May The 4th Tank The Banks

Whos Coins May 4th, 2023

Whos News briefing

  • Banks can’t control their balance sheets?
  • FTC to stop monetization of children’s data from Meta
  • Can Google take away passwords?
  • First Republic Banks was taken over by the FDIC and assets were sold to JPM.
  • Is the White House using AI technology?
  • Are students failing history, or are they changing history?
  • TD and First Horizon to end their merger.
  • Chaos within the regional banks.
  • Fed’s Powell says no rate cuts are planned for 2023
  • Gold and Silver increase in price as fear of banks rises.
  • PacWest looking for a buyout?
  • Will banks cancel dividends?
  • US retailers cut most jobs in April.
  • Whos NFT w/ OpenSea & Rariable ( WhosGuys )

Whos news brief is not to be taken as financial advice but a stepping stone to lead you into doing your research.  Teach yourself and become independent.

The safety of dividends in 2023 depends on various factors such as the overall economic conditions, company’s financial health, and other market factors. If the economy is stable and growing, and the company is profitable and has a strong financial position, then dividends are more likely to be safe.

On the other hand, if the economy is unstable, experiencing a recession or a slowdown, and the company is struggling to generate profits or has a weak financial position, then dividends may not be safe.

It’s important to note that even if a company is financially strong, it may choose to reduce or suspend its dividend payments due to other priorities such as investing in growth opportunities or paying down debt.

In conclusion, the safety of dividends in 2023 depends on various factors and is subject to change based on economic and market conditions. It’s essential to do thorough research and analysis before making any investment decisions.


Daily Coin dates in the whos world

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Bitcoin (BTC) Rank #1

Market Cap $559,862,469,291 

24-Hour Trading Vol $21,065,179,311

Fully Diluted Valuation $607,160,253,000

Circulating Supply 19,364,100 

Total Supply 21,000,000

Max Supply 21,000,000

Bitcoin $BTC – Stack Sats for Life.


Ethereum (ETH) Rank #2

Market Cap $227,469,005,909 

24-Hour Trading Vol $10,151,445,572

Fully Diluted Valuation $227,469,005,909

Circulating Supply 120,375,861 

Total Supply 120,375,861

Max Supply ∞

Ethereum $ETH – BUY or HODL?


Chainlink (LINK) Rank #24

Market Cap $3,635,868,827 

24-Hour Trading Vol $188,453,969

Fully Diluted Valuation $7,031,268,669

Circulating Supply 517,099,971 

Total Supply 1,000,000,000

Max Supply 1,000,000,000


PAX GOLD Rank $70

Market Cap $532,992,032

24-Hour Trading Vol $17,628,306

Circulating Supply 261,059

Total Supply 261,059

 ( More Info – Paxos/Gold )


Stables Coins

(A stablecoin is a new class of cryptocurrencies that attempts to offer price stability and are backed by a reserve asset.)


DAI Rank #14

Market Cap $4,679,770,365 

24-Hour Trading Vol $159,948,002

Fully Diluted Valuation $4,679,828,800

Circulating Supply 4,684,395,366

Total Supply 4,684,453,858

Max Supply 4,684,453,858

Dai is a stable, decentralized currency that does not discriminate.




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Additional information can be found at WhosCoins, Bitcoin or Ethereum.


Coins above are those is which whos currently participates in.

Coins also in whos world, being watch and/or possibly coming to later coin dates… 



Whos market is a new category for the stock exchange and an addition to whos coins and not to be confused with the blockchain.


SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY)

Expense Ratio – 0.09%

Div Frequency – Quarterly

Div Rate (TTM) – $6.46

Yield (TTM) – 1.53%

Assets (AUM) – $370.35B

Volume – 37,928,249


iShares 20+ Year Treasury Bond ETF (TLT)

Expense Ratio – 0.15%

Div Frequency – Monthly

Div Rate (TTM) – $2.93

Yield (TTM) – 2.76%

Assets (AUM) – $36.38B

Volume – 11,195,686

SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average ETF (DIA)

Expense Ratio – 0.16%

Div Frequency – Monthly

Div Rate (TTM) – $6.53

Yield (TTM) – 1.96%

Assets (AUM) – $27.85B

Volume – 1,793,636


Invesco QQQ ETF (QQQ)

Expense Ratio – 0.20%

Div Frequency – Quarterly

Div Rate (TTM) – $2.17

Yield (TTM) – 0.69%

Assets (AUM) – $171.86B

Volume – 22,971,775

SPDR® Bloomberg 1-3 Month T-Bill ETF (BIL)

Expense Ratio – 0.14%

Div Frequency – Monthly

Div Rate (TTM) – $2.53

Yield (TTM) – 2.77%

Assets (AUM) – $29.48B

Volume – 3,529,762



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