It appears that amendment 171 (disapproval of similar packaging) has been dropped by the EU parliament, approval for cell based cheese protein may be easier to get than expected, and probably any cellular meat as well due to the influence of environmentalist and animal rights campaigners on the EU parliament.
Contrary to you Kevin, I think chartist have too much influence over any cryptocurrency, since there are no fundamentals. Something has to change between Bitcoin and the Nasdaq, I understand that Bitcoin has a lower inflation rate than fiat, but does it have to mirror the Nasdaq, it makes no sense being s risk on asset when it should be a risk off asset like gold.
Since there are no fundamentals to Bitcoin, it must valued on it's scarcity and de-centralised functionality and independence of all government. As long as it has a slower inflation rate than sovereign currency, it ought to be as highly valued, as a scarce commodity. The hiccup we have experienced last week ought to be over pretty soon.
I cannot believe that we are entering a bear market, but if we listen to these charting traders we are nearly there. Technical analysis seems to be leading the downtrend, not taking into account any fiat FUD. I expect Bitcoin to de couple from the ups and downs of the Nasdaq, and follow commodities since it is considered to be gold 2.0, and more of a scarce commodity than a currency, but what do I know. ( not a trader).
Why can it not be sold as meat since it is of the same cellular structure, we have pork meat and sheep meat, why not ------ meat, the origin of the cellular structure on the packaging will also have to be defined such as beef or salmon etc.
If cell ag is to compete then it has to compete on price, yes in the beginning there will be niche markets, these markets eventually will have an influence on the price beef and pork etc., one more eating shark meat is one less eating beef , and perhaps cheaper imported beef at that.
I am in the same situation and regarded as a retail investor to which we are allocated additional rights over a professional investors, such as being part of the FCA compensation scheme which in my case would only represent a small part of my portfolio, I think this is a ridiculous excuse, but it looks as if the placing has been well over subscribed and if we retail investors were part of it we would only have had a fraction of what we would have asked for.
I agree with a lot of what you have written, but there is a timescale of between 10 and 50 years in the article, and 5 trillion one hopefully can assume is the present size of the meat market. Any intrusion into the North American and European meat markets, you will find they will be the first to collapse and convert to factory produced meat, The poor countries of which there are less each year will b e the last to convert unless there is a significant difference in price between local meat and ethical meat. As for bubbles I hope we get one.
Low sentiment= buy High sentiment= sell Markets always turn, sometimes quite quickly. I personally do not think we have reached a long term bear market yet, and I have been in this share since last year.
Since the margins of beef fattening in western Europe is so thin, I can imagine a rapid collapse happening, this would require a rapid expansion of beef imports from lower cost parts of the world, and we would be accused of exporting our climate methane obligations, or the meat can be produced in a factory, it seems obvious which choice the governments will make, expect a lot of money to come into factory meat production, and I can well expect if all goes according to plan a substantial rise in the share price of agronomics.
It is up to the miner to become a green miner, just like Argo is trying to China and America"s regulators are starting to look favourably on crypto currencies, saying Bitcoin is a store of value. This change in the regulatory environment is bullish for Bitcoin. After all they cannot go against their masters, the financial institutions.