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24 1's in a row equals a 750 FICO.

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By Larry Chiang
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Camden Property Trust shareholder contemplating treasuries management inside a Camden property while juggling two dogs
I am paying close Attention To “Bitcoin for Corporations” thing 
Cost = free. RSVP below 
Larry Chiang,
Heyyyy ⁦‪@michael_saylor‬⁩, what is this 2-day “Bitcoin for Corporations” thing in Tampa Bay / Miami?

Michael Saylor: “It’s Feb 3 and 4 over webcast and the agenda is… 👇🏻

1/19/21, 1:34 PM

Blogged from my personal iPhone, 650-283-8008, that Steve Jobs texted me on. 

What’s In It For Me:
Michael Saylor [CEO] and Phong Le [CFO] interviewing senior executives from StoneRidge, Perkins Coie, Wilmer Hale, Deloitte Tax, Deloitte Audit, and more.  Each interview will last approximately 25 minutes and cover a broad range of topics, including the following:
      1. Tell us about your company and the Bitcoin products & services you offer for corporate clients.
      2. Describe your existing client base & the journey they have taken as they implement Bitcoin strategies.
      3. What is your outlook for Bitcoin, and what advice would you give to corporations just getting started?
      4. What differentiates you from the other industry players, & what are your plans for the future?



Stanford Corporeal Governance and Running Michael Saylor Board of Director’s Protocols

January 17, 2021

By Larry Chiang A great brown bag lunch topic for Stanford ⁦‪@StanfordCorpGov‬⁩ is running Michael Saylor’s signature business recipes for – selling a 0.75% bond and using those proceeds to purchase bitcoin – investing retained earnings to buy bitcoin  Questions I have that fall into the curated hashtag, #cs183bOdPE: – Did you have a Sean Parker […]

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What’s Homework Looks Like After College

January 16, 2021

By Larry Chiang Do your homework.  A lot of people say do your homework without spelling out what homework is.  Street smart trick = Guess at the work that someone would assign you. For example, there is a February 3 and 4 event. It’s underpromoted. Your homework, should you choose to accept it…, will be […]

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Guessing at Email Addresses to Invite a Guest to Answer Question Over Zoom on Corporate Governance Permissioning to Buy BTC

January 16, 2021

By Larry Chiang So Michael Saylor engineers every interview to include a boatload of new information. If you have not met him via The Internet, he is the cofounder of MicroStrategy. He’s the longest running tech CEO with a publicly traded company. It’s pretty easy to get fired by the Board of Directors. Michael Saylor’s […]

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The Only Reason to Get a Coinbase Wallet

January 12, 2021

By Larry Chiang You must send someone Bitcoin from a Coinbase Wallet just to figure out their address.  Because there is not a public resolver     Sunny Aggarwal ⁦‪@sunnya97‬⁩ .⁦‪@CoinbaseWallet‬⁩ why isn’t there a public resolver for your handles? I shouldn’t need to send someone Bitcoin from a Coinbase Wallet first just to figure […]

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FinTech Finally Got Tech

January 10, 2021

By Larry Chiang Politicians have strangled emerging payment systems Nearly every PayPal alum has graduated to never return to #finTech. Well, tech finally got to finTech when Bitcoin got a market cap over $684 billion.  Even ethereum is $140,000,000 in market cap as of Jan 10 ⁦‪@balajis‬⁩ Bitcoin is now more valuable […]

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$38,200. $21,000 Rise in 21 Days

January 7, 2021

By Larry Chiang Michael Saylor put $500,000,000 of microStrategies corporate treasuries into #Bitcoin at $9500. Then sold corporate bonds at 75 basis points. Took all of it and invested in #Bitcoin with Board of Directors approval.      Michael Saylor ⁦‪@michael_saylor‬⁩ #Bitcoin is a swarm of cyber hornets serving the goddess of wisdom, feeding on the fire of truth, […]

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LABCS 3379 is Guidance letter 1174

January 5, 2021

    Larry Chiang, 650-283-8008 yes 8008 ⁦‪@LarryChiang‬⁩ ⁦‪@HaileyLennonBTC‬⁩ ⁦‪@nic__carter‬⁩ ⁦‪@KMSmithDC‬⁩ ⁦‪@stephendpalley‬⁩ Guidance letter 1174. #LABCS3379   1/4/21, 8:55 PM     “‘What They Don’t Teach You at Stanford Business School’ They Do Teach at Stanford Engineering #cs183d” CEO 🐥 @duck9 #ch5 #ch9 #ch2 = D.U.C.K. Im @6502838008

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Get Ready for an Extinction Burst Out of Tom Brady

January 4, 2021

By Larry Chiang So when you’re an entrepreneur, you see financial failure all around you. In order to not get extinguished, you work super hard and too hard. This extinction burst makes the general population think “omg Tom Brady is crazy”. Bursts are not crazy. They’re cliche. Extinction bursts are a form of positive leverage […]

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Ben Tossell and Maybe Larry Chiang on How to Start You Inc (during UT eWeek)

December 29, 2020

By Larry Chiang Twitter recommends people❤️ Like me talking to a wrong number, I’ll allocate time to trust the Twitter algorithm. This is how I found Ben Tossell This tweet hit home: “Going to test a new podcast format in 2021…  Guest picks an idea, 1 week to launch it” – Ben Tossell Problem: startupland […]

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