a smart contract, instantiating a smart contract, using a smart contract, and running a business that uses a smart contract are very different acts with very different legal consequences which vary based on the underlying fact pattern.
Replying to @prestonjbyrne
fair enough, Not all smart contracts relate to financial instruments For financial applications via SC that trade financial assets, I expect they wont allow anonymity, or they will enable a regulated Dex for those willing to be authenticated and customers who prefer the regs
 
The First Amendment would like to have a word
Replying to @prestonjbyrne
How is this a first amendment issue ?
 
Mark Cuban Retweeted ·  
Thank you, @mcuban & the Mark Cuban Heroes Basketball Center, for giving the @Loyola_NOLA men’s basketball team a place to practice in the aftermath of #HurricaneIda. Mark & the @dallasmavs routinely help our city in times of need. They’re stepping up again now to help others.
 
In reply to @mcuban
"Why not" is because an exchange protocol with a regulated whitelist isn't decentralized. By definition, it's under the control of whoever manages the whitelist. Without decentralization, there's no reason to bother using a blockchain at all; it's a fintech concept, not crypto.
So you are against DAOs for DeFi ? They effectively control whitelists and much more , if they choose to
 
In reply to @0mllwntrmt3
I'm a fan of Hegic. Own the token. Use the site. Created tbd.money to better use it and opyn. I can understand your resistance to my thinking anonymity is an issue. But your analogies are no where near accurate or relevant.
Replying to @mcuban @0mllwntrmt3
Beyond their ISP costs, no one directly paid a nickel to use/interact with any browser, SMTP, rtp, http, or any network layer. Nor did they expose a digital asset that could be taken from them. Even with ecommerce back in the day credit cards acted as some level of protection.
 
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i respect @mcuban because he uses DeFi apps by himself instead of reading useless headlines, Mark understands the narrative, he contributes to the ecosystem and even launched lazy.com

but his recent thread on crypto regulation is total bullshit. and here's why
Replying to @0mllwntrmt3
I'm a fan of Hegic. Own the token. Use the site. Created tbd.money to better use it and opyn. I can understand your resistance to my thinking anonymity is an issue. But your analogies are no where near accurate or relevant.
 
Troll farms reached 140 million Americans a month on Facebook before 2020 election, internal report shows technologyreview.com/2021/09/16/103…
 
This is a great idea. We already have it in the stock market with the Pink Sheets/OTCBB stocks which are full of small market cap junk and trade huge volumes for less than 1c share. Sound familiar ? If it works in stocks, why not Crypto ? @GaryGensler bloomberg.com/news/articles/…
Replying to @mcuban
Don't do the paperwork only trade on the Dexes that handle the unapproved
 
This is a great idea. We already have it in the stock market with the Pink Sheets/OTCBB stocks which are full of small market cap junk and trade huge volumes for less than 1c share. Sound familiar ? If it works in stocks, why not Crypto ? @GaryGensler bloomberg.com/news/articles/…
Newbies Discover Penny Stocks and 1 Trillion Shares Get Traded
bloomberg.com
In reply to @cubantobacco
All this would likely require is a separate whitelist for regulated contracts and perhaps a 'regulator standard' certification for smart contract auditing companies. The regulated whitelist would be easy enough to adopt for most DEX frontends to be compliant.
 
Remember when @mcuban was all about NFT’s for like 2 weeks in January?

Homie got rugged on some farm, and I feel like he’s changed man.
 
In reply to @mcuban
4. If you require Proof of Authorship for Smart Contracts and Tokenomics the feds and victims will have a person/entity to sue or indict. Probably at the cost of anonymous innovators, but that’s the price that will be paid.
Replying to @mcuban
5. Personally I think regulation built around existing fraud laws is not a bad thing. It will require Proof of Authorship and identity but it won’t hurt innovation , nor slow anything down. It will open the door for more people to confidently use “crypto”. Thoughts ?
 
In reply to @mcuban
3. Tokenomics are confusing and a ripe opportunity for fraud. How treasury is used. How tokens are sold and distributed. What liquidity is put in place and what information is disclosed and how accurate it is. Like SCs there will need to be Proof of Authorship and Identity
Replying to @mcuban
4. If you require Proof of Authorship for Smart Contracts and Tokenomics the feds and victims will have a person/entity to sue or indict. Probably at the cost of anonymous innovators, but that’s the price that will be paid.
 
In reply to @mcuban
2A. Which in turn means that the feds will not allow for anonymous SCs. Someone will need to take responsibility or it will be deemed illegal, which may prevent off shore contracts from being legal if they don’t register. Proof of Authorship and Identity could be a thing
Replying to @mcuban
3. Tokenomics are confusing and a ripe opportunity for fraud. How treasury is used. How tokens are sold and distributed. What liquidity is put in place and what information is disclosed and how accurate it is. Like SCs there will need to be Proof of Authorship and Identity
 
In reply to @mcuban
2. Smart Contracts are the most likely source of fraud.Intentional omissions, undisclosed actions, lack of clarity by users. I don’t think SCs will need to be approved first. I think they will be reported for fraud and will need certified audits to prove lack of fraudulent intent
Replying to @mcuban
2A. Which in turn means that the feds will not allow for anonymous SCs. Someone will need to take responsibility or it will be deemed illegal, which may prevent off shore contracts from being legal if they don’t register. Proof of Authorship and Identity could be a thing
 
In reply to @mcuban
1. Stablecoins will be the first to get regulated. Why? The variance in the definition by product. What is a peg? What is an algorithmic stablecoin ? Is it stable? Do buyers understand what the risks are? It needs standards
Replying to @mcuban
2. Smart Contracts are the most likely source of fraud.Intentional omissions, undisclosed actions, lack of clarity by users. I don’t think SCs will need to be approved first. I think they will be reported for fraud and will need certified audits to prove lack of fraudulent intent
 
Any discussion of crypto regulation has to start with the facts that there are already laws against fraud and that “crypto” is not monolithic. There are many layers to “crypto” here are my thoughts and all are subject to change as I learn more
Replying to @mcuban
1. Stablecoins will be the first to get regulated. Why? The variance in the definition by product. What is a peg? What is an algorithmic stablecoin ? Is it stable? Do buyers understand what the risks are? It needs standards
 
Any discussion of crypto regulation has to start with the facts that there are already laws against fraud and that “crypto” is not monolithic. There are many layers to “crypto” here are my thoughts and all are subject to change as I learn more
 
This is going to be Epic !!!
 
In reply to @mcuban
What age did you start getting it
 
In reply to @mcuban
Colon cancer is a preventable disease. It just takes getting a colonoscopy early enough.. I think most people are afraid of doing it. If you are, please consider this option. It was truly easy and fast. And again, talk to your doctor first. A colonoscopy can save your life !
Replying to @mcuban
I had mine yesterday. I was in the doctors at 745 and back at work by 9am. Don’t be afraid. Get the colonoscopy and maybe save your life from colon cancer and always talk to your doctor first !
 
In reply to @mcuban
I have to add that not all insurers cover this and $600 isn’t cheap but you may be able to get it cheaper If you can make it work and your Dr approves, it was fast and easy and w no meds I drove myself and was back to work immediately. And again, talk to your Doc about it first
Replying to @mcuban
Colon cancer is a preventable disease. It just takes getting a colonoscopy early enough.. I think most people are afraid of doing it. If you are, please consider this option. It was truly easy and fast. And again, talk to your doctor first. A colonoscopy can save your life !
 
To those afraid of getting your 1st colonoscopy, I recommend getting a CT Colonoscopy. You still prep the same, but the process took 30 mins. It felt weird, but didn’t hurt and cost $600. No meds at all. Talk to your Dr of course but this approach was EASY hopkinsmedicine.org/health/conditi…
Replying to @mcuban
I have to add that not all insurers cover this and $600 isn’t cheap but you may be able to get it cheaper If you can make it work and your Dr approves, it was fast and easy and w no meds I drove myself and was back to work immediately. And again, talk to your Doc about it first
 
To those afraid of getting your 1st colonoscopy, I recommend getting a CT Colonoscopy. You still prep the same, but the process took 30 mins. It felt weird, but didn’t hurt and cost $600. No meds at all. Talk to your Dr of course but this approach was EASY hopkinsmedicine.org/health/conditi…
Virtual Colonoscopy
hopkinsmedicine.org
 
In reply to @kevinolearytv
Hey Judge Wonderful, @mcuban's Tweets convinced me to buy some shitcoins. Plus he emotionally abused me over my shirts. Is your show the right forum for me to seek financial justice?
Replying to @sacca @kevinolearytv and 1 otherfalse
It wasn't abuse. It was an intervention.
 
In reply to @mcuban
And this is what we get in our state, which is why you should run for governor, please. texastribune.org/2021/04/22/tex…
This is why we need to drop the age for Medicare to 60
 
Aetna lied about provider network to win Medicaid contracts, suit alleges modernhealthcare.com/legal/aetna-li… via @modrnhealthcr
 
Someone from @aetna should to jail for this. People didn't get the care they needed. Who knows what the personal consequences to those victims were. @ConorLambPA @karaswisher @SecBecerra @RonaldKlain @MedicaidGov @
Aetna lied about provider network to win Medicaid contracts, suit alleges modernhealthcare.com/legal/aetna-li… via @modrnhealthcr
 
 
In reply to @mcuban
The vaccines aren’t curative, they’re preventative. If they were curative they would be used for patients that are already infected to cure them.
Replying to @MyPhygital @12357Prime and 1 otherfalse
I get the difference. The point was that we do things to save money , whether preventative or curative. It's not on the hands of the oharma companies. They control pricing , which we all hate and why I did costplusdrugs.com
 
In reply to @12357Prime
That’s awesome to hear. And I guess it would depend on what type of cure we’re talking about, but the cancer industry is in the hundreds of billions.
Replying to @MyPhygital @12357Prime and 1 otherfalse
But the businesses and individuals that pay for that care pay TRILLIONS. 95pct of big businesses self insure. Every business has an incentive to support curative medicine. Always. Which is why businesses are all supporting the vaccine
 
Keep fighting Ced 🙏🙏🙏
Hello family and friends, giving a UPDATE on my health situation….. I am COVID-19 free, thank you so very much for your prayers and well wishes to help me with that. I still CAN NOT breathe, walk or function on my own yet………▶️ pic.twitter.com/PoH9cG81Hx
 
In reply to @mcuban
You should probably check under Bills Sponsored. She's probably got tons there focused on the health and welfare of her constituents since this is her priority.
 
In reply to @thehowie
Associated/correlated 😂🤣😂🤣… 80%. news.yahoo.com/nearly-80-hosp…
If a large percentage of the population is overweight, a large percentage of people with ANY disease, including Covid will be overweight. Correlation is not causation.
 
In reply to @mcuban
Lol. She’s supposed to solve all the country’s problems at once Mark? What are you doing in Dallas to combat obesity, other than profiting from nachos and pretzel sales?
 
I can't disagree that obesity is an ongoing issue and we need to do something. Given it's importantance to you, do you have any programs that you support/started? I searched under obesity and fitness on your website and on google and found nothing. Can you direct me to it ?
Obesity.

When do we help people overcome the highest risk factor for being hospitalized & dying from covid?

Obesity contributes to many unnecessary health conditions & debilitating cost.

And we can listen to kid’s vax warnings from a hospital bed.
 
Mark Cuban Retweeted ·  
"There are two amazingly unique moments in every small business owner's life: the day you decide to start your business and every single day when you wake up."

Watch @mcuban's inspiring #SmallBusinessWeek keynote address: youtu.be/DtwRTEMk3CA

#MondayMotivation
 
In reply to @iamjasonbailey
For those asking for stats on younger populations. Straight from the CDC: DEATHS as of 9/4/21 0-17 years: 412 (.001% of total cases) 18-29 years: 3,043 (.0076% of total cases) 30-39 years: 8,634 (.022% of total cases) 40-49 years: 22,232 (.056% of total cases)
Replying to @iamjasonbailey
Thank you for sharing this accurate data ! Now can you do the same for hospitalizations ? And for extended symptoms post hospitalization ? And if you have the time, the ratio of those hospitalized at any given time vs the number of available hospital beds ? Thanks !
 
In reply to @mcuban
You’re seriously promoting this math? It’s impossible to account for all the cases that have not been counted. People that were sick and never got tested, asymptomatic people that never got tested - imagine if that number is extraordinarily higher, what does that do to her math?
Replying to @cynthiasivi
It makes her point stronger
 
 
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