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Invitation : MASCC
Dear Colleague,
I would like to personally invite you to the next joint Annual Meeting of the Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer and the International Society of Oral Oncology (ISOO), which will take place in San Francisco (California, USA), DEC 21 to 23, 2017.
The MASCC/ISOO Annual Meeting is the pre-eminent multidisciplinary conference on supportive care in cancer. It covers the range of problems experienced by cancer patients as a result of the disease and its treatments. Topics address all stages of cancer from diagnosis, through treatment, rehabilitation, survivorship, palliative and end of life care.
Since the meeting is being held close to Silicon Valley, a major theme in 2017 will be the interaction of digital technology and supportive care. We aim to partner with major technology companies involved in oncology. Other themes are New Treatments / New Toxicities, Sexual Health, Biosimilars, and Cancer Survivorship. 
The meeting format will be similar to that of previous years, but with some notable differences. We will retain well-tried and successful events, but we also want to introduce some new features, such as clinical/ethical debates, meet-the-expert sessions, practical (“hands on”) sessions, and a “Dragon’s Den”/“Shark Tank” session for researchers seeking collaborators.
As well as the cutting-edge scientific program, there will be a variety of social events, providing ample opportunities to network with colleagues from around the world. San Francisco a great city to explore, and California a great state to visit, if you can afford the time. So, there are plenty of reasons to come to be there in support of the humanity you believe.
​Invitation – Working Visit Network meeting
Special ​Invitation – Working Visit Network meeting
14-15 NOV 2017 in Helsinki, Finland
Financial Code: CPG/090/005

Please find attached the invitation for the above meeting. The invited participants are detailed in personal Mailbox "Exclusively ".

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investing : 10 Physical Bitcoins
Physical bitcoins have been around for years, but they are anything but mainstream and there are very few companies involved in this fledgling industry. Some try to appeal to consumers through quality and the use of precious metals, others offer good designs at relatively low prices, while some offer neither.
1. Casascius
We will start with a familiar face and a familiar coin: Mike Caldwell and his Casascius coin. Caldwell started minting his coins a couple of years ago, but late last year he was banned from selling pre-funded coins.

The US Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) classified his activities as ‘money transmitting’ and Caldwell was forced to start selling empty coins. Sales resumed earlier this year and Casascius is currently listing three coins, along with a gold-plated savings bar. However, none of them are priced and it is unclear whether or not Casascius simply ran out of stock or stopped selling them directly altogether.

In addition to these silver, brass and gold-plated products, Casascius also sells aluminium promo coins. A bag of 500 costs 0.39 BTC.
2. Alitin Mint
Alitin Mint offers two premium coins, with a third design on the way. The first two coins commemorate economic pioneer Adam Smith and French patron saint Joan of Arc. They are pure silver coins and weigh two ounces. Both coins were designed by presidential sculptor John B Andelin.

Only 600 coins of each series were struck and the pricing reflects the exclusivity. The Adam Smith coin is priced at 2.92 BTC and it ships with 2 BTC, while the Joan of Arc coin costs 1.45 BTC and comes with one embedded bitcoin.

3. Titan Bitcoin

Titan Bitcoin is going after the premium market with the priciest Titan One Gold coin priced at $2,279, but then again it contains 1 troy ounce of 24-karat gold and one bitcoin. The Titan One Silver is a one-ounce .999 silver coin and it costs $729, with one bitcoin on board.

The company has some less expensive options too, with three more coins in triple-digit territory and denominations ranging from 0.5 BTC to 1 BTC. In addition, there is the Titan Tenth coin, which is currently on sale for $96. It is a 12g nickel-silver alloy piece pre-funded to the tune of 0.1 BTC

4. Cryptmint coins
If you’re not willing to spend a small fortune on a novelty item and the Titan Tenth sounds like a good proposition, Cryptmint is also selling a $99 silver coin. This .999 silver coin measures 39mm in diameter and weighs in at 1 troy ounce.

The company also sells copper coins at $42 apiece. Customers can choose from six different QR designs on the back. The coins ship without any bitcoin preloaded.

5. Antana Coins
Antana offers relatively affordable novelty coins and the mint has a healthy sense of humour. Each batch contains network statistic data for a period and a particular theme.

Different batches have different names that should amuse most bitcoiners. There was the ‘Goodbye Mt Gox’ batch and the ‘Transaction Malleability’ batch, preceded by batches such as ‘Pump and Dump’ and ‘Race for ROI’.

The coins sell for 0.02 BTC to 0.04 BTC and the full set of 20 Antana bitcoin statistic coins costs 0.41 BTC. Although they are not physical coins with QR codes and holograms, they still make for an unusual bitcoin-themed product.

6. Ravenbit Satoshi coin
Ravenbit is offering the Satoshi coin and the kit is priced at $25. The kit includes a coin, two security holograms, a pouch, display stand a few other goodies.

The Satoshi coin is composed of 85% copper, has a 39mm diameter and is 3mm thick. The front features an outline of person filled out in binary code that converts to ‘Satoshi Nakamoto’. Each coin is individually numbered.

7. CoinedBits
Staying on the more frugal side of things, CoinedBits coins are priced at $14.99 for North American consumers or $19.99 for overseas orders.

Like Antana coins, CoinedBits are novelty items with no bitcoin value and they are not physical wallets. The coins are 38mm in diameter, 3mm thick and weigh one ounce. The material is pure brass with 18-karat gold plating.

8. Lealana coins
Lealana offers a wide range of unfunded coins with prices ranging from 0.042 BTC to 0.325 BTC for the flagship gold-plated silver Lealana 1 BTC coin. A four-coin silver bitcoin set is available 0.891 BTC.

The company also offers several litecoin designs.

9. Coins that never materialised
There were a number of physical bitcoin projects that never amounted to anything. Most are either defunct or delayed. Although they never got off the ground, some them had certain features that make them stand out from the crowd.

chinese gold coinImage via 8btc
A Chinese bitcoiner minted a small batch of one-ounce physical coins and the images were posted on the 8btc.com blog earlier this summer. The coin weighs one standard ounce (rather than one troy ounce) and is made from 24-karat gold. The 1 BTC coin was apparently supposed to ship pre-funded. The current status of the project is unclear.

Alderney, one of the British Channel Islands, considered launching a physical coin of its own. Plans for a physical coin were announced late last year, but appear to have been shelved for the time being.

10. DIY coins
There is another way of getting your hands on a physical bitcoin – make one yourself. We are not suggesting that you set up a foundry and mint in your garage; a simple 3D printer will do the trick.

There are a number of print-ready 3D designs out there and they are just a Google search away, usually on 3D print marketplaces like Shapeways.

The trouble with this approach is that most designs are relatively expensive, even before you include the cost of actually printing them. While it is relatively cheap to do a few plastic prints on semi-professional fused-filament printers, making a proper metal coin on an expensive laser-sintering printer tends to cost a lot.

2017-03-28 10:00:26

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2017-05-28 10:00:26

Homes this spring are selling faster than ever
Home sales jumped nearly 9 percent in March compared with March 2016, even as the number of homes for sale plunged 13 percent, according to a new report from Redfin.
That resulted in the fastest average sales pace since Redfin began tracking in 2010. The typical home went under contract in just 49 days, down from 60 days a year ago.
The median price of a home sold in March was $273,000, up 7.5 percent year over year.

Homes are flying off the shelves this spring, as demand rises and supply continues to drop.

Record high prices in some local markets are not thwarting hungry buyers, as they rush to take advantage of the lowest mortgage rates of the year.

Home sales jumped nearly 9 percent in March compared with March 2016, even as the number of homes for sale plunged 13 percent, according to a new report from Redfin, a national real estate firm.

That demand dynamic further increased competition in the market, resulting in the fastest average sales pace since Redfin began tracking in 2010. The typical home went under contract in just 49 days, down from 60 days a year ago.
Steep competition also pushed the median price of a home sold in March to $273,000, up 7.5 percent year over year.

"At some point consumer budgets will stagger behind the fast pace of price appreciation," said Nela Richardson, Redfin's chief economist. "The combination of low inventory, high prices and strong competition will continually challenge first-time buyers this year and they are the cornerstone of the housing market."
Homebuilders are benefiting from the lack of supply of existing homes for sale. Mortgage applications to purchase a newly built home in March were up 6.7 percent compared with a year ago to the highest level since the Mortgage Bankers Association began tracking this metric in 2012.

"The pickup from a fairly modest February showing suggests that developers are finding ways to bring new product on line to help supplement otherwise low inventories of existing homes for sale in the U.S.," wrote Lynn Fisher, MBA's vice president of research and economics, in a monthly report.

The average loan application size for a newly built home was unchanged, which may indicate builders are trying to keep prices down in order to get more buyers in the door. The average loan size for existing homes reached the highest on record this month. This is a factor of both higher prices and a severe lack of inexpensive starter homes for sale.

In Washington, D.C., the median price of a home sold in March hit a new high for the month, as sales jumped 19 percent. Supply, however is still incredibly low. Half the homes sold in March were on the market for 12 days or less, according to the Greater Capital Area Association of Realtors.
In Charlotte, North Carolina, the story is much the same. The supply of homes for sale dropped 20 percent compared with March 2016, but sales rose 11.5 percent, according to The Charlotte Regional Realtor Association. It took 18 fewer days to sell a home compared with last year.

In Las Vegas, where foreclosures flooded the market less than a decade ago, home sales surged 15 percent compared with March 2016, and prices are now double what they were five years ago, according to the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors. This as the market has less than three months' supply of homes for sale. Six months' supply is considered a balanced market between buyer and seller.

"Combined with a tight supply, I think our home prices and home sales may continue to get a boost from the positive economic news we've been enjoying lately," said GLVAR's president, David Tina.

2017-06-28 10:00:26

Tina points to the announcement that the Raiders will be moving to Las Vegas, solidifying its spot as an NFL city.
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