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Monday, September 12, 2016

BITCOIN WAS GOING to change the world until it wasn’t. But now it is again.

Oh sure, you’ve heard this before. Back in 2013, everyone was sure bitcoin was the next big thing. Then the world’s largest bitcoin exchange, Mt. Gox, imploded, and everyone was sure bitcoin was dead. Pundits tend to think that way: you’re It, or you’re not. The reality of it is a little different. Despite the travails of Mt. Gox—and the Silk Road, the online drug bazaar that relied so heavily on bitcoin—the digital currency never went away. Today, it’s thriving like never before. And some say this is the year it finally reaches the mainstream.

As a currency driven not by a central government but by a vast network of independent computers spread across the globe, bitcoin has been slowed by regulatory problems—particularly in the US. But these are easing, with regulators in New York leading the way. Ultimately, bitcoin can still provide a much cheaper and simpler way of moving money from place to place, particularly when you’re a consumer or business moving it across international borders or a retailer accepting payments from online buyers.

The price of bitcoin stands at $434, well below the high of $1,216 it reached in late 2013. But it’s not the price that matters. What matters is whether people are using bitcoin, and more than ever, they are. Check out the graph below, which shows the number of daily bitcoin transactions. The usage has hit a record high, and in December, compared to the same time a year ago, the average number of daily transactions more than doubled.

A lot of this “usage” is mere speculation—people betting the price of bitcoin will rise. And as bitcoin watcher Tim Swanson explains, many transactions may simply be users shuffling the location of their funds for whatever reason. But according to Coinbase—the San Francisco outfit that runs the world’s largest bitcoin exchange, operates 2.8 million bitcoin wallets globally, and drives bitcoin payments for major retailers like Dell and Overstock.com—about 20 percent of the activity on its network now involves payments or uses as a currency. That may seem small, but it’s up significantly from previous years and continues to rise. “Things are going up and to the right,” says Adam White, vice president of business development and strategy at Coinbase.

In recent months, bitcoin grabbed tremendous attention because its underlying technology, the blockchain, also can be used to reinvent the exchange of stock and other financial securities. The blockchain is essentially a database running across a vast array of independent machines. With bitcoin, it oversees the exchange of money. But it can oversee the exchange of anything that holds value, including stocks, bonds, and futures as well as houses and car titles. Several outfits, from the company that oversees the Nasdaq stock exchange to online retailer Overstock.com, are now building systems that can use the blockchain in this way. But this doesn’t preclude the use of bitcoin as a currency.
In September, several big names in finance and banking invested in the bitcoin startup Chain. This included Nasdaq, Citi Ventures, Capital One Financial, and Visa. All Chain’s investors, says company CEO Adam Ludwin, are commercial clients or prospective commercial clients. In other words, they’re companies that want Chain’s help building bitcoin technologies. Some, like Nasdaq, see bitcoin as a way of trading stock and other financial securities. But Ludwin says his investors are just as bullish on bitcoin as a currency.

“What we’ve built—and only work on with most of our partners—are blockchains that can issue assets of many different kinds,” he says. “You have to be able to trade not only one security for another, but for currencies. What you will see are networks that can handle transactions involving all currencies as well as other types of financial instruments.”

And Chain is hardly the only company pushing the digital currency forward. Coinbase, for instance, just unveiled the country’s first bitcoin debit card, which can help drive the digital currency toward the mainstream in more ways than one. According to the company, more than 7,500 people have signed up for the card since it launched in late November. Using this piece of plastic, they’ve spent more than $50,000 worth of bitcoin.

That’s not a lot—yet. But the Coinbase card lets people spend bitcoin anywhere that accepts a VISA card. The hope is that this will encourage more people to spend their bitcoin, rather than just speculate in the currency. And if that happens, more businesses will begin to accept bitcoin without the VISA. After all, that’s far less expensive than paying the fees associated with credit card transactions. As more businesses catch on, the cycle repeats.

As Coinbase’s Adam White sees it, 2015 was the year that the blockchain moved beyond digital currency. Many observers saw this as bitcoin’s “great pivot“—where its true purpose moved away from online money. But White believes that 2016 is the year the pundits realize that the digital currency can still change the world.

“We’re going to come full circle back to bitcoin,” he says. “In 2015, we saw a lot of financial institutions, banks, thought leaders say: ‘It’s not about bitcoin, it’s about blockchain.’ That is a mistruth.”

Bitcoin price continues gearing up for advance as they short trades are being liquidated.

The screenshot immediately above is of an OKCoin forced liquidation that happened shortly after the last push higher on 9 Sept. Right-click on the image, open it in a new tab, and prepare to be shocked.

I’m not posting this to mock the trader or to celebrate that loss. My reasons for posting this are four-fold and serve as a reality check and by way of learning from others’ mistakes (rather than our own!):

1) to show that these things happen. It is an astonishing amount of money that was lost by the trader and went into direct ownership of the OKCoin company. 6519 BTC is the equivalent of $4mil (USD) at the liquidation price of ~$628.85.

2) just because you’re a tuna, dolphin or large wallet in the market does not mean you have a good idea of where price is going

3) there are multiple reasons why that trade was poor: its direction was wrong and the loss should never have been allowed to run to forced liquidation. In other words the trader lacked method, money management and risk control measures

4) there is no rational justification for ever placing an order of that size and value in the market. 6500 BTC (or ~40,000 contracts) does not match the liquidity in the market. OKCoin futures has fairly high liquidity, but to comfortably get in and out of position traders should not exceed max position sizes of 1000 contracts (8 BTC at 20x leverage and 16 BTC at 10x leverage at current price of $620).

A trade of this kind of position size (8 BTC margin at 20x leverage, i.e. 1000 contracts) will yield 4 BTC over a $20 long price movement – and even more to the short side. That is ample profit for a trade and as much as we should reasonably expect in this market.

Presumably the trader is worth more than $4mil. I invite this trader to xbt.social for a simple introduction to rational market participation and to never misunderstand market direction ever again.

Summary

Bitcoin price continues advancing even while most of the market is trapped short. At $680 most will go long, but not the readers of this analysis post. Precluding a surge to $900, from $680 we’d expect to see price revisit $600 brfore The Big One.

Bitstamp Depth Chart and Buy/Sell Volume

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Thursday, September 1, 2016

GOING DEEPER: 5 BITCOIN PROJECTS THAT WILL MAKE PAYMENTS MORE ANONYMOUS

One of Bitcoin’s unique characteristics is its ability to transact anonymously. Because of this, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and law makers agree that it can be taken advantage of by people who want to use bitcoin for illegal operations.

Bitcoin believers, however, disagree and there are even a proliferation of projects emerging that are aimed at preserving and even upgrading bitcoin’s property as a super private and untraceable payment system. Despite the disagreement, bitcoin’s anonymous feature may serve a real need. “As bitcoin becomes more mainstream, it becomes an issue of how to fix consumer privacy,” says Ian Miers, a graduate researcher at Johns Hopkins.

Now, let’s take a look at five projects that are seeking to make bitcoin remain, and even improve, anonymity.

Dark Wallet

The first day of May saw the launch of Cody Wilson’s Dark Wallet with Amir Taaki and the anarchist group unSystem. The project has two particular methods for protecting the users’ identities: “CoinJoin” and “stealth addresses”.

In CoinJoin, every time a user makes a payment with Dark Wallet, the program is set by default to combine the transaction with another Dark wallet user attempting to make a payment at the same time. This transaction will be encrypted so finding out who paid whom becomes more difficult.

On the other hand, stealth addresses happens when a user publishes an invisible address instead of a normal bitcoin address as her public bitcoin address. Any money sent by another Dark Wallet user to that address goes through an extra obfuscating process.

Shared Coin

Unlike Dark Wallet’s automatic feature to mix up its users’ coin to foil surveillance, Shared Coin’s is not enabled by default. Shared Coin is already in use by Blockchain.info and it also implements Coin Join to protect transactions as big as 50 BTCs.

Dark Coin

Dark Coin’s approach is to create a new bitcoin altogether, starting with privacy as a first principle. Dark Coin is actually a cryptocurrency launched in January and it already has 4.1 million in circulation. Dark Coin also implements Coin Join, though they call it DarkSend. The difference is that it uses a distributed collection of servers around its network that negotiate Coin Join’s multiparty payments.

Zerocoin

Cryptography researchers at Johns Hopkins plan to launch Zerocoin. It is another crypto-currency that uses a technique much stronger than Dark Wallet or DarkCoin’s to anonymize its coins.

Zerocoin uses “zero knowledge proofs,” a decades-old trick that can prove that the mathematical statement is true without revealing the contents of what’s being computed.

Tor Integration

This is an anonymity software which triple encrypts users’ Internet traffic and bounces it through servers around the world to obscure its origin. Some bitcoin wallets already integrating Tor and Dark Wallet is actually planning to add Tor to the future versions of their software.

Just when you thought bitcoin’s anonymity is enough to secure your transaction, you find more phishers and hackers looking for more holes to break it. This is why these software and programs are created. With these developments, anonymity in crypto-currencies will be even harder to break.

Antshares Blockchain Based Ledger Protocol for Financial Applications Launches Successful ICO

Bitcoin Press Release: Antshares is the latest development in the Blockchain ecosystem that creates a bridge between a cryptocurrency driven financial system and real world assets. In its ongoing ICO, the platform has raised over 4400 BTC under 2 weeks.

August 29, 2016 Shanghai China – A blockchain based digital assets platform,Antshares is leveraging the power of distributed ledger technology to create a peer to peer platform that allows people to collaborate, build and share financial assets on a decentralized network.
The platform is currently in the process of running a highly successful ICO where it has already raised over 4400 bitcoins within two weeks. The ICO began on August 8, 2016 and will continue till September 7, 2016.
Overview of the Antshares Platform and its features
Antshares bridges the gap between digital and traditional financial ecosystems by allowing the creation of digital assets and conversion of real-world financial assets to virtual ones. People can register, deposit, transfer, trade and even make settlement of digital assets over Antshares network.
E-contracts and Fiat Currency Support
Activities on Antshares network are registered as e-contracts on the underlying distributed ledger. These e-contracts can be used to maintain a record of transactions and rights associated with digital assets like equities, claims, securities, financial contracts, credit points, bills and currencies. E-contracts have to be signed and verified by both the sender and the recipient, just like in real world to ensure compliance with existing legal, regulatory and compliance structures. Unlike other blockchain based financial asset platforms that use cryptocurrencies for transactions and value exchange, Antshares allows people to use fiat currency over its blockchain. The use of fiat currency makes the platform stable, unaffected by the volatility of digital currencies while being perfectly in sync with the conventional financial system.
User-controlled Identity Authentication
Antshares platform closely matches with the existing structures to ensure ease of migration from conventional documentation procedures to digital ones. The user-controlled identity authentication allows parties to the contracts to request for a digital signature from others to verify the identity of those involved in the process. The digital signatures are registered on the blockchain and it is accessible only by the parties involved in the transaction.
Joint Bookkeeping
Antshares deviates from the existing bookkeeping norms set by the likes of Bitcoin, Ethereum and Bitshares by allowing joint book-keeping where more than one person is involved in the process. In this process, the bookkeeping nodes are generated following an internal consensus, ensuring consistency and finality of the decision, which is further reinforced by voting. The joint bookkeeping process is favorable to organizations and companies where the power to make decisions lies in the hands of more than one person.
Antshares dBFT Consensus Algorithm
The use distributed Byzantine Fault Tolerance (dBFT) Consensus Algorithm increases the fault tolerance of the distributed ledger. It allows Antshares to separate bookkeeping nodes from ordinary listening nodes that match orders and generate blocks to be added later on to the bookkeeping node. It also makes the platform more energy and time efficient.
Division of Labor of Nodes
The blockchain network in Antshares is further optimized by the clear demarcation of tasks to prevent unnecessary exploitation of members’ storage space and processing power. The bookkeeping nodes and full nodes are operated and maintained by service providers. They are responsible for storing and handling complete copies of the blockchain while individual users can access the network and conduct necessary operations using either a light node or a browser interface.
Scalability
The low latency and high throughput architecture of Antshares, brought about by the use of weak trust based consensus mechanism will allow unlimited scalability of the network. With a block interval of 15 seconds, Antshares blockchain is capable of processing tens of thousands of requests per minute. Antshares private blockchains can be customized by organizations to meet their specific requirements.
Superconducting Transactions
In order to cut the processing time and power, the order book-keeping and order matching is delegated to a secondary layer of the blockchain instead of core bookkeeping nodes. The use of multiple layers offers greater control over transactions to Antshares users. During a transaction, orders are matched by the secondary layer of the blockchain, which then sends it to the primary book-keeping nodes for clearance and settlement. Users can decide to cancel a transaction by launching a double spend attack before the transaction is cleared by book-keeping nodes.
Antshares and AntCoin
Antshare is a digital asset representing the ownership of the Antshares platform. In order to facilitate payment of fees and other transactions for the platform’s operations, Antshares has dedicated another crypto-token called AntCoin. The platform has fixed the total number of Antshares and AntCoins at 100 million, with the smallest unit of the asset being 1 Antshare.
Applications
Few potential applications of Antshares include:
Equity Crowdfunding
Peer-to-Peer Lending
Digital Asset Exchange
Loyalty Programs
Supply-Chain Financing
ICO
Antshares is already halfway through its highly successful month-long ICO process. Within two weeks of launch, the platform has raised over 4400 bitcoins. It is the first fully refundable ICO where the investor may choose to quit and withdraw the funds any time before the launch of Antshares software. In order to maintain transparency and accountability, the platform has partnered with two reputable cryptocurrency exchanges – HaoBTC and Digital Assets Coalition Asia. Each platform holds one of the three keys to the multi-signature ICO wallet.
Those interested in participating in the ICO can do so at the following link.
Allocation of Antshares
10% to early supporters
17% to participants of ICO Phase-I
23% to participants of ICO Phase-II
50% held by Antshares team, locked for a period of one year after the launch of Antshares Mainnet.
AntCoins Generation
Year One – Block 0 to Block 2,000,000 – 8 AntCoins per block
Year Two – Block 2,000,000 to Block 4,000,000 – 7 AntCoins per block
Similarly, the generation of AntCoins per block will be reduced by one for each 2,000,000 block intervals over the years until it reaches 1 AntCoin per block in the 22nd year.
Know more about Antshares at –https://www.antshares.org
Antshares Video on YouTube –https://youtu.be/pf9YQfWErOA
Participate in Antshares ICO at –https://www.antshares.org/ICO/Index


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Bitcoin Price Watch; Stop Loss Hit – Onwards!!! - Technologyday

Without doubt, Bitcoin is the most recognized and popular digital currency today; and with its value rising from less than $20 in January to almost $1,200 in December, it is for sure that it will only attract more hype and attention in the coming years. But unknown to many, there are still other crypto-currencies that are vying for relevancy, and just like Bitcoin, it does not physically exist and is also mined through solving complex mathematical algorithms.
Bitcoin Price - Onwards!

Litecoin

This perhaps is the second most popular e-currency next to bitcoin and has seen a staggering rise in value in the recent months. Litecoin is based on the Bitcoin protocol but requires lesser computing power to mine. Unlike Bitcoin which requires ASIC to mine, Litecoin can be mined efficiently by using standard computers because its algorithm designed by Dr. Colin Percival secures backup service for Linux and other open source OS.

Namecoin

This is also another offshoot from Bitcoin and acts as a decentralized DNS—the Internet protocol that turns human-comprehensible website names into addresses understandable by machines. It is decentralized because it is outside the governance of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers by acting as its own DNS.

Peercoin

Another offshoot of Bitcoin but with higher efficiency of mining, Peercoin has improved security and safeguard against abuses of pool mining. Peercoin has the fourth largest market cap among alternative digital currencies.

TechnologyDay

Bank of Canada Creates a Model to Predict Bitcoin Volatility

Researchers from the Bank of Canada have developed a model to predict the volatility of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and other altcoins.
Model to Predict Bitcoin Volatility

The adoption of Bitcoin and other digital currencies has been slower than expected. The volatile nature of Bitcoin is one of the reasons for slower adoption. People are worried about the possibility of a downward fluctuation, which may result in huge losses.

While it is necessary to rein in Bitcoin’s volatility to achieve adoption, the volatility itself is directly correlated with its usage. A recent paper published by the Bank of Canada explains the co-relation in detail.

The research paper titled “On the Value of Virtual Currency”, includes a theoretical framework that can be used to analyze various economic factors influencing the value of Bitcoin and other digital currencies. This framework disapproves the popular notion that Bitcoin can never become mainstream currency due to its volatility.

The report offers a brief overview of cryptocurrencies and their benefits for both individuals and merchants. These benefits, which includes fast and economical transactions, cross-border payments, privacy and anonymity are considered to be the driving factors behind adoption.

According to the report, an increased usage of Bitcoin among the masses for transactions, payments, shopping, trading etc., will reduce the digital currency’s sensitivity to speculations and liquidity in digital currency exchanges.

The model proposed by the Bank of Canada includes two building blocks. One based on a two-sided market theory for identifying factors influencing the use of Bitcoin in payments and other on the behavior of speculators. In the report, Bank of Canada’s researchers have concluded that during the initial phase, the digital currency’s value is expected to soar due to speculative motives. Volatile nature of the currency is attributed to the early development phase, which will continue until the rate of adoption among merchants and consumers increase.


TechnologyDay

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Crooked Path review download games

Crooked Path is an auto-runner and puzzle game that can really test your patience. Although it has quite a few neat tricks up its sleeve, the demanding nature of playing it makes it a bit more frustrating than satisfying. Appilcations hottest daily

Run the jewels
The premise of Crooked Path is actually pretty straightforward. You control an auto-running character by tapping the screen to make them turn. The goal of any given level is to reach the finish, though doing so typically involves hitting switches, running through portals, and solving puzzles.
In every level, there are also little jewels scattered along the path, which can help guide you to solutions as well as be collected to increase your score.
Watch your step
The main difficulty in Crooked Path isn't the puzzles so much as navigating without falling off walkways. The paths in the game are so narrow and your character is running so fast without pause that timing your taps to make turns at the right time is actually quite difficult.
If you mistime a tap, your character almost certainly falls to their death. Whenever this happens, you instantly respawn at the beginning of the level, but with any progress you've made regarding solving puzzles or gathering jewels remaining intact. This keeps Crooked Path from feeling impossibly difficult while also opening up the puzzle design so that dying is part of some puzzle solutions
Running amok
Although Crooked Path has some neat puzzle design and a nice, minimalist look, the game feels like it focuses a little too much on execution, which can make things frustrating. On some levels, it is conceivable that you'll know exactly what to do, but have to spend 10 minutes trying to get to the solution because the act of moving in the game is so demanding.
It's nice that Crooked Path opts to instantly restart you each time you fall instead of forcing you into a menu or asking you to hit a restart button, but dumping you right back into the action can also be disorienting and cause you to fall again.
The bottom line
Crooked Path is a beautiful puzzle game that unfortunately demands so much that it comes off as frustrating. If you are up for the challenge, Crooked Path may be up your alley, but it is just as likely that falling over and over again will just make you want to play something, or anything, else instead.

Crooked Path

Thursday, August 11, 2016

HIIRO- Games Applications hottest

HIIRO – WHAT WE THINK:
In a world that appears so simple, Hiiro games captures ambiance and beauty through its originality. Published by Sometimes You, this 2D platformer visits a broad environment full of exploration and moderately challenging puzzles that unearth the beautiful depths of the sea or climb the highest snowy mountain that exemplify Hiiro’s expansive world. Though the visuals are fairly elementary, there’s something adorable yet mysterious about the little red creature who has abruptly succumbed to isolation.

LITTLE RED RIDING DUDE
Hiiro begins in a puzzling manner, without much guidance to go off of, but proves to be pretty simple: Gameplay mechanics are fundamental, broadening the world of Hiiro to even the most casual gamers. Venturing through a charming world as a petite red individual, it was my duty to put the puzzle pieces together.

Why had I become excluded from my village? What did these small yellow cubes symbolize? It was a bit of head-scratcher, but I assumed they were of high importance. So obviously, I went on a little escapade to seek them out.
Adventuring through Hiiro’s expansive world is simply serene. Fading into a meditative state is merely a result of the peaceful soundtrack as it blends flawlessly from one area into the next. Discoveries appear endless, and defeat is not an option. Seriously, there is no “game over.” My red friend has fallen from the highest clouds and swum through endless waters, completely immune to even the harshest environments. He’s really something else. Complexities are very rare, which is a nice change of pace for a platformer.

GLEAMING THE CUBE
Dispersed throughout are not only those fancy yellow cubes but superior versions of them. A lot of the time, puzzles have to be executed in order to acquire these masterpieces. Confusion ran a close second to tranquility, seeing as a respectable chunk of the riddles were somewhat mind-boggling. Well, until I began paying closer attention to my surroundings. Considering words – spoken or written – are nonexistent in Hiiro, recognizing landmarks became necessary. Sure, my brain swelled to double its size once or twice, but it’s OK; my little red dude eased me back to my happy place.
Discovering secret entrances also plays a huge role in Hiiro, for they can lead to undiscovered biomes. Numerous passages are invisible to the naked eye, but many are accessible through walls that appear slightly rigid. Observance is key, and visual hints are scattered near and far. Or, you know, hopping around aimlessly until a stealthy area is exposed works, too. Oddly, with a game so undemanding, it is truly rewarding unveiling these hidden mysteries and collectibles. Who’d’a thunk?

A SMALL, QUIET LIFE FULL OF WONDERS
Bearing in mind that Hiiro consists of eight distinctive worlds, following the very basic map that is offered is a lifesaver. Flashing yellow dots appear on the map, symbolizing the location of various small yellow cubes. Additionally, Hiiro presents a simple inventory showcasing every artifact that has been attained. This way, the progress that has been made is clear as day.

Though the entirety of Hiiro may seem eccentric in size, it’s almost stress-free following the basic map to get from point A to point B. Granted, some areas can be a pain to reach, but that “Ah-ha!” moment is triggered once that inner light bulb clicks on. Personally though, reaching the highest platform was quite the achievement. Started from the bottom, now we’re here. Well, except misjudging a double-jump landed me back on solid ground. All that hard work for nothing.
A TYPE B CHALLENGE
Hiiro is not the game to play if you’re looking for a challenge, but rather when you’ve had a stressful day at work and want to settle back into a peaceful state of mind for a couple of hours. Delving into dinosaur ruins and jumping across treetops is entirely carefree, and though completing Hiiro isn’t necessary, multiple endings are attainable that better explain the story. So put on your comfy clothes, grab your controller or keyboard, and travel the vast environments of Hiiro. I promise you won’t regret it.

Hiiro is available via Steam.

Rating: ★★★★½

Thursday, June 9, 2016

Elon Musk plans first relaunch of SpaceX rocket

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk is moving ahead with a plan to relaunch one of his rockets this fall.
"Fourth rocket arrives in the hangar," Musk tweeted on Tuesday. "Aiming for first reflight on Sept/Oct."

The message from Musk, who is also the CEO of Tesla Motors (TSLA), included a photo of the four reusable rockets that have been successfully recovered by the company.
SpaceX completed its most recent successful flight on May 6, landing the first stage of one of its Falcon 9 rockets on a floating barge in the Atlantic Ocean. The rocket had launched from Cape Canaveral and delivered the JCSAT-14 communications satellite for the Japanese telecom Sky Perfect JSAT Corp.
Landing an upright rocket on a floating platform is not an easy feat, and SpaceX had multiple crash landings before it was able to do its first successful sea landing on April 8.
The ability to use rockets in multiple launches is crucial to cutting the cost of space travel and exploration. Most rockets that have carried people or satellites over the past 58 years have been discarded after their launch, often burning up upon reentry.
SpaceX has not yet announced the payload that will be carried by the reusable rocket on its second flight. The firm has several private satellite launches on its schedule, and it also has a contract with NASA to supply the International Space Station.
The company's next launch from Cape Canaveral is scheduled for June 14, according to its Twitter (TWTR, Tech30) account.
Musk has even bigger goals for SpaceX -- at the technology Code Conference last week, he announced plans to take humans to Mars by 2025.
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Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Tactical angle Bavaria-Atletico: important in "error






In an awkward position, Bayern Munich with proactive attack scored the opening goal before and have the opportunity to double the difference but they miss and immediately pay the price because of a defensive specialist counterattack as Atletico Madrid.
As is known, in the semi-final of the Champions League took place just before dawn this morning on the Allianz Arena, Bayern Munich beat Atletico Madrid 2-1 but grim instead, "Lobster grey" still eliminated because the law on away goals (2-2 after 2 Matchday)
Muller will have a regret because the penalty of his food spoilage

It was the third consecutive year, the powerful Bavarian team under the guidance of COACH Pep Guardiola not in the round for 4 European team when confronted with the representative of Spain (2014, 2015 Real loser being Barca types).

But really, "Lobster grey" with virtual flexibility in tactical scheme of Pep has cornered pressed are in half and Atletico opener in the 31st minute to san by distinct aggregate and remove heavy psychological pursue them from the first leg.

three minutes later a free kick had the luck of Chelsea became Alonso for Bavaria (a player who beats Aletico), Bayern has the opportunity in gold to pass up when Martinez was within the prohibited and carries on for them a penalty.

But regrettably, psychological strain caused Thomas Muller-a leg kick has the German class back to Jan Oblak of keeper for team guess eye exposed his shot direction and empties the tackles.

Muller and Franck Ribery was handed a chance in the second leg of stone instead of the controversial selection of the Pep in the first leg as Thiago Alcantara and Kingsley Coman but both disappoint fraught.

Muller also botched penalty situations then competed too blurred between siege play crafts and organizer of Atletico. Meanwhile, Ribery despite the very positive collaboration with left-wing parties but rises Alaba also cannot create mutations and often have to find solutions from the shot.

Bayern Munich enter the contest with a 4-2-3-1, in which Mueller to play behind striker Robert Lewandowski. Douglas Costa and Franck Ribery split the two wings. Between the yard's Chelsea became Alonso and Arturo Vidal. David Alaba back left, when Jerome Boateng appeared after the time of the injury.

 

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