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Would you take out a loan if you did not have to repay it? 👀
(with no liquidation)

Well… in few HOURS, it will slowly become possible on the #Terra blockchain!

Thanks to @kinetic_money and their self repaying loans protocol using @anchor_protocol and $UST 🙌🏼

HOW ?? 🧵⬇️
1/The Final launch for the "public” is 1 Month away.

The goal is to have a user-friendly web app providing self repaying loans on stable coins deposits, with no risk of liquidation.

The full launch of @Kinetic is happening in 3 Phases.

First one #Nucleus is starting today :
2/ PHASE #Nucleus - Lockdrop

Happening in 10h here : lockdrop.kinetic.money

Users will be rewarded $KNTC tokens to lock up $UST for a period of 3 to 12 month

During this 7 days event, users can deposit & withdraw $UST for 5 Days, and then only partially withdraw in day 6-7
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New Position: #NUCLEUS
Long @ 510 & @ 525

#ShortTermConsolidationBreakout+ #VolatilityExpansion

Total risk 1% on portfolio. Image
Sold half at @ 509. Holding rest! Markets looking extremely weak!
Stopped out @ 585. Loss 0.7% on PF.
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Here’s a thread about the #nucleus… no, Professor Ernest Rutherford, not the atomic nucleus that you discovered with your alpha particles back in 1911.😉 This is about *cell* nuclei and all their weird and wonderful forms, in blood cells and beyond. #HematologyTweetstory 31! /1
Cell nuclei were first drawn by Dutch microscopy pioneer Antonie van Leeuwenhoek circa 1719 (pictured), and discussed as distinct structures in 1804 by botanist Franz Bauer (below with green jacket), then clearly described in 1831 by botanist Robert Brown (below, with bowtie)./2
Brown first called the nucleus the “cell areola” – which suggests he may have observed nucleoli as well, although he didn't mention them (they would have been just at the limit of his microscope's resolving ability). Probably a good thing that term didn’t stick, though.../3
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