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  • the1uploader 7:30 am on 2018-10-26 Permalink  

    Komentar Kabareskrim Arief Sulistyanto tentang Pembakaran Bendera Tauhid 

    Komentar Kabareskrim Arief Sulistyanto tentang Pembakaran Bendera Tauhid

    https://www.republika.co.id/berita/nasional/hukum/18/10/26/ph6yye384-polisi-mereka-tak-berniat-jahat-karena-tak-punya-korek

    Polisi: Mereka tak Berniat Jahat karena tak Punya Korek

    Jumat 26 Okt 2018 12:51 WIB
    Rep: Arif Satrio Nugroho/ Red: Andi Nur Aminah

    Kabareskrim Polri Komisaris Jenderal Polisi Arief Sulistyanto
    Foto: Antara/Jessica Helena Wuysan

    Karena spontan, tidak ada niat jahat dari Banser saat melakukan pembakaran.

    REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA — Tiga anggota Barisan Ansor Serbaguna (Banser) yang membakar bendera hitam berlafaz tauhid diputuskan tidak terjerat hukum. Pasalnya, unsur pidana berupa niat jahat atau mens rea tak terpenuhi.

    Kepala Badan Reserse dan Kriminal (Bareskrim) Polri Komisaris Jenderal Polisi Arief Sulistyanto mengatakan, tiga orang tersebut membakar bendera yang dianggap bendera Hizbut Thahrir Indonesia (HTI) secara spontan. “Karena spontan, tidak ada niat jahat dari Banser saat melakukan pembakaran,” kata Arief di Markas Besar Polri, Jakarta, Jumat (26/10).

    Arief menjelaskan, polisi telah melakukan penyelidikan menyeluruh dalam rangkaian peristiwa pembakaran bendera yang terjadi di Peringatan Hari Santri Nasional di Garut, Senin (22/10). Dari hasil penyelidikan pada panitia, diketahui dalam acara resmi tersebut hanya boleh membawa bendera merah putih.

    Namun, lanjut Arief, seorang pria bernama Uus membawa bendera tersebut. Banser kemudian menanyakan pada Uus alasan membawa bendera tersebut. Menurut Arief, Uus menyatakan bendera tersebut adalah bendera HTI.

    Sehingga, Banser pun menyuruh Uus meninggalkan lokasi, tanpa bendera yang ia bawa. Bendera hitam itu pun dibakar Banser. Menurut Arief, sebelum membakar, pelaku pembakaran bahkan sempat mencari-cari dahulu korek. “Spontanitas Banser ini ditunjukkan dengan tidak ditemukannya alat pembakar (korek),” kata Arief. Ia mengatakan, pembakaran itu dilakukan Banser agar bendera tidak digunakan lagi, sesuai aturan acara.

    Dengan tidak adanya unsur niat jahat itu, maka gugurlah unsur pidana yang menjerat tiga anggota Banser. Untuk diketahui, dalam suatu pidana, harus dipenuhi dua unsur yakni actus reus atau fisik perbuatan pidana, dan mens rea atau niat motif melakukan pidana.

    Actus reus dalam kasus ini adalah perbuatan pembakaran bendera. Sementara, mens rea dalam kasus ini dianggap polisi tidak ada karena bersifat spontan dan Banser menganggap bendera itu sebagai bendera HTI yang merupakan organisasi terlarang pemerintah.

    Polisi: Tiga Pembakar Bendera tak Memenuhi Unsur Pidana https://www.republika.co.id/berita/nasional/hukum/18/10/26/nasional/umum/18/10/25/ph4zqj430-polisi-tiga-pembakar-bendera-tak-memenuhi-unsur-pidana
    Ini Status Pembawa Bendera di Garut Menurut Polisi https://www.republika.co.id/berita/nasional/hukum/18/10/26/nasional/daerah/18/10/26/ph61yj377-ini-status-pembawa-bendera-di-garut-menurut-polisi
    Pembakaran Bendera Tauhid, Kiai Ma https://www.republika.co.id/berita/nasional/hukum/18/10/26/nasional/politik/18/10/25/ph5nbf354-pembakaran-bendera-tauhid-kiai-maruf-serahkan-ke-polisi


    https://www.republika.co.id/berita/nasional/hukum/18/10/27/ph9fk4438-kpk-pastikan-surat-pemanggilan-sampai-ke-james-riady

    KPK Pastikan Surat Pemanggilan Sampai ke James Riady

    Sabtu 27 Oct 2018 20:45 WIB
    Rep: Bayu Adji P/ Red: Endro Yuwanto

    CEO Lippo Group James Riady menyampaikan kata sambutannya pada acara penandatanganan mou Meikarta dengan sembilan institusi ternama di dunia dalam bidang pendidikan, kesehatan dan teknologi di Jakarta, Rabu (21/3).
    Foto: Darmawan / Republika

    KPK melihat adanya keterkaitan manajemen Lippo Group dengan kasus proyek Meikarta.

    REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA — Juru bicara Komisi Pemberantasan Korupsi (KPK) Febri Diansyah memastikan, surat pemanggilan kepada CEO Lippo Group James Riady telah sampai kepada yang bersangkutan. James akan dimintai keterangan sebagai saksi kasus dugaan tindak pidana korupsi dalam pengurusan izin pembangunan proyek Meikarta di Kabupaten Bekasi.

    “Surat sudah disampaikan pekan kemarin. Suratnya yang pasti sudah sampai,” kata Febri di Gedung KPK, Jakarta Selatan, Sabtu (27/10).

    Febri membantah isu yang mengabarkan James telah diperiksa pada Jumat (26/10). Menurut dia, bos Lippo Group itu akan datang pada akhir Oktober nanti. “Tapi nanti saya pastikan dulu ya (tanggalnya). Pokoknya di akhir Oktober,” jelas dia.

    Sebelumnya, komisi antirasuah melihat adanya keterkaitan antara manajemen Lippo Group dengan proyek Meikarta. Namun, KPK masih terus menyidiki sejauh mana keterkaitan manajemen Lippo dengan kegiatan operasi tangkap tangan yang melibatkan Bupati Bekasi. “Saya meyakini ada alasan cukup untuk memeriksa manajemen Lippo, terutama dilihat peran korporasinya,” kata Wakil Ketua KPK Alexander Marwata, Kamis (25/10).

    Menurut Marwata, KPK ingin melihat sejauh mana peran manajemen Lippo. Pasalnya, saat operasi tangkap tangan (OTT), salah satu petinggi Lippo Group ikut terlibat dalam memberikan suap.

    Artinya, lanjut Marwata, perusahaan seolah kurang memiliki unit compliance yang dapat melakulan verifikasi dan mengawasi pengeluaran uang dalam perusahaan. “Terbukti ada uang yang dikeluarkan ke pihak lain terkait perizinan. Jika ada aturan anti penyuapan pasti ketahuan,” kata dia.

    Marwata mengatakan, jika petingginya memerintahkan melakukan suap, perusahaan berpotensi terkena sanksi. Mahkamah Agung (MA), lanjut dia, menerbitkan Peraturan MA Nomor 13 Tahun 2016 tentang Tata Cara Penanganan Tindak Pidana oleh Korporasi. “Korporasi bisa disanksi jika tidak melakukan pencegahan. Mungkin itu yang didalami penyidik ya,” kata dia.

    Sebelumnya, KPK juga telah melakukan penggeledahan di kediaman James Riady pada Kamis (18/10). Menurut Marwata, dalam setiap kali melakukan penggeledahan, pasti ada alasan yang disampaikan. “Cuma pimpinan nggak sampai ke sana,” kata dia.

    KPK telah menetapkan sembilan tersangka dalam kasus dugaan suap terkait perizinan pembangunan proyek Meikarta. Selain Bupati Bekasi Neneng Hasanah Yasin, KPK telah menetapkan sejumlah satuan kerja perangkat daerah (SKPD) Kabupaten Bekasi, di antaranya Kepala Dinas PUPR Jamaludin, Kepala Dinas Pemadam Kebakaran Sahat MBJ Nahar, Kepala Dinas Penanaman Modal dan Pelayanan Terpadu Satu Pintu Dewi Trisnawati, dan Kepala Bidang Tata Ruang Dinas PUPR Neneng Rahmi, sebagai tersangka penerima suap.

    Sementara di pihak swasta, Direktur Operasional Lippo Group Billy Sindoro, Konsultan Lippo Group Taryudi dan Fitra Djaja Purnama, serta pegawai Lippo Group Henry Jasmen, dijadikan tersangka pemberi suap.

    Dari hasil OTT yang dilakukan KPK pada Ahad (14/10), ditemukan barang bukti berupa uang tunai 90 ribu dolar Singapura dan Rp 513 juta pecahan Rp 100 ribu. Tim juga menemukan satu unit mobil Toyota Avanza dan Innova.

    Pemberian dalam perkara itu diduga sebagai comitment fee proyek pertama dan bukan pemberian pertama dari total komitmen Rp 13 miliar. Hingga saat ini, diduga uang yang telah diberikan mencapai Rp 7 miliar melalui beberapa kepala dinas selama April, Mei, dan Juni 2018.

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  • the1uploader 10:07 pm on 2018-09-25 Permalink  

    Get familiar with the slangs in the crypto world 

    Slangs in the crypto world

    Today I am REKT, with all the BEARWHALE in CHOYNA, the BAGHODLERS do what they do when there is FUD, yet in spite of the BEAR the newbies are going ATH and TO THE MOON, wish I was a WHALE I would use my ADDY instead of HODL and feeling FOMO.

    ADDY: a cryptocurrency public address (or key). For example: “Tell me your ADDY, please.”
    ALTCOIN: any cryptocurrency other than bitcoin.
    ASHDRAKED: a situation where you lost all your money.
    ATH: all time high. the price of a certain cryptocurrency or coin has broken all of its past records and is trading at the highest price it has ever achieved.
    BAGHODLER: an investor or a trader who has been holding (or hodling) for too long on a particular cryptocurrency and now has to face the consequences of that decision.
    BEAR
    BEARWHALE: a trader with a fat account who is bearish on the price of a cryptocurrency.
    BTFD: buy the fucking dip (an indication to buy a coin when it has dumped so hard)
    CHOYNA: a deliberately distorted way of referring to China. As China is a country which is immensely influential in the bitcoin space, it has largely dominated mining and trading activities.
    DCA: dollar cost averaging
    DILDO: long green or red candles
    DUMP: to sell off a coin
    DUMPING: downward price movement
    DYOR: do your own research
    FA: fundamental analysis
    FOMO: fear of missing out, on the profit which might result from an investment or a decision.
    FUD: fear, uncertainty, and doubt, investors who are unsure of the potential of a situation.
    HODL: hold on for dear life, hold on despite loss
    JOMO: joy of missing out
    LONG: margin bull position
    MCAP: market capitalization
    OTC: over the counter
    PUMP: upward price movement
    REKT: a misspelling of wrecked, a trader or investor who is utterly ruined and destroyed with losses from the current downfall of a price.
    REVERSE INDICATOR: someone who is always wrong predicting price movements.
    SHITCOIN: a coin with no potential value or use
    SHORT: margin bear position
    SWING: zig-zag price movement (upwards and downwards)
    TA: technical analysis
    TO THE MOON: a crypto’s upward momentum as it keeps climbing in price, as in, “The price of this coin will one day go to the moon!”
    WHALE

    True HODL’r: puts “play money” into the crypto market with no foreseeable reason for needing that money at all and truly invests into the idea of whatever currency they buy.
    FODL’r: puts money into the crypto market with the intentions of letting it grow but runs into hard times and is forced to sell due to personal circumstances.
    Trader: guys work all day to make a few bucks and push the ‘buy low, sell high’ idea of our market. a valuable asset but not necessarily for everyone.
    Lover: wants to be in, affords to be in a little but can’t fully commit because of financial situation. often a DCA enthusiast and maybe smart about they’re purchases but limited due to their enthusiasm about the big 3 over the whole market. (I’d rather wait to date a 7 then settle for a 4 mindset)
    SODL’r: the type we love to help us buy more.
    Other Guy: this guy is either here for karma or money. they don’t really see anything…just a fashion that they may or may not understand. their importance in the market could be devastating or inconsequential… these people exist as millionaires and ‘hundredaires.’ Let’ em play.
    “You and I”: we’re here, we’re in. we are the early-‘ish’ adopters that are hoping to be happy in 5 years that we were aware early enough to recognize a good, upcoming market. we play our money as smart as we can and hope for the best. our lives can be made but never broken by the crypto market.
    The Forgotten: real heroes. these guys invested significant amounts early and forgot. they either lost their account info or don’t care enough to check but they are permanently invested either way. they deserve a moment of silence.

     
  • the1uploader 10:19 am on 2018-09-07 Permalink  

    Billy Sindoro Diganjar Hukuman Mati 

    The curse manifests.

    Dalam bahasa politik, ada petugas partai.

    dalam bahasa mafia, ada letnan.

    dalam bahasa bisnis, namanya tangan kanan.
    dalam praktek dan kehidupan nyata, namanya kacung.

    setelah 2 kacung lippo tertangkap, the sindoro brotherhood, bisakah lippo bangkit?

    jual beli perusahaan dengan modal kertas dan stempel notaris merupakan mainnanya lippo. mereka tidak punya skill kecuali tipu-tipu dalam akte jual-beli saham tanpa mengeluarkan uang sepeser pun. coba cari sejarah lippo bank, lippo securities, lippo life, lippo general insurance, tanjung bangun semesta.

    cuma satu usaha yang lagi dan sedang digeluti lippo group,
    lippo suck !
    lippo suction.
    lippo sucker.

    kesian hari dharmawan.

    coba ikuti cerita dedengkot lippo group, mochtar riady.
    berjaya dengan menyuap sana-sini, kanan-kiri, atas-bawah.


    https://asia.nikkei.com/Spotlight/Asian-Family-Conglomerates/Lippo-tycoon-looks-to-young-gun-grandson-to-build-digital-empire
    Asian Family Conglomerates
    Lippo tycoon looks to young-gun grandson to build digital empire
    JUN SUZUKI, Nikkei staff writer
    September 07, 2018 16:39 JST

    https://www.ft.com/__origami/service/image/v2/images/raw/https%3A%2F%2Fs3-ap-northeast-1.amazonaws.com%2Fpsh-ex-ftnikkei-3937bb4%2Fimages%2F9%2F4%2F8%2F8%2F15598849-2-eng-GB%2F20180906%20Lippo%20Collage.png?source=nar-cms
    Lippo Group founder Mochtar Riady, center, and his son James, left, look poised to pass the baton to a third generation led by James’ son John, right.

    Mochtar Riady’s heir apparent, John Riady, makes mark in Indonesian e-payments

    JAKARTA — Indonesian tycoon Mochtar Riady has been contemplating the question of succession for nearly 30 years. Part of the answer, he thinks, lies in Chinese folk wisdom about failure.

    Nikkei recently caught up with the 89-year-old and asked about his plans for ceding control of his Lippo Group conglomerate, which has evolved over more than half a century from a domestic bank to a property and retail empire with assets reportedly exceeding $10 billion. The challenge for the next generation is to spearhead another reinvention, this time in health care and e-commerce.

    As Mochtar’s grandson and heir apparent, 33-year-old John Riady is expected to build on the group’s successes — and learn from brushes with controversy and defeat.

    Mochtar, in the interview on July 5, brought up a Chinese tale of how eagles teach their young to fly by letting them go in the air. The moral of the story is to let one’s offspring learn from mistakes. Then he bluntly declared that John had “failed” with an online shopping business.

    John attempted to make his mark with MatahariMall.com, an online marketplace offering a wide range of women’s fashions. The site was launched with great fanfare in 2015 but has struggled to build its user base. Meanwhile, rivals such as Tokopedia and Bukalapak have become unicorns — privately held startups valued at $1 billion or more.

    “I told John, ‘You made a big mistake, because you always think about buyers but you never think of sellers,” Mochtar said, referring to consumers and merchants. “That was your mistake.'”

    MatahariMall.com counted 4.6 million monthly visitors in the second quarter of this year, according to iPrice Group, versus 111 million for Tokopedia and 85 million for Bukalapak.

    But if Mochtar is unimpressed with his grandson’s handling of the online mall, John seems to be making up for it with e-money.

    In July, restaurants on the first floor of the Gandaria City shopping mall in southern Jakarta started accepting Ovo, an e-payment platform Lippo launched last year. In front of every eatery stands a purple Ovo signboard promising “10% cash back” and other deals.

    The Ovo logo is also appearing more in Surabaya, Medan, Bandung and other cities. The group says its e-money can be used at 200 malls and 5,000 restaurants nationwide. By transaction volume and value, the operator says it is the No. 1 player in an Indonesian e-payments market that grew 434% in the first half of 2018.

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    Indonesians can sign up for Ovo at counters like this one in a Surabaya shopping mall. (Photo by Jun Suzuki)

    Ovo symbolizes Lippo’s path forward in more ways than one: It is a further step into digital technology and e-commerce for a group Mochtar founded in the 1950s. And it is run by John.

    “Now John operates Ovo and [has found] success,” Mochtar said. The founder argues it is just as important to keep merchants in mind in the e-payments business, since Ovo’s future depends on how many stores introduce it.

    Mochtar is showing few signs of slowing down. But he is pushing 90 and his second son, James Riady, who supervises Lippo’s core operations in Indonesia, is 61. That is a year older than Mochtar was when he started thinking about passing the reins to his descendants.

    Lippo is under pressure to put John and other third-generation family members in charge sooner rather than later. In relatively young Indonesia, where the median age is around 30, youth could be an advantage.

    John, currently a Lippo Group director, is the eldest son of James, the group’s CEO.

    James is credited with expanding the domestic real estate business after the Asian financial crisis of 1997 spurred the group to divest its banking operations and transform into a property developer. He also led the conglomerate’s forays into health care and education. But he has encountered his own tough lessons over the years.

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    Lippo Group kept a cautious distance from the Suharto government that ruled Indonesia for three decades. This stood in contrast to the approach of the late Sudono Salim, the founder of Salim Group and Mochtar’s longtime business partner. Salim maintained close ties with Suharto’s authoritarian regime.

    Since Lippo kept Suharto at arm’s length, it avoided significant damage from the strongman’s downfall. Yet, in the U.S., Lippo became embroiled in a major political fundraising scandal.

    The group acquired a bank in the state of Arkansas and the young James took charge of its management. In the process, he became acquainted with then-Governor and future President Bill Clinton. This connection would prove costly, both financially and in terms of Lippo’s reputation.

    James became involved in fundraising for Clinton and ran afoul of federal election law. In 2001, he pleaded guilty to a conspiracy to “defraud the United States by unlawfully reimbursing campaign donors with foreign corporate funds,” according to a release by the Department of Justice. This brought an $8.6 million fine, a record for a campaign finance violation at the time.

    The department said that in 1992, soon after James pledged $1 million to Clinton’s presidential campaign, contributions made by another Lippo executive “were reimbursed with funds wired from a foreign Lippo Group entity into an account Riady maintained at LippoBank and then distributed to [the executive] in cash.” The department said the contributions were made, in part, to secure “access, meetings and time with politicians, elected officials and other high-level government officials.”

    Looking back on the scandal, James said: “Power is both a blessing and curse. Since that time, I have attempted with all my heart to avoid politics.”

    To cope with the pressure of inheriting a huge conglomerate, James stressed the need to separate “vision and ambition.” The line between them, he said, is often blurred.

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    In an English-language autobiography published in 2016, titled “Mochtar Riady: My Life Story,” Mochtar writes that he began considering how to hand the reins to James and his third son, Stephen, when he turned 60 in 1989.

    In the early 2000s, James started supervising Lippo Group’s domestic businesses, including Lippo Karawaci, its core property developer. Stephen was put in charge of overseas operations based in Hong Kong and Singapore, and he is now executive chairman of OUE, a Singaporean real estate company Lippo acquired from United Overseas Bank in 2006.

    Mochtar told Nikkei he is no longer active in the group’s management, joking that he would not be receiving any phone calls during the interview. But he also said he still provides management “guidance.”

    Several insiders said Mochtar continues to play a pivotal part in making important decisions.

    Day-to-day operations are largely left to a team of professional managers. “How can [we] manage the business with two sons and three grandsons?” the tycoon said, emphasizing the importance of recruiting the right people and separating ownership from management.

    Lippo’s diversification has helped it meet its own personnel needs.

    Thanks in part to James, the group has become a major education player, running schools across all levels from elementary to university. Its Pelita Harapan University has become one of the country’s top private institutions, with campuses in Jakarta suburbs, Surabaya and elsewhere. The university provides Lippo with a steady stream of new recruits.

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    Lippo’s Pelita Harapan University in Karawaci offers the company a steady stream of talented graduates. (Photo by Shinya Sawai)

    The group also has an army of middle managers with extensive experience at overseas banks and other businesses. And its workforce is international, with over 300 team members from outside Indonesia.

    Recruiting has had its pitfalls, too, however. Emirsyah Satar, a former CEO of national airline Garuda Indonesia, was brought in to serve as chairman of MatahariMall.com, only to wind up being investigated on suspicion of taking bribes at the carrier.

    As for the Riady family’s role in running things, Mochtar said it is “to look at balance sheets and give directions.”

    Of course, someone still has to give those directions.

    In November 2016, James told Nikkei that family succession was not necessarily a given. “We must be mindful of succession but it is not automatic that our family members are qualified to take the jobs,” he said. “We must have patience and learn discipline.”

    Even so, John is clearly being groomed to lead the way.

    John was educated mainly in the U.S., receiving an MBA from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania and a juris doctor from Columbia University’s law school. Last September, he became president commissioner of the group’s health care business, Siloam International Hospitals — the largest hospital chain in Indonesia. He also serves as commissioner of Matahari Department Store.

    If and when John takes the helm, the question will be how to help new operations retain momentum and old ones regain it.

    Under Stephen’s leadership, OUE is expanding the international scope of its hospital business.

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    This Siloam hospital in Jakarta is part of the largest hospital chain in Indonesia. © Reuters

    Last year, OUE Lippo Healthcare teamed up with China Merchants Group, a state-run Chinese company, to start operating hospitals in China. OUE also runs hospitals and nursing homes in Japan with trading house Itochu. Mochtar said the idea is to soak up expertise for efficient management that can be put to use in China.

    But while the group’s hospital operations and Ovo e-payment service are on the rise, its key property business is not.

    The stock price of Lippo Karawaci is two-thirds lower than it was two years ago. In April, Moody’s Investors Service downgraded the company’s credit rating to B2 from B1.

    Moody’s expressed concern over Lippo Karawaci’s operating cash flow, with analyst Jacintha Poh warning the flow would be dependent on “asset sales that are subject to delays and market conditions.”

    Another worry is Meikarta, an enormous Lippo urban development project on the outskirts of Jakarta.

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    Meikarta, a 273 trillion rupiah ($18.32 billion) investment and Lippo’s biggest project yet, is to include condominiums and offices along with malls, schools, medical facilities and luxury hotels. In other words, Lippo is pouring all of its expertise — property development, education and health care — into a new city that will be home to 1 million residents.

    The endeavor marks an important shift from high-end properties to more affordable housing for Indonesia’s growing middle class. Local news reports, though, have suggested the project is stalled — something Mochtar has strongly denied, insisting anyone can look at the construction site to see that work is progressing.

    Tensions escalated on May 30, when a group of homebuyers in Manado, North Sulawesi Province, enraged by delays briefly held Lippo Karawaci President Ketut Budi Wijaya hostage, according to local reports.

    The trouble adds an extra element of uncertainty as Lippo looks to marry its traditional businesses with the digital operations led by John Riady. Soon, like the eagles of Chinese folklore, John may have to prove he can fly.

    The Nikkei Asian Review will begin publishing Mochtar Riady’s “My personal history,” an autobiographical series, on Monday.


    https://asia.nikkei.com/Spotlight/My-Personal-History

    20180910, The story of Lippo Group and modern Indonesia: Mochtar Riady’s story (1)
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    The group’s founder and chairman shares his history in this exclusive series
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    20180911, My early years in a turbulent China: Mochtar Riady’s story (2)
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    Born in Dutch-controlled Java, I soon moved to my father’s home village in Fujian
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    20180912, The deep affection and profound wisdom of my grandmother: Mochtar Riady’s story (3)
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    I never forgot her words, even though it took me many years to understand them
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    20180913, Returning to a homeland under Dutch rule: Mochtar Riady’s story (4)
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    In Malang, I received a Chinese education and saw colonial arrogance firsthand
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    20180914, My mother’s untimely death in childbirth: Mochtar Riady’s story (5)
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    My bereaved father played the role of both parents — and taught me to work hard
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    20180915, On my own at 13, I learned a painful lesson: Mochtar Riady’s story (6 …
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    20180916, Supporting Indonesia’s pro-independence guerrillas: Mochtar Riady’s …
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    20180917, Hyperinflation and hunger in Nanjing: Mochtar Riady’s story (8 …
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    20180918, The letter that saved my life: Mochtar Riady’s story (9) – Nikkei Asian …
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    20180919, Travel opened my eyes to Indonesia’s great diversity: Mochtar Riady’s …
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    20180920, How business talks led to marriage: Mochtar Riady’s story (11) – Nikkei …
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    20180921, How I learned the ropes of trade in a port town: Mochtar Riday’s story …
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    20180922, Sukarno’s economic policy left me on the brink of ruin: Mochtar Riady’s …
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    20180923, Achieving my childhood dream of becoming a banker: Mochtar Riady’s …
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    20180924, To build trust, find a trustworthy partner: Mochtar Riady’s story (15 …
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    20180925, A fateful meeting with a powerful tycoon: Mochtar Riady’s story (16 …
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    20180926, Bringing efficiency to Salim’s bank: Mochtar Riady’s story (17) – Nikkei …
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    20180927, The bumpy road to entering the US market: Mochtar Riady’s story (18 …
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    20180928, My debt of gratitude toward Li Ka-shing: Mochtar Riady’s story (19 …
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    20180929, Expanding into China at the dawn of economic reform: Mochtar …
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    20180930, Lippo gets its start as an import agency: Mochtar Riady’s story (21 …
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    20181001, The opportunity for growth finally comes: Mochtar Riady’s story (22 …
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    https://asia.nikkei.com/Spotlight/My-Personal-History/The-story-of-Lippo-Group-and-modern-Indonesia-Mochtar-Riady-s-story-1
    My Personal History
    01 The story of Lippo Group and modern Indonesia
    September 10, 2018 11:00 JST

    The group’s founder and chairman shares his history in this exclusive series

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    From a small bicycle parts retailer in 1950s Indonesia, Lippo Group has grown into one of the country’s biggest and most diverse conglomerates. Best known as a property developer, Lippo is involved in everything from malls and hospitals to banks and blockchain technology. The group’s diversity and success — it churns out some $7 billion in revenue a year — is largely down to its founder and long-serving chairman, Mochtar Riady.

    The 89-year-old recently opened up to the Nikkei Asian Review about himself and his sprawling group. In this 30-part series, he recounts the history of both a man and a business, from their humble beginnings in Indonesia to their success on larger scale.

    The story of my life, particularly my professional life, is in many ways the story of modern Indonesia.

    My name is Mochtar Riady, and I am the founder and chairman of Lippo Group. With sales totaling approximately $7 billion, Lippo Group is one of the five largest ethnic Chinese conglomerates in Indonesia, with operations in both Asia and the United States.

    Written in Chinese, the word Lippo is composed of two characters, one meaning “power” and the other meaning “treasure.” If you have ever visited Hong Kong or Shanghai, you may have seen the name on such buildings as Lippo Center and Lippo Plaza.

    I was born on May 12, 1929, and am of ethnic Chinese descent — my Chinese name is Lie Mo Tie (Li Wenzheng).

    In my youth, I became involved in Indonesia’s independence movement for a period of time. Later I built up the nation’s largest commercial bank, though I had to let it go after the Asian financial crisis in the late 1990s. After that, I focused my business on real estate development.

    Now approaching 90, I am pouring my heart and soul into creating a new city in Indonesia. Meikarta, located some 40km east of Jakarta, will integrate residential areas with academic research facilities to create a new kind of community. The total construction cost is estimated at 278 trillion rupiah ($19.7 billion), and once completed it will have a population of 1 million.

    The first part of the city’s name comes from the name of my wife. Like me, she is ethnic Chinese, and her Chinese name is Li Limei.

    Meikarta will have not only houses and shopping malls but also elementary, junior high and high schools, universities, hospitals and information technology research institutions.

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    Mochtar Riady (Photo by Akiyoshi Inoue)

    Housing, education, health care — areas like these are a crucial part of daily life for residents, and it is the intention of Lippo Group to manage all of its operations itself. Through our group companies and business units, we provide all of the commercial services and public facilities essential for urban life, including supermarkets, department stores, coffee shops, playgrounds, movie theaters, schools and hospitals.

    Lippo Group has two core businesses.

    The first is property development. This involves more than simply selling land and buildings. To be successful in this business, you must also add various value to the land, and that means providing the facilities and services that residents need to lead a comfortable life. This aspect of land development has driven Lippo’s expansion into various lifestyle industries.

    Our other core business is providing information and communication services.

    In addition to mobile phone services, we also have a cable television unit and operate a TV news channel. We are also expanding our e-commerce and online banking operations.

    Our two core businesses have given rise to a wide variety of units and are now generating synergies, with all our operations functioning as an integrated group.

    In writing this series, I would like to do more than simply tell my own story. I also want to help deepen people’s understanding of Indonesia, even if only a little.

    Indonesia’s independence came at exactly the same time as my own. I spent my university years in China and returned to my home country in 1950. Indonesia had gained its independence at the end of December 1949, and its history as a truly independent nation began the following year.

    Both the successes and crises that I have experienced in business were reflections of Indonesia’s situation at the time. Sometimes ahead of the times and sometimes in danger of being swept away by their violent currents, I have kept my business going through the years.

    Allow me now to take you on a journey through the history of modern Indonesia.

    Mochtar Riady is the founder of Lippo Group. Pinyin Romanization is used for Chinese names, except in cases of well-known or historical figures with established English spellings.

    The “My personal history” series of autobiographies first appeared in The Nikkei in 1956. Since then, a wide variety of world-changing individuals have written or dictated their life stories for publication. The list includes Margaret Thatcher, Suharto, Lee Kuan Yew, Mahathir bin Mohamad, George W. Bush, Alan Greenspan, Seiji Ozawa and Carlos Ghosn.


    https://asia.nikkei.com/Spotlight/My-Personal-History/My-early-years-in-a-turbulent-China-Mochtar-Riady-s-story-2
    My Personal History
    02 My early years in a turbulent China
    September 11, 2018 11:00 JST

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    Born in Dutch-controlled Java, I soon moved to my father’s home village in Fujian
    I was born in May 1929 on the island of Java, which was then part of the Dutch East Indies. At the time, there was no country called Indonesia.

    I hail from Malang, a highland region in eastern Java. My father, Li Yamei, migrated from China’s Fujian Province to a resort town in Malang called Batu (which today is separate from Malang regency). There he earned a living by selling traditional Javanese textiles known as batik.

    When I was 5 months old, my father took me and my mother to his home in Fujian Province to be with my ailing grandfather. My father was the eldest son and was worried about the family he had left behind. I had four elder sisters, all of whom were born in China and lived in the family home.

    Xindian, my father’s ancestral village, was located in the town of Jiangkou, in what was then Putian County (now Putian city). The area is halfway between Fuzhou, in the north of Fujian Province, and Xiamen, in its south.

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    Lying between mountains and the sea, Putian — or Xinghua, as it was once called — had very little land for farming. Many people hoping to start a new life emigrated to what is now Indonesia or Singapore. In those days it was easy to enter and leave the country, and people traveled frequently between China and Southeast Asia.

    In 1918, when he was about 19, my father left his village for Indonesia. He was already married and had a child by then.

    Initially my father would travel back and forth between China and Indonesia, but he eventually brought my mother to Malang, where I was born.

    My ailing grandfather died soon after we arrived in Xindian. My father then returned to Malang on his own, leaving my mother behind to take care of my grandmother. I stayed with her.

    Some 1,000 people from about 200 households lived in Xindian at the time. All but one family in the village had the surname of Li, the lone exception being a family called Chen.

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    Mochtar Riady, left, and his wife (Photo provided by company)

    In the old days, Chinese villages were basically communities of families from the same clan living together. My father came from a family of woodworkers and was part of the fifth generation born in the village.

    During my grandfather’s time, the family had 2 hectares of farmland and was the second-richest household in the village. The family even lent money to other villagers as a side business.

    Those were turbulent times in China. Though the Kuomintang held power in Nanjing, in reality warlords controlled much of the country.

    Even in Fujian Province, armed groups were rampant, with rival factions in the north and south locked in a fierce back-and-forth battle for dominance.

    Because Xindian was close to a road running between Fuzhou and Xiamen, the village was exposed to constant danger.

    When a battle began, groups of armed fighters would pass near the village, causing terrified villagers to flee to the mountains, where they hid in tombs until the danger had passed. Battles broke out every month or two, and each time the villagers were forced to take refuge in the mountains.

    Villagers also feared the gangs of tu fei, or bandits, who usually struck at night. To protect against invasions, houses were built along a narrow road with forts at either end.

    Every night, villagers took turns standing guard against the bandits. These gangs also fought each other, sometimes with guns. I remember villagers, too, owned guns, to protect themselves.

    As the fighting continued and public order broke down almost completely, my grandmother began to worry about my future. She urged my father to come and take me back to Malang as soon as possible.

    Mochtar Riady is the founder of Lippo Group.

    Click here to read Mochtar Riady’s full “My personal history” series.
    here https://asia.nikkei.com/Spotlight/My-Personal-History/Mochtar-Riady


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    My Personal History
    03 The deep affection and profound wisdom of my grandmother
    September 12, 2018 11:01 JST

    I never forgot her words, even though it took me many years to understand them

    I lived in my father’s home village in Putian County in China’s Fujian Province until I was 6 years old.

    I was the fifth of my parents’ eight children and their only son. My four older siblings and three younger ones were all girls.

    I was the first grandson for my grandmother in Fujian Province. I was the apple of her eye and she lavished affection on me.

    My grandmother was always with me and protected me from any danger or harm. When she was around, no other member of the family dared to scold me. I slept with my grandmother in her room, not with my mother, and I was always served the best food available in the house.

    My savvy grandmother inspired deep respect among the villagers. She ran the family business of providing loans, usually in the form of rice, to people in the village, and she also managed all of the family’s farmland.

    The words that came out of her mouth were always plain but often deep and inspiring.

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    A portrait of my grand mother (Photo provided by company)

    One of my uncles, my father’s youngest brother, remembered me asking her this question when I was 4 years old: “If we cut down all trees in the mountains, how will we boil rice?”

    At that time, people in Putian burned wood from the mountains to cook their meals. Though still a child, I was apparently worried that someday there would be no trees left.

    Speaking gently, my grandmother gave me the following answer, according to my uncle. “This world, created by God, works wonderfully. Everything is arranged for the human race. Even if we cut down all the trees, they will grow again. And there will always be things that can be burned instead of wood, so you don’t have to worry.”

    One day she took me to a temple. There, in the profound silence of the surroundings, she began to speak to me. “Child, our home is very beautiful, but look how poor everyone is here. That’s because they have no skills. You must go abroad to study. You can come back once you are done and do things for the village.”

    I still remember the earnest tone in which she spoke these words. She also said emphatically to me, “You must go away in order to come back, my child.”

    Still a young child, I was of course unable to understand what she meant. Even after I grew up, I remained uncertain about the real meaning of her words. But the phrase “go away in order to come back” was seared into my memory.

    More than half a century later, in the 1980s, I visited my father’s home again. It was then that I finally understood the message that she wanted to convey to me. I will talk more about that episode later.

    Back then, my father was running a textile shop in Malang, on the island of Java, having left me and my mother in his home village. In 1935, when I was 6 years old, he came back to take the two of us with him to Malang. It had been decided that one of my uncles who was also living in Malang — my father’s immediate younger brother — would return to the family home to take care of my grandmother. My four elder sisters remained in China and continued to live apart from us.

    I was terrified at the prospect of parting from my grandmother. I cried almost every day and would not let go of her. My resistance, however, was in vain. I was separated from my grandmother and brought back by my parents to my hometown, Malang.

    I never saw my grandmother again. She died six years after I left Putian.


    https://asia.nikkei.com/Spotlight/My-Personal-History/Returning-to-a-homeland-under-Dutch-rule-Mochtar-Riady-s-story-4
    My Personal History
    04 Returning to a homeland under Dutch rule
    September 13, 2018 11:01 JST

    In Malang, I received a Chinese education and saw colonial arrogance firsthand

    It was in Surabaya, a port city on the island of Java, that I saw a Dutch person for the first time in my life.

    The Dutch began colonizing what is now Indonesia in the early 17th century. They first established a foothold on Java and then colonized the surrounding islands one by one, eventually bringing the entire archipelago under a colonial rule that was to last for more than three centuries. When I was a boy, Indonesia was called the Dutch East Indies.

    Our family left my father’s home in China’s Fujian Province to live in Java. After a two-week trip by sea, we arrived in Surabaya. To go through immigration, we had to wait in a long line in the sweltering heat.

    That was when I saw a Dutchman for the first time. I was stunned by how much taller he was than the average Chinese person. To a young boy like me who had never seen a Dutch person, he looked scary.

    The Dutch immigration officer was very rude to me and other Chinese. I started crying. I missed my grandmother in China dearly.

    My mother tried to comfort me, hugging me tightly and telling me not to worry.

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    After we cleared immigration, we got into a car and headed to Batu, located in a highland region known as Malang, in the southern part of Surabaya. Malang had grown into a popular retreat and health spot for Dutch people working in Surabaya.

    After spending some time in Batu, our family moved to the city of Malang. Between 10,000 to 20,000 ethnic Chinese lived there, most of them working as retailers and restaurant owners. There were elementary and junior high schools where classes were taught in Chinese, and I ended up going to a school called Nan Qiang.

    Classes at these schools were taught in the Beijing dialect, the standard back in China. Because they had come from all parts of China, the Chinese living in Malang spoke a broad variety of dialects. Even those from different areas within Fujian Province had difficulty in communicating with each other.

    Our family spoke the dialect of Xinghua (now Putian city).

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    Me in 1937, when I was attending a Chinese school in Malang (Photo provided by company)

    Every day after school, I spent countless hours learning Chinese characters under my father’s watchful eye. I practiced calligraphy regularly, using the handwriting of Liu Gongquan, a great master of Tang calligraphy, as a model.

    My father was one of the few people in his home village of Xinghua who had received an education. My grandfather, who was passionate about education, brought teachers to the village and opened a private school, where my father studied.

    My father also read Chinese classics to me, explaining the stories in simple terms. In this way I became acquainted with “The Twenty-four Filial Exemplars,” a classic text of Confucian filial piety, and the sayings of Fan Li (also known as Tao Zhu Gong), who is worshipped in China as “the God of Wealth.”

    My father bought me a children’s illustrated version of the historical novel “Romance of the Three Kingdoms,” too. Thanks to my father, I gained wide knowledge about Chinese culture.

    There was also a Chinese temple in Malang. Its architecture was a mixture of Buddhist and Taoist styles. I believe the temple was dedicated to Mazu, a Chinese Sea Goddess worshipped as the protector of seafarers in Fujian Province. The temple was always very lively during the Chinese New Year, when it would be thronged with worshippers.

    The food we ate in Malang was no different from what we had in China. Our family often ate rice porridge. Local Muslims did not eat pork, but we could buy and eat it, as there were Chinese pig breeders in Malang.

    One day, I was playing with a friend whose family ran a Chinese restaurant when I heard someone inside the shop suddenly start yelling.

    It turned out to be a Dutch customer raising a fuss after he saw a waiter touch the inside of a dish with his finger. There was no need for the customer to yell like that. A quiet admonition would have been enough.

    That was the moment I saw firsthand the arrogance of the Dutch.


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    My Personal History
    05 My mother’s untimely death in childbirth
    September 14, 2018 11:01 JST

    My bereaved father played the role of both parents — and taught me to work hard

    Personal relationships are extremely important for huaqiao, as ethnic Chinese living abroad are called. They place particular importance on blood relations and ties with people from the same parts of China as themselves. Nurturing such relationships and helping one another enabled overseas Chinese to survive despite being outsiders in foreign lands.

    My father had three younger brothers, all of whom emigrated to Batu in Malang, a region on the island of Java. But the eldest of these three returned to the family home in Xinghua (present-day Putian) in Fujian Province to take care of my grandmother. One of the remaining two younger brothers continued to live in Batu, while my father and the other younger brother moved to the city of Malang.

    My father remitted money to his mother back home in Xinghua almost every month. Even after my grandmother died, my father continued remitting money for his younger brother who had returned to the family home. My father’s actions were a reflection of our strong family ties.

    We also had close ties with other people who had come from our home village. Many Chinese from Xinghua lived in Malang, where my father had opened a textile shop. For those who could not read and write, my father read out letters they had received from China and wrote their replies for them. He never accepted money for such acts of kindness.

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    A portrait of my mother, who died when I was 9 years old (Photo provided by company)

    My father loathed chasing easy money. Once when I bought a lottery ticket, he snatched it from my hand and tore it up in front of me. He then slapped my hand and gave me a good talking-to. “Wealth comes from sweat and toil, not from gambling,” he said. “Gambling is the road to ruin.”

    When I was around 11 years old and had learned to write basic Chinese characters, I started helping my father write letters for those who could not. I gradually built up the knowledge I needed for this task, such as personal information about the relatives of the people who asked for our help. I was happy that I could be of use for people from the same village, whom I regarded as my family.

    My father sold traditional Indonesian fabrics called batik to local customers, and as I learned Indonesian, I also helped him with his textile business.

    My father also never allowed me to accept gifts. “If you accept gifts from others, you become indebted to them and it’s easier for them to give you orders. Giving makes you happier than receiving.”

    When I was given some sweets from a relative, my father insisted that I return them.

    My mother died in childbirth when I was 9 years old. At that time in Java, it was customary for women to give birth at home with the help of a midwife.

    My father and I were waiting outside the room for the baby to be born when we suddenly heard my mother give an anguished cry. My father was too worried to sit still.

    A girl was finally born, but my mother breathed her last immediately afterward. It was a sudden and unexpected death.

    My father put up a picture of my mother in the middle of the room and set up a household Buddhist altar to pray for the repose of her soul. For 49 days after her death, he got up before 5 every morning and chanted a sutra for her.

    My father struggled for a long time to overcome the grief of his loss. Sometimes he would stare at my mother’s picture and weep bitterly. Adding to his grief, the baby, my youngest sister, died several months later. My father and I were now the only members of our family who remained in Malang.

    My father was 41 years old when my mother died, but he did not remarry because he thought doing so would make me unhappy. After my mother’s death, he played the role of both parents, acting not only as a stern father but also as a kind mother. He mended my torn clothes and even bathed me.

    All of my three younger sisters died while they were still infants. As a young boy I saw the deaths of so many close family members. These experiences instilled a fear of death into my heart.


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    My Personal History
    06 On my own at 13, I learned a painful lesson
    September 15, 2018 11:00 JST

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    The Japanese army detained my farther, leaving me alone and prey to swindlers

    At the age of 13 I was suddenly left alone when my father was detained by the Imperial Japanese Army.

    The Pacific War broke out in December 1941, and the following March Japan invaded the Dutch East Indies in pursuit of oil. Japanese forces landed on Java and advanced to Malang, where my father and I lived.

    In Malang, there was an association of people who had come from Xinghua (present-day Putian) in China’s Fujian Province. Both my father and uncle belonged to this association. The Japanese military believed the group to be an anti-Japanese organization linked to the Kuomintang government in Chongqing.

    One morning not long after its arrival, the Japanese army detained the 62 members of the association. Both my father and uncle were taken away and did not return until Japan’s surrender in 1945.

    I was left completely on my own. I started running my father’s textile store, and I also worked as a clerk at a hotel where Japanese military officers stayed.

    Since Japanese guests used kanji to fill out the registration forms, I was asked to use my knowledge of Chinese characters to help with the registration process.

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    A portrait of my father, who detained by the Imperial Japanese Army (Photo provided by company)

    I heard that some rank-and-file Japanese soldiers were violent, but the Japanese officers I met were all polite. They often asked, “Can you write kanji?” Even though I couldn’t speak Japanese, using Chinese characters I was able to communicate with them in writing.

    During Japan’s occupation of Java, local residents were required to take turns keeping watch on each of the town’s streets every night.

    We had nothing to do but to kill time during these long night watches. On one such night, three men and I were also on watch and we agreed to bet on a traditional Chinese card game called “Si Se Pai,” or Four Color Cards.

    I suffered an endless spate of losses and ended up deep in debt. I sold some of my father’s belongings, including gold ornaments, to pay what I owed, but even that was not enough.

    The three men came to my house and demanded payment. They were all more than 10 years older than me.

    I left my house and did not return for days. But as I stood in front of my mother’s grave weeping tears of bitter regret, it suddenly dawned on me: “They must have cheated me, a child, out of money.” This realization gave me the courage to return home and reopen the shop.

    Before long, the three men came to my house and again demanded money. I flatly refused them.

    “You cheated me in the game,” I said. “I’ll forget about the money I have already paid, but if you keep asking for more, I’ll tell people I know about this.”

    The trio never gave me a hard time again. I learned a bitter lesson from this mistake. Since then, I have always heeded my father’s advice and refrained from gambling.

    During the Japanese occupation, junior high school classes were canceled, so I continued to attend Nan Qiang Primary School.

    The school’s principal, Luo Yitian, was well-versed in classical Chinese literature. Principal Luo helped me read such classics as “Laotzu,” “the Analects of Confucius” and “Master Zuo’s Commentary to the Spring and Autumn Annals.”

    The principal also enlightened me on contemporary thinking, like Sun Yat-sen’s “Three Principles of the People.”

    Principal Luo was a staunch believer in leftist ideology and encouraged me to read a book written by Zou Taofen, a respected Chinese journalist in those days. The book described how black people were oppressed in the U.S. and criticized capitalism.

    “Although all people are equal, imperialist nations rule many colonies and discriminate against Asians and Africans,” Principal Luo said.

    Influenced by his thinking, I began to develop sympathy for anti-imperialist and anti-colonial causes.


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    My Personal History
    07 Supporting Indonesia’s pro-independence guerrillas
    September 16, 2018 11:01 JST

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    Me, second from left in the third row, and my classmates in junior high school (Photo provided by company)

    After a brush with danger, I went to study in Nanjing with the help of a general

    On Aug. 15, 1945, Japan surrendered unconditionally to the Allies.

    In Malang, where I lived, junior high school classes were resumed and I started attending them.

    My father, who had been detained by the Japanese army, was released and returned home. But afterward he was always afraid. He was particularly terrified by the sound of motorbikes and would instantly run away whenever he heard one. He had heard the sound of motorbikes when the Japanese army came to take him away.

    I took my father to Singapore and we stayed there for a while. The change of environment apparently did him good, and his fear gradually faded.

    After Japan’s surrender, Sukarno, the leader of the Indonesian independence movement, declared Indonesia’s independence as a republic on Aug. 17. But the Dutch colonialists refused to acknowledge Indonesian independence.

    First, British troops landed in Surabaya and other areas of Java to disarm the Japanese army. Then, Dutch forces landed across the country to regain the ground they had lost.

    Indonesian residents rose up in revolt and started fighting both the British and the Dutch. The Indonesian fighters mainly staged guerrilla warfare in the mountainous areas from Surabaya to Malang.

    Influenced by the views of the principal of my primary school, I viewed colonialism as an evil that undermined equality among humans and created gaps between rich and poor.

    As I was young and vigorous, I began supporting Indonesia’s pro-independence guerrillas.

    A man in his 30s called Imam Soekarto led the guerrillas operating in areas around Malang. Despite our large age difference, the two of us hit it off. I helped his fight by buying medical supplies in Surabaya and bringing them to fighters in the mountains. I also reported the locations of Dutch troops to Soekarto’s forces.

    The Dutch adopted a “divide-and-conquer” strategy of setting up puppet states in Indonesia.

    Siauw Giok Tjhan, a Chinese Indonesian activist who later served as a cabinet minister in the government of the republic, called on ethnic Chinese students to organize demonstrations against the Dutch.

    While the older generations of ethnic Chinese who had migrated from China to Indonesia generally distanced themselves from politics, younger Chinese born in Indonesia were keen to get involved in political activities.

    The anti-Dutch student movement attracted many young ethnic Chinese. I joined the movement immediately.

    The Dutch arrested students who took part in the movement and sent them to a jail in Malang. I was among those put on a wanted list and detained, but I was immediately released. The Dutch apparently thought I was not the student on their list.

    My Chinese name, as pronounced in Mandarin, is Li Wenzheng. That matched the name on the Dutch wanted list, but on my ID card my name was written as Li Mo Di.

    The pronunciation of my Chinese name in the Xinghua dialect, which our family spoke at home, was closer to Li Mong Ding. As a result, when my family had my birth registered, the Dutch official in charge wrote my name as Li Mo Di, which eventually became my Indonesian name of Riady.

    I had barely escaped being jailed, but I was afraid that I could be arrested again if I remained in Indonesia. My great-uncle in Surabaya (a cousin of my grandfather, to be exact) introduced me to a merchant from Xinghua who was living in Shanghai at the time.

    Counting on the merchant’s support, I headed to Shanghai. I believe this was around the end of 1946.

    The merchant introduced me to a general named Wu Heyun, who held a senior post in the Kuomintang government in Nanjing. Wu also came from Xinghua.

    The general arranged for me to take the entrance exam of the National Central University in Nanjing. I applied to study Chinese philosophy because there was less competition for the department.

    I passed the exam and began my life as a student in Nanjing.


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    My Personal History
    08 Hyperinflation and hunger in Nanjing
    September 17, 2018 11:01 JST

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    The Chinese Civil War devastated the city and forced me to escape to Hong Kong

    After enrolling in the National Central University in Nanjing, I became even more staunchly leftist.

    Following Japan’s surrender, U.S. forces advanced to North China. At the end of December 1946, news that a female Chinese student at Peking University had been raped by an American soldier came out, sparking a wave of anger and indignation among Chinese youth.

    The following January, anti-U.S. demonstrations protesting the incident spread across China. Students at universities in Nanjing joined the protests, and I readily took to the streets, shouting, “No to U.S. Imperialism.”

    At the outbreak of the Sino-Japanese War, the National Central University relocated to Chongqing. It had only recently returned to Nanjing when I enrolled, and the number of faculty members was not large.

    I majored in Chinese philosophy and immersed myself in such classics as the works of Laotzu and Sun Tzu.

    My classmates came from various parts of China, but I was the only overseas Chinese at the university.

    I lived in a university dormitory and ate at the student cafeteria with my classmates.

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    This photo was taken in 1948, when I was studying Chinese philosophy at the National Central University in Nanjing. (Photo provided by company)

    In 1947 and 1948, China suffered hyperinflation. The Kuomintang was locked in civil war with the Communist Party and kept heedlessly printing money to finance the war.

    As a result, the value of the currency nosedived, triggering runaway inflation. The prices of various things skyrocketed hundreds of thousands of times in a matter of months. Printed money became as worthless as wastepaper.

    In 1948, the Kuomintang government tried to tame the chaotic situation by issuing a new currency backed by gold and called the jin yuan quan, or gold yuan. But the new currency also became worthless in about half a year.

    People used rice as a substitute for money. My father sent me money from Indonesia, but it was useless as people were relying on barter to get by. Life became increasingly desperate.

    The civil war between the Kuomintang and the Communist Party continued raging across China. After winning a decisive victory against the Kuomintang’s forces in the Huaihai Campaign, fought in areas to the north of the Yangtze River, in early January 1949, the Communist Party’s People’s Liberation Army advanced toward Nanjing. The city started suffering acute shortages of food and other necessities. Public order in Nanjing deteriorated and theft became rampant.

    The National Central University canceled its classes, and most students and faculty members left Nanjing. Only a handful of students, including me, remained in the dormitory.

    With nothing to eat, I shivered in the cold of the Nanjing winter. In Xinjiekou, the city’s downtown district, refugees were freezing to death.

    As I had nobody to turn to, I went to the Dutch Embassy. Although I had supported Indonesia’s fight for independence from the Netherlands and left Malang, my hometown in Java, to escape the Dutch authorities, I had no choice now but to seek the country’s help.

    The Netherlands provided protection to people from Indonesia on humanitarian grounds. I told the embassy officials about my situation, and they arranged for me to board a ship bound for Hong Kong.

    I thought I would probably be better off going to Hong Kong than remaining in Nanjing, where there was little to eat. At least in Hong Kong, I assumed, I would be able to get some food.

    I left Nanjing before the People’s Liberation Army captured the city in April 1949.

    The first 20 years of my life were constantly overshadowed by war. I experienced four armed conflicts before I turned 20. The first was the conflict among warlords in Fujian Province, where my father was born. The second was the Japanese invasion of Indonesia. The third was Indonesia’s war of independence. The fourth was the civil war between the Kuomintang and the Communist Party, which affected my life in Nanjing.

    My experiences during these four wars convinced me that war can never be anything but a source of horror and sorrow. War not only causes death on the battlefield, it also creates hunger and poverty.

    Arriving in Hong Kong after my escape from the chaos in Nanjing, I fully realized the great value of peace.


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    My Personal History
    09 The letter that saved my life
    September 18, 2018 11:01 JST

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    Me and my future wife in our younger days (Photo provided by company)

    A reply from my sweetheart came just in time to prevent my boarding an ill-fated ship

    To escape the civil war between the Kuomintang-led government and the Communist Party, I left Nanjing and came to Hong Kong, even though I did not know anybody there.

    I visited the local association of people who had come from Xinghua in Fujian Province (present-day Putian), my father’s home region, hoping that I might receive some help.

    As I expected, a member of the association took pity on me and arranged for me to stay at a shop run by a relative.

    I wanted to return to Indonesia, but unfortunately I had no identification documents. I submitted an application to the Indonesian consulate in Hong Kong for permission to return home, but my request was rejected.

    Then I heard rumors that Imam Soekarto, who had led guerrillas fighting the Dutch forces in Indonesia’s war of independence, had become the Indonesian ambassador to Burma (now Myanmar).

    In Indonesia, I had supported Soekarto’s fight by bringing medical supplies to his troops.

    The armed conflict between the Netherlands and Indonesia continued while I was in Nanjing. Finally, however, the Netherlands acknowledged Indonesia as an independent and sovereign nation in the Hague Agreement at the end of 1949.

    I wrote a letter to Soekarto, asking him to prove that I was an Indonesian national. I had no choice but to wait for his reply in Hong Kong.

    I spent my time in Hong Kong visiting bookstores and libraries to study Karl Marx’s “Das Kapital.”

    I found that these shops and libraries also had large collections of books criticizing communism, so I read many of those, too.

    Because the authors critical of communism were well-versed in communist ideology, reading their works helped me better understand Marx’s theory. I did not have the slightest desire to become an entrepreneur.

    Through my study of communism, I made many friends. We talked about traveling to Yan’an, a city in Shaanxi Province famous as the wartime stronghold of the Communist Party until 1947, and eventually agreed to go.

    But I was concerned about my relationship with Li Limei (Suryawati Lidya), my sweetheart, who was four years younger than me.

    I first met Li Limei in Surabaya while I was involved in supporting the Indonesian guerrilla army. Later, she also went to China and studied at a junior high school in Nanjing. As the situation in Nanjing became dangerous, however, her family called her back to Indonesia.

    If I returned to China to join the revolution, I would probably never see her again. Almost every night, my heart ached for her and I longed for her even in my dreams.

    I didn’t want to part from her, but I would have to if I wanted to pursue my ideals.

    Day after day, I was tormented by this painful dilemma. My friends became worried by my haggard face.

    I wrote a letter to Limei from Hong Kong and waited for her reply. I checked the mailbox every day, in vain.

    Just as my anguish was becoming unbearable, I received a letter from her. It arrived the day before I was to aboard a ship for Tianjin with my friends.

    “I have been waiting every day for your letter and for your return home,” she wrote. It had simply taken a long time for her reply to reach me.

    My heart was torn in two. I couldn’t get a wink of sleep and spent the whole night crying.

    The following day I told my friends that I wanted some time to think over what I should do and urged them to board the ship ahead of me.

    Just then a typhoon was approaching Hong Kong, whipping up the wind and waves. Because I arrived late I was unable to board the ship. My friends were waiting on board, but the wind only grew stronger.

    Chemicals had been loaded onto the ship, and as the vessel rolled, it created friction that sparked a fire. The flames engulfed the ship, and everyone on board was killed.

    I learned of the tragedy next morning from the newspaper. My girlfriend’s letter had saved my life.


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    My Personal History
    10 Travel opened my eyes to Indonesia’s great diversity
    September 19, 2018 11:01 JST

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    This building in Jember housed the shop run by the family of my future wife. (Photo provided by company)

    Meeting shop owners and seeing how business worked cooled my ardor for communism

    In 1950, I returned from Hong Kong to Malang, my home village on the Indonesian island of Java.

    Imam Soekarto, the guerrilla leader I had become acquainted with during Indonesia’s war of independence, vouched for my identity, and I received permission to return home. My father was waiting for me alone in Malang.

    Indonesia had been recognized by the Dutch as an independent state at the end of 1949, and now it was embarking on efforts to turn itself into a modern nation.

    I pondered what I should do. My studies had been cut short by the civil war in China between the Kuomintang-led government and the Communist Party, though I did not take part in the country’s communist revolution.

    After returning home, I set out on a long journey to see every corner of Indonesia.

    I boarded a train in Banyuwangi in East Java Province and started traveling around the country, going anywhere my fancy took me. Wherever I went, I visited bicycle shops.

    In those days, ethnic Chinese in Indonesia sold different kinds of products depending on where in China they had come from. People from my father’s home village of Xinghua in Fujian Province (present-day Putian) earned a living selling bicycles and bicycle parts.

    In bicycle shops across the nation, whenever I spoke the Xinghua dialect, the owners would extend their warmest hospitality to me. They put great value on connections with people from the same place as themselves.

    At that time, there were few hotels in the country, and many of the bicycle shop owners I met allowed me to stay at their shops for free. In half a year, I had traveled to almost every corner of Java.

    During my travels, as I saw firsthand how business operated in the real world, I gradually lost my ardent faith in communism.

    I became increasingly sympathetic to the economic theory that Adam Smith described in “The Wealth of Nations,” which I had read simultaneously with Marx’s “Das Kapital.”

    I felt Smith’s argument that the prices of goods are determined by the balance between supply and demand in the market was quite convincing.

    My travels made one thing very clear to me: Indonesia is a country of great diversity.

    Countless ethnic groups inhabit the country’s many islands, each with its own language. This is the reason Indonesians are comfortable embracing people from all over the world.

    Another thing these travels taught me was that when it came to the distribution of goods, all roads led to Jakarta. Products made across Indonesia were brought to the capital, where they were sold to customers.

    There was also a wealth of imported goods available in the city. I became convinced that I had to go to Jakarta if I was to run a big business.

    I was 22 and my father wanted me to get married and start a family as soon as possible.

    My father saw a prospective bride for me in a girl named Chen who lived in Malang. He tried to arrange my marriage with her, but I told him I had no intention of marrying her.

    My heart was set on Limei (Suryawati Lidya), whose letter to me while I was in Hong Kong had made me think twice about my plans to travel to Yan’an. Her letter saved my life — a fire broke out on the ship that I was supposed to embark on, killing everyone on board.

    But my father strongly opposed me marrying Limei, because both Limei and myself had the same family name. According to an old Chinese custom, it was taboo for two people with the same family name to marry each other. Since I did not want to upset my father, I decided to avoid talking about marriage in front of him for a while.

    Limei’s mother also opposed the idea of us marrying. She had heard how I ran around trying to support Indonesia’s war of independence and was sure that I could not be a “decent person.” She assumed that I was vulgar and rough-mannered, so I had my work cut out for me trying to persuade her to allow me to marry her daughter.

    I mustered up the courage to go to Jember in East Java, where Limei and her mother lived, to do what I had to do.


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    My Personal History
    11 How business talks led to marriage
    September 20, 2018 11:01 JST

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    I won over my future mother-in-law with sound advice for her shop

    The first time I visited the home of my girlfriend, Li Limei (Suryawati Lidya), it was to win her mother’s permission to marry. Her home was in Jember, a town near the eastern tip of Java, further east from Malang, where I lived.

    Her family ran a general shop located in the busiest part of Jember’s main shopping district. It used to be a Japanese-run store, but her family acquired it after Japan’s defeat in World War II.

    Limei’s father had already passed away, so her mother and older brother ran the shop. It was a fairly large space for a shop in those days, measuring 14 meters wide and 50 meters deep. The family only used the front 7 meters or so for their business, however, leaving the back part empty.

    After a brief look inside the store, I decided against talking about marriage immediately and instead pointed out the wasted floor space.

    Her mother retorted, saying, “What does that have to do with you?” I ignored her and said, as if talking to myself, “It’s too bad. Such a waste of store space, it’s a great loss.”

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    A family photo: I am second from left in the back row, and my father is in the center in the front row. (Photo provided by company)

    Her mother, apparently intrigued, asked me what she should do. I readily seized the opportunity and offered my advice. I suggested that she display fabrics and cloth on the right-hand side of the shop, sarongs on the left, and in the middle cosmetics and women’s shoes. To make a visual impact, I suggested arranging these products by color.

    As I explained my ideas to Limei’s mother, her wariness of me gradually faded and she asked me where she could find the money to purchase such goods. I replied with confidence, saying that since the store location was so good, that there must be many wholesalers who would want to sell their goods there. I suggested that she make arrangements with these wholesalers in which she paid them for their products only after they had been sold. Sale on consignment was also an option, I said.

    Impressed by my advice for her store, she invited me to her home and cooked dinner for me. We talked about her business until late into the night, and I ended up staying over at their house.

    The next morning, as I was about to leave, I asked Limei’s mother to give her blessing for our marriage. She approved on the condition that I help her with the shop in Jember for three years. After thinking about it for a moment, I agreed. I had won over my girlfriend’s mother by talking business with her.

    My father also opposed my marriage with Limei, and I kept him in the dark about our plan for a while. When I finally told him about my intention to marry her several months later, he gave his permission, saying, “Do as you please.”

    But I did not tell him about my agreement with Limei’s mother. I successfully pleaded with my relatives to open an ice candy shop in Jember and went to live there under the pretext of working at their shop.

    I worked with Limei, her older brother and mother to expand the family’s business. Three years passed, and all went well. But I had no intention of spending the rest of my life in Jember.

    While traveling around Indonesia, I had decided that one day I would go to Jakarta to seek my success in business.

    My father was worried about my plan, asking what I could do in a city where I had neither money nor connections.

    I wanted to leave the small town where I lived and try my hand at doing business in a major city. My granduncle (my grandfather’s cousin) in Surabaya supported my plan and offered to help me. “A bonsai tree can never become large,” he said. “A tree needs open space to grow and thrive.”

    In 1954, I went to Jakarta with little more than the shirt on my back. I was 25.


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    My Personal History
    12 How I learned the ropes of trade in a port town
    September 21, 2018 11:01 JST

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    Jakarta has historically been a bustling trade hub with a large ethnic Chinese business community. (Photo courtesy of the National Archives of Indonesia)

    Importing electronics led to me operating a successful shipping company

    I went to Jakarta to start my own business, but I trod carefully at first.

    In those days, many ethnic Chinese who had come to Indonesia from my father’s home region of Xinghua, in China’s Fujian Province, were in the business of selling bicycles or related products. Deciding to start selling bicycle parts, I began studying the local network of parts suppliers.

    I soon heard that Medan, a city on the island of Sumatra, was the distribution hub for bicycle parts. When I visited Medan, however, I found that the hub was actually Langsa in Aceh, located further northwest and across the Strait of Malacca from Malaysia.

    I traveled on to the port of Langsa and was surprised to discover that it was a small town with only two streets.

    All of the inns, however, were packed with merchants, and there were piles of containers stacked up at the small port. Various goods were imported from Singapore into Langsa and then shipped on to be sold in Jakarta.

    During the era of the Dutch colonial rule, development of what is now Indonesia focused mainly on natural resources and agricultural products. As a result, development of the colony’s metal and machinery industries lagged. This meant that bicycle parts had to be imported from other countries via Singapore.

    I wondered why such a rural town was used as the transit point for imports. As I did more research, I found that it was due to Langsa’s unique customs duty system, which was different from the system in the rest of Indonesia.

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    Generally, customs duties are levied according to the value of the imported goods. In Langsa, however, they were based on the volume of the container in which the imports were carried — the content of those containers was not checked.

    The Republic of Indonesia was officially born in 1950, but four years later there were still areas of the new country that the central government had yet to control.

    An idea struck me. For some products, tariffs were lower if they were imported through Langsa than at other ports. If I imported electronic devices, which were relatively small but expensive, via Langsa and sold them in Indonesia, I could make a bigger profit than if I imported cheaper but larger bicycle parts.

    I went to Singapore and visited my father’s cousin, Huang Yaxin, who had a large and successful bicycle wholesale business in the city and also served as vice chairman of Far East Bank.

    Huang agreed to act as a guarantor so that I could purchase radios, electronic parts and the like in Singapore on credit.

    The problem was that I didn’t have a license to engage in international trade. The government of the newly independent Indonesia adopted a policy of preferential treatment for indigenous people, and it refused to grant Chinese in Indonesia licenses to import goods into the country.

    To get around this problem, I asked an indigenous friend to serve as an import agent for my business. With the help of this friend, I could import the products I had bought in Singapore via Langsa and then sell them in Jakarta. I made a killing.

    I imported products in this way only twice, however. I didn’t think the simplified customs duty system at Langsa would remain unchanged for long, and I was worried I would get into trouble if the government changed the system.

    Through my experience in trade, I acquired an interest in shipping. I bought a wooden boat and started my own shipping business. But I couldn’t find any customers for my new business.

    Not knowing what to do, I turned to my old primary school teacher, Yang Xiulian. Her husband, who had many friends in the business community, introduced me to Xu Naichang, a Chinese businessman. Chinese, as I have mentioned, place great value on personal connections.

    Xu operated thriving rubber and coconut ventures in Tembilahan, in central Sumatra. He helped me get acquainted with local merchants who became my customers.

    My shipping business proved enormously successful. At its height, the company operated a fleet of 17 ships.


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    My Personal History
    13 Sukarno’s economic policy left me on the brink of ruin
    September 22, 2018 11:01 JST

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    Indonesia’s first president, Sukarno, right (Photo courtesy of the National Archives of Indonesia)

    I lost my father and nearly went bankrupt, but my wife’s support saw me through

    My trading and shipping businesses achieved a measure of success.

    In the autumn of 1958, however, my father started to look unwell. His appetite faded and he began to lose weight.

    I had him examined at several hospitals, and his condition was diagnosed as gastritis. But even though I took him to Singapore for medical treatment, his condition failed to improve.

    Finally, when he was X-rayed at a hospital in Surabaya, it was found that he had cancer of the esophagus.

    At that time, there were no hospitals in Indonesia that could provide adequate treatment for cancer, and my father was forced to live in pain. He sought treatment from doctors of traditional Chinese herbal medicine who had come from China and even from an Indonesian shaman in Malang, but nothing worked.

    The pain made my father irritable, but when I finally told him the truth about his condition, he suddenly became calm and quiet. He stopped eating and taking medicine the next morning. Two days later, on Aug. 22, 1959, he breathed his last.

    I was away from my trading business for the two months leading up to my father’s death. During that period, a serious situation had developed.

    Indonesia’s first president, Sukarno, adopted an economic policy focused on growth driven by state-run enterprises. But his economic program, combined with an inefficient administrative system, caused the fiscal deficit to balloon, resulting in a period of rapid inflation that began in the late 1950s.

    On Aug. 25, three days after my father’s death, the Sukarno administration announced a sharp devaluation of the country’s currency. Under sanering, or “currency remediation,” as the policy was called, 1,000-rupiah bank notes were now worth 100 rupiah, and 500-rupiah bills worth 50. The government also capped the amount of money that people could withdraw from their bank accounts.

    Prices of goods, however, remained unchanged. This meant that those with money suffered losses. The program was aimed at curbing inflation by weakening the purchasing power of the rich.

    As the value of my cash reserves fell, it became impossible for me to keep up with my debt payments.

    For the first time in my life, I was on the brink of bankruptcy. Instead of cash I offered to give my three creditors my house and inventory, but they declined.

    Well aware of my situation, the three creditors granted me a moratorium on my payments.

    Because the rupiah’s effective exchange rate against the U.S. dollar also fell sharply, it would have been impossible for me to even cover the cost of the goods I had imported if I sold them in rupiah.

    But I didn’t panic. I decided against trying to sell the items right away, hoping that prices would eventually start rising. Half a year later, as I expected, prices were higher than the import cost and I could again sell my goods at a profit.

    I was honest with my wife, Li Limei, about the dire situation of my business and asked her to try to save money.

    We had four young children, and my wife not only consoled and encouraged me, she also secretly began to sew children’s clothing. She had no sewing skills to speak of and had to learn the art from scratch.

    Her plan was actually to sell the clothes to help us make ends meet. Fortunately, her items proved very popular and sold well. She then bought a sewing machine and hired workers to increase the output.

    Our house started to look like a sewing factory. She eventually started contracting out some of the work to homemakers in the neighborhood. Her support allowed me to concentrate on my own businesses.

    I was able to pay off my remaining debt earlier than expected. My three creditors said I didn’t have to pay the interest that had accrued during the grace period they gave me, but I did anyway.

    That was because of the advice my father gave me immediately before he died. He told me not to cause any trouble to others and not to take anyone else’s profits. I faithfully followed that advice.


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    My Personal History
    14 Achieving my childhood dream of becoming a banker
    September 23, 2018 11:01 JST

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    My first foray into banking proved a valuable learning experience

    When I was in elementary school, there was a magnificent Western-style building in Malang, my home village in Java. The building turned out to be a bank.

    The people inside were all well-dressed and always busy at work, but the place didn’t seem to sell anything. Mystified, I one day asked the principal of my school, Luo Yitian, what kind of business it was.

    He told me that it was a bank opened by the Dutch and explained the banking business to me. Banks accept deposits from people, paying them interest on their savings, and use that money to make loans to merchants at higher rates of interest. Banks make profits by acting as financial intermediaries, he said. His explanation made me feel that I sort of understood banking. I thought what a good business it was: earning profits simply by moving money from some people to others.

    As a child, I developed a dream of opening a bank when I grew up. Every time I passed by that splendid building, I looked inside and imagined myself working as a banker.

    As I grew a little older, I started to learn more about banks from what I read in newspapers and books.

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    The first bank I acquired later became Panin Bank through a merger. (Photo provided by company)

    When I was engaged in the trading business in Jakarta, a person named Chen Defa lived next door. He first ran a small bicycle shop and then opened a bank on the site of his shop. Chen’s bank grew into a big business in three years.

    Chen became a banker even though he was not highly educated. If he could run a bank, I thought, surely I could, too. Chen’s success only fueled my desire to become a banker.

    I told my father about this dream. He was skeptical and asked me how I could start a bank without capital.

    Though he tried to discourage me, I refused to budge. I tried to convince him by explaining how banks act as financial intermediaries that move funds from those with excess capital to those who need it. The business of banks, I said to him, was to buy and sell credit, not money. “If you have credit, you can become a banker without a lot of capital.”

    In 1959, a friend of mine named Wu Wenrong gave me welcome news. He told me that Bank Kemakmuran had fallen into financial trouble and was looking to build up its capital. I went to the bank to negotiate a purchase of its shares. I agreed with the owner to pay $200,000 for a 66% stake in the bank. The problem was I didn’t have the money.

    I persuaded the father of Wu Wenrong and four other Chinese to join me and buy the stake together. After our acquisition of the bank, I became its chairman and general manager.

    Thus my dream came true. On my first day as the bank’s chief executive, employees brought the bank’s financial statements to me. I perused the documents, trying to figure out what the numbers meant. But it was beyond my comprehension. Finally I just signed the statements, pretending that I understood them.

    A banker has to be able to understand financial statements, so I asked a head accountant at a foreign bank to teach me accounting. Initially I didn’t even understand why accounting entries had to be divided into two categories — debits and credits.

    I found that learning about accounting and finance through day-to-day operations at the bank was more efficient than learning from books. I watched how money actually moved through the bank and how those movements were recorded in the books. After half a year, I could make sense of financial statements.

    I also applied myself to increasing the amount of deposits at the bank. First I asked friends and relatives of the bank’s senior executives to deposit money. Then I approached friends and relatives of our new customers and asked them to open accounts.

    Just 16 months after I took over, the bank that had been on the verge of failing was back in good financial health.

    Unfortunately, ethical standards among the bank’s senior executives were not very high. Many of them feathered their own nests by using money deposited at the bank to make loans in their own name, taking the interest as profit. I left Bank Kemakmuran.


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    My Personal History
    15 To build trust, find a trustworthy partner
    September 24, 2018 11:01 JST

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    A photo of me standing at a meeting of Bank Buana (Provided by the company)

    The next stage of my banking career came at a turbulent time for Indonesia

    I made a fairly successful foray into the banking business. But at the bank that I first managed, unethical behavior was rife. I needed more reliable banking partners.

    There was a horse trekking business in Batu, a town in Malang, where I was born. When tourists went for a horseback ride, the owner of the horses would follow after them on foot. If the horses went too fast, the owner soon became exhausted and was unable to keep up with them.

    To chase a horse, you need to ride a horse. The owner’s situation gave me some insight into business management. To gain people’s trust, you should first seek the help of someone who already has it. In other words, you cannot win more trust unless you ride a trustworthy horse.

    I turned to my old primary school teacher, Yang Xiulian, for help. She was the chairperson of the Jakarta Overseas Chinese Women’s Association and her husband, Wang Dayue, was secretary of the Indonesian Overseas Chinese General Association. Through the introduction of Wang, I became acquainted with a Chinese businessman named Huang Yuanchang. Huang was the head of the organization representing the country’s textile industry and had an astounding amount of influence.

    Huang loved to play tennis and had a tennis court at his home. After I was introduced to Huang, I went to his home every morning and played tennis with him. I tried to convince him of the need for a reliable bank for Chinese doing business in the country. I also met many other influential Chinese businesspeople and tried to convince them to support my project.

    The owners of top-class businesses in such industries as coffee, pepper, rubber, cloth and glass backed my plan to establish a bank.

    I partnered with influential Chinese businessmen to buy Bank Buana. The bank — which was founded by a fellow student from my junior high school in Malang — was losing money and struggling to stay afloat. I used Bank Buana as a foothold to make a full-scale entry into the banking business in 1963.

    At that time, Indonesia was in a state of political and economic turmoil. Sukarno, a nationalist, adopted policies that antagonized foreign businesses, such as nationalizing the assets of Dutch companies. This caused production to falter. The Sukarno administration tried to tame runaway inflation by devaluing the currency, but the scheme backfired, causing the annual inflation rate to soar over 100%.

    In addition to antagonizing the Netherlands, Indonesia under Sukarno also became embroiled in a conflict with the U.K. and Malaysia over ownership of the island of Borneo, or Kalimantan. Sukarno moved toward closer ties with the Chinese Communist Party, straining his country’s relations with the U.S. as well. At the end of 1965 the administration again devalued the currency, this time at a rate of 1,000 old rupiah to 1 new rupiah. But this measure, too, did nothing but worsen the economic turmoil.

    Amid this political and economic upheaval, an attempted coup took place on Sept. 30, 1965, when a leftist group within the Indonesian military assassinated several army generals. The group was crushed by the rightist faction led by Suharto, a major general at the time. This faction then took over the military.

    The incident damaged the clout of Sukarno, a leftist, paving the way for Suharto’s rise to power in March 1966.

    At the time of the power shift from Sukarno to Suharto, I was taking an evening course in economics at University of Indonesia while managing the bank. Through my studies, I became friends with economics professors who had returned home after studying in the U.S. While they were well-versed in economic theories, I knew how business actually worked. As a result, we had lively and intriguing discussions. Many of the professors I came to know during this period later joined the Suharto administration.

    These professors predicted that Indonesia would shift from its socialist economic system to a market economy. They also said foreign businesses would come back and hyperinflation would come to an end.

    Inflation made it easy for borrowers to pay off their debts, so banks in the country were willing to extend high-interest loans without collateral. But the era of high inflation was coming to a close.

    Realizing that I had to prepare for a new era of low inflation, I started to take action.


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    My Personal History
    16 A fateful meeting with a powerful tycoon
    September 25, 2018 11:01 JST

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    I partnered with Sudono Salim, front row, center, to create what I thought would be the ideal bank. (Photo provided by company)

    After weathering the banking crisis, I convinced Sudono Salim to join me

    In the mid-1960s, political power in Indonesia was shifting from Sukarno to Suharto. It was expected that the country’s sky-high inflation would start to come down, making it harder for businesses and merchants to raise prices. That, in turn, would likely increase the number of borrowers unable to repay their loans, leaving banks with massive amounts of bad debt.

    Until then, banks in Indonesia had extended loans without demanding collateral. It was now clear that this had to change.

    Bank Buana, which I managed, offered to cut interest rates on loans by half in exchange for collateral to secure them. Many customers welcomed the proposal, and the bank switched to a low-interest, secured loan policy. The upshot was an increase in the amount of loans the bank extended.

    In 1966, many banks went under, but Bank Buana managed to weather the crisis.

    Bank Kemakmuran, the first bank I headed, was on the brink of bankruptcy because of lax credit assessments by Wu Wenrong, a friend of mine who was involved in the bank’s management. I came to the bank’s rescue when they asked for help. At the same time, I also agreed to help bail out Bank Industri Dagang Indonesia, which was managed by an ethnic Chinese businessman from Xinghua (present-day Putian), in China’s Fujian Province.

    When my mother-in-law heard that I had set about rescuing these banks, she asked me if I had any opportunities for her relatives. I agreed to invite the son of my wife’s elder sister to join me in the management of a new bank I was opening in Surabaya. I ended up in control of four banks.

    As the financial crisis began to abate, the government set about developing measures to prevent a recurrence. One such measure was to promote the consolidation of small and midsize banks.

    I proposed to their shareholders a merger of the four banks I managed, but Bank Buana’s shareholders were against it. I left Bank Buana’s management team and in 1971 merged the three other banks into a new entity named Pan Indonesia Bank, also known as Panin Bank.

    I took control of the management of Panin Bank, which became a foreign exchange bank. But I soon discovered misconduct among the senior executives. Some of them would use money from deposits at the bank to make loans to businesses for their own profit. When the borrowers failed to repay their debts, the executives put the bad debts on the bank’s books. My relatives were also involved in these activities.

    I handled the issue without making it public, but it made me ponder some basic questions about managing a bank.

    What is my purpose in running banks? Do I only want to make them bigger? Should I care if our borrowers engage in unscrupulous activities? Shouldn’t banks try to create wealth and jobs through their commercial lending? I decided I should become a good banker rather than just a successful one. In May 1975, I quit Panin Bank.

    After purging all the Sukarno-era leftists from power, Suharto officially became president in 1968. Salim Group expanded its business empire on the back of the rapid economic growth of the Suharto era. This conglomerate was founded by Sudono Salim, also known by his Chinese name of Liem Sioe Liong.

    Sudono was born in Fuqing in China’s Fujian Province and immigrated to Indonesia. During Indonesia’s war of independence, he supported pro-independence forces and came into contact with Suharto.

    His conglomerate was involved in such businesses as soap making, spinning and cement production. Under the Suharto administration, the group acquired the exclusive right to import cloves (used to flavor a type of cigarette in Indonesia) and wheat. Its position as clove supplier gave the group control over the Indonesian tobacco industry.

    I felt that my partner in banking should be someone with influence over the tobacco industry, which was one of the largest business sectors in Indonesia at the time.

    In 1975, I happened to sit next to Sudono on a plane to Hong Kong. I seized the opportunity to tell him about my ideal bank. Then and there, Sudono decided to partner with me.


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    My Personal History
    17 Bringing efficiency to Salim’s bank
    September 26, 2018 11:01 JST

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    The author speaking at a ceremony of Bank Central Asia in 1979. (Photo provided by company)

    Given a free hand, I reformed everything from workflow to accounting practices

    Under the government of Suharto, the sphere of activities for private companies expanded. I forged a business partnership with the fast-growing Salim Group in banking. The founder of the conglomerate, Sudono Salim (Liem Sioe Liong), was not highly educated, but he was remarkably intelligent.

    Whenever he became involved in a new business, Sudono would find the best person to manage it and leave everything to that person.

    I wanted to create a clearing bank, that is, a bank involved in the system of finalizing or “clearing” financial transactions. Sudono supported my plan and entrusted me with the management of one of his group’s banks, Bank Central Asia. Sudono never intervened in the bank’s business operations.

    In June 1975, I walked into BCA’s office and started studying its workflow. The tasks for each unit were described in great detail in massive documents. I turned these stacks of papers into simple diagrams that depicted the relevant workflow as a sequence of numbered tasks. Each of these tasks was described in a corresponding document. The system was designed so that even new recruits could understand and perform their tasks immediately.

    Next, I set out to have documents concerning past business transactions sorted and organized. I found that the bank’s document archives was a mess. It was clear that nobody had checked the reams of documents in the office for years. For a bank, records of its past transactions should be a valuable source of future profit. I had the records of the bank’s operations from 1960 to 1974 organized by month.

    I also revamped the bank’s accounting system. I changed the system so that its financial statements showed not only the bank’s total profit but also how much profit each transaction generated. With this system, when management trouble arose, solutions could be found by analyzing the information in these statements.

    I employed leaders in local business communities and their relatives as senior executives at the bank’s local branches, and I trained them for their jobs myself. To help in my recruitment efforts, I ordered lists to be made of local business owners in the country’s six major industries in those days — tobacco, textiles, construction materials, food, automobiles and bicycles. These lists included personal information such as facts about their families, hobbies, assets and character.

    It took 20 months to complete these reforms. Starting in 1978, we focused our efficiency-boosting efforts on computerization. It was a complicated task requiring both manpower and time, but I pushed ahead with the project without a moment’s hesitation.

    In the Taoist classic “Tao Te Ching,” the ancient Chinese philosopher Laotzu says, “All difficult things arise from that which was easy, and all great things from that which was small.” Laotzu also says, “A journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step.”

    The success of a business depends on how solid its foundation is.

    Until 1985 Indonesia’s telecommunication infrastructure was extremely poor and transferring money between banks could take as long as 40 days. Against this backdrop, BCA introduced a next-day remittance service. Since there was no well-developed telecommunication infrastructure, we decided to use trains and other public transportation to carry remittance documents between branches. This service helped convince many new customers to open accounts at BCA.

    Many large companies, however, were still unwilling to do business with us. We sought to establish a relationship with Gudang Garam, which was then Indonesia’s largest cigarette maker, but to no avail. Even Sudono was unable to win over the company despite his huge clout in the tobacco industry.

    I opened a branch near the company’s head office and assigned a very sociable executive to work there. This executive soon started playing badminton and tennis with Gudang Garam’s financial and sales managers. After a year or so, BCA started doing business with the tobacco company through the two executives.

    Another tough nut to crack was Unilever’s Indonesian unit. I again assigned an employee to develop personal ties with Unilever’s executive in hopes of winning over the company, but the strategy did not work this time.

    Changing tack, I ordered that reports on BCA’s favorable exchange rates and next-day remittance service be sent to the company by telex every day. After a year or so, Unilever contacted us.


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    My Personal History
    18 The bumpy road to entering the US market
    September 27, 2018 11:01 JST

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    Me, left, dining with Jackson Stephens, the CEO of an investment bank in Arkansas, center, and future U.S. President Bill Clinton (Photo provided by company)

    My first attempt to buy an American bank ran into an unexpected setback

    For years, Indonesia suffered from a shortage of foreign currency. In the 1950s, when I was engaged in trade, it was difficult for Indonesian banks to even issue letters of credit. This situation forced Indonesian trading companies to rely on financial institutions in Singapore or Hong Kong for financing. The situation remained mostly unchanged in the 1970s.

    In 1975, I took over the management of Bank Central Asia, the banking unit of Salim Group. I had aspirations to grow the bank into an international financial institution capable of settling foreign exchange transactions. I set up a finance company in Hong Kong for BCA’s financing operations, but it was only a small business. I started to think about acquiring a creditworthy U.S. bank.

    In those days, ethnic Chinese business owners in Southeast Asia frequently made business trips to Taiwan, as well as Singapore and Hong Kong. I would visit Taiwan at least several times a year.

    In 1976, I was invited to attend a dinner party thrown by Yu Kuo-hwa, the governor of Taiwan’s central bank at the time. The guest of honor was Robert Anderson, a former U.S. Treasury secretary.

    I took advantage of the opportunity to get acquainted with Anderson and told him about my desire to buy an American bank. The following year, I received a phone call from him. He informed me that a major shareholder was looking to sell a large stake of a bank in Georgia called National Bank of Georgia. Anderson also told me that a man named Jackson Stephens, who managed an investment bank in Arkansas, was the broker for the shareholder.

    I immediately flew to the U.S. and struck a deal to purchase the shares from the investor. Before I signed the agreement, however, the deal was leaked to a newspaper. The shareholder seeking to sell shares was Bert Lance, a big-time supporter of President Jimmy Carter who had become the administration’s budget director.

    Lance had promised to divest his stake in the bank in order to avoid a conflict of interest in his new government position, but he had been unable to do so due to a stock market tumble. The newspaper article reported on the deal as if it were an attempt to help the Democratic Party out of the bind.

    Alarmed by the possibility of the Indonesian government becoming embroiled in political trouble in the U.S., the finance minister asked me — through Sudono Salim, the chief of Salim Group — to abandon my planned purchase.

    Although I failed to buy a stake in the bank, I acquired a close friendship with Stephens, the broker, which would serve me well in the future.

    In 1980, Stephens helped me acquire a stake in Union Planters National Bank of Memphis in Tennessee. Through a secret deal I bought a 4.9% stake in the bank.

    I invited the bank’s senior executives to visit Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore and Indonesia. After seeing firsthand how rapidly the economies of these countries were growing, they decided to expand the bank’s operations into Asia.

    The U.S. bank and the BCA group jointly set up a finance company in Hong Kong, with both sides providing half of the capital. The partnership enabled our banking unit to provide financing on a far larger scale, making it much easier for our Indonesian corporate customers to raise funds in foreign currencies.

    At this point, BCA was ready to start doing business in the U.S. But we couldn’t expect ethnic Chinese doing business in the U.S. to become our customers because they already had accounts at U.S. banks. Chinese who had immigrated more recently from Hong Kong to the U.S. likewise already had accounts at Citibank and HSBC.

    Sudono objected to my plan to expand BCA’s business into the U.S., but I tried to convince him that my idea was workable. I pointed out that in addition to a dozen or so major banks, there were also more than 10,000 small and midsize banks operating in the U.S. There must be ways, I argued, for small banks to operate profitably in the country.

    I decided our banking business in the U.S. should mainly target the huge number of Vietnamese Chinese who had fled to America after Vietnam became a communist country. Many of them ran small retail shops, and I thought our bank could help them open shops and buy goods.

    In 1985, BCA opened a branch in New York.


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    My Personal History
    19 My debt of gratitude toward Li Ka-shing
    September 28, 2018 11:01 JST

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    The generosity of Hong Kong’s richest man opened up countless opportunities for me

    Li Ka-shing is the richest man in Hong Kong. Li immigrated from his hometown of Chaozhou, in China’s Guangdong Province, to Hong Kong and made his fortune in real estate and infrastructure. I first met him through a friend around 1971. We developed a close friendship and would dine together whenever I traveled to Hong Kong.

    Probably sometime in the first half of the 1990s, while we were eating lunch at Li’s office in Hong Kong, I asked him if he knew any good property to invest in. He suggested that I buy a building on Nathan Road, the main thoroughfare in Kowloon. It was operating as a hotel and owned jointly by Li and a foreign construction company.

    Li said that investing in the property was sure to bring a profit because the location was good. The price was about 900 million Hong Kong dollars (about $115 million at current rates). The top executive of the construction company also agreed to sell the building to me. When we were about to sign the deal, however, the construction company said it wanted to cancel the sale.

    A would-be purchaser from China had apparently offered to buy the building for HK$80 million more than I had offered to pay. Li told the construction company chief that he shouldn’t break his promise even though the contract had not been signed yet, arguing that trust was vital in business. He even offered to pay the difference in price himself to try to convince the company head to honor our agreement.

    Thanks to Li’s mediation, I was able to buy the building for the originally agreed price of HK$900 million. Several months later, an ethnic Chinese businessman from Thailand expressed a strong desire to buy the building. I sold it to him for about HK$2.1 billion.

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    I bought this unique building in Hong Kong and renamed it Lippo Center. (Photo provided by company)

    This was just one of many times Li helped me.

    In 1983, I purchased Seng Heng Bank in Macau jointly with Jackson Stephens, who managed an investment bank in the U.S., and Sudono Salim.

    Seng Heng Bank was owned by Hong Kong businessmen and a Macau banker. After buying the bank, we discovered that the owners had sold it to us without disclosing the fact that it had a lot of undersecured and nonperforming loans.

    The sellers feigned ignorance. The executive Stephens had dispatched to Hong Kong to handle the deal was furious and ready to file a lawsuit. But I advised against taking legal action, pointing out that Macau’s judicial institutions would not necessarily make a fair and impartial decision.

    I discovered that the Macau banker had close ties with China and thought he might be susceptible to influence from that country.

    I asked the top official at Bank of China’s Hong Kong office to help us deal with the problem. As I expected, the sellers agreed to negotiate the matter and offered real estate as compensation for the undersecured and bad loans.

    I later sold the real estate when the market was good and made a profit. It was again Li who helped me out of trouble — he was the one who introduced me to people at Bank of China.

    Another unforgettable property deal I was able to make because of Li’s generosity involved a unique building in Admiralty, a business district in Hong Kong.

    At the end of the 1980s, the high-rise, then called Bond Center, was owned by Japanese property developer EIE International, which later had to sell the building when it fell into financial trouble.

    As I inquired about buying the building, I learned that someone else had already expressed an interest in purchasing the property. That person turned out to be Li.

    I called him and told him that I badly needed an office in Hong Kong. When I asked him whether he could help me with the matter, Li readily agreed to let me buy Bond Center. I bought it and renamed it Lippo Center. To this day it still soars into the sky on the island of Hong Kong.


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    My Personal History
    20 Expanding into China at the dawn of economic reform
    September 29, 2018 11:00 JST

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    I built close personal ties with Xi Jinping, left, who served as a political leader in Fujian Province before becoming China’s president. (Photo provided by company)

    After more than 50 years, I was finally able to return and help my father’s village

    In 1986, I set foot in mainland China for the first time since I left Nanjing 37 years earlier to escape the civil war between the Kuomintang-led government and the Communist Party.

    Indonesian President Suharto sent a group of Indonesian business leaders to China on a diplomatic mission in hopes of improving and eventually normalizing bilateral ties. I traveled to Beijing as a member of the mission, acting in the capacity of managing director of Bank Central Asia.

    In Indonesia, Suharto purged leftists from his government after assuming power and severed the country’s diplomatic ties with China in 1967. China continued on a path of radical socialism until it began reforming its economy and opening up to the outside world, a process that began in earnest in the 1980s. The two countries decided to start mending their relations by promoting private-sector exchanges.

    As the representative of BCA, I signed a correspondent bank agreement with Bank of China in Beijing. Gen. Ye Fei entertained me in the capital. Ye was born to a Chinese family in the Philippines. He immigrated to China during his boyhood and made a name for himself as the leader of the Communist Party’s guerrilla unit.

    In 1986, Ye was vice chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress. Ye’s family hailed from Fujian Province and he invited me, a native of that province, to dinner.

    He asked for my views about China’s economic policy. I condensed all the information I had about the issue into several problems with the country’s economic policy: (1) nonmanual labor was undervalued; (2) wages were too low relative to the prices of goods; (3) the prices of goods were not determined by their value; (4) the official exchange rate of the yuan was too high; (5) China’s laws, which demanded conformity, were unable to meet natural human needs.

    As he listened to my words, Ye’s expression grew stern. In 1986, the Communist Party had yet to totally embrace market principles. I regretted my remarks, thinking I had said things I shouldn’t have.

    The next morning, a messenger came to my hotel and asked me to go and meet the general. I feared that I might be taken to the police.

    Instead, I was taken to Peking University, where the general and a scholar were waiting to greet me. Ye told me that he had been impressed by what I had told him on the previous day and asked me to speak to academics.

    Speaking to a group of scholars, I pointed out problems with the Chinese economy, quoting from the books written by Marx and Engels I had read in my younger days. After my lecture, I learned that the attendees were reformist advisers to Premier Zhao Ziyang.

    I then traveled to Putian in Fujian Province, my father’s hometown. It had been more than half a century since I unwillingly left Putian, where I lived with my beloved grandmother, in 1935.

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    In Fujian Province, I was welcomed by local political leaders including the province’s Communist Party secretary and the provincial governor. Expectations were high that I would invest in the province.

    I walked around my father’s village, where I had lived in my early childhood, and found the area even poorer than it used to be. It lacked sufficient electricity and running water.

    This reminded me of what my grandmother said to me when I was a young child. She said that the villagers had no skills to make them wealthy, and told me to go abroad so that I could acquire the means to return and help the village. “You must go away in order to come back, my child,” she said. I finally understood the true meaning of her words.

    Electricity is vital for economic development. I crafted a plan to build a power plant in Meizhou Bay, which is located close to Putian. As a banker, I had become acquainted with some senior officials at the Asian Development Bank, an international financial institution for development headquartered in Manila.

    I secured financing from the ADB and worked with companies from various countries to develop a $750 million project to build a power plant.

    During this period, I built close personal ties with Xi Jinping, who served as party leader in various parts of Fujian Province from the 1980s until 2002 before later becoming president of China.

    In 2000, the power plant began operating. That was the moment I finally fulfilled my grandmother’s wish.


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    My Personal History
    21 Lippo gets its start as an import agency
    September 30, 2018 11:01 JST

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    I grew Lippo Bank, seen here in the 1990s, alongside Bank Central Asia. (Photo provided by company)

    Favorable conditions in Hong Kong opened up investment opportunities

    Let me now talk about the genesis of Lippo Group.

    I hit upon the name Lippo around 1960. Written in Chinese, the word is composed of two characters — one, li, meaning “power” and the other, po, meaning “treasure.”

    For a while, I entertained the dream of expanding my business into the energy industry and coined the name Lippo to mean “the treasure of power” (in other words, “the source of money.”)

    Unfortunately, the Indonesian government refused to open the energy industry to the private sector and my dream never came true.

    Nevertheless, I used the name for a trading services company I established. That was sometime from the late 1960s to early 1970s, I believe.

    I was already managing a bank, but I faced a problem. Commercial banks in Indonesia at the time were unable to issue letters of credit for importers who were their customers.

    This was because commercial banks in the country were not authorized to provide foreign exchange services, including issuing letters of credit. As a result, Indonesian importers would ask trade agencies in Singapore to obtain letters of credit from Singaporean banks on their behalf.

    Seeing a business opportunity in this situation, I set up import agencies in Indonesia, Singapore and Hong Kong.

    I named this business Lippo. Using Lippo to obtain letters of credit issued by overseas banks, I was able to help my banking customers with their import operations.

    The bank I managed changed a number of times, from Bank Buana to Pan Indonesian Bank (Panin Bank) to others. But throughout all those years, I continued using Lippo to help my customers with their trade settlements.

    Gradually, Lippo in Hong Kong began to perform the functions of an investment company. A major benefit was that it was much cheaper to raise foreign currency funds in Hong Kong than in Indonesia.

    I teamed up with Jackson Stephens, who operated an investment bank in the U.S., to make various investments, including the acquisitions of Seng Heng Bank in Macau and Worthen Bank in Arkansas. All of these investments were made through Lippo in Hong Kong.

    Lippo also helped us strengthen our ties with China. When I bought Hongkong Chinese Bank in the mid-1980s through Lippo, I had China Resources Group, a state-run conglomerate, agree to hold half of the bank’s shares. When I decided to invest in a power plant project in Fujian Province, I arranged for Lippo to make the investment.

    In the mid-1980s, I put my third son, Stephen, in charge of the management of Lippo in Hong Kong.

    Lippo first grew in Hong Kong and later started operating its namesake bank in Indonesia. This story dates back to June 1975, when Sudono Salim entrusted me with the management of Salim Group’s banking unit. Around the same time, I met a businessman named Hashim Ning through an economist friend.

    Hashim Ning was managing a bank called Bank Perniagaan Indonesia, but it was in poor financial shape. When I offered some management advice for turning the bank around, Hashim asked me to join BPI’s management. Since I had just agreed to manage Bank Central Asia, I declined his request.

    Six years later, Hashim again asked me to become involved in the management of his bank. By that time, BCA had secured stable growth, so I decided it would be all right if I took over Hashim’s bank.

    I invited Sudono to join me and together we acquired a 49% stake in BPI in 1981. BPI merged with another bank at the end of 1980s and changed its name to Lippo. That was when Lippo Bank was born.

    My second son, James, took the helm at the bank.

    Now, I had come to effectively oversee the management of two banks — BCA and Lippo Bank.


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    My Personal History
    22 The opportunity for growth finally comes
    October 01, 2018 11:01 JST

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    I developed a close personal relationship with President Suharto, right, through Sudono Salim. (Photo provided by company)

    I rapidly expanded my bank branch networks after Indonesia’s deregulation of 1988

    A new era arrived for Indonesia’s commercial banks in 1988, bringing with it unprecedented opportunities for growth.

    In that year, the Indonesian government finally lifted the ban on joint banking ventures between domestic and foreign banks and eased the restrictions on the opening of branches by Indonesian banks.

    I immediately started expanding the operations of the banks I managed, ordering them to open new branches around the country. My target was to open 150 Bank Central Asia branches and 100 Lippo Bank branches within a year.

    Opening new branches wasn’t hard as long as we could find places to set them up, but training enough employees to operate them was a big challenge.

    One branch needed at least 40 employees. Achieving my goal opening 250 new branches would require quickly training 10,000 employees. My love of management theory helped me tackle this challenge.

    I had long been enamored of the thoughts and theories of Frederick W. Taylor, an American inventor and engineer who was known as the father of scientific management.

    Taylor preached the need to standardize working processes at factories. I applied his ideas to banking operations.

    I standardized the tasks at bank branches as much as possible and codified them in manuals so that even new recruits could learn to perform them quickly.

    I read books by such American thinkers as Alvin Toffler, John Naisbitt and Peter Drucker. They all predicted the advent of an “information society.” Computers would play vital roles in this future, they said.

    From early on, I became interested in information processing and network building. With the help of Jackson Stephens, an American investment banker and one of my business partners, I invested heavily in computer systems for my banks.

    I became the first banker to introduce ATMs to Indonesia.

    Standardizing and computerizing operations helped us achieve our branch-opening targets for both BCA and Lippo Bank. When I took over management of BCA in 1975, it had only one office. Now, it had more than 300 branches. Its asset value surged from $1 million to $3 billion in 1990, making BCA the largest commercial bank in Indonesia.

    I considered taking BCA and Lippo Bank public as a step toward transforming them from owner-managed businesses to banks with modern corporate management systems.

    But my main business partner, Sudono Salim, opposed the idea of listing BCA because he was concerned that its major shareholders would not be able to keep the bank under their control. Due to Sudono’s objection, BCA’s initial public offering was postponed. But Lippo Bank made its stock market debut in Jakarta in 1989.

    Despite our disagreement over the IPO issue, my relationship with Sudono remained close and friendly.

    Sudono never blamed others for losses in business. His broad-mindedness was one of the factors that helped make Salim Group the largest conglomerate in Indonesia.

    Sudono also showed concern about my health and arranged for me to receive a medical checkup at a U.S. hospital. The examination found that some of the arteries in my heart were blocked.

    In 1989, after a thorough examination, I was told that my life could be at risk if the problem was left untreated. I was advised to have bypass surgery and underwent an operation in Australia.

    Before the operation, I sorted out my assets. Sudono and I had become co-owners of many financial institutions through mergers and acquisitions. We reconfirmed our respective rights concerning these institutions.

    Fortunately, the operation went well and I returned to the banking business. This experience, however, led me to start thinking about becoming independent from Salim Group.

    Salim Group grew by capitalizing on its close ties with President Suharto, but I felt that Sudono and Suharto were too friendly with each other. Their personal relationship made me uneasy. Suharto had ruled the nation for a quarter century and was now 70 years old. It was impossible to rule out the possibility of a regime change.

    I decided to strike out on my own in 1991.


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    My Personal History
    23 Turning wasteland into a valuable asset
    October 02, 2018 11:01 JST

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    Lippo started building a new housing area on wasteland in Karawaci. (Photo provided by company)

    Lippo got into the property development businesses in an unexpected way

    I managed Bank Central Asia, the banking unit of Salim Group, for 16 years. The bank grew remarkably over those years, expanding to 600 branches by 1991 from just one originally.

    Sudono Salim, the head of the conglomerate, held my management prowess in high esteem. When I told him I wanted to leave Salim Group, he strongly urged me to reconsider. Even President Suharto voiced his opposition to the idea.

    Seeing that I was determined to strike out on my own, however, Sudono finally agreed to let me go my own way. I exchanged my shares in BCA for Sudono’s shares in Lippo Bank under a deal designed to make Lippo an independent bank.

    Around that time, Hashim Ning, the leading shareholder of Lippo Bank, and his heir both died, and I replaced them as chairman of the bank.

    Lippo Bank opened a branch in California and grew to a leading banking institution rivaling BCA in Indonesia.

    I had no intention of keeping the bank under owner management and recruited an outside expert to serve as its CEO. In addition to acquiring a life insurance subsidiary, the bank also set up joint banking ventures with Japanese and French peers. These steps were aimed at turning the bank into an international financial conglomerate.

    I was immersed in the financial business, but an unexpected chain of events forced me to expand into another area.

    A surge in interest rates around 1990 caused one of Lippo Bank’s corporate borrowers to go under, leaving three tracts of land used as collateral for the loan in Lippo’s hands.

    These tracts of land, totaling 70 sq. kilometers in area, were located between 25 km and 59 km from central Jakarta. Not only was the location inconvenient, the land itself was a wasteland with no trees.

    Since it was clear that there would be no buyer for these plots as they were, I had no choice but to develop them myself.

    I visited Taipei, Manila and Kuala Lumpur to study property development projects in those cities. Good transport connections to the city center had allowed the suburbs of these capitals to develop. But the three plots of land that Lippo had acquired were all located too far from the Indonesian capital.

    It seemed impossible to craft an effective strategy that would bring the benefits of development in central Jakarta to these areas.

    Around that time, I traveled to Shenzhen to see how the city was developing and was inspired to use it as the model to develop Lippo’s land.

    Although Shenzhen is adjacent to Hong Kong, the city is far away from the central parts of Hong Kong Island. It is also remote from Guangzhou, the capital of Guangdong Province.

    Until the Chinese government designated it a special economic zone in 1980, Shenzhen was a fishing village with a population numbering in the tens of thousands.

    Factories were built in this sleepy, nondescript village, along with housing for the people who worked at them.

    One of the three plots of land in Lippo’s possession was in Karawaci, west of Jakarta. There were many plants operated by foreign companies in the area, but few houses suitable for foreigners.

    I decided to transform the land in Karawaci into a new housing area. I started building a new town complete with a school, hospital, supermarket and golf course.

    On the eastern wasteland of Cikarang, I decided to build an industrial park. This industrial park was divided into four areas for manufacturers from four Asian economies — Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and Indonesia. A housing area was also developed for the workers at these factories.

    The last plot of land, in the hilly Karawang area, was the biggest development challenge. It was too far from central Jakarta even for an industrial park, so I turned the land into a sprawling cemetery.

    These projects transformed three tracts of wasteland into valuable assets.

    The land development business is about more than buying and selling land like a real estate agent. At the heart of this business lies the question of how best to develop land to raise its value.

    Land is to a property developer what raw material is to a manufacturer. The value of the material is determined by what the manufacturer makes with it. That value is what you sell.


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    My Personal History
    24 Pressure from the Suharto’s son and dangerous rumors
    October 03, 2018 11:01 JST

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    A golf course in Sentul developed by Lippo Group (Photo provided by company)

    Lippo was forced into a development project and suffered a bank run as a result

    Lippo Bank was hit by a crisis from a totally unexpected angle.

    In the early 1990s, Lippo Group seized three tracts of wasteland as collateral in a debt default and developed them into various properties, including housing complexes and an industrial park. President Suharto’s third son, Hutomo Mandala Putra (widely known as Tommy), learned about the group’s property development projects and sought its help in developing land he owned.

    There is a mountain range to the south of Jakarta. Nestled at its foot is Sentul, a place of great scenic beauty. There were rumors that the nation’s capital would be moved there.

    Tommy had bought a huge amount of land in Sentul and was struggling to find a way to carry out his plan of developing it as a residential area. Eventually, he tried to get Lippo to do the job.

    I declined his request because I felt that companies should keep their distance from politics.

    President Suharto, who wrested power from Sukarno in 1966, had radically changed the government’s economic policy and pushed Indonesia toward a government-led market economy. This had boosted the nation’s economic growth.

    Around 1985, however, it started to become clear that Suharto’s government was becoming lax. The president’s children had their hands in various businesses and the presidential residence was dominated by corrupt politicians.

    Tommy sent State Secretary Moerdiono, who was known as a political wheeler-dealer, to pressure us into joining the Sentul development project. I found it difficult to keep turning him down and finally gave in.

    I discovered that Tommy was connected to many bad and corrupt people. The man he had appointed as financial manager of the Sentul project started illegally demanding money from the project’s contractors, including construction companies and suppliers of materials. If contractors rejected his forceful demands, he would refuse to pay for the work and materials contracted out to them.

    The extortion scandal involving the financial manager bred rumors that Lippo Group was strapped for cash due to the development project. The story snowballed into a completely groundless rumor that Lippo Bank was on the verge of bankruptcy.

    That sparked a run on the bank, with long lines of depositors forming at branches to withdraw their money. This was in 1995.

    Several months before that, Bank Indonesia, the central bank, conducted an annual inspection of Lippo Bank and rated its financial health as class A, or superb. I wrote a letter to Bank Indonesia urging it to step in to dispel the false rumors. But I received no reply.

    In the end, I visited the central bank myself and talked to its governor. I handed the governor the key to Lippo Bank’s head office and a letter saying I would hand over control of the bank to Bank Indonesia unless it took action to deny the rumors.

    A while after I returned to Lippo Bank I received a phone call from my former business partner Sudono Salim. He asked me to come visit him.

    When I went to the head office of Bank Central Asia, the banking unit of Salim Group, I found the owners of five of the country’s major commercial banks, including Sudono. They asked me how much money my bank needed.

    They said they were acting at the behest of the central bank, which, unwilling to bail out Lippo Bank itself, had asked them to come to the rescue instead.

    I told them that Lippo Bank did not need any financial support. Instead, I asked them to issue a statement to their branches to stop false rumors about Lippo Bank from spreading.

    The managers of their branches were the ones who had been spreading rumors about Lippo’s financial trouble in hopes of taking customers from Lippo.

    I myself drafted a statement on the spot saying that the five banks confirmed the financial health of Lippo Bank and that their branches would provide all possible support to Lippo.

    The statement was sent to their branches, making it impossible for their managers to spread false rumors about Lippo’s financial trouble.

    As I had expected, the run on Lippo Bank started blowing over the day after the statement was sent out.

    As it turned out, however, we were in for another big shock — the 1997 Asian financial crisis.


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    My Personal History
    25 A new direction for Lippo after the Asian financial crisis
    October 04, 2018 11:00 JST

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    My wife and I at a Lippo Group department store. After the Asian financial crisis, I pulled the group out of banking. (Photo provided by company)

    Five bank runs in 41 years convinced me to focus on less volatile businesses

    On July 2, 1997, the collapse of the Thai baht triggered the Asian financial crisis. I was at my home when the baht plunged.

    At first I did not expect this event to develop into anything serious. But it quickly grew into a full-blown financial crisis and spread to other parts of Asia.

    The value of several Asian currencies crashed relative to the dollar amid waves of sell-offs. Many Asian companies with large amounts of foreign currency-denominated debt defaulted and went under.

    While Thailand was ground zero of the crisis, the biggest victims were South Korea and Indonesia.

    I believe now, as then, that this financial tsunami was created by a combination of speculative investments by U.S. funds and rumors of a looming currency crisis.

    In 1997, Indonesia was in relatively good economic shape. But rumors that the country’s currency was going to collapse prompted many Indonesians to sell the rupiah. This heavy sell-off precipitated the crash of the currency.

    Unable to respond effectively to the situation, the embattled Suharto administration accepted financial aid from the International Monetary Fund in November 1997. This move, however, failed to defuse the crisis. The exchange rate collapsed to between 16,000 and 18,000 rupiah to the dollar in 1998, down from the 2,000 rupiah level before the crisis.

    In May 1998, the government followed the IMF’s advice and raised public utility charges. This sparked a wave of anti-Suharto sentiment among Indonesians that eventually led to riots and looting.

    Amid this economic turmoil, President Suharto resigned on May 21, bringing an abrupt end to his 32-year rule.

    The situation grew even worse in the ensuing weeks. Amid intense economic, political and social upheaval, Indonesian banks were left with mountains of bad loans as one corporate borrower after another defaulted.

    Many banks suffered a run on deposits. Bank Central Asia, the Salim Group bank I had managed and expanded, received an injection of public funds and was put under state control.

    Most major commercial banks were nationalized during this period. Lippo Bank managed to avoid this fate because it had pushed through reforms to build up its cash reserves following a bank run it suffered in 1995. Nevertheless, it now needed funds to deal with its huge pile of bad loans.

    In 1999, Lippo Group sold 70% of Lippo Life to American International Group for $310 million.

    In 2000, at the turn of the millennium, I found myself deeply concerned about the future of Lippo Group. I had been involved in managing banks for 41 years and had experienced five bank runs during that time.

    The political situation in a developing country seldom remains stable for long. Political turmoil often leads to economic turmoil, and that delivers a direct blow to banks.

    In short, developing countries are usually tough places to run a bank, and Indonesia is no exception.

    Lippo Bank was under the strict supervision of Bank Indonesia, the central bank, and we had to obtain permission for every new business activity. We were a commercial bank, yet our chief executive had no freedom to make management decisions.

    Even when we wanted to open branches in the U.S. and Hong Kong we were subject to high capital adequacy requirements, simply because we were an Indonesian bank.

    While many people may envy a bank manager’s job, it entails endless trouble in a developing country.

    I thought about whether I would feel comfortable leaving such an onerous and stressful business to my children and grandchildren. After a lot of thinking, I decided to pull out of banking.

    By the end of 2004, I had sold not only Lippo Bank but also most of my bank-related businesses in Macau, Hong Kong and the U.S. I decided to focus Lippo’s operations on two areas: land development, and information and telecommunications.


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    My Personal History
    26 Surviving a crisis and pioneering new industries
    October 05, 2018 11:01 JST

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    Here I am visiting a patient at Siloam Hospital, which is operated by Lippo Group. (Photo provided by company)

    Lippo began operating schools and hospitals as part of its shift to development

    Lippo Group pulled out of banking and made land development its core business.

    In the 1990s, Lippo developed a new town on a tract of wasteland in Karawaci, located to the west of Jakarta. In planning the project, we placed a high priority on ensuring that the town would be able to provide residents with all of the services that are essential for daily life. A residential area must have the facilities to meet these needs.

    We thought that eight types of facilities were essential: shopping malls with various specialty stores, supermarkets, movie theaters, play areas for children, hotels, hospitals and schools.

    This meant that Lippo had to expand its operations into these eight areas. I decided to operate these businesses as independent companies and grow them into nationwide chains.

    We could enter many of these business areas, including retail, through acquisitions or partnerships. But this approach could not easily be applied to schools and hospitals because operating these facilities was not yet a viable industry in Indonesia.

    In 1993, we opened an elementary and middle school with classes taught in English in Karawaci. The school was named Sekolah Pelita Harapan (ray of hope). We recruited qualified teachers from the U.S. for the new school, and limited the number of students in each class to around 10 as part of our small-class policy. We also opened a school where classes were taught in Indonesian.

    In the ensuing years, Lippo opened many such schools in the residential communities it developed and in doing so established school operation as a new industry. Later, we also set up a university called Universitas Pelita Harapan in Karawaci. It now has a range of faculties, including law and medicine.

    For our medical business, we persuaded the operator of Singapore’s reputed Gleneagles Hospital to open a hospital in Karawaci in 1996. Unfortunately, however, the hospital kept losing money and Gleneagles eventually withdrew from the business.

    Lippo took over the money-losing hospital and operated it under the new name of Siloam Hospital.

    An unprofitable business cannot be sustained for long, no matter how lofty its purpose. I set out to reform the management of the hospital.

    As I had once done when managing banks, I drew up a chart showing operational workflows so that we could identify the factors behind the hospital’s continued losses. It took a year and a half to complete this chart, but it helped us pinpoint wasteful practices and overlapping operations.

    To cut costs, we replaced X-ray film with digital data and introduced stricter rules for purchasing and managing inventories of medical supplies. We even went so far as to reduce the number of items on the hospital cafeteria menu.

    These efforts paid off, and the hospital started eking out a small profit. Lippo’s hospital business has since grown into a national network of 32 medical institutions.

    I also radically restructured Lippo’s overseas operations, which were headquartered in Hong Kong. As the group changed its core business from financial services to land development, we moved its headquarters to Singapore in 2000. Hong Kong’s real estate market was dominated by a small number of Chinese conglomerates, leaving little room for growth for newcomers.

    In 2006, Lippo acquired Overseas Union Enterprise, a Singapore-based real estate developer that operated Mandarin Hotel on Orchard Road, Singapore’s main shopping street. With its first floor being used as a large, old-fashioned hall, however, the hotel was failing to take full advantage of its prime location.

    We remodeled the hotel’s first through fourth floors into a shopping mall featuring brand-name shops and restaurants. This was opened up to hotel guests and local residents alike, so that anyone could enjoy shopping and dining out.

    OUE bought the former head office of Singapore’s DBS Bank and renovated the first four floors of the building to include commercial facilities such as gyms, clinics and shared kitchens. The property was reborn as a combined office and apartment complex serving both business and residential needs, sharply increasing the value of the old building.

    Lippo had survived the Asian financial crisis of 1997~1998 and transformed itself into a new, real estate-focused group.


    https://asia.nikkei.com/Spotlight/My-Personal-History/Grooming-my-sons-as-heirs-to-the-Lippo-empire-Mochtar-Riady-s-story-27
    My Personal History
    27 Grooming my sons as heirs to the Lippo empire
    October 06, 2018 11:01 JST

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    Me with my sons and business heirs James, right, and Stephen, left (Photo provided by company)

    I had James and Stephen hone their management skills in the real world

    When I got married, I couldn’t get a wink of sleep that night. I was tormented by the fear of death.

    My three younger sisters all died in early childhood, and my mother died after a difficult delivery when I was 9 years old. The premature deaths of so many family members was profoundly traumatic. I couldn’t stop thinking about what would happen to my wife and future children if I died early.

    Fortunately, I have not been called to heaven and will turn 90 next year. I have been blessed with three sons and three daughters.

    I have groomed my second son, James, and third son, Stephen, to take over Lippo Group. James is in charge of the group’s businesses in Indonesia, while Stephen manages its overseas operations, including those in China, from Singapore.

    I remember once watching a TV program showing how hawks teach their young to fly. In the video, a parent hawk grabbed its baby, flew high into the sky and then released it. If the fledgling hawk failed to fly and fell toward the ground, the parent would come to its rescue and catch it before flying upward again and releasing it for another try. The parent repeated this process again and again until the baby hawk had learned to fly.

    Parents should push their children out into the world at some point and allow them to learn from their mistakes.

    Believing that I should give my sons opportunities to acquire the skills they would need to manage a business on their own, I did not put James in charge of a company right away.

    After graduating from the University of Melbourne in Australia, he joined a company manufacturing TVs and other home electric appliances in Jakarta. In 1984, I dispatched him to Arkansas, in the U.S., to manage Worthen Bank, a local bank we had acquired. I also gave him the opportunity to hone his management skills in Los Angeles and involved him temporarily in the management of Lippo Bank.

    Through these years of business experience, including some rough patches, James has become a skilled corporate manager. He deserves the credit for Lippo’s smooth transition to property development.

    Stephen, my third son, attended a Chinese primary school in Singapore. Since I had decided early on that I would hand the reins of Lippo’s overseas operations to him, I had him learn Chinese and English.

    After he graduated from the University of Southern California, I sent him to Hong Kong to take charge of Lippo Group’s overseas operations.

    It was Stephen who proposed moving the headquarters for Lippo’s overseas businesses from Hong Kong to Singapore after the Asian financial crisis.

    Stephen also had his share of tough times in Singapore, where he failed numerous times to make a winning bid in government land auctions. Through these failures, he learned how to assess land prices properly and bid successfully in auctions.

    After Lippo Group acquired OUE, a Singapore-based company that operated hotels and other properties, Stephen found himself locked in constant conflict with the senior executive sent in by OUE’s second-largest shareholder.

    Experiencing hardships like these has made him a talented corporate manager with a global perspective.

    My family has grown over years. In addition to my six children, I now have 22 grandchildren and 56 great-grandchildren.

    I have seen some Chinese family-run businesses weakened by feuds over succession. Avoiding such damaging quarrels requires good communication among family members. To strengthen our own family ties, we make annual trips involving many of the children and grandchildren. In early spring last year, we traveled to a resort town of Niseko in Hokkaido and enjoyed skiing. We made a trip to Bhutan in December.

    My children and grandchildren have grown up, gone to school and worked in various countries around the world. As a result, they speak a number of different languages.

    I talk with my wife in Pekingese or Indonesian, but use Indonesian when I converse with James. I communicate with my grandchildren mainly in English.


    https://asia.nikkei.com/Spotlight/My-Personal-History/The-value-of-keeping-politicians-at-arm-s-length-Mochtar-Riady-s-story-28
    My Personal History
    28 The value of keeping politicians at arm’s length
    October 07, 2018 11:01 JST

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    I attended a ball to celebrate Bill Clinton’s inauguration as president on Jan. 20, 1993. (Photo provided by company)

    My son learned a hard lesson after donating to Bill Clinton’s campaign

    In the 19th century, during the latter Qing dynasty, there was a reputed business tycoon in China named Hu Xueyan.

    Hu started out as an apprentice to a financier in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, and went on to amass a vast fortune through finance and trade. He used his financial muscle to control politicians and wield great power.

    Hu was granted the rare privilege of wearing a special pointed, red-topped hat worn by high-ranking court bureaucrats, earning him the nickname Hong Ding Shang Ren, literally “red top merchant.”

    But Hu met with a miserable end. He became embroiled in a power struggle, his business floundered, and he died a disappointed man.

    After reading a novel about his life, I became determined to keep a respectful distance from politicians.

    Sudono Salim, the leader of Salim Group and at one time my main business partner, had close personal ties with Indonesian President Suharto, which helped him win various business permits and licenses from the government.

    I could have easily started government-related businesses if I had sought Sudono’s good offices. But I did not do so.

    The last 10 years of the Suharto government were marked by rampant corruption, and I feared I would be forced to accept unreasonable demands if I became involved in businesses linked to politicians.

    When Suharto resigned from power in 1998, Salim Group faced growing criticism about its cozy ties with the strongman and Sudono was forced to take refuge in Singapore for his own safety.

    Among foreign political leaders, I developed close personal ties with former U.S. President Bill Clinton, whom I first met around 1984.

    I, my American business partner Jackson Stephens and Sudono jointly acquired a bank in Arkansas called Worthen Bank.

    Before a party to celebrate the acquisition, Stephens asked me if I wanted to meet the governor of the state. He called then-Gov. Clinton, who was in his 30s, on the phone, and 15 minutes later he came to see me.

    I appointed my second son, James, as chief executive of Worthen Bank. Since the bank acted as an underwriter for bonds issued by the state government, James became Clinton’s friend and jogging partner.

    When Clinton ran for president, James, as one of his close friends, helped him collect political donations. James played the same role during Clinton’s re-election bid.

    But James became embroiled in a political spat, and his donations to the Clinton campaign were judged to be illegal. This incident taught him some important lessons.

    I had repeatedly advised James to keep a certain distance from politicians. The trouble he experienced over his donations must have brought home to him the meaning of my advice.

    I cannot forget my relations with Chinese President Xi Jinping, either. I frequently visited Fujian Province from the late 1980s through the 1990s, and I first became acquainted with Xi during this period. He was in his 30s at the time and serving as secretary of the Communist Party’s Fuzhou Municipal Committee in the province.

    Xi held various party posts in Fujian Province from 1985 until 2002, when he transferred to Zhejiang Province.

    I was attempting to build a power plant in Meizhou Bay in Fujian Province, and I met with Xi many times in connection with the project.

    During his stint in Fujian, Xi visited Indonesia three times. On one of these occasions, I welcomed him at my Lippo office in Karawaci. At that time, Lippo was developing a residential area in Karawaci, and I arranged for Xi to inspect the private-sector urban development project.

    During his third visit to Indonesia during that period, I invited him to my home and served him local dishes from my father’s hometown of Putian, in Fujian Province.

    When you run a business you inevitably become acquainted with politicians. But I have adhered to the principle of maintaining a certain distance, even from those who have become my close personal friends.


    https://asia.nikkei.com/Spotlight/My-Personal-History/Becoming-a-Christian-in-my-60s-Mochtar-Riady-s-Story-29
    My Personal History
    29 Becoming a Christian in my 60s
    October 08, 2018 11:01 JST

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    I have supported various education and health care projects for people in remote areas. (Photo provided by company)

    My faith, friends and business partners are all important parts of my life

    As this series of essays approaches its conclusion, let me talk about some more personal aspects of my life, such as my faith and my close friends.

    I became a Christian in my 60s.

    As a child, I often wondered why there was poverty and inequality in the world. The principal of my primary school in Indonesia was a staunch leftist and blamed these problems on Dutch colonial rule. As a child, I believed what my principal said and as a result harbored hostile feelings toward the Dutch.

    It was impossible for me to have any favorable feelings toward Christianity because it was the religion of the Dutch. But my sentiment toward the Christian faith changed after I turned 60.

    My children were educated in Australia and the U.S. and returned home as Protestants. Once, one of my children invited me to a Christian gathering. I reluctantly went along and found that the attendees were top corporate executives.

    The pastor gave a sermon in which he preached that all humans were born with a sinful nature. This made me indignant. I had done many good deeds. I had contributed money to help build Buddhist temples, Muslim mosques and Christian churches. As a banker, I had given jobs to many people.

    The questions the pastor posed to us, however, unsettled my mind. First, he asked if there was anyone in the audience who had never cheated the government. I found that I could not swear that I had never done so.

    His second question shook my soul. “Who among you has never lied to your wife at some point?”

    I had done something inexcusable to my wife. Tears flooded my eyes. I realized that I was indeed a sinful person.

    Christian teachings showed me how to repent of sinful behavior, but I still resisted accepting Christianity. It took me a long time to embrace the faith. Eventually, however, I became a Christian and started attending church, even during trips.

    Let me now touch on some of the people who have become my friends and partners.

    Hong Kong business magnate Li Ka-shing has generously supported me in business many times. When Lippo developed land in Karawaci, west of Jakarta, Li helped us by becoming a shareholder of the development company. I still have no idea why he has been so kind to me. Perhaps it is because Li’s forebears came from Putian, in China’s Fujian Province, which was also my father’s hometown. He may feel this created a bond between us.

    Another business partner I can never forget is Jackson Stephens, the American investment banker who led me to start investing in U.S. businesses. He was a legendary investor based in Arkansas, which then had a population of less than 3 million.

    Stephens focused on discovering promising businesses in the state and helping them expand nationwide. Walmart, Tyson Foods and J.B. Hunt are all headquartered in Arkansas and Stephens helped them go public and raise funds.

    Although Stephens died in 2005, our families have maintained our ties of friendship. The eldest son of my second son James, John Riady, lived in Arkansas for a year and a half and cultivated personal ties with the grandchildren of Stephens.

    I also have a new friend in the business world, Jack Ma Yun, executive chairman of Alibaba Group Holding, the Chinese internet behemoth.

    In 2016, I visited Ma in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province. We had such a lively conversation that our meeting, originally scheduled for 8:30 to 11 a.m., actually continued until 5 p.m.

    Ma then invited me to his home to continue our discussion, and we ended up chatting until 9:30 at night. We talked for a total of 13 hours, mainly about the future of the information technology industry.

    It seems that I am good at cultivating relationships with people who are either much older or much younger than myself.

    When I was young, I formed friendships with people older than me, such as the leader of a guerrilla group fighting in Indonesia’s war for independence. Now, as an old man, I have many young friends like Ma.


    https://asia.nikkei.com/Spotlight/My-Personal-History/Back-in-banking-armed-with-IT-power-Mochtar-Riady-s-story-30
    My Personal History
    30 Back in banking, armed with IT power
    October 09, 2018 11:01 JST

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    Lippo Group is building a new high-tech city called Meikarta, seen here in April, in Indonesia. (Photo provided by company)

    The new era of digital banking rekindled my interest in the sector

    When I pulled out of the banking business in the wake of the 1997 Asian financial crisis, I had no intention of ever returning.

    After Lippo Group sold off its banking business, we decided to focus on two areas as our core businesses — land development and the information and telecommunications industry.

    As a land developer, the group needed to branch out, not only into retail but also into operating schools and hospitals. Still, I had no plans to re-enter the banking sector. In the telecom market, the group has been preoccupied with new businesses, including a mobile phone venture.

    Several years ago, however, Lippo happened to acquire a small bank called Nobu National Bank in response to a request for help from one of my friends.

    My friend had wanted to buy the bank, but Bank Indonesia, the central bank, refused to approve the acquisition. My friend asked me to buy it for him under my name.

    When the acquisition came to light, the media trumpeted the news with headlines declaring that Lippo had returned to the banking scene. The way I looked at it initially was that I was simply letting my friend use my name, but gradually I became seriously interested in managing a bank again, given this new era of banking.

    The growing use of digital technology is transforming banking into a kind of telecom industry as the sector as a whole moves toward electronic banking.

    In Indonesia as in other parts of the world, online shopping has become part of the mainstream retail industry. Our retail unit has also set up an e-commerce company.

    The rapid growth of online shopping is also driving the spread of electronic money and mobile payments.

    Lippo Group has turned Nobu Bank into the core unit for its cutting-edge financial services, including e-money services. The transformative power of digital technology has sparked the fusion of retail, telecom and financial services.

    Another example of digital transformation is in the hospital business.

    Indonesia is an archipelago composed of more than 10,000 islands. Apart from a few large cities, the level of medical care in the country is very low.

    Even if such medical equipment as X-ray machines, CT scanners and MRI systems are available, there are not enough doctors and experts, including radiographers, who can use them to diagnose diseases.

    We are exploring the possibility of using artificial intelligence rather than human experts to perform diagnoses. Two business areas that we once considered to be completely distinct — IT and hospital operations — are fusing into one.

    I mentioned Meikarta, a new city that Lippo is developing in a Jakarta suburb, at the outset of this series. The city is a comprehensive development project that involves all of Lippo’s businesses, and we expect various fusions will take place there.

    Lastly, let me give a brief overview of Lippo’s overseas operations. In Southeast Asia, Lippo Group operates real estate businesses in Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines. The group is growing its hospital operations in Myanmar and Vietnam, and it is expanding its partnerships with Japanese and Chinese companies in the hospital business.

    Lippo Group also has office buildings and shopping malls in major Chinese cities and commercial properties in Australia.

    Lippo once expanded its banking business into the U.S., and currently owns a skyscraper in Los Angeles.

    Why has a company based in Indonesia, a developing country, been able to expand its operations on such a global scale? The answer can be found on by looking at a map.

    To the east of Indonesia is the Pacific Ocean, a huge expanse of water stretching to the U.S. To the north of the country is the Asian continent including China, while Australia is located to the south. To the west of Indonesia is the Indian Ocean, which stretches to India and Africa.

    Indonesia is located where the Indian Ocean meets the Pacific, the place where the world’s two economic growth centers intersect and connect with each other.

    In other words, Indonesia is a country where Eastern and Western cultures meet and fuse. Some 260 million people live in this country, and the ranks of middle-class consumers are continuing to grow.

    Indonesia has an immeasurable potential. I strongly urge anyone who has read my life story and developed an interest in Indonesia to pay a visit to the country.


    How Mochtar Riady Built Lippo

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    Another Indonesian telecommunications satellite launched 




     

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    https://spaceflightnow.com/2018/08/07/indonesian-communications-satellite-deployed-in-orbit-by-spacex/
    Indonesian communications satellite deployed in orbit by SpaceX
    Stephen Clark, August 7, 2018


    SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket lifts off at 1:18 a.m. EDT (0518 GMT) Tuesday with the Merah Putih communications satellite. Credit: SpaceX

    Keeping up a run of middle-of-the-night launches from Cape Canaveral, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket powered by a recycled first stage booster climbed into orbit early Tuesday with the Indonesian Merah Putih communications satellite. The Falcon 9’s first stage dropped out of the night sky a few minutes later over the Atlantic Ocean, descending to a pinpoint landing on SpaceX’s drone ship “Of Course I Still Love” parked a few hundred miles east of Cape Canaveral.

    The up-and-down journey was the second such trip for the same Falcon 9 booster, which debuted May 11 with the successful launch of Bangladesh’s first communications satellite. The first stage was also the first of SpaceX’s upgraded line of “Falcon 9 Block 5” rockets, featuring improvements to make the vehicles more reliable and easier to reuse.

    Tuesday’s mission with the Merah Putih communications satellite, owned by Telkom Indonesia, was the first time SpaceX has re-flown a Block 5 booster. The 229-foot-tall (70-meter) rocket took off from Cape Canaveral’s Complex 40 launch pad at 1:18 a.m. EDT (0518 GMT), turned toward the east and broke the sound barrier within about one minute.

    Riding 1.7 million pounds of thrust from nine Merlin main engines, the Falcon 9 rocket soared into the stratosphere, then its first stage detached around two-and-a-half minutes after liftoff. The first stage pulsed cold gas nitrogen thrusters to ready for its descent, while the Falcon 9’s second stage — powered by a single Merlin engine — ignited for the first of two burns to send the Merah Putih satellite into an egg-shaped geostationary transfer orbit.

    With the aid of grid fins, rocket thrust and four landing legs, the first stage touched down on SpaceX’s landing barge around eight minutes into the mission. “All stations, this is recovery, Falcon 9 has landed,” radioed a member of SpaceX’s launch and landing team.


    The first stage of SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket after landing on the drone ship “Of Course I Still Love You” in the Atlantic Ocean. Credit: SpaceX

    Around the same time, the Falcon 9’s upper stage shut down and entered a preliminary orbit before a nearly 20-minute coast across the Atlantic. The Merlin upper stage engine reignited for a nearly minute-long firing at 1:44 a.m. EDT (0544 GMT), giving the Merah Putih satellite enough velocity to climb into a geostationary transfer orbit with a low point a few hundred miles above Earth, and a high point expected to reach tens of thousands of miles in altitude.

    Pre-programmed commands gently nudged the satellite away from the rocket at the mission’s 32-minute mark, and live views from the Falcon 9 rocket showed the Merah Putih spacecraft separating from the Falcon 9’s second stage over Africa.

    Tuesday’s launch was the third SpaceX mission in 16 days, and the company’s 15th launch of the year overall. It was also the 28th time SpaceX has recovered one of its first stage boosters intact, and the 15th re-flight of a Falcon first stage.

    But it was the first time SpaceX demonstrated reuse of a Block 5-generation booster, which the company plans to be its workhorse in the coming years, until a new, super-powerful rocket dubbed the BFR is ready for service. The upgrades to the Falcon 9 Block 5 include a beefed up heat shield, retractable landing legs and other modifications to make the first stage simpler to reuse, reducing the refurbishment needed between missions.

    SpaceX was expected to conduct more invasive and time-consuming inspections on the first returned Block 5 booster, and three months after its first launch, the stage was ready to go again. “We are going to be very rigourous in taking this rocket apart and confirming our design assumptions to be confident that it is indeed able to be reused without being taken apart,” said Elon Musk, SpaceX’s founder and CEO, during a conference call with reporters, referring to the first Block 5 booster.

    “Ironically, we need to take it apart to confirm that it does not need to be taken apart. So this rocket probably won’t re-fly for a couple of months.” He said the Block 5’s first stage booster is designed to fly 10 times “with no scheduled refurbishment.”

    With “moderate scheduled maintenance,” Block 5 first stages could be capable of 100 missions, Musk said. Such reuse goals are crucial to SpaceX’s long-term mission of reducing the cost of space transportation, with an aim to eventually launch a Falcon 9 rocket, recover the booster, and re-launch it within 24 hours, according to Musk, who said in May that could be accomplished as soon as next year.

    Between 30 and 50 boosters for Falcon 9 Block 5 vehicles could be manufactured to meet customer demand, each flying multiple times, he said. The turnaround between the Bangabandhu 1 and Merah Putih missions did not set a record for the shortest time between flights of the same Falcon 9 first stage.

    That distinction goes to an older-generation Block 4 booster, which launched April 18 and then again June 29 from Cape Canaveral, before SpaceX intentionally disposed of the rocket. Block 4-generation Falcon 9 boosters could only be reused once.


    Members of the Merah Putih team pose with the spacecraft before launch. Credit: Telkom Indonesia

    The Merah Putih satellite launched Tuesday will provide C-band telecommunications services over Indonesia and India. The new telecom craft was built by SSL in Palo Alto, California. SSL completed construction of the Merah Putih satellite ahead of schedule, according to Telkom Indonesia, also known as PT Telkom.

    The new satellite will replace Telkom 1, which failed in a mysterious debris-shedding event in geostationary orbit last year. Officials from Telkom Indonesia expected the Telkom 1 satellite, which launched in 1999, to remain operational until Merah Putih’s launch. But Telkom 1’s failure last year forced the operator to re-route communications traffic through other satellites.

    The Merah Putih satellite is designed for a 16-year life, its owner said in a statement. The spacecraft will be positioned in geostationary orbit more than 22,000 miles (nearly 36,000 kilometers) over the equator at 108 degrees east longitude.

    Merah Putih’s on-board engine will circularize its orbit over the equator in the coming weeks. “Satellite plays a vital role in our telecommunications infrastructure,” said Zulhelfi Abidin, chief technology officer of Telkom Indonesia, in a press release earlier this year.

    “SSL has been an excellent spacecraft supplier and has completed the satellite construction ahead of schedule. We look forward to traveling to Florida to see the satellite launch later this summer.” Based on SSL’s 1300-series satellite platform, Merah Putih carries 60 C-band transponders with coverage across the Indonesian archipelago, and other parts of South and Southeast Asia.

    The satellite will provide Internet, telephone and cellular backhaul services, according to SSL. Tuesday’s flight came 16 days after an early morning Falcon 9 launch July 22 that sent the Telstar 19 VANTAGE communications satellite into orbit for Telesat.

    Another predawn Falcon 9 flight from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California on July 25 delivered 10 Iridium voice and data relay payloads to orbit. The next launch from Cape Canaveral is scheduled for Saturday at 3:33 a.m. EDT (0733 GMT), when a United Launch Alliance Delta 4-Heavy rocket is set to loft NASA’s Parker Solar Probe on a seven-year mission to fly through the sun’s corona.

    A flight readiness review Monday approved the continuation of final launch preps for Parker Solar Probe, which will fly closer to the sun than any previous mission. SpaceX’s next mission is set for launch no earlier than Aug. 23 with the Telstar 18 VANTAGE communications satellite to provide broadcast, enterprise and government communications services over parts of India, China, Mongolia, Southeast Asia, and the Pacific Ocean region.

    APT Satellite of Hong Kong has an agreement to use capacity on Telstar 18 VANTAGE, which is also known as Apstar 5C. If launch remains set for Aug. 23, liftoff is scheduled for a window opening at 11:33 p.m. EDT (0333 GMT on Aug. 24).

    Email the author. sclark@spaceflightnow.com
    Follow Stephen Clark on Twitter: @StephenClark1.


    https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/telkom-4.htm
    Telkom 4 (Merah Putih)
    Last update: 07.08.2018


    Telkom 4 [SpaceX]

    Telkom-4 or Merah Putih is an Indonesian geostationary communications satellite.

    PT Telkom Indonesia (Persero) Tbk, the largest telecommunication and network provider in Indonesia, selected Space Systems Loral (SSL) in December 2015 to build the Telkom-4 satellite based on the. The new satellite is to replace its aging Telkom 1 satellite that goes out of commission in 2018.

    The satellite will be based on the SSL-1300 platform, which provides the flexibility to support a broad range of applications and technology advances. It will carry 60 C-band transponders. 36 transponders will be used in Indonesia and the rest will be used for the Indian market.

    Telkom 4 is planned to be launched in 2018. It is designed to provide service for 15 years or more.

    Nation: Indonesia
    Type / Application: Communication
    Operator: PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia Tbk.
    Contractors: Space Systems/Loral (SS/L)
    Equipment: 60 C-Band Transponders
    Configuration: SSL-1300
    Propulsion: ?
    Power: 2 deployable solar arrays, batteries
    Lifetime: 15 years
    Mass: 5800 kg
    Orbit: GEO

    Satellite: Telkom 4 (Merah Putih)
    COSPAR: 2018-064A
    Date: 07.08.2018
    LS (Launch SIte): CC SLC-40
    Launch Vehicle: Falcon-9 v1.2
    Remarks

    Telkom 1 https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/telkom-1.htm
    SSL-1300 https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sat/ssloral-1300.htm
    Falcon-9 v1.2 https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_lau_det/falcon-9_v1-2.htm
    20151230 SSL Selected As Winner Of Procurement For Communications Satellite To Telkom, Indonesia’s Largest Telecommunications And Network Provider http://sslmda.com/html/pressreleases/pr20151230.html

    Telkom Satellites
    Telkom 1 [A2100A] https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/telkom-1.htm
    Telkom 2 [Star-2] https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/telkom-2.htm
    Telkom 3 [Ekspress-1000N] https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/telkom-3.htm
    Telkom 3S [Spacebus-4000B2] https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/telkom-3s.htm
    Telkom 4 (Merah Putih) [SSL-1300] https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/telkom-4.htm


    https://spaceflightnow.com/2018/08/06/falcon-9-launch-timeline-with-merah-putih/
    Falcon 9 launch timeline with Merah Putih
    Stephen Clark, August 6, 2018

    SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket is set for liftoff from Cape Canaveral on Tuesday, heading due east over the Atlantic Ocean to deliver the Merah Putih communications satellite into orbit around 32 minutes later. The 229-foot-tall (70-meter) rocket is poised for launch from pad 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida at 1:18 a.m. EDT (0518 GMT) Tuesday at the opening of a two-hour launch window.

    The Falcon 9 rocket set for launch Tuesday is the first to re-fly an upgraded Block 5 configuration first stage. The same booster first flew on the maiden Falcon 9 Block 5 mission in May. Perched atop the rocket is the Merah Putih communications satellite, a spacecraft manufactured by SSL — formerly known as Space Systems/Loral — and owned by Telkom Indonesia.

    The U.S.-built, Indonesian-owned satellite will provide C-band telecommunications services over Indonesia and India, along with other parts of South and Southeast Asia. SSL completed construction of the Merah Putih satellite ahead of schedule, according to Telkom Indonesia. The new satellite will replace Telkom 1, which failed in a mysterious debris-shedding event in geostationary orbit last year.

    Officials from Telkom Indonesia expected the Telkom 1 satellite, which launched in 1999, to remain operational until Merah Putih’s launch. But Telkom 1’s failure last year forced the operator to re-route communications traffic through other satellites.

    The Merah Putih satellite is designed for a 16-year life, its owner said in a statement. The spacecraft will be positioned in geostationary orbit more than 22,000 miles (nearly 36,000 kilometers) over the equator at 108 degrees east longitude. Based on SSL’s 1300-series satellite platform, Merah Putih carries 60 C-band transponders with coverage across the Indonesian archipelago, and other parts of South and Southeast Asia.

    The satellite will provide Internet, telephone and cellular backhaul services, according to SSL. The timeline below outlines the launch sequence for the Falcon 9 flight with Merah Putih, including the descent of its first stage back to SpaceX’s drone ship “Of Course I Still Love You” in the Atlantic Ocean east of Cape Canaveral.

    Data source: SpaceX

    T-0:00:00: Liftoff


    After the rocket’s nine Merlin engines pass an automated health check, hold-down clamps will release the Falcon 9 booster for liftoff from pad 39A.

    T+0:01:09: Mach 1


    The Falcon 9 rocket reaches Mach 1, the speed of sound, as the nine Merlin 1D engines provide more than 1.7 million pounds of thrust.

    T+0:01:19: Max Q


    The Falcon 9 rocket reaches Max Q, the point of maximum aerodynamic pressure.

    T+0:02:30: MECO


    The Falcon 9’s nine Merlin 1D engines shut down.

    T+0:02:34: Stage 1 Separation


    The Falcon 9’s first stage separates from the second stage moments after MECO.

    T+0:02:36: First Ignition of Second Stage


    The second stage Merlin 1D vacuum engine ignites for a six-minute burn to put the rocket and Merah Putih into a preliminary parking orbit.

    T+0:03:28: Fairing Jettison


    The 5.2-meter (17.1-foot) diameter payload fairing jettisons once the Falcon 9 rocket ascends through the dense lower atmosphere. The 43-foot-tall fairing is made of two clamshell-like halves composed of carbon fiber with an aluminum honeycomb core.

    T+0:06:13: Stage 1 Entry Burn


    A subset of the first stage’s Merlin 1D engines ignite for an entry burn to slow down for landing. A final landing burn will occur just before touchdown.

    T+0:08:06: SECO 1


    The second stage of the Falcon 9 rocket shuts down after reaching a preliminary low-altitude orbit. The upper stage and Merah Putih begin a coast phase scheduled to last more than 18 minutes before the second stage Merlin vacuum engine reignites.

    T+0:08:08: Stage 1 Landing


    The Falcon 9 rocket’s first stage booster touches down on SpaceX’s drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean.

    T+0:26:15: Second Ignition of Second Stage


    The Falcon 9’s second stage Merlin engine restarts to propel the Merah Putih communications satellite into a geostationary transfer orbit.

    T+0:27:13: SECO 2


    The Merlin engine shuts down after a short burn to put the Merah Putih satellite in the proper orbit for deployment.

    T+0:32:40: Merah Putih Separation


    The Merah Putih satellite separates from the Falcon 9 rocket in a geostationary transfer orbit.

    Email the author. sclark@spaceflightnow.com

    Follow Stephen Clark on Twitter: @StephenClark1.


    https://www.theverge.com/2018/8/6/17656952/spacex-falcon-9-block-5-launch-merah-putih-watch-live
    One of SpaceX’s powerful new Falcon 9 rockets pulled off its second mission tonight
    A Block 5 booster flies again

    By Loren Grush@lorengrush
    Updated Aug 7, 2018, 1:51am EDT

    Update Tuesday August 7th, 1:50AM ET: SpaceX’s used Block 5 rocket successfully took off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida at 1:18AM ET, deploying the Merah Putih satellite just over half an hour later. The Falcon 9’s first stage booster also performed another successful landing on one of the company’s drone ships in the Atlantic, becoming the 28th booster that SpaceX has ever recovered.

    Original Story: Early Tuesday morning, SpaceX is slated to launch a new communications satellite from the Florida coast, using one of its used Falcon 9 rockets for the job. However, this is the first time that SpaceX will reuse one of its new powerful Block 5 boosters — the final upgrade of the Falcon 9 that is supposed to be able to go to space and back up to 100 times.

    Previous versions of the vehicle were only able to fly to space twice, meaning this particular vehicle could be the first Falcon 9 to go into space for a third time. For this mission, SpaceX is using the very first Falcon 9 Block 5 rocket it’s flown, a vehicle that sent up a large communications satellite for Bangladesh in May from Florida.

    The vehicle landed on one of SpaceX’s drone ships after the flight, and the company has since done inspection and refurbishment on the vehicle over the last three months to get it ready for flight again.

    “SpaceX is using the very first Falcon 9 Block 5 rocket it’s flown”

    Eventually, SpaceX hopes to do as little refurbishment on these Block 5 vehicles as possible, if any at all. Limiting the amount of inspection and tweaking needed between re-flights could significantly up the cost savings that SpaceX gets from reusing its rockets.

    Less money is needed if fewer people and materials are needed to turn around the rockets each time. Ultimately, SpaceX hopes to fly each Block 5 vehicle a total of 10 times before any refurbishment is needed. However, since this was the first Block 5 flight, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk noted that inspection was necessary to ensure that these vehicles really do not need refurbishment immediately following a rocket landing.

    “Ironically, we need to take it apart to confirm that it does not need to be taken apart,” Musk said during a press call in May. On Twitter, Musk also indicated that the inspection went well, but that getting down to zero refurbishment may be tough.

    Looks good, but so many details need to be right. Journey back from hypersonic becomes extremely difficult as velocity increases. Altitude is easy, velocity is hard.
    — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 23, 2018

    Tonight’s launch will loft a communications satellite called Merah Putih into a high orbit above Earth. The satellite, which will eventually provide telecommunications services to parts of Indonesia and South Asia, is set to be deployed about 32 minutes after takeoff.

    Following launch, the used Falcon 9 booster will attempt to perform another landing on one of SpaceX’s drone ships in the Atlantic. SpaceX has a two-hour launch window to get this vehicle off the ground starting at 1:18AM ET on Tuesday, August 7th.

    So far, weather looks good, with an 80 percent chance that conditions will be favorable for a launch. SpaceX’s coverage is slated begin about 15 minutes before takeoff. Rocket enthusiasts and night owls should check back then to watch this mission live.

    one of its new powerful Block 5 boosters https://www.theverge.com/2018/5/9/17254384/spacex-falcon-9-block-5-upgrade-rocket-reusability-savings
    Musk said during a press call in May https://www.theverge.com/2018/5/11/17341452/spacex-falcon-9-block-5-launch-landing-success
    July 23, 2018 https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/1021288692655067136?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw
    an 80 percent chance that conditions will be favorable https://www.patrick.af.mil/Portals/14/documents/Weather/L-1%20Forecast%207%20Aug%20Launch.pdf?ver=2018-08-06-082945-040


    https://www.kennedyspacecenter.com/launches-and-events/events-calendar/2018/august/rocket-launch-spacex-merah-putih
    Rocket Launch: August 7, 2018 1:18 AM EDT | SpaceX Falcon 9 Merah Putih
    Aug 07, 2018 August 7, 2018 1:18 AM

    https://www.kennedyspacecenter.com/-/media/DNC/KSCVC/Event-Images/Rocket-Launches/Michael-Seeley-SES-9-2016-Falcon-9-SpaceX_900x6001.ashx?h=600&w=900&la=en&hash=265729CF87586365299D1745A89EF7CCEFB6763E
    Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Space Launch Complex 40 Rocket Launch: August 7, 2018 1:18 AM EDT | SpaceX Falcon 9 Merah Putih

    MISSION

    A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launches Merah Putih to a geostationary transfer orbit (GTO) NET August 2018. The name Merah Putih represents the red and white of the Indonesian flag, and the satellite will improve telecommunications throughout the country, India, and other areas of South and Southeast Asia.

    LAUNCH VIEWING

    Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex offers the closest public viewing of launches, as well as launch commentary, bleacher seating and access to visitor complex exhibits and attractions. Due to the launch window scheduled significantly outside visitor complex operating hours, no launch viewing opportunities are available for SpaceX Falcon 9 Merah Putih.


    https://www.spacex.com/news/2018/08/06/merah-putih-mission
    Merah Putih Mission
    August 06, 2018

    On Tuesday, August 7th at 1:18 a.m. EDT, Falcon 9 successfully lifted off from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida carrying the Merah Putih mission for PT Telkom Indonesia. The satellite was deployed approximately 32 minutes after liftoff into its targeted Geostationary Transfer Orbit (GTO).

    Following stage separation, Falcon 9’s first stage, which previously flew on the first Block 5 mission in May 2018, successfully landed on SpaceX’s “Of Course I Still Love You” droneship stationed in the Atlantic Ocean.

    You can watch a replay of the launch below and find out more about the mission in our press kit. http://www.spacex.com/sites/spacex/files/merahputihpresskit.pdf


    https://www.sslmda.com/html/pressreleases/2018-06-21-Maxar-SSL-ships-first-of-three-advanced-communications-satellites-scheduled-to-launch-on-the-SpaceX-Falcon-9-this-summer.php
    Maxar’s SSL Ships First of Three Advanced Communications Satellites Scheduled to Launch on the SpaceX Falcon 9 This Summer
    20180621

    Commercially driven advances help SSL customers to connect people and transform lives around the world

    PALO ALTO, Calif. – June 21, 2018 – SSL, a Maxar Technologies company (formerly MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd.) (NYSE: MAXR, TSX: MAXR), today announced it shipped the first of three satellites that SSL will deliver to the SpaceX launch base at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida over the next month.

    Driven by commercial advances, the three satellites will bring communications capability to connect people and transform lives around the globe. Telstar 19 VANTAGE, an advanced high throughput satellite (HTS) built for Telesat, one of the world’s leading satellite operators, marks the 50th SSL-built communications satellite to launch this decade.

    It arrived safely at the launch base this week for a launch scheduled next month. Two more SSL communications satellites are scheduled to ship to SpaceX launch base over the next month including a second HTS for Telesat, Telstar 18 VANTAGE, and the Merah Putih satellite (previously known as Telkom-4), for Indonesia’s largest telecommunication and network provider, PT Telkom Indonesia (Persero) Tbk.

    “SSL has a long legacy of leveraging its commercial mindset to provide satellite operators with spacecraft systems that address their requirements and enable global transformation,” said Dario Zamarian, group president, SSL. “The cadence this month of shipping out three satellites for launch demonstrates our ongoing market leadership and commitment to quality, reliability, and performance.”

    Telstar 19 VANTAGE

    Telstar 19 VANTAGE is one of a new generation of Telesat spacecraft designed to serve today’s bandwidth intensive applications. It will support a range of services, including advanced broadband connectivity for consumer, enterprise and mobility users across the Americas and Atlantic from its prime orbital location of 63 degrees West, the same location used today by Telesat’s Telstar 14R.

    Like all Telesat VANTAGE satellites, Telstar 19 VANTAGE combines broad regional beams and powerful HTS spot beams enabling customers to maximize throughput and spectral efficiency while optimizing network performance. Its Ka-band HTS capacity will serve Telesat customers operating in Northern Canada, the Caribbean, the North Atlantic Ocean, and South America.

    Additional Ku-band HTS spot beams will serve growing South American markets in Brazil and the Andean region. Telstar 19 VANTAGE will also bring new Ku-band broadbeam capacity over the North Atlantic Ocean enhancing Telesat’s coverage of this important mobility market.


    Telstar 19 VANTAGE shown in antenna testing at SSL in Palo Alto, Calif, before it was shipped to launch base.
    View Archived Press Releases here. https://www.sslmda.com/html/pressreleases/press_releases.php

    Telstar 18 VANTAGE

    Telstar 18 VANTAGE, the third HTS in Telesat’s global fleet, will be located at 138 degrees East, an ideal position for connecting Asia to the Americas. It will replace and expand on the capabilities of Telesat’s Telstar 18 satellite through its extensive C-band coverage of Asia, its Ku-band HTS spot beams over Indonesia and Malaysia, and its six additional Ku-band regional beams.

    These high performance beams will enable Telstar 18 VANTAGE to meet growing demand for mobility, enterprise networks and telecom services across the Asia region. As previously announced, Telesat has partnered with APT Satellite of Hong Kong in the design and procurement of this spacecraft, which APT calls Apstar-5C.

    “Telesat has worked closely with SSL and the Maxar family of companies for many years and we are pleased to have collaborated with them on our newest Telstar VANTAGE high throughput satellites,” said Dan Goldberg, President and CEO of Telesat.

    “These state-of-the-art spacecraft are going to provide important competitive advantages for our customers across the Americas and Asia. It’s great news that Telstar 19 VANTAGE is now at the launch base and that Telstar 18 VANTAGE is nearly finished and in the queue to ship.”

    Merah Putih

    Merah Putih, a name which represents the red and white of the Indonesian flag, will be integrated into Telkom’s greater telecommunications network to provide service throughout the 17 thousand islands of the Indonesian archipelago, as well as India and other parts of South and Southeast Asia.

    Satellite forms the telecommunications backbone that connects Indonesia, along with other technologies, such as submarine cable. Merah Putih, which was completed ahead of schedule, will replace Telkom-1, at 108 degrees East, where it will expand on Telkom’s coverage to serve new markets.

    Its all C-band payload will enhance both internet and telephone service for populations in remote regions and offload backhaul for cellular service. “Satellite plays a vital role in our telecommunications infrastructure,” said Mr. Mr. Zulhelfi Abidin, Chief Technology Officer of Telkom.

    “SSL has been an excellent spacecraft supplier and has completed the satellite construction ahead of schedule. We look forward to traveling to Florida to see the satellite launch later this summer.”

    About Telesat

    Telesat is a leading global satellite operator, providing reliable and secure satellite-delivered communications solutions worldwide to broadcast, telecom, corporate and government customers. Headquartered in Ottawa, Canada, with offices and facilities around the world, the company’s state-of-the-art fleet consists of 15 GEO satellites, the Canadian payload on ViaSat-1 and one Phase 1 LEO satellite which is the start of Telesat’s planned global LEO satellite constellation that will offer low latency, high throughput broadband services.

    An additional two GEO satellites are scheduled for launch mid-2018. Telesat is also a leading technical consultant providing high value expertise and support to satellite operators, insurers and other industry participants on a global basis. Privately held, Telesat’s principal shareholders are Canada’s Public Sector Pension Investment Board and Loral Space & Communications Inc. (NASDAQ: LORL).

    About Telkom

    PT Telkom Indonesia (Persero) Tbk (“Telkom”) is the largest telecommunications and network provider in Indonesia. The company offers a wide range of network and telecommunication services, including fixed wireline connections, cellular services, network and interconnection services, as well as internet and data communication services.

    Beside telecommunication services, it also operates multimedia businesses such as content and applications, completing its business portfolio which includes Telecommunication, Information, Media, Edutainment and Services (TIMES). Its shares are traded on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (“IDX”) and the New York Stock Exchange (“NYSE”), using the TLKM and TLK tickers, respectively. For more information, please visit http://www.telkom.co.id/en/

    About SSL

    SSL, based in Palo Alto, California, is a leading provider of advanced spacecraft systems, with broad expertise to support commercial and government satellite operators and innovative space missions. The company designs and manufactures spacecraft for services such as direct-to-home television, video content distribution, broadband internet, mobile communications, in-orbit servicing, space exploration, and Earth observation.

    As a Silicon Valley innovator for 60 years, SSL’s advanced product line includes state-of-the-art small satellites, and sophisticated robotics and autonomous solutions for remote operations. SSL is a Maxar Technologies company (NYSE: MAXR; TSX: MAXR). For more information, visit http://www.sslmda.com.

    About Maxar Technologies

    As a global leader of advanced space technology solutions, Maxar Technologies (formerly MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates) is at the nexus of the new space economy, developing and sustaining the infrastructure and delivering the information, services, systems that unlock the promise of space for commercial and government markets.

    As a trusted partner, Maxar Technologies provides vertically-integrated capabilities and expertise including satellites, Earth imagery, robotics, geospatial data and analytics to help customers anticipate and address their most complex mission-critical challenges with confidence.

    With more than 6,500 employees in over 30 global locations, the Maxar Technologies portfolio of commercial space brands includes MDA, SSL, DigitalGlobe and Radiant Solutions. Every day, billions of people rely on Maxar to communicate, share information and data, and deliver insights that Build a Better World. Maxar trades on the Toronto Stock Exchange and New York Stock Exchange as MAXR. For more information, visit http://www.maxar.com.

    Forward-Looking Statements

    This release contains forward-looking statements and information, which reflect the current view of MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd. (“MDA” or the “Company”) with respect to future events and financial performance. The forward-looking statements in this regard include statements regarding the strategic business venture entered into between MDA and its business partner.

    Any such forward-looking statements are based on MDA’s current expectations, estimates, projections and assumptions in light of its experience and its perception of historical trends. The factors and assumptions underlying the forward-looking statements in this release include, but are not limited to, certain contracts not being terminated.

    Any such forward-looking statements are subject to a number of risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from current expectations. MDA cautions readers that should certain risks or uncertainties materialize, or should underlying assumptions prove incorrect, actual results may vary significantly from those expected.

    The risks that could cause actual results to differ from current expectations include, but are not limited to:
    risks associated with executing the parties strategy and plans for securing future commercial customers;
    the introduction of competing technologies; unexpected technical or marketing difficulties;
    unexpected deterioration of economic and financial conditions;
    the imposition of budgetary constraints or deferment of funding for programs in which the Company or its customers participate;
    risks associated with satellite manufacturing, including competition, cyclicality of end-user markets, contractual risks, creditworthiness of customers, performance of suppliers and management of factory and personnel;
    certain customers are highly leveraged and may not fulfil their contractual payment obligations, including vendor financing;
    risks associated with operating satellites and providing satellite services, including satellite construction or launch delays, launch failures, in-orbit failures or impaired satellite performance;
    risk associated with financial factors such as volatility in exchange rates, increases in interest rates and restrictions on access to capital;
    failure of third parties and subcontractors; failure of systems to meet performance requirements;
    failure to anticipate changes in technology, technical standards and offerings or compliance with the requisite standards, or
    failure to maintain technological advances and offer new products to retain customers and market position; and
    other risks including litigation.

    Readers should not place undue reliance on any such forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date they were made. Except as required by law, MDA disclaims any obligation or undertaking to update or revise the information herein.

    For additional information with respect to certain of these risks or factors, plus additional risks or factors, reference should be made to the Company’s continuous disclosure materials filed from time to time with Canadian and U.S. securities regulatory authorities, which are available online under the Company’s SEDAR profile at http://www.sedar.com, under the Company’s EDGAR profile at http://www.sec.gov, or on the Company’s website at http://www.maxar.com.

    Contact

    Wendy Lewis | SSL Media Contact | 1-650-852-5188 | wendy.lewis@sslmda.com
    Marissa Poratto | Maxar Investor Relations | 1-604-331-2044 | marissa.poratto@maxar.com
    Nancy Coleman | Maxar Media Contact | 1-303-684-1674 | nancy.coleman@maxar.com


    http://www.sslmda.com/html/pressreleases/pr20151230.php
    SSL SELECTED AS WINNER OF PROCUREMENT FOR COMMUNICATIONS SATELLITE TO TELKOM, INDONESIA’S LARGEST TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND NETWORK PROVIDER

    PALO ALTO, Calif. – December 30, 2015 — Space Systems Loral (SSL), a leading provider of commercial satellites, today announced that it was selected to provide a communications satellite to PT Telkom Indonesia (Persero) Tbk, the largest telecommunication and network provider in Indonesia.

    SSL was informed last week that it is the winner of the procurement of the TELKOM-4 satellite, which will be used for fixed satellite services in Indonesia, India, and Southeast Asia. “Satellite services are particularly important in regions such as Indonesia where the population is spread over thousands of islands,” said John Celli, president of SSL.

    “For SSL, this is the third satellite for Indonesia that we will add to our backlog and we are honored to play such an important role in expanding the telecommunications infrastructure for the nation and the region.” “Because our country consists of thousands of islands, Indonesia needs satellite technology,” said Alex J Sinaga, president director and chief operating officer of Telkom.

    “Satellite complements our other technologies, such as submarine cable, as the backbone that connects the islands of Indonesia.” The satellite will be based on the highly reliable SSL 1300 platform, which provides the flexibility to support a broad range of applications and technology advances. It is designed to provide service for 15 years or more.

    About Telkom

    PT Telkom Indonesia (Persero) Tbk is the largest telecommunication and network provider in Indonesia. Serving millions of customers nationwide, we provide a strong portfolio of information and communication services, including fixed wireline, mobile cellular, data and internet, and network and interconnection services, directly or through our subsidiaries.

    We have broadened our business portfolio to encompass TIMES – telecommunications, information, media, edutainment and services. Telkom’s shares are listed in the Indonesian Stock Exchange (IDX: TLKM) and its American Depository Shares are listed in the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: TLK).

    About SSL

    Space Systems Loral (SSL), is a leading provider of commercial satellites with broad expertise to support satellite operators and innovative space related missions. The company designs and manufactures spacecraft for services such as direct-to-home television, video content distribution, broadband Internet, mobile communications, and Earth observation.

    As a Silicon Valley innovator for more than 50 years, SSL’s advanced product line also includes state-of-the-art small satellites, and sophisticated robotics and automation solutions for remote operations. For more information, visit http://www.sslmda.com.

    Forward-Looking Statements

    This news release contains forward-looking statements and information, which reflect the current view of Space Systems Loral (SSL) with respect to future events and financial performance. When used in this news release, the words “believes”, “expects”, “plans”, “may”, “will”, “would”, “could”, “should”, “anticipates”, “estimates”, “project”, “intend” or “outlook” or other variations of these words or other similar expressions are intended to identify forward-looking statements and information.

    Actual results may differ materially from the expectations expressed or implied in the forward-looking statements as a result of known and unknown risks and uncertainties.

    Known risks and uncertainties include but are not limited to:
    risks associated with operating satellites and providing satellite services, including satellite construction or launch delays, launch failures, in-orbit failures or impaired satellite performance;
    risks associated with satellite manufacturing, including competition, cyclicality of SSL’s end-user markets, contractual risks, creditworthiness of customers, performance of suppliers and management of SSL’s factory and personnel;
    risk associated with financial factors such as volatility in exchange rates, increases in interest rates, restrictions on access to capital, and swings in global financial markets;
    risks associated with domestic and foreign government regulation, including export controls and economic sanctions; and other risks, including litigation.

    The foregoing list of important factors is not exhaustive. The information contained in this news release reflects SSL’s beliefs, assumptions, intentions, plans and expectations as of the date of this news release. Except as required by law, SSL disclaims any obligation or undertaking to update or revise the information herein.

    1. # #

    Media Contact:

    SSL
    Wendy Lewis
    Director of Communications
    Wendy.Lewis@sslmda.com
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    Wettlauf um Raketentechnik “Die Amerikaner wollen Europa aus dem Weltraum kicken”
    Race for Rocket Technology “Americans want to kick Europe out of space”

    Mit Milliardenaufwand entwickelt Europa die neue “Ariane 6”- Rakete. Aber das amerikanische Pendant SpaceX ist viel billiger. Alain Charmeau, Chef der Ariane Group, erklärt, wie die Amerikaner das schaffen – und setzt ein Ultimatum.
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    With billions of euros, Europe is developing the new “Ariane 6” rocket. But the American counterpart SpaceX is much cheaper. Alain Charmeau, head of the Ariane Group, explains how Americans make it – and sets an ultimatum.
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    Ein Interview von Christoph Seidler
    An interview by Christoph Seidler


    Modell einer “Ariane 6” auf der Luft- und Raumfahrtmesse ILA in Berlin (April 2018)
    Model of an “Ariane 6” at the Aerospace Fair ILA in Berlin (April 2018)

    Freitag, 18.05.2018 10:52 Uhr
    Friday, 18.05.2018 10:52

    Weißer Rauch stieg im Januar auf über Lampoldshausen. In einem baden-württembergischen Teststand des Deutschen Zentrums für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR) zündeten Ingenieure damals das mächtige Raketentriebwerk “Vulcain 2.1” zum ersten Mal. Bei einer Reihe von Tests sollten seine Eigenschaften genau geprüft werden.
    White smoke rose over Lampoldshausen in January. In a test stand of the German Aerospace Center (DLR) in Baden-Württemberg, engineers set fire to the powerful rocket engine “Vulcain 2.1” for the first time. In a series of tests, its properties should be closely examined.

    Mit einer Schubkraft von 130 Tonnen soll das teils im 3D-Drucker gefertigte Aggregat dabei helfen, die zukünftige “Ariane 6”-Rakete ins All zu bringen. An ihr arbeiten Europas Staaten derzeit mit Milliardenaufwand – um die zuverlässige, aber nicht mehr wettbewerbsfähige “Ariane 5” abzulösen.
    With a thrust of 130 tons, the unit, which is partly manufactured in a 3D printer, will help to launch the future “Ariane 6” rocket into space. Europe’s states are currently working on it with billions of efforts – to replace the reliable but no longer competitive “Ariane 5”.

    Gefertigt werden die neuen Raketen unter anderem in Bremen und in der Nähe von Paris, abheben sollen sie dann vom Weltraumbahnhof Kourou in Französisch-Guyana. Dort entsteht derzeit die neue Startrampe. In zwei Jahren soll es von dort aus den Jungfernflug geben.
    The new rockets are manufactured in Bremen and near Paris, and will then take off from the Kourou spaceport in French Guiana. There is currently the new launch pad. In two years, it will give the maiden flight from there.


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    SpaceX: Rakete startet mit Tesla ins All
    SpaceX: Rocket launches with Tesla into space

    Doch die “Ariane 6” hat ein Problem: Sie ist im Vergleich mit der amerikanischen Konkurrenz zu teuer. Konkret geht es um die Raketen des – von der US-Regierung kräftig unterstützten – Privatunternehmens SpaceX. Die sind – gebraucht – für etwa 50 Millionen Dollar pro Start zu haben. Es ist ein Preis, den die “Ariane 6” unter keinen Umständen erreichen kann, selbst wenn – wie versprochen – die Kosten im Vergleich zur “Ariane 5” halbiert werden.
    But the “Ariane 6” has a problem: it is too expensive compared to the American competition. Specifically, it is about the rockets of the – strongly supported by the US government – private company SpaceX. They are – used – for about 50 million dollars per start to have. It is a price that the Ariane 6 can never reach, even if, as promised, the cost is halved compared to the Ariane 5.

    SpaceX-Chef Elon Musk hat außerdem in Aussicht gestellt, dass die Startkosten mit der neuesten Version seiner “Falcon 9”-Rakete (“Block 5”) sogar noch einmal kräftig sinken werden. Was also soll Europa tun? Von den Billigangeboten der Amerikaner profitieren – auch auf die Gefahr hin, dass die irgendwann enden? Oder mit Milliardenaufwand einen eigenen Zugang zum All behalten?
    SpaceX boss Elon Musk has also announced that the launch costs will even drop sharply with the latest version of his “Falcon 9” (“Block 5”) rocket. So what should Europe do? Benefit from the cheap offers of the Americans – even at the risk that someday will end? Or, with billions of dollars, keep your own access to space?

    Alain Charmeau ist Chef der Ariane Group. Im Interview erklärt er, dass Musk seine Kampfpreise aus seiner Sicht nur dank massiver Hilfe aus Washington anbieten kann – und welche Probleme sich die Europäer dadurch einhandeln können. Ob seine Argumente Europas Staats- und Regierungschefs überzeugen, wird sich zeigen. Nur wenn sie der “Ariane 6” einen Grundstock von Einsätzen garantierten, würde die Rakete auch wirklich in Serie gebaut, so Charmeau.
    Alain Charmeau is the boss of the Ariane Group. In an interview, he explains that from his point of view Musk can only offer his fight prizes thanks to massive help from Washington – and what problems the Europeans can get involved with. Whether his arguments will convince European leaders, will show. Only if they could guarantee the “Ariane 6” a foundation of operations, the rocket would really be built in series, so Charmeau.

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    Alain Charmeau ist Chef der Ariane Group. Das Unternehmen, ein Joint-Venture von Airbus und Safran mit 9000 Mitarbeitern, ist für den Bau der “Ariane”-Rakete verantwortlich. Der Franzose arbeitet seit 2005 für den Airbus-Konzern, davor war er beim europäischen Rüstungsunternehmen MBDA. Charmeau hat an der Elitehochschule École Nationale Supérieure d’Arts et Métiers in Paris und dem California Institute of Technology in Pasadena studiert.
    Alain Charmeau is the boss of the Ariane Group. The company, a joint venture of Airbus and Safran with 9,000 employees, is responsible for the construction of the “Ariane” rocket. The Frenchman has been working for the Airbus Group since 2005, before joining the European defense company MBDA. Charmeau studied at the elite high school École Nationale Supérieure d ‘Arts et Métiers in Paris and the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena.

    SPIEGEL ONLINE: Die neue “Ariane 6”-Rakete soll im Juli 2020 das erste Mal starten. Kriegen Sie das hin?
    SPIEGEL ONLINE: The new “Ariane 6” rocket is scheduled to launch in July 2020 for the first time. Can you do that?

    Charmeau: Ja. Wir liegen im Plan.
    Charmeau: Yes. We are on schedule.

    SPIEGEL ONLINE: Damit das Projekt kein Rohrkrepierer wird, brauchen Sie Unterstützung. Europas Regierungen sollen sich verpflichten, eine bestimmte Menge an Raketen zu kaufen. Welche Zusagen haben Sie mittlerweile?
    SPIEGEL ONLINE: So that the project does not become a piper, you need support. Europe’s governments should commit to buy a certain amount of rockets. What commitments do you have meanwhile?

    Charmeau: Der erste Start ist mit dem Entwicklungsvertrag finanziert. Jetzt brauchen wir Kunden für Starts Nummer zwei, drei und so weiter. Immerhin eine Bestellung haben wir schon von der EU-Kommission erhalten.
    Charmeau: The first start is funded with the development contract. Now we need customers for launches number two, three and so on. After all, we have already received an order from the European Commission.

    SPIEGEL ONLINE: Dort will man zwei Raketen für “Galileo”-Navigationssatelliten kaufen.
    SPIEGEL ONLINE: There they want to buy two missiles for “Galileo” navigation satellites.

    Charmeau: Nach unseren Plänen brauchen wir insgesamt fünf Starts im Jahr 2021 und acht im Jahr 2022. Ein Teil davon muss von den Regierungen oder der EU-Kommission abgenommen werden.
    Charmeau: According to our plans, we need a total of five launches in 2021 and eight in 2022. Part of this needs to be done by the governments or the EU Commission.

    SPIEGEL ONLINE: Was stellen Sie sich konkret vor?
    SPIEGEL ONLINE: What do you imagine?

    Charmeau: Wir denken an insgesamt vier “Galileo”-Starts, dazu eine Sonde der Esa, außerdem je eine deutsche und eine französische Regierungsmission. Wir brauchen ein klares Signal, dass wir mit der Produktion der weiteren Raketen anfangen können. Und wir brauchen insgesamt sieben Verträge für garantierte Starts. Bis Ende Juni.
    Charmeau: We are thinking of a total of four “Galileo” launches, plus a probe from the Esa, plus one German and one French government mission. We need a clear signal that we can start producing the other rockets. And we need a total of seven contracts for guaranteed launches. Till the end of June.

    SPIEGEL ONLINE: Das klingt sportlich. Und warum ausgerechnet bis Ende Juni?
    SPIEGEL ONLINE: That sounds sporty. And why just until the end of June?


    “Ariane 6” Rakete
    “Ariane 6” rocket

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    Charmeau: Weil die Produktion der ersten Rakete schon läuft. Unsere Fabriken, unsere Teams brauchen jetzt weitere Aufträge, um die Arbeit fortzusetzen. Der zweite Start der “Ariane 6” soll ja schon Ende 2020 oder Anfang 2021 stattfinden, je nach Kundenwunsch. Das ist in weniger als drei Jahren.
    Charmeau: Because the production of the first rocket is already running. Our factories, our teams now need more orders to continue their work. The second launch of the “Ariane 6” should already take place in late 2020 or early 2021, depending on customer requirements. That’s in less than three years.

    SPIEGEL ONLINE: Was passiert, wenn Sie die Verträge bis Ende Juni nicht haben?
    SPIEGEL ONLINE: What happens if you do not have the contracts until the end of June?

    Charmeau: Ohne Verträge müssten wir die Produktion anhalten.
    Charmeau: Without contracts, we would have to stop production.

    Teuer für Washington, billig für Europa – aber warum?
    Expensive for Washington, cheap for Europe – but why?

    SPIEGEL ONLINE: Sie sagen, dass Sie Regierungsaufträge brauchen, um die Produktion aufrechtzuerhalten. Gleichzeitig startet die deutsche Bundeswehr ihre “SARah”-Aufklärungssatelliten auf Raketen der US-Firma SpaceX. Wie passt das zusammen?
    SPIEGEL ONLINE: You say that you need government contracts to maintain production. At the same time, the German Bundeswehr is launching its “SARah” reconnaissance satellites on rockets of the US company SpaceX. How does it fit together?

    Charmeau: Deutschland gibt viel Geld für die “Ariane 6” aus und hat seinen Anteil um 20 Prozent im Vergleich zum Vorgänger “Ariane 5” erhöht. Ich bin überzeugt, dass die deutsche Regierung Interesse an der Auslastung der Werke in ihrem Land hat. Deswegen wird man Satelliten – für den Verteidigungsbereich und andere – mit unseren “Ariane” und “Vega”-Raketen starten.
    Charmeau: Germany spends a lot of money on the “Ariane 6” and has increased its share by 20 percent compared to its predecessor “Ariane 5”. I am convinced that the German government is interested in the utilization of the plants in their country. That’s why satellites – for defense and others – will be launched with our “Ariane” and “Vega” missiles.

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    Elon Musk’s “Falcon Heavy” rocket: Welcome to the future

    SPIEGEL ONLINE: Selbst bei militärisch sensiblen Satelliten macht Deutschland das eben nicht.
    SPIEGEL ONLINE: Even with militarily sensitive satellites Germany does not do that.

    Charmeau: Aber in Zukunft machen sie es vielleicht.
    Charmeau: But in the future they might do it.

    SPIEGEL ONLINE: Einstweilen ist SpaceX preiswerter.
    SPIEGEL ONLINE: Meanwhile SpaceX is cheaper.

    Charmeau: Entschuldigung, aber das stimmt nicht. Man sollte sich fragen, warum SpaceX der US-Regierung pro Start 100 Millionen Dollar in Rechnung stellt, Starts für europäische Kunden aber viel billiger anbietet. Warum machen die das?
    Charmeau: Sorry, but that’s not true. One should ask why SpaceX bills the US government $ 100 million per launch, but launches much cheaper for European customers. Why are they doing that?

    SPIEGEL ONLINE: Weil sie so Starts für kommerzielle Kunden – wie auch die deutsche Regierung – billiger anbieten können.
    SPIEGEL ONLINE: Because they can offer such launches for commercial customers – as well as the German government – cheaper.

    Charmeau: Sie machen das, um Europa aus dem Weltraum zu kicken. Und die Öffentlichkeit und unsere Politiker sollten das wissen. Es geht um die Frage, ob Europa auch morgen noch im Weltraum aktiv ist. Unsere US-Freunde unterstützen das nicht wirklich. Ich unterschreibe auf der Stelle Verträge mit europäischen Regierungen für 100 Millionen Dollar pro Start. Das ist der Preis, den SpaceX von der eigenen Regierung verlangt. Wenn aber Deutschland Starts partout billiger einkaufen will, profitiert davon unser US-Wettbewerber.
    Charmeau: You do that to kick Europe out of space. And the public and our politicians should know that. It is about the question of whether Europe will still be active in space tomorrow. Our US friends do not really support that. I am signing contracts with European governments for $ 100 million per launch. That is the price that SpaceX demands from its own government. If, however, Germany wants to start shopping cheaper, our US competitor benefits from it.

    “Heute kennt er Ihre Amazon-Bestellungen, morgen fährt er Ihr Auto”
    “Today he knows your Amazon orders, tomorrow he drives your car”

    SPIEGEL ONLINE: Warum soll eine Regierung mehr Geld für einen Start ausgeben, als sie muss? Man kann mit dem Geld auch Straßen und Brücken bauen oder Schulen sanieren.
    SPIEGEL ONLINE: Why should a government spend more money on a start than it has to? You can also use the money to build roads and bridges or rehabilitate schools.

    Charmeau: Der einfachste Grund: Es schafft Arbeitsplätze in Deutschland. Und diese Firmen und ihre Mitarbeiter zahlen Steuern, die im deutschen Haushalt landen. Ich bin ziemlich sicher, dass Angestellte von SpaceX nichts ans deutsche Finanzamt zahlen. Und es geht noch um mehr.
    Charmeau: The simplest reason: It creates jobs in Germany. And these companies and their employees pay taxes that end up in the German budget. I am pretty sure that SpaceX employees pay nothing to the German tax office. And it’s about more.

    SPIEGEL ONLINE: Und zwar?
    SPIEGEL ONLINE: And that?

    Charmeau: Es geht um die Geschäfte der Zukunft. Warum investieren denn all die Milliardäre in den Weltraum? Warum kommt auch Jeff Bezos nach Deutschland und erklärt, dass das Land nicht in den Weltraum gehen sollte? Er macht Geld mit Ihren persönlichen Daten. Heute kennt er Ihre Amazon-Bestellungen, morgen fährt er Ihr Auto.
    Charmeau: It’s about the business of the future. Why are all the billionaires investing in space? Why is Jeff Bezos coming to Germany too and declaring that the country should not go into space? He makes money with your personal information. Today he knows your Amazon orders, tomorrow he drives your car.

    SPIEGEL ONLINE: Das wird er wohl sowieso machen. Wir haben uns in vielen Feldern doch längst von unseren Daten verabschiedet. Ich zeichne dieses Gespräch gerade mit einem iPhone auf. Da habe ich meine Daten doch längst abgegeben.
    SPIEGEL ONLINE: He’ll probably do that anyway. We have long since said goodbye to our data in many fields. I’m just recording this conversation with an iPhone. Since I have given my data but long ago.

    Charmeau: Sollten wir nicht wenigstens versuchen, um Eigenständigkeit zu kämpfen? Wir haben noch immer eine Industrie für Raketen und Satelliten, die weltweit absolut vorn dabei ist. Sollten wir das aufgeben?
    Charmeau: Should not we at least try to fight for independence? We still have an industry for rockets and satellites that is absolutely in the lead worldwide. Should we give that up?

    SPIEGEL ONLINE: Umgekehrt gefragt: Warum sollten wir es partout behalten?
    SPIEGEL ONLINE: Conversely asked: Why should we keep it partout?

    Charmeau: Da sind als Erstes die wirtschaftlichen Gründe. Es wird in der Zukunft einen riesigen Markt zur Auswertung von Weltraumdaten geben, für das Internet der Dinge, autonome Autos und so weiter. Es gibt aber auch strategische Gründe. Deutschland und Frankreich wollen beim Bau eines zukünftigen Kampfflugzeugs zusammenarbeiten. Solch ein Flugzeug fliegt nicht ohne Weltraumtechnik. Das dürfen wir nicht aufgeben.
    Charmeau: First there are the economic reasons. There will be a huge market for the evaluation of space data in the future, for the Internet of Things, autonomous cars and so on. But there are also strategic reasons. Germany and France want to work together to build a future fighter plane. Such a plane does not fly without space technology. We can not give that up.

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    Spacecraft “IXV”: Before the hot hell ride

    SPIEGEL ONLINE: Ein Grund dafür, dass SpaceX seine Starts so billig anbieten kann, ist auch, dass die Firma auf Wiederverwendbarkeit setzt. Wann kehrt die erste “Ariane”-Raketenstufe sanft zur Erde zurück, damit sie wiederverwendet werden kann?
    SPIEGEL ONLINE: One of the reasons that SpaceX can offer its launches so cheaply is that the company relies on reusability. When does the first “Ariane” rocket stage gently return to Earth so it can be reused?

    Charmeau: Der Grund, warum SpaceX auf dem kommerziellen Markt billiger sind, hat nichts mit Wiederverwendbarkeit zu tun. Entscheidend ist nur, dass sie ihrer eigenen Regierung 100 Millionen Dollar pro Start berechnen. Und ich bin bereit, das auch so zu machen.
    Charmeau: The reason SpaceX is cheaper on the commercial market has nothing to do with reusability. The only thing that matters is that they charge their own government $ 100 million per launch. And I’m ready to do that too.

    SPIEGEL ONLINE: Nichtsdestotrotz sagt SpaceX, dass sie ihre Raketen auch durch die Wiederverwendbarkeit billig anbieten können.
    SPIEGEL ONLINE: Nonetheless, SpaceX says they can offer their rockets cheaply through reusability.

    Charmeau: Woher wissen Sie das? Kennen Sie deren echte Kostenstruktur?
    Charmeau: How do you know that? Do you know their real cost structure?

    SPIEGEL ONLINE: Für mich als Kunde ist es jedenfalls billiger, meinen Satelliten auf einer gebrauchten SpaceX zu fliegen als auf einer “Ariane”.
    SPIEGEL ONLINE: For me as a customer it is certainly cheaper to fly my satellite on a used SpaceX than on an “Ariane”.

    Charmeau: Weil die Firma Ihrer Regierung zu viel Geld abknöpft.
    Charmeau: Because the company is over-spending too much money on your government.

    SPIEGEL ONLINE: Das haben Sie jetzt schon mehrmals gesagt.
    SPIEGEL ONLINE: You have already said that several times.

    Charmeau: SpaceX hat einen Markt an garantierten Starts für die Regierung, der vielleicht zehn Mal so groß ist wie für uns in Europa. Da kann man dann für den Rest leicht die Wiederverwendbarkeit in den Vordergrund stellen.
    Charmeau: SpaceX has a guaranteed startup market for the government, maybe ten times the size of ours in Europe. Since then you can easily put the reusability in the foreground for the rest.

    “Ich kann meinen Teams nicht sagen: ‘Tschüs, dann bis nächstes Jahr’!”
    “I can not tell my teams: ‘Bye, then see you next year!’

    SPIEGEL ONLINE: Sie haben auch mal gesagt, dass sich Wiederverwendbarkeit für Europa gar nicht lohnen würde. Wie das?
    SPIEGEL ONLINE: You also said that reusability would not be worthwhile for Europe. As the?

    Charmeau: Nehmen wir mal an, wir hätten zehn garantierte Starts pro Jahr in Europa und würden eine Rakete haben, die man zehnmal wiederverwenden kann – dann würden wir genau eine Rakete pro Jahr bauen. Das ergibt keinen Sinn. Ich kann meinen Teams nicht sagen: ‘Tschüs, dann bis nächstes Jahr’!
    Charmeau: Let’s say we have ten guaranteed launches a year in Europe and have a rocket that you can reuse ten times – then we would build exactly one rocket a year. That does not make sense. I can not tell my teams: ‘Bye, then until next year’!

    SPIEGEL ONLINE: Wie viele Starts bräuchte Sie denn, damit sich Wiederverwendbarkeit für Sie lohnt?
    SPIEGEL ONLINE: How many starts would you need, so that reusability is worthwhile for you?

    Charmeau: Das sehen wir uns gerade an. Vielleicht etwa 30 Starts pro Jahr. Wir müssen uns aber immer fragen, ob sich diese Technologien für uns rechnen. Aber wir bereiten das auf jeden Fall vor. Zum Beispiel ist unser zukünftiges “Prometheus”-Triebwerk wiederverwendbar. Wir arbeiten auch an der Technologie, eine Raketenstufe zu bergen und wieder zu benutzen. Wir wollen bereit sein.
    Charmeau: That’s just what we’re looking at. Maybe about 30 starts a year. But we always have to ask ourselves, if these technologies pay off for us. But we definitely prepare it. For example, our future “Prometheus” engine is reusable. We are also working on the technology of retrieving and reusing a rocket stage. We want to be ready.

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    SpaceX: Rakete startet mit Tesla ins All
    SpaceX: Rocket launches with Tesla into space

    06.02.2018


    Nach jahrelanger Verzögerung ist die “Falcon Heavy” des privaten Weltraumunternehmens SpaceX am Dienstag von Cape Canaveral aus auf einen Testflug ins All gestartet.
    After years of delay, the “Falcon Heavy” of the private space company SpaceX launched on Tuesday from Cape Canaveral on a test flight into space.


    Nach rund 70 Kilometern Flug wurden die Antriebsraketen der ersten Zündstufe unter dem Jubel Zehntausender Schaulustiger abgekoppelt.
    After about 70 kilometers of flight, the propulsion rockets of the first firing stage were decoupled under the cheers of tens of thousands of onlookers.


    Der Bau der Rakete dauerte zwar länger als gedacht, dafür ist die “Falcon Heavy” nach Angaben des Unternehmens die weltweit größte Rakete in derzeitigem Betrieb.
    The construction of the rocket took longer than expected, but is the “Falcon Heavy” according to the company, the world’s largest rocket in the current operation.


    An Bord hat die Rakete aber nicht etwa wissenschaftliche Ausstattung, sondern einen kirschroten Tesla-Sportwagen. Der stammt aus dem Fuhrpark von SpaceX-Chef Elon Musk.
    On board, the rocket but not about scientific equipment, but a cherry-red Tesla sports car. The comes from the fleet of SpaceX boss Elon Musk.


    Musk ist für seine persönliche Note bei Großprojekten bekannt: 2015 benannte er zwei Landeplattformen für Raketen zu Ehren eines Scifi-Autoren: “Read the instructions” und “Of course I still love you”. Das waren auch die Namen zweier Raumschiffe in der Scifi-Geschichte “Das Spiel Azad”.
    Musk is known for his personal touch on major projects: in 2015, he named two landing platforms for rockets in honor of a scifi writer: “Read the instructions” and “Of course I still love you”. These were also the names of two spaceships in the scifi story “The Game Azad”.


    Die Startrampe 39A am Cape Canaveral ist historisch: Von hier hoben einst die Apollo-Mondraketen der Nasa ab, später dann die Space Shuttles. Nun auch die “Falcon Heavy”.
    The launch pad 39A at Cape Canaveral is historic: From here, once the Nasa Apollo moon rockets took off, later the space shuttles. Now also the “Falcon Heavy”.


    Vor dem Start der Rakete gab sich SpaceX- und Tesla-Chef Musk gelassen: “Es wird ein großartiger Raketenstart – oder das beste Feuerwerk aller Zeiten.” Auch ein “großer Knall” könne ihn nicht aus der Fassung bringen. Mit Raketenunfällen hat Musk Erfahrung: Zuletzt explodierte ein Gefährt der Reihe “Falcon 9” bei einem Zündversuch.
    Before launching the rocket, SpaceX and Tesla boss Musk said, “It’s going to be a great rocket launch – or the best fireworks ever!” Even a “big bang” could not upset him. With rocket crashes Musk has experience: Recently exploded a vehicle of the series “Falcon 9” in a detonation attempt.


    Musks langfristiger Plan ist es, mithilfe seiner Raketen die Siedlung von Menschen auf dem Mars möglich zu machen. Um diesen Plan umzusetzen, arbeite SpaceX derzeit an einer elementaren Rakete seines interplanetaren Transportsystems: der BFR.
    Musk’s long-term plan is to use his missiles to make possible the settlement of people on Mars. To implement this plan, SpaceX is currently working on an elementary rocket of its interplanetary transport system: the BFR.


    Der rote Tesla Roadster an Bord dient natürlich vor allem Marketingzwecken. Der Wagen wurde ausgesetzt, er soll auf einer Flugbahn Richtung Mars fliegen. Eine Puppe (Spitzname “Starman”) in einem Astronautenanzug sitzt am Steuer. Außerdem sind Kameras an das Auto montiert, eine davon machte diese spektakuläre Aufnahme.
    The red Tesla Roadster on board is of course primarily for marketing purposes. The car was suspended, he is to fly on a trajectory towards Mars. A doll (nicknamed “Starman”) in an astronaut suit sits at the wheel. In addition, cameras are mounted on the car, one of which made this spectacular shot.


    Mit “Starman” spielt Elon Musk natürlich auf das Lied von David Bowie an. Im SpaceX-Livestream war zwischenzeitlich auch Bowies Hit “Life on Mars?” zu hören. Auf der Anzeige im Cockpit des Teslas stand “Don’t panic”. Außerdem postete Musk auf Instagram ein Bild von einer Platine im Inneren des Autos. Dort stand: “Made on earth by humans” – “Hergestellt auf der Erde von Menschen”.
    With “Starman” Elon Musk naturally plays the song of David Bowie. In the meantime, the SpaceX livestream also had Bowie’s hit “Life on Mars?” to listen. On the display in the cockpit of the Teslas was “Do not panic”. In addition, Musk posted a picture on Instagram of a board inside the car. It read: “Made on earth by humans” – “Made on earth by humans”.


    Einsatz erledigt, die beiden Booster-Raketen des “Heavy Falcon” landen punktgenau am Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
    Mission accomplished, the two heavy rocket boosters land at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.



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    Satelit Merah Putih pada posisinya yang siap diluncurkan di Cape Canaveral, Florida, Amerika Serikat, Senin (6/8). Satelit milik PT. Telkom Tbk., itu diluncurkan pada Selasa (7/8) dini hari waktu setempat. ANTARA FOTO/Saptono
    Roket yang membawa Satelit Merah Putih sudah pernah digunakan pada Mei tahun lalu.

    Suara.com – Satelit Merah Putih, pada Selasa (7/8/2018), sukses dikirim ke antariksa oleh roket Falcon 9 milik SpaceX, perusahaan antariksa Amerika Serikat. Diluncurkan dari Space Launch Complex 40 di Cape Canaveral, Florida, Amerika Serikat sekitar pukul 1.18 dini hari waktu setempat, satelit itu tiba di orbit transfer geostationer sekitar 32 menit setelah meninggalkan Bumi.

    Satelit Merah Putih akan berfungsi sebagai satelit komunikasi dan melengkapi dua satelit lain milik Telkom yang saat ini sudah beroperasi.

    Berikut adalah beberapa fakta unik di balik Satelit Merah Putih:

    1. Tak hanya untuk Indonesia

    Satelit Merah Putih, terang Telkom dalam situs resminya, membawa 60 transponder aktif yang terdiri dari 24 transponder C-Band dan 12 transponder Extended C-Band yang akan melayani bukan saja Indonesia, tetapi juga seluruh kawasan Asia Tenggara.

    Selain itu, Satelit Merah Putih juga membopong 24 transponder C-Band yang akan menjangkau kawasan Asia Selatan.

    Dibandingkan dengan satelit Telkom lain, semisal Telkom 3S yang diluncurkan tahun lalu, Satelit Merah Putih memang memiliki kapasitas lebih besar. Telkom 3S misalnya hanya membawa 42 transponder dengan layanan yang mencakup kawasan Asia Tenggara hingga Papua Nugini saja.

    2. Lebih murah

    Dibandingkan dengan pendahulunya, Telkom 3S, biaya pembuatan dan pengiriman Satelit Merah Putih ke orbitnya memang lebih murah. Telkom 3S dibopong ke orbitnya oleh roket Ariane 5 ECA VA235 milik Arianespace Europe dari Guiana Space Center, Kourou, Guyana Perancis pada Februari 2017 lalu.

    Pembuatan dan pengiriman satelit Telkom 3S menghabiskan dana 215 juta dolar AS. Sementara Satelit Merah Putih, yang dibuat oleh SSL, perusahaan spesialis pembuatan satelit asal Amerika Serikat dan diluncurkan oleh Falcon 9 milik SpaceX. Biaya yang dihabiskan cuma 166 juta dolar AS.

    3. Diangkut roket bekas

    Satelit Merah Putih dikirim menuju rumah barunya, di slot orbit 108 derajat Bujur Timur (108 BT) yang berjarak 35.400 kilometer dari permukaan Bumi, oleh roket Falcon 9 Block 5 milik SpaceX, perusahaan antariksa besutan Elon Musk. Uniknya Satelit Merah Putih menjadi kargo pertama SpaceX yang diangkut dengan roket bekas, karena Falcon 9 Block 5 sebelumnya sudah pernah mengangkut satelit Bangabandhu milik Banglades pada Mei kemarin.

    Inilah yang menjelaskan mengapa biaya pengiriman Satelit Merah Putih ke orbit bisa lebih murah ketimbang menggunakan roket konvensional yang hanya bisa digunakan satu kali saja. SpaceX sendiri berencana kembali menggunakan Falcon 9 untuk ketiga kalinya, setelah roket itu berhasil mendarat di atas sebuah kapal nirawak di permukaan Laut Atlantik hanya 8 menit setelah meluncur memikul Satelit Merah Putih.


    https://www.suara.com/tekno/2018/08/07/182205/satelit-merah-putih-sukses-diluncurkan-ke-orbit
    Satelit Merah Putih Sukses Diluncurkan ke Orbit
    Liberty Jemadu
    Selasa, 07 Agustus 2018 | 18:22 WIB


    Roket Falcon 9 milik Space X meluncur membawa Satelit Merah Putih ke orbit Bumi pada Selasa (7/8) dari Cape Canaveral, Florida, AS. [Antara/Saptono]
    Satelit Merah Putih milik Telkom diantar ke antariksa oleh roket Falcon 9 milik SpaceX.

    Suara.com – Satelit Merah Putih milik Telkom, pada Selasa (7/8/2018), sukses diantar ke orbit oleh roket Falcon 9 milik perusahaan antariksa Amerika Serikat, SpaceX. Satelit itu diluncurkan Falcon 9 dari Space Launch Complex 40 di Cape Canaveral, Florida, Amerika Serikat sekitar pukul 1.18 dini hari waktu setempat.

    Falcon 9 sukses mengantar Satelit Merah Putih, sebuah satelit komunikasi yang akan melayani wilayah Indonesia dan beberapa negara di Asia Selatan dan Asia Tenggara, setelah sekitar 32 menit diluncurkan dari Bumi. “Sukses meluncurkan Merah Putih ke orbit transfer geostationer,” kicau SpaceX di akun Twitter resminya pada Selasa siang waktu Indonesia.

    Satelit Merah Putih, terang Telkom dalam situs resminya, membawa 60 transponder aktif yang terdiri dari 24 transponder C-Band dan 12 transponder Extended C-Band yang akan melayani wilayah Asia Tenggara. Satelit itu juga membawa 24 transponder C-Band yang akan menjangkau kawasan Asia Selatan.

    Pembangunan Satelit Merah Putih melibatkan SSL, perusahaan spesialis pembuatan satelit asal Amerika Serikat. Satelit ini mengandalkan platform SSL 1300 dengan usia desain 16 tahun.


    https://www.suara.com/foto/2018/08/07/171339/satelit-merah-putih-berhasil-meluncur-ke-angkasa
    Satelit Merah Putih Berhasil Meluncur ke Angkasa
    Muhaimin A Untung
    Selasa, 07 Agustus 2018 | 17:13 WIB


    Roket Falcon 9 membawa Satelit Merah Putih pada peluncuran di Cape Canaveral, Florida, Amerika Serikat, Senin (6/8). Satelit milik PT. Telkom Tbk., itu berhasil mengudara dan akan menempati orbitnya sekitar 11 hari mendatang atau pada 18 Agustus 2018. ANTARA FOTO/Saptono


    Roket Falcon 9 yang membawa Satelit Merah Putih siap meluncur dari Cape Canaveral, Florida, Amerika Serikat, saat dilihat melalui monitor dari ruang gedung Telkom Landmark, di Jakarta, Senin (6/8). Satelit milik PT. Telkom Tbk., itu berhasil mengudara dan akan menempati orbitnya sekitar 11 hari mendatang atau pada 18 Agustus 2018. ANTARA FOTO/Audy Alwi


    https://tirto.id/telkom-harap-satelit-merah-putih-bisa-jadi-global-digital-hub-cQNS
    Telkom Harap Satelit Merah Putih Bisa Jadi Global Digital Hub
    Ahmad Zaenudin – 7 Agustus 2018
    Editor: Yandri Daniel Damaledo

    Melalui peluncuran Satelit Merah Putih, Telkom berharap bisa untuk menopang ekspansi global Telkom yang menurut Alex ingin menjadi “global digital hub.”.

    tirto.id – Satelit Telkom-4 alias Satelit Merah Putih milik PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia Tbk (Telkom) diluncurkan hari ini, Selasa (7/8/2018) dari Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) di Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, Amerika Serikat. Peluncuran tersebut berlangsung sekitar pukul 12.18 WIB atau dini hari waktu Amerika Serikat, dengan menumpang roket Falcon 9 dari SpaceX.

    Alex Sinaga, Direktur Utama Telkom mengatakan, peluncuran Merah Putih tersebut, secara tersirat diakui untuk menopang ekspansi global Telkom yang menurut Alex ingin menjadi “global digital hub.” “Kami punya kantor di Los Angeles. Kami punya data center bukan hanyadi Indonesia, tapi Hongkong, Singapura dan Timor leste,” tegasnya.

    Merah Putih merupakan satelit yang dibuat Space System/Loral (SSL), yang termasuk jenis fixed satellite service. Merujuk laman resmi SSL, satelit jenis ini umum digunakan untuk mendistribusikan konten televisi dan komunikasi. Secara teknis, Merah Putih memiliki 60 transponder.

    Ricky Kusnandar, Satellite Ground Control System Manager Telkom, menuturkan bahwa, 60 transponder tersebut terbagi ke dalam 24 transponder berkekuatan 36 MHz Std-C Band dan 12 transponder berkekuatan 36 MHz Ext-C Band yang mengarah ke Asia Tenggara serta 24 transponder berkekuatan 36 MHz

    Std-C Band yang mengarah ke Asia Selatan.

    Alex dalam sambutannya sebelum peluncuran mengatakan bahwa, perusahaan yang memiliki pendapatan hingga 6 miliar dolar AS itu mengalami perubahan seiring perkembangan zaman. “10 tahun lalu Telkom hanya telepon dan sms, tapi sekarang berubah.

    Telkom pun berubah jadi digital telco company. Kami harus meningkatkan kemampuan kita, layanan personal, layanan korporasi, dan juga melakukan pengembangan usaha,” ucap Alex. Peluncuran satelit Merah Putih juga diakui dibutuhkan Telkom guna menopang perkembangan tersebut.

    Selain itu, peluncuran Merah Putih dilakukan guna memudahkan Telkom memberikan layanannya pada seluruh masyarakat Indonesia. Dalam paparannya, Telkom memiliki 93 ribu kilometer kabel optik bawah laut hanya untuk keperluan domestik dan 65 ribu kilometer kabel optik bawah laut guna menghubungkan Indonesia dengan dunia internasional, khususnya melalui jalur Pasifik.

    “Inilah seberapa besar atau seberapa sulitnya menghubungkan seluruh negeri yang dilakukan Telkom,” akunya.

    Link Live Streaming Satelit Merah Putih yang Diluncurkan Hari Ini https://tirto.id/link-live-streaming-satelit-merah-putih-yang-diluncurkan-hari-ini-cQGV
    Live Streaming Peluncuran Satelit Merah Putih Siang Ini 12.00 WIB https://tirto.id/live-streaming-peluncuran-satelit-merah-putih-siang-ini-1200-wib-cQxo
    Dengan Roket Bekas, Satelit Merah Putih Lebih Hemat 25 Persen https://tirto.id/dengan-roket-bekas-satelit-merah-putih-lebih-hemat-25-persen-cQuM


    https://tirto.id/luncurkan-satelit-merah-putih-telkom-bentuk-perusahaan-baru-cQNV
    Luncurkan Satelit Merah Putih, Telkom Bentuk Perusahaan Baru
    Oleh: Ahmad Zaenudin – 7 Agustus 2018
    Editor: Maya Saputri

    “Pada intinya Telkom Satelit Indonesia ini akan menjadi vehicle-nya Telkom Indonesia untuk menjadi pemain regional,” ungkap Alex.

    tirto.id – Direktur Utama PT Telkom Indonesia, Alex Sinaga mengungkapkan bahwa nantinya bisnis satelit Telkom akan diurus perusahaan baru bernama Telkom Satelit Indonesia. Hal ini ia sampaikan selepas peluncuran roket SpaceX Falcon 9 yang membawa satelit Merah Putih.

    Peluncuran satelit milik Telkom ini dilakukan di Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) di Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, Amerika Serikat, sekitar pukul 12.18 WIB. “Pada intinya Telkom Satelit Indonesia ini akan menjadi vehicle-nya Telkom Indonesia untuk menjadi pemain regional,” ungkap Alex di Amerika Serikat.

    Menurut penuturan Alex, saat ini PT Telkom tengah melakukan proses konsolidasi seluruh bisnis satelit di bawah naungan Telkom Grup. Bisnis satelit Telkom saat ini diurus tiga perusahaan. Ketiga perusahaan itu ialah PT Telkom, Metrasat, dan Patrakom. “Kita sudah selesai pada tahapan mengubah namanya Petrakom jadi Telkom Satelit Indonesia,” tegas Alex.

    Konsolidasi ini diharapkan menjadi kekuatan Telkom Indonesia menjadi pemain regional di bidang satelit. Menurut Alex, Telkom telah memiliki portofolio bisnis satelit yang lengkap, mulai dari layanan upstream seperti satelit beserta transpondernya serta layanan downstream seperti Viasat atau menyediakan koneksi ke wilayah terpencil Indonesia.

    Dengan konsolidasi yang dilakukan, Telkom berharap jadi nomor tiga di dunia bisnis satelit regional dalam 5 tahun mendatang. “Cita-cita kita minimal lima tahun mendatang kita akan menjadi pemain satelit regional nomor tiga. Tentunya (Telkom) tidak berhenti di Merah Putih,” kata Alex.

    Menurut rencana, satelit Merah Putih yang diluncurkan akan diserahterimakan pada Telkom 42 hari sejak diluncurkan. “Beroperasi [mulai] Minggu ke-3 September [dan] sudah bisa dibebani traffic,” terang Alex. Satelit Merah Putih merupakan satelit yang memiliki 60 transponder yang, selain menjangkau Asia Tenggara, juga meliputi wilayah Asia Selatan. Menurut rencana, Telkom akan berupaya memperoleh slot tambahan di orbit. Ini ditujukan untuk mendapatkan kapasitas yang lebih besar.


    https://www.telkom.co.id/servlet/Satellite?blobcol=urldata&blobkey=id&blobtable=MungoBlobs&blobwhere=1420726964014&ssbinary=true
    Satelit Merah Putih Milik Telkom Berhasil Diluncurkan dari Cape Canaveral Florida
    2018-08-07 02:47:46.0

    https://www.telkom.co.id/servlet/tk/id_ID/newsarticle/nr_056_2018_satelit_merah_putih_milik_telkom_berhasil_diluncurka.html
    Satelit Merah Putih Milik Telkom Berhasil Diluncurkan dari Cape Canaveral Florida
    Telkom pada 07 Agustus 2018

    Cape Canaveral, Florida, 7 Agustus 2018 – Satelit Merah Putih milik PT Telkom Indonesia (Persero) Tbk (Telkom) berhasil diluncurkan pada Selasa, 7 Agustus 2018 dari Cape Canaveral, Florida. Keberhasilan peluncuran ini sekaligus menandai 42 tahun kiprah Telkom dalam bisnis dan pengoperasian satelit telekomunikasi untuk Indonesia serta bertepatan dengan HUT ke-73 Kemerdekaan Republik Indonesia.

    “Puji syukur kepada Tuhan Yang Maha Kuasa, berkat doa dan dukungan pemerintah dan segenap rakyat Indonesia, Satelit Merah Putih hari ini berhasil diluncurkan,” ujar Direktur Utama Telkom Alex J Sinaga sesaat setelah Satelit Merah Putih meluncur dari SLC 40 Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.

    Satelit Merah Putih memiliki kapasitas 60 active transponders, terdiri dari 24 Standard C-Band dan 12 Extended C-Band yang menjangkau Asia Tenggara serta 24 Standard C-band yang menjangkau Asia Selatan. Satelit ini akan menempati slot orbit 108 derajat Bujur Timur (BT) atau di atas wilayah sekitar Selat Karimata.

    Kehadiran Satelit Merah Putih akan melengkapi dua satelit Telkom lainnya yang masih aktif beroperasi, yaitu Telkom 2 dan Telkom 3S. Satelit Merah Putih akan menambah jumlah transponder milik Telkom dari 73 menjadi 133 transponder. Hal ini akan memperkuat bisnis satelit TelkomGroup.

    Satelit Merah Putih merupakan satelit telekomunikasi yang memiliki kapasitas lebih besar dan jangkauan lebih luas dibandingkan satelit milik Telkom sebelumnya. Selain itu, Satelit Merah Putih dibangun menggunakan teknologi Fiber Optic Gyro, sehingga memiliki kestabilan lebih tinggi.

    Satelit Merah Putih dibangun oleh perusahaan pembuat satelit komersial dan perangkat antariksa asal Amerika, Space System Loral (SSL). Satelit yang dibangun sejak awal 2016 ini dihantarkan menuju orbit menggunakan roket flight-proven Falcon 9 milik SpaceX, perusahaan jasa peluncuran asal Amerika yang memiliki success rate peluncuran yang cukup tinggi yaitu sekitar 98%.

    Keberhasilan peluncuran Satelit Merah Putih diharapkan dapat memenuhi demand transponder nasional, mengingat satelit merupakan infrastruktur komplemen yang dibutuhkan untuk menjangkau wilayah-wilayah dengan karakteristik topografi negara kepulauan seperti Indonesia.

    Satelit Merah Putih akan berperan penting dalam menghadirkan layanan komunikasi broadband di area-area yang tidak dapat dijangkau oleh teknologi fiber optic maupun sistem komunikasi lainnya, khususnya di wilayah terdepan, terluar, dan tertinggal (3T).

    “Satelit Merah Putih menjangkau seluruh wilayah Indonesia, negara-negara di Asia Tenggara dan Asia Selatan. Sehingga kehadirannya diharapkan dapat mengurangi kesenjangan digital di Indonesia (digital divide) dan memperkuat bisnis internasional TelkomGroup, sehingga TelkomGroup mampu menjadi perusahaan telekomunikasi digital Indonesia yang terdepan dan berdaya saing global,” ungkap Alex.

    “Keberadaan Satelit Merah Putih juga diharapkan dapat mendorong pembangunan masyarakat digital Indonesia dan memperkuat peran Telkom sebagai enabler dalam kemajuan ekonomi digital nasional. Hal ini sejalan dengan cita-cita pemerintah untuk menjadikan Indonesia sebagai kekuatan ekonomi digital terbesar di Asia Tenggara,” demikian tutup Alex.

    Satelit Merah Putih Telkom Indonesia untuk Indonesia

    Lift-off moment Satelit Merah Putih pada Selasa, 7 Agustus 2018 pukul 01.18 dari Cape Canaveral, Air Force Station, Florida atau pukul 12.18 WIB. Satelit Merah Putih diluncurkan menggunakan kendaraan luncur Falcon 9 yang merupakan roket flight-proven milik perusahaan jasa peluncuran SpaceX.

    Satelit Merah Putih memiliki kapasitas 60 active transponders, terdiri dari 24 Standard C-Band dan 12 Extended C-Band yang menjangkau Asia Tenggara serta 24 Standard C-band yang menjangkau Asia Selatan. Satelit ini akan menempati slot orbit 108 derajat Bujur Timur (BT) atau di atas wilayah sekitar Selat Karimata. Kehadiran Satelit Merah Putih akan melengkapi dua satelit Telkom lainnya yang masih aktif beroperasi, yaitu Telkom 2 dan Telkom 3S.


    https://www.telkom.co.id/servlet/tk/id_ID/newsarticle/nr_054_2018_menteri_bumn_pastikan_satelit_merah_putih_siap_dilun.html
    Menteri BUMN Pastikan Satelit Merah Putih Siap Diluncurkan
    03 Agustus 2018

    Jakarta, 3 Agustus 2018 – Menteri BUMN RI Rini M. Soemarno dan Direktur Utama PT Telkom Indonesia (Persero) Tbk (Telkom) Alex J. Sinaga meninjau langsung Satelit Merah Putih di SpaceX, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, pekan lalu, Selasa (24/7). Peninjauan tersebut dilakukan untuk memastikan bahwa Satelit Merah Putih siap diluncurkan dalam waktu dekat.

    Rini mengharapkan proses peluncuran Satelit Merah Putih milik PT Telkom Indonesia (Persero) Tbk (Telkom) dapat berjalan lancar hingga menempati slot orbitnya 108 derajat Bujur Timur (108 BT). “SpaceX akan segera meluncurkan satelit Merah Putih.

    Harapan Saya dan tentunya kita semua adalah, agar roket Falcon 9 dapat sukses membawa satelit tersebut ke slot orbit sehingga Satelit Merah Putih bisa menjalankan tugasnya dalam menopang kemajuan industri nasional, mendukung konektivitas bangsa Indonesia, serta mempermudah dan memperluas akses komunikasi bagi seluruh rakyat indonesia,” ujarnya.

    Satelit Merah Putih membawa 60 transponder aktif yang terdiri dari 24 transponder C-Band dan 12 transponder Extended C-Band yang akan melayani wilayah Asia Tenggara, termasuk Indonesia, serta 24 transponder C-Band yang akan menjangkau kawasan Asia Selatan. Satelit ini mengandalkan platform SSL 1300 dengan usia desain 16 tahun.

    Pembangunan Satelit Merah Putih melibatkan 2 perusahaan Amerika Serikat, yakni SSL sebagai pabrikan pembuat satelit serta SpaceX sebagai perusahaan penyedia jasa peluncuran satelit. SSL adalah manufaktur satelit yang ternama dan berhasil menuntaskan pembangunan Satelit Merah Putih lebih cepat dari jadwal.

    Selanjutnya Satelit Merah Putih akan diluncurkan menuju slot orbitnya menggunakan Roket Falcon 9 milik SpaceX. Saat ini, Satelit Merah Putih telah berada di dalam Fairing kendaraan peluncur Falcon 9, dan dalam waktu dekat akan memasuki proses rolling out dari lokasi penyimpanan ke SLC 40 tempat peluncuran dilaksanakan.

    Menurut Rini, kehadiran Satelit Merah Putih merupakan sebuah kebanggaan dan pencapaian luar biasa untuk memperkuat posisi Indonesia dalam kancah dunia digital di tingkat internasional. “Satelit ini tak hanya akan memancarkan sinyal ke Indonesia, tetapi juga kawasan Asia Selatan. Ini artinya Badan Usaha Milik Negara (BUMN) makin kencang go internasional membawa nama Indonesia,” tutupnya.

    Menteri BUMN Rini M. Soemarno dan Direktur Utama Telkom Alex J. Sinaga beserta rombongan direksi BUMN saat meninjau langsung Satelit Merah Putih di SpaceX, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, Selasa (24/7). Peninjauan Satelit Merah Putih dilakukan dalam rangkaian Kunjungan Kerja Menteri BUMN ke Amerika Serikat.

    Saat ini, Satelit Merah Putih telah berada di dalam Fairing kendaraan peluncur Falcon 9, dan dalam waktu dekat akan memasuki proses rolling out dari lokasi penyimpanan ke SLC 40 tempat peluncuran dilaksanakan.


    https://www.suara.com/tekno/2018/07/26/092156/satelit-merah-putih-telkom-segera-diluncurkan
    Satelit Merah Putih Telkom Segera Diluncurkan
    Dythia Novianty | Aditya Gema Pratomo
    Kamis, 26 Juli 2018 | 09:21 WIB


    Ilustrasi roket yang membawa satelit Telkom. [Antara/Puspa Perwitasari]
    Satelit Merah Putih Telkom siap diluncurkan.

    Suara.com – Space Systems/Loral (SSL) telah menyelesaikan pembangunan satelit tersebut sehingga Satelit Merah Putih milik Telkom Indonesia siap diluncurkan. Dikutip dari situs resminya, SSL berhasil menyelesaikan pembangunan Satelit Merah Putih lebih cepat dari jadwal yang seharusnya.

    Baca Juga : Data Pribadi Christian Sugiono Bocor, ini Klarifikasi Telkom

    Saat ini, satelit yang sebelumnya bernama Telkom-4 tersebut, sedang berada di perjalanan menunju tempat peluncuran di Cape Canaveral, Florida, Amerika Serikat. Satelit Merah Putih dikirimkan bersamaan dengan dua satelit SSL lainnya, seperti Telstar 19 VANTAGE dan Telstar 18 VANTAGE.

    “Pengiriman tiga satelit merefleksikan kepemimpinan pasar dan komitmen kami terhadap kualitas, keandalan, dan kinerja,” kata Dario Zamarian, Group President SSL. Sementara itu, Zulhelfi Abidin selaku Chief Technology Officer Telkom, mengatakan satelit sudah lama menjadi bagian penting dari infrastruktur telekomunikasi Telkom.

    Baca Juga : Menyoroti Kinerja Telkom di Era Milenial yang Haus Internet

    “SSL telah menyelesaikan pembangunan satelit lebih cepat dari jadwal. Kami menantikan perjalanan ke Florida untuk melihat peluncuran satelit akhir musim panas ini,” katanya. Satelit Merah Putih akan mengorbit di 108 derajat bujur timur dan menggantikan Satelit Telkom-1 yang sebentar lagi pensiun. [Sslmda]


    https://www.telkom.co.id/servlet/tk/id_ID/newsarticle/nr_050_2018_satelit_merah_putih_sudah_berada_di_area_peluncuran.html
    Satelit Merah Putih Sudah Berada di Area Peluncuran
    26 Juli 2018

    Jakarta, 26 Juli 2018 – Satelit Merah Putih milik PT Telkom Indonesia (Persero) Tbk (Telkom) saat ini telah berada di lokasi peluncuran SpaceX, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, Amerika Serikat. “Satelit Merah Putih sudah berhasil dikirimkan dengan sukses dari pabrik Space Systems Loral (SSL) di Palo Alto, California, ke lokasi peluncurannya.

    Satelit Merah Putih rencananya akan diluncurkan menuju slot orbit 108 derajat Bujur Timur (108 BT) pada 4 Agustus sesuai pernyataan resmi yang kami terima dari SpaceX selaku perusahaan penyedia jasa peluncuran,” ungkap Vice President Corporate Communication Telkom Arif Prabowo, Kamis (26/7).

    Dikatakannya, SSL sebagai manufaktur telah berhasil menyelesaikan pembuatan lebih cepat dari jadwal yang direncanakan. Pembuatan Satelit Merah Putih memakan waktu 2,5 tahun dimulai dari awal 2016. “Pembangunan Satelit Merah Putih melibatkan 2 perusahaan Amerika Serikat, yakni SSL sebagai pabrikan pembuat Satelit serta SpaceX sebagai perusahaan penyedia jasa peluncuran satelit.

    SSL adalah manufaktur satelit yang ternama dan berhasil menuntaskan pembangunan Satelit Merah Putih lebih cepat dari jadwal. Selanjutnya Satelit Merah Putih akan diluncurkan menuju slot orbitnya menggunakan Roket Falcon 9 milik SpaceX,” imbuh Arif.

    Ditambahkannya, Satelit Merah Putih akan memperkuat bisnis satelit Telkom yang sebelumnya telah mengoperasikan satelit Telkom-2 dan Telkom 3S. Satelit Merah Putih memiliki kapasitas 60 transponder aktif yang terdiri dari 24 transponder C-Band dan 12 transponder Extended C-Band yang akan melayani wilayah Indonesia dan Asia Tenggara, sedangkan 24 transponder C-Band lainnya akan menjangkau Kawasan Asia Selatan.

    Satelit ini mengandalkan platform SSL 1300 dengan usia desain 16 tahun. “Seiring dengan peluncuran Satelit Merah Putih yang kian mendekati waktunya, kami mohon doa restu dari seluruh masyarakat Indonesia agar peluncuran dapat berjalan lancar hingga Satelit Merah Putih beroperasi di slot orbitnya di atas wilayah Indonesia,” demikian tutup Arif.

    Satelit Merah Putih milik Telkom saat berada di pabrik SSL. Saat ini, satelit sudah berada di lokasi peluncuran SpaceX, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida. Satelit Merah Putih rencananya akan diluncurkan menuju slot orbit pada 4 Agustus 2018. Photo courtesy: SSL


     
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    The closures of file sharing sites are dropping like flies 

    From: Hashdoc
    Jul 30 at 3:31 AM

    Thank you.

    It’s with a heavy heart that we share the news that Hashdoc is shutting down, ending operations effective immediately.

    We’d like to thank the hundreds of thousands of you who joined us on this journey. We gave it our all. Thank you, again. We’ll miss it dearly.

    For additional help with your documents, please contact help@hashdoc.com

    See you soon,

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    We gave it our all. Thank you, again. We’ll miss it dearly.

    For additional help with documents, please contact help@hashdoc.com



    https://www.wamda.com/2012/11/jordan-s-hashdoc-goes-for-a-global-market
    Jordan’s Hashdoc Goes for a Global Market
    Shaden Abu Al-Haijaa
    November 18, 2012

    An entrepreneur at heart and techie in action, Tarek Koudsi learned a lot from his family hardware and software business in Jordan before launching Hashdoc, the first online professional document storage and search site to launch in the Arab world.

    Leveraging experience

    “The best way to learn is to talk about what you know and try to teach people about it,” says, Koudsi who accumulated 11 years of experience as a programmer and tech expert, beginning by working with his father’s clients. He supported growing Jordanian startups such as Talasim and Jeeran before he left programming to work for a well-known stock management company in Dubai.

    Five years later, when Koudsi received an offer from the Greater Amman Municipality to work as a technical supervisor on a major internal project, the timing was perfect- he was ready to return home to start his own business.

    Tarek Koudsi’s connections from his previous work helped pave the way for his new business. “People are more encouraged when they can associate you with a group,” he admits.

    As a programmer, becoming a founder took Koudsi out of his comfort zone, which was, in his words, “sitting behind a computer, with food on the desk and a bed to crash on.” But five years of experience at the stock exchange company in Dubai and a PMP certificate provided him with research and management skills that helped him design a global product.

    Starting Hashdoc

    Koudsi explains that when building Hashdoc as an online repository for any variety of professional documents, similar to Docstoc, his aim was to build something for Jordan while at the same time not merely localizing an Arabic version of something international.

    The platform offers professionals handpicked business documents reviewed and approved before they appear on the company’s website. What makes is stands out, says Koudsi, is “the way content is organized based on topics, sources, types and formats;” the team has put a lot of thought into the way users search for and categorize documents. After all, indexing is at the core of their business.

    Hashdoc hosts documents for small businesses on seven topics: project management, human resources, design, software development, psychology, leadership and social media, and these topics organically branch out to 150 others. Social media and project management are the most popular.

    Their cross-indexing system came into play naturally, says Koudsi. “We started with ‘human resources’ as a central topic, but when we found that some of the documents under HR talk about ‘employee performance appraisal,’ we started a new topic and listed them under both; this is how we expand our topics cloud.”

    At this point, any language is viable on the “content agnostic” platform. Hashdoc “crawls and uploads content as an extra for users so no special attention is paid to non-English documents,” says Koudsi. In the future, if demand for Arabic business documents increases, Hashdoc might partner with Jordanian startup Dakwak to integrate with their translation services through an API.

    Monetizing

    Still in alpha, Hashdoc is currently available by invitation only, but the platform has received 600 invitation requests, with an average of 20 requests per week, says Koudsi.

    To generate revenue, the team is considering five different models:
    A marketplace where documents are sold and Hashdoc shares revenues with owners
    Offering premium accounts with a subscription model
    Content sponsorship: sponsors can have selected documents appear on a topic’s page based on pre-defined sub topics that are used in the document.
    Lead generation: the platform can also generate sales for documents’ owners in exchange for a percentage of revenue.
    B2B: companies can use a white-labeled version of the platform to manage internal projects (like a Basecamp focused on document management).

    Finding Support in Jordan

    As a global-facing startup, Hashdoc is getting its share of attention in Jordan, partially thanks to its incubation at Oasis500. When Hashdoc was just an idea in 2011, Koudsi applied to Oasis500 hoping to acquire not only the 10,000 JDs in seed capital, but also access to their mentorship program.

    A central challenge he addresses in the program was ensuring that his idea was viable, solid and realistic, although he admits he still wants to learn more about financial planning.

    Due to his experience at Oasis500, Koudsi explains that Hashdoc is currently in talks with three angel investors and expect to close a deal soon.

    Tips for startups

    The first thing Koudsi said when we asked him for advice for entrepreneurs is, “Tell as many people as you can about your idea, even if they’re not into your business. Don’t be afraid your idea will be stolen.”

    Many would like to wait until their product is finalized and ready for launch, but Koudsi thinks this process could take a lifetime. “Don’t get stuck on research,” he says. “Start things and keep reading. If you start up you’ll have a chance to inject feedback in phases. Hashdoc now is only 40-50% of what I want it to be.”


    https://www.quora.com/How-is-Hashdoc-www-hashdoc-com-different-from-SlideShare
    How is Hashdoc (www.hashdoc.com) different from SlideShare?

    Tarek Koudsi
    Tarek Koudsi, works at Hashdoc
    Answered Jul 25 2014 · Author has 117 answers and 143.1k answer views

    Hashdoc targets consultants and researching professionals.

    This means that we have a defined content scope (topics) and we only accept specific types of documents. As opposed to SlideShare’s tolerance for generic documents/presentations.

    Naturally, we do have similar (technical) features but more so differences in the way content is organized, leaderboards, wiki factor, search, and few more.

    I’ve worked with big 4 consulting firms for over 10 years, and I’ve seen how their internal repositories of business documents and reusable deliverables have empowered their employees. That is why I founded Hashdoc: to provide freelance consultants, boutique consulting houses, SMEs and the rest of the professional world with an open platform that is similar to the proprietary ones used at global consulting firms.

    And so, our product is being shaped by its usefulness to consultants, and the feedback they provide us with, whether they’re on the publishing or consumption side.



    https://support.office.com/en-us/article/important-information-about-docs-com-end-of-service-3b0d4877-1643-457c-9756-8caf28b94da4
    Important information about Docs.com end of service
    Applies To: Docs.com
    This article was last updated on July 25, 2017

    Microsoft’s Docs.com service to be discontinued

    Microsoft is retiring the Docs.com service on Friday, December 15, 2017 and we are hereby advising all users to move their existing Docs.com content to other file storage and sharing platforms as soon as possible, as Docs.com will no longer be available after this date.

    There are a number of alternate content sharing options available today. For most Docs.com content, OneDrive represents the ideal platform for sharing your Word, PowerPoint, and PDF content, and offers additional tools, permission settings, and security to help share and protect your data and content.

    SlideShare from LinkedIn also allows users to share content publicly with its audience of 70 million professionals and vast content library. With the retirement of the Docs.com service, we hope to streamline our offerings in this space and provide you with a more cohesive experience.

    We appreciate your patronage of our service and apologize for any inconvenience resulting from this transition. We are happy to provide automatic backup of compatible files to OneDrive and OneDrive for Business. Please carefully read the information in this article to learn more about your options for transferring or deleting your existing Docs.com content and account.

    I’m a current Docs.com user — what does this mean for me?

    The Docs.com site and existing content stored on its servers will be retired according to the following schedule:

    June 9, 2017 — Creating new Docs.com accounts will no longer be supported. If you have an existing Docs.com account, you will still be able to view, edit, publish, download, and delete your existing content. If you have existing Journal and About pages, you will be able to edit them on Sway.com.

    June 19, 2017 — If you are using Docs.com with a Work or School account, your Office 365 Administrator can automatically migrate all Docs.com content to OneDrive for Business on your behalf. For more information, see Migrate your organization’s content from Docs.com.

    August 1, 2017 — Publishing and editing content on Docs.com will no longer be supported. If you have an existing Docs.com account, you will still be able to view or download your existing content.

    June 9 to December 14, 2017 — If you have an existing Docs.com account, you can sign in and choose to have your own content backed up automatically to OneDrive. As soon as your data has been transferred there, your Docs.com experience will change to read-only and links to your documents and files will redirect to the new location on OneDrive.

    December 15, 2017 — The Docs.com site and all of its content will be officially discontinued. The site will no longer be accessible after this date.

    May 15, 2018 — Any links to your Docs.com content that you previously shared with others and that were automatically redirected to your transferred content on OneDrive (or OneDrive for Business) will stop working after this date.

    How do I move my files and content from Docs.com?

    For Microsoft Accounts (Outlook.com, Hotmail.com, Live.com, etc.) and Facebook Accounts

    Do the following:
    Log in to your Docs.com profile where you can enable automatic back up of all files that are compatible with OneDrive.
    Follow the prompts, which may include signing up for a new OneDrive account if you don’t already have one.
    When the process is complete, you’ll find all compatible content that you had previously published to Docs.com backed up to your OneDrive folders. The original content on Docs.com will thereafter only be available for viewing or downloading.

    For more detailed backup instructions, and to learn what happens after the migration of your content, please see Back up your personal Docs.com content.

    For Office 365 Users with OneDrive for Business

    We can automatically back up all compatible content to your OneDrive for Business account if your Administrator enables the auto-migration service for your organization (this option is available as of June 19, 2017). If you would like your school’s or company’s Administrator to initiate this process for you, please contact them and include a link to this article.

    You can also choose to log in to Docs.com and follow the auto-migration prompts yourself. When the process is complete, you will find all compatible content you had previously published to Docs.com backed up to your OneDrive for Business folders. The original content on Docs.com will thereafter only be available to view, download, and delete.

    For Office 365 Users without OneDrive for Business

    Log in to your Docs.com profile where you can download and save your content to your device or your preferred storage and sharing platforms. You can also delete your Docs.com account and content.

    What about Docs.com content not backed up to OneDrive or OneDrive for Business?

    For users who have successfully completed the auto-migration process, we will save other metadata such as descriptions of your content to an Excel file, and back this up to your OneDrive or OneDrive for Business account. We will also automatically save your About and Journal pages, and any of your Sway content to your My Sways page on Sway.com.

    For all other users and content types not covered by the above, we recommend that you manually download and save them to your preferred storage and sharing platforms.

    What about content that I have already linked from Docs.com to other Web sites?

    For users who have opted in to auto-migration, links to compatible content in Docs.com will redirect to OneDrive or OneDrive for Business, and continue to show up on other Web pages. If you want to remove linked content, simply delete the files from OneDrive or OneDrive for Business.

    On May 15, 2018, the automatic redirection to all Docs.com content will end and all links will stop working, so please make sure to manually update any links on your other Web sites before this date.

    For users who did not opt in to auto-migration, all links to Docs.com content will stop working on December 15, 2017. Please make sure to manually update any links on other Web sites before this date.

    What about OneNote notebooks that I distribute via Docs.com?

    Because OneNote notebooks published to Docs.com already originate from OneDrive accounts, the auto-migration service will not include such notebooks. If you need to save a copy of any OneNote notebook, click the Get Notebook button, which will be available until December 15, 2017.

    What if my Docs.com content exceeds my OneDrive storage limit?

    If you exceed your available storage limit on OneDrive, the migration of your Docs.com content will be interrupted. Any files that were successfully transferred will remain on your OneDrive account, but any files that could not be included will not be backed up and the migration process will stop.

    Content migration can be resumed after you have freed up or purchased additional storage space on your OneDrive account. To resume an interrupted migration, log back in to Docs.com and then click Start migration again.

    Why can’t I back up my Docs.com content to SlideShare?

    SlideShare is intended for public posting. We want its users to purposefully manage which files they want to publish publicly on the Web, and to add their own structure, titles, and descriptions to their content.

    I am an Office 365 Administrator. What do I need to know?

    If you are an Office 365 administrator, you can automatically back up your organization’s Docs.com content to OneDrive for Business. For more information, see Migrate your organization’s content from Docs.com.

    I need more help!

    If you’re unsure of what steps to take before the Docs.com service is retired, or you are encountering any issues during your content migration, please reach out to us at docssupport@microsoft.com (you may need to give your browser permission to open your email client after clicking this link).

    We sincerely appreciate your patronage of our service, and we will be happy to provide further assistance with this transition.


    http://insidersarena.com/say-goodbye-docs-com/
    Say Goodbye to the Docs.com!
    By Zipal – June 9, 2017

    Never heard of it? Well no problem! you are not alone. Back in 2015 Microsoft launched a new service in order to let user share and represent the Office documents and presentations to the general public named “Docs.com”.

    But now after 2 years of launch company decided to give up on the platform with a genuine reason. Yes, Microsoft to discontinue the docs.com from the December 15, 2017. Actually company already disabled the new registration on Docs.com and from June 19 they will begin offering new migration service for Office 365 Work or School users.


    Image source: Docs.com

    The valid genuine reason they explained in order to retire Docs.com is that company’s owned LinkedIn’s SlideShare and OneDrive already offer similar features and functionality provided by platform. Well seems okay to me! In case if you are Docs.com user then here are couple of things that you need to read.

    From August 1 you will not able to publish, edit content on Docs.com and from December 15 they completely shut down the website so any content hosted will not be accessible. And of course they provided the facility to take back up of content directly to OneDrive. And in future the content links will automatically redirect to the new respective OneDrive backup.

    Are you happy with the retirement of the Docs.com? Did you every used this service? Let us know in a comment below.


    https://techcrunch.com/2017/06/09/now-that-it-owns-slideshare-microsoft-is-closing-its-own-file-sharing-service-docs-com/
    Now that it owns SlideShare, Microsoft is closing its own file-sharing service Docs.com
    Sarah Perez@sarahintampa / Jun 9, 2017

    https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/screen-shot-2017-06-09-at-9-30-06-am.png?w=990&crop=1
    Screen Shot 2017-06-09 at 9.30.06 AM

    Microsoft announced today it will retire its older file-sharing site Docs.com on December 15, 2017, as a result of its LinkedIn acquisition. With LinkedIn, Microsoft also gained access to SlideShare, a top file-sharing network on the web – and one’s that’s now far more heavily used than Microsoft’s own Docs.com.

    SlideShare “represents the ideal platform for publishing your Word, PowerPoint, and PDF content with its audience of 70 million professionals, and vast content library,” wrote Microsoft, in a message posted to users on the Microsoft Office website.

    The shutdown was first spotted by ZDNet.


    Above: Docs.com’s flatline compared with SlideShare; source: SimilarWeb

    Docs.com was launched in 2010 in collaboration with Facebook, at a time when Microsoft was hoping to leverage the social network’s wide reach to grow its Microsoft Office Web Apps service. It was effectively an effort to get ahead of the then rapidly growing threat of Google Docs by jumping on the back of a more popular social network to give it a jump start.

    The service itself was created by Microsoft Research’s FUSE Labs, with the hopes that Facebook users would add documents to their Facebook profile or share posts containing files, as easily as they would post photos or video.

    The Docs.com Facebook site is no longer available.


    Above: a younger Mark Zuckerberg introducing Docs.com at Facebook’s F8 conference in 2010

    In 2015, the site was redesigned to be a place where users could post their Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and PDF files in addition to Microsoft’s newer file format, Sway, and make those discoverable to search engines.

    Docs.com supported both public and private sharing of the files, and you could invite others to help you edit your files before making the available to the wider web.

    However, Microsoft now has other services that can take the place of Docs.com following its closure, including OneDrive and SlideShare.

    The process of closing the site entirely will take several months, allowing users plenty of time to make the transition.

    Starting today, you’ll no longer be able to create new Docs.com accounts, but you’ll still be able to view, edit, publish, download, and delete your existing content. On August 1st, 2017, publishing and editing will stop being supported, but you’ll be able to view and download files.

    The company also advises users to back up their files to OneDrive by signing in to Docs.com with your existing account, then making the transfer anytime between now and December 14, 2017. (Microsoft will automate the transfer on your behalf). This will render your Docs.com account read-only after the process completes.

    Office 365 Administrators can migrate your files for you if you’re using Docs.com with a Work or School account, as of June 19th.

    Microsoft will also allow Docs.com share links to work for some time after the service’s closure. Until May 18, 2018, any links to Docs.com content you’ve previously shared with others that have been automatically redirected to your OneDrive or OneDrive for Business account will stop working.

    In addition, Microsoft explains why it’s automating the transition of files from Docs.com to OneDrive, instead of to SlideShare – even though SlideShare is the reason it cited for the service’s closure. The company says that SlideShare is for public posting, and users should be able to “purposefully manage” which files they want to publish there, “while also adding their own structure, titles, and descriptions to their content.”

    A more detailed FAQ on how the transition may affect you is available here.

    message posted to users https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Important-information-about-Docs-com-end-of-service-3b0d4877-1643-457c-9756-8caf28b94da4?ui=en-US&rs=en-US&ad=US
    ZDNet. http://www.zdnet.com/article/microsoft-to-shut-down-its-docs-com-file-sharing-site-december-15/#ftag=RSSbaffb68
    launched in 2010 in collaboration with Facebook https://beta.techcrunch.com/2010/04/21/microsoft-facebook-docs-com/
    then rapidly growing threat https://beta.techcrunch.com/2009/09/17/imitation-isnt-always-flattery-microsoft-previews-google-apps-killer-to-beta-testers/
    Microsoft Research’s FUSE Labs http://fuse.microsoft.com/projects/docs
    Docs.com Facebook site https://www.facebook.com/docs/
    redesigned https://blogs.office.com/2015/08/05/sway-general-availability/
    is available here https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Important-information-about-Docs-com-end-of-service-3b0d4877-1643-457c-9756-8caf28b94da4?ui=en-US&rs=en-US&ad=US


    http://www.cloudpro.co.uk/collaboration/document-management/6858/docscom-is-shutting-down
    Docs.com is shutting down
    Jane McCallion News
    9 Jun, 2017

    http://cdn2.cloudpro.co.uk/sites/cloudprod7/files/styles/thumbnail_large_620x350/public/2017/04/bigstock-microsoft-logo-and-emblem-116589926.jpg?itok=Ti8U8Io3

    Microsoft calls time on document sharing service at the heart of data leak row

    Users of Docs.com have found emails from Microsoft in their inboxes today, advising that the Redmond giant will be shuttering the service in mid-December.

    Docs.com is notable for having been in the centre of a row about privacy, security and data leakage at the beginning of the year. The service allows users to publicly share Office files, such as Word documents or PowerPoint presentations, as well as making them searchable on the public internet at the same time, unless users choose otherwise.

    In March 2017, however, it became apparent that at least some users were unaware of the public nature of the service, as researcher Kevin Beaumont found sensitive information, such as passwords, bank statements and social security numbers that was open to the public.

    In the immediate aftermath, Microsoft temporarily disabled public search, although it was reinstated two days later. A statement from Microsoft regarding the service’s closure makes no mention of this kerfuffle, however, instead referring to another service it acquired as part of its purchase of LinkedIn.

    “Following Microsoft’s acquisition of LinkedIn, SlideShare has joined the Microsoft family, and represents the ideal platform for publishing your Word, PowerPoint, and PDF content with its audience of 70 million professionals, and vast content library,” the company said in a notice on the Docs.com website.

    “For custom sharing, OneDrive offers additional tools, permission settings, and security to help share and protect your data and content. With the retirement of the Docs.com service, we hope to streamline our offerings in this space and provide you with a more cohesive experience.”

    Microsoft has laid out the following timetable for the closure of Docs.com:
    • Immediately: no new accounts can be created
    • 19 June: Office 365 administrators on business and education accounts can migrate content from Docs.com to OneDrive for business
    • 1 August: Publishing and editing content no longer supported
    • Now – 14 December: Users can choose to have their data automatically saved to OneDrive by logging into Docs.com
    • 15 December: Docs.com is officially discontinued, with the site going offline and documents not transferred elsewhere becoming unavailable

    Further information on the process, including what happens to public links, what happens if your OneDrive storage limit is less than the file volume on Docs.com and what to do if you’re an Office 365 administrator can be found here.

    here https://support.office.com/en-gb/article/Important-information-about-Docs-com-end-of-service-3b0d4877-1643-457c-9756-8caf28b94da4?ui=en-US&rs=en-GB&ad=GB


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Docs.com
    Docs.com

    Type of site: File hosting service
    Successor(s): SlideShare
    Owner: Microsoft
    Website: docs.com
    Registration: Microsoft Account (required to upload files)
    Launched: April 21, 2010; 8 years ago
    Current status: Discontinued on December 15, 2017

    Docs.com was a website where users can discover, upload and share Office documents. Supported file types included Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations, Mix video presentations and Sways. Users could also add PDF’s and URL’s on to their page. Docs.com was a part of Microsoft Office Online.

    On June 9, 2017, Microsoft announced it would shut down Docs.com on December 15, 2017 in favor of the acquired SlideShare with its LinkedIn purchase. It is now a redirect to Microsoft’s technical documentation that resides at docs.microsoft.com.

    Contents
    1 Collaboration with Facebook
    1.1 Technical details
    1.2 Support for Facebook pages
    2 2015 redesign
    3 2017 case of sensitive documents
    4 References
    5 External links

    Collaboration with Facebook

    Prior to its redesign Docs.com was a collaboration between Microsoft FUSE Labs and Facebook to provide a basic online document editing suite, similar to Google Docs. It is designed to make it easy to discover, create and share Office documents with your Facebook friends. It was announced and officially launched during Facebook f8 conference on April 21, 2010 by Mark Zuckerberg and Lili Cheng.

    Docs.com originally offered the capability to upload or create new Word, Excel or PowerPoint documents. Users may view and edit documents online even if they did not have Microsoft Office installed on their device. However, the docs.com web editors integrate with Office so that users may edit documents on their PC or Mac and save them directly back to the cloud. Docs.com also supports upload and in-browser viewing of PDF documents. In January 2011, the site gained support for additional languages.

    Docs.com for Facebook was targeting individual users (e.g. students). A similar offering from Microsoft Office Live is directed at business customers.

    Technical details

    The Facebook-based Docs.com used Facebook Connect for user authentication. Furthermore, the service was modeled after the Facebook Photos application and uses similar sharing settings so that users may easily invite their friends to either view or edit their documents.

    Docs.com integrates into the Facebook UI much like photos by providing a homepage within Facebook, a profile tab, and by posting documents to a user’s Facebook Wall. The service is built using Microsoft’s Office Web Apps and was compatible with the contemporary major browsers: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari and Chrome.

    Support for Facebook pages

    Docs.com announced support for Facebook pages on July 8, 2010. Facebook page administrators had the option to create a shared folder where they may upload, create and edit shared documents. Documents can easily be posted to a Facebook page for the page’s fans to view. Learn how the functionality works or how it was built.

    2015 redesign

    In 2015, Microsoft launched a new version of Docs.com. The redesigned service was created to make sharing documents less difficult over the web while also preserving source formatting. Among the supported formats are Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Excel, PDF, and Office Sway among other Office-supported file-types, furthermore Docs.com offers importing features to quickly fetch documents from a user’s PC and other Microsoft services such as OneDrive.

    Docs.com also supports commenting and the downloading of documents, but lacks the feature for users to collaborate on the same documents. As part of the relaunch of Docs.com Microsoft merged its web accumulation software, Curah! with Docs.com, and at the time of the announcement launched the Windows 10 application for Office Sway which also integrated several of Curah!’s features.

    2017 case of sensitive documents

    On 25 March 2017, Microsoft temporarily disabled the search feature after the security researcher Kevin Beaumount discovered that some users had inadvertently uploaded confidential documents containing sensitive information such as passwords, social security numbers and bank statements. The search feature was restored on 27 March.

    According to PCWorld, many other document and productivity services (including Microsoft’s) by default upload the document as private. However, users of Docs.com were in error as to the purpose of the service, despite its tagline “Share your work with the world”.



    https://techcrunch.com/2015/09/03/goodbye-docstoc/
    Goodbye, Docstoc
    Connie Loizos@cookie / Sep 4, 2015

    https://techcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/docstoc-congrats.jpeg?w=990&crop=1
    docstoc congrats

    Not so long ago, the financial products maker Intuit said it wanted to be “the operating system for small businesses.” Today, seemingly, it wants to be cloud-based accounting and tax services provider for small businesses. Indeed, two weeks ago, Intuit announced the sale of three well-regarded businesses — Quicken, Quickbase, and Demandforce — that it no longer considers part of its newly sharpened, strategic goal.

    Now Docstoc, acquired in late 2013, appears to be another victim of Intuit’s new execution plan. (No pun intended.) Earlier today, customers of the electronic document sharing service were informed that Docstoc will be shutting down effective December 1.

    Docstoc was founded eight-and-a-half years ago in Santa Monica, Ca. The company raised just $4 million across two funding rounds, including from Crosscut Ventures and Rustic Canyon Ventures. When Intuit purchased the company in late 2013, it didn’t reveal the purchase price, but at the time, Docstoc cofounder and CEO Jason Nazar told TechCrunch, “I spent seven years being scrappy. I’m looking forward to having big resources behind us, and a big brand like Intuit.”

    sale http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2015/08/20/intuit-divests-quicken-and-doubles-down-on-its-onl.aspx
    purchased https://beta.techcrunch.com/2013/12/04/when-good-things-happen-to-good-people/


    https://www.efilecabinet.com/docstoc-is-closing-alternatives-and-competitors-to-docstoc/
    DocStoc is Closing: Alternatives and Competitors to Docstoc
    by Erin Swan | Oct 27, 2015

    Today, this article is an overview of DocStoc finally closing its doors after 8 years of operation. As a small business acquired by Intuit in 2011, DocStoc seemed to be a victim of Intuit’s latest shift in strategic focus. This has also unfortunately led to the removal of providers that the company no longer considers relevant to its future goals (Quicken, Quickbase, and Demandforce have also been axed).

    If you were a DocStoc customer on Twitter or paying attention to their feed in June of 2015, you might have guessed at what happened after the company’s Twitter activity took a complete hard stop. DocStoc announced in September that it was no longer taking any new user registrations.

    A visit to their website now reveals that as of December 1, 2015, users would have to download all of their files before the servers are shut down for good. This is a terrible inconvenience for current customers with many documents already uploaded, who are now forced to look for alternative means to store and share documents. However, all is not lost. In this article, we will give an overview of how eFileCabinet can be a great alternative to DocStoc and the many ways in which eFileCabinet is superior.

    What Was DocStoc?

    DocStoc was officially launched in 2007 by co-founders Jason Nazar (CEO) and Alon Shwartz (CFO) in Santa Monica, California one month after it’s highlight at a TechCrunch conference.,This was a positive step for Nazar and Shwartz since TechCrunch conferences are known to feature the new and promising startup companies.

    DocStoc was created as an electronic repository and online store aimed at providing professional, financial, and legal documents for the small business community. Users were able to upload, share, and sell or purchase documents from the website’s online database.

    Only one month after the company launched, DocStoc received a handful of funding by investors, including Crosscut Ventures. A year after that, they received over 3 million in funding and continued slowly to profitability. While they were still the small Santa Monica, California startup, DocStoc originally was a service for the sharing of uploaded documents and was initially compared to similar content databases such as Scribd.

    However in 2009, as the company emerged from beta, the focus shifted primarily to business owners. In 2010 DocStoc targeted small businesses, including lawyers, accountants, and real estate brokers by encouraging them to earn revenue from selling their own business documents (academic papers, technical journals, business templates, contracts, etc.) uploaded on the site.

    In 2011, the same year it was bought by Intuit, emphasis was placed on the creation of original, high-quality business content by partnering with other companies such as LegalZoom and ProQuest.

    Using eFileCabinet as an Effective Substitute

    As mentioned previously, DocStoc was simply a document repository, which means that its primary purpose was to provide a database for the storage of documents and to view them. eFileCabinet differs from DocStoc in that it is a complete Document Management Software (DMS).

    As a DMS, eFileCabinet is used to actively control how documents are uploaded, stored, organized, shared, viewed, tracked, and managed. This means that in addition to having the features of a document repository, eFileCabinet offers a myriad of additional functions—features that are especially essential to the professional user-base of DocStoc.

    So, simply stated, eFileCabinet is much more than an appropriate substitute to DocStoc. Furthermore, in addition to using eFileCabinet for their document repository needs, current DocStoc users will also enjoy a multitude of additional benefits.

    Using eFileCabinet as an Effective DocStoc Replacement

    Though DocStoc was a somewhat satisfactory tool for storing and sharing documents in some people’s view, there were many shortcomings due to lack of functions, features, and support. As evident from online DocStoc reviews, users who demanded a more complete document management solution were sorely disappointed and left wanting more.

    This is a risk you have to deal with when using new startup businesses, eFileCabinet’s many years of experience prove it has reliable solutions and is much more than a simple repository. We have outlined just some of the ways in which eFileCabinet’s document management solution makes it, from our view, superior to DocStoc and other free document repository services:

    Compliance with the Standards of Regulatory Bodies such as HIPAA and FINRA: Professionals such as doctors, lawyers, accountants, and real estate brokers (DocStoc’s target user base) will know of the importance of storing documents in compliance with various regulatory bodies.

    They view compliance as a top priority. These standards normally require that:
    Systems are able to retrieve records on demand.
    All records are maintained in an unalterable format.
    Systems have reasonable controls to ensure integrity, accuracy, and reliability.
    Document systems possess reasonable controls to prevent and detect unauthorized creation,viewing, addition, alteration, or deletion of records.
    Document systems possess reasonable controls to prevent and detect records deterioration.
    Document systems provide a transparent audit trail that records all activity pertaining to sensitive data and particularly any activity that changes or captures information.

    eFileCabinet’s automated environment already has these requirements built in, so regulatory compliance can be made as simple as possible. This was unfortunately not possible with DocStoc and remains one of its biggest shortcomings.

    Robust Document Security: DocStoc’s environment contained very little security, leaving sensitive files susceptible to unauthorized access (a huge HIPAA and FINRA non-compliance issue). eFileCabinet includes state-of-the-art and redundant security measures to ensure that files are properly secured during storage.

    eFileCabinet’s DMS environment includes security measures such as encrypted storage, automatic backups, and role-based security. Extra security measures are also put in place for file sharing to ensure customers work free from worry.

    Our very own SecureDrawer makes sending and sharing files safer and more secure than ever. Our SecureDrawer files reside in secure SAS 70 Type II data centers with a variety of physical barriers and intrusion detection systems to prevent unauthorized access.

    In addition, data that resides in the system is protected using SSL (Secure Socket Layer) encryption to ensure maximum privacy and confidentiality.

    Ability to Create Workflows: The ability to create and view the progress of workflows is another one of eFileCabinet’s huge advantage over DocStoc. One of the major problems with document repositories is that there is very little preventing the duplication of files and folders, as well as limiting the users that can access files. In other words, there is very little document control, time is often wasted, and the filing process is not free of human error..

    eFileCabinet’s Workflow Module provides a means of automating the workflow by routing documents or tasks to a particular user or group of users to perform the actions as per your current work processes. A properly defined workflow can eliminate mistakes including duplicate files, free up time, and documents are directed to the users that need to take the required action.

    Easy to Access Anywhere (Mobile Friendly): eFileCabinet includes a mobile app that allows users to access and share files with clients. With eFileCabinet’s mobile app, one can easily retrieve documents on the move without using precious mobile phone storage.

    Other benefits of the eFileCabinet’s mobile environment include:
    Access and view files stored in your eFileCabinet Online account.
    Print your files from your mobile device.
    Preview files before downloading.
    Download and open documents in other apps.
    Edit documents, photos, and videos on your mobile device and re-upload to sync
    Much more

    Powerful Integration with Intuit Software Like QuickBooks: One of the features lacking in the DocStoc startup was integration with third-party software. eFileCabinet provides a range of flexibility, allowing users to integrate with the powerful accounting software QuickBooks.

    This integration allows both software programs to work together for a synergistic experience that produces tremendous benefits. QuickBooks allows users to easily link customers, vendors, invoices, bills, and much more with the click of a mouse.

    All profile/meta and supporting documents associated with a transaction in QuickBooks can be stored in eFileCabinet. In addition, eFileCabinet’s integration provides enhanced searching capabilities that allow customers to search for keywords to retrieve files quickly and efficiently.

    In closing, it is not difficult to see that eFileCabinet is the best choice for customers who are searching for an alternative following DocStoc’s closure.

    In addition to having document repository features, eFileCabinet provides many other benefits that DocStoc’s professional client base will find useful. eFileCabinet’s reputable tools, services and solutions serve thousands of businesses and organizations worldwide, so you can be free from concern that we won’t be going anywhere.

    We invite you to fill out our form for a 15-minute demo to discover how you can take advantage of eFileCabinet to enhance your business needs.


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Docstoc
    Docstoc.com

    Type of business: Private
    Type of site: Social Software
    Available in: English
    Founded: Los Angeles, California, United States (August 2007)
    Headquarters: Santa Monica, California, USA
    Key people: Jason Nazar (CEO, Co-Founder), Alon Shwartz (CTO, co-founder)
    Services: Document sharing and publishing, with a focus on small businesses
    Website: Docstoc.com
    Alexa rank: Positive decrease 1,191 (April 2014)
    Current status: Closed

    Docstoc was an electronic document repository and online store, aimed at providing professional, financial and legal documents for the business community. It closed in 2015. Users could upload, share and sell their own documents, or purchase professional documents written in-house by professionals and lawyers.

    Contents
    1 History
    2 Technology
    3 Financing
    4 Traffic
    5 Acquisition
    6 Shutdown
    7 References
    8 External links

    History

    Docstoc was officially launched by co-founders Jason Nazar (CEO) and Alon Shwartz (CTO) in October 2007, one month after its debut at the TechCrunch40 Conference. Docstoc began as a resource for sharing documents (including .doc, .pdf and .ppt formats), and allowed users to embed documents on their blog or website.

    Docstoc announced its emergence from beta on May 13, 2009 and introduced several new features, including revenue sharing with users through advertisements. Docstoc was initially compared to content sharing databases such as Scribd, but after its departure from beta evolved into a resource focused on the needs of business owners. The company expanded rapidly in 2011, and employing over 30 people at that point.

    Technology

    The original Docstoc technology allowed users to upload, share or embed documents on their website. Features such as DocShots allowed users to hover over an embedded document link and view a preview without having to download it. Documents could also be set to private, and shared with selected people.

    In 2010, The Docstore Marketplace was launched, and Docstoc encouraged professional users such as lawyers, accountants and real estate brokers to earn revenue from selling their own business documents on the site. Users could sell their commercial documents (such as contracts, business templates, technical guides or academic papers) and split the revenue with Docstoc.

    All of these seller documents had to be approved by Docstoc before being placed in the Docstore, in order to manage professional quality. Document owners could also register for DocCash, a service which generated 50/50 revenue from advertisements between Docstoc and the user.

    In 2011, Docstoc focused on producing its own high-quality business content, with the goal of creating 10,000 professional documents internally by the end of that year; these premium documents were in addition to the over 20 million documents already uploaded by users.

    It also developed partnerships with content providers such as LegalZoom and ProQuest Dissertations, and produced its own articles and videos featuring tips for business professionals. For users interested in frequent use, the website launched Docstoc Premium, a subscription service that allows users to access premium business documents and packages using credits, and surf the website without advertisements. Users could also access Docstoc Premium documents remotely through the iPad app, which was launched in May 2011.

    Financing

    In November 2007, a month after their launch, Docstoc received 750k in Series A funding from investors including Scott Walchek, Brett Brewer, Matt Coffin, Robin Richards, and Crosscut Ventures. Docstoc then raised 3.25 million in their Series B round in April of the following year. The company was claimed to be profitable in 2010, and according to CEO Jason Nazar, had been doubling in revenue over the previous three years, despite stock losses at the time.

    Traffic

    DocStoc’s CEE was quoted by CNN Money in February 2010 saying that the DocStoc database held 13 million documents, was getting twenty million visitors per month, and hosting a million downloads per month. In 2011, the website reported hosting over 20 million user documents and growing from 3 million registered users to over 11 million users.

    Acquisition

    Intuit, maker of financial products like Quickbooks and TurboTax, announced its planned acquisition of Docstoc in 2011.

    Shutdown

    Intuit decided in 2015 to reduce its activity, and to shut down Docstoc by the end of the year. DocStoc announced in September 2015 that it was no longer taking new registrations on their home page, prior to closure. To download a form one must register, but registrations are not accepted, so one effectively cannot download forms anymore unless one is already a registered user. On December 1, 2015 Docstoc.com shut down.


     
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    Mission Impossible VI : Fallout, English Subtitle 

    Mission Impossible VI : Fallout, English Subtitle

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt4912910/

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    Mission Impossible Fallout 2018 NEW HDCAM.XViD.AC3-ETRG.srt


    1
    00:02:26,000 –> 00:02:26,440
    “MISSION IMPOSSIBLE FALLOUT”
    by @than GuavaBerry

    2
    00:02:26,440 –> 00:02:28,430
    Sejak kau menangkapnya 2 tahun lalu…

    3
    00:02:28,470 –> 00:02:32,340
    ketidakhadirannya menimbulkan
    akibat tak terduga.

    4
    00:02:32,410 –> 00:02:37,240
    Agen-agen Sindikatnya terus
    buat kekacauan di seluruh dunia.

    5
    00:02:37,280 –> 00:02:39,270
    Divisi Aktivitas Khusus ClA…

    6
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    memburu jaringan elite Lane.

    7
    00:02:42,350 –> 00:02:44,380
    Tapi banyak yang masih
    tak dikenal dan bebas.

    8
    00:02:44,520 –> 00:02:49,290
    Sisa dari komplotannya menyebut diri
    sebagai ”Apostles.”

    9
    00:02:50,490 –> 00:02:55,400
    Mereka teror upahan, menjadikan mereka
    ancaman yang lebih serius.

    10
    00:02:56,230 –> 00:02:59,460
    Mereka pelaku wabah cacar
    di wilayah lndia di Kashmir…

    11
    00:02:59,500 –> 00:03:04,340
    di perbatasan Tiongkok dan Pakistan,
    mengancam sepertiga populasi dunia.

    12
    00:03:04,470 –> 00:03:06,370
    Wabahnya sudah dibendung…

    13
    00:03:06,510 –> 00:03:10,310
    Tapi intelijen bilang ada klien baru
    menyewa Apostles…

    14
    00:03:10,350 –> 00:03:12,250
    untuk operasi yang lebih ambisius.

    15
    00:03:12,550 –> 00:03:18,280
    Mereka dihubungi oleh ekstremis
    dengan nama sandi John Lark…

    16
    00:03:18,350 –> 00:03:20,380
    perancang kiamat ini…

    17
    00:03:20,420 –> 00:03:23,360
    berniat menghancurkan
    tatanan dunia yang ada.

    18
    00:03:24,260 –> 00:03:25,450
    Lark bertanggung jawab

    19
    00:03:25,490 –> 00:03:29,490
    atas hilangnya pakar nuklir
    asal Norwegia, Nils Delbruuk.

    20
    00:03:30,370 –> 00:03:32,360
    lzin Dr. Delbruuk dicabut…

    21
    00:03:32,400 –> 00:03:35,340
    setelah dia mengungkapkan pandangannya
    tentang anti agama.

    22
    00:03:35,400 –> 00:03:39,430
    Apostles berkomunikasi dengan
    organisasi kriminal Eropa Timur…

    23
    00:03:39,470 –> 00:03:44,380
    yang punya tiga inti plutonium curian
    dari pangkalan roket di timur Rusia.

    24
    00:03:45,450 –> 00:03:48,310
    lni menunjukkan
    John Lark dan Apostles…

    25
    00:03:48,320 –> 00:03:51,340
    bekerja sama untuk memiliki
    senjata nuklir yang berfungsi.

    26
    00:03:52,320 –> 00:03:56,260
    Menurut NEST orang dengan pengetahuan
    Delbruuk, memakai materia yang ada…

    27
    00:03:56,290 –> 00:04:00,280
    bisa menyelesaikan tiga senjata
    secepat 72 jam.

    28
    00:04:00,500 –> 00:04:04,330
    Alat ini berbentuk portabel dan bisa
    dikirim ke mana saja dalam semalam.

    29
    00:04:05,430 –> 00:04:09,460
    Di tangan John Lark dan Apostles,
    senjata ini akan menjadi ancaman besar…

    30
    00:04:09,470 –> 00:04:11,370
    bagi jutaan orang.

    31
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    Misimu, jika kau menerimanya…

    32
    00:04:14,410 –> 00:04:19,280
    mencegah Apostles mendapatkan plutonium
    dengan segala cara.

    33
    00:04:20,250 –> 00:04:23,340
    Jika kau atau anggota lMF lain
    tertangkap atau terbunuh…

    34
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    Menteri akan menyangkal aksimu.

    35
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    Semoga berhasil, Ethan.

    36
    00:04:27,490 –> 00:04:31,260
    Pesan ini akan hancur dalam lima detik.

    37
    00:04:45,510 –> 00:04:47,300
    Dia terlambat.

    38
    00:04:47,510 –> 00:04:50,380

    • Dia tak pernah terlambat.
    • Dia akan datang.

    39
    00:04:50,450 –> 00:04:52,310
    Aku tak suka.

    40
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    Ada sesuatu dari orang ini
    yang membuat merinding.

    41
    00:04:55,480 –> 00:04:57,350
    Tenang saja.

    42
    00:04:57,450 –> 00:04:59,250
    Aku tenang.

    43
    00:04:59,320 –> 00:05:02,310
    Kedengarannya tidak.
    Luther, dia terdengar tenang?

    44
    00:05:02,390 –> 00:05:04,260
    Dia terdengar takut.

    45
    00:05:04,260 –> 00:05:06,350
    Aku tidak takut.
    Hanya punya perasaan buruk.

    46
    00:05:06,400 –> 00:05:08,390
    Tadi katamu kau tenang.

    47
    00:05:08,400 –> 00:05:11,490
    Bisa saja orang merasa
    tenang dan gelisah bersamaan.

    48
    00:05:11,530 –> 00:05:14,260

    • Tidak bisa.
    • Kau sering begitu.

    49
    00:05:14,300 –> 00:05:15,430

    • Tidak.
    • Ya.

    50
    00:05:15,470 –> 00:05:16,370
    Tidak.

    51
    00:05:16,370 –> 00:05:19,270
    Aku harus percaya saat ini
    kau merasa tenang…

    52
    00:05:19,340 –> 00:05:20,310
    Benji.

    53
    00:05:20,310 –> 00:05:23,440
    di gang gelap untuk membeli plutonium
    dari psikopat?

    54
    00:05:23,480 –> 00:05:25,500
    Benji, aku menjagamu.

    55
    00:05:26,280 –> 00:05:28,340
    Lihat, Benji? Kau benar-benar aman.

    56
    00:05:28,380 –> 00:05:30,280
    Mudah bagimu bicara, kau di mobil.

    57
    00:05:30,320 –> 00:05:32,250
    Kau yang ingin tugas lapangan.

    58
    00:05:32,290 –> 00:05:34,310
    Malam ini aku ingin di mobil, Luther!

    59
    00:05:34,320 –> 00:05:35,420
    Dia datang.

    60
    00:05:35,490 –> 00:05:37,320
    Astaga.

    61
    00:05:52,440 –> 00:05:54,310
    Siapkan uangnya, Luther.

    62
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    Baik.

    63
    00:06:00,250 –> 00:06:01,370
    Ethan, kau dengar?

    64
    00:06:01,420 –> 00:06:02,470
    Kau dengar?

    65
    00:06:15,460 –> 00:06:18,260
    Kita akan lakukan ini atau tidak?

    66
    00:06:23,510 –> 00:06:28,270
    Aku bertahan di bisnis ini
    atas bantuan suara di kepalaku.

    67
    00:06:30,280 –> 00:06:33,300
    Suara ini tak pernah salah.
    Dan setiap kali bertemu kau…

    68
    00:06:33,520 –> 00:06:36,250
    suara ini mengatakan hal sama.

    69
    00:06:36,450 –> 00:06:37,440
    Apa itu?

    70
    00:06:38,450 –> 00:06:39,480
    Tidak ada.

    71
    00:06:45,260 –> 00:06:48,420
    Aku di sini untuk berbisnis.
    Suruh suara itu melempar koin.

    72
    00:07:20,360 –> 00:07:21,330
    Apa itu?

    73
    00:07:21,400 –> 00:07:26,460
    lni tongkat berilium yang bereaksi
    dengan plutonium di dalam inti.

    74
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    Semua asli.

    75
    00:07:39,510 –> 00:07:41,210
    Uangnya?

    76
    00:07:42,320 –> 00:07:43,380
    Uangnya.

    77
    00:07:46,350 –> 00:07:47,410
    Bawa kemari uangnya.

    78
    00:07:59,500 –> 00:08:01,490
    Luther, bawa kemari uangnya.

    79
    00:08:10,410 –> 00:08:12,380
    Kami butuh uangnya, Luther.

    80
    00:08:13,280 –> 00:08:14,310
    Bunuh mereka.

    81
    00:08:19,390 –> 00:08:20,480
    Biar kuambil!

    82
    00:08:25,290 –> 00:08:26,350
    Luther, kau dengar?

    83
    00:08:26,360 –> 00:08:27,330
    Luther!

    84
    00:08:27,430 –> 00:08:29,260
    Luther, jawab.

    85
    00:08:29,300 –> 00:08:31,230
    Luther tidak di sini.

    86
    00:08:31,270 –> 00:08:33,260
    Apa yang Apostles bisa lakukan untukmu…

    87
    00:08:33,400 –> 00:08:34,330
    Hunt?

    88
    00:08:34,370 –> 00:08:37,300
    -Apa maumu?

    • Kau terjebak, Hunt.

    89
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    Berikan plutoniumnya dan pergilah.

    90
    00:08:40,440 –> 00:08:42,270
    Benji, bawa mobilnya kemari.

    91
    00:08:42,380 –> 00:08:44,280

    • Tidak bisa.
    • Benji.

    92
    00:08:44,310 –> 00:08:45,510
    Bawa mobil kemari.

    93
    00:09:06,270 –> 00:09:07,530
    Mari buat kesepakatan, Hunt.

    94
    00:09:08,340 –> 00:09:11,460
    Berikan plutoniumnya
    dan temanmu tidak kami bunuh.

    95
    00:09:15,340 –> 00:09:17,440
    Jangan, Ethan! Tidak untukku!

    96
    00:09:31,260 –> 00:09:32,490
    Kuhitung sampai tiga.

    97
    00:09:33,330 –> 00:09:34,300
    Satu.

    98
    00:09:35,500 –> 00:09:37,330

    • Dua.
    • Luther…

    99
    00:09:38,370 –> 00:09:39,390

    • maafkan aku.
    • Tiga.

    100
    00:09:54,520 –> 00:09:57,280
    Maaf. Aku tak tahu harus berbuat apa lagi.

    101
    00:09:57,320 –> 00:09:58,310
    Tidak apa-apa.

    102
    00:10:02,360 –> 00:10:04,350

    • Kau baik-baik saja?
    • Seharusnya aku mati.

    103
    00:10:04,460 –> 00:10:05,480
    Seharusnya kita semua mati.

    104
    00:10:08,300 –> 00:10:09,320
    Kenapa tidak?

    105
    00:10:10,400 –> 00:10:11,490
    Di mana plutoniumnya?

    106
    00:10:23,510 –> 00:10:25,270
    Hilang.

    107
    00:10:29,480 –> 00:10:31,350
    Jika Anda baru bergabung…

    108
    00:10:31,350 –> 00:10:35,380
    tiga ledakan besar terjadi bersamaan…

    109
    00:10:35,420 –> 00:10:38,290
    yang merupakan serangan terkoordinasi.

    110
    00:10:38,360 –> 00:10:41,350
    lni tayangan langsung dari Roma,
    menghadap ke Vatikan…

    111
    00:10:41,430 –> 00:10:44,190
    dan kamera kami sudah sedekat mungkin.

    112
    00:10:44,300 –> 00:10:48,400
    Paus diyakini berada di dalam kediaman
    ketika ledakan terjadi…

    113
    00:10:48,400 –> 00:10:52,400
    Kami juga tayang langsung dari Yerusalem
    persis diluar kotanya.

    114
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    Juga dari kota suci Mekkah…

    115
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    dari USS Ronald Reagan di Laut Merah,
    dekat lepas pantai Arab Saudi.

    116
    00:10:59,550 –> 00:11:01,480
    Radiasi terdeteksi…

    117
    00:11:02,250 –> 00:11:07,210
    menunjukkan senjata nuklir digunakan
    dalam serangan mengerikan ini.

    118
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    Ethan… sudah waktunya.

    119
    00:11:09,320 –> 00:11:12,320
    asumsi kabar korban jiwa
    yang diduga berjumlah tinggi.

    120
    00:11:12,360 –> 00:11:14,450
    Kabarnya senjata yang digunakan…

    121
    00:11:14,500 –> 00:11:19,300
    membutuhkan pengetahuan khusus
    yang hanya dimiliki sedikit orang.

    122
    00:11:19,400 –> 00:11:24,340
    Pertanyaannya siapa yang menyerang
    ketiga lokasi suci ini? Dan kenapa?

    123
    00:11:24,440 –> 00:11:29,240
    Serangan terjadi pada saat yang sama,
    satu jam lalu…

    124
    00:11:29,340 –> 00:11:30,500
    pada pukul 04.00 Wakti Bagian Timur.

    125
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    Beberapa menit kemudian,
    Kongres memeritahkan reses darurat…

    126
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    dan Gedung Capotil dievakuasi.

    127
    00:11:37,320 –> 00:11:39,410
    Presiden meninggalkan Washington
    dengan Air Force One.

    128
    00:11:39,450 –> 00:11:42,250
    Gedung Putih menyatakan keadaan darurat…

    129
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    dan militer dalam siaga satu.

    130
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    Tinggalkan kami.

    131
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    Dr. Delbruuk.

    132
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    Kami tahu siapa dirimu.

    133
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    Kami membaca manifestonya,
    kami menemukan labmu.

    134
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    Tidak ada perdamaian
    tanpa penderitaan besar.

    135
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    ”Semakin besar penderitaannya
    semakin besar perdamaiannya.”

    136
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    lni akan menyatukan mereka.

    137
    00:12:16,290 –> 00:12:18,350
    Saat mereka baca manifesto ini,
    mereka akan mengerti.

    138
    00:12:18,390 –> 00:12:20,450
    Tak ada yang akan membaca manifesto itu.

    139
    00:12:21,360 –> 00:12:22,390
    Kujamin.

    140
    00:12:23,300 –> 00:12:24,270
    lni hari apa?

    141
    00:12:24,430 –> 00:12:25,490
    Berapa lama aku di sini?

    142
    00:12:26,300 –> 00:12:28,270
    Apa yang terakhir kau ingat?

    143
    00:12:29,370 –> 00:12:31,240
    Aku sedang mengemudi.

    144
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    • Ada yang menabrakku.
    • ltu dua minggu lalu.

    145
    00:12:36,480 –> 00:12:38,280

    • Dua minggu?
    • Dua minggu.

    146
    00:12:38,310 –> 00:12:40,250
    lni milikmu, bukan?

    147
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    lni cara Lark berkomunikasi denganmu.

    148
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    • Lark?
    • John Lark.

    149
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    • Kami tahu semua tentang dia.
    • Kau tak tahu apa-apa.

    150
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    Ada informasi di ponsel ini
    untuk menemukannya.

    151
    00:12:49,520 –> 00:12:51,390
    Kau punya kode sandinya.

    152
    00:12:51,460 –> 00:12:53,430
    Menurutmu Lark adalah musuh.

    153
    00:12:54,500 –> 00:12:55,460
    Tapi kau…

    154
    00:12:56,360 –> 00:12:59,300
    siapa pun dirimu, kaulah musuhnya.

    155
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    Karena kaulah sistem bertahan.

    156
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    • Kenapa penderitaan berlangsung.
    • Diam!

    157
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    Kami tak peduli padamu.
    Kami mau Lark.

    158
    00:13:06,540 –> 00:13:09,440

    • Mau buat kesepakatan?
    • Tidak, Luther.

    159
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    Keluar.

    160
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    Beri aku lima menit dengannya.

    161
    00:13:14,250 –> 00:13:16,340
    Tidak. Kita tidak bisa begitu.

    162
    00:13:16,380 –> 00:13:18,410
    Mungkin kita perlu pertimbangkan itu.

    163
    00:13:19,320 –> 00:13:21,410
    Bagaimana jika mereka baca manifesto
    di televisi?

    164
    00:13:21,520 –> 00:13:24,320

    • Kau bisa?
    • Dengan sekali menelpon.

    165
    00:13:26,230 –> 00:13:28,290
    Jika dia membaca manifesto Lark…

    166
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    Tidak.

    167
    00:13:29,360 –> 00:13:31,230
    Akan kuberikan kode sandinya.

    168
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    Ethan! Ethan!

    169
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    Pikir, Ethan. Demi banyak orang.

    170
    00:13:37,310 –> 00:13:38,360
    Ya, berpikirlah.

    171
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    Pak.

    172
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    Dia tak mau bekerja sama.

    173
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    Benar, Pak.
    Jika kau membaca manifestonya…

    174
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    di televisi.

    175
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    Maaf, Pak.

    176
    00:14:13,340 –> 00:14:16,310
    Pasar global dan perdagangan anjlok.

    177
    00:14:16,340 –> 00:14:20,470
    Tunggu. Kabarnya kami akan menerima
    informasi tambahan.

    178
    00:14:21,520 –> 00:14:25,420
    Aku baru menerima dokumen
    dari Nils Delbruuk…

    179
    00:14:25,490 –> 00:14:31,250
    pakar senjata nuklir yang membuat
    senjata dalam serangan ini.

    180
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    Aku diminta membacakan manifesto ini.

    181
    00:14:35,530 –> 00:14:39,260
    ”Tidak ada perdamaian
    tanpa penderitaan besar.

    182
    00:14:39,370 –> 00:14:42,230
    ”Semakin besar penderitaannya,
    semakin besar perdamaiannya.

    183
    00:14:42,370 –> 00:14:47,240
    ”Manusia terpikat untuk menghancurkan diri
    seperti ngengat dengan lilin…

    184
    00:14:47,310 –> 00:14:51,540
    ”maka para pembela perdamaian…
    Gereja, pemerintah, hukum…

    185
    00:14:52,310 –> 00:14:55,280
    ”berusaha menyelamatkan manusia
    dari dirinya sendiri.”

    186
    00:14:55,350 –> 00:14:56,510
    lni takkan menolongmu sekarang.

    187
    00:14:56,520 –> 00:15:00,350
    ”Tapi dengan mencegah bencana,
    mereka menunda perdamaian…”

    188
    00:15:00,360 –> 00:15:01,480
    Nasi sudah menjadi bubur.

    189
    00:15:02,260 –> 00:15:04,490
    ”yang hanya bisa didapat lewat
    baptisan api.

    190
    00:15:04,490 –> 00:15:10,230
    ”Penderitaan yang kubawa bukanlah
    awal dari akhir. lni awal dari saling…”

    191
    00:15:10,470 –> 00:15:12,260
    Sudah dapat?

    192
    00:15:13,300 –> 00:15:16,290
    ”lni langkah pertama menuju
    persatuan manusia.”

    193
    00:15:16,340 –> 00:15:17,300
    Dapat.

    194
    00:15:17,310 –> 00:15:20,400
    ”Perdamaian yang kubawa adalah
    jembatan menuju perdamaian sejati.”

    195
    00:15:21,340 –> 00:15:22,270
    Lakukan.

    196
    00:15:35,490 –> 00:15:37,250
    Dapat?

    197
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    Tentu.

    198
    00:15:47,440 –> 00:15:48,420
    Sudah kubilang kita akan berhasil.

    199
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    Aku tidak mengerti.

    200
    00:15:51,440 –> 00:15:53,300
    Serangannya tidak terjadi?

    201
    00:15:53,440 –> 00:15:56,500
    Kecelakaan mobilmu…
    itu satu jam lalu.

    202
    00:15:57,380 –> 00:15:59,240
    Aku yang menabrakmu.

    203
    00:16:00,280 –> 00:16:01,410
    Baru selesai…

    204
    00:16:01,480 –> 00:16:03,310
    kalau kami bilang selesai.

    205
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    PANGKALAN UDARA RAMSTEIN, JERMAN

    206
    00:17:19,260 –> 00:17:21,350
    Ponsel yang kau buka membawa kami
    ke server di lslandia…

    207
    00:17:21,400 –> 00:17:25,420
    di mana kami menyingkap komunikasi
    antara John Lark dan wanita ini:

    208
    00:17:26,300 –> 00:17:28,430
    Alana Mitsopolis, aktivis dan dermawan…

    209
    00:17:28,470 –> 00:17:31,340
    yang dijuluki White Widow
    untuk pekerjaan amalnya.

    210
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    ltu hanya samarannya sebagai
    penjual senjata, pencucian uang.

    211
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    Koneksi politik yang luas
    memberinya perlindungan.

    212
    00:17:37,480 –> 00:17:42,280
    Lark dan Widow bertemu malam ini
    untuk merundingkan pengiriman paket…

    213
    00:17:42,320 –> 00:17:45,220
    yang diduga plutonium kita.

    214
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    Mereka akan bertemu dalam ruang pribadi
    di Grad Palais, Paris…

    215
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    saat galang dana tahunan.
    Perinciannya di berkas.

    216
    00:17:51,290 –> 00:17:56,320
    Jika sampai tengah malam Lark tak muncul,
    Widow akan jual ke penawar tertinggi.

    217
    00:17:56,360 –> 00:17:57,420
    Jadi kau punya…

    218
    00:17:57,470 –> 00:17:59,520
    dua jam untuk menemukan Lark.

    219
    00:18:00,230 –> 00:18:02,290
    Ada sesuatu yang kau harus tahu.

    220
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    Cukup sampai di situ.

    221
    00:18:04,240 –> 00:18:06,400
    Kau punya pilihan sulit di Berlin.

    222
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    Plutonium atau regumu. Kau memilih
    regumu, kini dunia dalam bahaya.

    223
    00:18:11,480 –> 00:18:14,310
    Kekurangan dalam dirimu…

    224
    00:18:14,320 –> 00:18:17,480
    membuatmu tak bisa memilih
    antara satu nyawa dan jutaan nyawa.

    225
    00:18:18,290 –> 00:18:22,250
    Bagimu itu kelemahan.
    Bagiku, itu kekuatan terbesarmu.

    226
    00:18:22,390 –> 00:18:25,360
    Jadi aku tahu kau bisa kuandalkan
    untuk menjagaku.

    227
    00:18:25,390 –> 00:18:28,390
    Pindah kemari dari ClA adalah langkah
    lateral, ada yang bilang penurunan.

    228
    00:18:28,430 –> 00:18:29,400
    Tapi kulakukan…

    229
    00:18:30,330 –> 00:18:31,390
    karena kau.

    230
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    Jangan buat aku menyesalinya.

    231
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    Teleponlah.

    232
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    Matikan mesinnya.

    233
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    • Apa yang kau lakukan, Erika?
    • Mungkin ini misimu…

    234
    00:19:06,270 –> 00:19:10,230
    tapi ini pesawat CIA.
    Takkan lepas landas tanpa seizinku.

    235
    00:19:26,300 –> 00:19:28,470
    Kita perlu informasi yang bisa diandalkan,
    sekarang.

    236
    00:19:28,510 –> 00:19:31,440
    Untuk inilah IMF ada!

    237
    00:19:31,440 –> 00:19:33,410
    IMF adalah Halloween, Alan.

    238
    00:19:34,280 –> 00:19:37,340
    Sekelompok orang memakai topeng karet
    meminta permen atau dijahili.

    239
    00:19:37,520 –> 00:19:42,390
    Jika dia pertahankan plutoniumnya
    di Berlin, kita takkan membahas ini.

    240
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    • Timnya bisa mati.
    • Ya. Bisa saja.

    241
    00:19:46,260 –> 00:19:47,380
    ltu bagian dari pekerjaan.

    242
    00:19:47,460 –> 00:19:50,450
    ltu sebabnya aku mau orangku ikut…

    243
    00:19:50,460 –> 00:19:52,490
    untuk menilai situasinya.

    244
    00:19:53,330 –> 00:19:55,390
    Agen Walker, Aktivis Khusus.

    245
    00:19:55,500 –> 00:19:57,470
    Aku sudah dengar reputasinya.

    246
    00:19:57,470 –> 00:19:59,300
    Kau memakai pisau bedah.

    247
    00:20:00,340 –> 00:20:02,500
    Aku lebih suka palu.

    248
    00:20:09,510 –> 00:20:11,340
    Orangku ikut…

    249
    00:20:11,410 –> 00:20:13,310
    atau tak ada yang pergi.

    250
    00:20:21,250 –> 00:20:23,340
    Jangan ada yang menghalangimu
    mendapatkan plutonium itu.

    251
    00:20:23,390 –> 00:20:26,510
    Tidak Hunt, timnya, atau siapa pun juga.

    252
    00:20:45,340 –> 00:20:47,470
    White Widow punya mata-mata
    di setiap lapisan pemerintah.

    253
    00:20:48,280 –> 00:20:52,370
    Pesawat ini dianggap komersial jadi kita
    bisa terjun ke Prancis tanpa terdeteksi.

    254
    00:20:53,280 –> 00:20:55,440
    Widow menemui Lark
    di ruang VlP tengah malam.

    255
    00:20:56,250 –> 00:20:59,220
    Tak boleh ada yang masuk tanpa
    pita pengenal elektronik.

    256
    00:20:59,390 –> 00:21:03,320
    Kita punya nomer untuk RFID untuk pita
    Lark sehingga kita bisa menemukannya…

    257
    00:21:04,330 –> 00:21:05,390
    dengan ini.

    258
    00:21:05,430 –> 00:21:08,260
    Temukan pita pengenal itu,
    kau menemukan Lark.

    259
    00:21:08,530 –> 00:21:10,230
    Lalu apa?

    260
    00:21:12,270 –> 00:21:13,200
    Lalu…

    261
    00:21:14,540 –> 00:21:16,440
    kugunakan identitasnya…

    262
    00:21:16,510 –> 00:21:20,240
    dan menemui Widow.
    Dia membawa kita ke paket.

    263
    00:21:20,480 –> 00:21:23,240
    Orang tertipu dengan cara ini?

    264
    00:21:23,550 –> 00:21:26,410
    Apa rencanamu agar Lark bekerja sama?

    265
    00:21:28,420 –> 00:21:30,320
    Aku menabraknya di keramaian.

    266
    00:21:30,520 –> 00:21:35,350
    Dalam 10 detik, dia sama mabuknya dengan
    orang lain, bingung dan mudah dipengaruhi.

    267
    00:21:35,360 –> 00:21:37,490
    Setelah kupinjam wajahnya,
    kau bawa dia ke pintu depan…

    268
    00:21:37,530 –> 00:21:39,390
    dan serahkan dia ke tim ekstraksi Sloane.

    269
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    Kau tak bisa menyingkirkanku
    semudah itu, Hunt.

    270
    00:21:42,270 –> 00:21:43,390
    Bukan itu tujuannya.

    271
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    Tentu itu tujuannya.

    272
    00:21:45,370 –> 00:21:48,240
    Aku tahu kau tak ingin aku ikut.

    273
    00:21:48,340 –> 00:21:49,400
    Tapi hadapi saja:

    274
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    Jika kau mengambil keputusan berat
    di Berlin, aku takkan di sini.

    275
    00:21:53,380 –> 00:21:56,470
    Jika kau tak menembak mati setiap
    agen Sindikat yang kau temukan…

    276
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    aku takkan di sini.

    277
    00:21:58,550 –> 00:22:01,310
    Ya, aku tahu semua tentang dirimu.

    278
    00:22:01,320 –> 00:22:04,290
    Gara-gara kau, tak ada saksi hidup
    untuk mengenali John Lark…

    279
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    atau Apostles.

    280
    00:22:06,260 –> 00:22:10,390
    Jika keberatan dengan caraku,
    kau boleh mundur.

    281
    00:22:10,430 –> 00:22:13,520
    ”Misimu, jika kau menerimanya.”

    282
    00:22:14,300 –> 00:22:16,270
    Begitu, bukan?

    283
    00:22:17,400 –> 00:22:19,330
    Dua menit menjelang dekompresi.

    284
    00:22:19,400 –> 00:22:22,500
    Bersiaplah.
    Widow menemui Lark dalam 30 menit.

    285
    00:22:39,420 –> 00:22:42,220
    Sepuluh detik menjelang dekompresi.

    286
    00:22:45,330 –> 00:22:46,420
    Oksigenmu menyala?

    287
    00:22:48,400 –> 00:22:52,460
    Tak ada atmosfer pada ketinggian ini.
    Jangan sampai pingsan.

    288
    00:22:55,500 –> 00:22:59,460
    Tampilan memiliki sistem pemandu,
    ikuti ke sasaran.

    289
    00:22:59,510 –> 00:23:03,380
    Buka parasut sesuai aba-aba dari sistem,
    tidak sebelum, apalagi sesudahnya…

    290
    00:23:03,410 –> 00:23:06,470
    atau hal terakhir melintasi pikiranmu
    adalah lututmu. Paham?

    291
    00:23:06,520 –> 00:23:08,280
    Sangat jelas.

    292
    00:23:30,410 –> 00:23:32,310
    Kau perlu pikirkan lagi.

    293
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    • Minggir.

    -Ada badai. Kita perlu…

    294
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    Cukup bicaranya. Sampai jumpa di Paris.

    295
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    Ayo, ayo, ayo.

    296
    00:24:00,300 –> 00:24:03,290
    Ketinggian: 7.5 Km.

    297
    00:24:09,410 –> 00:24:10,340
    Walker?

    298
    00:24:10,380 –> 00:24:13,400
    Ada apa, Hunt? Kau takut kilat kecil?

    299
    00:24:22,390 –> 00:24:25,290
    Ketinggian: 6 Km.

    300
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    Kurang ajar.

    301
    00:24:27,530 –> 00:24:29,220
    Walker?

    302
    00:24:31,400 –> 00:24:32,390
    Kau dengar?

    303
    00:24:34,370 –> 00:24:35,430
    Walker?

    304
    00:24:40,410 –> 00:24:41,430
    Walker?

    305
    00:24:48,320 –> 00:24:49,280
    Ayo.

    306
    00:24:49,320 –> 00:24:51,510
    Ketinggian: 4.5 Km.

    307
    00:24:55,290 –> 00:24:56,280
    Walker.

    308
    00:24:57,330 –> 00:24:58,290
    Walker!

    309
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    Walker!

    310
    00:25:11,410 –> 00:25:12,430
    Walker!

    311
    00:25:12,540 –> 00:25:15,440
    Ketinggian: 3 Km.

    312
    00:25:19,280 –> 00:25:20,270
    2.7 Km.

    313
    00:25:20,320 –> 00:25:21,370
    Gawat.

    314
    00:25:23,450 –> 00:25:25,350
    2.4 Km.

    315
    00:25:28,290 –> 00:25:29,450
    2.1 Km.

    316
    00:25:33,260 –> 00:25:34,460
    1.8 Km.

    317
    00:25:37,470 –> 00:25:39,260
    1.5 Km.

    318
    00:25:42,370 –> 00:25:43,390
    1.2 Km.

    319
    00:25:43,440 –> 00:25:44,410
    Walker!

    320
    00:25:45,310 –> 00:25:46,300
    Walker!

    321
    00:25:47,310 –> 00:25:48,330
    900 meter.

    322
    00:25:48,340 –> 00:25:50,440
    Buka parasut. Buka parasut.

    323
    00:25:50,510 –> 00:25:53,310
    Buka parasut.

    324
    00:25:53,350 –> 00:25:55,320
    Buka parasut.

    325
    00:26:08,360 –> 00:26:09,420
    Astaga.

    326
    00:26:31,350 –> 00:26:32,510
    Kau kehilangan oksigenmu.

    327
    00:26:56,240 –> 00:26:57,510
    Di sana Widow bertemu Lark.

    328
    00:27:42,290 –> 00:27:43,280
    Walker!

    329
    00:27:46,360 –> 00:27:47,490
    Katakan lagi! Di mana…

    330
    00:27:48,230 –> 00:27:49,200
    Ethan.

    331
    00:29:44,380 –> 00:29:46,470

    • Di mana jarumnya?
    • Tak perlu.

    332
    00:29:47,520 –> 00:29:48,500
    Angkat dia.

    333
    00:30:38,400 –> 00:30:40,490
    Jangan malu.
    Semakin ramai semakin seru.

    334
    00:30:40,500 –> 00:30:42,230
    Ayolah, kami tidak kasar.

    335
    00:30:42,240 –> 00:30:45,260

    • Boleh bergabung?
    • Kami tidak menggigit.

    336
    00:32:15,300 –> 00:32:16,390
    Sial.

    337
    00:33:01,150 –> 00:33:04,980

    • Masih bisa buat topeng?
    • Perlu wajah untuk buat topeng.

    338
    00:33:05,020 –> 00:33:08,080
    Maaf. Aku membidik dadanya.

    339
    00:33:09,960 –> 00:33:11,980

    • Kenapa kau di sini?

    -Aku juga senang melihatmu.

    340
    00:33:12,030 –> 00:33:14,150
    Maaf, aku bingung. Kau…?

    341
    00:33:16,160 –> 00:33:18,000
    Teman lama.

    342
    00:33:31,010 –> 00:33:33,040
    Batalkan ekstraksi. Status kode biru.

    343
    00:33:33,980 –> 00:33:35,140
    Kirim tim pembersih.

    344
    00:33:36,120 –> 00:33:37,140
    Kamar kecil pria utara.

    345
    00:33:40,120 –> 00:33:42,180
    Kau tak menjawabku.
    Kenapa kau di sini?

    346
    00:33:45,960 –> 00:33:49,920
    Bagus. Tenang saja.
    Mendongak sampai pendarahannya berhenti.

    347
    00:33:49,970 –> 00:33:50,990
    Mau apa?

    348
    00:33:51,030 –> 00:33:53,000
    Kau juga mau kuhajar?

    349
    00:33:55,070 –> 00:33:57,160
    Kau tak sendirian di sini.
    Siapa yang mengutusmu?

    350
    00:33:57,170 –> 00:33:58,940
    Aku tak bisa bilang.

    351
    00:33:59,010 –> 00:34:01,030

    • Kau mau apa?
    • Kencan dengan White Widow.

    352
    00:34:01,040 –> 00:34:04,010
    Dia yang kencan dengan Widow.
    Kau tak mirip dengannya.

    353
    00:34:04,050 –> 00:34:06,040
    Berharaplah mereka tak pernah bertemu.

    354
    00:34:06,080 –> 00:34:09,140

    • Berharap bukanlah strategi!
    • Kau pasti orang baru.

    355
    00:34:09,150 –> 00:34:12,090
    Tak ada pilihan lain.
    White Widow satu-satunya petunjuk.

    356
    00:34:12,150 –> 00:34:14,020
    Aku harus jadi orang ini
    selama lima menit.

    357
    00:34:14,020 –> 00:34:15,150

    • Jangan lakukan.

    -Apa?

    358
    00:34:16,160 –> 00:34:18,990
    Ada apa? Apa yang kau rahasiakan?

    359
    00:34:18,990 –> 00:34:20,120
    Kau tak mengerti terlibat dalam apa.

    360
    00:34:20,160 –> 00:34:22,130
    Aku tak mengerti terlibat apa.

    361
    00:34:22,200 –> 00:34:24,960
    Aku tak mengerti terlibat apa?

    362
    00:34:27,140 –> 00:34:28,160
    Aku terlibat apa?

    363
    00:34:28,170 –> 00:34:30,200
    Jika mau bertemu Widow,
    dia pergi tiga menit lagi.

    364
    00:34:33,140 –> 00:34:35,010

    • Ethan!
    • Aku akan berhasil.

    365
    00:34:35,040 –> 00:34:36,940

    • Ethan!
    • Aku akan berhasil.

    366
    00:34:39,110 –> 00:34:40,140
    Namaku Walker.

    367
    00:34:40,180 –> 00:34:42,210
    Oh, ya? Terima kasih kembali.

    368
    00:35:01,970 –> 00:35:03,940

    • Kau mau apa?
    • lkut denganmu.

    369
    00:35:03,970 –> 00:35:06,130

    • Tidak boleh.
    • Ada orang dikirim untuk membunuh Lark.

    370
    00:35:06,140 –> 00:35:09,940

    • Aku tahu.
    • Bukan aku. Sewaan. Pembunuh bayaran.

    371
    00:35:09,980 –> 00:35:12,170
    Mereka tak tahu wajahnya,
    hanya tahu akan menemui Widow

    372
    00:35:12,180 –> 00:35:16,080
    Mereka akan mengira kau Lark
    dan akan membunuhmu.

    373
    00:35:16,220 –> 00:35:17,980
    Dari mana kau tahu semua ini?

    374
    00:35:19,150 –> 00:35:21,050
    Aku tak bisa bilang.

    375
    00:35:23,230 –> 00:35:25,960
    Seharusnya kau tidak kembali.

    376
    00:35:27,930 –> 00:35:29,190
    Seharusnya kau ikut aku.

    377
    00:35:38,070 –> 00:35:41,130
    Amal ini dimulai untuk menghormati ibuku.

    378
    00:35:42,110 –> 00:35:45,050
    Bagi yang mengenalnya
    memahami kekuatannya…

    379
    00:35:45,180 –> 00:35:48,170
    kegigihannya, kepandaiannya.

    380
    00:35:49,120 –> 00:35:53,950
    Tapi ada sisi lain dirinya
    yang banyak orang tidak ketahui.

    381
    00:35:54,190 –> 00:35:56,990
    Bagian dari jiwanya
    yang membawa kita semua…

    382
    00:35:57,060 –> 00:35:59,190
    berkumpul malam ini.

    383
    00:36:00,200 –> 00:36:02,990
    Max adalah sebuah paradoks.

    384
    00:36:05,970 –> 00:36:07,990
    Dia tertarik dengan hal-hal paradoks…

    385
    00:36:09,040 –> 00:36:11,160
    ketertarikan yang kuwarisi.

    386
    00:36:13,980 –> 00:36:17,070
    Max tak punya bayangan
    tentang dunia kita saat ini.

    387
    00:36:18,150 –> 00:36:21,170
    Tapi dia memiliki impian
    akan masa depan yang berbeda.

    388
    00:36:22,220 –> 00:36:26,150
    Masa depan yang tidak lagi
    membutuhkan bakat uniknya.

    389
    00:36:27,060 –> 00:36:29,920
    Semua yang dia pelajari dari dunia…

    390
    00:36:30,030 –> 00:36:33,090
    digunakan untuk membuat
    dunia menjadi lebih baik.

    391
    00:36:34,060 –> 00:36:36,050
    Masa depan itu belum tiba.

    392
    00:36:38,000 –> 00:36:39,930
    Malam ini, kontribusimu…

    393
    00:36:39,970 –> 00:36:42,100
    membawa masa depan itu
    sedikit lebih dekat.

    394
    00:36:46,070 –> 00:36:48,010
    Terima kasih sudah datang.

    395
    00:36:48,080 –> 00:36:49,980
    Nikmati pestanya.

    396
    00:37:10,030 –> 00:37:13,090
    Tak mungkin kau John Lark.

    397
    00:37:16,200 –> 00:37:18,070
    Memang bukan.

    398
    00:37:19,210 –> 00:37:21,140
    ltu sebuah alias.

    399
    00:37:23,140 –> 00:37:27,050
    ltu lebih baik dari John Doe.
    Ada nama lain yang kau suka?

    400
    00:37:27,050 –> 00:37:28,950
    Ada tempat untuk bicara?

    401
    00:37:28,980 –> 00:37:31,080
    Aku suka ”Lark.”
    Kedengarannya bagus.

    402
    00:37:31,120 –> 00:37:32,180
    Waktu kita sedikit.

    403
    00:37:32,220 –> 00:37:36,160
    Jujur, dengan reputasimu,
    aku mengharapkan orang…

    404
    00:37:36,990 –> 00:37:37,980
    yang lebih buruk.

    405
    00:37:39,130 –> 00:37:41,990
    Jangan tertipu penampilan.
    Aku sangat buruk.

    406
    00:37:42,000 –> 00:37:44,120
    Dan jujur saja. Kau dalam bahaya.

    407
    00:37:46,070 –> 00:37:47,090
    Jangan sentuh dia.

    408
    00:37:47,140 –> 00:37:49,100
    Tenang. Dia saudaraku.

    409
    00:37:50,210 –> 00:37:52,070
    Kau tidak sopan
    dengan tamu kita, Zola.

    410
    00:37:52,210 –> 00:37:54,000
    Waktunya pergi.

    411
    00:37:54,210 –> 00:37:56,180
    Jangan buat keributan.

    412
    00:37:58,180 –> 00:38:00,080
    Kau tak ingin bersama orang ini.

    413
    00:38:06,190 –> 00:38:09,120
    -Apa katamu tadi?

    • Kau dalam bahaya.

    414
    00:38:10,090 –> 00:38:13,030

    • Siapa yang mau membunuhku?
    • Pertama, orang Amerika.

    415
    00:38:13,130 –> 00:38:14,190
    Jika itu benar, aku tentu akan tahu.

    416
    00:38:14,930 –> 00:38:17,060
    Pikirmu hanya kau yang punya
    mata-mata di pemerintah?

    417
    00:38:18,030 –> 00:38:20,930
    Ada orang yang tak ingin
    pertemuan ini berlangsung.

    418
    00:38:21,040 –> 00:38:22,030
    Tak percaya?

    419
    00:38:23,040 –> 00:38:24,100
    Lihat sekelilingmu.

    420
    00:38:36,580 –> 00:38:37,640
    Aku tahu isi pikiranmu.

    421
    00:38:38,610 –> 00:38:39,770
    Mungkin mereka tidak mengincarmu.

    422
    00:38:40,620 –> 00:38:41,810
    Mungkin hanya mengincarku.

    423
    00:38:42,720 –> 00:38:44,710
    Kau siap ambil resiko itu?

    424
    00:38:45,690 –> 00:38:47,590
    Kau punya yang kumau.

    425
    00:38:48,560 –> 00:38:51,790
    Saat ini, hanya aku yang bisa
    mengeluarkanmu hidup-hidup.

    426
    00:38:59,800 –> 00:39:01,760
    Aku ingin pulang sekarang.

    427
    00:41:17,630 –> 00:41:19,790
    Pemerintah Prancis menerima
    aset tengah hari tadi.

    428
    00:41:20,700 –> 00:41:24,530
    Besok pagi pukul 6 dibawa
    ke Menteri Keuangan lewat udara.

    429
    00:41:24,700 –> 00:41:28,540
    lringan polisi bersenjata
    akan mengawalnya lewat rute ini.

    430
    00:41:28,770 –> 00:41:31,740
    Kita buat pengalihan di persimpangan ini.

    431
    00:41:32,580 –> 00:41:35,640
    lringan akan mengambil
    rute cadangan di sini…

    432
    00:41:36,680 –> 00:41:37,810
    di situ kita ambil asetnya.

    433
    00:41:39,680 –> 00:41:41,550
    Ambil asetnya?

    434
    00:41:52,700 –> 00:41:53,660
    Asetnya.

    435
    00:41:56,570 –> 00:41:58,700
    Kami bayar mahal untuk informasi ini.

    436
    00:41:58,800 –> 00:42:01,570
    Mereka beri semuanya
    kecuali nama orang itu.

    437
    00:42:06,170 –> 00:42:09,410
    Dia Solomon Lane.
    Agen Khusus lnggris yang menjadi anarkis.

    438
    00:42:11,280 –> 00:42:15,380
    Dia mengumpulkan agen pembelot
    untuk jaringan teror bernama Sindikat.

    439
    00:42:17,150 –> 00:42:19,310
    Sabotase, pembunuhan,
    pembantaian massal.

    440
    00:42:20,190 –> 00:42:21,310
    Mereka sangat buruk.

    441
    00:42:22,390 –> 00:42:25,380
    Dia ditangkap agen Amerika
    dua tahun lalu.

    442
    00:42:26,260 –> 00:42:28,420
    Sejak itu, dia menjalani
    interogasi tanpa akhir…

    443
    00:42:29,300 –> 00:42:32,130
    dipindah dari pemerintah
    ke pemerintah lain…

    444
    00:42:33,200 –> 00:42:35,140
    untuk bertanggun jawab
    atas kejahatannya.

    445
    00:42:38,140 –> 00:42:39,300
    Kau terlihat tak senang, Lark.

    446
    00:42:40,240 –> 00:42:42,330
    Mungkin aku kurang jelas.

    447
    00:42:44,180 –> 00:42:46,270
    Aku ke Paris untuk plutonium.

    448
    00:42:46,350 –> 00:42:48,320
    Pasti ada kesalahpahaman.

    449
    00:42:49,320 –> 00:42:50,380
    Aku hanya perantara.

    450
    00:42:51,290 –> 00:42:53,250
    Aku menghubungkan pembeli dan penjual.

    451
    00:42:54,160 –> 00:42:57,350
    Penjualku tak mau uang tunai,
    jadi kalau mau plutonium…

    452
    00:42:58,330 –> 00:42:59,380
    Bebaskan Lane…

    453
    00:43:00,400 –> 00:43:02,230
    dan menukarnya.

    454
    00:43:02,430 –> 00:43:04,160
    Benar.

    455
    00:43:09,140 –> 00:43:10,400
    Dari mana kutahu penjual punya yang kumau?

    456
    00:43:30,290 –> 00:43:32,190
    Uang muka sebagai itikad baik.

    457
    00:43:33,260 –> 00:43:36,200
    Kurir akan mengirim dua lagi
    dalam 48 jam…

    458
    00:43:36,260 –> 00:43:38,360
    sebagai ganti dia.

    459
    00:43:47,310 –> 00:43:48,280
    Baik.

    460
    00:43:49,280 –> 00:43:51,210
    Apa yang terjadi setelah pengalihan?

    461
    00:45:24,440 –> 00:45:26,200
    Bunuh semuanya?

    462
    00:45:27,140 –> 00:45:30,270

    • ltu rencanamu?
    • Tak boleh ada saksi.

    463
    00:45:30,280 –> 00:45:33,340
    Apa jaminanku, Lane
    akan selamat dari rencana ini?

    464
    00:45:33,380 –> 00:45:35,280
    Dia di dalam mobil baja.

    465
    00:45:35,280 –> 00:45:38,180
    Kita keluarkan dia setelah aman.

    466
    00:45:38,220 –> 00:45:40,280
    Kau mau plutonium…

    467
    00:45:40,290 –> 00:45:42,150
    …inilah harganya…

    468
    00:45:44,190 –> 00:45:45,390
    Atau membunuh polisi
    melewati batasanmu?

    469
    00:45:46,290 –> 00:45:48,290
    Kau bicara dengan John Lark.

    470
    00:45:51,370 –> 00:45:54,230
    Aku membunuh wanita
    dan anak-anak dengan cacar.

    471
    00:45:57,170 –> 00:45:59,230
    Aku tak punya batasan.

    472
    00:46:03,180 –> 00:46:06,170
    Baik. Tidur nyenyak semuanya.

    473
    00:46:06,210 –> 00:46:08,150
    Besok hari yang sibuk.

    474
    00:46:27,400 –> 00:46:30,200
    Yang benar saja.

    475
    00:46:30,240 –> 00:46:32,210
    Jika mau bebaskan Lane…

    476
    00:46:32,210 –> 00:46:35,370
    …inilah caranya…

    • Aku ingin Lane membebaskannya, Bukan Ethan Hunt.

    477
    00:46:35,410 –> 00:46:38,240
    Aku ingin lark saat pertukaran.

    478
    00:46:38,250 –> 00:46:40,180
    Bukan Ethan Hunt.

    479
    00:46:40,180 –> 00:46:42,310
    Aku ingin Lark mengantarkan kita
    ke plutonium…

    480
    00:46:42,320 –> 00:46:44,380
    …dan Aposiles…

    481
    00:46:44,420 –> 00:46:46,320
    Kau mungkin bisa dapat kesempatanmu.

    482
    00:46:46,320 –> 00:46:49,380
    Kau lupa jasad di toilet pria,
    di Grand Palais?

    483
    00:46:49,390 –> 00:46:51,360
    Kurasa itu bukan Lark.

    484
    00:46:51,390 –> 00:46:55,160

    • Mungin anak buah Lark.
    • Tidak menurut informan kita.

    485
    00:46:55,430 –> 00:46:57,360
    lnformasi yang dikumpulkan siapa?

    486
    00:46:59,370 –> 00:47:02,170
    Hunt.

    487
    00:47:02,200 –> 00:47:05,260
    Kau sudah lama curiga
    Lark adalah agen Amerika.

    488
    00:47:05,270 –> 00:47:09,330
    Orang yang tahu setiap gerakan kita,
    datang dan pergi seperti hantu.

    489
    00:47:10,410 –> 00:47:13,350
    Maksudmu Hunt adalah John Lark?

    490
    00:47:14,350 –> 00:47:16,340
    Kau mengatur Walker.

    491
    00:47:16,380 –> 00:47:19,150
    Kau ingin menyelamatkan nyawamu.

    492
    00:47:19,190 –> 00:47:20,410
    Takkan berhasil.

    493
    00:47:20,420 –> 00:47:22,150
    Pikirkan.

    494
    00:47:22,160 –> 00:47:25,130
    Apa orang yang selalu hati-hati
    seperti Lark mau ambil resiko

    495
    00:47:25,160 –> 00:47:26,150
    seperti itu?

    496
    00:47:26,190 –> 00:47:28,290
    Berhadapan dengan White Widow?

    497
    00:47:28,330 –> 00:47:31,200

    • Dia akan kirim wakil.
    • Umpan.

    498
    00:47:31,200 –> 00:47:33,170
    Jika dia pintar…

    499
    00:47:33,170 –> 00:47:35,330
    …dia suruh teman wanitanya
    membunuh umpan tersebut…

    500
    00:47:35,340 –> 00:47:37,300
    …di depan saksi…

    501
    00:47:37,340 –> 00:47:39,240
    Aku.

    502
    00:47:39,240 –> 00:47:42,180
    Samarannya hampir terungkap.

    503
    00:47:42,180 –> 00:47:44,140
    Maka dia membayar orang untuk…

    504
    00:47:44,180 –> 00:47:45,240
    …menjadi Lark…

    505
    00:47:45,250 –> 00:47:46,340
    …lalu membunuhnya…

    506
    00:47:46,380 –> 00:47:50,180
    Dan dengan berpura-pura melayani negara…

    507
    00:47:50,220 –> 00:47:52,310
    ltu identitas rahasia kita.

    508
    00:47:52,350 –> 00:47:56,290

    • Bebas beroperasi, didukung penuh pemerintah Amerika.
    • Kenapa?

    509
    00:47:57,290 –> 00:47:58,380
    Kenapa dengan Hunt?

    510
    00:47:59,360 –> 00:48:02,350
    Kenapa Lane dan para Apostles membelot?

    511
    00:48:03,130 –> 00:48:06,120
    Mereka mempercayai suatu tujuan.

    512
    00:48:06,270 –> 00:48:10,400
    Ketika tujuan tersebut ternyata bohong.
    Mereka balik menyerang tuannya.

    513
    00:48:11,370 –> 00:48:17,170
    Berapa kali pemerintah Hunt,
    menghianatinya, menyangkalnya?

    514
    00:48:17,210 –> 00:48:20,150
    Berapa orang seperti itu…

    515
    00:48:20,250 –> 00:48:23,270

    • …akhirnya merasa muak?
    • ltu tuduhan…

    516
    00:48:23,320 –> 00:48:26,120
    …yang serius…

    517
    00:48:26,420 –> 00:48:28,320
    Kau bisa buktikan?

    518
    00:48:40,230 –> 00:48:43,160
    Kutebak bukti yang kau perlukan
    ada di sana.

    519
    00:50:46,420 –> 00:50:49,320
    Benakah Lane gas sebuah desa
    yang berisikan 2 ribu orang?

    520
    00:50:52,430 –> 00:50:55,360
    Ya.

    • Benar dia menjatuhkan pesawat penumpang…

    521
    00:50:55,360 –> 00:50:58,130
    …demi membunuh satu orang?

    522
    00:50:59,130 –> 00:51:00,190
    Ya.

    523
    00:51:01,200 –> 00:51:03,330

    • Benarkah dia…
    • Hei. Walker.

    524
    00:51:03,340 –> 00:51:05,330
    Cerita apapun yang membuatmu merinding…

    525
    00:51:05,370 –> 00:51:07,130
    …mungkin itu benar…

    526
    00:51:13,280 –> 00:51:14,440
    Astaga.

    527
    00:51:16,380 –> 00:51:18,310
    Kau yang menangkapnya, benar?

    528
    00:51:21,150 –> 00:51:23,210
    Menurutmu berapa lama
    dia akan merahasiakan identitasmu?

    529
    00:51:27,420 –> 00:51:29,390
    Kita bereskan masalah itu nanti.

    530
    00:53:57,270 –> 00:54:00,240
    Apa yang dia lakukan?

    531
    00:54:09,290 –> 00:54:11,250
    Ayo!

    532
    00:54:14,220 –> 00:54:16,190
    Ayo!

    533
    00:54:24,170 –> 00:54:26,140
    Cepat, cepat.

    534
    00:54:26,170 –> 00:54:27,230
    Ayo.

    535
    00:56:06,440 –> 00:56:10,200
    Cepat, cepat!

    536
    00:56:12,380 –> 00:56:14,340
    Hunt? Kau di mana?

    537
    00:56:14,340 –> 00:56:18,280

    • Jangan tunggu aku!

    -Ada apa?

    538
    00:56:19,150 –> 00:56:21,210
    Kita bertemu di garasi.

    539
    00:56:29,430 –> 00:56:32,190
    Benji, kau dengar?

    540
    00:56:32,200 –> 00:56:33,220
    Kami dengar, bicaralah.

    541
    00:56:33,260 –> 00:56:36,200
    Ganti rencana, aku ketahuan.
    Jemput aku.

    542
    00:56:36,270 –> 00:56:37,390
    Kami dalam perjalanan.

    543
    01:01:18,380 –> 01:01:22,150
    Berhenti!
    Tetap di tempatmu.

    544
    01:01:22,420 –> 01:01:26,320

    • Masuk ke dalam mobil.
    • Jangan begerak.

    545
    01:01:29,290 –> 01:01:30,350
    Angkat tanganmu.

    546
    01:01:32,200 –> 01:01:35,930

    • Pergilah, kumohon…
    • Semuanya, angkat tangan.

    547
    01:01:39,940 –> 01:01:41,840
    Pergilah.

    548
    01:01:41,940 –> 01:01:44,870
    Pergi saja, kumohon.

    549
    01:01:45,810 –> 01:01:47,780
    Pergi saja.

    550
    01:01:53,880 –> 01:01:55,880
    Zola ingin bicara denganmu.

    551
    01:01:59,920 –> 01:02:02,820

    • Bagaimana dengannya?
    • Bunuh dia.

    552
    01:02:32,820 –> 01:02:33,980
    Kau akan baik-baik saja.

    553
    01:02:33,990 –> 01:02:35,860
    Tenang saja.

    554
    01:02:35,890 –> 01:02:38,920

    555
    01:02:38,930 –> 01:02:41,800

    556
    01:02:41,930 –> 01:02:42,990
    Kita harus pergi.

    557
    01:02:44,840 –> 01:02:46,890
    Maafkan aku.
    Ayo.

    558
    01:03:24,270 –> 01:03:26,140
    Namaku Walker.

    559
    01:03:26,310 –> 01:03:28,140
    Mobil kecil milikmu?

    560
    01:03:39,220 –> 01:03:42,250
    Astaga!
    Apa itu tadi?

    561
    01:03:48,330 –> 01:03:51,300

    • Semua keluar.

    -Ayo!

    562
    01:04:28,340 –> 01:04:30,030

    563
    01:04:54,690 –> 01:04:55,850
    Ayo!

    564
    01:04:55,860 –> 01:04:57,850
    Minggir!

    565
    01:05:06,670 –> 01:05:07,760
    Ayo!

    566
    01:06:27,810 –> 01:06:29,750
    ltu llsa.

    567
    01:06:29,850 –> 01:06:30,880
    Diam.

    568
    01:06:31,690 –> 01:06:32,850
    Menarik sekali.

    569
    01:06:36,720 –> 01:06:38,750
    Senang melihatmu lagi, Ethan.

    570
    01:07:15,400 –> 01:07:18,260
    Oh, dia masih hidup.

    571
    01:07:22,340 –> 01:07:24,240
    Ada pelacak gelombang mikro
    di lehernya.

    572
    01:07:24,240 –> 01:07:25,330
    Mengerti. Kau tahu harus apa.

    573
    01:07:25,370 –> 01:07:29,280
    Kujamin ini tidak sakit.

    574
    01:07:31,410 –> 01:07:33,240
    90 detik…

    575
    01:07:34,250 –> 01:07:36,380
    Kau dan Apostles berpikir kami
    akan menukarmu…

    576
    01:07:36,380 –> 01:07:38,220
    …dengan plutonium…

    577
    01:07:38,250 –> 01:07:40,480
    Aku ingin bilang itu takkan terjadi.

    578
    01:07:40,490 –> 01:07:43,480
    ”Misimu jika kau menerimanya”

    579
    01:07:44,430 –> 01:07:46,390
    Katakan, Ethan….

    580
    01:07:46,530 –> 01:07:48,430
    Kau pernah menolaknya?

    581
    01:07:49,330 –> 01:07:52,300
    Pernah bertanya siapa yang memberimu
    perintah, atau kenapa?

    582
    01:07:52,330 –> 01:07:57,290
    Sementara atasamu semakin dekat…

    583
    01:07:57,310 –> 01:08:00,300

    • …mengakhiri dunia…
    • Tuduhan yang aneh…

    584
    01:08:00,340 –> 01:08:02,370

    • …dari seorang teroris…
    • 60 detik.

    585
    01:08:02,380 –> 01:08:07,370
    Teroris adalah anak sekolahan yang cari perhatian,
    mencoba membentuk opini publik lewat rasa takut.

    586
    01:08:08,350 –> 01:08:11,510
    Aku tak perduli yang orang
    pikir atau rasakan.

    587
    01:08:11,520 –> 01:08:15,290
    Menurut pengalamanku,
    keduanya tak bertahan lama.

    588
    01:08:15,320 –> 01:08:16,520
    Dan itu membenarkan pengeboman pabrik
    atau menjatuhkan…

    589
    01:08:16,520 –> 01:08:19,490
    …pesawat…
    -Atau mengikatku dengan rompi…

    590
    01:08:19,530 –> 01:08:22,500

    • …peledak…
    • ltu urusan yang belum selesai…

    591
    01:08:22,530 –> 01:08:26,260

    • …temanku yang lucu…
    • Luther?
    • Sedikit lagi.

    592
    01:08:26,270 –> 01:08:29,360
    Kau melihat akhir sejelas aku, Ethan.

    593
    01:08:29,370 –> 01:08:32,270
    Para pemerintah dunia menjadi gila,
    sindikat…

    594
    01:08:32,310 –> 01:08:35,370
    …diciptakan untuk merubuhkan
    mereka, bata demi bata…

    595
    01:08:35,380 –> 01:08:37,350
    Sindikat adalah kawanan
    pembunuh pengecut.

    596
    01:08:37,350 –> 01:08:40,280
    Sindikat adalah harapan
    terakhir peradaban!

    597
    01:08:41,280 –> 01:08:44,480
    Peluang untuk menghancurkan
    tatanan dunia lama.

    598
    01:08:44,490 –> 01:08:46,420
    Harapan itu sama gara-gara kau…

    599
    01:08:46,450 –> 01:08:49,360
    …dan moralmu yang menyedihkan…

    600
    01:08:49,360 –> 01:08:54,350
    Harusnya kau membunuhku, Ethan.

    601
    01:08:56,260 –> 01:09:00,330
    Akhir yang selalu kau takutkan…
    akan tiba.

    602
    01:09:02,240 –> 01:09:04,260
    Akan tiba!

    603
    01:09:04,310 –> 01:09:07,280
    Kau yang akan bertanggung jawab.

    604
    01:09:09,280 –> 01:09:11,340
    Kehancuran…

    605
    01:09:11,350 –> 01:09:14,320
    …dari semua niat baikmu…

    606
    01:09:22,360 –> 01:09:24,450

    • Waktu habis.
    • Dapat.

    607
    01:09:49,350 –> 01:09:50,280
    Bangunkan dia.

    608
    01:09:53,390 –> 01:09:55,290
    Kau milikku sekarang.

    609
    01:10:03,430 –> 01:10:06,460
    Kau penuh kejutan, Lark.

    610
    01:10:06,470 –> 01:10:08,430
    Rencana saudaramu buruk
    sejak permulaan.

    611
    01:10:08,470 –> 01:10:11,230
    Orangmu bisa tewas.

    612
    01:10:11,270 –> 01:10:13,330
    Dan Lane bisa mati tertembak.

    613
    01:10:13,340 –> 01:10:15,240
    Aku terpaksa berimprovasi.

    614
    01:10:15,440 –> 01:10:20,240

    • Kenapa tidak bilang dari awal?
    • Karena aku tak percaya orangmu.

    615
    01:10:20,250 –> 01:10:22,510
    Terutama saudaramu.

    616
    01:10:25,520 –> 01:10:29,450
    Keluarga atau bagaimana lagi?

    617
    01:10:32,260 –> 01:10:33,320
    Jadi, di mana Lane?

    618
    01:10:34,330 –> 01:10:37,320

    • Jelas tidak di pasar Seine.
    • Ada padaku.

    619
    01:10:37,330 –> 01:10:40,460
    Dia aman.
    Di mana aku bisa bertemu Victoria?

    620
    01:10:42,400 –> 01:10:44,340
    Kau bicara tentang wanita itu.

    621
    01:10:46,270 –> 01:10:48,470

    • Wanita?
    • Dia bersamamu di Palais.

    622
    01:10:48,510 –> 01:10:50,410
    Zola melihatnya lagi hari ini.

    623
    01:10:50,410 –> 01:10:54,210
    Dia coba bunuh Lane.
    Dia punya peluang membunuhnya,
    tapi tak diambil.

    624
    01:10:55,250 –> 01:10:55,510
    Kenapa?

    625
    01:10:59,390 –> 01:11:01,290
    Kami punya sejarah.

    626
    01:11:02,460 –> 01:11:03,510
    ltu rumit.

    627
    01:11:06,290 –> 01:11:08,260
    Akan kubuat lebih rumit untukmu.

    628
    01:11:08,460 –> 01:11:10,430
    Tapi keluargaku baru saja naik.

    629
    01:11:11,260 –> 01:11:14,430
    Ada yang membunuh empat orang tuaku,
    kutebak dia pelakunya.

    630
    01:11:21,270 –> 01:11:26,300
    Aku mau dia, Lark.
    Kau serahkan dia padaku.

    631
    01:11:26,410 –> 01:11:30,410
    Atau kau takkan bertemu kurirnya
    dan plutonium diberikan ke penawar tertinggi.

    632
    01:11:32,290 –> 01:11:34,380
    Aku tak mau dia menghalangi kita.

    633
    01:11:38,360 –> 01:11:40,380
    Kau akan mendapatkannya.

    634
    01:11:41,330 –> 01:11:43,300
    Di pertemuan. Tidak sebelumnya.

    635
    01:11:55,480 –> 01:11:57,340
    Dia pergi ke London.

    636
    01:11:58,340 –> 01:12:00,240
    Menerima instruksi.

    637
    01:13:41,450 –> 01:13:44,210
    Aku tahu jika aku mengikutinya,
    kau akan muncul.

    638
    01:13:44,450 –> 01:13:45,420
    Kau baik-baik saja?

    639
    01:13:48,350 –> 01:13:52,290

    • llsa, aku tak ingin menyakitimu.

    -Aku tahu kau punya alasan.

    640
    01:13:52,460 –> 01:13:54,360
    Aku tahu.

    641
    01:13:57,460 –> 01:13:59,430
    Mundurlah.

    642
    01:13:59,430 –> 01:14:01,400
    Tak bisa.

    643
    01:14:02,270 –> 01:14:04,260
    Kau tidak di Palais untuk membunuh Lark.

    644
    01:14:05,240 –> 01:14:09,500

    • Tidak.
    • Kau mau melindunginya.

    645
    01:14:10,340 –> 01:14:13,400

    • Ya.
    • Kau membunuhnya untuk melindungiku.

    646
    01:14:15,410 –> 01:14:17,440
    Kau mau Lark membebaskan Lane.

    647
    01:14:19,390 –> 01:14:22,320
    Tidak. Kau butuh dia untuk membebaskan Lane.

    648
    01:14:23,390 –> 01:14:26,260
    Karena kau harus membunuh Lane.

    649
    01:14:27,360 –> 01:14:29,350
    Siapa yang menyuruhmu?

    650
    01:14:30,430 –> 01:14:32,400
    Ml6.

    651
    01:14:35,230 –> 01:14:36,330
    Kenapa?

    652
    01:14:36,370 –> 01:14:38,430
    Setelah kita menangkapnya di London…

    653
    01:14:38,470 –> 01:14:40,500
    …mereka coba membawa pulang Lane,
    lewat jalur diplomatik…

    654
    01:14:40,510 –> 01:14:43,410
    Namun terlalu banyak negara yang mencarinya.

    655
    01:14:43,440 –> 01:14:48,280
    Orang seperti itu yang dia lihat
    dan ketahui tentang intelejen lnggris….

    656
    01:14:48,280 –> 01:14:51,250
    …takkan mereka biarkan dibawa
    ke pemerintah asing…

    657
    01:14:53,490 –> 01:14:58,450

    • Kenapa mereka mengutusmu?
    • lni caraku membuktikan kesetiaanku.

    658
    01:14:59,430 –> 01:15:01,450

    • lni caraku untuk pulang.
    • Tapi kau sudah keluar.

    659
    01:15:01,460 –> 01:15:06,450

    • Kau sudah bebas.
    • Kita tak pernah bebas.

    660
    01:15:06,470 –> 01:15:09,490
    Dua tahun aku menyamar dengan Lane.

    661
    01:15:09,500 –> 01:15:15,370

    • Bagi mereka, aku juga ancaman seperti Lane.
    • Aku harus membunuhnya.

    662
    01:15:15,370 –> 01:15:17,270
    Atau terus melarikan diri.

    663
    01:15:18,510 –> 01:15:21,450
    Katakan dia di mana.

    664
    01:15:26,390 –> 01:15:28,250
    Aku tak bisa menolongmu.

    665
    01:15:28,390 –> 01:15:31,290
    Aku akan menemukannya dengan cara apapun.

    666
    01:15:32,290 –> 01:15:34,350
    Jangan paksa aku melangkahimu.

    667
    01:16:30,520 –> 01:16:34,350

    • Ya?
    • Kau di London?

    668
    01:16:34,390 –> 01:16:37,380
    Siap bertemu kurir?

    669
    01:16:37,390 –> 01:16:40,260
    Ya, aku harus ke mana?

    670
    01:16:40,260 –> 01:16:42,230
    Mau bertemu di mana?

    671
    01:17:21,500 –> 01:17:24,230
    Aku berdoa ini tidak benar.

    672
    01:17:24,270 –> 01:17:26,360
    Untuk membelanya, Pak, jika Ethan….

    673
    01:17:26,370 –> 01:17:29,400

    • …tidak intervensi banyak orang bisa mati.
    • Ya, Dunn, aku yakin…

    674
    01:17:29,410 –> 01:17:34,340
    …rakyat Paris yang baik dan seluruh
    Perancis akan perhitungkan itu…

    675
    01:17:35,240 –> 01:17:37,270
    Lalu apa yang terjadi?

    676
    01:17:56,270 –> 01:17:59,330
    …di situlah kami disuruh ke London…

    677
    01:17:59,370 –> 01:18:02,500

    • …dan menunggu instruksi….
    • Dan apa yang terjadi?

    678
    01:18:02,510 –> 01:18:05,270
    Sekarang…

    679
    01:18:05,310 –> 01:18:07,300
    …kita bertemu widow dalam 20 menit…

    680
    01:18:07,310 –> 01:18:11,410
    Dia mengantar kita ke kurir,
    yang akan menukar plutionium dengan Solomon Lane…

    681
    01:18:11,410 –> 01:18:14,250
    Atau, dalam sekenario kita…

    682
    01:18:14,280 –> 01:18:17,450

    • Benji…

    -Astaga.

    683
    01:18:17,490 –> 01:18:21,320
    -Apa katamu?

    • Luther dan aku mengantarmu ke kurir

    Walker menjaga Lane….

    684
    01:18:21,320 –> 01:18:23,450

    • …yang asli…
    • Tidak.

    685
    01:18:23,460 –> 01:18:26,430

    • Kenapa aku yang jadi Lane?
    • Benji…
    • Misi kita-misiku…

    686
    01:18:26,460 –> 01:18:31,260
    …adalah menemukan plutonium itu,
    dan akan kulakukan dengan cara apapun.

    687
    01:18:31,270 –> 01:18:35,360

    • Meski harus menyerahkan Lane.
    • Lane yang asli.

    688
    01:18:35,400 –> 01:18:39,360
    -Aku takkan melepaskannya.

    • Kalau Apostles tahu kau menipu mereka…

    689
    01:18:39,380 –> 01:18:43,440

    • Kau akan kehilangan plutioniumnya lagi.
    • Biar kami yang cemaskan Apostles.

    690
    01:18:43,480 –> 01:18:48,250

    • Saat ini, ada masalah yang lebih besar.
    • Masalah lebih besar?

    691
    01:18:48,380 –> 01:18:55,220

    • llsa kita? llsa Faust Lisa?

    Kenapa dia bisa terlibat?

    • Dia diperintah Ml6 untuk membunuh Lane.

    692
    01:18:55,260 –> 01:18:58,280
    Tunggu, dia yang di Paris?

    693
    01:18:58,330 –> 01:19:02,390

    • Dengan sepeda motor, Ethan dia coba membunuh kita!
    • Bukan kita.

    694
    01:19:02,400 –> 01:19:06,460

    • Dia ingin membunuh Lane, dia tak punya pilihan.
    • Dan Dia akan membunuhku.

    695
    01:19:06,500 –> 01:19:10,230

    • Takkan kubiarkan.
    • Bagaimana caranya?

    696
    01:19:10,510 –> 01:19:13,270

    • Sedang kupikirkan.
    • Oh, dia sedang pikirkan.

    697
    01:19:13,280 –> 01:19:17,470

    • Waktu kita sempit,

    harus bersiap-siap untuk pertemuan ini.

    • Pertemuan ini perangkap.

    698
    01:19:19,280 –> 01:19:23,380
    White Widow bekerja dengan ClA.
    Sejak permulaan.

    699
    01:19:23,390 –> 01:19:26,380
    Dia lakukan agar bisnisnya aman.

    700
    01:19:26,420 –> 01:19:29,410
    Mendapatkan Plutonium,
    Apostles, dan John Lark…

    701
    01:19:29,430 –> 01:19:33,360

    • …dia akan dipercaya oleh Amerika…
    • Tapi jika Sloane tahu ini perangkap.

    702
    01:19:33,400 –> 01:19:36,460

    • kenapa dia tak bilang?
    • Karena di pikirannya, siapapun bisa jadi

    John Lark…

    703
    01:19:36,470 –> 01:19:38,430
    …termasuk salah satu dari kita…

    704
    01:19:39,500 –> 01:19:42,400
    Kini kecurigaannya terbukti.

    705
    01:19:44,370 –> 01:19:48,310
    Menurut dokumen itu, ada bukti jejak
    elektronik yang mengaitkan Hunt…

    706
    01:19:48,340 –> 01:19:51,370
    …dengan pencurian cacar dari CDC…

    707
    01:19:51,410 –> 01:19:55,320
    Juga mengaitkannya dengan perekrutan…

    708
    01:19:55,320 –> 01:20:00,350
    …Dokter Dellbruuk,
    dan Hunt sendiri yang menyerahkan plutoniumnya
    ke Apostles…

    709
    01:20:00,360 –> 01:20:04,220
    Ditambah sejarah panjang mengenai
    prilaku membangkang…

    710
    01:20:04,260 –> 01:20:07,490
    …menguatkan pernyataan ClA….

    711
    01:20:08,500 –> 01:20:10,360
    …bahwa Hunt membelot…

    712
    01:20:11,300 –> 01:20:15,330
    Dan pencarian hanya untuk menyembunyikan
    bahwa Lark…

    713
    01:20:16,340 –> 01:20:21,210

    • …adalah aku…
    • Aku akui, Ethan.

    714
    01:20:21,380 –> 01:20:25,210
    Biasanya musuh terbesar
    adalah diri sendiri hanya…

    715
    01:20:25,250 –> 01:20:26,310
    …sebuah kiasan…

    716
    01:20:30,350 –> 01:20:34,220
    Sloane juga punya pertanyaan untuk dia.

    717
    01:20:34,260 –> 01:20:36,320
    Widow menawarkan llsa tanpa biaya tambahan.

    718
    01:20:37,360 –> 01:20:40,260
    Dari mana Sloane dapat informasi ini?

    719
    01:20:40,300 –> 01:20:45,290
    Dia tidak bilang.
    Tapi dia memberiku peluang untuk membawamu…

    720
    01:20:45,300 –> 01:20:47,270
    …pulang asal kubatalkan misi ini…

    721
    01:20:47,300 –> 01:20:52,240

    • …dan menyerahkan Solomon Lane.
    • Jangan lakukan itu, Pak.
    • Hunt.

    722
    01:20:52,270 –> 01:20:56,270
    -Aku kenal Lane, dia tak berniat kembali.

    • ltu sebabnya kita bawa dia kembali.

    723
    01:20:56,280 –> 01:20:59,300
    ltu yang dia ingin kita lakukan.

    724
    01:20:59,350 –> 01:21:01,440
    Pak, menurutmu kebetulan?

    725
    01:21:01,450 –> 01:21:04,320
    Seseorang tanpa sengaja menemukan ini?
    Lane yang kirimkan ke Sloane.

    726
    01:21:04,350 –> 01:21:08,450
    Lane tahu apa reaksinya, seperti
    dia tahu Widow akan menyerahkan kita,
    mengerti?

    727
    01:21:08,490 –> 01:21:10,430
    lni, Pak.

    728
    01:21:10,430 –> 01:21:12,360
    lni perangkap.

    729
    01:21:12,400 –> 01:21:16,330

    • Kita diarahkan.
    • Hunt! Masih dua inti plutonium…

    730
    01:21:16,370 –> 01:21:19,330

    • …belum ditemukan!
    • Dan kau kehilangan keduanya!

    731
    01:21:21,240 –> 01:21:23,230
    Faktanya, Pak.
    Kami kehilangan…

    732
    01:21:23,270 –> 01:21:26,260

    • …plutonium itu.
    • Dengan hormat, Pak.

    733
    01:21:26,280 –> 01:21:30,270

    • Kau tidak di situ.
    • Sekarng tugasmu membuat alasan untuk dia?

    734
    01:21:30,510 –> 01:21:32,480
    Ethan, jangan…

    735
    01:21:32,480 –> 01:21:35,420
    …perburuk keadaan,
    aku tak bisa lagi melindungimu…

    736
    01:21:35,450 –> 01:21:37,420
    …mengerti?

    737
    01:21:37,420 –> 01:21:40,290
    Kau tak bisa lagi memburu plutonium itu.

    738
    01:21:40,290 –> 01:21:43,420

    • Pak, kau tak percaya ini.
    • Aku diberi peluang untuk…

    739
    01:21:43,460 –> 01:21:45,430
    …melindungimu atau lMF, itu sebabnya…

    740
    01:21:45,460 –> 01:21:47,490
    …kubawa kau pulang…

    741
    01:21:48,500 –> 01:21:50,400
    Jika aku menolak?

    742
    01:21:50,400 –> 01:21:52,420
    Pikirmu dia di sini untuk apa?

    743
    01:21:52,430 –> 01:21:55,430
    Pikirmu dia pengamat?
    Dia pembunuh!

    744
    01:21:55,440 –> 01:21:58,340
    Penutup jejak nomor satu Erika Sloane!

    745
    01:21:58,370 –> 01:22:01,340
    Jika kau membelot,
    dia diizinkan untuk memburumu…

    746
    01:22:01,480 –> 01:22:03,340
    …dan membunuhmu…

    747
    01:22:06,350 –> 01:22:08,470
    ltu tugasku, jangan dendam.

    748
    01:22:09,450 –> 01:22:13,410
    Terimalah, Ethan.
    Kali ini kau kalah, sudah berakhir.

    749
    01:22:14,490 –> 01:22:16,250
    Tidak, Pak.

    750
    01:22:16,290 –> 01:22:17,450
    Tidak.

    751
    01:22:17,490 –> 01:22:20,260
    Aku tidak memintamu,
    aku memberimu perintah.

    752
    01:22:20,260 –> 01:22:23,230
    Misi ini dibatalkan.

    753
    01:22:23,400 –> 01:22:24,420
    Sekarang!

    754
    01:22:27,440 –> 01:22:31,340
    Stickett, dia temanmu…
    Bisa bicara dengannya…

    755
    01:22:33,370 –> 01:22:36,310
    Maaf, Pak.
    Tapi kau tak memberiku pilihan.

    756
    01:22:38,380 –> 01:22:40,440
    15 menit sebelum bertemu Widow,
    Hanya kami….

    757
    01:22:40,480 –> 01:22:42,470
    …yang bisa dapatkan plutoniumnya,

    758
    01:22:42,480 –> 01:22:44,250
    Kau ikut atau atau tidak?

    759
    01:22:46,250 –> 01:22:48,480

    • lkut.

    -Apa yang kau lakukan?

    • Benji harus siap-siap.

    760
    01:22:48,490 –> 01:22:51,360

    • Tidak, Ethan.
    • Tak ada waktu.

    761
    01:22:51,360 –> 01:22:53,260
    Percayalah aku.

    762
    01:23:09,410 –> 01:23:11,400
    Kau baik-baik saja?

    763
    01:23:11,450 –> 01:23:13,240
    Ya, aku hanya…

    764
    01:23:13,250 –> 01:23:15,310
    …punya firasat buruk untuk yang ini…

    765
    01:23:41,280 –> 01:23:42,440
    Jika tak ada kabar dari kami…

    766
    01:23:43,380 –> 01:23:44,470
    Kugunakan caraku.

    767
    01:23:48,520 –> 01:23:51,280
    Terus awasi dia.

    768
    01:24:27,360 –> 01:24:29,260
    Cukup main-mainnya.
    Kubawa kau keluar.

    769
    01:28:42,520 –> 01:28:44,090
    Tidak apa-apa.

    770
    01:28:44,090 –> 01:28:46,030
    lkuti saja perintahnya.

    771
    01:28:46,060 –> 01:28:49,090
    Ancaman yang sebenarnya
    sudah di tangan kita.

    772
    01:28:51,170 –> 01:28:53,000
    Begitukah?

    773
    01:28:53,240 –> 01:28:54,140
    Lakukan.

    774
    01:29:14,160 –> 01:29:15,280
    Di mana Lane?

    775
    01:30:12,120 –> 01:30:14,080
    Regu pertama di lumpuhkan kirim bantuan.

    776
    01:30:17,150 –> 01:30:18,210
    Pak!

    777
    01:30:19,060 –> 01:30:21,050
    Ada yang cedera!

    778
    01:30:24,060 –> 01:30:25,190
    Tolong!

    779
    01:30:34,200 –> 01:30:35,300
    Pak.

    780
    01:30:40,210 –> 01:30:42,240
    Ethan, kutandai Walker, tapi dia kabur.

    781
    01:30:42,280 –> 01:30:45,040
    Kau harus mengejarnya.

    782
    01:30:49,050 –> 01:30:50,140
    Pergilah.

    783
    01:30:51,220 –> 01:30:53,090
    Maafkan aku, Pak.

    784
    01:30:55,130 –> 01:30:56,220
    Pergilah.

    785
    01:31:07,140 –> 01:31:08,200
    Ethan?

    786
    01:31:12,280 –> 01:31:13,300
    Tunggu!

    787
    01:31:15,150 –> 01:31:16,270
    Tangkap bebedah itu.

    788
    01:31:45,210 –> 01:31:47,040
    Ayo, ayo, ayo.

    789
    01:31:47,180 –> 01:31:49,150
    Ya! Dapat.

    790
    01:32:00,220 –> 01:32:01,210
    Maaf.

    791
    01:32:02,060 –> 01:32:04,190
    Katakan, Benji, Di mana Walker?

    792
    01:32:04,230 –> 01:32:07,030
    Sekitar 400 meter arah barat
    jika kau belok kanan.

    793
    01:32:07,060 –> 01:32:08,090
    Kananku?

    794
    01:32:11,030 –> 01:32:12,190
    Aku tak bisa.

    795
    01:32:12,240 –> 01:32:14,100
    Kenapa?

    796
    01:32:14,300 –> 01:32:16,100
    Karena kau di ikuti.

    797
    01:32:16,110 –> 01:32:18,070
    Maksudmu? Oleh siapa?

    798
    01:32:18,210 –> 01:32:21,230
    Mana kutahu? ClA, Aposties, apa bedanya?

    799
    01:32:21,350 –> 01:32:25,150
    Keluar dari situ lalu ke kanan.

    800
    01:32:32,320 –> 01:32:35,020
    Maafkan aku.

    801
    01:32:53,110 –> 01:32:54,300
    Kenapa dia berputar-putar?

    802
    01:33:21,270 –> 01:33:24,100
    Sebrangi jalan di kirimu secepatnya.

    803
    01:33:30,050 –> 01:33:32,170
    Ethan kau dengar? Ke kiri sekarang.

    804
    01:33:32,220 –> 01:33:34,050
    Aku lagi mengerjakannya.

    805
    01:33:45,100 –> 01:33:47,030
    Sekarang sebrangi jalan di depanmu.

    806
    01:33:54,240 –> 01:33:56,230
    Di semakin jauh! Kau harus lebih cepat.

    807
    01:34:28,170 –> 01:34:29,300
    Kau menyusulnya!

    808
    01:34:30,040 –> 01:34:31,100
    Lurus.

    809
    01:34:33,080 –> 01:34:34,270
    Lurus, terus?

    810
    01:34:34,310 –> 01:34:36,280
    Lurus, lurus, lurus.

    811
    01:34:38,180 –> 01:34:39,270
    Sekarang ke kanan.

    812
    01:34:39,320 –> 01:34:41,080
    Kanan?

    813
    01:34:41,280 –> 01:34:43,150

    • Sekarang?
    • Ya kanan.

    814
    01:34:43,220 –> 01:34:45,190

    • Kau yakin?
    • Ya aku…

    815
    01:34:46,190 –> 01:34:49,180
    Bukan, ke kiri, maaf layarnya terkunci.

    816
    01:34:58,200 –> 01:34:59,230
    Terimakasih.

    817
    01:35:05,310 –> 01:35:09,140

    • Tunggu apa lagi?

    -Aku melompat dari jendela!

    818
    01:35:09,180 –> 01:35:11,040
    Apa maksudmu melompat dari…

    819
    01:35:13,050 –> 01:35:14,280
    maaf. tapi gambarnya dua dimensi.

    820
    01:35:15,120 –> 01:35:16,210
    Semoga berhasil.

    821
    01:35:50,250 –> 01:35:53,020
    Di ujung jembatan ke kiri,
    kau hampir menyusulnya.

    822
    01:35:56,260 –> 01:35:59,250
    Ayo, tangkap dia! kau di atasnya!

    823
    01:36:15,180 –> 01:36:18,050
    Dia di depanmu! Tangkap dia!

    824
    01:36:53,150 –> 01:36:57,280
    Tak bisa, ya? Tidak sebelum
    kau dapat plutonium.

    825
    01:36:58,120 –> 01:37:01,250
    Tidak. Dia masih punya rencana untukmu.

    826
    01:37:02,230 –> 01:37:05,250
    Kau bisa menyerahkan diri dan
    mengaku dirimu John Lark…

    827
    01:37:05,300 –> 01:37:08,260
    lalu saksikan dunia lama
    meledak dari sel kecilmu.

    828
    01:37:08,300 –> 01:37:11,100
    Jika tidak mau?

    829
    01:37:23,280 –> 01:37:25,270
    Aku malaikat pelindungnya, Hunt.

    830
    01:37:26,320 –> 01:37:29,110
    Jika aku melihatmu lagi, dia mati.

    831
    01:37:29,150 –> 01:37:32,050
    Jika coba peringatkan, dia mati.

    832
    01:37:32,290 –> 01:37:34,260
    Ketahuilah kapan kau kalah.

    833
    01:38:46,290 –> 01:38:50,230
    lni rancangan yang kita temukan dari lab Dr.
    Delburk di Berlin.

    834
    01:38:50,230 –> 01:38:53,030
    ltu bom nuklir lima megaton.

    835
    01:38:53,030 –> 01:38:55,190
    ltu lebih kuat dari peledak
    pada masa perang dunia ll.

    836
    01:38:55,270 –> 01:38:59,100
    Untuk melucutinya biasa kita
    potong kabel sekering di sini.

    837
    01:38:59,170 –> 01:39:01,040
    Biasanya?

    838
    01:39:01,070 –> 01:39:05,170
    Walker dan Lane punya dua inti
    pulutonium berarti dua bom.

    839
    01:39:05,310 –> 01:39:09,210
    Keduanya di hubungkan dengan siyal
    resiko pengamannya yang sangat akurat.

    840
    01:39:10,050 –> 01:39:13,250
    Jika satu bom di lucuti,
    bom lainnya akan meledak.

    841
    01:39:13,290 –> 01:39:17,160
    Artinya begitu diaktifkan,
    kedua bom tak bisa di lucuti.

    842
    01:39:17,190 –> 01:39:21,180
    Hitung mundur di aktifkan dengan
    remot, yang juga pengaman.

    843
    01:39:21,230 –> 01:39:24,130
    Artinya begitu hitung mundur di mulai…

    844
    01:39:24,260 –> 01:39:26,200
    tak bisa di hentikan.

    845
    01:39:28,040 –> 01:39:30,130
    Lalu apa solusinya?

    846
    01:39:32,210 –> 01:39:34,070
    Kita sedang pikirkan.

    847
    01:39:37,110 –> 01:39:39,270
    …secara teknis, ini misi bunuh diri.

    848
    01:39:51,060 –> 01:39:52,080
    Ada apa?

    849
    01:39:52,090 –> 01:39:54,190
    Duduklah, silakan.

    850
    01:39:58,300 –> 01:40:00,290
    Bertahun-tahun aku kenal Ethan…

    851
    01:40:00,330 –> 01:40:03,240
    Dia hanya serius dengan dua wanita.

    852
    01:40:04,200 –> 01:40:06,170
    Pertama istrinya.

    853
    01:40:07,110 –> 01:40:08,300
    Dia sudah menikah?

    854
    01:40:08,310 –> 01:40:10,210
    Tadinya.

    855
    01:40:11,110 –> 01:40:13,050
    Tadinya? Apa yang terjadi?

    856
    01:40:13,050 –> 01:40:15,010
    Dia di culik…

    857
    01:40:15,050 –> 01:40:17,110
    Oleh orang yang ingin mencelakai Ethan.

    858
    01:40:17,180 –> 01:40:20,210
    Tenang, ethan berhasil menyelamatkannya.

    859
    01:40:21,050 –> 01:40:23,050
    Lalu Ethan berhenti.

    860
    01:40:23,060 –> 01:40:25,220
    Mereka bahagia beberapa lama.

    861
    01:40:26,130 –> 01:40:28,290
    Namun setiap kali ada hal
    buruk terjadi di dunia…

    862
    01:40:28,330 –> 01:40:31,260
    Ethan pikir seharusnya aku di situ.

    863
    01:40:31,300 –> 01:40:36,200
    lstrinya berpikir siapa yang menjaga
    dunia ketia Ethan menjagaku?

    864
    01:40:37,100 –> 01:40:40,130
    Keduanya tahu bahwa suatu hari…

    865
    01:40:40,140 –> 01:40:43,080
    sesuatu yang sangat buruk akan terjadi…

    866
    01:40:44,310 –> 01:40:47,110
    Karena mereka bersama.

    867
    01:40:48,050 –> 01:40:49,240
    Jadi…

    868
    01:40:51,280 –> 01:40:54,120

    • Di mana dia sekarang?
    • Dia bersembunyi.

    869
    01:40:54,120 –> 01:40:56,110
    Dia pandai bersembunyi.

    870
    01:40:56,160 –> 01:40:58,090
    Aku yang mengajarinya.

    871
    01:40:58,190 –> 01:41:02,150
    Sesekali dia mengirim sinyal
    agar Ethan tahu dia aman.

    872
    01:41:02,200 –> 01:41:04,190
    ltu membuat Ethan kekuatan.

    873
    01:41:05,570 –> 01:41:07,590
    Untuk apa kau ceritakan ini?

    874
    01:41:10,670 –> 01:41:13,800
    Semua kacau karena Ethan
    tak membiarkanku mati.

    875
    01:41:16,640 –> 01:41:18,640
    Dia orang yang baik.

    876
    01:41:18,680 –> 01:41:20,650
    Dia peduli kepadamu

    877
    01:41:20,680 –> 01:41:23,550
    Lebih dari yang dia akui.

    878
    01:41:23,550 –> 01:41:26,680
    ltu satu beban lagi yang
    bisa dia tanggung saat ini.

    879
    01:41:29,790 –> 01:41:31,780
    Jika kau peduli padanya…

    880
    01:41:31,790 –> 01:41:34,660
    …pergilah.

    881
    01:41:37,630 –> 01:41:38,720
    Tidak.

    882
    01:41:38,770 –> 01:41:40,600
    Semua baik-baik saja?

    883
    01:41:52,680 –> 01:41:54,610
    Aku ikut.

    884
    01:42:03,560 –> 01:42:04,750
    Aku tahu.

    885
    01:42:08,760 –> 01:42:09,820
    Bagaimana cara menemukannya?

    886
    01:42:11,570 –> 01:42:13,560
    Pemancar gelombang mikro.

    887
    01:42:13,600 –> 01:42:16,540
    Dapat di lacak dengan
    satelit di seluruh dunia.

    888
    01:42:16,570 –> 01:42:18,730
    Lane punya satu di belakang lehernya.

    889
    01:42:18,770 –> 01:42:20,740
    Kita cabut di paris.

    890
    01:42:20,740 –> 01:42:22,770
    Dan menaruh pemancar kita.

    891
    01:42:22,810 –> 01:42:23,780
    Dapat.

    892
    01:42:25,750 –> 01:42:28,610
    Aktivasinya di tunda 36 jam…

    893
    01:42:28,650 –> 01:42:31,520
    Siapa tahu Aposties memindai Lane.

    894
    01:42:31,550 –> 01:42:33,750
    Jadi kau berencana melepasnya.

    895
    01:42:33,790 –> 01:42:36,550
    Buka dengan cara ini, tapi ya.

    896
    01:42:36,590 –> 01:42:37,750
    Dia akan menuntut kita ke plutonium.

    897
    01:42:37,790 –> 01:42:39,690
    Kau yakin?

    898
    01:42:39,690 –> 01:42:41,790
    Rencananya mengirimku ke penjara gagal.

    899
    01:42:42,530 –> 01:42:45,590
    lngin aku hadir saat bomnya meledak.

    900
    01:42:45,730 –> 01:42:48,700

    • Kapan pemancar ini aktif?

    -Aku menemukannya.

    901
    01:42:48,740 –> 01:42:51,530
    Dia menuju timur di atas Eropa pada 500 Knot.

    902
    01:42:51,570 –> 01:42:52,600
    Dia di udara.

    903
    01:42:52,640 –> 01:42:54,570
    Kita kabari CIA?

    904
    01:42:54,580 –> 01:42:55,600
    CIA disusupi.

    905
    01:42:55,640 –> 01:42:57,800
    Aku tak percaya siapapun di ruangan ini.

    906
    01:42:58,550 –> 01:43:00,710
    Kita harus lakukan sendiri.

    907
    01:43:03,550 –> 01:43:04,640
    Kita harus kemana?

    908
    01:43:24,570 –> 01:43:25,730
    Bagaimana, Benji?

    909
    01:43:26,640 –> 01:43:29,540
    Jika ada cara untuk melucuti
    bomnya, aku tak bisa menemukannya.

    910
    01:43:33,540 –> 01:43:36,000
    Sial. Ethan, sinyalnya hilang.

    911
    01:43:36,050 –> 01:43:38,040
    Lane pasti menemukan pemancar kita.

    912
    01:43:38,080 –> 01:43:41,210

    • Di mana posisi terakhirnya?
    • Sekitar 48 kilometer timur laut.

    913
    01:43:41,220 –> 01:43:43,080
    Dia ingin kita ke sana.

    914
    01:43:43,220 –> 01:43:47,280
    Apa saja di sana? – Lembah sungai
    Nubra. hanya ada satu kamp medis.

    915
    01:43:47,330 –> 01:43:50,090
    Bantuan kemanusiaan luar negeri.

    916
    01:43:50,090 –> 01:43:53,060
    Buat apa Lane menyasar kamp medis?

    917
    01:43:53,100 –> 01:43:55,070
    Cacar.

    918
    01:43:56,030 –> 01:43:59,300

    • Apa?
    • Cacar Apostieus memicu wabah cacar di Kashmir

    919
    01:43:59,640 –> 01:44:03,330
    Lane pasti punya alasan
    agar kamp itu ada di sana.

    920
    01:44:03,370 –> 01:44:04,430
    Tapi apa?

    921
    01:44:04,480 –> 01:44:07,500
    -Astaga
    -Apa?

    922
    01:44:07,610 –> 01:44:10,580
    Sungai Nubra berada di dasar gletser Siache

    923
    01:44:10,620 –> 01:44:12,480
    Ledakan nuklir di sana akan meradiasi…

    924
    01:44:12,520 –> 01:44:15,580
    sistem irigasi alam terbesar di dunia.

    925
    01:44:16,450 –> 01:44:20,520
    Air seger dari perbatasan Tiongkok
    sampai lndia dan Pakistan.

    926
    01:44:21,530 –> 01:44:24,490
    Mereka akan membuat sepertiga
    populasi dunia kelaparan.

    927
    01:44:24,500 –> 01:44:26,330
    Semakin besar penderitaan…

    928
    01:44:26,360 –> 01:44:28,460
    Semakin besar perdamaian.

    929
    01:44:28,500 –> 01:44:30,630
    Aku tak mengerti kenapa Lane
    ingin kamp medis di sana.

    930
    01:44:31,340 –> 01:44:32,500
    Tak penting.

    931
    01:44:32,540 –> 01:44:35,330
    Yang penting temukan cara
    untuk melucuti bomnya.

    932
    01:44:35,370 –> 01:44:37,430
    Kurasa aku temukannya.

    933
    01:44:37,440 –> 01:44:39,340
    Mungkin.

    934
    01:44:39,340 –> 01:44:41,440
    Pasti akan ada dalam operasi bom

    935
    01:44:41,480 –> 01:44:45,350
    Detonator jarak jauh membutuhkan
    kunci penembak itu.

    936
    01:44:45,380 –> 01:44:48,550
    Jika kita ambil, sitem pengaman akan mati
    dan kita bisa potong kedua sekeringnya.

    937
    01:44:48,550 –> 01:44:51,540
    Jadi salah satu dari kita harus dapatkan
    detonatornya dan cabut kunci itu.

    938
    01:44:51,590 –> 01:44:52,560
    Ya.

    939
    01:44:52,590 –> 01:44:56,320
    Sementara yang lain memotong
    sekering pada kedua bom. Sederhana.

    940
    01:44:56,390 –> 01:44:57,520
    Ya, tapi…

    941
    01:44:57,560 –> 01:44:59,430
    Tapi apa?

    942
    01:45:00,430 –> 01:45:03,630
    Agar berhasil, kita tak boleh cabut
    kuncinya atau potong sekeringnya…

    943
    01:45:03,630 –> 01:45:06,430
    Sebelum hitung mundur di mulai.

    944
    01:45:06,440 –> 01:45:08,600
    Tunggu, biar aku perjelas.

    945
    01:45:09,440 –> 01:45:14,430
    Satu-satunya cara untuk melucuti bomnya…
    adalah membiarkan hitung mundur di mulai.

    946
    01:45:14,450 –> 01:45:17,410
    Lalu cabut kunci itu.

    947
    01:45:25,590 –> 01:45:27,350
    Baiklah.

    948
    01:45:44,580 –> 01:45:47,540
    Kedua bom kini terhubung ke detonator.

    949
    01:45:49,380 –> 01:45:53,410
    15 menit mestinya cukup bagimu
    untuk mencapai jarak aman.

    950
    01:45:55,590 –> 01:45:58,420
    Masa-masa pelarianku berakhir.

    951
    01:45:58,460 –> 01:46:01,390
    Di sinilah akhir perjalananku.

    952
    01:46:29,520 –> 01:46:31,490
    Aku dapat sinyal di mana-mana.

    953
    01:46:31,590 –> 01:46:35,320
    Kita di kamp medis, mesin rontgen, CAT

    954
    01:46:35,360 –> 01:46:37,420
    Sinyal radiologi di mana-mana.

    955
    01:46:37,460 –> 01:46:38,490
    Bagai jarum di tumpukan jerami.

    956
    01:46:38,500 –> 01:46:41,590
    Kita periksa satu persatu. Ayo
    berpencar, jangan matikan radio.

    957
    01:46:52,610 –> 01:46:54,410
    Ethan?

    958
    01:46:59,520 –> 01:47:00,610
    Julia?

    959
    01:47:05,520 –> 01:47:07,320
    ltu…?

    960
    01:47:11,430 –> 01:47:12,400
    Julia!

    961
    01:47:13,530 –> 01:47:15,590
    Apa dia tahu?

    962
    01:47:16,570 –> 01:47:18,330
    Hei.

    963
    01:47:18,370 –> 01:47:20,360
    lni suamiku, Erik.

    964
    01:47:20,600 –> 01:47:23,440

    • lni…- Rob. Thorne Dr. Rob Thorne.

    965
    01:47:23,470 –> 01:47:26,530
    -Aku bekerja dengan Julia

    • Di RSU massachusetts.

    966
    01:47:27,340 –> 01:47:28,570

    • Sebelum New York
    • Yang benar saja.

    967
    01:47:28,610 –> 01:47:31,380

    • Kebetulan sekali
    • Benar

    968
    01:47:31,380 –> 01:47:33,440
    -Ada apa jauh-jauh kemari?
    -Aku…

    969
    01:47:33,480 –> 01:47:35,420
    Aku di Turtuk, tak jauh dari sini…

    970
    01:47:35,420 –> 01:47:38,390
    Dan ku dengar tempat ini butuh bantuan.

    971
    01:47:38,420 –> 01:47:39,510
    Oh

    972
    01:47:39,560 –> 01:47:43,550
    Kita mau selesai, seluruh desa
    sudah dinokulasi. Tapi…

    973
    01:47:44,460 –> 01:47:46,430
    Apa yang kau lakukan di Turktuk?

    974
    01:47:46,630 –> 01:47:48,530
    Rob sedang liburan.

    975
    01:47:48,530 –> 01:47:51,400
    Tidak. Aku sedang bekerja.

    976
    01:47:53,600 –> 01:47:55,440
    Kau jauh dari rumahmu.

    977
    01:47:55,540 –> 01:47:58,440
    Ya, berkat malaikat pelindung kami.

    978
    01:47:58,480 –> 01:47:59,570
    Pelindung?

    979
    01:47:59,610 –> 01:48:03,480
    Kita mengolah RS lapangan di luar Darfur
    ketika wabahanya terjadi di sini.

    980
    01:48:03,480 –> 01:48:07,350
    Lalu mendadak kami dapat telepon
    dari penyumbang tak di kenal.

    981
    01:48:07,380 –> 01:48:11,340
    Dia mau membiayai seluruh
    operasi dengan satu syarat.

    982
    01:48:11,590 –> 01:48:13,580
    Kami yang mengolahnya.

    983
    01:48:13,620 –> 01:48:16,320
    Kau percaya itu?

    984
    01:48:16,530 –> 01:48:18,390
    Tentu.

    985
    01:48:18,430 –> 01:48:20,400
    Ya, tiba-tiba saja.

    986
    01:48:20,430 –> 01:48:21,590
    Tiba-tiba saja.

    987
    01:48:24,400 –> 01:48:25,530
    ltu sangat menyenangkan.

    988
    01:48:25,570 –> 01:48:28,330
    Sebelum bertemu Julia aku
    tak pernah bepergian.

    989
    01:48:28,370 –> 01:48:29,570
    Tak pernah meninggalkan New York.

    990
    01:48:29,610 –> 01:48:34,340
    Tak pernah meninggalkan rumah sakit.
    Sepanjang hari. Tidak berlibur.

    991
    01:48:34,380 –> 01:48:36,350
    Ethan, aku temukan sesuatu.

    992
    01:48:36,380 –> 01:48:39,350
    Aku akan jadi kepala badan pada usia
    50 serangan jantung pada usia 55.

    993
    01:48:39,380 –> 01:48:42,380
    Dia meyakinkan ku untuk lepaskan semuanya.

    994
    01:48:42,520 –> 01:48:44,580
    Menolong yang membutuhkan.

    995
    01:48:44,590 –> 01:48:46,580
    Sejak itu kami bepergian…

    996
    01:48:46,620 –> 01:48:48,520
    Dan hidupku begitu menyenangkan.

    997
    01:48:50,360 –> 01:48:51,560
    Aku turut senang.

    998
    01:48:52,500 –> 01:48:54,400
    Terimakasih.

    999
    01:48:55,570 –> 01:48:59,330
    Kita harus pergi banyak yang perlu di kemas.

    1000
    01:48:59,370 –> 01:49:01,430
    Biar aku saja. Kalian berdua mengobrol.

    1001
    01:49:01,470 –> 01:49:03,340
    Tidak, aku tak mau menganggu.

    1002
    01:49:03,410 –> 01:49:05,400
    Serius? Kau harus di sini.

    1003
    01:49:05,440 –> 01:49:07,430
    Aku menyesal kedatanganmu sia-sia…

    1004
    01:49:09,550 –> 01:49:12,310
    Begini saja, kita akan berkemas…

    1005
    01:49:12,480 –> 01:49:16,350
    dan kami antar kau kembali ke Turtuk
    agar kalian bisa mengobrol di mobil.

    1006
    01:49:16,420 –> 01:49:18,550

    • Ya?
    • Kau baik sekali

    1007
    01:49:19,590 –> 01:49:22,530
    Beres, sampai nanti.

    1008
    01:49:23,630 –> 01:49:26,320
    Senang bertemu denganmu.

    1009
    01:49:26,460 –> 01:49:29,460
    Maafkan aku, Julia. Maafkan aku.

    1010
    01:49:50,450 –> 01:49:52,510
    Bawa kedua helikopter

    1011
    01:49:53,520 –> 01:49:55,550
    Tak ada lagi yang boleh pergi.

    1012
    01:50:03,430 –> 01:50:05,300
    Hati-hati, hati-hati.

    1013
    01:50:09,440 –> 01:50:12,430
    Bomnya aktif. Tapi hitung
    mundur belum di mulai.

    1014
    01:50:12,480 –> 01:50:16,380
    Sinyalnya kuat, berarti bom kedua
    dan detonatornya tidak jauh.

    1015
    01:50:16,410 –> 01:50:19,380
    Sekitar setengah kilometer ke sana.

    1016
    01:50:19,380 –> 01:50:21,480
    Mereka masih di sini.

    1017
    01:50:21,520 –> 01:50:24,580
    Luther, urus ini, kau berdua ikut aku.

    1018
    01:50:26,360 –> 01:50:28,380
    Tentu. Aku bisa.

    1019
    01:50:29,360 –> 01:50:31,420
    Jangan cemaskan Luther.

    1020
    01:51:05,430 –> 01:51:06,490
    Walker.

    1021
    01:51:08,630 –> 01:51:10,460
    [Bom Aktif]

    1022
    01:51:12,470 –> 01:51:13,440
    Gawat.

    1023
    01:51:13,440 –> 01:51:16,340
    Ethan, hitung mundur di
    mulai Kita punya 15 menit.

    1024
    01:51:16,370 –> 01:51:17,430
    Walker memegang detonatornya.

    1025
    01:51:28,390 –> 01:51:29,440
    Ayo!

    1026
    01:51:29,590 –> 01:51:33,490

    • Kita harus evakuasi mereka
    • Tak ada waktu.

    1027
    01:51:33,520 –> 01:51:35,580
    Seluruh lembah ini akan musnah dalam 15 menit.

    1028
    01:51:39,600 –> 01:51:41,430
    Terlambat!

    1029
    01:51:41,430 –> 01:51:42,520
    Tidak.

    1030
    01:51:42,570 –> 01:51:44,470
    Akan kudapatkan detonatornya.

    1031
    01:51:44,500 –> 01:51:46,530

    • Caranya?

    -Aku pikirkan.

    1032
    01:51:46,540 –> 01:51:48,560
    Cari lane! temukan bom kedua!

    1033
    01:51:50,370 –> 01:51:52,540

    • Dia mau apa?
    • Lebih baik tidak lihat.

    1034
    01:52:27,580 –> 01:52:29,440
    Bagaimana Luther?

    1035
    01:52:29,480 –> 01:52:32,540

    • Pemicu di mana-mana, tanganku tak cukup
    • Selesaikan saja

    1036
    01:52:32,550 –> 01:52:36,540

    • Di mana ethan?
    • Dia mengejar detonator
    • Di mana detonatornya?

    1037
    01:53:15,390 –> 01:53:16,480
    Luther.

    1038
    01:53:16,560 –> 01:53:18,620
    Julia, kau tak harus di sini.

    1039
    01:53:19,330 –> 01:53:20,420
    Astaga.

    1040
    01:53:20,600 –> 01:53:22,390
    Astaga.

    1041
    01:53:22,500 –> 01:53:25,370

    • lni seperti yang kuduga?
    • Luther, suruh dia pergi.

    1042
    01:53:25,400 –> 01:53:27,500
    Dia bisa kemana?

    1043
    01:53:28,470 –> 01:53:30,500
    Apa yang bisa kubantu?

    1044
    01:53:32,440 –> 01:53:34,470
    Di perlengkapan, tang dengan gagang merah.

    1045
    01:53:34,510 –> 01:53:37,480

    • Kau gila?
    • Kerjakan saja urusanmu, Benji

    1046
    01:53:37,510 –> 01:53:39,380
    lni urusanku!

    1047
    01:55:22,390 –> 01:55:23,510
    Benji, kau dengar?

    1048
    01:55:23,550 –> 01:55:25,420
    Ethan! Kau di mana?

    1049
    01:55:25,420 –> 01:55:27,580

    • Di Helikopter mengejar Walker
    • Tunggu.

    1050
    01:55:27,620 –> 01:55:30,590

    • Kenapa bisa di helikopter?
    • Kau bisa mengemudi helikopter?

    1051
    01:55:30,590 –> 01:55:33,590
    Katamu helikopter? Kenapa kau di helikopter?

    1052
    01:55:34,330 –> 01:55:37,490
    Pokoknya… kau temukan bom kedua?

    1053
    01:55:37,500 –> 01:55:41,370
    Masih dicari, tapi percuma
    menemukanya tanpa detonator.

    1054
    01:55:41,410 –> 01:55:43,430
    Aku tahu, Akan ku dapatkan!

    1055
    01:55:43,470 –> 01:55:45,500
    Jika dia di helikopter lain…

    1056
    01:55:45,540 –> 01:55:48,380

    • Bagaimana kau mengambilnya
    • Akan kupikirkan.

    1057
    01:55:48,410 –> 01:55:51,510
    Kau cari bomnya, aku urus detonatornya.
    Aku tak akan mengecewakanmu.

    1058
    01:55:53,350 –> 01:55:54,580
    Aku tak akan mengecewakanmu.

    1059
    01:55:54,590 –> 01:55:57,380

    • Bersiaplah.
    • Dengar, Ethan, ethan!

    1060
    01:55:57,450 –> 01:55:59,420
    Ethan, masuk!

    1061
    01:55:59,420 –> 01:56:02,390
    Benji? Benji? Luther?

    1062
    01:56:02,430 –> 01:56:04,330
    Siapa saja!

    1063
    01:56:05,530 –> 01:56:07,460
    Aku bisa.

    1064
    01:56:07,500 –> 01:56:10,400
    Apa ini? Ada kecepatan udara.

    1065
    01:56:10,400 –> 01:56:12,430
    Kecepatan udara.

    1066
    01:56:12,470 –> 01:56:14,400
    Tenaga. lni tenaga.

    1067
    01:56:20,580 –> 01:56:24,340
    Muatan. Bagaimana cara membuang muatan?

    1068
    01:56:25,480 –> 01:56:27,380
    [Muatan]

    1069
    01:56:32,390 –> 01:56:33,580
    Tenaga.

    1070
    01:56:47,540 –> 01:56:49,400
    Pengupas kabel.

    1071
    01:56:49,410 –> 01:56:53,370
    -Aku dokter bukan teknisi listrik

    • Maaf, yang gagangnya hijau.

    1072
    01:56:53,440 –> 01:56:55,410

    • Dapat
    • Kabel di tangan kiriku.

    1073
    01:56:55,410 –> 01:56:57,380

    • Yang hitam?
    • Tangan kiriku.

    1074
    01:56:57,410 –> 01:56:59,510

    • ltu tangan kirimu
    • Maaf kabel satunya lagi.

    1075
    01:56:59,580 –> 01:57:02,380

    • Yang merah?
    • Ya yang merah di tangan kananku.

    1076
    01:57:17,500 –> 01:57:20,370
    Tolong pegang ini untukku.

    1077
    01:57:22,410 –> 01:57:23,570
    Astaga!

    1078
    01:57:28,350 –> 01:57:29,540
    Sial!

    1079
    01:57:30,510 –> 01:57:31,570
    Naik ke sana!

    1080
    01:57:40,490 –> 01:57:41,580
    Benar…

    1081
    01:57:41,590 –> 01:57:43,420
    …bedebah.

    1082
    01:58:00,340 –> 01:58:01,500
    Kurang ajar.

    1083
    01:58:13,590 –> 01:58:15,520
    Terlalu menukik.

    1084
    01:58:15,630 –> 01:58:17,420
    Astaga!

    1085
    01:58:17,460 –> 01:58:19,400
    Naik. naik.

    1086
    01:58:21,400 –> 01:58:23,420
    Permukaan. permukaan.

    1087
    01:58:23,430 –> 01:58:27,300

    • Naik, naik

    -Aku berusaha, berusaha.

    1088
    01:58:46,420 –> 01:58:49,520
    Benji tidak ketemu. Kurasa kita
    mencari di tempat yang salah.

    1089
    01:58:49,590 –> 01:58:52,490
    Sinyal di mana-mana. cocok untuk
    menyembunyikannya di sana.

    1090
    01:58:52,530 –> 01:58:55,500
    ltu intinya. Aku kenal lane
    Kita mencarinya di sini…

    1091
    01:58:56,430 –> 01:58:58,530
    …karena dia yang inginkan.

    1092
    01:59:01,370 –> 01:59:02,460
    Aku pergi ke desa.

    1093
    01:59:02,510 –> 01:59:05,530
    Tunggu aku.

    1094
    01:59:07,640 –> 01:59:10,510
    Aku menemukan sesuatu.

    1095
    01:59:13,480 –> 01:59:16,350
    Potong kabel di sini.

    1096
    01:59:17,420 –> 01:59:21,480
    Putar bautnya dan putar searah
    jarum jam dengan perlahan.

    1097
    01:59:24,360 –> 01:59:26,450
    Jadi…

    1098
    01:59:27,400 –> 01:59:30,420

    • …bagaimana kabarnya?
    • Begitulah.

    1099
    01:59:30,430 –> 01:59:32,370
    Masih Ethan yang sama.

    1100
    01:59:40,540 –> 01:59:42,480
    Astaga!

    1101
    01:59:44,550 –> 01:59:46,540
    Sial!

    1102
    01:59:46,580 –> 01:59:49,450
    Tidak, tidak, tidak.

    1103
    01:59:57,360 –> 01:59:58,420
    Benji aku melihat Lane

    1104
    01:59:58,460 –> 02:00:03,360
    Apa? Di mana?

    • Di rumah di tepi desa
    • Baik, tunggu aku.

    1105
    02:00:03,470 –> 02:00:05,490
    Tunggu aku!

    1106
    02:00:15,410 –> 02:00:17,400
    Tidak.

    1107
    02:00:21,350 –> 02:00:22,510
    Bom nuklir.

    1108
    02:00:33,500 –> 02:00:34,590
    Sial!

    1109
    02:01:18,340 –> 02:01:19,600
    Benji, kutemukan bom kedua.

    1110
    02:01:20,480 –> 02:01:23,340

    • Lisa, kau di mana?
    • Di rumah

    1111
    02:01:46,570 –> 02:01:48,430
    Hei apa yang kau lakukan?

    1112
    02:01:48,440 –> 02:01:52,470
    Kau gila! Aku tak tahu
    apa yang di bawah sana.

    1113
    02:01:55,610 –> 02:01:58,410
    Naik, naik!

    1114
    02:02:07,360 –> 02:02:09,450
    Orang gila ini mau menabrak kita!

    1115
    02:02:09,490 –> 02:02:11,360
    Cepat!

    1116
    02:02:28,410 –> 02:02:29,570
    Sial!

    1117
    02:02:29,610 –> 02:02:32,340
    Benji, masuk, kita hampir

    1118
    02:02:32,350 –> 02:02:34,410
    di sekiring kita perlu temukan bom kedua.

    1119
    02:02:35,450 –> 02:02:37,480
    Kau bilang bom kedua?

    1120
    02:02:37,520 –> 02:02:40,350

    • Benji kau dengar?

    -Aku berusaha

    1121
    02:02:40,360 –> 02:02:42,520
    Lisa, kau di mana?

    1122
    02:03:00,410 –> 02:03:01,570
    Kau tak bisa menghentikannya.

    1123
    02:03:02,410 –> 02:03:05,510
    Mengerti? Dia tak bisa apa-apa.

    1124
    02:03:05,520 –> 02:03:09,320
    Ketika waktunya habis. Ethan hunt
    akan kehilangan segalanya…

    1125
    02:03:09,520 –> 02:03:11,490
    dan semua orang…

    1126
    02:03:12,460 –> 02:03:15,480
    yang dia cintai…

    1127
    02:03:16,360 –> 02:03:18,380

    • Lisa
    • Benji

    1128
    02:03:18,430 –> 02:03:21,330

    • Benji!
    • Lisa kau di mana?

    1129
    02:03:22,500 –> 02:03:24,560
    Kau tak ingin melihat ini.

    1130
    02:04:26,460 –> 02:04:27,560

    1131
    02:04:28,360 –> 02:04:29,560
    tidak, tidak, tidak!

    1132
    02:05:08,570 –> 02:05:10,440
    Bertahanlah.

    1133
    02:05:13,510 –> 02:05:16,450
    Aku sudah begitu dekat. Ayo!

    1134
    02:08:09,890 –> 02:08:12,850
    Kenapa kau tak mati saja?

    1135
    02:08:40,980 –> 02:08:42,040
    Luther…

    1136
    02:08:42,080 –> 02:08:43,920
    Pergilah.

    1137
    02:08:56,930 –> 02:08:58,830
    Benji kau di mana?

    1138
    02:08:58,870 –> 02:09:00,840
    Luther, kita sudah buka. katakan harus apa.

    1139
    02:09:00,840 –> 02:09:03,000
    Ada kabel merah terpasang di papan induk.

    1140
    02:09:03,010 –> 02:09:07,000
    Potong kabel itu dan yang hijau
    di sampingnya secara bersamaan.

    1141
    02:09:07,910 –> 02:09:09,000
    Siap?

    1142
    02:09:09,010 –> 02:09:11,070
    Kau siap?
    Potong.

    1143
    02:09:12,880 –> 02:09:14,980
    Sudah kubilang. Tak bisa di hentikan.

    1144
    02:09:15,020 –> 02:09:17,080
    Tak ada yang bisa kau lakukan.

    1145
    02:12:34,980 –> 02:12:38,080
    Benji, dengar putar bautnya
    berlawanan arah jarum jam.

    1146
    02:12:38,120 –> 02:12:40,020
    Ya.

    1147
    02:12:40,020 –> 02:12:43,860
    Angkat panelnya dan kau akan
    lihat kabel daya dan arde

    1148
    02:12:43,860 –> 02:12:44,950

    • untuk sekering
    • Dapat

    1149
    02:12:44,990 –> 02:12:48,090
    Saat waktunya tiba, potong kabel
    hijau, jangan di potong dulu.

    1150
    02:12:48,130 –> 02:12:50,100
    Baik kita mengerti.

    1151
    02:12:55,000 –> 02:12:58,840
    Ethan kau dengar. Kita siap memotongkabelnya.

    1152
    02:12:58,870 –> 02:13:00,100
    Ethan, jawab.

    1153
    02:13:00,110 –> 02:13:03,080
    Di mana kita tahu dia dapatkan kuncinya?

    1154
    02:13:03,110 –> 02:13:04,910
    Dia akan mendapatkanya.

    1155
    02:13:04,950 –> 02:13:07,880

    • Tapi bagaimana kau bisa tahu?
    • Dia akan berhasil!

    1156
    02:13:13,890 –> 02:13:15,880
    Kita kehabisan waktu. Berharap
    saja dia mendapatkanya.

    1157
    02:13:15,890 –> 02:13:17,920

    • Kita siap
    • Kita potong pada dua detik.

    1158
    02:13:17,960 –> 02:13:19,830
    Kenapa dua? Kenapa tidak satu?

    1159
    02:13:19,860 –> 02:13:22,060

    • Mau potong sedekat itu?
    • ltu sedikit yang tak akan kita dapatkan lagi.

    1160
    02:13:22,060 –> 02:13:24,060

    • Bisa buat keputusan?
    • Baik!

    1161
    02:13:24,100 –> 02:13:27,030

    • Potong pada satu
    • Potong pada satu detik?
    • Ya satu, bersiaplah.

    1162
    02:13:30,070 –> 02:13:31,870
    Tiga…

    1163
    02:13:31,870 –> 02:13:33,000
    Dua…

    1164
    02:13:33,040 –> 02:13:34,800
    Satu. sekarang!

    1165
    02:14:25,060 –> 02:14:26,920
    Bagus, kawan.

     
  • the1uploader 3:42 am on 2018-07-27 Permalink  

    Red moon in the deep blue sky 

    It is Rayleigh scattering that makes the moon red in the deep blue sky
    by Sando Sasako
    Jakarta, Friday, 27 July 2018 03:42

    Source: https://www.businessinsider.com/lunar-eclipse-why-moon-is-blood-red-2018-7?r=US&IR=T&IR=T

    gerhana bulan terlama dalam 100 tahun terakhir
    jakarta 28 Juli 2018
    red moon
    bulan merah jambu
    langit biru
    blue sky

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    https://www.timeanddate.com/astronomy/red-sunset.html
    Why Does the Sky Turn Red at Sunrise and Sunset?

    An orange or red Sun in the early morning or late evening is a sight to behold. The sky takes on these vivid hues due to a phenomenon called Rayleigh scattering.

    Colorful morning sky over Barcelona. The brightly colored rising and setting Sun has captured the imaginations of artists, poets, authors, and photographers over the centuries.
    Colorful skyline over Barcelona. ©iStockphoto.com/DronExpert

    Made of Different Colors

    The sunlight that we see is a type of electromagnetic radiation that is emitted by the Sun. Known as the visible light, it looks white but is composed of colors of different wavelengths, with violet having the shortest wavelength and red having the longest. You can see the different colors when you look through a prism or when a rainbow appears in the sky.

    What are moonbows? https://www.timeanddate.com/astronomy/moonbows.html

    Earth’s Atmosphere

    The Earth’s atmosphere is primarily made up of gas molecules, with oxygen comprising about 21% and nitrogen about 78%. In addition, water molecules in the form of droplets, ice crystals, and vapor, and particles such as dust, pollutants, and ash can be found in the atmosphere, which is denser closer to the Earth and thins out as the altitude increases.

    Blue Skies And Yellow Sun

    Bright blue sky and landscape reflecting in a lake in the Alps. The Sun’s rays have to travel a shorter path through Earth’s atmosphere in the day. This is why the sky looks blue during the day.
    ©iStockphoto.com/bluejayphoto

    When sunlight strikes gas molecules, such as nitrogen and oxygen, light of longer wavelengths, like red, yellow, and orange, easily passes through, while light of shorter wavelengths, such as blue and violet, is absorbed and then scattered in all directions by the gas molecules.

    When you look up at the sky during the day, this scattered blue and violet light reaches your eyes, however, the human eye is more receptive to blue frequencies than violet frequencies, so the sky looks blue.

    This phenomenon is known as Rayleigh scattering. It is named after British physicist John William Strutt, also known as Lord Rayleigh. Besides making the sky look blue, it is also the reason why the Sun looks yellow during the day even though sunlight is white. When the Sun is high in the sky, the light has to travel a shorter distance through the atmosphere. This means most of the yellow, orange, and red light passes through while a small amount of blue and purple light is scattered and removed from the mix. The Sun, therefore, looks yellow for us here on Earth.

    Longer Distance to Travel

    During sunsets and sunrises, when the Sun is closer to the horizon, sunlight has to travel through a longer distance and more of the dense environment to reach an observer’s eye.

    Sunrise and sunset times in your city. https://www.timeanddate.com/scripts/go.php?type=sun

    Due to Rayleigh scattering, most of the light of shorter wavelengths – the blue, violet, and green – are scattered away multiple times, leaving only lights of longer wavelength – the red, orange, and yellow – to pass straight through to the observer.

    The blue hour. https://www.timeanddate.com/astronomy/blue-hour.html

    The golden hour. https://www.timeanddate.com/astronomy/golden-hour.html

    This is why a rising and setting Sun tends to take on spectacular hues of red, orange, and yellow.

    Dust and Pollution

    Hazy and dull sunsets are caused by pollutants and dust particles in the atmosphere. Dust and pollution can reduce the vibrancy of sunrise and sunsets.
    ©iStockphoto.com/dansolomonphoto

    The quality of the air that sunlight has to pass through also has an effect on the color of sunrises and sunsets. Dust particles and pollutants tend to tone down the colors in the sky as well as impede light from reaching the observer on the ground. Because of this, the sky takes on dull hues of red and yellow when the air is full of dust and pollutants. This is why sunrises and sunsets in rural areas, over the ocean, and deserts are much more vibrant and colorful than over cities and urban areas.

    Tips: Take pictures of sunrises and sunsets. https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/sunset-sunrise-photography.html

    Red Moon

    Rayleigh scattering is also responsible for giving the Moon a reddish or orange hue during lunar eclipses. The condition of the Earth’s atmosphere, including the amount of pollution and dust from storms and volcanic eruptions, can affect the shade of red the Moon takes on during the eclipse.

    When’s the next lunar eclipse? https://eclipse/list.html

    reddish or orange hue https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/why-does-moon-look-red-lunar-eclipse.html
    lunar eclipses https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/next-lunar-eclipse.html


    https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/why-does-moon-look-red-lunar-eclipse.html
    Why Does the Moon Turn Red?

    During a total lunar eclipse, the Moon usually turns a shade of red or orange. Why is that so?

    A Total Lunar Eclipse happens when the Earth moves in between the Sun and the Moon. The Earth’s atmosphere is to blame for turning the Moon red, orange, yellow, or brown during a Lunar Eclipse. A totally eclipsed Moon can take on a reddish glow.
    ©bigstockphoto.com/ prajit48

    Watch the July 27/28 total lunar eclipse LIVE https://www.timeanddate.com/live/
    Taking pictures? Share them with us! https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/send-photos.html

    Earth Casts Its Shadow

    The Moon does not have any light of its own—it shines because its surface reflects sunlight. During a total lunar eclipse, the Earth moves between the Sun and the Moon and cuts off the Moon’s light supply. When this happens, the surface of the Moon takes on a reddish glow instead of going completely dark.

    The red color of a totally eclipsed Moon has prompted many people in recent years to refer to total lunar eclipses as Blood Moons.

    Earth’s 3 shadows

    The science of total lunar eclipses https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/shadows.html

    Why Red?

    The reason why the Moon takes on a reddish color during totality is a phenomenon called Rayleigh scattering. It is the same mechanism responsible for causing colorful sunrises and sunsets, and for the sky to look blue.

    Colorful Sunlight

    Even though sunlight may look white to human eyes, it is actually composed of different colors. These colors are visible through a prism or in a rainbow. Colors towards the red part of the spectrum have longer wavelengths and lower frequencies compared to colors towards the violet part of the spectrum which have shorter wavelengths and higher frequencies.

    Earth’s Atmosphere

    The next piece of the puzzle of why a totally eclipsed Moon turns red is the Earth’s atmosphere. The layer of air surrounding our planet is made up of different gases, water droplets, and dust particles.

    When sunlight entering the Earth’s atmosphere strikes the particles that are smaller than the light’s wavelengths, it gets scattered into different directions. Not all colors in the light spectrum, however, are equally scattered. Colors with shorter wavelengths, especially the violet and blue colors, are scattered more strongly, so they are removed from the sunlight before it hits the surface of the Moon during a lunar eclipse. Those with longer wavelengths, like red and orange, pass through the atmosphere. This red-orange light is then bent or refracted around Earth, hitting the surface of the Moon and giving it the reddish-orange glow that total lunar eclipses are famous for.

    An eclipsed Moon can take on a reddish glow during totality. Light blue band visible on the Moon’s surface.
    ©bigstockphoto.com/Medardus

    Look for a Blue Band

    Veteran eclipse watchers will tell you that if you look really hard right at the beginning and just before the end of totality, you may detect a light blue or turquoise band on the Moon’s face (see image). This happens because the Earth’s Ozone layer scatters red light and lets through some of the blue light that is otherwise filtered out by other layers of the atmosphere.

    How to view a lunar eclipse https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/viewing-lunar-eclipse.html

    Many Shades of Red

    The Moon can take on different shades of red, orange, or gold during a total lunar eclipse, depending on the conditions of the Earth’s atmosphere at the time of the eclipse. The amount of dust particles, water droplets, clouds, and mist can all have an effect on the shade of red. Volcanic ash and dust in the atmosphere can also lead to the Moon turning dark during an eclipse.

    Fun fact: If you were lucky enough to see a total lunar eclipse from the Moon, you’d see a red ring around the Earth. In effect, you’ll be seeing all the sunrises and sunsets taking place at that specific moment on Earth!

    Sunrise and sunset times in your city https://www.timeanddate.com/scripts/go.php?type=sun

    The Danjon Scale was created by French astronomer, André-Louis Danjon.

    Brightness Scale

    Scientists measure the appearance and brightness of a total lunar eclipse using a five-point scale— ranging from 0 to 4— called the Danjon Scale (see image). A lunar eclipse is ranked and assigned a value on the scale at the time of mid-totality.

    Upcoming 5 Total Lunar Eclipses

    27–28 Jul 2018 https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/lunar/2018-july-27
    Lunar Eclipse (Total)Much of Europe, Much of Asia, Australia, Africa, South in North America, South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean, Antarctica

    20–21 Jan 2019 https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/lunar/2019-january-21
    Lunar Eclipse (Total)Europe, Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean, Arctic

    26 May 2021 https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/lunar/2021-may-26
    Lunar Eclipse (Total)South/East Asia, Australia, Much of North America, South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean, Antarctica

    15–16 May 2022 https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/lunar/2022-may-16
    Lunar Eclipse (Total)South/West Europe, South/West Asia, Africa, Much of North America, South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean, Antarctica

    8 Nov 2022 https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/lunar/2022-november-8
    Lunar Eclipse (Total)North/East Europe, Asia, Australia, North America, Much of South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean, Arctic, Antarctica

    More details about upcoming Eclipses https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/list.html

    total lunar eclipse https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/total-lunar-eclipse.html
    Blood Moons https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/blood-moon.html
    Rayleigh scattering https://www.timeanddate.com/astronomy/red-sunset.html
    refracted https://www.timeanddate.com/astronomy/refraction.html


    https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/lunar/2018-july-27
    July 27–28, 2018 — Total Lunar Eclipse

    Eclipse Information

    The second total lunar eclipse of 2018 will be visible in large parts of Australia, Asia, Africa, Europe, and South America. Totality will last for 103 minutes, making it the longest eclipse of the 21st century.

    Watch it LIVE https://www.timeanddate.com/live/

    Taking pictures? Share them with us! https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/send-photos.html

    Is this Total Lunar Eclipse visible in Tracy? https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/in/usa/tracy?iso=20180727

    What This Lunar Eclipse Looks Like

    Where to See the Eclipse

    https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/map/2018-july-27

    https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/globe/2018-july-27

    Try our new interactive eclipse maps. Zoom in and search for accurate eclipse times and visualizations for any location.

    Regions seeing, at least, some parts of the eclipse: Much of Europe, Much of Asia, Australia, Africa, South in North America, South America, Pacific, Atlantic, Indian Ocean, Antarctica.

    Expand for some cities where at least part of the total eclipse is visible

    Tokyo, Japan https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/in/japan/tokyo?iso=20180727
    Brussels, Belgium https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/in/belgium/brussels?iso=20180727
    Lisbon, Portugal https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/in/portugal/lisbon?iso=20180727
    London, England, United Kingdom https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/in/uk/london?iso=20180727
    Budapest, Hungary https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/in/hungary/budapest?iso=20180727
    Cairo, Egypt https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/in/egypt/cairo?iso=20180727
    Ankara, Turkey https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/in/turkey/ankara?iso=20180727
    Jakarta, Jakarta Special Capital Region, Indonesia https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/in/indonesia/jakarta?iso=20180727
    Athens, Greece https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/in/greece/athens?iso=20180727
    Rome, Italy https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/in/italy/rome?iso=20180727

    Yangon, Myanmar https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/in/myanmar/yangon?iso=20180727
    Madrid, Spain https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/in/spain/madrid?iso=20180727
    Sydney, New South Wales, Australia https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/in/australia/sydney?iso=20180727
    New Delhi, Delhi, India https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/in/india/new-delhi?iso=20180727
    Melbourne, Victoria, Australia https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/in/australia/melbourne?iso=20180727
    Paris, Île-de-France, France https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/in/france/paris?iso=20180727
    Moscow, Moscow, Russia https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/in/russia/moscow?iso=20180727
    Beijing, Beijing Municipality, China https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/in/china/beijing?iso=20180727
    Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/in/brazil/rio-de-janeiro?iso=20180727
    Buenos Aires, Argentina https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/in/argentina/buenos-aires?iso=20180727

    Is this eclipse visible in Tracy? https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/in/usa/tracy?iso=20180727

    Eclipse Map and Animation

    The entire eclipse is visible from start to end.
    The entire partial and total phases are visible. Misses part of penumbral phase.
    The entire total phase is visible. Misses part of partial & penumbral phases.
    Some of the total phase is visible. Misses part of total, partial & penumbral phases.
    Some of the partial phase is visible. Misses total phase and part of partial & penumbral phases.
    Some of the penumbral phase is visible. Misses total & partial phases.

    Micro Blood Moon Eclipse

    Total lunar eclipses are also sometimes called Blood Moons because of the reddish-orange glow the Moon takes on during the eclipse.

    On the day of the eclipse, the Full Moon is also at its farthest from the Earth, so it looks a little smaller in the sky, making this a Blood Micro Moon eclipse.

    Watch it LIVE https://www.timeanddate.com/live/

    Look Up for Mars

    Mars is very close to the eclipsed Moon on July 27/28 and is easy to see with naked eyes, weather permitting.

    Planets visible in the night sky https://www.timeanddate.com/scripts/go.php?type=nightsky

    When the Eclipse Happens Worldwide — Timeline

    Lunar eclipses can be visible from everywhere on the night side of the Earth, if the sky is clear. From some places, the entire eclipse will be visible, while in other areas the Moon will rise or set during the eclipse.
    Event UTC Time Time in Tracy* Visible in Tracy
    Penumbral Eclipse begins Jul 27 at 17:14:47 Jul 27 at 10:14:47 am No, below the horizon
    Partial Eclipse begins Jul 27 at 18:24:27 Jul 27 at 11:24:27 am No, below the horizon
    Full Eclipse begins Jul 27 at 19:30:15 Jul 27 at 12:30:15 pm No, below the horizon
    Maximum Eclipse Jul 27 at 20:21:44 Jul 27 at 1:21:44 pm No, below the horizon
    Full Eclipse ends Jul 27 at 21:13:11 Jul 27 at 2:13:11 pm No, below the horizon
    Partial Eclipse ends Jul 27 at 22:19:00 Jul 27 at 3:19:00 pm No, below the horizon
    Penumbral Eclipse ends Jul 27 at 23:28:38 Jul 27 at 4:28:38 pm No, below the horizon

    • The Moon is below the horizon during this eclipse, so it is not possible to view it in Tracy.

    The times displayed are accurate within 2-3 seconds. https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/accuracy.html
    The magnitude of the eclipse is 1.609.
    The penumbral magnitude of the eclipse is 2.679.
    The total duration of the eclipse is 6 hours, 14 minutes.
    The total duration of the partial phases is 2 hours, 12 minutes.
    The duration of the full eclipse is 1 hour, 43 minutes.

    An Eclipse Never Comes Alone!

    A solar eclipse always occurs about two weeks before or after a lunar eclipse.
    Usually, there are two eclipses in a row, but other times, there are three during the same eclipse season.
    All eclipses 1900 — 2199 https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/list.html
    This is the second eclipse this season.
    First eclipse this season: July 13, 2018 — Partial Solar Eclipse
    Third eclipse this season: August 11, 2018 — Partial Solar Eclipse
    The eclipse is not visible at all.

    Note: Areas with lighter shadings left (West) of the center will experience the eclipse after moonrise/sunset. Areas with lighter shadings right (East) of the center will experience the eclipse until moonset/sunrise. Actual eclipse visibility depends on weather conditions and line of sight to the Moon.

    total lunar eclipse https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/total-lunar-eclipse.html
    Try our new interactive eclipse maps. https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/map/2018-july-27
    Blood Moons https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/blood-moon.html
    reddish-orange glow https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/why-does-moon-look-red-lunar-eclipse.html
    Full Moon https://www.timeanddate.com/astronomy/moon/full-moon.html
    farthest from the Earth https://www.timeanddate.com/astronomy/moon/lunar-perigee-apogee.html
    Micro Moon https://www.timeanddate.com/astronomy/moon/micro-moon.html
    weather https://www.timeanddate.com/scripts/go.php
    magnitude https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/magnitude.html
    July 13, 2018 — Partial Solar Eclipse https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/solar/2018-july-13
    August 11, 2018 — Partial Solar Eclipse https://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/solar/2018-august-11


    https://www.businessinsider.sg/blood-moon-in-july-will-be-longest-lunar-eclipse-in-a-century-2018-6/
    A glowing red ‘blood moon’ this week will be the longest lunar eclipse in a century — here’s how to see it
    Jeremy Berke, Business Insider US
    July 26, 2018


    A full moon is seen before the start of a lunar eclipse in Jakarta, Indonesia January 31, 2018.
    REUTERS/Darren Whiteside

    A blood moon – and the longest lunar eclipse of the 21st century – will occur on the night of July 27 and the morning of July 28.
    The total eclipse is set to last for 1 hour and 43 minutes.
    The eclipse will only be visible in the Eastern Hemisphere.

    July is shaping up to be an excellent month for astronomy fans.

    On the night of July 27 and the early morning hours of July 28, sky-watchers in the Eastern Hemisphere will be treated to the longest lunar eclipse set to occur in the 21st century.

    Astronomers expect the total eclipse to last for an hour and 43 minutes, with the partial eclipse – which occurs before and after the total eclipse phase – lasting 3 hours and 55 minutes.

    A lunar eclipse occurs when the sun, Earth, and moon are directly aligned, and the moon’s orbit brings it directly into Earth’s shadow. During the eclipse, the moon will pass through the darkest region of Earth’s shadow, known as the umbra, which will give the moon a reddish “blood moon” sheen.


    A diagram of the Earth, moon, and sun during a total lunar eclipse or “blood moon.”
    Shayanne Gal/Business Insider

    July’s full moon will happen at the same time as the moon’s apogee – which is when the moon hits its furthest point from Earth in its monthly orbit. It’ll be the smallest and farthest full moon of the year, which means the moon will take more time to pass through Earth’s dark shadow, making the eclipse last longer.

    The longest possible lunar eclipse is 1 hour and 47 minutes, according to EarthSky.

    The total eclipse will begin at 7:30 p.m. UTC, and end at 9:13 p.m. UTC. The peak of the eclipse will occur at 8:22 p.m. UTC.

    Just a few days after the lunar eclipse, Mars will reach its closest point to Earth since 2003. On July 31, the red planet will be only 35.8 million miles away from Earth, making it clearly visible to the naked eye.

    Stargazers in India, China, parts of Russia, Southeast Asia, Egypt, and across Africa will easily be able to see both Mars and the blood moon on July 27 and 28.

    blood moon https://www.businessinsider.com/photos-super-blue-blood-moon-lunar-eclipse-2018-1
    lunar eclipse https://www.businessinsider.com/category/lunar-eclipse
    excellent month https://www.businessinsider.com/mars-to-be-the-brightest-it-has-been-in-15-years-2018-6
    lunar eclipse https://www.businessinsider.com/photos-super-blue-blood-moon-lunar-eclipse-2018-1
    lunar eclipse https://www.businessinsider.com/how-lunar-eclipses-work-earth-moon-red-shadow-2018-7
    according to EarthSky http://earthsky.org/?p=282841
    reach its closest point https://www.businessinsider.com/mars-to-be-the-brightest-it-has-been-in-15-years-2018-6


    https://www.businessinsider.sg/how-lunar-eclipses-work-earth-moon-red-shadow-2018-7/?r=US&IR=T
    The longest total lunar eclipse in a century is about to happen — here’s how Earth will color the moon blood-red
    Dave Mosher, Shayanne Gal, Business Insider US
    July 26, 2018


    The phases of a total lunar eclipse or blood moon.
    Russ Opdahl

    A total lunar eclipse, or blood moon, will happen overnight on Friday, July 27.
    The eclipse will be colored orange-red due to sunlight passing through Earth‘s atmosphere and bouncing off the moon.
    The eclipse is slated to last nearly 1 hour 43 minutes – the longest in about a century.
    North America won’t see the eclipse, since the moon will be below the horizon, but anyone can watch via a live video webcast.

    Huge swaths of Earth are in for a special astronomical treat in late July: the longest total lunar eclipse in roughly 100 years. During the evening of July 27 and into the early morning of July 28, Earth will pass between the sun and the moon to cast a shadow on our 4.5-billion-year-old satellite. Earth’s shadow isn’t a dull gray, though. It ranges from orange to an eerie blood-red hue if you’re right in the middle, which is precisely where the moon will be this time around. Here’s that works.

    How a total lunar eclipse colors the moon red

    A total lunar eclipse and a total solar eclipse are similar, if not the reverse of one another, but their appearances are significantly different. During a solar eclipse, the moon passes between Earth and the sun to cast its shadow on our planet. The shadow is colorless because the moon has no atmosphere to scatter or refract any sunlight. Earth, of course, is a different story.


    What a total lunar eclipse would look like from the moon.
    NASA

    Our planet’s nitrogen-rich atmosphere takes white sunlight, a mix of all colors of the spectrum, and scatters around the blue colors. This makes the sky appear blue during the day and the sun yellow. Around sunset and sunrise, the light reaching our eyes has been more throughly scattered, so much that blues are nearly absent. This makes the sun and its light appear more orange or even red.

    Roughly 240,000 miles away at the moon, the Earth would look quite stunning as the same air, like a big lens, refracts that tinged light toward the full moon. “If you were standing on the moon’s surface during a lunar eclipse, you would see the sun setting and rising behind the Earth,” David Diner, a planetary scientist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, wrote in a blog post. “You’d observe the refracted and scattered solar rays as they pass through the atmosphere surrounding our planet.”


    A diagram of the Earth, moon, and sun during a total lunar eclipse or “blood moon.”
    Shayanne Gal/Business Insider

    This is why lunar eclipses are orange-red: All of that colored light is focused on the moon in a cone-shaped shadow called the umbra. The moon is also covered in ultra-fine, glass-like rock dust called regolith, which has a special property called “backscatter.” This bounces a lot of light back the same way it came from, in this case toward Earth (Backscattering also explains why full moons are far brighter than during other lunar phase.)

    So, when we’re looking at the moon during a total lunar eclipse, we’re seeing Earth’s refracted sunset-sunrise light being bounced right back at us.


    A total lunar eclipse on September 28, 2015.
    Matt Cardy/Getty Images

    The red color is never quite the same from one lunar eclipse to the next due to natural and human activities that affect Earth’s atmosphere. “Pollution and dust in the lower atmosphere tends to subdue the color of the rising or setting sun, whereas fine smoke particles or tiny aerosols lofted to high altitudes during a major volcanic eruption can deepen the color to an intense shade of red,” Diner said.

    This total lunar eclipse will also happen during what’s called a “micro” moon, or the opposite of a super moon. This happens because the moon’s orbit isn’t perfectly circular, so it appears larger at times and smaller at others during its roughly 29-day-long orbit around Earth. (In this case it will look a bit smaller.)

    Where and when to see the total lunar eclipse

    North America will be out of luck this year, since the moon will be below the horizon. You can still watch on a live webcast, though, if you’re located there. But if the weather cooperates, most of eastern Africa, the Middle East, and central Asia should see the full and total lunar eclipse. Scientists in Antarctica should also have a great view. Europe, eastern Asia, Australia, Indonesia, and other regions will enjoy a partial lunar eclipse, where the moon passes partly through Earth’s shadow.


    A map of locations where the total lunar eclipse of July 27 and 28, 2018, will be visible.
    Fred Espenak/NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

    The total eclipse – when the moon is fully inside the red-hued umbra of Earth – starts at 19:30 UT and ends at 21:13 UT. That’s a full 1 hour 43 minutes, which is just four minutes shy of the longest total lunar eclipse possible, according to EarthSky. The partial eclipse will resume immediately afterward, as the moon passes out of Earth’s shadow, and the whole event will be over at 23:28 UT (early on July 28, depending on where you live).

    lunar eclipse http://www.businessinsider.com/category/lunar-eclipse
    Earth http://www.businessinsider.com/category/earth
    moon http://www.businessinsider.com/category/moon
    watch via a live video webcast https://www.businessinsider.com/lunar-eclipse-blood-moon-watch-live-video-2018-7
    longest total lunar eclipse http://www.businessinsider.com/blood-moon-in-july-will-be-longest-lunar-eclipse-in-a-century-2018-6
    total solar eclipse http://www.businessinsider.com/solar-eclipse-diagram-2017-8
    NASA https://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/details.cgi?aid=4341
    David Diner https://science.jpl.nasa.gov/people/Diner/
    a blog post https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/blog/2010/12/red-red-moon-and-other-lunar-eclipse-phenomena
    micro” moon https://www.timeanddate.com/astronomy/moon/micro-moon.html
    a live webcast https://www.timeanddate.com/live/
    Fred Espenak/NASA Goddard Space Flight Center https://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/LEplot/LEplot2001/LE2018Jul27T.pdf
    to NASA https://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/LEplot/LEplot2001/LE2018Jul27T.pdf
    to EarthSky http://earthsky.org/?p=282841


     
  • the1uploader 2:10 pm on 2018-06-23 Permalink  

    Market capitalisation of 1,716 cryptocurrencies, 23 June 2018 

    Market capitalisation of 1,716 cryptocurrencies on 23 June 2018

    Period 1: May 09, 2018 3:05 AM UTC
    Total Market Cap: $422,113,512,722

    Period 2: Jun 23, 2018 2:10 PM UTC
    Total Market Cap: 257,024,356,660

    Source: coinmarketcap.com


     

    # Name Symbol Market Cap Price Circulating Supply
    1 Bitcoin BTC 105,313,250,268 6154.85 17,110,612
    2 Ethereum ETH 47,507,814,578 473.87 100,254,953
    3 Ripple XRP 19,186,990,211 0.488899 39,245,304,677
    4 Bitcoin Cash BCH 13,044,444,377 758.43 17,199,250
    5 EOS EOS 7,500,887,749 8.37 896,149,492
    6 Litecoin LTC 4,774,729,463 83.61 57,104,153
    7 Cardano ADA 3,562,275,784 0.137396 25,927,070,538
    8 Stellar XLM 3,773,897,543 0.201172 18,759,556,711
    9 IOTA MIOTA 2,804,740,623 1.01 2,779,530,283
    10 TRON TRX 2,891,766,320 0.043983 65,748,111,645
    11 NEO NEO 2,191,566,000 33.72 65,000,000
    12 Monero XMR 1,912,749,569 118.37 16,158,937
    13 Dash DASH 1,996,231,050 244.95 8,149,412
    14 NEM XEM 1,481,022,000 0.164558 8,999,999,999
    15 VeChain VEN 1,520,930,917 2.78 547,497,243
    16 Ethereum Classic ETC 1,517,645,895 14.81 102,506,933
    17 Tether USDT 2,614,205,696 1 2,607,140,346
    18 Qtum QTUM 778,900,927 8.78 88,664,516
    19 ICON ICX 673,615,248 1.74 387,431,340
    20 OmiseGO OMG 826,299,767 8.1 102,042,552
    21 Binance Coin BNB 1,811,523,085 15.88 114,041,290
    22 Lisk LSK 593,960,118 5.54 107,246,508
    23 Zilliqa ZIL 519,224,463 0.068536 7,575,893,444
    24 Bitcoin Gold BTG 448,828,784 26.27 17,083,011
    25 Verge XVG 363,518,063 0.024147 15,054,315,539
    26 Zcash ZEC 711,623,169 169.39 4,201,019
    27 Aeternity AE 447,203,569 1.92 233,020,472
    28 Nano NANO 336,254,723 2.52 133,248,289
    29 Ontology ONT 777,561,594 5.14 151,292,175
    30 Siacoin SC 390,383,734 0.011079 35,237,005,284
    31 Steem STEEM 359,866,982 1.37 263,133,752
    32 0x ZRX 380,858,182 0.715631 532,199,111
    33 Wanchain WAN 267,873,692 2.52 106,152,493
    34 BitShares BTS 357,905,857 0.135789 2,635,750,000
    35 Bytom BTM 404,320,990 0.403313 1,002,499,275
    36 Bitcoin Diamond BCD 280,288,020 1.82 153,756,875
    37 Stratis STRAT 244,672,292 2.47 98,906,645
    38 Populous PPT 213,440,707 5.77 37,004,027
    39 RChain RHOC 297,815,747 0.825867 360,609,817
    40 Waves WAVES 289,599,000 2.9 100,000,000
    41 Maker MKR 329,082,642 532.3 618,228
    42 Decred DCR 533,478,299 74.66 7,145,743
    43 Dogecoin DOGE 306,957,797 0.002669 114,990,446,175
    44 Golem GNT 258,846,571 0.308429 839,242,000
    45 IOStoken IOST
    46 Bitcoin Private BTCP 244,078,491 11.92 20,468,828
    47 Status SNT 209,092,137 0.060249 3,470,483,788
    48 Augur REP 337,378,800 30.67 11,000,000
    49 Hshare HSR 207,442,075 4.81 43,144,742
    50 DigixDAO DGD 202,324,000 101.16 2,000,000
    51 DigiByte DGB 225,376,821 0.021609 10,429,766,367
    52 Loopring LRC 177,818,919 0.310832 572,074,043
    53 Mixin XIN 326,789,875 746.13 437,982
    54 Waltonchain WTC 209,556,187 6.73 31,144,099
    55 Pundi X NPXS ? 0.006488 ?
    56 Aion AION 189,606,434 1.13 167,480,575
    57 Basic Attenti… BAT 270,199,000 0.270199 1,000,000,000
    58 aelf ELF 131,868,250 0.527473 250,000,000
    59 Ardor ARDR 148,173,603 0.148322 998,999,495
    60 Komodo KMD 179,966,366 1.73 104,253,991
    61 Mithril MITH 116,242,788 0.37925 306,507,021
    62 Nebulas NAS 204,614,410 4.5 45,500,000
    63 WaykiChain WICC 70,570,962 0.402343 175,400,000
    64 Ark ARK 145,478,011 1.41 103,387,068
    65 Loom Network LOOM 86,489,708 0.143328 603,439,022
    66 Gas GAS 115,378,398 11.39 10,128,375
    67 KuCoin Shares KCS 223,441,282 2.46 90,730,576
    68 PIVX PIVX 115,157,256 2.04 56,558,594
    69 Kyber Network KNC 109,726,716 0.818046 134,132,697
    70 Elastos ELA 109,512,959 20.96 5,226,102
    71 Ethos ETHOS 98,255,906 1.28 76,853,089
    72 ReddCoin RDD 159,159,498 0.005525 28,808,713,174
    73 MonaCoin MONA 139,603,792 2.31 60,366,075
    74 Cryptonex CNX 160,667,760 3.54 45,335,147
    75 Substratum SUB 82,452,165 0.215268 383,021,000
    76 FunFair FUN 121,488,515 0.024245 5,010,848,189
    77 Cortex CTXC 83,516,935 0.557551 149,792,458
    78 QASH QASH 90,761,650 0.259319 350,000,000
    79 Syscoin SYS 104,615,654 0.195282 535,715,804
    80 Bancor BNT 156,600,630 3.11 50,306,021
    81 Dentacoin DCN 124,118,509 0.000382 325,226,613,094
    82 Centrality CENNZ 130,736,720 0.165733 788,839,397
    83 GXChain GXS 168,737,400 2.81 60,000,000
    84 Dragonchain DRGN 81,185,293 0.340511 238,421,940
    85 Fusion FSN 101,533,474 3.42 29,684,331
    86 Holo HOT 57,996,830 0.000435 133,214,575,156
    87 Storm STORM 78,601,994 0.01749 4,494,161,945
    88 Matrix AI Net… MAN 64,429,050 0.429527 150,000,000
    89 Nxt NXT 99,217,777 0.099317 998,999,942
    90 WAX WAX 73,116,741 0.114587 638,089,318
    91 Veritaseum VERI 108,158,500 53.11 2,036,645
    92 SALT SALT 66,037,532 1.12 59,120,970
    93 BnkToTheFuture BFT 79,201,725 0.125719 629,990,099
    94 ZCoin XZC 87,693,593 17.43 5,031,101
    95 All Sports SOC 39,764,752 0.046011 864,244,460
    96 Enigma ENG 108,334,338 1.45 74,836,171
    97 Skycoin SKY 55,676,340 6.19 9,000,000
    98 Factom FCT 89,385,437 10.22 8,745,102
    99 Electroneum ETN 74,513,131 0.010279 7,249,416,863
    100 CyberMiles CMT 105,615,378 0.152522 692,459,959
    101 ChainLink LINK 65,776,550 0.187933 350,000,000
    102 Neblio NEBL 51,239,531 3.87 13,252,654
    103 Gifto GTO 68,661,489 0.128631 533,786,482
    104 Polymath POLY 88,842,804 0.321405 276,420,107
    105 Nexo NEXO 59,810,241 0.106804 560,000,010
    106 Power Ledger POWR 78,351,540 0.209829 373,406,633
    107 Nucleus Vision NCASH 57,956,167 0.013332 4,347,245,098
    108 Revain R 68,553,563 0.367678 186,450,000
    109 Achain ACT 56,160,908 0.105546 532,098,876
    110 Monaco MCO 75,797,912 4.8 15,793,831
    111 Request Network REQ 56,373,521 0.080841 697,341,700
    112 Byteball Bytes GBYTE 74,961,389 116.05 645,946
    113 Decentraland MANA 99,518,760 0.094767 1,050,141,509
    114 MaidSafeCoin MAID 146,506,603 0.323734 452,552,412
    115 DeepBrain Chain DBC 66,908,850 0.044606 1,500,000,000
    116 BitcoinDark BTCD 64,320,152 49.9 1,288,862
    117 TenX PAY 57,679,849 0.528202 109,200,361
    118 Emercoin EMC 106,458,230 2.54 41,919,125
    119 Nuls NULS 86,279,600 2.16 40,000,000
    120 Huobi Token HT 208,391,334 4.17 50,000,200
    121 Cindicator CND 48,425,322 0.03349 1,445,976,590
    122 Storj STORJ 65,048,477 0.479046 135,787,539
    123 POA Network POA 35,450,132 0.172726 205,239,121
    124 Iconomi ICN 63,659,274 0.642005 99,156,976
    125 Bottos BTO 49,181,402 0.098664 498,473,628
    126 ZenCash ZEN 71,923,352 17.44 4,123,313
    127 Particl PART 39,473,713 4.38 9,017,204
    128 Civic CVC 59,568,451 0.173821 342,699,966
    129 Nexus NXS 76,538,786 1.32 57,931,702
    130 Time New Bank TNB 56,133,583 0.023769 2,361,679,677
    131 Quantstamp QSP 43,203,473 0.069986 617,314,171
    132 Kin KIN 100,652,463 0.000133 756,097,560,976
    133 Arcblock ABT 49,002,406 0.525796 93,196,613
    134 Paypex PAYX 79,813,947 1.17 68,428,768
    135 iExec RLC RLC 68,355,635 0.85369 80,070,793
    136 SIRIN LABS Token SRN 35,872,921 0.156474 229,258,029
    137 Ignis IGNIS 43,107,311 0.056635 761,143,950
    138 Dent DENT 48,029,140 0.004525 10,614,760,961
    139 Theta Token THETA 81,782,189 0.123184 663,902,689
    140 Aragon ANT 54,222,947 1.92 28,209,823
    141 Bluzelle BLZ 41,828,532 0.228645 182,940,941
    142 DigitalNote XDN 43,667,855 0.006322 6,906,847,847
    143 Scry.info DDD 97,878,580 0.3262 300,056,960
    144 Gnosis GNO 51,707,073 46.81 1,104,590
    145 Apex CPX 33,119,040 0.077195 429,033,114
    146 Ruff RUFF 51,197,233 0.055541 921,800,000
    147 Po.et POE 32,033,284 0.013945 2,297,132,548
    148 Genaro Network GNX 39,949,395 0.16531 241,663,510
    149 Metal MTL 34,073,845 1.36 25,130,243
    150 SmartMesh SMT 45,052,606 0.031868 1,413,716,694
    151 Dropil DROP 107,340,176 0.005507 19,491,906,657
    152 Enjin Coin ENJ 41,515,121 0.0549 756,192,535
    153 SingularityNET AGI 56,617,122 0.10491 539,673,260
    154 Santiment Net… SAN 51,818,999 0.826982 62,660,371
    155 BOScoin BOS 39,953,642 0.089603 445,898,741
    156 TokenPay TPAY 38,052,487 2.47 15,418,787
    157 Vertcoin VTC 41,697,460 0.931213 44,777,575
    158 GameCredits GAME 46,929,210 0.72922 64,355,352
    159 High Performa… HPB 56,721,928 1.91 29,702,632
    160 SmartCash SMART 80,829,179 0.076995 1,049,797,771
    161 Ambrosus AMB 37,976,386 0.262647 144,590,975
    162 Game.com GTC 88,040,462 0.115623 761,444,190
    163 TomoChain TOMO 24,412,905 0.443871 55,000,000
    164 Litecoin Cash LCC 29,743,546 0.051724 575,041,207
    165 SONM SNM 61,606,312 0.171319 359,600,000
    166 Delphy DPY 25,561,564 0.618459 41,331,057
    167 Credits CS 43,661,983 0.316486 137,958,656
    168 BridgeCoin BCO 23,798,610 0.88143 27,000,000
    169 IHT Real Esta… IHT 33,574,888 0.065262 514,461,473
    170 DEW DEW 46,810,151 0.453391 103,244,553
    171 Raiden Networ… RDN 38,184,380 0.761116 50,168,936
    172 DATA DTA 29,032,828 0.006275 4,626,502,186
    173 Red Pulse RPX 27,583,089 0.034141 807,926,304
    174 SophiaTX SPHTX 34,524,993 0.179685 192,141,767
    175 Asch XAS 57,229,058 0.613024 93,355,331
    176 Dynamic Tradi… DTR 43,745,193 0.035914 1,218,054,044
    177 Bitcore BTX 32,006,885 2.05 15,578,007
    178 Ubiq UBQ 34,509,162 0.834436 41,356,271
    179 Zebi ZCO 21,831,217 0.046352 470,992,683
    180 Blocknet BLOCK 77,860,387 14.97 5,202,033
    181 IoT Chain ITC 30,476,409 0.506219 60,204,000
    182 THEKEY TKY 40,922,620 0.008698 4,704,993,287
    183 Ink INK 29,908,497 0.06447 463,910,527
    184 MediBloc [QRC20] MED 16,655,594 0.005615 2,966,384,100
    185 ETHLend LEND 27,779,398 0.02557 1,086,422,877
    186 Groestlcoin GRS 44,201,861 0.628663 70,310,899
    187 Bibox Token BIX 117,725,431 1.13 104,342,466
    188 Genesis Vision GVT 34,513,867 9.26 3,726,781
    189 Cube AUTO 32,708,878 0.005213 6,274,940,000
    190 Peercoin PPC 36,682,771 1.48 24,822,051
    191 PayPie PPP 22,245,053 0.269637 82,500,000
    192 NavCoin NAV 29,851,814 0.473862 62,996,852
    193 Pillar PLR 41,001,135 0.158093 259,348,201
    194 OST OST 21,759,582 0.064209 338,884,679
    195 CRYPTO20 C20 40,944,196 1.03 39,714,631
    196 BLOCKv VEE 35,720,762 0.018142 1,968,986,470
    197 AirSwap AST 21,696,000 0.14464 150,000,000
    198 Streamr DATAcoin DATA 61,928,963 0.091455 677,154,514
    199 CloakCoin CLOAK 23,039,757 4.47 5,152,245
    200 Bread BRD 36,120,963 0.408502 88,422,978
    201 ZClassic ZCL 36,324,088 8.56 4,242,150
    202 Ripio Credit … RCN 22,909,062 0.046631 491,280,791
    203 AdEx ADX 25,637,301 0.349136 73,430,701
    204 BitBay BAY 25,901,649 0.025591 1,012,146,906
    205 Eidoo EDO 28,340,779 0.968536 29,261,461
    206 Telcoin TEL 31,878,984 0.001043 30,559,427,742
    207 Einsteinium EMC2 26,144,461 0.1204 217,146,685
    208 SingularDTV SNGLS 22,865,220 0.038109 600,000,000
    209 Electra ECA 30,573,293 0.001184 25,821,820,321
    210 True Chain TRUE 47,189,128 1.02 46,448,735
    211 OriginTrail TRAC 28,467,114 0.10612 268,253,992
    212 Quantum Resis… QRL 24,370,736 0.468668 52,000,000
    213 SpankChain SPANK 29,909,855 0.099685 300,043,386
    214 Odyssey OCN 37,733,810 0.007944 4,750,000,000
    215 AppCoins APPC 16,814,928 0.168058 100,054,312
    216 UTRUST UTK 20,673,015 0.066884 309,086,681
    217 district0x DNT 21,222,060 0.03537 600,000,000
    218 ION ION 18,666,765 0.875132 21,330,228
    219 SaluS SLS 24,119,265 23.87 1,010,646
    220 Burst BURST 30,638,775 0.01566 1,956,511,507
    221 WePower WPR 18,341,397 0.040869 448,789,474
    222 Crypterium CRPT 42,731,345 0.540516 79,056,577
    223 Rock RKT 31,011,251 0.089389 346,925,079
    224 WaBi WABI 15,579,214 0.344307 45,248,033
    225 Electrify.Asia ELEC 14,468,516 0.033368 433,608,433
    226 MediShares MDS 50,515,886 0.049647 1,017,499,234
    227 Edgeless EDG 30,739,293 0.348965 88,087,036
    228 DECENT DCT 17,398,562 0.339113 51,306,089
    229 Oyster PRL 14,583,765 0.171641 84,966,676
    230 Viacoin VIA 22,630,329 0.98158 23,055,002
    231 Republic Prot… REN 36,108,396 0.065413 552,010,647
    232 YEE YEE 14,908,182 0.01092 1,365,218,125
    233 VIBE VIBE 15,521,837 0.077532 200,200,144
    234 Internet Node… INT 32,188,160 0.114374 281,429,000
    235 Primecoin XPM 30,558,023 1.27 24,026,814
    236 INS Ecosystem INS 20,195,865 0.66651 30,300,918
    237 Tierion TNT 20,214,846 0.047178 428,481,269
    238 Lympo LYM 30,300,209 0.041884 723,440,241
    239 NANJCOIN NANJ 35,593,349 0.001838 19,361,889,557
    240 Modum MOD 18,193,756 0.996034 18,266,200
    241 Hydro Protocol HOT 17,761,653 0.025302 702,000,000
    242 Wings WINGS 19,807,869 0.220803 89,708,333
    243 Ravencoin RVN 24,800,593 0.020164 1,229,950,206
    244 LBRY Credits LBC 17,356,960 0.103784 167,241,196
    245 Trinity Netwo… TNC 12,278,000 0.036834 333,333,333
    246 DATx DATX 23,419,378 0.016833 1,391,302,551
    247 Jibrel Network JNT 33,849,760 0.211561 160,000,000
    248 MinexCoin MNX 18,600,608 4.73 3,936,228
    249 Pura PURA 15,604,120 0.089613 174,127,085
    250 Bodhi BOT 10,248,880 0.256222 40,000,000
    251 QunQun QUN 14,307,725 0.017792 804,148,114
    252 BitRent RNTB 24,936,002 0.029624 841,750,000
    253 Counterparty XCP 23,166,850 8.86 2,616,242
    254 TokenCard TKN 25,472,756 1.05 24,329,048
    255 BABB BAX 24,258,780 0.001155 20,999,999,999
    256 Datum DAT 17,478,842 0.019306 905,358,042
    257 Bloom BLT 10,746,420 0.225346 47,688,531
    258 QLINK QLC 15,906,768 0.066278 240,000,000
    259 Lamden TAU 10,346,934 0.072755 142,215,728
    260 Wagerr WGR 29,008,794 0.158518 183,000,000
    261 Soarcoin SOAR 14,551,222 0.013504 1,077,533,090
    262 LinkEye LET 17,380,260 0.028967 600,000,000
    263 Dock DOCK 14,705,046 0.038612 380,843,319
    264 MobileGo MGO 19,910,841 0.203112 98,028,877
    265 NAGA NGC 20,922,948 0.36279 57,672,338
    266 Triggers TRIG 10,776,751 0.335666 32,105,578
    267 EDUCare EKT 46,845,900 0.104102 450,000,000
    268 bitCNY BITCNY 30,647,184 0.16802 182,402,000
    269 YOYOW YOYOW 17,847,229 0.065573 272,173,444
    270 Gulden NLG 28,317,203 0.070838 399,746,500
    271 TaaS TAAS 16,273,999 2 8,146,001
    272 Etherparty FUEL 17,479,001 0.035977 485,842,253
    273 CPChain CPC 21,352,762 0.073945 288,765,852
    274 Blox CDT 19,716,470 0.029785 661,953,039
    275 Feathercoin FTC 24,343,151 0.118978 204,602,120
    276 Neurotoken NTK 12,536,615 0.154721 81,027,236
    277 Presearch PRE 20,075,135 0.129517 155,000,000
    278 Melon MLN 17,732,590 29.58 599,400
    279 TokenClub TCT 22,724,672 0.047203 481,425,335
    280 Metaverse ETP ETP 23,180,141 0.645388 35,916,598
    281 BlockMason Cr… BCPT 11,247,385 0.153572 73,238,514
    282 Safe Exchange… SAFEX 31,542,758 0.02044 1,543,157,590
    283 Steem Dollars SBD 16,559,574 1.09 15,244,156
    284 Refereum RFR 12,282,924 0.005188 2,367,774,398
    285 Medicalchain MTN 12,553,175 0.067855 185,000,000
    286 Universa UTNP 21,424,546 0.011641 1,840,486,088
    287 KickCoin KICK 21,691,229 0.044399 488,556,603
    288 Lunyr LUN 16,662,996 7.25 2,297,853
    289 Sentinel SENT 16,051,780 0.008026 1,999,999,999
    290 Envion EVN 22,342,282 0.20374 109,660,754
    291 Experience Po… XP 19,851,059 0.000085 233,572,643,282
    292 Tokenomy TEN 30,102,375 0.240819 125,000,000
    293 Cobinhood COB 13,119,252 0.036062 363,794,097
    294 Proxeus XES 13,902,992 0.070132 198,240,350
    295 CyberVein CVT 54,080,118 0.052848 1,023,320,190
    296 Sentinel Chain SENC 7,583,184 0.038441 197,269,666
    297 Mobius MOBI 15,121,292 0.040146 376,657,502
    298 ECC ECC 16,804,950 0.000672 25,000,000,000
    299 Namecoin NMC 19,496,110 1.32 14,736,400
    300 Banca BANCA 14,897,505 0.000832 17,905,181,684
    301 Viberate VIB 12,834,817 0.075181 170,719,799
    302 Dai DAI 43,026,035 1 43,023,454
    303 CasinoCoin CSC 13,303,423 0.00037 35,973,085,511
    304 Switcheo SWH
    305 DeepOnion ONION 11,271,797 0.7311 15,417,586
    306 Havven HAV 24,228,722 0.384875 62,952,186
    307 Unikoin Gold UKG 10,506,327 0.074369 141,272,371
    308 Bitcoin Green BITG 14,903,625 3.99 3,732,344
    309 Bankex BKX 14,182,791 0.191901 73,906,809
    310 Elastic XEL 13,055,344 0.142407 91,676,277
    311 Boolberry BBR 10,439,784 0.893116 11,689,169
    312 STK STK 9,214,869 0.026957 341,834,585
    313 SwftCoin SWFTC 22,927,790 0.006299 3,639,990,384
    314 adToken ADT 8,275,500 0.013793 600,000,000
    315 FirstBlood 1ST 13,342,400 0.155945 85,558,371
    316 Shift SHIFT 14,407,198 1.18 12,170,092
    317 SunContract SNC 9,873,215 0.082431 119,775,804
    318 Zoin ZOI 4,551,080 0.25458 17,876,818
    319 Aeon AEON 19,202,135 1.21 15,831,459
    320 HTMLCOIN HTML 19,830,530 0.000301 65,877,343,748
    321 ugChain UGC 10,625,571 0.018679 568,842,039
    322 Dimecoin DIME 12,612,222 0.000023 539,096,740,560
    323 MedicCoin MEDIC 13,226,126 0.069439 190,471,697
    324 Stox STX 9,002,443 0.21198 42,468,362
    325 Trade Token TIO 34,287,223 0.381302 89,921,436
    326 Zeusshield ZSC 10,820,086 0.009383 1,153,170,765
    327 Cofound.it CFI 11,633,570 0.035796 325,000,000
    328 Legolas Exchange LGO
    329 Spectre.ai Di… SXDT 23,194,141 0.282602 82,073,519
    330 XTRABYTES XBY 11,506,499 0.026759 430,000,000
    331 COSS COSS 14,858,575 0.125061 118,810,622
    332 AI Doctor AIDOC 8,034,397 0.018123 443,333,332
    333 ColossusXT COLX 11,499,508 0.001051 10,936,393,366
    334 PotCoin POT 14,029,560 0.063722 220,168,921
    335 Mercury MER 12,302,900 0.123029 100,000,000
    336 Humaniq HMQ 12,292,794 0.074245 165,571,555
    337 Zeepin ZPT 19,362,600 0.038725 500,000,000
    338 Peerplays PPY 12,000,243 2.71 4,421,624
    339 Storiqa STQ 42,552,151 0.005302 8,025,845,771
    340 Propy PRO 10,836,865 0.555875 19,495,147
    341 Sharder SS 5,627,186 0.019864 283,282,765
    342 Mothership MSP 19,467,140 0.139051 140,000,000
    343 Synereo AMP 11,183,590 0.111027 100,728,564
    344 Monetha MTH 8,750,700 0.040238 217,471,923
    345 Unobtanium UNO 26,560,690 133.59 198,830
    346 UpToken UP 7,702,274 0.054288 141,877,756
    347 Decision Token HST 18,676,858 0.583178 32,025,998
    348 Qbao QBT 14,060,354 0.21515 65,351,403
    1015 Aurora DAO AURA 14,695,598 0.110155 133,408,357
    349 Everex EVX 10,877,295 0.65923 16,500,000
    350 HempCoin THC 12,661,904 0.054937 230,478,760
    351 XinFin Network XDCE 15,642,167 0.004273 3,660,947,565
    352 I/O Coin IOC 8,094,239 0.482098 16,789,612
    353 Matchpool GUP 9,637,425 0.128499 75,000,000
    354 ODEM ODE 37,973,418 0.213715 177,682,511
    355 Phore PHR 16,508,419 1.22 13,571,538
    356 SHIELD XSH 11,096,076 0.021631 512,973,375
    357 Blocktix TIX 8,416,360 0.210409 40,000,000
    358 Bean Cash BITB 10,876,951 0.004235 2,568,317,000
    359 Energo TSL 10,903,581 0.016073 678,361,823
    360 LEOcoin LEO 11,577,156 0.113788 101,743,211
    361 Measurable Da… MDT 8,728,011 0.026564 328,561,663
    362 DMarket DMT 9,570,931 0.190595 50,216,064
    363 EchoLink EKO 7,567,633 0.020299 372,810,007
    364 Pepe Cash PEPECASH 13,447,817 0.01916 701,884,009
    365 SpaceChain SPC 11,197,928 0.021744 514,991,707
    366 Alphacat ACAT 11,187,970 0.004009 2,790,428,084
    367 Agrello DLT 7,752,466 0.090167 85,978,873
    368 StakeNet XSN 38,732,314 0.566815 68,333,254
    369 BlackCoin BLK 10,064,597 0.130851 76,916,470
    370 ShipChain SHIP 6,225,698 0.034152 182,294,881
    371 ProChain PRA 11,843,663 0.238963 49,562,749
    372 Karma KRM 12,768,587 0.007162 1,782,809,241
    373 Hive Project HVN 17,096,588 0.045591 375,000,000
    374 U Network UUU 15,693,414 0.002709 5,792,573,645
    375 Moeda Loyalty… MDA 8,666,566 0.441521 19,628,888
    376 Crown CRW 9,960,361 0.526113 18,931,979
    377 Bitcoin Atom BCA 9,992,965 0.552899 18,073,763
    378 Pascal Coin PASC 10,710,683 0.493705 21,694,500
    379 Fortuna FOTA 12,541,503 0.031064 403,728,511
    380 DADI DADI 10,111,957 0.130288 77,612,342
    381 TE-FOOD TFD 9,937,094 0.021303 466,460,169
    382 Selfkey KEY 13,716,857 0.006863 1,998,790,086
    383 Hi Mutual Soc… HMC 7,654,664 0.018943 404,100,000
    384 OneRoot Network RNT 19,185,386 0.080058 239,643,281
    385 Omni OMNI 9,162,187 16.33 561,154
    386 WeTrust TRST 4,283,735 0.046488 92,147,500
    387 Lykke LKK 18,983,968 0.059922 316,809,739
    388 Numeraire NMR 9,435,339 6.99 1,349,328
    389 Olympus Labs MOT 10,751,697 0.283028 37,988,103
    390 Diamond DMD 10,257,870 3.62 2,832,328
    391 Matryx MTX 5,224,423 0.224955 23,224,303
    392 Primas PST 12,084,685 0.236029 51,199,999
    393 Mooncoin MOON 9,371,245 0.000042 224,350,260,848
    394 GridCoin GRC 9,965,075 0.025531 390,312,753
    395 PACcoin $PAC 22,481,760 0.005617 4,002,200,286
    396 Blackmoon BMC 13,684,426 0.64485 21,221,100
    397 Pure PURE 1,855,481 0.129579 14,319,301
    398 Guaranteed Et… GETX 5,243,040 0.017477 300,000,000
    399 ATMChain ATM 8,484,609 0.001821 4,660,285,460
    400 Aeron ARN 8,322,093 0.640161 13,000,000
    401 VeriCoin VRC 5,847,800 0.18849 31,024,458
    402 Cappasity CAPP 8,970,134 0.019627 457,032,658
    403 Blockport BPT 9,167,197 0.176323 51,990,933
    404 indaHash IDH 7,324,953 0.018315 399,936,259
    405 Flash FLASH 9,463,860 0.010515 900,000,000
    406 CoinPoker CHP 8,211,457 0.02855 287,616,723
    407 Banyan Network BBN 8,319,752 0.028407 292,873,734
    408 OracleChain OCT 19,302,750 0.643425 30,000,000
    409 Ormeus Coin ORME 9,291,164 0.545598 17,029,321
    410 Radium RADS 8,696,149 2.49 3,498,232
    411 Restart Energ… MWAT 10,336,947 0.024746 417,727,000
    412 OAX OAX 8,514,449 0.340452 25,009,250
    413 carVertical CV 9,206,206 0.001625 5,665,776,103
    414 SIBCoin SIB 6,507,232 0.386595 16,832,167
    415 DIMCOIN DIM 10,423,200 0.004958 2,102,485,837
    416 RevolutionVR RVR 10,929,429 0.052045 210,000,000
    417 FairCoin FAIR 17,958,450 0.337604 53,193,831
    418 AICHAIN AIT 10,282,063 0.019216 535,067,071
    419 LATOKEN LA 9,507,133 0.117318 81,037,294
    420 Datawallet DXT 14,743,649 0.037783 390,222,225
    421 PRIZM PZM 23,314,791 1.12 *
    422 Divi DIVX 10,662,677 1.94 5,493,196
    423 WhiteCoin XWC 21,146,774 0.084882 249,132,609
    424 BitClave CAT 5,901,111 0.011769 501,394,406
    425 Aphelion APH 5,984,229 0.164148 36,456,301
    426 Zap ZAP 4,997,405 0.04466 111,900,159
    427 Expanse EXP 7,394,600 0.935268 7,906,397
    428 SolarCoin SLR 8,635,003 0.196235 44,003,381
    429 E-Dinar Coin EDR 8,602,859 0.009707 886,211,988
    430 Databits DTB 6,774,934 0.297828 22,747,809
    431 PolySwarm NCT 5,171,551 0.003522 1,468,214,570
    432 Bee Token BEE 3,641,925 0.021482 169,534,596
    433 FlorinCoin FLO 9,179,248 0.063528 144,490,466
    434 Tao XTO 10,746,515 0.325757 32,989,360
    435 ALQO ALQO 11,232,522 0.234506 47,898,657
    436 MktCoin MLM 4,279,158 0.003712 1,152,759,254
    437 Rentberry BERRY 4,296,054 0.016797 255,769,251
    438 Uquid Coin UQC 9,883,370 0.988337 10,000,000
    439 Covesting COV 11,797,118 0.674121 17,500,000
    440 XPA XPA 5,397,374 0.094396 57,177,751
    441 MonetaryUnit MUE 9,481,259 0.070732 134,045,017
    442 Pareto Network PARETO 5,250,142 0.021447 244,801,795
    443 Incent INCNT 6,702,134 0.145646 46,016,602
    1016 Grid+ GRID 16,428,947 0.418716 39,236,491
    1017 Credo CREDO 14,679,249 0.026695 549,891,703
    444 SureRemit RMT 8,590,650 0.017181 500,000,000
    445 Nimiq Exchang… NET 4,312,917 0.410754 10,500,000
    446 Myriad XMY 6,522,016 0.004117 1,583,994,000
    447 bitUSD BITUSD 13,025,952 1.1 11,858,700
    448 Rubycoin RBY 8,511,929 0.330403 25,762,262
    449 Bismuth BIS 10,926,143 1.02 10,743,609
    450 Devery EVE 3,672,743 0.058373 62,918,410
    1018 MUSE MUSE 9,676,909 0.663629 14,581,806
    451 Hacken HKN 6,509,629 1.27 5,123,675
    452 EncrypGen DNA 4,562,188 0.073324 62,219,914
    453 Neumark NEU 8,902,877 0.309804 28,737,127
    454 aXpire AXP 6,749,789 0.025471 265,000,000
    455 iXledger IXT 13,545,369 0.378586 35,778,844
    456 LoMoCoin LMC 6,497,957 0.027503 236,267,875
    457 Bounty0x BNTY 4,379,819 0.031694 138,192,107
    458 Linda LINDA 29,525,899 0.003266 9,039,499,854
    459 Auctus AUC 2,832,612 0.16964 16,697,784
    460 SwissBorg CHSB 7,377,363 0.012812 575,821,133
    461 Maecenas ART 17,581,578 0.583134 30,150,150
    462 BitSend BSD 5,680,346 0.29017 19,575,925
    463 Polybius PLBT 10,517,998 2.65 3,969,565
    464 Titanium BAR TBAR
    465 DecentBet DBET 16,416,615 0.127528 128,729,498
    466 Dovu DOVU 3,964,113 0.04971 79,745,430
    467 NoLimitCoin NLC2 12,725,094 0.061076 208,347,500
    468 LUXCoin LUX 11,210,494 5.9 1,901,302
    469 Clams CLAM 7,350,783 2.37 3,096,853
    470 Smartlands SLT 7,772,439 1.52 5,100,896
    471 Payfair PFR 3,096,913 0.034797 88,999,687
    472 Elixir ELIX 4,356,689 0.13646 31,926,493
    473 ICOS ICOS 6,154,966 11.22 548,507
    474 REBL REBL 6,483,672 0.038111 170,125,551
    475 BitDegree BDG 5,044,988 0.014229 354,569,198
    476 Fluz Fluz FLUZ 3,872,451 0.01891 204,780,000
    477 Quantum QAU 11,379,201 0.151992 74,867,103
    478 Oxycoin OXY 10,547,286 0.096104 109,748,780
    479 OKCash OK 5,069,987 0.068452 74,066,743
    480 Block Array ARY 3,333,556 0.048714 68,430,738
    481 Etheroll DICE 7,773,061 1.11 7,001,623
    482 CoinFi COFI 4,230,219 0.024502 172,647,909
    483 Leadcoin LDC 3,848,390 0.004906 784,399,592
    484 Cashaa CAS 14,317,329 0.034456 415,522,566
    485 Patientory PTOY 4,956,385 0.070806 70,000,000
    486 FedoraCoin TIPS 3,208,119 0.000015 212,269,865,434
    487 Rise RISE 6,177,604 0.049006 126,057,860
    488 NeosCoin NEOS 6,375,969 1.65 3,856,207
    489 U.CASH UCASH 5,691,848 0.003086 1,844,678,441
    490 Hexx HXX 7,351,901 4.42 1,662,179
    491 Lendingblock LND 3,871,060 0.006545 591,472,963
    492 Paragon PRG 4,884,109 0.074073 65,936,599
    493 eBoost EBST 2,007,200 0.10036 20,000,000
    494 Swarm City SWT 5,307,416 0.641383 8,274,956
    495 TrueUSD TUSD 73,179,968 1 72,892,045
    496 Effect.AI EFX 5,523,423 0.026726 206,668,526
    497 Polis POLIS 6,831,806 2.64 2,586,561
    498 Energycoin ENRG 3,900,963 0.03198 121,980,179
    499 Musicoin MUSIC 5,755,393 0.007416 776,117,568
    500 Zilla ZLA 5,692,334 0.147981 38,466,654
    501 Snovio SNOV 3,692,235 0.009117 404,980,448
    502 FoldingCoin FLDC 4,943,755 0.008165 605,470,958
    503 SportyCo SPF 2,701,102 0.051145 52,812,425
    504 Nexium NXC 5,502,472 0.082718 66,520,614
    505 Debitum DEB 5,577,450 0.029465 189,291,317
    506 Rialto XRL 10,131,334 0.131909 76,805,477
    507 LALA World LALA 4,824,659 0.02544 189,647,051
    508 DubaiCoin DBIX 9,600,737 4.3 2,232,901
    509 DomRaider DRT 6,550,626 0.011075 591,500,000
    1019 EXRNchain EXRN 6,982,057 0.000075 92,500,000,000
    510 Interplanetar… IPBC
    511 Remme REM 8,995,506 0.01496 601,315,910
    512 Worldcore WRC 3,154,121 0.018012 175,109,299
    513 FintruX Network FTX 2,330,669 0.042048 55,428,631
    514 CVCoin CVCOIN 7,023,769 0.714013 9,837,033
    515 Pluton PLU 3,767,597 4.43 850,000
    516 Syndicate SYNX 3,266,122 0.167222 19,531,650
    517 GoldCoin GLD 3,732,272 0.090808 41,100,608
    518 Insights Network INSTAR 2,983,362 0.022893 130,319,349
    519 Aventus AVT 5,155,026 0.859171 6,000,000
    520 Stealth XST 5,988,138 0.205674 29,114,704
    521 CargoX CXO 4,739,476 0.03672 129,071,409
    1020 IDEX Membership IDXM 4,656,080 2328.04 2,000
    522 Gambit GAM 4,685,807 3.9 1,200,279
    523 GoByte GBX 5,528,656 3.04 1,818,278
    524 Golos GOLOS 4,791,898 0.038483 124,518,891
    525 AurumCoin AU 5,343,329 17.93 297,949
    526 Waves Communi… WCT 4,407,182 0.442284 9,964,597
    527 The ChampCoin TCC 6,853,654 0.041556 164,925,727
    528 Playkey PKT 5,429,990 0.398341 13,631,512
    529 InsurePal IPL 5,700,440 0.02836 201,000,000
    530 Spectrecoin XSPEC 4,202,219 0.202173 20,785,264
    531 Chronobank TIME 11,313,162 15.93 710,113
    532 Espers ESP 5,351,872 0.000246 21,796,867,320
    533 PinkCoin PINK 5,165,135 0.013525 381,906,699
    534 ATN ATN 20,808,898 0.246836 84,302,524
    535 BitConnect BCC 4,149,385 0.429678 9,656,964
    536 Everus EVR 9,759,782 0.067322 144,971,881
    537 LockTrip LOC 7,893,027 0.849355 9,292,966
    538 Swarm SWM 20,971,196 0.410288 51,113,355
    539 NewYorkCoin NYC 7,488,275 0.000056 134,024,588,760
    540 Mysterium MYST 3,962,441 0.172247 23,004,415
    541 Leverj LEV 4,874,824 0.04128 118,090,511
    1021 KiloCoin KLC 5,843,889 0.029771 196,297,971
    1022 bitqy BQ 6,335,905 0.002036 3,112,671,431
    542 Nework NKC 9,435,627 0.063933 147,586,172
    1023 Hedge HDG 6,964,246 1.88 3,709,674
    543 ATBCoin ATB 3,739,787 0.08914 41,953,947
    544 Bulwark BWK 6,041,010 0.700293 8,626,403
    545 Global Curren… GCR 7,168,036 0.068748 104,264,766
    546 Flixxo FLIXX 5,379,930 0.067526 79,671,513
    1024 NaPoleonX NPX 5,801,457 0.229035 25,330,000
    547 Ink Protocol XNK 4,428,122 0.02507 176,630,334
    548 Dynamic DYN 6,027,618 1.21 4,979,774
    549 ToaCoin TOA 3,768,969 0.001478 2,549,253,131
    550 Novacoin NVC 5,621,191 2.67 2,106,601
    551 adbank ADB 4,732,214 0.009446 500,953,700
    552 Rivetz RVT 6,476,479 0.246775 26,244,468
    553 Mintcoin MINT 4,593,988 0.000184 24,947,260,808
    554 Hubii Network HBT 5,512,860 0.407864 13,516,418
    555 InvestFeed IFT 6,048,853 0.031606 191,381,257
    556 Auroracoin AUR 3,808,308 0.439853 8,658,139
    557 Profile Utili… PUT 3,331,541 0.073561 45,289,804
    558 Sphere SPHR 3,690,958 1.2 3,082,940
    559 HollyWoodCoin HWC 6,332,242 1.09 5,797,323
    560 Pandacoin PND 5,034,089 0.000155 32,514,916,898
    561 Bitcrystals BCY 3,788,843 0.163539 23,167,827
    562 IP Exchange IPSX 3,289,537 0.0041 802,404,382
    563 DeviantCoin DEV 5,836,622 2.4 2,435,051
    564 CanYaCoin CAN 4,775,614 0.114114 41,849,504
    565 Curecoin CURE 4,089,235 0.171243 23,879,718
    566 Spectiv SIG 4,701,504 0.016822 279,482,090
    567 Russian Miner… RMC 5,093,133 3379.65 1,507
    568 CommerceBlock CBT 4,110,792 0.023727 173,256,686
    569 Solaris XLR 3,894,357 2.82 1,383,273
    570 LIFE LIFE 14,745,180 0.000184 80,098,538,483
    571 Internet of P… IOP 2,837,190 0.804684 3,525,843
    572 TransferCoin TX 3,285,372 0.503928 6,519,527
    573 AirToken AIR 5,744,792 0.005471 1,050,000,000
    574 Helbiz HBZ 4,660,793 0.008513 547,522,129
    575 Circuits of V… COVAL 3,867,100 0.003867 1,000,000,000
    576 Change CAG 5,036,122 0.135708 37,109,987
    577 Linker Coin LNC 4,984,187 0.044195 112,776,150
    578 HOQU HQX 3,228,055 0.021361 151,118,386
    579 AdHive ADH 4,284,680 0.039776 107,721,314
    580 Stipend SPD 4,913,161 0.77342 6,352,514
    581 FidentiaX FDX 2,813,790 0.026798 105,000,000
    582 MyBit Token MYB 3,115,627 0.053456 58,283,853
    583 ALIS ALIS 4,145,378 0.106825 38,805,314
    584 Haven Protocol XHV 2,665,247 0.863551 3,086,381
    585 Sequence SEQ 4,238,664 0.092688 45,730,650
    586 Tokes TKS 2,341,720 0.697735 3,356,174
    1025 AsiaCoin AC 4,209,957 0.002554 1,648,590,843
    587 OBITS OBITS 3,162,695 0.201772 15,674,600
    588 HelloGold HGT 2,550,721 0.009697 263,034,654
    589 ArtByte ABY 3,396,434 0.004286 792,537,250
    590 SRCOIN SRCOIN 7,558,268 0.001496 5,052,048,084
    591 Spectre.ai Ut… SXUT 2,626,993 0.107095 24,529,558
    592 ClearPoll POLL 3,500,345 0.50005 6,999,991
    593 GET Protocol GET 6,256,094 0.549346 11,388,258
    594 Publica PBL 2,223,541 0.119655 18,582,933
    595 Gladius Token GLA 3,399,404 0.245407 13,852,105
    596 Ecobit ECOB 6,765,733 0.015223 444,444,444
    597 Breakout Stake BRX 3,078,005 0.49106 6,268,082
    598 Target Coin TGT 4,681,517 0.004915 952,429,892
    599 PoSW Coin POSW 2,882,923 0.065372 44,100,000
    600 Dether DTH 2,881,078 0.039739 72,500,000
    601 ClearCoin CLR
    602 Eroscoin ERO 4,748,433 0.025428 186,744,000
    603 Kore KORE 3,340,020 1.65 2,022,465
    604 Travelflex TRF 3,101,459 0.039356 78,805,628
    605 GeoCoin GEO 2,937,852 0.926606 3,170,551
    606 Viuly VIU 2,068,138 0.002776 744,912,642
    607 HEAT HEAT 4,047,747 0.116209 34,831,616
    608 Gatcoin GAT 2,237,006 0.004222 529,861,449
    609 ATLANT ATL 2,906,416 0.077397 37,551,901
    1026 NVO NVST
    610 B2BX B2B 4,286,616 0.262168 16,350,644
    611 TrueFlip TFL 3,697,514 0.591861 6,247,267
    612 Blue Protocol BLUE 4,329,786 0.118154 36,645,278
    613 Bitcoin Plus XBC 3,012,848 27.13 111,060
    614 HyperStake HYP 2,773,964 0.002203 1,258,998,626
    615 Chainium CHX 1,677,231 0.028842 58,151,765
    616 Universal Cur… UNIT 2,723,940 0.191784 14,203,168
    617 NuBits USNBT 2,865,005 0.281162 10,189,872
    618 Open Trading … OTN 2,906,060 1.51 1,925,384
    619 EZToken EZT 3,667,477 0.318911 11,500,000
    620 Dotcoin DOT 4,412,808 0.014363 307,243,000
    1027 CHIPS CHIPS 3,530,437 0.168181 20,991,891
    621 JET8 J8T 2,936,609 0.006524 450,093,005
    622 APX APX 5,351,509 7.61 703,179
    623 Astro ASTRO 3,655,622 1.1 3,313,833
    624 Memetic / Pep… MEME 2,069,511 0.09143 22,635,025
    625 B3Coin KB3 3,028,573 0.004154 729,119,581
    1028 Ethorse HORSE 1,775,435 0.017655 100,565,600
    626 Qwark QWARK 2,303,158 0.039899 57,724,993
    627 BitcoinZ BTCZ 2,976,853 0.001454 2,047,650,199
    628 Pirl PIRL 5,627,422 0.283039 19,882,142
    629 DopeCoin DOPE 2,374,015 0.020318 116,845,228
    630 Voise VOISE 2,175,268 0.00417 521,625,806
    1029 Hackspace Cap… HAC 2,699,518 0.008346 323,468,789
    631 Dero DERO 4,695,103 1.74 2,693,830
    632 Xaurum XAUR 5,237,447 0.041197 127,132,986
    633 Sumokoin SUMO 2,620,094 0.449248 5,832,177
    634 BitDice CSNO 3,437,420 0.049106 70,000,000
    635 Pesetacoin PTC 2,923,749 0.021739 134,492,664
    636 AidCoin AID 5,523,531 0.136689 40,409,478
    637 Monoeci XMCC 2,430,956 0.499408 4,867,676
    638 BlockCAT CAT 1,952,603 0.265295 7,360,121
    639 Cryptopay CPAY 2,552,225 0.037778 67,559,385
    640 Sether SETH 3,865,170 0.223485 17,294,985
    641 CryptoPing PING 2,017,587 0.20273 9,952,089
    642 ExclusiveCoin EXCL 2,130,181 0.459103 4,639,876
    643 COPYTRACK CPY 1,737,134 0.077749 22,342,937
    644 EuropeCoin ERC 2,711,121 0.268978 10,079,343
    645 Bitmark BTM 2,249,027 0.252764 8,897,733
    646 Neutron NTRN 2,630,864 0.072258 36,409,307
    647 Zeitcoin ZEIT 2,539,663 0.000069 36,971,208,091
    648 Opus OPT 1,719,699 0.012277 140,080,549
    649 Privatix PRIX 3,695,068 3.12 1,182,668
    650 ShareX SEXC 6,181,859 0.009577 645,515,075
    651 Education Eco… LEDU 2,527,430 0.011605 217,789,857
    652 Tracto TRCT 1,217,660 0.045244 26,912,941
    653 Mercury Protocol GMT 886,748 0.005207 170,309,625
    654 MaxCoin MAX 3,663,608 0.059623 61,445,805
    655 Vice Industry… VIT 3,178,996 0.013777 230,749,949
    656 Hydrogen HYDRO 9,007,219 0.002941 3,062,513,428
    657 SyncFab MFG 1,487,680 0.010847 137,157,590
    658 Internxt INXT 2,968,175 4.71 629,610
    659 Bonpay BON 2,013,083 0.178302 11,290,301
    660 SpreadCoin SPR 2,643,474 0.258713 10,217,784
    661 Quark QRK 1,985,825 0.00777 255,576,223
    662 Autonio NIO 1,512,863 0.022138 68,338,135
    663 Zephyr ZEPH 1,483,891 0.011778 125,990,535
    664 HEROcoin PLAY 2,888,906 0.024124 119,754,840
    665 AdShares ADST 3,795,862 0.195874 19,379,103
    666 VeriumReserve VRM 2,327,531 1.39 1,673,158
    667 Bullion CBX 1,873,315 1.84 1,015,936
    668 Sociall SCL 2,472,572 0.147934 16,714,020
    669 LOCIcoin LOCI 1,351,689 0.037014 36,518,110
    670 Bitcloud BTDX 1,891,031 0.080441 23,508,187
    671 Hush HUSH 1,833,441 0.442943 4,139,225
    672 Riecoin RIC 2,215,261 0.050825 43,586,300
    673 CannabisCoin CANN 1,735,832 0.022476 77,231,176
    674 Ixcoin IXC 2,627,819 0.125115 21,003,230
    1030 Xenon XNN 1,284,378 0.004281 300,000,000
    675 2GIVE 2GIVE 2,927,918 0.005637 519,365,621
    676 Verify CRED 1,111,593 0.082286 13,508,864
    677 Breakout BRK 1,942,432 0.102507 18,949,258
    678 Masari MSR 2,339,143 0.389341 6,007,955
    679 1World 1WO 4,050,066 0.196689 20,591,218
    1031 Starbase STAR 2,543,325 0.013564 187,500,000
    680 vTorrent VTR 1,861,316 0.160393 11,604,722
    681 Aigang AIX 1,359,632 0.065414 20,784,942
    682 Denarius DNR 1,721,738 0.563576 3,055,023
    1032 BunnyCoin BUN 1,599,633 0.000016 103,036,607,564
    683 GoldMint MNTP 1,169,307 0.610605 1,914,997
    684 Jiyo JIYO 674,181 0.017867 37,733,528
    685 Daneel DAN 1,607,049 0.047446 33,871,326
    686 DAO.Casino BET 4,107,402 0.024555 167,270,821
    687 PiplCoin PIPL 415,296 0.004977 83,444,258
    1033 E-coin ECN 2,150,617 6.14 350,363
    688 Monkey Project MONK 2,978,144 2.61 1,142,912
    689 Experty EXY 2,667,293 0.098466 27,088,352
    690 Lampix PIX 1,673,148 0.012364 135,322,017
    691 Elite 1337 1,813,895 0.000069 26,207,011,980
    1034 RussiaCoin RC 1,286,665 0.153579 8,377,873
    692 RefToken REF 1,665,654 2.27 732,429
    1035 Blockpool BPL 1,710,568 0.076728 22,293,890
    693 Iungo ING 2,111,352 0.052784 40,000,000
    694 FORCE FOR 1,686,287 0.013688 123,192,742
    695 Sharpe Platfo… SHP 3,089,557 0.179833 17,180,144
    696 Sprouts SPRTS 6,337,945 0.000000478 13,256,249,219,000
    1036 Origami ORI 698,394 0.165266 4,225,879
    697 AMLT Token AMLT 2,430,224 0.029042 83,679,916
    698 Creditbit CRB 1,106,465 0.066291 16,690,934
    1037 REAL REAL 3,323,508 0.330506 10,055,817
    1038 Ties.DB TIE 1,533,718 0.037626 40,761,740
    699 ZrCoin ZRC 4,644,614 1.19 3,907,503
    1039 EncryptoTel [… ETT 1,269,899 0.020439 62,131,190
    700 Maverick Chain MVC 1,899,156 0.018815 100,936,231
    701 Bezop BEZ 6,258,512 0.114552 54,634,684
    702 MyWish WISH 2,088,055 0.110918 18,825,212
    703 EverGreenCoin EGC 1,479,196 0.108596 13,621,093
    704 Primalbase Token PBT 3,852,463 3081.97 1,250
    705 DCORP DRP
    706 Karbo KRB 1,956,407 0.321874 6,078,175
    707 Upfiring UFR 2,421,332 0.144187 16,793,000
    708 TrakInvest TRAK 1,395,314 0.016991 82,123,158
    709 vSlice VSL 2,147,974 0.064329 33,390,496
    710 MicroMoney AMM 1,016,919 0.090991 11,176,031
    711 Pylon Network PYLNT 1,482,730 4.17 355,286
    712 CampusCoin CMPCO 1,799,745 0.004178 430,811,549
    713 Earth Token EARTH 708,666 0.003452 205,300,250
    714 HunterCoin HUC 1,164,156 0.050886 22,877,680
    715 Sense SENSE 4,526,500 0.029693 152,445,377
    716 Social Send SEND 2,448,657 0.076342 32,074,754
    1040 Goodomy GOOD 2,791,123 0.004498 620,508,777
    717 BlueCoin BLU 1,761,618 0.003065 574,683,675
    718 Altcoin ALT 2,029,189 16.47 123,175
    719 BioCoin BIO 4,991,123 0.007944 628,285,180
    720 Vezt VZT 1,685,566 0.032677 51,583,110
    721 Bitswift SWIFT 1,075,403 0.276835 3,884,635
    722 The Cypherfunks FUNK 843,399 0.000018 47,998,394,999
    723 AudioCoin ADC 1,649,578 0.001833 900,149,403
    724 Darcrus DAR 1,237,827 0.091014 13,600,388
    1041 Starta STA 2,836,443 0.545468 5,200,017
    725 XGOX XGOX 1,640,815 0.000699 2,346,430,978
    726 Graft GRFT 4,722,477 0.01663 283,976,807
    727 StarterCoin STAC 1,645,573 0.005827 282,407,189
    728 Sharechain SSS 1,910,292 0.000798 2,394,023,561
    729 TrustPlus TRUST 1,106,891 0.034497 32,086,595
    1042 LuckChain BASH
    730 Uniform Fisca… UFO 1,998,301 0.00055 3,630,740,012
    731 EventChain EVC 654,117 0.020931 31,250,497
    732 TeslaCoin TES 1,509,154 0.019949 75,649,484
    733 e-Gulden EFL 1,121,480 0.06668 16,818,956
    734 Rupaya RUPX 2,407,907 0.089439 26,922,337
    735 Tokenbox TBX 1,659,659 0.148718 11,159,772
    736 Crave CRAVE 1,960,200 0.127562 15,366,648
    737 Ace ACE 1,374,593 0.148641 9,247,741
    738 Rupee RUP ? 0.031858 ?
    1043 Carboncoin CARBON 1,099,928 0.000071 15,392,021,034
    739 Magi XMG 1,182,252 0.146515 8,069,153
    740 PutinCoin PUT 803,913 0.001841 436,650,693
    741 Vsync VSX 1,478,330 0.009207 160,559,294
    742 Terracoin TRC 1,925,245 0.083942 22,935,396
    743 TrezarCoin TZC 1,104,545 0.01154 95,718,600
    744 Hat.Exchange HAT 1,148,604 0.79102 1,452,054
    1044 Bowhead AHT 710,564 0.088821 8,000,000
    745 InPay INPAY 680,504 0.06805 10,000,000
    746 HireMatch HIRE 1,379,941 0.042989 32,099,708
    747 Sexcoin SXC 1,641,854 0.012896 127,311,045
    748 Qvolta QVT 589,925 0.082165 7,179,776
    749 Obsidian ODN 1,054,928 0.042197 25,000,000
    750 Creativecoin CREA 1,219,455 0.082176 14,839,641
    1045 Ethereum Movi… EMV 856,714 0.130464 6,566,666
    751 IncaKoin NKA 884,103 0.000057 15,495,278,277
    752 CryCash CRC 885,484 0.194542 4,551,636
    753 Ignition IC 1,252,884 1.83 685,096
    754 ChainCoin CHC 1,270,901 0.083112 15,291,449
    755 Interstellar … HOLD 2,053,993 0.003014 681,472,756
    756 GCN Coin GCN 1,216,942 0.000008 157,718,060,000
    757 Zero ZER 1,033,401 0.344172 3,002,570
    758 DigiPulse DGPT 2,037,445 0.900403 2,262,814
    759 Magnet MAG 960,880 0.033634 28,569,038
    760 808Coin 808 912,367 0.000008 120,289,458,033
    761 PeepCoin PCN 16,036,008 0.000955 16,787,500,416
    762 NobleCoin NOBL 1,144,268 0.000491 2,330,200,480
    763 IntenseCoin ITNS 1,016,289 0.00236 430,625,519
    764 Capricoin CPC 2,127,159 1.07 1,990,045
    765 Blitzcash BLITZ
    766 Linx LINX 644,967 0.024799 26,008,293
    767 eBitcoin EBTC 1,010,756 0.053487 18,897,126
    768 Ellaism ELLA 769,822 0.085281 9,026,868
    769 Chronologic DAY 900,713 1.26 713,956
    770 Condensate RAIN 1,157,355 0.00534 216,721,841
    771 Speed Mining … SMS 738,277 7.05 104,680
    772 EquiTrader EQT 564,279 0.052298 10,789,702
    773 BiblePay BBP 1,234,836 0.001779 693,965,651
    774 Bitzeny ZNY 753,108 0.00996 75,614,500
    775 BuzzCoin BUZZ 2,546,519 0.000129 19,799,704,151
    776 EtherSportz ESZ 851,344 0.172281 4,941,600
    777 STRAKS STAK 1,051,481 0.203501 5,166,958
    778 LatiumX LATX 9,482,312 0.114406 82,882,995
    779 BlitzPredict XBP 1,023,814 0.002911 351,706,612
    1046 Kobocoin KOBO 1,236,539 0.050062 24,700,248
    780 DigitalPrice DP 1,259,113 0.063654 19,780,674
    1047 FlypMe FYP 1,624,060 0.092074 17,638,681
    781 Anoncoin ANC 1,813,511 0.859355 2,110,317
    1048 LeafCoin LEAF
    782 imbrex REX 2,126,475 0.24553 8,660,756
    783 Indorse Token IND 2,082,610 0.056222 37,042,886
    784 FundYourselfNow FYN 756,903 0.816176 927,377
    785 MarteXcoin MXT 711,026 0.235071 3,024,728
    786 Yocoin YOC 4,201,389 0.037447 112,194,700
    787 KekCoin KEK 789,162 0.073659 10,713,716
    788 Tidex Token TDX 887,558 0.093427 9,499,999
    789 ProCurrency PROC 315,056 0.003192 98,705,286
    790 Canada eCoin CDN 933,147 0.009579 97,415,544
    1049 Fantasy Cash FANS 609,327 0.132402 4,602,101
    1050 Orbitcoin ORB 815,470 0.253203 3,220,616
    791 Ergo EFYT 1,323,609 3.33 397,300
    792 UnbreakableCoin UNB 769,491 0.33777 2,278,150
    793 Innova INN 670,628 0.181447 3,696,000
    794 Unitus UIS 722,053 0.012277 58,815,845
    795 SkinCoin SKIN 1,000,265 0.011343 88,183,483
    796 Coinlancer CL 1,417,639 0.020061 70,666,779
    797 Blocklancer LNC 955,303 0.007952 120,140,384
    798 Photon PHO 1,077,064 0.000046 23,446,547,171
    799 LiteDoge LDOGE 1,367,756 0.000091 15,028,139,049
    800 Nullex NLX 1,427,233 0.03526 40,477,042
    801 Tigereum TIG 747,734 0.050962 14,672,493
    802 SagaCoin SAGA 580,608 0.146104 3,973,936
    803 BitWhite BTW 1,100,593 0.030298 36,325,371
    1051 Universe UNI 709,213 0.02664 26,622,107
    804 Cryptonite XCN 569,698 0.001355 420,378,948
    1052 WorldCoin WDC 770,886 0.006445 119,606,941
    805 Onix ONX 669,623 0.006261 106,951,158
    806 Jesus Coin JC 962,234 0.000053 18,317,557,939
    1053 Ethbits ETBS 1,964,666 1.41 1,391,604
    807 Deutsche eMark DEM 724,961 0.018452 39,289,883
    808 SpeedCash SCS 71,215 0.134345 530,088
    809 Farad FRD 829,808 0.006138 135,186,394
    810 42-coin 42 995,084 23692.5 42
    811 Oceanlab OCL 448,632 0.009648 46,500,000
    812 onG.social ONG 1,309,696 0.040825 32,081,060
    813 ArcticCoin ARC
    814 VIVO VIVO 1,000,507 0.466602 2,144,240
    815 Vulcano VULC 725,016 0.000332 2,181,567,522
    816 Kzcash KZC
    817 WandX WAND 874,761 0.071443 12,244,135
    818 Bytecent BYC 1,053,840 0.481853 2,187,057
    819 Masternodecoin MTNC 742,692 0.014057 52,835,785
    820 Shekel JEW 896,773 0.008309 107,927,486
    821 Kolion KLN 570,287 0.814087 700,524
    822 Argentum ARG 1,020,893 0.105147 9,709,198
    823 Woodcoin LOG 276,518 0.034413 8,035,193
    824 ELTCOIN ELTCOIN 386,776 0.004298 90,000,000
    825 Numus NMS 608,219 0.2211 2,750,877
    1054 FlutterCoin FLT 553,664 0.001269 436,450,711
    826 Triaconta TRIA
    1055 SmileyCoin SMLY 942,871 0.000036 25,960,250,000
    827 Legends Room LGD
    1056 Shorty SHORTY
    828 Megacoin MEC 750,274 0.020169 37,199,175
    829 Escroco ESC 115,718 0.05371 2,154,500
    830 Fantomcoin FCN 1,071,302 0.147318 7,272,036
    831 Miners’ Rewar… MRT 945,438 0.094544 10,000,000
    832 MAZA MZC
    833 FLiK FLIK 1,532,571 0.02549 60,123,682
    1057 BitTokens BXT
    834 Bitdeal BDL 468,400 0.002668 175,583,793
    835 Dinastycoin DCY 612,079 0.000367 1,668,986,001
    1058 NEVERDIE NDC 832,607 0.020305 41,004,200
    836 bitJob STU 727,223 0.015137 48,043,991
    1059 UniCoin UNIC 558,690 0.184332 3,030,892
    1060 Version V 1,101,912 0.002184 504,536,159
    829 Fabric Token FT
    837 Digitalcoin DGC 956,224 0.032533 29,392,713
    838 Global Crypto… GCC 2,897,632 0.002821 1,027,284,860
    839 Galactrum ORE 1,872,156 1.19 1,572,883
    840 Bitsum BSM 340,478 0.000368 924,470,330
    841 TittieCoin TTC 310,860 0.000247 1,259,816,434
    1061 HitCoin HTC
    842 MCAP MCAP 494,780 0.047167 10,490,000
    1062 Renos RNS 921,365 0.027622 33,356,077
    1063 Commodity Ad … CDX 769,485 0.02364 32,550,000
    1064 FuckToken FUCK
    843 PetroDollar XPD 526,361 0.008225 63,993,275
    844 Embers MBRS 607,685 0.012154 50,000,000
    845 Equal EQL 493,862 0.001524 324,135,397
    846 Centra CTR
    1065 Monster Byte MBI 619,573 0.03683 16,822,736
    847 MagicCoin MAGE 1,591,989 0.2149 7,408,047
    1066 DeusCoin DEUS 463,835 0.041863 11,079,837
    848 Moin MOIN 478,040 0.06227 7,676,866
    1067 Bitpark Coin BPC
    849 Leviar XLC 276,290 0.02265 12,198,181
    850 PopularCoin POP 937,475 0.000246 3,818,168,333
    1068 BritCoin BRIT 401,793 0.018892 21,268,092
    851 NuShares NSR 1,022,988 0.000368 2,777,600,756
    852 Wild Crypto WILD 489,480 0.020083 24,373,456
    1069 Zennies ZENI 671,860 0.000671 1,000,812,836
    853 Fastcoin FST 500,850 0.003192 156,913,424
    1070 MetalCoin METAL 514,685 0.006691 76,925,527
    854 Zetacoin ZET 665,610 0.003957 168,231,956
    855 GreenMed GRMD 422,338 0.03683 11,467,373
    856 Growers Inter… GRWI 377,920 0.318452 1,186,742
    857 FujiCoin FJC 531,121 0.000405 1,310,942,755
    1071 Etheriya RIYA 827,497 0.523225 1,581,531
    1072 PlatinumBAR XPTX 919,549 0.899223 1,022,604
    858 Bata BTA 542,570 0.107909 5,028,031
    859 Ethereum Cash ECASH 340,139 0.024123 14,100,000
    1073 ICO OpenLedger ICOO 245,559 0.527006 465,952
    860 Sovereign Hero HERO 883,711 185.15 4,773
    861 Guncoin GUN 360,870 0.001657 217,741,528
    862 Bitradio BRO 555,767 0.085401 6,507,702
    1074 Machinecoin MAC 646,033 0.030139 21,435,250
    863 Octoin Coin OCC 120,010 0.295058 406,734
    864 Adzcoin ADZ 876,577 0.020018 43,789,652
    865 DraftCoin DFT 777,485 0.098307 7,908,771
    866 DROXNE DRXNE 187,747 0.002517 74,601,189
    1075 StarCredits STRC 559,350 0.1243 4,500,000
    1076 ShadowCash SDC
    1077 Piggycoin PIGGY 451,399 0.000921 490,257,731
    867 NetCoin NET 531,474 0.000675 787,126,712
    868 Startcoin START 392,888 0.008715 45,079,785
    869 DRP Utility DRPU
    1078 HoboNickels HBN 507,973 0.007918 64,151,405
    1079 I0Coin I0C 2,064,225 0.098335 20,991,808
    870 InsaneCoin INSN 416,554 0.020023 20,803,685
    1080 Opal OPAL 360,778 0.023816 15,148,282
    1081 BigUp BIGUP 328,900 0.000154 2,137,572,489
    871 AdCoin ACC 252,425 0.039023 6,468,672
    872 Authorship ATS 785,994 0.007862 99,971,428
    873 GanjaCoin MRJA
    874 Veros VRS 424,732 0.033215 12,787,240
    875 Skeincoin SKC 342,028 0.025597 13,362,303
    1082 Cream CRM 412,439 0.009143 45,108,749
    876 Jetcoin JET 457,917 0.067107 6,823,701
    877 Bitcoin Scrypt BTCS 373,912 0.021484 17,404,275
    1083 Triangles TRI 307,461 2.7 113,785
    1084 QubitCoin Q2C 458,344 0.001841 248,899,817
    878 Aerium AERM 468,339 0.004174 112,203,539
    879 Peerguess GUESS 97,187 0.004179 23,258,467
    880 Soma SCT 839,943 0.147011 5,713,467
    881 Happycoin HPC 466,983 0.032001 14,592,611
    882 Elementrem ELE 256,645 0.009821 26,131,780
    1085 Netko NETKO 380,578 0.067459 5,641,590
    1086 BlockPay BLOCKPAY
    883 Regalcoin REC 264,385 0.020657 12,799,009
    884 8Bit 8BIT 137,672 0.093793 1,467,841
    1087 Virtacoin VTA 126,211 0.000024 5,201,310,113
    885 Unify UNIFY 592,997 0.033201 17,860,831
    886 Suretly SUR 503,293 2.27 221,989
    887 Minereum MNE 309,842 0.097636 3,173,443
    888 BitBar BTB 370,326 9.82 37,707
    889 Emphy EPY 790,821 0.100194 7,892,898
    890 ArbitrageCT ARCT 375,756 0.004391 85,565,063
    1088 iTicoin ITI 376,118 11.75 32,000
    1089 Bit20 BTWTY 318,827 313806 1
    891 FirstCoin FRST 933,636 0.029917 31,207,528
    892 RouletteToken RLT 469,767 0.045976 10,217,772
    893 LanaCoin LANA 392,914 0.00043 914,438,463
    894 Qbic QBIC 409,281 0.183149 2,234,687
    895 Litecoin Plus LCP 204,873 0.132402 1,547,354
    896 OP Coin OPC 1,232,921 0.000797 1,547,812,855
    1090 Accelerator N… ACC 198,479 0.487392 407,227
    1091 Trollcoin TROLL 425,381 0.000739 575,693,599
    897 iEthereum IETH 330,297 0.018368 17,982,000
    1092 GAIA GAIA
    1093 UltraCoin UTC 214,084 0.004481 47,776,744
    898 Phoenixcoin PXC 367,746 0.005463 67,315,325
    1094 BTCtalkcoin TALK 392,755 0.006015 65,290,635
    899 CryptoCarbon CCRB 284,297 0.079811 3,562,111
    900 VoteCoin VOT 259,565 0.008223 31,564,250
    901 Sugar Exchange SGR 1,458,927 0.080889 18,036,133
    1095 EthBet EBET 120,480 0.014167 8,504,600
    902 InflationCoin IFLT 522,463 0.000012 44,790,092,020
    1096 eBitcoinCash EBCH
    903 Copico XCPO
    1097 Ultimate Secu… USC 153,008 0.014793 10,343,113
    1098 TagCoin TAG 290,931 0.045219 6,433,866
    904 Zlancer ZCG
    905 Centurion CNT 361,344 0.004653 77,663,826
    906 CrowdCoin CRC 175,673 0.061444 2,859,080
    1099 Aricoin ARI 285,346 0.001228 232,432,480
    1100 Bitgem BTG 294,951 4.83 61,072
    1101 Cashcoin CASH 292,645 0.006138 47,675,905
    1102 AquariusCoin ARCO 339,672 0.189549 1,791,999
    907 Elcoin EL 587,073 0.052375 *
    908 MojoCoin MOJO 194,443 0.01591 12,221,366
    1103 Intelligent T… ITT 357,589 0.036489 9,799,899
    1104 Truckcoin TRK 416,392 0.002148 193,815,702
    909 bitBTC BITBTC 327,401 6280.74 52
    910 Bitcoin Fast BCF 123,228 0.008225 14,981,645
    1105 Nyancoin NYAN 297,219 0.000921 322,805,606
    1106 BlazeCoin BLZ 261,869 0.00043 608,557,394
    1107 HOdlcoin HODL 262,283 0.001596 164,342,925
    1108 Dashcoin DSH 305,084 0.017359 17,574,970
    911 TrumpCoin TRUMP 323,486 0.049012 6,600,119
    1109 Synergy SNRG 307,284 0.081762 3,758,292
    912 CryptoInsight TKR 159,064 0.012695 12,529,747
    1110 KushCoin KUSH 201,965 0.036317 5,561,137
    1111 Halcyon HAL 343,875 0.05727 6,004,469
    913 WhaleCoin WHL 301,950 0.029893 10,100,920
    914 DigiCube CUBE 149,106 0.000061 2,429,126,009
    1112 IrishCoin IRL 215,610 0.006077 35,480,499
    1113 Tattoocoin (S… TSE 377,422 0.004174 90,421,856
    915 Pakcoin PAK 202,883 0.003572 56,793,700
    916 Senderon SDRN 224,816 0.005095 44,126,901
    1114 Scorecoin SCORE
    917 ERC20 ERC20 220,113 0.00014 1,574,741,156
    918 Billionaire T… XBL 387,647 0.118609 3,268,274
    1115 Prototanium PR 196,889 1 196,860
    919 Mao Zedong MAO 346,290 0.055244 6,268,335
    920 DaxxCoin DAXX 223,816 0.00043 520,891,780
    921 Crystal Clear CCT 222,032 0.042503 5,223,973
    1116 Joulecoin XJO 314,432 0.008712 36,092,355
    922 Bitcoin Red BTCRED 212,773 0.010354 20,550,001
    1117 bitSilver BITSILVER 427,547 19.64 21,764
    1118 Global Jobcoin GJC
    1119 TEKcoin TEK 260,395 0.000184 1,414,054,562
    1120 PayCoin XPY 240,418 0.020195 11,904,926
    923 PlusCoin PLC
    924 HomeBlockCoin HBC 67,521 0.013504 5,000,000
    925 SpaceCoin SPACE 144,657 0.006195 23,351,576
    1121 SmartCoin SMC 240,646 0.00976 24,656,790
    926 SuperCoin SUPER 201,653 0.004113 49,032,516
    1122 Motocoin MOTO 745,133 0.037934 19,642,673
    1123 Sterlingcoin SLG 147,604 0.034804 4,241,006
    1124 Granite GRN 130,448 0.003315 39,354,800
    1125 WavesGo WGO 183,513 0.020439 8,978,579
    927 C-Bit XCT 134,562 0.000854 157,625,875
    928 Bolivarcoin BOLI 132,786 0.012489 10,632,125
    1126 Chronos CRX
    929 Atomic Coin ATOM 193,073 0.011724 16,468,017
    930 Blakecoin BLC 241,120 0.013013 18,529,031
    931 CryptoEscudo CESC
    1127 Tigercoin TGC 200,430 0.004604 43,536,800
    1128 Flycoin FLY
    1129 Bitstar BITS 340,311 0.017505 19,440,364
    932 Cryptojacks CJ 224,217 0.000551 406,568,581
    1130 Impact IMX 168,827 0.001535 110,016,649
    1131 PureVidz VIDZ 332,477 0.002654 125,279,775
    933 Garlicoin GRLC 130,289 0.013463 9,677,751
    934 Tokugawa TOK 102,784 0.100606 1,021,644
    1132 Mineum MNM 174,927 0.018538 9,436,367
    935 Grimcoin GRIM 100,730 0.000557 180,927,937
    936 Desire DSR 92,992 0.031037 2,996,172
    937 Ethereum Gold ETG 179,594 0.014966 12,000,000
    1133 IslaCoin ISL 117,909 0.077894 1,513,704
    1134 Philosopher S… PHS 174,588 0.029029 6,014,340
    1135 PostCoin POST 188,294 0.011866 15,868,233
    938 Bitair BTCA 270,168 0.000386 700,000,000
    1136 CoinonatX XCXT 127,675 0.006741 18,940,159
    1137 Ccore CCO 102,009 0.070351 1,449,999
    1138 Manna MANNA 233,454 0.00313 74,579,828
    1139 Dix Asset DIX 1,191,910 0.000012 100,000,000,000
    1140 Evil Coin EVIL 215,160 0.010236 21,020,383
    939 TOKYO TOKC 190,488 0.001164 163,587,431
    1141 bitGold BITGOLD 271,007 1430.23 189
    1142 Bitz BITZ
    1143 SecureCoin SRC 173,986 0.020011 8,694,661
    940 Steneum Coin STN 127,805 0.045669 2,798,538
    1144 AmberCoin AMBER
    941 ParallelCoin DUO 183,741 0.583825 314,719
    1145 Cabbage CAB 25,136 0.002394 10,499,996
    1146 Bitcurrency BTCR 197,798 0.001166 169,598,616
    1147 Gapcoin GAP 190,178 0.014241 13,354,566
    942 ChessCoin CHESS 211,671 0.003917 54,032,769
    1148 iCoin ICN 129,763 0.004358 29,774,613
    1149 CannaCoin CCN 196,254 0.04174 4,701,807
    943 Titcoin TIT 150,081 0.003008 49,898,202
    1150 Polcoin PLC 77,024 0.000982 78,426,195
    1151 Eternity ENT 83,604 0.019274 4,337,611
    1152 Marscoin MARS 216,980 0.007673 28,279,074
    1153 Ratecoin XRA 194,695 0.00159 122,449,162
    1154 SproutsExtreme SPEX
    944 DigitalDevelo… DDF 108,763 0.02125 5,118,307
    1155 Emerald Crypto EMD 134,948 0.007059 19,117,129
    945 BriaCoin BRIA 312,315 0.4201 743,431
    1156 GoldBlocks GB 175,369 0.011272 15,558,075
    1157 Datacoin DTC 143,078 0.004481 31,930,440
    946 Rimbit RBT 358,446 0.001814 197,581,050
    947 Influxcoin INFX 133,531 0.079797 1,673,383
    948 X-Coin XCO 91,516 0.007389 12,384,976
    949 RevolverCoin XRE 150,349 0.006568 22,891,331
    950 RonPaulCoin RPC 112,349 0.1194 940,947
    951 LiteBar LTB 197,433 0.210849 936,372
    952 StrongHands SHND 8,921,343 0.00000047 18,984,246,847,200
    1158 Darsek KED 132,043 0.005893 22,407,851
    1159 PX PX
    1160 Coin(O) CNO 135,770 0.001289 105,327,221
    953 Fujinto NTO 81,481 0.001238 65,802,448
    1161 BERNcash BERN 144,294 0.002026 71,234,301
    1162 Xios XIOS
    954 Pascal Lite PASL 133,789 0.02664 5,022,100
    955 Prime-XI PXI 95,741 0.004533 21,122,900
    956 ChanCoin CHAN 126,567 0.013918 9,093,999
    1163 Quebecoin QBC 95,688 0.006138 15,588,776
    957 Golfcoin GOLF 234,314 0.000184 1,272,420,180
    958 CarTaxi Token CTX 197,662 0.00495 39,928,144
    959 LeaCoin LEA 141,406 0.000384 368,082,715
    1164 GlobalBoost-Y BSTY 208,474 0.014289 14,589,826
    1165 Signatum SIGT 96,394 0.000893 107,972,766
    960 Kubera Coin KBR 225,925 0.001974 114,423,294
    1166 ZoZoCoin ZZC 171,813 0.088268 1,946,488
    961 Catcoin CAT 110,728 0.016942 6,535,850
    1167 Sativacoin STV 133,250 0.018783 7,094,173
    1168 Freicoin FRC 152,776 0.004911 31,111,513
    1169 300 Token 300 138,127 460.42 300
    1170 Swing SWING 117,426 0.034681 3,385,865
    1171 RedCoin RED 90,979 0.001228 74,107,896
    1172 NevaCoin NEVA 144,986 0.04708 3,079,565
    1173 Coin2.1 C2 129,679 0.001657 78,245,975
    1174 Zurcoin ZUR 96,847 0.001105 87,653,034
    1175 Ammo Reloaded AMMO 130,660 0.00168 77,777,777
    1176 OctoCoin 888 116,401 0.002121 54,884,754
    962 ReeCoin REE
    963 Phantomx PNX 82,855 0.003179 26,062,673
    1177 Rubies RBIES 143,846 0.013811 10,415,252
    1178 Elacoin ELC
    1179 Mincoin MNC 105,099 0.02292 4,585,475
    1180 GlobalCoin GLC 292,026 0.004481 65,171,010
    1181 Digital Rupees DRS 63,610 0.000125 510,802,961
    1182 Nekonium NUKO 114,916 0.009576 12,000,829
    964 ParkByte PKB 109,015 0.022883 4,764,026
    965 MACRON MCRN 72,996 0.000182 401,421,401
    1183 SatoshiMadness MAD
    966 Ethereum Dark ETHD 76,329 0.050886 1,500,000
    1184 Quatloo QTL 100,921 0.013075 7,718,883
    1185 FinCoin FNC
    1186 VirtualCoin VC
    967 Helleniccoin HNC 144,564 0.002148 67,289,382
    968 Network Token NTWK 80,187 0.005143 15,592,810
    1187 Jin Coin JIN 78,258 0.007857 9,960,402
    969 EagleCoin EAGLE 113,850 0.054385 2,093,421
    1188 Yacoin YAC
    1189 Global Tour Coin GTC 66,044 0.00221 29,887,402
    1190 EcoCoin ECO 82,456 0.070899 1,163,014
    970 Digital Money… DMB 397,952 0.004669 85,240,900
    971 GlobalToken GLT 94,069 0.003363 27,971,200
    972 BROTHER BRAT 41,641 0.00026 160,000,000
    1191 SecretCoin SCRT 91,298 0.02159 4,228,672
    973 PayCon CON 61,497 0.002669 23,042,604
    974 Octanox OTX 151,308 0.017801 8,500,001
    975 Trident Group TRDT 39,222 0.036897 1,063,024
    1192 Kurrent KURT 131,836 0.002148 61,364,813
    1193 MustangCoin MST 105,542 0.167436 630,343
    1194 Bitcoin Planet BTPL 62,650 0.009207 6,804,362
    1195 Advanced Inte… AIB 114,760 0.00356 32,234,319
    976 Neuro NRO 69,842 0.001289 54,181,927
    1196 Joincoin J 153,039 0.048922 3,128,235
    1197 Crypto CTO 157,121 0.011433 13,742,738
    1198 Abjcoin ABJ 56,315 0.006813 8,265,187
    977 BumbaCoin BUMBA 132,840 0.00577 23,022,694
    1199 Visio VISIO 56,471 0.001105 51,110,045
    1200 Firecoin FIRE
    978 BitCoal COAL 40,763 0.009059 4,500,000
    1201 TajCoin TAJ 86,194 0.008962 9,617,877
    1202 SixEleven 611 100,169 0.222941 449,305
    1203 Shadow Token SHDW 29,190 0.00417 7,000,000
    1204 BitQuark BTQ 55,808 0.005402 10,331,713
    1205 HempCoin HMP
    1206 SoonCoin SOON 69,614 0.005586 12,462,620
    979 Dalecoin DALC 80,706 0.172498 467,867
    1207 Acoin ACOIN 98,333 0.080595 1,220,085
    1208 Bitcoin 21 XBTC21 76,029 0.095863 793,108
    1209 BoostCoin BOST 120,074 0.010128 11,855,487
    1210 Honey HONEY 39,581 0.086808 455,955
    980 Beatcoin XBTS 81,048 0.053157 1,524,686
    981 LiteBitcoin LBTC 44,996 0.001555 28,940,333
    982 bitEUR BITEUR 141,093 1.31 107,706
    1211 GuccioneCoin GCC 36,110 0.00178 20,285,537
    1212 Dollarcoin DLC 58,449 0.006418 9,106,714
    1213 ZetaMicron ZMC 73,701 0.000123 600,344,291
    983 High Voltage HVCO 71,722 0.048001 1,494,171
    984 PoSToken POS 40,911 0.04039 1,012,910
    1214 YENTEN YTN 88,985 0.010894 8,168,378
    1215 Bankcoin B@ 68,604 0.006666 10,291,781
    985 Theresa May Coin MAY 91,880 0.00188 48,865,200
    1216 Money $$$ 50,700 0.001105 45,887,218
    1217 SOILcoin SOIL 73,151 0.012829 5,702,048
    1218 Eurocoin EUC 70,119 0.005647 12,416,554
    1219 Coinonat CXT 35,464 0.004113 8,623,200
    1220 GoldPieces GP 59,508 0.04877 1,220,161
    1221 CompuCoin CPN 43,345 0.00221 19,615,019
    1222 Solarflarecoin SFC 60,517 0.004297 14,083,450
    1223 Eryllium ERY 90,859 0.007238 12,552,178
    1224 BenjiRolls BENJI 51,024 0.002516 20,276,099
    1225 GameUnits UNITS
    986 CacheCoin CACH 50,986 0.012154 4,195,132
    1226 Roofs ROOFS 39,899 0.000307 130,000,000
    987 ExchangeN EXN 31,305 0.006138 5,100,000
    1227 Allion ALL 56,354 0.00909 6,199,359
    1228 Flaxscript FLAX 36,585 0.006507 5,622,768
    1229 Comet CMT 41,398 0.04743 872,830
    1230 Debitcoin DBTC 66,641 0.003702 17,999,629
    1231 Metal Music Coin MTLMC3
    988 AmsterdamCoin AMS 77,038 0.001535 50,201,886
    989 FUNCoin FUNC 50,473 0.00863 5,848,581
    990 HiCoin XHI 2,380,597 0.000537 4,434,602,828
    991 Pioneer Coin PCOIN 37,848 0.013136 2,881,235
    1232 GlassCoin GLS 16,949 0.005498 3,082,639
    1233 Bolenum BLN 34,988 0.003499 10,000,000
    992 Virta Unique … VUC 38,999 0.00063 61,938,500
    993 Newbium NEWB
    1234 AgrolifeCoin AGLC
    1235 AllSafe ASAFE2 34,506 0.004208 8,200,310
    1236 Marijuanacoin MAR 45,168 0.027684 1,631,601
    994 BipCoin BIP 45,348 0.027868 1,627,261
    1237 Kronecoin KRONE 28,599 0.004051 7,059,364
    1238 WARP WARP
    1239 Gold Pressed … GPL 42,121 0.164198 256,527
    1240 FuzzBalls FUZZ 51,265 0.010614 4,829,945
    1241 StarCash Network STARS 117,844 0.122765 959,914
    995 VapersCoin VPRC 47,886 0.000061 780,124,964
    1242 Madcoin MDC
    1243 Californium CF 49,566 0.020256 2,446,961
    1244 SongCoin SONG 43,977 0.00135 32,565,300
    1245 JavaScript Token JS 34,660 0.004337 7,991,996
    1246 Uro URO
    1247 Useless Ether… UET 53,240 0.013425 3,965,716
    1248 QuazarCoin QCN 109,456 0.015345 7,133,042
    1249 Creatio XCRE 29,090 0.001418 20,520,514
    1250 Shilling SH
    1251 Asiadigicoin ADCN 28,462 0.001142 24,931,054
    1252 Blackstar BSTAR
    1253 ICOBID ICOB 32,855 0.000307 107,048,455
    1254 Bitcedi BXC
    1255 BnrtxCoin BNX 32,070 0.000982 32,654,001
    1256 Veltor VLT 29,324 0.05285 554,855
    1257 BitAsean BAS 49,583 0.009917 5,000,000
    1258 DAPPSTER DLISK
    1259 HealthyWormCoin WORM 35,415 0.000307 115,390,940
    1260 Pulse PULSE
    996 Cannation CNNC 16,268 0.006568 2,476,893
    1261 Printerium PRX
    1262 Jewels JWL
    1263 Independent M… IMS 24,128 0.004494 5,368,934
    1264 Dreamcoin DRM 26,448 0.010663 2,480,250
    1265 Ride My Car RIDE
    997 Master Swiscoin MSCN 42,641 0.000945 45,143,320
    1266 MindCoin MND
    1267 Slevin SLEVIN 34,374 0.000491 70,000,000
    1268 ARbit ARB 23,163 0.002824 8,203,320
    1269 BowsCoin BSC 7,836 0.001412 5,550,102
    1270 Royal Kingdom… RKC 12,927 0.004788 2,700,000
    1271 MiloCoin MILO 22,870 0.00212 10,789,954
    1272 Luna Coin LUNA 26,613 0.015596 1,706,429
    1273 Steps STEPS
    1274 BiosCrypto BIOS
    1275 Interzone ITZ 20,023 0.00755
    1276 PonziCoin PONZI 52,804 0.061321 861,099
    1277 VIP Tokens VIP
    1278 VectorAI VEC2 21,148 0.001212 17,444,354
    1279 KingN Coin KNC 21,694 10.8 2,009
    1280 Cthulhu Offer… OFF
    1281 GBCGoldCoin GBC
    1282 Artex Coin ATX 6,348 0.000338 18,781,750
    1283 PIECoin PIE 18,996 0.001719 11,052,595
    1284 PlayerCoin PLACO 25,869 0.000737 35,120,000
    1285 LetItRide LIR 20,085 0.000536 37,436,854
    1286 ImpulseCoin IMPS
    998 GeertCoin GEERT 26,558 0.005216 5,091,200
    1287 LiteCoin Ultra LTCU 21,547 0.020893 1,031,300
    1288 BOAT BOAT 78,695 0.001105 71,224,005
    1289 Iconic ICON 26,240 0.044257 592,894
    1290 Litecred LTCR 22,333 0.000739 30,227,750
    1291 OsmiumCoin OS76
    1292 JobsCoin JOBS 57,790 0.000545 106,019,270
    1293 RSGPcoin RSGP
    1294 Destiny DES
    1295 CryptoWorldX … CWXT
    1296 Wild Beast Block WBB 9,570 0.052605 181,919
    1297 Zonecoin ZNE
    999 Credence Coin CRDNC 16,618 0.004849 3,427,006
    1298 TAGRcoin TAGR
    1299 PLNcoin PLNC 16,784 0.000982 17,089,600
    1300 Zayedcoin ZYD 22,318 0.003574 6,243,840
    1301 PosEx PEX 14,149 0.005767 2,453,240
    1302 AnarchistsPrime ACP 12,679 0.002885 4,394,874
    1303 Save and Gain SANDG 10,159 0.003315 3,064,800
    1304 Bitvolt VOLT 10,185 0.000614 16,588,056
    1305 Elysium ELS 42,116 0.003313 12,713,940
    1000 Argus ARGUS 10,009 0.008716 1,148,324
    1001 Rawcoin XRC 6,014 0.008532 704,882
    1002 PRCoin PRC 10,934 0.000491 22,266,200
    1306 BioBar BIOB 4,893 0.005524 885,756
    1003 Dollar Online DOLLAR 11,382 0.0151 753,776
    1004 WomenCoin WOMEN 8,160 0.000185 44,220,400
    1005 CrevaCoin CREVA 4,468 0.000123 36,390,750
    1307 iBank IBANK 6,971 0.00154 4,526,324
    1308 SocialCoin SOCC 6,716 0.004849 1,384,879
    1309 Selfiecoin SLFI
    1006 Coimatic 3.0 CTIC3 4,844 0.002144 2,259,512
    1310 P7Coin P7C
    1007 GeyserCoin GSR 34,259 0.731032 46,864
    1311 Project-X NANOX 3,705 47333.9 0.078264
    1008 Coupecoin COUPE 13,188 0.00006 218,281,462
    1312 NodeCoin NODC
    1009 Vault Coin VLTC 3,730 0.000123 30,385,540
    1313 Concoin CONX 4,386 0.005893 744,266
    1314 Coimatic 2.0 CTIC2 4,984 0.000368 13,532,750
    1010 Ulatech ULA 2,813 0.013197 213,187
    1011 Magnum MGM 2,392 0.000552 4,330,391
    1012 HarmonyCoin HMC 2,705 0.00482 561,235
    1013 CaliphCoin CALC
    1315 LevoPlus LVPS 1,638 0.000798 2,052,712
    1316 Tristar Coin TSTR 926 0.000184 5,027,857
    1317 FuturXe FXE 14 0.000062 235,421
    1014 PizzaCoin PIZZA
    1318 Ebittree Coin EBT
    1319 POLY AI AI 280 0.000123 2,281,981
    709 0xBitcoin 0xBTC 2,612,939 0.908193 2,877,075
    486 The Abyss ABYSS 7,449,868 0.035566 209,468,948
    1442 AC3 AC3 ? 0.147882 ?
    249 APIS APIS 23,585,785 0.005341 4,416,350,572
    615 APR Coin APR 4,186,476 1.6 2,611,862
    889 Advanced Tech… ARC 597,031 0.024016 24,859,715
    1392 Aston ATX ? 0.072247 ?
    656 Travala AVA 3,433,027 0.126091 27,226,583
    1492 Bank Coin BANK ? 0.020931 ?
    1395 TraDove B2BCoin BBC ? 0.019955 ?
    716 Bigbom BBO 2,523,877 0.008508 296,651,352
    1443 BlockMesh BMH ? 0.010312 ?
    1404 Bankera BNK ? 0.004345 ?
    806 BoutsPro BOUTS 1,254,903 0.016379 76,615,188
    1487 BitSoar BSR ? 0.000184 ?
    1429 Bittwatt BWT ? 0.015668 ?
    1356 Bezant BZNT ? 0.085066 ?
    1448 Cazcoin CAZ ? 0.02485 ?
    1385 CashBet Coin CBC ? 0.248933 ?
    378 CEEK VR CEEK 11,487,426 0.042446 270,635,598
    624 Colu Local Ne… CLN 3,996,903 0.037822 105,676,960
    469 Callisto Network CLO 8,196,292 0.02298 356,670,689
    1470 ContractNet CNET ? 0.299889 ?
    1340 Content Neutr… CNN ? 0.002672 ?
    1414 Couchain COU ? 0.000162 ?
    240 Cryptaur CPT 24,801,303 0.003612 6,866,667,199
    1357 Cybereits CRE ? 0.02255 ?
    309 Constellation DAG 17,325,340 0.029509 587,130,485
    1387 Dascoin DASC ? 0.193667 ?
    559 Digitex Futures DGTX 5,224,149 0.007463 700,000,000
    1437 Digix Gold Token DGX ? 42.61 ?
    879 DCORP Utility DRPU 702,191 0.1989 3,530,373
    870 Datarius Credit DTRC 753,487 0.005898 127,756,071
    866 EBCH EBCH 771,724 0.083111 9,285,500
    178 Endor Protocol EDR 38,916,412 0.111291 349,681,577
    1348 EduCoin EDU ? 0.00166 ?
    1379 Engine EGCC ? 0.002351 ?
    1401 EJOY EJOY ? 0.003714 ?
    1444 Ether Zero ETZ ? 0.312991 ?
    233 Eximchain EXC 26,319,243 0.391036 67,306,444
    623 Faceter FACE 4,043,473 0.00875 462,109,112
    777 FantasyGold FGC 1,645,188 0.25279 6,508,122
    694 FundRequest FND 2,857,403 0.091126 31,356,553
    923 Fitrova FRV 336,006 0.000047 7,109,455,550
    266 FuzeX FXT 21,873,131 0.02995 730,326,443
    473 DAOstack GEN 7,905,034 0.224089 35,276,316
    780 Parkgene GENE 1,624,636 0.005807 279,760,863
    260 GINcoin GIN 22,777,714 11.62 1,959,626
    1393 GoChain GO ? 0.025033 ?
    1355 Global Social… GSC ? 0.057551 ?
    494 HeroNode HER 7,228,055 0.015961 452,857,303
    1482 Hero HERO ? 0.097896 ?
    698 Hurify HUR 2,801,773 0.025032 111,926,311
    1380 Intelligent I… IIC ? 0.00324 ?
    1384 Influence Chain INC ? 0.160807 ?
    1366 InsurChain INSUR ? 0.00187 ?
    713 Invacio INV 2,540,030 0.053455 47,517,612
    57 IOST IOST 198,154,320 0.02359 8,400,000,000
    199 IoTeX IOTX 34,114,129 0.029897 1,141,040,005
    1425 Ivy IVY ? 0.084723 ?
    1354 Libra Credit LBA ? 0.103587 ?
    256 LGO Exchange LGO 23,015,684 0.192285 119,695,679
    520 Loki LOKI 6,213,459 0.309234 20,093,064
    1373 Level Up Coin LUC ? 0.00926 ?
    593 Local World F… LWF 4,572,177 0.048554 94,167,623
    293 LoyalCoin LYL 18,777,658 0.003806 4,934,048,956
    892 MAZA MAZA 583,018 0.000552 1,055,345,280
    1446 MediBloc [ERC20] MEDX ? 0.007871 ?
    881 More Coin MORE 691,552 0.345776 2,000,000
    637 Morpheus Network MORPH 3,836,106 0.135042 28,406,766
    1345 Merculet MVP ? 0.008971 ?
    785 Naviaddress NAVI 1,583,323 0.006528 242,550,845
    1407 Nectar NEC ? 0.378749 ?
    194 NKN NKN 35,162,819 0.229309 153,342,515
    654 NPER NPER 3,439,353 0.068876 49,935,730
    1374 Nexty NTY ? 0.000694 ?
    418 Shivom OMX 10,055,070 0.02007 501,000,002
    1516 Utrum OOT ? 0.109666 ?
    1365 Open Platform OPEN ? 0.121483 ?
    1352 PCHAIN PAI ? 0.080952 ?
    472 PolicyPal Net… PAL 8,008,260 0.022182 361,018,638
    493 Patron PAT 7,251,360 0.03022 239,954,716
    475 PikcioChain PKC 7,881,948 0.187699 41,992,488
    1433 Paymon PMNT ? 0.002327 ?
    1457 Powercoin PWR ? 0.000002 ?
    180 QuarkChain QKC 38,361,360 0.107325 357,431,729
    519 RED RED 6,219,330 0.047841 130,000,009
    1440 REPO REPO ? 0.088003 ?
    1411 SalPay SAL ? 0.044995 ?
    1347 Seele SEELE ? 0.205793 ?
    1344 Super Game Chain SGCC ? 0.002025 ?
    849 Signals Network SGN 942,812 0.011019 85,563,914
    672 Oyster Shell SHL 3,116,578 0.036799 84,692,607
    1434 Shopin SHOP ? 0.012282 ?
    429 Sakura Bloom SKB 9,671,474 0.003744 2,582,965,294
    1341 Skrumble Network SKM ? 0.024988 ?
    432 Silent Notary SNTR 9,599,484 0.000116 82,932,191,711
    396 Phantasma SOUL 10,819,769 0.185483 58,332,939
    1427 SPINDLE SPD ? 0.009206 ?
    453 Smartshare SSP 8,886,140 0.003231 2,749,934,937
    420 Switcheo SWTH 9,991,309 0.019115 522,694,673
    820 TokenStars TEAM 1,128,633 0.113936 9,905,850
    729 Tokia TKA 2,305,600 0.054719 42,135,421
    1369 TRAXIA TMT ? 0.023629 ?
    1351 Tripio TRIO ? 0.012145 ?
    578 BitTube TUBE 4,818,931 0.078888 61,085,499
    504 Unibright UBT 6,571,355 0.05 131,427,622
    860 United Crypto… UCOM 807,866 0.626143 1,290,226
    1359 Sentinel Prot… UPP ? 0.064771 ?
    1441 Rhenium XRH ? 0.067766 ?
    1376 XMax XMX ? 0.002494 ?
    1449 XYO Network XYO ? 0.003314 ?
    1338 ZIP ZIP ? 0.003769 ?
    521 Zippie ZIPT 6,211,744 0.036603 169,705,413
    1594 Bytecoin BCN 532,090,785 0.002894 183,890,481,254
    1596 Farstcoin FRCT
    1595 Vcash XVC ? ? 15,436,877
    1453 CryptopiaFeeS… CEFS ? 854.33 ?
    1434 Internet of T… XOT ? 153.46 ?
    1375 WETH WETH ? 469.19 ?
    1493 SuperNET UNITY ? 68.05 ?
    1455 Bitcoin God GOD ? 13.89 ?
    1592 BT2 [CST] BT2 ? 7.68 ?
    1443 Alphabit ABC ? 24.73 ?
    1336 Lightning Bit… LBTC ? 17.72 ?
    1353 Aidos Kuneen ADK ? 19.12 ?
    1359 Super Bitcoin SBTC ? 6.13 ?
    1356 United Bitcoin UBTC ? 5.61 ?
    1351 Filecoin [Fut… FIL ? 6.86 ?
    1342 FuturoCoin FTO
    1381 Bitcoin Interest BCI 48,438,341 2.64 18,326,892
    1344 Monero Classic XMC ? 3.87 ?
    1371 Monero Original XMO ? 4 ?
    1401 MOAC MOAC 144,491,747 4.03 35,897,055
    1492 TerraNova TER ? 2.23 ?
    1341 Fargocoin FRGC ? 0.911541 ?
    1366 Exchange Union XUC ? 5.22 ?
    1361 Tezos (Pre-La… XTZ ? 3.88 ?
    1325 ATMCoin ATMC ? 3.79 ?
    1489 Tattoocoin (L… TLE ? 1.56 ?
    1339 Loopring [NEO] LRN ? 0.856126 ?
    1352 BigONE Token BIG ? 1.88 ?
    1516 STEX STEX ? 1.35 ?
    1333 IPChain IPC ? 0.469468 ?
    1451 TeslaCoilCoin TESLA ? 2.05 ?
    1320 CK USD CKUSD ? 0.951854 ?
    1474 SONO SONO
    1405 SegWit2x B2X ? 0.465506 ?
    1503 Storjcoin X SJCX ? 0.715904 ?
    1354 Dragon Coins DRG ? 0.175543 ?
    1460 Macro MCR
    1400 COMSA [XEM] CMS ? 0.254638 ?
    1387 COMSA [ETH] CMS ? 0.255505 ?
    1446 ClubCoin CLUB ? 0.288989 ?
    1498 Qora QORA
    1345 Molecular Future MOF ? 0.256424 ?
    1418 TechShares THS
    1388 WINCOIN WC ? 0.36498 ?
    1385 Rublix RBLX ? 0.238905 ?
    1461 United Trader… UTT ? 0.254404 ?
    1555 Ethereum Lite ELITE ? 0.267075 ?
    1433 PHI Token PHI 1,743,821 0.348946 4,997,395
    1367 PressOne PRS ? 0.268932 ?
    1526 Topaz Coin TOPAZ
    1335 Dignity DIG ? 0.098155 ?
    1420 BelugaPay BBI 1,004,805 0.203054 4,948,463
    1469 ACChain ACC ? 0.184148 ?
    1424 TokenDesk TDS 798,564 0.077694 10,278,325
    1408 Cropcoin CROP ? 0.008788 ?
    1382 Plancoin PLAN 463,864 0.084769 5,472,115
    1410 Bela BELA ? 0.035646 ?
    1593 Decentralized… DML ? 0.018483 ?
    1551 DeltaCredits DCRE
    1449 First Bitcoin… BITCF ? 0.072861 ?
    1377 Fidelium FID 3,910,622 0.035049 111,574,590
    1329 eosDAC EOSDAC 71,421,027 0.10809 660,755,177
    1585 Omicron OMC ? 0.105883 ?
    1370 HalalChain HLC ? 0.102993 ?
    1327 DAEX DAX 30,124,349 0.081351 370,300,000
    1508 Magnetcoin MAGN ? 0.059725 ?
    1422 WCOIN WIN 261,248 0.073194 3,569,267
    1326 Kcash KCASH ? 0.083279 ?
    1403 Etherecash ECH ? 0.02044 ?
    1322 TrustNote TTT ? 0.053963 ?
    1396 Sphre AIR XID ? 0.129449 ?
    1334 ChatCoin CHAT ? 0.047783 ?
    1569 CryptCoin CRYPT ? 0.088391 ?
    1523 CORION COR ? 0.056472 ?
    1464 Harvest Maste… HC 125,505 0.052744 2,379,509
    1330 StarChain STC ? 0.034749 ?
    1338 Acute Angle C… AAC ? 0.053397 ?
    1386 Transcodium TNS 515,971 0.014667 35,179,544
    1332 CoinMeet MEET ? 0.028636 ?
    1470 Sparks SPK ? 0.131127 ?
    1389 ConnectJob CJT 875,150 0.007756 112,839,768
    1442 EDRCoin EDRC ? 0.097276 ?
    1337 iQuant IQT ? 0.041046 ?
    1360 VeriME VME 3,264,978 0.022669 144,025,770
    1392 Live Stars LIVE 975,307 0.024553 39,722,531
    1467 Atmos ATMOS 3,561,978 0.035418 100,570,576
    1496 Nitro NOX 727,917 0.101258 7,188,734
    1444 Golos Gold GBG ? 0.0368 ?
    1363 Electronic PK… EPC ? 0.044483 ?
    1395 Crowd Machine CMCT 17,739,999 0.039648 447,440,800
    1373 ValueChain VLC ? 0.044389 ?
    1357 SelfSell SSC 15,508,896 0.039766 390,000,000
    1411 Pabyosi Coin … PCS ? 0.048416 ?
    1374 MARK.SPACE MRK 6,902,590 0.029236 236,101,413
    1490 HODL Bucks HDLB ? 0.026824 ?
    1378 Morpheus Labs MITX 3,921,455 0.02221 176,560,198
    1539 Smoke SMOKE ? 0.031647 ?
    1436 President Joh… GARY ? 0.027745 ?
    1440 BetterBetting BETR 10,138,066 0.065518 154,738,285
    1429 Hade Platform HADE
    1480 AvatarCoin AV ? 0.039592 ?
    1398 InvestDigital IDT ? 0.036082 ?
    1468 ERA ERA ? 0.0074 ?
    1346 TopChain TOPC ? 0.01912 ?
    1407 Arbitracoin ATC ? 0.006998 ?
    1394 UnlimitedIP UIP ? 0.02064 ?
    1597 StarCoin KST ? 0.010791 ?
    1447 MIRQ MRQ
    1413 BrahmaOS BRM 10,220,385 0.016504 619,267,130
    1512 EncryptoTel [… ETT ? 0.015966 ?
    1343 RealChain RCT ? 0.024155 ?
    1500 Francs FRN ? 0.013895 ?
    1328 Maggie MAG ? 0.008496 ?
    1397 BlockCDN BCDN ? 0.015071 ?
    1321 Content and A… CAN ? 0.013222 ?
    1415 Amon AMN 745,641 0.005897 126,440,558
    1488 Musiconomi MCI 657,766 0.023755 27,689,568
    1323 MyToken MT ? 0.014284 ?
    1390 Qube QUBE ? 0.01908 ?
    1423 Budbo BUBO ? 0.020606 ?
    1542 Dashs DASHS
    1483 Zilbercoin ZBC 482,597 0.065679 *
    1342 AWARE AWR
    1355 FairGame FAIR ? 0.013626 ?
    1521 First Bitcoin BIT ? 0.009576 ?
    1431 Cloud CLD ? 0.030065 ?
    1527 EggCoin EGG ? 0.012897 ?
    1399 Biotron BTRN 985,003 0.031877 30,900,316
    1574 ShellCoin SHELL ? 0.023433 ?
    1414 Consensus SEN ? 0.015333 ?
    1570 Hyper HYPER ? 0.012246 ?
    1438 Friendz FDZ 7,848,824 0.015417 509,111,795
    1457 EA Coin EAG ? 0.003131 ?
    1347 Aditus ADI 4,523,327 0.019321 234,110,888
    1421 ENTCash ENT ? 0.024932 ?
    1365 Read READ ? 0.008839 ?
    1409 B2Bcoin BBC
    1324 Penta PNT ? 0.010482 ?
    1531 PROUD Money PROUD ? 0.015649 ?
    1590 SIGMAcoin SIGMA ? 0.004722 ?
    1364 Docademic MTC 91,915,524 0.318195 288,865,393
    1391 Curriculum Vitae CVH ? 0.009208 ?
    1479 PlexCoin PLX ? 0.005524 ?
    1380 Hyper Pay HPY ? 0.012115 ?
    1369 Gems GEM 9,863,048 0.008605 1,146,193,025
    1348 BitcoinX BCX ? 0.010087 ?
    1458 ZenGold ZENGOLD ? 0.011637 ?
    1462 KlondikeCoin KDC ? 0.009453 ?
    1439 MSD MSD ? 0.003867 ?
    1416 Nebula AI NBAI 7,333,025 0.006307 1,162,684,117
    1445 President Trump PRES ? 0.012726 ?
    1481 ZSEcoin ZSE ? 0.006343 ?
    1427 Animecoin ANI ? 0.006998 ?
    1477 Minex MINEX ? 0.005402 ?
    1576 Axiom AXIOM ? 0.007796 ?
    1558 Bubble BUB ? 0.005033 ?
    1482 Indicoin INDI ? 0.014118 ?
    1358 StockChain SCC ? 0.005003 ?
    1383 Infinity Econ… XIN ? 0.008983 ?
    1501 GOLD Reward T… GRX ? 0.004137 ?
    1368 KEY KEY ? 0.005713 ?
    1390 Freyrchain FREC
    1452 WA Space WA ? 0.004235 ?
    1379 CFun CFUN 4,301,941 0.010018 429,429,737
    1587 netBit NBIT
    1573 TrickyCoin TRICK
    1589 Aseancoin ASN ? 0.004513 ?
    1541 SISA SISA ? 0.006765 ?
    1331 Noah Coin NOAH ? 0.003308 ?
    1426 GameChain System GCS ? 0.003748 ?
    1441 Titanium Bloc… BAR
    1456 Lendroid Supp… LST ? 0.003929 ?
    1534 BetaCoin BET ? 0.003008 ?
    1419 Animation Vis… AVH ? 0.004719 ?
    1545 BitSerial BTE ? 0.002784 ?
    1402 Jingtum Tech SWTC ? 0.004699 ?
    1499 ANRYZE RYZ
    1485 EtherDelta Token EDT ? 0.001252 ?
    1543 LandCoin LDCN ? 0.002271 ?
    1428 Peculium PCL 5,158,420 0.004707 1,095,999,382
    1372 OceanChain OC ? 0.00237 ?
    1581 RichCoin RICHX ? 0.003035 ?
    1571 Quotient XQN ? 0.002455 ?
    1549 WeAreSatoshi WSX 1,248,368 0.050886 24,532,587
    1340 Show SHOW ? 0.002299 ?
    1476 DavorCoin DAV
    1497 MarxCoin MARX ? 0.001353 ?
    1514 BTCMoon BTCM ? 0.003185 ?
    1556 Fazzcoin FAZZ
    1406 Pixie Coin PXC ? 0.002054 ?
    1430 StrikeBitClub SBC ? 0.000859 ?
    1535 RoyalCoin ROYAL
    1507 Sakuracoin SKR ? 0.001841 ?
    1572 Sharkcoin SAK ? 0.002744 ?
    1565 UGAIN GAIN ? 0.002271 ?
    1530 BestChain BEST
    1532 Cubits QBT ? 0.002026 ?
    1529 Akuya Coin AKY ? 0.002455 ?
    1432 Bastonet BSN ? 0.000061 ?
    1518 BlazerCoin BLAZR ? 0.001254 ?
    1557 Pirate Blocks SKULL
    1544 NEO GOLD NEOG ? 0.000901 ?
    1506 CoffeeCoin CFC ? 0.001535 ?
    1384 Superior Coin SUP ? 0.000614 ?
    1505 Cyder CYDER ? 0.001044 ?
    1584 SportsCoin SPORT
    1349 BitStation BSTN 2,246,051 0.000793 2,831,685,603
    1554 Opescoin OPES
    1580 Operand OP
    1591 eREAL EREAL
    1520 TopCoin TOP ? 0.000982 ?
    1350 OFCOIN OF ? 0.000863 ?
    1376 LightChain LIGHT ? 0.000869 ?
    1575 Cycling Coin CYC
    1582 PrismChain PRM ? 0.001044 ?
    1513 Donationcoin DON ? 0.000737 ?
    1447 Safe Trade Coin XSTC 120,370 0.000368 326,829,322
    1577 Fonziecoin FONZ
    1522 Wi Coin WIC ? 0.000614 ?
    1393 AlpaCoin APC
    1404 Stellite XTL 1,098,562 0.000368 2,982,832,499
    1547 Bitbase BTBc ? 0.000552 ?
    1550 DarkLisk DISK
    1536 SHACoin SHA ? 0.000368 ?
    1412 SnipCoin SNIP ? 0.000491 ?
    1563 DynamicCoin DMC ? 0.000313 ?
    1586 Lazaruscoin LAZ
    1538 Levocoin LEVO ? 0.000368 ?
    1509 UR UR ? 0.000614 ?
    1559 FutCoin FUTC
    1519 Huncoin HNC ? 0.000617 ?
    1510 GoldMaxCoin GMX ? 0.000533 ?
    1552 FAPcoin FAP ? 0.000552 ?
    1515 Wink WINK ? 0.000467 ?
    1471 Regacoin REGA ? 0.000307 ?
    1546 TodayCoin TODAY
    1463 OX Fina OX
    1362 Vipstar Coin VIPS ? 0.000368 ?
    1450 Swisscoin SIC ? 0.000368 ?
    1484 SJWCoin SJW ? 0.000307 ?
    1494 Tellurion TELL ? 0.000368 ?
    1533 Avoncoin ACN ? 0.000247 ?
    1524 Cheapcoin CHEAP ? 0.000301 ?
    1502 Dutch Coin DUTCH ? 0.000243 ?
    1553 India Coin INDIA
    1472 UniversalRoya… UNRC ? 0.000261 ?
    1578 Moneta MONETA
    1417 Candy CANDY ? 0.000261 ?
    1465 NamoCoin NAMO ? 0.000184 ?
    1478 Runners RUNNERS ? 0.000246 ?
    1525 Halloween Coin HALLO ? 0.000184 ?
    1579 X2 X2
    1560 Birds BIRDS ? 0.000246 ?
    1487 GrandCoin GDC ? 0.000123 ?
    1561 High Gain HIGH ? 0.000184 ?
    1564 LinkedCoin LKC
    1504 NumusCash NUMUS ? 0.000061 ?
    1528 Primulon PRIMU
    1448 W3Coin W3C ? 0.000206 ?
    1517 Antimatter ANTX ? 0.000061 ?
    1511 MobileCash MBL
    1459 T-coin TCOIN ? 0.000123 ?
    1425 Infinitecoin IFC ? 0.000041 ?
    1495 Royalties XRY ? 0.000061 ?
    1435 Aces ACES ? 0.000187 ?
    1568 Karmacoin KARMA
    1588 KashhCoin KASHH
    1583 PokeCoin POKE
    1540 BatCoin BAT
    1567 Bitok BITOK ? 0.000061 ?
    1537 CyberCoin CC
    1491 Happy Creator… HCC
    1437 LePen LEPEN
    1548 Rcoin RCN ? 0.000061 ?
    1466 TurboCoin TURBO ? 0.000061 ?
    1566 UNCoin UNC
    1562 XTD Coin XTD ? 0.000123 ?
    1475 RabbitCoin RBBT ? 0.000029 ?
    1486 Protean PRN ? 0.000051 ?
    1473 Slothcoin SLOTH ? 0.000003 ?
    1454 EmberCoin EMB ? 0.000000522 ?

     


    compiled by Sando Sasako

     
  • the1uploader 11:58 am on 2018-06-19 Permalink  

    Laku Pandai aka Branchless Banking 

    https://www.ojk.go.id/id/Pages/Laku-Pandai.aspx
    Laku Pandai

    Laku Pandai disingkat dari Layanan Keuangan Tanpa Kantor dalam Rangka Keuangan Inklusif, yaitu Program Otoritas Jasa Keuangan (OJK) untuk penyediaan layanan perbankan atau layanan keuangan lainnya melalui kerja sama dengan pihak lain (agen bank), dan didukung dengan penggunaan sarana teknologi informasi.

    Kenapa Laku Pandai diperlukan?

    Masih banyak anggota masyarakat yang belum mengenal, menggunakan atau mendapatkan layanan perbankan dan layanan keuangan lainnya. Antara lain, karena bertempat tinggal di lokasi yang jauh dari kantor bank atau adanya biaya atau persyaratan yang memberatkan.
    OJK, industri perbankan, dan industri jasa keuangan lainnya berkomitmen mendukung terwujudnya keuangan inklusif.
    Pemerintah Indonesia mencanangkan program Strategi Nasional Keuangan Inklusif (SNKI) padaJuni 2012, satu program di antaranya adalah branchless banking.
    Branchless banking yang ada sekarang perlu dikembangkan agar memungkinkan layanan perbankan dan layanan keuangan lainnya menjangkau segenap lapisan masyarakat di seluruh Indonesia.

    Program ini bertujuan menyediakan produk-produk keuangan yang sederhana, mudah dipahami, dan sesuai dengan kebutuhan masyarakat yang belum dapat menjangkau layanan keuangan. Selain itu, juga melancarkan kegiatan ekonomi masyarakat sehingga mendorong pertumbuhan ekonomi dan pemerataan pembangunan antarwilayah di Indonesia, terutama antara desa dan kota.

    Produk-produk yang disediakan dalam program ini adalah tabungan dengan karakteristik Basic Saving Account (BSA), kredit atau pembiayaan kepada nasabah mikro, dan produk keuangan lainnya seperti Asuransi Mikro.

    Lampiran:

    1. Information Tools Program Laku Pandai
    1.a. Buku Saku Laku Pandai https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/buku-saku.pdf

    1.b Leaflet Laku Pandai
    Leaflet versi Umum https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/leaflet-umum.pdf
    Leaflet versi Ibu Rumah Tangga https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/leaflet-irt.pdf
    Leaflet versi Pelajar https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/leaflet-pelajar.pdf

    1.c. Video Laku Pandai
    Video Animasi Laku Pandai Versi Pendek https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cLl0pg_D0zY
    Video Animasi Laku Pandai Full Version https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDrhDVGlqCE
    Video Testimoni Laku Pandai https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rtEXWZY63Xc
    Video Zakat Inclusion https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mYXZtLxTgCo

    2. Perkembangan Program Laku Pandai
    2.a. Data Perkembangan Program Laku Pandai Posisi Desember 2017

    2.b. Statistik Perkembangan Laku Pandai
    2. b. 1) Persebaran Agen Laku Pandai

    2. b. 2) Persebaran Nasabah BSA

    2. b. 3) Klasifikasi Agen Laku Pandai

    2. b. 4) Rata-rata Saldo per Rekening BSA berdasarkan Pulau Besar (satuan penuh rupiah)

    2. b. 5) Jumlah Nasabah/Rekening yang melakukan Transaksi terkait Tabungan BSA

    2. b. 6) Jumlah Nasabah/Rekening yang melakukan Transaksi terkait Tabungan Non BSA

    3. Informasi Program dan Foto Signage Agen Laku Pandai di masing-masing Bank
    3.a. Informasi Program Laku Pandai

    1. Bank Mandiri https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/Bank%20Mandiri.pdf
    2. BRI https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/BRI.pdf
    3. BNI https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/BNI.pdf
    4. BTN https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/BTN.pdf
    5. BTPN https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/BTPN.pdf
    6. BCA https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/BCA.pdf
    7. BPD Kaltim https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/BPD Kaltim.pdf
    8. Bank Sinarmas https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/Bank Sinarmas.pdf
    9. Bank Bukopin https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/Bank Bukopin.pdf

    10. BRI Syariah https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/BRI Syariah.pdf
    11. Bank Sahabat Sampoerna https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/Bank Sahabat Sampoerna.pdf
    12. Bank Jabar Banten (BJB) https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/Bank Jabar Banten (BJB).pdf
    13. Bank Jateng https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/Bank Jateng.pdf
    14. BTPN Syariah https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/BTPN Syariah.pdf
    15. Bank Danamon https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/Bank Danamon.pdf
    16. Bank Riau Kepri https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/Bank Riau Kepri.pdf
    17. Bank Artha Graha Internasional https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/Bank Artha Graha Internasional.pdf
    18. Bank Jatim https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/Bank jatim.pdf
    19. BPD NTB https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/BPD NTB.pdf

    20. BPD NTT https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/BPD NTT.pdf
    21. BPD Lampung https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/BPD Lampung.pdf
    22. BPD Sumsel Babel https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/Bank sumsel babel.pdf
    23. BPD Bali https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/Format%20Pengisian%20Data%20Terkini%20Bank%20BPD%20Bali.pdf
    24. BPD Bengkulu https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/Informasi%20BPD%20Bengkulu.pdf
    25. BPD Jambi https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/informasi%20BPD%20Jambi.pdf
    26. BPD Kalbar https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/informasi%20BPD%20Kalbar.pdf

    3.b. Foto Signage Agen Laku Pandai

    1. Bank Mandiri https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/MELINDA.jpeg
    2. BRI https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/Materi%20Komunikasi%20BRILink%20Baru.jpg
    3. BNI https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/20170310-MT-SIGNAGE%20Agen46%20100x40cm—FA.pdf
    4. BTN https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/SIGNAGE%20AGEN%20GRIYA%20BAYAR%20BTN.pdf
    5. BTPN https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/agen%20BTPN%20Wow%212%20%28002%29.jpg
    6. BCA https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/Spanduk%20Agen-1.jpg
    7. BPD Kaltim https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/Agen%20Bank%20Kaltim%202.jpg
    8. Bank Sinarmas https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/Agen%20Sinarmas%202.jpg
    9. Bank Bukopin https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/Preview%20Spanduk%20Agen%20Btunai%20.png

    10. BRI Syariah
    11. Bank Sahabat Sampoerna https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/Agen%20SAKU.png
    12. Bank Jabar Banten (BJB) https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/Foto%20Agen%20BJB.jpg
    13. Bank Jateng https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/Atribut%20Agen%20Laku%20Pandai.pdf
    14. BTPN Syariah https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/Agen%20BTPN%20Syariah.jpg
    15. Bank Danamon https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/Contoh%20Door%20Signage%20Sticker.pdf
    16. Bank Riau Kepri https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/IMG-20170418-WA0002.jpg
    17. Bank Artha Graha Internasional https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/spanduk-laku-pandai-OK%20BAGI.jpg
    18. Bank Jatim https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/Foto%20signage%20Laku%20Pandai1.jpg
    19. BPD NTB https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/Laku%20Pandai%20Wallsign%20Bank%20NTB.png

    20. BPD NTT https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/Laku%20Pandai.jpg
    21. BPD Lampung https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/Contoh%20Banner%20Agen%20Unit2.jpeg
    22. BPD Sumsel Babel https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/1502157227349.jpg
    23. Nobu Bank https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/Signage%20Agen%20Laku%20Pandai%20Nobu%20Bank%20-%203.jpg
    24. BPD Bali https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/Agen-BPD%20Bali-Kadek%20Mahendra%20Yani.jpeg
    25. BPD Bengkulu https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/laku%20pandai%20bpd%20Bengkulu.jpg
    26. BPD Jambi https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/Agen-Bank%20Jambi.jpg
    27. BPD Kalbar https://www.ojk.go.id/Files/box/laku-pandai/Agen-Bank%20Kalbar.jpeg


    https://www.btpn.com/id/tentang-kami/segmen-usaha/btpn-wow-/informasi-agen
    Informasi Agen BTPN

    Menjadi Agen BTPN Wow!

    Agen BTPN Wow! adalah pemilik warung / usaha / perorangan berpenghasilan tetap yang telah memenuhi persyaratan untuk menjadi perwakilan Bank BTPN dalam memberikan layanan perbankan ke nasabah. Sehingga layanan perbankan menjadi lebih mudah diakses oleh siapa saja. Agen hanya perlu memiliki hape, karena semua transaksi dilakukan melalui hape dengan mengetik *365#.

    Seorang Agen BTPN Wow! dapat membantu para tetangga dan pelanggan untuk melakukan hal-hal berikut :
    Membuka rekening
    Melayani setor tunai
    Melayani tarik tunai

    Ingin jadi Agen? Caranya gampang:
    Gunakan nomor hape Anda sebagai nomor rekening agen
    Mendaftar di Agen BTPN Wow! terdekat atau melalui email btpncare@btpn.com
    Sertakan kelengkapan dokumen: formulir pendaftaran agen, surat usaha dari RT setempat / surat penghasilan dari tempat bekerja
    Setelah itu, tunggu verifikasi dari BTPN
    Jika lulus, agen akan menandatangani perjanjian kerja sama
    Proses selesai dan agen siap beroperasi

    Manfaat menjadi Agen.
    Mendapat penghasilan tambahan dari komisi untuk agen saat agen membuka rekening nasabah baru (Rp 3000), melakukan setoran tunai dan tarik tunai. Agen juga mendapat komisi pada saat nasabah membeli pulsa dan membayar tagihan dari hape nasabah
    Dapat ikut program-program promo untuk agen seperti program hape android, kambing kurban, tambahan saldo dan lain-lain
    Mendapat pelatihan & sertifikasi agen, termasuk materi branding (sticker, poster, shop blind)
    Semakin banyak nasabah, semakin banyak yang berkunjung ke tempat usaha. Jadi memajukan usaha secara keseluruhan
    Mendapat kesempatan fasilitas kredit

    Untuk mengetahui lokasi Agen BTPN Wow! terdekat dari Anda, pilih daftar lokasi di bawah ini:
    Jabodetabek http://www.btpn.com/pdf/agent-location-btpn-wow/updated-feb-2018/jabodetabek.pdf
    Jawa Barat 1 http://www.btpn.com/pdf/agent-location-btpn-wow/updated-feb-2018/west-java-1.pdf
    Jawa Barat 2 http://www.btpn.com/pdf/agent-location-btpn-wow/updated-feb-2018/west-java-2.pdf
    Jawa Tengah 1 http://www.btpn.com/pdf/agent-location-btpn-wow/updated-feb-2018/central-java-1.pdf
    Jawa Tengah 2 http://www.btpn.com/pdf/agent-location-btpn-wow/updated-feb-2018/central-java-2.pdf
    Jawa Timur 1 http://www.btpn.com/pdf/agent-location-btpn-wow/updated-feb-2018/east-java-1.pdf
    Jawa Timur 2 http://www.btpn.com/pdf/agent-location-btpn-wow/updated-feb-2018/east-java-2.pdf
    Bali & Nusa Tenggara http://www.btpn.com/pdf/agent-location-btpn-wow/updated-feb-2018/bali-nusra.pdf
    Sumatera 1 http://www.btpn.com/pdf/agent-location-btpn-wow/updated-feb-2018/northern-sumatera.pdf
    Sumatera 2 http://www.btpn.com/pdf/agent-location-btpn-wow/updated-feb-2018/southern-sumatera.pdf
    Kalimantan http://www.btpn.com/pdf/agent-location-btpn-wow/updated-feb-2018/kalimantan.pdf
    Sulawesi & Papua http://www.btpn.com/pdf/agent-location-btpn-wow/updated-feb-2018/sulawesi-papua.pdf


    http://infobanknews.com/tag/laku-pandai/
    Liputan Laku Pandai

    Agen Laku Pandai Mandiri Capai 32.555 http://infobanknews.com/agen-laku-pandai-mandiri-capai-32-555/
    By Suheriadi on 06/12/2017

    Jakarta- PT Bank Mandiri (Persero) Tbk (Mandiri) terus mendukung program pemerintah untuk dapat meningkatkan angka inklusi keuangan maupun literasi keuangan, salah satunya melalui program Layanan Tanpa Kantor Dalam Rangka Keuangan Inklusif (Laku Pandai). Salahsatunya ialah dengan terus meningkatnya angka keagenan laku pandai Mandiri. “Hingga akhir November jumlah agen Laku Pandai Bank Mandiri telah mencapai 32.555 agen. […]


    OJK: Jumlah Agen Laku Pandai Tembus 428.852 http://infobanknews.com/ojk-jumlah-agen-laku-pandai-tembus-428-852/
    By Suheriadi on 05/12/2017

    Jakarta – Otoritas Jasa Keuangan (OJK) terus berupaya untuk meningkatkan peranannya dalam menumbuhkan angka inklusi keuangan maupun literasi keuangan, salah satunya melalui program Layanan Tanpa Kantor Dalam Rangka Keuangan Inklusif (Laku Pandai). Deputi Komisioner Edukasi dan Perlindungan Konsumen Otoritas Jasa Keuangan (OJK) Sardjito mengatakan, hingga saat ini jumlah total agen laku pandai tercatat sudah mencapai […]


    BRI Siap Gaet 200 Ribu Agen BRILink http://infobanknews.com/bri-siap-gaet-200-ribu-agen-brilink/
    By Suheriadi on 11/08/2017

    Jakarta-Dalam mempercepat Program Inklusi Keuangan, PT Bank Rakyat Indonesia (Persero) Tbk (BRI) menggenjot pertumbuhan agen BRI Link di pelosok negeri. Di BEI, Jakarta, Jumat, 11 Agustus 2017, Direktur Utama BRI, Suprajarto mengungkapkan, pihaknya optimis dapat menggaet sekitar 200 ribu agen Layanan Keuangan Tanpa Kantor dalam Rangka Keuangan Inklusif (Laku Pandai) atau BRILink hingga akhir tahun […]


    Lewat Agen46, Nasabah BNI Bertambah 725.000 per Bulan http://infobanknews.com/lewat-agen46-nasabah-bni-bertambah-725-000-per-bulan/
    By Dwitya Putra on 07/08/2017

    Jakarta-Direktur Keuangan & Risiko Kredit PT Bank Negara Indonesia (Persero) Tbk (BNI), Rico Budi Darmo mengungkapkan, program layanan keuangan tanpa kantor ( Laku Pandai) telah berhasil meningkatkan jumlah basis nasabah. Ia mengatakan rata-rata setiap bulan pembukaan rekening dana individu yang berasal dari Agen46 BNI mencapai 725.000 rekening. “Hasil positif itu membuat jumlah rekening yang dibuka […]


    Perluas Agen Laku Pandai, BNI Gandeng Kioson http://infobanknews.com/perluas-agen-laku-pandai-bni-gandeng-kioson/
    By Dwitya Putra on 22/06/2017

    Jakarta-PT Bank Negara Indonesia (Persero) Tbk (BNI) berkolaborasi dengan Kioson guna memperluas jaringan Agen Laku Pandai (Layanan Keuangan Tanpa Kantor), sebagai bentuk dukungan terhadap program inklusi keuangan yang digagas oleh Otoritas Jasa Keuangan (OJK). Sebanyak 15.000 toko jaringan Kioson dapat dikembangkan menjadi Agen46 BNI, yang merupakan kepanjangan tangan BNI dalam memberikan layanan perbankan. Kerja sama ini memungkinkan jangkauan Agen46 meluas ke kota-kota lapis kedua, sehingga sesuai […]


    Agen Laku Pandai Ditarget Tembus 1 Juta http://infobanknews.com/agen-laku-pandai-ditarget-tembus-1-juta/
    By Suheriadi on 23/05/2017

    Jakarta-Otoritas Jasa Keuangan (OJK) menargetkan jumlah agen Layanan Keuangan Tanpa Kantor dalam Rangka Keuangan Inklusif (Laku Pandai) bisa tumbuh sampai 1 juta agen dalam tiga tahun ke depan. Hingga saat ini, jumlah agen Laku Pandai ada sebanyak 328.000 agen. “Sekarang agen sudah di 300 ribu, dan dalam 3 tahun ke depan kita perlu 1 juta […]


    Agen Laku Pandai Jadi Ujung Tombak Keuangan Berkelanjutan http://infobanknews.com/agen-laku-pandai-jadi-ujung-tombak-keuangan-berkelanjutan/
    By Suheriadi on 23/05/2017

    Jakarta-Keuangan berkelanjutan (sustainable finance) merupakan bentuk dukungan menyeluruh dari sektor jasa keuangan untuk menciptakan pertumbuhan ekonomi berkelanjutan yang dihasilkan dari keselarasan antara kepentingan ekonomi, sosial dan lingkungan hidup. Kehadiran agen-agen Layanan Keuangan Tanpa Kantor dalam Rangka Keuangan Inklusif (Laku Pandai) sendiri dinilai memiliki peran penting dalam mewujudkan sustainable finance. Dengan demikian, sistem keuangan berkelanjutan harus […]


    BNI Bidik 10 Juta Rekening dari Agen46 http://infobanknews.com/bni-bidik-10-juta-rekening-dari-agen46/
    By Paulus Yoga on 16/03/2017

    Jakarta-PT Bank Negara Indonesia (Persero) Tbk (BNI) optimis bisa mendorong kinerja agen layanan keuangan tanpa kantor untuk dalam rangka keuangan inklusif (Laku Pandai) pada tahun ini. Tidak main-main, perseroan menargetkan 3 juta rekening dari agen Laku Pandai. General Manager Electronic Banking Division BNI, Anang Fauzie yakin pihaknya bisa mencapai 3 juta rekening tahun ini. Baca […]


    OJK: Laku Pandai Percepat Program KUR di Daerah http://infobanknews.com/ojk-laku-pandai-percepat-program-kur-di-daerah/
    By Rezkiana Nisaputra on 14/02/2017

    Jakarta-Otoritas Jasa Keuangan (OJK) terus melakukan upaya agar penyaluran Kredit Usaha Rakyat (KUR) lebih efektif dan produktif. Salah satunya adalah dengan sosialisasi Program KUR di daerah-daerah. Ketua Dewan Komisioner OJK Muliaman D. Hadad mengatakan, selama ini OJK sudah menjalankan beberapa insiatif dalam mendorong Program KUR. Seperti meningkatkan percepatan akses keuangan di daerah hingga pemanfaatan program […]


    Agen Laku Pandai Capai 160.490 di Kuartal III-2016 http://infobanknews.com/agen-laku-pandai/
    By Rezkiana Nisaputra on 01/12/2016

    Jakarta-Otoritas Jasa Keuangan (OJK) mengaku, jumlah agen Laku Pandai (Layanan Keuangan Tanpa Kantor dalam Rangka Keuangan Inklusif) terus mengalami peningkatan. Hingga kuartal III-2016 jumlah agen Laku Pndai tercatat 160.490 agen. (Baca juga: OJK Kejar 1 Juta Agen Laku Pandai) Menurut Direktur Departemen Pengawasan Bank 1 OJK, Feriyanti Nalora, jumlah agen Laku Pandai per kuartal III-2016 […]


    https://bisnis.tempo.co/read/1039429/26-persen-agen-laku-pandai-merugi
    26 Persen Agen Laku Pandai Merugi
    Reporter: Tempo.co
    Editor: Ali Akhmad Noor Hidayat
    Senin, 4 Desember 2017 20:01 WIB


    Menteri Keuangan Sri Mulyani, memberikan kuliah umum bertema “Peran Fiskal dalam Membangun Perekonomian Inklusif” di Universitas Syiah Kuala, Banda Aceh. instagram.com

    TEMPO.CO, JAKARTA – Hasil survie keagenan Inklusi atau Laku Pandai di Indonesia menunjukan kenaikan pesat dari 700 agen di 2014 menjadi 1.300 di 2017. Namun perkembangan kuantitas tersebut belum beriringan dengan kualitas dari pelayanan agen. Kepala Direktur Microsave Indonesia Grace Retnowati penyelenggara survei mengakui hal tersebut. “Ini yang masih jadi PR bagi kita semua, bagaimana kualitas sejalan dengan kuantitas,” ujarnya di Grand Hyatt Senin 4 Desember 2017.

    Simak: OJK Segera Rilis Regulasi Program Laku Pandai https://bisnis.tempo.co/read/843693/ojk-segera-rilis-regulasi-program-laku-pandai

    Laku Pandai singkatan dari Layanan Keuangan Tanpa Kantor dalam Rangka Keuangan Inklusif, yaitu Program Otoritas Jasa Keuangan (OJK). Program ini bertujuan untuk penyediaan layanan perbankan atau layanan keuangan lainnya melalui kerja sama dengan pihak lain (agen bank). Peningkatan jumlah tersebut didukung dengan layanan agen yang lebih ekstensif yaitu, 67 jam perminggu dibandingkan bank yang hanya 35 jam perminggu. “Selain itu prosedur yang mudah dan dukungan dari pemrintah,” ujarnya.

    Menurut Grace kualitas pada agen, bahwa ia bukan memberikan keuntungan bagi dirinya sendiri tapi juga masyarakat luas. Karena agen sebenarnya perpanjang tangan dari bank, itu artinya tujuan akhir agen adalah bagaimana masyarakat mersakan layanan yang sama antara agen dan bank. “Sampai layanan dari agen substanceble atau formal,” ujar Grace.

    Berdasarkan survei Helix bidang riset dan penelitian MicroSave Indonesia yang dilakukan di 15 provinsi dengan sampel 13.000 agen pada Juli hingga September 2017, 96 persen dari agen non dedikasi atau masih memiliki usaha, sumber penghasilan lain. Sedangkan agen yang didekasi hanya 38 persen yang mampu mencapai break even.

    Survei juga menunjukan daya transkasi agen di Indonesia masih rendah, rata-rata agen melakukan empat transaksi per hari hal ini berdampak kepada provit dan jaringan agen yang rendah. Sedangkan untuk daerah Jabodetabek rata-rata bisa mencapai 10 transaksi. Kepala Bidang Inklusi Keuangan Otoritas Jasa Keuangan OJK, Eko Ariantoro mengakui hal tersebut, berdasarkan data OJK satu agen belum bisa membuka 20 rekening dalam setahun.

    Meski 428.000 agen sudah tersebar di 500 kabupaten Kota. “Ini yang harus kita dorong lagi,” ujarnya. Eko mengatakan perlu kampanye Laku Pandai lagi, selain itu OJK berencana untuk memberi regulasi agar bisa mebuka lebih dari satu bank. “Kalau itu diperlukan, akan kami coba,” kata Eko. Meski hasil survie menemukan 26 persen agen mengalami kerugian dan tidak bisa mencapai break point.

    Hal ini juga terlihat dari jumlah agen yang hanya 28 persen menawarkan membuka rekening baru. Namun 91 persen agen optimistis bisa menjadi jasa keuangan digital di masa depan. Berdasarkan hasil survie 51 persen agen laku pandai dikuasai oleh Bank Rakyat Indonesia, 29 persen BTPN, 10 persen BNI, 8 persen True Money dan 2 persen bank lainnya.

    Laku Pandai https://bisnis.tempo.co/read/843693/ojk-segera-rilis-regulasi-program-laku-pandai


    https://keuangan.kontan.co.id/news/agen-laku-pandai-di-indonesia-masih-ekslusif
    Agen Laku Pandai di Indonesia masih ekslusif
    Senin, 04 Desember 2017 / 17:43 WIB

    KONTAN.CO.ID – JAKARTA. Lembaga riset inklusi keuangan MicroSave dalam analisisnya menyatakan sejumlah regulasi terkait model keagenan di Indonesia masih memiliki prinsip ekslusivitas. Senior Manager Digital Financial Service MicroSave Raunak Kapoor mengatakan, Indonesia memiliki agen ekslusif terbesar alias 97% dibandingkan dengan negara lain.

    Baca Juga
    BTN sudah punya 6.208 agen Laku Pandai https://keuangan.kontan.co.id/news/btn-sudah-punya-6208-agen-laku-pandai
    OJK catat jumlah agen Laku Pandai sudah 428.000 https://keuangan.kontan.co.id/news/ojk-catat-jumlah-agen-laku-pandai-sudah-428000
    BCA syariah dan BKE bakal bentuk agen Laku Pandai https://keuangan.kontan.co.id/news/bca-syariah-dan-bke-bakal-bentuk-agen-laku-pandai

    Artinya, setiap agen Laku Pandai yang ada di Indonesia membawa nama bank tersendiri. Lewat survei yang dilakukan kepada 1.300 agen, sebanyak 33% menyampaikan bahwa agen Laku Pandai menginginkan untuk menjadi agen dari bank atau provider keuangan digital yang lain. “Hanya saja, sebagian besar agen tidak mengetahui adanya regulasi yang tidak memperbolehkan mereka menjadi agen lebih dari satu bank,” ujarnya di Jakarta, Senin (4/12).

    Adapun, survei yang dilakukan MicroSave juga menunjukan poin lain bahwa 96% dari agen di Indonesia adalah agen non-dedikasi alias agen yang memiliki usaha lain selain sebagai agen jasa keuangan digital sebagai sumber penghasilannya. Sementara agen dedikasi tercatat hanya mampu mencapai 38% dari total break even dalam usahanya.

    Survei ini menunjukan bahwa rata-rata agen non-dedikasi mampu mendapatkan profit lebih tinggi dibandingkan agen dedikasi. Selain itu, MicroSave juga menyebut bahwa rata-rata agen di Indonesia melakukan empat transaksi per hari, sedangkan agen-agen di daerah Jabodetabek mammpu melakukan rata-rata transaksi 10 transaksi per hari.

    Menurut Raunak, ekpansi jaringan agen yang kurang ditambah dengan volume transaksi yang rendah lah menjadi penyebab profitabilitas agen menjadi rendah. “Dari hasil penemuan selama survei, lebih dari seperempat agen di Indonesia (26%) justru mengalami kerugian atau bahkan tidak mampu mencapai break even point dari usahanya,” tambahnya.

    Kendati tingkat profitabilitasnya rendah, mayoritas agen (91%) menyatakan mereka tetap optimis dan berharap dapat menjadi agen jasa keuangan di masa mendatang. Secara terpisah, Eko Ariantoro, Direktur Pengembangan Inklusi Keuangan Otoritas Jasa Keuangan (OJK) mengatakan pihaknya akan mengkaji riset-riset yang dilakukan MicroSave guna mengembangkan potensi Laku Pandai di Indonesia.

    Adapun, beberapa usulan dari MicroSave yang dijabarkan untuk regulator antara lain mempermudah aturan Know Your Customer (KUC) melalui sistem integrasi kartu tanda penduduk (KTP), menyamaratakan kebijakan antar penyedia jasa Laku Pandai, relaksasi aturan ekslusifitas agen, meningkatkan transparansi antar agen serta meningkatkan keingintahuan masyarakat.

    Meski begitu, terkait aturan ekslusifitas OJK menilai hal ini agak berat untuk dilakukan lantaran tiap bank memiliki kriteria tersendiri segmen pasarnya. “Kami akan kaji usulan dan riset ini, terutama kami akan lebih gencar kampanye soal Laku Pandai ini di tahun depan,” ungkapnya.

    Reporter: Laurensius Marshall Sautlan Sitanggang
    Editor: Sanny Cicilia


    https://keuangan.kontan.co.id/news/ojk-catat-jumlah-agen-laku-pandai-sudah-428000
    OJK catat jumlah agen Laku Pandai sudah 428.000
    Senin, 04 Desember 2017 / 15:58 WIB

    KONTAN.CO.ID – JAKARTA. Memasuki ujung tahun 2017 jumlah program layanan keuangan tanpa kantor dalam rangka inklusi keuangan yang digagas oleh Otoritas Jasa Keuangan (OJK) alias Laku Pandai dinilai sudah cukup signifikan. Direktur Pengembangan Inklusi Keuangan OJK, Eko Ariantoro mengatakan, sampai dengan bulan September 2017 jumlah agen Laku Pandai sudah mencapai 428.000 dengan persebaran di 512 Kabupaten Kota di Indonesia.

    Kendati jumlahnya sudah melampaui target awal pada tahun 2014 lalu, OJK menyebut total rekening Laku Pandai yang dikelola oleh satu agen jumlahnya masih terbilang rendah yakni kurang dari 20 rekening per satu agen. “Di Indonesia satu agen itu baru 20 rekening, idealnya 100 rekening. Ini yang menjadi Pekerjaan Rumah bagi OJK dan juga perbankan,” ujarnya saat ditemui di Jakarta, Senin (4/12).

    Adapun, untuk menggenjot jumlah tersebut OJK juga telah mempunyai salah satu inisiasi yang akan dilakukan di tahun 2018 mendatang. Salah satunya dengan melakukan kampanye di beberapa titik guna meningkatkan animo masyarakat terkait Laku Pandai.

    Baca Juga
    BTN sudah punya 6.208 agen Laku Pandai https://keuangan.kontan.co.id/news/btn-sudah-punya-6208-agen-laku-pandai
    Laku Pandai Bank Mandiri capai 1 juta rekening https://keuangan.kontan.co.id/news/laku-pandai-bank-mandiri-capai-1-juta-rekening
    Dorong laku pandai, BTN gandeng Telkomsel https://keuangan.kontan.co.id/news/dorong-laku-pandai-btn-gandeng-telkomsel

    Alasannya, OJK menilai saat ini kecenderungan masyarakat Indonesia masih lebih memilih membuka rekening bank di kantor cabang bank. Padahal, membuka rekening tabungan alias basic saving account (BSA) di agen Laku Pandai dinilai lebih murah. Dus, tidak hanya menggenjot dari sisi pengetahuan masyarakat saja. Ari sapaan akrab Eko Ariantoro menyebut pihak OJK tengah mengkaji beberapa usulan untuk memudahkan proses pembuatan rekening di agen.

    “Salah satunya dengan KYC (Know Your Customer), mungkin melalui teknologi juga seperti biometrik dan fingerprint (sidik jari) bila memungkinkan,” tambahnya. Selain itu, OJK juga tengah mengajak beberapa bank untuk ikut program Laku Pandai. Saat ini, yang menjadi sasaran OJK antara lain mengajak Bank Pembangunan Daerah (BPD) untuk mengikuti program tersebut.

    Hanya saja, dalam penerapannya Ari mengakui bahwa untuk mengikuti Laku Pandai, BPD memiliki kelemahan dari satu sisi yakni mengenai jaringan.
    “BPD saat ini baru ada dua, tapi kelihatannya akan lebih mudah karena Kominfo sudah mengatakan seluruh data sudah ada di tiap nomor telepon,” katanya.

    Asal tahu saja, saat ini tercatat bank yang sudah mengikuti Laku Pandai berjumlah 23 bank dengan total rekening mencapai 10 juta rekening. OJK mengatakan, ada beberapa bank yang sudah mengajukan perizinan terkait program ini. Sayang, Ari enggan membeberkan secara detail hal tersebut lantaran OJK masih terlebih dahulu mengkaji kemampuan dan kesiapan bank tersebut.

    “Kami tidak mensyaratkan semua bank harus punya agen Laku Pandai, tapi lebih disesuaikan dengan segmen dan bisnis model masing-masing bank,” imbuhnya. Catatan saja, berdasarkan riset yang dilakukan oleh MicroSave pada tahun 2017 jumlah sebaran agen Laku Pandai di Indonesia masih didominasi oleh tiga bank.

    Antara lain PT Bank Rakyat Indonesia Tbk (BRI) melalui agen BRILink dengan jumlah agen 51% dari total agen, disusul oleh PT Bank Tabungan Pensiunan Nasional Tbk (BTPN) sebesar 29% lewat agen BTPN Wow, serta PT Bank Negara Indonesia Tbk (BNI) lewat Agen46 dengan jumlah pasar 8%. Sementara sisanya oleh bank lain.

    Reporter: Laurensius Marshall Sautlan Sitanggang
    Editor: Rizki Caturini


    https://ekonomi.kompas.com/read/2018/04/10/222344026/masih-banyak-yang-belum-tahu-laku-pandai-dan-layanan-keuangan-digital
    Masih Banyak yang Belum Tahu Laku Pandai dan Layanan Keuangan Digital
    Andri Donnal Putera
    Kompas.com – 10/04/2018, 22:23 WIB

    JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com – Lembaga Penyelidikan Ekonomi dan Masyarakat (LPEM) Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis Universitas Indonesia mendapati masih banyak orang yang belum tahu dengan program laku pandai dan layanan keuangan digital. Hal ini diketahui dari survei keuangan inklusif yang dipaparkan di Hotel Borobudur, Jakarta Pusat, Selasa (10/4/2018).

    Laku pandai merupakan layanan keuangan tanpa kantor dalam rangka keuangan inklusif. Sementara layanan keuangan digital merupakan perluasan layanan sistem pembayaran menggunakan teknologi, baik melalui telepon genggam maupun web, yang tidak dilakukan di kantor fisik alias oleh pihak ketiga yang disebut agen.

    “Responden masih belum tahu ada laku pandai dan layanan keuangan digital, sedangkan sebagian lainnya menyatakan tidak membutuhkan layanan tersebut,” kata anggota tim peneliti LPEM UI Prani Sastiono kepada pewarta. Survei tersebut dilakukan pada Oktober 2017 hingga Januari 2018 di 9 provinsi dan 22 kabupaten/kota, dengan total 1.038 responden. Adapun indikasi lain dari hasil survei tersebut yang membuat responden enggan menggunakan laku pandai adalah biaya yang lebih tinggi untuk penarikan dan pembayaran.

    Baca juga : Riset: Laku Pandai dan Layanan Keuangan Digital Dorong Inklusi Keuangan http://ekonomi.kompas.com/read/2018/04/10/190247626/riset-laku-pandai-dan-layanan-keuangan-digital-dorong-inklusi-keuangan

    Biaya penarikan dan pembayaran itu dinilai sulit dikontrol karena agen laku pandai menerapkan hitungan mereka sendiri. Para agen menetapkan biaya atas dasar kondisi tertentu, misalnya ada warga yang ingin menyetor uang melalui laku pandai pada malam hari ketika agen tersebut sudah beristirahat. “Hal lain yang diungkapkan, banyak responden tidak mampu memenuhi saldo minimal rekening laku pandai Rp 20.000 dan tidak bersedia membeli kartu layanan keuangan digital sebesar Rp 50.000,” tutur Prani.

    Atas dasar temuan itu, LPEM UI merekomendasikan dilakukan pemetaan lokasi dan sosialisasi di wilayah masyarakat yang belum memiliki rekening bank. Daerah yang potensial untuk jadi sasaran agen laku pandai dan layanan keuangan digital adalah yang minim kantor cabang bank, ATM, serta koperasi simpan pinjam dengan jumlah rekening yang masih rendah.

    Baca juga : Sunarto, Guru di Medan yang Jadi Agen Laku Pandai dengan 2.000 Nasabah http://ekonomi.kompas.com/read/2017/12/08/090000726/sunarto-guru-di-medan-yang-jadi-agen-laku-pandai-dengan-2.000-nasabah

    “Agen perlu diberi insentif bila berhasil meningkatkan jumlah rekening masyarakat. Biaya dari layanan tersebut juga perlu dibuka secara transparan sehingga tidak ada yang memberatkan nasabah,” ujar Prani. Rute khusus sepeda motor diperkenalkan di Jakarta, Selasa (20/3). Fitur ini berlaku untuk pengguna Gmaps di seluruh Indonesia.(Kompas TV)

    Penulis Andri Donnal Putera
    Editor Aprillia Ika

    Riset: Laku Pandai dan Layanan Keuangan Digital Dorong Inklusi Keuangan http://ekonomi.kompas.com/read/2018/04/10/190247626/riset-laku-pandai-dan-layanan-keuangan-digital-dorong-inklusi-keuangan
    Sunarto, Guru di Medan yang Jadi Agen Laku Pandai dengan 2.000 Nasabah http://ekonomi.kompas.com/read/2017/12/08/090000726/sunarto-guru-di-medan-yang-jadi-agen-laku-pandai-dengan-2.000-nasabah
    BTPN: Agen Laku Pandai Itu Harus “Happy” http://ekonomi.kompas.com/read/2017/12/06/221200426/btpn–agen-laku-pandai-itu-harus-happy-
    Bankir: Sinyal dan Listrik Jadi Kendala Ekspansi Agen Laku Pandai http://ekonomi.kompas.com/read/2017/12/05/211200326/bankir–sinyal-dan-listrik-jadi-kendala-ekspansi-agen-laku-pandai
    Agen Laku Pandai Harus Dipastikan Berkelanjutan http://ekonomi.kompas.com/read/2017/12/04/210000426/agen-laku-pandai-harus-dipastikan-berkelanjutan


    https://ekonomi.kompas.com/read/2018/04/10/190247626/riset-laku-pandai-dan-layanan-keuangan-digital-dorong-inklusi-keuangan
    Riset: Laku Pandai dan Layanan Keuangan Digital Dorong Inklusi Keuangan
    Andri Donnal Putera
    Kompas.com – 10/04/2018, 19:02 WIB

    JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com – Lembaga Penyelidikan Ekonomi dan Masyarakat (LPEM) Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis Universitas Indonesia mendapati program laku pandai dan layanan keuangan digital secara signifikan mendorong tingkat inklusi keuangan atau akses masyarakat terhadap layanan keuangan.

    Temuan tersebut didasarkan dari survei yang dilakukan pada Oktober 2017 hingga Januari 2018 di 9 provinsi dan 22 kabupaten/kota, dengan total 1.038 responden. Laku pandai merupakan layanan keuangan tanpa kantor dalam rangka keuangan inklusif. Sementara layanan keuangan digital merupakan perluasan layanan sistem pembayaran menggunakan teknologi, baik melalui telepon genggam maupun web, yang tidak dilakukan di kantor fisik alias oleh pihak ketiga yang disebut agen.

    “Tingkat inklusi layanan laku pandai mencapai 43 persen dan layanan keuangan digital mencapai 28 persen. Ini cukup sukses menjangkau masyarakat yang sebelumnya tidak memiliki akses terhadap layanan keuangan formal,” kata peneliti senior LPEM UI Chaikal Nuryakin dalam konferensi pers di Hotel Borobudur, Jakarta Pusat, Selasa (10/4/2018).

    Baca juga : Sunarto, Guru di Medan yang Jadi Agen Laku Pandai dengan 2.000 Nasabah http://ekonomi.kompas.com/read/2017/12/08/090000726/sunarto-guru-di-medan-yang-jadi-agen-laku-pandai-dengan-2.000-nasabah

    Chaikal menjelaskan, sebanyak 72 persen dari total responden yang adalah pengguna layanan keuangan digital sudah memiliki akses keuangan formal. Sementara untuk pengguna program laku pandai, 57 persen dari total responden sudah memiliki akses keuangan formal. Salah satu faktor pendorong masyarakat mengakses program laku pandai, menurut Chaikal, adalah karena biaya akses yang lebih rendah. Rendahnya biaya dibandingkan dengan layanan keuangan bank dan non-bank.

    “Kualitas layanan laku pandai juga dinilai lebih baik dibandingkan layanan keuangan non-bank dan non-formal,” tutur Chaikal. Sedangkan untuk layanan keuangan digital, disebut lebih unggul dalam hal pelayanan dan keberhasilan transaksi ketimbang lembaga keuangan non-formal. Adapun dampak dari akses masyarakat terhadap laku pandai dan layanan keuangan digital adalah mendorong kepemilikan rekening pribadi.

    Baca juga : BI: Jumlah Agen Layanan Keuangan Digital Masih Kurang untuk Capai Target SNKI http://bisniskeuangan.kompas.com/read/2016/11/30/110102626/bi.jumlah.agen.layanan.keuangan.digital.masih.kurang.untuk.capai.target.snki

    “Laku pandai mendorong pertumbuhan kepemilikan rekening menjadi 25 persen dan layanan keuangan digital sekitar 5 persen. Agen laku pandai baiknya dibekali dengan sarana dan sistem pembukaan rekening yang sederhana agar pertumbuhan inklusi keuangan sejalan dengan jumlah rekening baru,” ujar Chaikal.


    Sayap bisnis perusahaan angkutan online semakin lebar hingga mengambil alih fungsi perbankan.(Kompas TV)

    Penulis Andri Donnal Putera
    Editor Aprillia Ika


    https://keuangan.kontan.co.id/news/ojk-tabungan-laku-pandai-mencapai-rp-17-triliunper-maret-2018
    OJK: Tabungan Laku Pandai mencapai Rp 1,7 triliun per Maret 2018
    Selasa, 19 Juni 2018 / 07:14 WIB


    ILUSTRASI. Laku Pandai

    KONTAN.CO.ID – JAKARTA. Otoritas Jasa Keuangan (OJK) mencatat dana murah dari tabungan program branchless banking Laku Pandai sampai Maret 2018 sebesar Rp 1,7 triliun. Direktur Pengembangan Inklusi Keuangan OJK Eko Ariantoro mengatakan, jumlah nasabah Laku Pandai per kuartal 1 2018 mencapai 19,2 juta nasabah. “Dengan jumlah agen mencapai 779.900 agen,” kata Eko kepada Kontan.co.id, pekan lalu.

    Baca Juga
    Himbara: 35.000 outlet laku pandai bisa berjualan beras https://keuangan.kontan.co.id/news/himbara-35000-outlet-laku-pandai-bisa-berjualan-beras
    Tingkat inklusi laku pandai dan LKD naik signifkan https://keuangan.kontan.co.id/news/tingkat-inklusi-laku-pandai-dan-lkd-naik-signifkan
    OJK: Akhir tahun 2017, agen laku pandai tembus 741.000 agen https://keuangan.kontan.co.id/news/ojk-akhir-tahun-2017-agen-laku-pandai-tembus-741000-agen

    Direktur Utama BRI Suprajarto mengatakan, sampai akhir April 2018, jumlah agen Laku Pandai BRILink sudah 270.000. Sementara, Zedo Faly, Kepala Divisi Micro Development dan Agent Banking Bank Mandiri bilang, jumlah agen Laku Pandai dan layanan keuangan digital (LKD) sampai akhir Mei 2018 mencapai 38.400.

    “Untuk transaksi setor tunai agen 216.000 transaksi dengan nilai Rp 10 miliar,” kata Zedo, pekan lalu. Sedangkan untuk transaksi tarik tunai mencapai 5.000 transaksi dengan nilai mencapai Rp 2,7 miliar. Ferdian Satyagraha, Sekretaris Perusahaan Bank Jatim mencatat, jumlah agen Laku Pandai ‘Sipandai’ sampai April 2018 mencapai 242 agen. “Dengan jumlah tabungan Rp 970 juta dan nasabah 2.847,” kata Ferdian.

    Reporter: Galvan Yudistira
    Editor: Dupla Kartini


     
  • the1uploader 7:55 am on 2018-05-10 Permalink  

    The Inapplicable Lightning Network 

    The Inapplicable Lightning Network
    by Sando Sasako
    Jakarta, 10 May 2018

    Lightning Network (LN) won’t happen in any day. The idealistic notion to not involve the blockchain can happen as long as there are some locking and unlocking mechanisms in regard to the spending activities made by any bitcoin addresses involved with the off-chain transactions. Balance inquiry to any bitcoin address is open for public. This bitcoin address is also open for receiving coins.

    To spend coins from a bitcoin address, a signature/signatory is required. Some bitcoin addresses have and requires multiple signatories (multisig address) to make a spend. The signatories may function as escrow accounts. By decoding a multisig address, address identification is enabled and the history of transactions as well. Blockchain Intelligence Group claims to be capable to extract the complete and accurate blockchain data.[1]

    Some proof-of-whatever-name you might call is necessity and required to guarantee that the spending bitcoin addresses still have the unspent coins to spend. The terms of proof-of-whatevs might have other meanings and been associated with some particular system, algorithm, or elses. Some related concepts of proof are proof of stake, proof of ownership, proof of burn. The proof concepts may have employed the code words such as existence, integrity, authenticity, life, whatevs.

    The problem that cannot be solved to implement LN for ever is who creates, owns, controls the bitcoin address. Who has the authority to open the wallet and spend the coins? Multisig wallets require some bitcoins to be transferred, deposited, sunk to a single bitcoin address. These depositors can trade and transact each other with other depositors within a wallet, a megawallet. That’s the idea.

    Who has the wallet can control the trade, terminate, even seize the coins at will. You might be familiar with this concept. It is the central bank. That is one big hell of no within the crypto community.

    In June 2017, Jonald Fyookball published his arguments proving mathematically that LN could not be decentralised.[2]

    Readers are advised to not get fooled by the mumbo jumbo, gobbledygook, claptrap, bafflegab in regard to the advantages and shining features of LN. Don’t expect the LN v.1.0 gets implemented and fully working, but RC1 on the lab and testnet. Let LN remains seated as a draft and never gets a final status in the BIPs.

    Let’s see and read the shining features of LN if it really counts and gets real:

    1. Instant payments. Checked. .
    2. Micropayments. Checked. .
    3. Payment speed measured in milliseconds to seconds. Checked. .
    4. No on-blockchain transaction. Checked. .
    5. No transaction confirmation. Checked. .
    6. Capable of millions to billions of transactions per second across the network (scalability issue). Checked. .
    7. No legacy payment rails. Checked. .
    8. Pay per click without MITM or custodians. Checked. .
    9. Low cost, low fees, low commissions. Checked. .
    10. One bitcoin address for a wallet filled with deposited bitcoins from many bitcoin addresses. Checked. .
    11. All bitcoins deposited is owned and belong to one bitcoin address. Checked. .
    12. All bitcoin transactions are not recorded on the blockchain. Checked. .
    13. All bitcoin transactions happen in one wallet. Checked. .
    14. Is there a mechanism to guarantee that the spending bitcoin addresses still have the unspent coins to spend? No. ✘.
    15. Transactions can be made off-chain with confidence of on-blockchain enforceability. How this is possible? By sequencing billions of transactions in a 1MB blocksize. Segwit can make it possible.
    16. BIP104 mentioned segwit and the LN as off-chain transactions solutions. segwit soft fork is considered by many as bitcoin’s most practical option in the quest for scalability and can be implemented on the bitcoin blockchain.
    17. The LN would periodically need to anchor to the main bitcoin blockchain. This is a very conflicting argument. Shouldn’t the transactions be off-chain? Millions or billions of transactions in a block to be etched to the bitcoin blockchain? Really? Segwit can make it possible.
    18. Instantly swap bitcoin with other cryptocurrencies aka cross-chain atomic swaps with similar cryptographic hash function and heterogeneous blockchain consensus rules. Unproven. ❓
    19. Smart contract (scripting language) functionality in the blockchain to enable instant payments across a network of participants. Unproven. ❓
    20. Bidirectional Payment Channels. Why would the recipients be active in the transaction? A waste and useful rules.
    21. Coins can be exchanged, transacted off-chain, between parties just to keep the blockchain small. Really? It’s been about 170GB already! What a smart argument!

     


     

    [1] Albert Szmigielski, Parsing the unparsable: The case of missing P2SH addresses, Internal Paper, Blockchain Intelligence Group, 20170205, https://blockchaingroup.io/parsing-the-unparsable-the-case-of-missing-p2sh-addresses/

    [2] Jonald Fyookball, Mathematical Proof That the Lightning Network Cannot Be a Decentralized Bitcoin Scaling Solution, 20170627, https://medium.com/@jonaldfyookball/mathematical-proof-that-the-lightning-network-cannot-be-a-decentralized-bitcoin-scaling-solution-1b8147650800

     
  • the1uploader 3:05 am on 2018-05-09 Permalink  

    Market capitalisation of 1,716 cryptocurrencies, 9 May 2018 

    Market capitalisation of 1,716 cryptocurrencies on 9 May 2018

    Period 1: May 09, 2018 3:05 AM UTC
    Total Market Cap: $422,113,512,722

    Period 2: Jun 23, 2018 2:10 PM UTC
    Total Market Cap: 257,024,356,660

    Source: coinmarketcap.com


     

    coinmarketcap.com Total Market Cap: $422,113,512,722
    Last updated: May 09, 2018 3:05 AM UTC
    # Name Symbol Market Cap Price Circulating Supply
    1 Bitcoin BTC 155,119,415,589 9112.35 17,022,987
    2 Ethereum ETH 72,524,014,273 730.22 99,318,577
    3 Ripple XRP 30,982,206,766 0.790801 39,178,259,468
    4 Bitcoin Cash BCH 26,010,954,108 1519.55 17,117,538
    5 EOS EOS 14,798,314,473 17.56 842,963,838
    6 Litecoin LTC 8,754,258,175 155.09 56,447,038
    7 Cardano ADA 8,065,704,228 0.311092 25,927,070,538
    8 Stellar XLM 6,897,317,588 0.371302 18,576,031,338
    9 IOTA MIOTA 6,400,702,336 2.3 2,779,530,283
    10 TRON TRX 5,296,963,741 0.080565 65,748,111,645
    11 NEO NEO 4,834,479,000 74.38 65,000,000
    12 Monero XMR 3,514,027,225 219.46 16,011,862
    13 Dash DASH 3,494,081,762 433.49 8,060,296
    14 NEM XEM 3,309,354,000 0.367706 8,999,999,999
    15 VeChain VEN 2,498,872,861 4.75 525,899,138
    16 Ethereum Classic ETC 2,176,247,712 21.42 101,595,546
    17 Tether USDT 2,113,104,022 1 2,107,140,814
    18 Qtum QTUM 1,769,357,839 19.97 88,581,276
    19 ICON ICX 1,615,838,971 4.17 387,231,348
    20 OmiseGO OMG 1,602,833,382 15.71 102,042,552
    21 Binance Coin BNB 1,504,090,575 13.19 114,041,290
    22 Lisk LSK 1,249,625,236 11.82 105,691,747
    23 Zilliqa ZIL 1,167,210,992 0.160178 7,286,961,952
    24 Bitcoin Gold BTG 1,164,033,022 68.5 16,992,761
    25 Verge XVG 1,060,385,283 0.070813 14,974,464,858
    26 Zcash ZEC 1,050,360,569 271.04 3,875,369
    27 Aeternity AE 1,006,026,275 4.32 233,020,472
    28 Nano NANO 1,001,017,113 7.51 133,248,289
    29 Ontology ONT 962,578,053 8.55 112,625,171
    30 Siacoin SC 873,329,705 0.025458 34,305,399,374
    31 Steem STEEM 870,838,503 3.42 254,829,342
    32 0x ZRX 859,421,588 1.63 527,728,435
    33 Wanchain WAN 788,125,997 7.42 106,152,493
    34 BitShares BTS 781,774,657 0.298071 2,622,780,000
    35 Bytom BTM 755,021,442 0.764966 987,000,000
    36 Bitcoin Diamond BCD 724,847,619 4.72 153,525,500
    37 Stratis STRAT 711,913,506 7.2 98,848,045
    38 Populous PPT 709,467,106 19.17 37,004,027
    39 RChain RHOC 647,058,100 1.8 360,108,914
    40 Waves WAVES 629,127,000 6.29 100,000,000
    41 Maker MKR 612,101,751 990.09 618,228
    42 Decred DCR 601,339,276 84.15 7,145,743
    43 Dogecoin DOGE 581,484,183 0.005085 114,350,589,501
    44 Golem GNT 576,505,910 0.691037 834,262,000
    45 IOStoken IOST 546,678,720 0.065081 8,400,000,000
    46 Bitcoin Private BTCP 544,708,322 26.66 20,427,915
    47 Status SNT 528,509,565 0.152287 3,470,483,788
    48 Augur REP 488,419,800 44.4 11,000,000
    49 Hshare HSR 486,601,120 11.33 42,960,917
    50 DigixDAO DGD 472,628,000 236.31 2,000,000
    51 DigiByte DGB 464,308,079 0.045406 10,225,653,750
    52 Loopring LRC 457,045,971 0.798928 572,074,043
    53 Mixin XIN 454,264,355 1077.68 421,521
    54 Waltonchain WTC 430,053,297 13.81 31,144,099
    55 Pundi X NPXS 405,957,820 0.006586 61,642,599,759
    56 Aion AION 401,949,653 3.02 133,073,439
    57 Basic Attenti… BAT 376,336,000 0.376336 1,000,000,000
    58 aelf ELF 369,862,500 1.48 250,000,000
    59 Ardor ARDR 356,609,853 0.356967 998,999,495
    60 Komodo KMD 349,207,541 3.36 104,059,342
    61 Mithril MITH 347,997,047 1.14 305,054,522
    62 Nebulas NAS 334,106,830 9.41 35,500,000
    63 WaykiChain WICC 332,971,932 2.32 143,400,000
    64 Ark ARK 330,506,743 3.23 102,423,004
    65 Loom Network LOOM 329,528,195 0.569585 578,540,858
    66 Gas GAS 320,002,973 31.59 10,128,375
    67 KuCoin Shares KCS 316,032,781 4.17 75,730,576
    68 PIVX PIVX 304,548,767 5.42 56,152,720
    69 Kyber Network KNC 291,929,084 2.18 134,132,697
    70 Elastos ELA 280,807,822 54.75 5,129,266
    71 Ethos ETHOS 279,349,322 3.65 76,496,756
    72 ReddCoin RDD 267,521,744 0.009286 28,808,713,174
    73 MonaCoin MONA 266,831,488 4.5 59,327,000
    74 Cryptonex CNX 264,514,750 5.84 45,259,212
    75 Substratum SUB 262,297,760 0.684813 383,021,000
    76 FunFair FUN 262,201,171 0.053966 4,858,654,389
    77 Cortex CTXC 258,766,471 1.73 149,792,458
    78 QASH QASH 255,664,500 0.73047 350,000,000
    79 Syscoin SYS 254,141,811 0.47647 533,384,707
    80 Bancor BNT 250,626,210 4.86 51,545,209
    81 Dentacoin DCN 247,220,685 0.00076 325,226,613,094
    82 Centrality CENNZ 244,048,235 0.346865 703,582,763
    83 GXChain GXS 231,803,400 3.86 60,000,000
    84 Dragonchain DRGN 229,804,179 0.963855 238,421,940
    85 Fusion FSN 224,966,860 7.58 29,684,331
    86 Holo HOT 218,298,724 0.001639 133,214,575,156
    87 Storm STORM 214,031,016 0.052309 4,091,706,234
    88 Matrix AI Net… MAN 211,863,000 1.41 150,000,000
    89 Nxt NXT 207,425,355 0.207633 998,999,942
    90 WAX WAX 203,321,900 0.326972 621,832,756
    91 Veritaseum VERI 202,783,899 99.57 2,036,645
    92 SALT SALT 198,841,728 3.38 58,771,186
    93 BnkToTheFuture BFT 196,980,894 0.312673 629,990,099
    94 ZCoin XZC 196,939,765 41.85 4,706,388
    95 All Sports SOC 196,671,534 0.264254 744,251,871
    96 Enigma ENG 195,037,281 2.61 74,836,171
    97 Skycoin SKY 193,232,832 22.56 8,564,374
    98 Factom FCT 192,059,056 21.96 8,745,102
    99 Electroneum ETN 190,521,667 0.027495 6,929,320,495
    100 CyberMiles CMT 189,377,287 0.298759 633,879,774
    101 ChainLink LINK 185,712,800 0.530608 350,000,000
    102 Neblio NEBL 184,544,655 14.11 13,078,163
    103 Gifto GTO 178,694,710 0.415131 430,453,784
    104 Polymath POLY 176,818,856 0.736746 239,999,750
    105 Nexo NEXO 175,688,803 0.31373 560,000,010
    106 Power Ledger POWR 175,323,918 0.474795 369,262,352
    107 Nucleus Vision NCASH 172,185,955 0.041804 4,118,936,345
    108 Revain R 170,578,257 0.914874 186,450,000
    109 Achain ACT 168,591,616 0.352439 478,356,869
    110 Monaco MCO 166,999,232 10.57 15,793,831
    111 Request Network REQ 161,947,507 0.244279 662,961,235
    112 Byteball Bytes GBYTE 160,044,752 247.77 645,946
    113 Decentraland MANA 154,318,295 0.14695 1,050,141,509
    114 MaidSafeCoin MAID 154,178,271 0.340686 452,552,412
    115 DeepBrain Chain DBC 153,462,000 0.102308 1,500,000,000
    116 BitcoinDark BTCD 144,540,738 112.15 1,288,862
    117 TenX PAY 143,128,701 1.31 109,004,761
    118 Emercoin EMC 142,924,521 3.43 41,702,148
    119 Nuls NULS 142,910,800 3.57 40,000,000
    120 Huobi Token HT 142,461,070 2.85 50,000,200
    121 Cindicator CND 140,436,138 0.097122 1,445,976,590
    122 Storj STORJ 140,214,212 1.03 135,787,539
    123 POA Network POA 139,735,768 0.683459 204,453,768
    124 Iconomi ICN 137,881,741 1.39 99,156,976
    125 Bottos BTO 135,917,399 0.284933 477,015,294
    126 ZenCash ZEN 135,430,467 35.62 3,801,963
    127 Particl PART 135,027,892 15.07 8,962,782
    128 Civic CVC 132,517,279 0.386686 342,699,966
    129 Nexus NXS 131,924,805 2.31 57,149,147
    130 Time New Bank TNB 130,902,236 0.055428 2,361,679,677
    131 Quantstamp QSP 129,405,718 0.209627 617,314,171
    132 Kin KIN 127,090,927 0.000168 756,097,560,976
    133 Arcblock ABT 125,215,241 1.34 93,196,613
    134 Paypex PAYX 123,189,574 1.8 68,428,768
    135 iExec RLC RLC 122,688,473 1.53 80,070,793
    136 SIRIN LABS Token SRN 117,161,399 0.511046 229,258,029
    137 Ignis IGNIS 116,063,796 0.152486 761,143,950
    138 Dent DENT 115,711,509 0.010901 10,614,760,961
    139 Theta Token THETA 114,958,280 0.182881 628,596,079
    140 Aragon ANT 114,914,861 4.36 26,369,502
    141 Bluzelle BLZ 113,494,532 0.634306 178,927,098
    142 DigitalNote XDN 113,011,754 0.016363 6,906,500,263
    143 Scry.info DDD 112,884,729 0.376211 300,056,960
    144 Gnosis GNO 112,828,346 102.15 1,104,590
    145 Apex CPX 112,077,748 0.272414 411,424,333
    146 Ruff RUFF 111,956,297 0.121454 921,800,000
    147 Po.et POE 111,387,348 0.048918 2,277,026,355
    148 Genaro Network GNX 110,913,582 0.459942 241,146,889
    149 Metal MTL 110,876,666 4.58 24,212,368
    150 SmartMesh SMT 110,631,814 0.078256 1,413,716,694
    151 Dropil DROP 110,617,325 0.005894 18,769,377,216
    152 Enjin Coin ENJ 110,126,587 0.145633 756,192,535
    153 SingularityNET AGI 109,025,871 0.202022 539,673,260
    154 Santiment Net… SAN 108,870,515 1.74 62,660,371
    155 BOScoin BOS 107,757,087 0.242529 444,305,987
    156 TokenPay TPAY 107,359,769 6.99 15,349,543
    157 Vertcoin VTC 107,111,321 2.43 44,127,400
    158 GameCredits GAME 104,324,530 1.62 64,355,352
    159 High Performa… HPB 103,424,564 3.48 29,702,632
    160 SmartCash SMART 103,398,722 0.109451 944,703,306
    161 Ambrosus AMB 100,955,588 0.698215 144,590,975
    162 Game.com GTC 99,279,327 0.166336 596,860,133
    163 TomoChain TOMO 98,406,000 1.79 55,000,000
    164 Litecoin Cash LCC 98,227,349 0.172747 568,619,707
    165 SONM SNM 98,010,059 0.272553 359,600,000
    166 Delphy DPY 97,863,850 2.44 40,041,673
    167 Credits CS 97,185,361 0.705984 137,659,438
    168 BridgeCoin BCO 97,066,890 3.6 27,000,000
    169 IHT Real Esta… IHT 95,071,943 0.188452 504,488,907
    170 DEW DEW 93,605,641 0.90664 103,244,553
    171 Raiden Networ… RDN 93,563,561 1.86 50,168,936
    172 DATA DTA 93,200,887 0.020145 4,626,502,186
    173 Red Pulse RPX 92,100,395 0.114281 805,911,699
    174 SophiaTX SPHTX 92,077,001 0.479632 191,974,267
    175 Asch XAS 91,275,468 0.977721 93,355,331
    176 Dynamic Tradi… DTR 90,093,411 0.07495 1,202,053,264
    177 Bitcore BTX 89,624,696 5.78 15,497,235
    178 Ubiq UBQ 89,322,991 2.19 40,736,717
    179 Zebi ZCO 88,836,810 0.192707 460,994,203
    180 Blocknet BLOCK 84,434,601 16.45 5,133,177
    181 IoT Chain ITC 84,430,996 1.74 48,603,729
    182 THEKEY TKY 84,098,764 0.018668 4,504,993,287
    183 Ink INK 83,901,466 0.180857 463,910,527
    184 MediBloc [QRC20] MED 80,937,197 0.027285 2,966,384,100
    185 ETHLend LEND 80,295,672 0.073914 1,086,339,146
    186 Groestlcoin GRS 80,252,383 1.15 69,999,549
    187 Bibox Token BIX 79,854,020 0.765307 104,342,466
    188 Genesis Vision GVT 77,326,977 20.75 3,726,781
    189 Cube AUTO 76,798,363 0.012239 6,274,940,000
    190 Peercoin PPC 74,648,386 3.02 24,755,962
    191 PayPie PPP 74,578,020 0.903976 82,500,000
    192 NavCoin NAV 74,142,408 1.18 62,812,322
    193 Pillar PLR 73,817,292 0.324636 227,384,800
    194 OST OST 73,103,586 0.227197 321,762,988
    195 CRYPTO20 C20 72,953,621 1.84 39,673,719
    196 BLOCKv VEE 69,951,154 0.045677 1,531,433,921
    197 AirSwap AST 68,824,500 0.45883 150,000,000
    198 Streamr DATAcoin DATA 67,630,469 0.099875 677,154,514
    199 CloakCoin CLOAK 67,329,055 13.12 5,131,866
    200 Bread BRD 67,106,547 0.755171 88,862,718
    201 ZClassic ZCL 66,825,315 17.07 3,914,850
    202 Ripio Credit … RCN 66,515,980 0.135393 491,280,791
    203 AdEx ADX 65,274,753 0.88893 73,430,701
    204 BitBay BAY 64,199,594 0.063438 1,012,000,546
    205 Eidoo EDO 63,993,645 2.19 29,261,461
    206 Telcoin TEL 63,568,336 0.00216 29,433,600,818
    207 Einsteinium EMC2 62,481,198 0.288051 216,910,194
    208 SingularDTV SNGLS 61,861,200 0.103102 600,000,000
    209 Electra ECA 61,804,140 0.002488 24,842,290,222
    210 True Chain TRUE 61,183,000 2.45 25,000,000
    211 OriginTrail TRAC 61,156,213 0.227976 268,257,242
    212 Quantum Resis… QRL 59,917,000 1.15 52,000,000
    213 SpankChain SPANK 59,373,785 0.197884 300,043,386
    214 Odyssey OCN 58,333,800 0.029167 2,000,000,000
    215 AppCoins APPC 57,611,173 0.575799 100,054,312
    216 UTRUST UTK 56,029,257 0.190993 293,357,648
    217 district0x DNT 55,809,900 0.093017 600,000,000
    218 ION ION 55,732,353 2.65 21,011,175
    219 SaluS SLS 55,287,845 54.72 1,010,470
    220 Burst BURST 55,092,233 0.028457 1,936,008,977
    221 WePower WPR 54,822,597 0.128626 426,217,068
    222 Crypterium CRPT 54,673,051 0.694644 78,706,577
    223 Rock RKT 54,488,828 0.178551 305,172,351
    224 WaBi WABI 54,040,631 1.19 45,248,033
    225 Electrify.Asia ELEC 53,048,676 0.148288 357,740,853
    226 MediShares MDS 52,966,627 0.104522 506,750,987
    227 Edgeless EDG 52,794,659 0.643474 82,046,297
    228 DECENT DCT 52,147,509 1.02 51,306,089
    229 Oyster PRL 51,971,038 0.666578 77,966,926
    230 Viacoin VIA 51,491,368 2.24 23,029,473
    231 Republic Prot… REN 51,159,064 0.109421 467,543,377
    232 YEE YEE 50,946,254 0.037317 1,365,218,125
    233 VIBE VIBE 50,716,959 0.253694 199,913,907
    234 Internet Node… INT 50,706,600 0.338044 150,000,000
    235 Primecoin XPM 50,486,853 2.14 23,558,521
    236 INS Ecosystem INS 50,350,733 1.66 30,300,918
    237 Tierion TNT 50,348,263 0.117504 428,481,269
    238 Lympo LYM 50,057,037 0.074553 671,429,783
    239 NANJCOIN NANJ 49,988,526 0.002582 19,361,889,557
    240 Modum MOD 49,914,218 2.73 18,266,200
    241 Hydro Protocol HOT 49,802,407 0.070944 702,000,000
    242 Wings WINGS 49,278,851 0.549323 89,708,333
    243 Ravencoin RVN 49,116,153 0.048198 1,019,060,181
    244 LBRY Credits LBC 48,034,941 0.291274 164,913,245
    245 Trinity Netwo… TNC 47,800,333 0.143401 333,333,333
    246 DATx DATX 47,137,742 0.036492 1,291,745,816
    247 Jibrel Network JNT 46,914,900 0.312766 150,000,000
    248 MinexCoin MNX 46,913,445 12.58 3,730,395
    249 Pura PURA 46,805,482 0.269544 173,646,906
    250 Bodhi BOT 46,410,400 1.16 40,000,000
    251 QunQun QUN 45,382,784 0.056425 804,304,194
    252 BitRent RNTB 45,223,524 0.053726 841,750,000
    253 Counterparty XCP 45,030,342 17.21 2,616,446
    254 TokenCard TKN 44,582,498 1.84 24,227,117
    255 BABB BAX 44,418,421 0.00212 20,950,010,000
    256 Datum DAT 44,144,775 0.050118 880,811,506
    257 Bloom BLT 44,023,658 0.924043 47,642,434
    258 QLINK QLC 44,011,920 0.183383 240,000,000
    259 Lamden TAU 43,430,124 0.305382 142,215,728
    260 Wagerr WGR 42,733,794 0.233518 183,000,000
    261 Soarcoin SOAR 42,673,220 0.039603 1,077,533,090
    262 LinkEye LET 42,330,000 0.07055 600,000,000
    263 Dock DOCK 42,208,857 0.184681 228,550,076
    264 MobileGo MGO 42,118,793 0.429657 98,028,877
    265 NAGA NGC 41,840,185 0.725481 57,672,338
    266 Triggers TRIG 41,616,213 1.3 32,105,578
    267 EDUCare EKT 41,097,700 0.117422 350,000,000
    268 bitCNY BITCNY 41,061,576 0.155281 264,434,000
    269 YOYOW YOYOW 40,986,510 0.155639 263,343,444
    270 Gulden NLG 40,887,093 0.102974 397,062,300
    271 TaaS TAAS 40,583,865 4.98 8,146,001
    272 Etherparty FUEL 40,230,935 0.092332 435,722,753
    273 CPChain CPC 39,859,738 0.140467 283,765,852
    274 Blox CDT 39,594,639 0.060264 657,023,039
    275 Feathercoin FTC 39,513,601 0.197505 200,063,800
    276 Neurotoken NTK 39,219,208 0.484025 81,027,236
    277 Presearch PRE 38,878,495 0.250829 155,000,000
    278 Melon MLN 38,803,538 64.74 599,400
    279 TokenClub TCT 38,756,858 0.080504 481,425,335
    280 Metaverse ETP ETP 38,506,803 1.08 35,565,534
    281 BlockMason Cr… BCPT 37,929,173 0.524175 72,359,752
    282 Safe Exchange… SAFEX 37,841,156 0.024522 1,543,157,590
    283 Steem Dollars SBD 37,380,374 2.82 13,249,485
    284 Refereum RFR 36,875,400 0.015666 2,353,864,117
    285 Medicalchain MTN 36,726,200 0.19852 185,000,000
    286 Universa UTNP 36,674,646 0.020569 1,782,971,092
    287 KickCoin KICK 36,448,212 0.078279 465,617,496
    288 Lunyr LUN 36,305,159 15.8 2,297,853
    289 Sentinel SENT 36,300,830 0.019106 1,899,999,999
    290 Envion EVN 36,057,224 0.331314 108,830,970
    291 Experience Po… XP 35,857,832 0.000158 227,279,156,206
    292 Tokenomy TEN 35,658,952 0.286171 124,607,148
    293 Cobinhood COB 35,616,140 0.098309 362,287,317
    294 Proxeus XES 35,491,366 0.179032 198,240,350
    295 CyberVein CVT 35,241,544 0.044845 785,845,244
    296 Sentinel Chain SENC 35,127,184 0.178047 197,291,639
    297 Mobius MOBI 33,938,574 0.090105 376,657,502
    298 ECC ECC 33,926,500 0.001357 25,000,000,000
    299 Namecoin NMC 33,519,121 2.27 14,736,400
    300 Banca BANCA 33,337,385 0.00285 11,698,970,018
    301 Viberate VIB 33,281,915 0.198044 168,053,133
    302 Dai DAI 33,239,576 0.999425 33,258,700
    303 CasinoCoin CSC 32,945,699 0.000916 35,973,085,511
    304 Switcheo SWH 32,479,180 0.066039 491,818,909
    305 DeepOnion ONION 32,364,532 2.15 15,054,251
    306 Havven HAV 32,320,645 0.533954 60,530,766
    307 Unikoin Gold UKG 32,229,596 0.228138 141,272,371
    308 Bitcoin Green BITG 32,186,365 10.46 3,076,796
    309 Bankex BKX 31,774,817 0.453086 70,129,770
    310 Elastic XEL 31,544,839 0.344289 91,623,140
    311 Boolberry BBR 31,462,574 2.74 11,481,350
    312 STK STK 31,273,215 0.091486 341,834,575
    313 SwftCoin SWFTC 31,190,425 0.017823 1,750,000,000
    314 adToken ADT 31,076,340 0.051794 600,000,000
    315 FirstBlood 1ST 30,435,251 0.355725 85,558,371
    316 Shift SHIFT 30,326,006 2.52 12,010,680
    317 SunContract SNC 30,270,074 0.252956 119,665,373
    318 Zoin ZOI 29,789,913 1.69 17,622,579
    319 Aeon AEON 29,674,400 1.88 15,808,725
    320 HTMLCOIN HTML 29,307,776 0.000445 65,877,343,748
    321 ugChain UGC 29,252,304 0.051424 568,842,039
    322 Dimecoin DIME 29,104,809 0.000054 539,096,740,560
    323 MedicCoin MEDIC 28,750,267 0.159842 179,866,788
    324 Stox STX 28,678,324 0.66526 43,108,445
    325 Trade Token TIO 28,620,914 0.318288 89,921,436
    326 Zeusshield ZSC 28,557,351 0.024764 1,153,170,765
    327 Cofound.it CFI 28,276,333 0.087004 325,000,000
    328 Legolas Exchange LGO 28,187,961 0.235615 119,635,679
    329 Spectre.ai Di… SXDT 28,158,275 0.343086 82,073,519
    330 XTRABYTES XBY 28,086,396 0.065317 430,000,000
    331 COSS COSS 28,061,049 0.236183 118,810,622
    332 AI Doctor AIDOC 27,821,623 0.062756 443,330,796
    333 ColossusXT COLX 27,716,822 0.002549 10,873,350,234
    334 PotCoin POT 27,712,948 0.126034 219,884,695
    335 Mercury MER 27,563,200 0.275632 100,000,000
    336 Humaniq HMQ 27,542,241 0.169113 162,862,944
    337 Zeepin ZPT 27,491,408 0.093563 293,827,778
    338 Peerplays PPY 27,373,705 6.9 3,967,687
    339 Storiqa STQ 27,170,870 0.003498 7,767,544,247
    340 Propy PRO 27,098,905 1.55 17,475,047
    341 Sharder SS 26,843,535 0.094759 283,282,765
    342 Mothership MSP 26,834,500 0.191675 140,000,000
    343 Synereo AMP 26,689,343 0.264963 100,728,564
    344 Monetha MTH 26,591,061 0.122249 217,515,567
    345 Unobtanium UNO 26,455,996 133.2 198,613
    346 UpToken UP 26,428,548 0.186159 141,967,607
    347 Decision Token HST 26,428,206 0.825211 32,025,998
    348 Qbao QBT 26,423,467 0.404329 65,351,403
    1015 Aurora DAO AURA 26,231,913 0.257409 101,907,520
    349 Everex EVX 26,111,415 1.58 16,500,000
    350 HempCoin THC 26,060,925 0.113073 230,478,760
    351 XinFin Network XDCE 25,896,720 0.007454 3,474,218,469
    352 I/O Coin IOC 25,880,865 1.55 16,699,594
    353 Matchpool GUP 25,787,475 0.343833 75,000,000
    354 ODEM ODE 25,702,130 0.144815 177,482,511
    355 Phore PHR 25,576,934 1.96 13,019,299
    356 SHIELD XSH 25,501,811 0.052938 481,730,692
    357 Blocktix TIX 25,251,840 0.631296 40,000,000
    358 Bean Cash BITB 24,796,996 0.009924 2,498,740,000
    359 Energo TSL 24,771,563 0.042561 582,029,029
    360 LEOcoin LEO 24,740,184 0.243163 101,743,211
    361 Measurable Da… MDT 24,191,977 0.081936 295,256,357
    362 DMarket DMT 23,861,167 0.47517 50,216,064
    363 EchoLink EKO 23,854,174 0.063985 372,810,007
    364 Pepe Cash PEPECASH 23,754,422 0.033844 701,884,009
    365 SpaceChain SPC 23,330,154 0.045302 514,991,707
    366 Alphacat ACAT 23,279,146 0.008343 2,790,428,084
    367 Agrello DLT 23,254,276 0.270465 85,978,873
    368 StakeNet XSN 22,469,151 0.393626 57,082,486
    369 BlackCoin BLK 22,216,574 0.289171 76,828,501
    370 ShipChain SHIP 22,143,266 0.129959 170,386,556
    371 ProChain PRA 22,045,362 0.444797 49,562,749
    372 Karma KRM 21,921,601 0.012296 1,782,809,241
    373 Hive Project HVN 21,915,713 0.058442 375,000,000
    374 U Network UUU 21,795,399 0.003809 5,721,823,645
    375 Moeda Loyalty… MDA 21,716,028 1.11 19,628,888
    376 Crown CRW 21,696,966 1.18 18,336,911
    377 Bitcoin Atom BCA 21,577,131 1.2 17,992,488
    378 Pascal Coin PASC 21,529,241 1.06 20,344,000
    379 Fortuna FOTA 21,482,586 0.053762 399,586,067
    380 DADI DADI 21,444,183 0.27506 77,961,839
    381 TE-FOOD TFD 21,409,473 0.046051 464,911,926
    382 Selfkey KEY 20,923,903 0.010941 1,912,500,536
    383 Hi Mutual Soc… HMC 20,921,752 0.051774 404,100,000
    384 OneRoot Network RNT 20,819,225 0.088123 236,252,688
    385 Omni OMNI 20,751,628 36.99 560,973
    386 WeTrust TRST 20,591,833 0.223466 92,147,500
    387 Lykke LKK 20,531,506 0.065429 313,797,770
    388 Numeraire NMR 20,503,581 15.2 1,349,328
    389 Olympus Labs MOT 20,451,170 0.5288 38,674,679
    390 Diamond DMD 20,337,725 7.34 2,769,702
    391 Matryx MTX 20,286,545 0.873505 23,224,303
    392 Primas PST 20,128,461 0.393134 51,200,000
    393 Mooncoin MOON 20,112,033 0.00009 224,111,230,709
    394 GridCoin GRC 19,980,695 0.051192 390,312,753
    395 PACcoin $PAC 19,673,975 0.005423 3,627,796,366
    396 Blackmoon BMC 19,647,724 0.928742 21,155,202
    397 Pure PURE 19,646,996 2.02 9,743,021
    398 Guaranteed Et… GETX 19,644,750 0.065483 300,000,000
    399 ATMChain ATM 19,644,501 0.004215 4,660,285,460
    400 Aeron ARN 19,599,970 1.51 13,000,000
    401 VeriCoin VRC 19,543,975 0.631444 30,951,241
    402 Cappasity CAPP 19,520,469 0.047157 413,948,999
    403 Blockport BPT 19,512,967 0.375387 51,980,933
    404 indaHash IDH 19,428,384 0.048579 399,936,259
    405 Flash FLASH 19,262,700 0.021403 900,000,000
    406 CoinPoker CHP 19,170,330 0.082534 232,272,469
    407 Banyan Network BBN 19,142,397 0.122365 156,436,867
    408 OracleChain OCT 19,122,120 0.637404 30,000,000
    409 Ormeus Coin ORME 19,077,948 1.12 17,029,321
    410 Radium RADS 19,038,471 5.47 3,482,549
    411 Restart Energ… MWAT 18,958,653 0.045684 415,000,000
    412 OAX OAX 18,811,707 0.75219 25,009,250
    413 carVertical CV 18,734,555 0.003356 5,582,955,241
    414 SIBCoin SIB 18,697,048 1.12 16,725,452
    415 DIMCOIN DIM 18,616,188 0.008854 2,102,485,837
    416 RevolutionVR RVR 18,455,031 0.087881 210,000,000
    417 FairCoin FAIR 18,392,937 0.345772 53,193,831
    418 AICHAIN AIT 18,055,999 0.033745 535,067,071
    419 LATOKEN LA 17,914,671 0.221067 81,037,294
    420 Datawallet DXT 17,888,099 0.045841 390,222,225
    421 PRIZM PZM 17,686,655 0.981614
    422 Divi DIVX 17,559,326 3.29 5,343,207
    423 WhiteCoin XWC 17,493,334 0.070274 248,931,097
    424 BitClave CAT 17,479,311 0.034861 501,394,406
    425 Aphelion APH 17,397,210 0.479617 36,273,130
    426 Zap ZAP 17,389,828 0.163597 106,296,740
    427 Expanse EXP 17,366,242 2.2 7,906,397
    428 SolarCoin SLR 17,354,425 0.407583 42,578,873
    429 E-Dinar Coin EDR 17,352,297 0.01958 886,211,988
    430 Databits DTB 17,240,883 0.757914 22,747,809
    431 PolySwarm NCT 17,146,397 0.011678 1,468,214,570
    432 Bee Token BEE 17,080,334 0.10197 167,503,522
    433 FlorinCoin FLO 17,076,721 0.118677 143,892,422
    434 Tao XTO 17,073,743 0.518841 32,907,468
    435 ALQO ALQO 16,929,685 0.420574 40,253,761
    436 MktCoin MLM 16,857,546 0.015259 1,104,775,312
    437 Rentberry BERRY 16,753,150 0.065529 255,661,264
    438 Uquid Coin UQC 16,752,300 1.68 10,000,000
    439 Covesting COV 16,712,938 0.955025 17,500,000
    440 XPA XPA 16,623,574 0.290735 57,177,751
    441 MonetaryUnit MUE 16,379,649 0.125277 130,747,453
    442 Pareto Network PARETO 15,966,522 0.065256 244,676,649
    443 Incent INCNT 15,872,967 0.34494 46,016,602
    1016 Grid+ GRID 15,872,259 0.404528 39,236,491
    1017 Credo CREDO 15,857,007 0.028837 549,891,703
    444 SureRemit RMT 15,769,600 0.031539 500,000,000
    445 Nimiq Exchang… NET 15,711,780 1.5 10,500,000
    446 Myriad XMY 15,608,157 0.009923 1,572,960,500
    447 bitUSD BITUSD 15,422,527 0.983636 15,679,100
    448 Rubycoin RBY 15,399,148 0.601507 25,600,946
    449 Bismuth BIS 14,925,950 1.53 9,729,831
    450 Devery EVE 14,858,623 0.236157 62,918,410
    1018 MUSE MUSE 14,674,109 1.01 14,581,806
    451 Hacken HKN 14,508,989 3.02 4,801,900
    452 EncrypGen DNA 14,467,019 0.235347 61,471,013
    453 Neumark NEU 14,380,939 0.500692 28,722,127
    454 aXpire AXP 14,213,408 0.053636 265,000,000
    455 iXledger IXT 14,192,537 0.396674 35,778,844
    456 LoMoCoin LMC 14,156,634 0.060901 232,452,462
    457 Bounty0x BNTY 14,103,081 0.10224 137,940,937
    458 Linda LINDA 14,079,088 0.001563 9,008,079,953
    459 Auctus AUC 14,037,492 0.848465 16,544,574
    460 SwissBorg CHSB 14,030,746 0.024367 575,821,133
    461 Maecenas ART 13,998,926 0.464307 30,150,150
    462 BitSend BSD 13,884,853 0.727446 19,087,125
    463 Polybius PLBT 13,878,671 3.5 3,969,565
    464 Titanium BAR TBAR 13,869,900 0.320896 43,222,416
    465 DecentBet DBET 13,854,780 0.111115 124,688,659
    466 Dovu DOVU 13,708,351 0.185767 73,793,250
    467 NoLimitCoin NLC2 13,653,426 0.065726 207,732,497
    468 LUXCoin LUX 13,533,395 8.15 1,661,010
    469 Clams CLAM 13,493,562 4.45 3,031,253
    470 Smartlands SLT 13,361,439 2.62 5,100,896
    471 Payfair PFR 13,349,508 0.149995 88,999,687
    472 Elixir ELIX 13,270,026 0.420121 31,586,201
    473 ICOS ICOS 13,122,081 23.04 569,587
    474 REBL REBL 13,089,682 0.077227 169,496,181
    475 BitDegree BDG 13,032,829 0.036757 354,569,198
    476 Fluz Fluz FLUZ 12,974,595 0.063359 204,780,000
    477 Quantum QAU 12,949,688 0.172969 74,867,103
    478 Oxycoin OXY 12,937,794 0.119239 108,503,040
    479 OKCash OK 12,676,019 0.171295 74,001,103
    480 Block Array ARY 12,611,717 0.184299 68,430,738
    481 Etheroll DICE 12,600,120 1.8 7,001,623
    482 CoinFi COFI 12,490,041 0.071737 174,109,742
    483 Leadcoin LDC 12,459,952 0.015885 784,399,592
    484 Cashaa CAS 12,449,072 0.033058 376,581,591
    485 Patientory PTOY 12,397,350 0.177105 70,000,000
    486 FedoraCoin TIPS 12,381,935 0.000058 212,269,865,434
    487 Rise RISE 12,379,409 0.099675 124,197,860
    488 NeosCoin NEOS 12,266,868 3.23 3,795,642
    489 U.CASH UCASH 12,225,699 0.006628 1,844,678,441
    490 Hexx HXX 12,215,092 7.59 1,610,001
    491 Lendingblock LND 12,189,880 0.024075 506,331,495
    492 Paragon PRG 12,121,126 0.18383 65,936,605
    493 eBoost EBST 12,079,280 0.603964 20,000,000
    494 Swarm City SWT 12,025,025 1.47 8,153,333
    495 TrueUSD TUSD 11,923,681 0.994991 11,983,708
    496 Effect.AI EFX 11,918,865 0.061543 193,668,526
    497 Polis POLIS 11,918,185 5.95 2,002,565
    498 Energycoin ENRG 11,881,695 0.097505 121,857,788
    499 Musicoin MUSIC 11,867,166 0.015932 744,858,868
    500 Zilla ZLA 11,844,575 0.307918 38,466,654
    501 Snovio SNOV 11,804,613 0.029149 404,980,448
    502 FoldingCoin FLDC 11,781,448 0.019813 594,644,215
    503 SportyCo SPF 11,701,345 0.222453 52,601,425
    504 Nexium NXC 11,569,364 0.173921 66,520,799
    505 Debitum DEB 11,546,756 0.061002 189,283,937
    506 Rialto XRL 11,504,440 0.150031 76,680,420
    507 LALA World LALA 11,409,697 0.061475 185,599,885
    508 DubaiCoin DBIX 11,319,914 5.07 2,232,901
    509 DomRaider DRT 11,285,465 0.019079 591,500,000
    1019 EXRNchain EXRN 11,276,028 0.000122 92,500,000,000
    510 Interplanetar… IPBC 11,267,570 0.242748 46,416,735
    511 Remme REM 11,256,389 0.018751 600,295,910
    512 Worldcore WRC 11,064,561 0.063187 175,109,299
    513 FintruX Network FTX 10,980,147 0.221807 49,503,157
    514 CVCoin CVCOIN 10,832,147 1.1 9,837,033
    515 Pluton PLU 10,817,009 12.73 850,000
    516 Syndicate SYNX 10,794,284 0.552656 19,531,650
    517 GoldCoin GLD 10,779,256 0.26286 41,007,592
    518 Insights Network INSTAR 10,672,171 0.084936 125,650,157
    519 Aventus AVT 10,624,680 1.77 6,000,000
    520 Stealth XST 10,616,284 0.36915 28,758,727
    521 CargoX CXO 10,586,644 0.082022 129,071,409
    1020 IDEX Membership IDXM 10,525,020 5262.51 2,000
    522 Gambit GAM 10,470,985 8.72 1,200,279
    523 GoByte GBX 10,414,499 7.22 1,443,143
    524 Golos GOLOS 10,367,132 0.083258 124,518,891
    525 AurumCoin AU 10,261,245 34.44 297,906
    526 Waves Communi… WCT 10,208,369 1.02 9,969,597
    527 The ChampCoin TCC 10,165,115 0.0616