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112 A second machine was purchased by the University of Toronto, before the design was revised into the Mark 1 Star. At least seven of these later machines were delivered between 1953 and 1957, one of them to Shell labs in Amsterdam. In October 1947, the directors of J. Lyons Company, a British catering company famous for its teashops but with strong interests in new office management techniques, decided to take an active role in promoting the commercial development of computers.

The LEO I computer became operational in April 1951 114 and ran the world s first regular routine office computer job. On 17 November 1951, the J. Lyons company began weekly operation of a bakery valuations job on the LEO Lyons Electronic Office. This was the first business application to go live on a stored program computer. In June 1951, the UNIVAC I Universal Automatic Computer was delivered to the U. Remington Rand eventually sold 46 machines at more than US 1 million each 9. 85 million as of 2020.

116 UNIVAC was the first mass produced computer. It used 5,200 vacuum tubes and consumed 125 kW of power. Its primary storage was serial-access mercury delay lines capable of storing 1,000 words of 11 decimal digits plus sign 72-bit words. IBM introduced a smaller, more affordable computer in 1954 that proved very popular. 117 The IBM 650 weighed over 900 kg, the attached power supply weighed around 1350 kg and both were held in separate cabinets of roughly 1. 5 meters by 0. 9 meters by 1.

It cost US 500,000 118 4. 76 million as of 2020 or could be leased for US 3,500 a month 30 thousand as of 2020. 116 Its drum memory was originally 2,000 ten-digit words, later expanded to 4,000 words. Memory limitations such as this were to dominate programming for decades afterward. The program instructions were fetched from the spinning drum as the code ran.

Efficient execution using drum memory was provided by a combination of hardware architecture the instruction format included the address of the next instruction; and software the Symbolic Optimal Assembly Program, SOAP, 119 assigned instructions to the optimal addresses to the extent possible by static analysis of the source program. Thus many instructions were, when needed, located in the next row of the drum to be read and additional wait time for drum rotation was not required.

Microprogramming Edit. In 1951, British scientist Maurice Wilkes developed the concept of microprogramming from the realisation that the central processing unit of a computer could be controlled by a miniature, highly specialised computer program in high-speed ROM. 120 This concept greatly simplified CPU development. Microprogramming allows the base instruction set to be defined or extended by built-in programs now called firmware or microcode.

He first described this at the University of Manchester Computer Inaugural Conference in 1951, then published in expanded form in IEEE Spectrum in 1955. It was widely used in the CPUs and floating-point units of mainframe and other computers; it was implemented for the first time in EDSAC 2, 121 which also used multiple identical bit slices to simplify design. Interchangeable, replaceable tube assemblies were used for each bit of the processor. Magnetic drum memories were developed for the US Navy during WW II with the work continuing at Engineering Research Associates ERA in 1946 and 1947.

ERA, then a part of Univac included a drum memory in its 1103, announced in February 1953. The first mass-produced computer, the IBM 650, also announced in 1953 had about 8. Magnetic core memory patented in 1949 123 with its first usage demonstrated for the Whirlwind computer in August 1953. 5 kilobytes of drum memory. 124 Commercialization followed quickly.

Magnetic core was used in peripherals of the IBM 702 delivered in July 1955, and later in the 702 itself. The IBM 704 1955 and the Ferranti Mercury 1957 used magnetic-core memory. It went on to dominate the field into the 1970s, when it was replaced with semiconductor memory. Magnetic core peaked in volume about 1975 and declined in usage and market share thereafter. As late as 1980, PDP-11 45 machines using magnetic-core main memory and drums for swapping were still in use at many of the original UNIX sites.

Defining characteristics of some early digital computers of the 1940s In the history of computing hardware Name First operational Numeral system Computing mechanism Programming Turing complete Arthur H. Dickinson IBM US Jan 1940 Decimal Electronic Not programmable No Joseph Desch NCR US March 1940 Decimal Electronic Not programmable No Zuse Z3 Germany May 1941 Binary floating point Electro-mechanical Program-controlled by punched 35 mm film stock but no conditional branch In theory 1998 Atanasoff Berry Computer US 1942 Binary Electronic Not programmable single purpose No Colossus Mark 1 UK February 1944 Binary Electronic Program-controlled by patch cables and switches No Harvard Mark I IBM ASCC US May 1944 Decimal Electro-mechanical Program-controlled by 24-channel punched paper tape but no conditional branch Debatable Colossus Mark 2 UK June 1944 Binary Electronic Program-controlled by patch cables and switches In theory 2011 126 Zuse Z4 Germany March 1945 Binary floating point Electro-mechanical Program-controlled by punched 35 mm film stock Yes ENIAC US February 1946 Decimal Electronic Program-controlled by patch cables and switches Yes ARC2 SEC UK May 1948 Binary Electronic Stored-program in rotating drum memory Yes Manchester Baby UK June 1948 Binary Electronic Stored-program in Williams cathode ray tube memory Yes Modified ENIAC US September 1948 Decimal Electronic Read-only stored programming mechanism using the Function Tables as program ROM Yes Manchester Mark 1 UK April 1949 Binary Electronic Stored-program in Williams cathode ray tube memory and magnetic drum memory Yes EDSAC UK May 1949 Binary Electronic Stored-program in mercury delay line memory Yes CSIRAC Australia November 1949 Binary Electronic Stored-program in mercury delay line memory Yes.

From 1955 onward transistors replaced vacuum tubes in computer designs, 127 giving rise to the second generation of computers. The bipolar transistor was invented in 1947. Compared to vacuum tubes, transistors have many advantages they are smaller, and require less power than vacuum tubes, so give off less heat. Silicon junction transistors were much more reliable than vacuum tubes and had longer service life.

Transistorized computers could contain tens of thousands of binary logic circuits in a relatively compact space. Transistors greatly reduced computers size, initial cost, and operating cost. Typically, second-generation computers were composed of large numbers of printed circuit boards such as the IBM Standard Modular System, 128 each carrying one to four logic gates or flip-flops.

At the University of Manchester, a team under the leadership of Tom Kilburn designed and built a machine using the newly developed transistors instead of valves. Initially the only devices available were germanium point-contact transistors, less reliable than the valves they replaced but which consumed far less power. 129 Their first transistorised computer, and the first in the world, was operational by 1953, 130 and a second version was completed there in April 1955.

131 The 1955 version used 200 transistors, 1,300 solid-state diodes, and had a power consumption of 150 watts. However, the machine did make use of valves to generate its 125 kHz clock waveforms and in the circuitry to read and write on its magnetic drum memory, so it was not the first completely transistorized computer. That distinction goes to the Harwell CADET of 1955, 132 built by the electronics division of the Atomic Energy Research Establishment at Harwell.

The design featured a 64-kilobyte magnetic drum memory store with multiple moving heads that had been designed at the National Physical Laboratory, UK. By 1953 this team had transistor circuits operating to read and write on a smaller magnetic drum from the Royal Radar Establishment. The machine used a low clock speed of only 58 kHz to avoid having to use any valves to generate the clock waveforms. CADET used 324 point-contact transistors provided by the UK company Standard Telephones and Cables; 76 junction transistors were used for the first stage amplifiers for data read from the drum, since point-contact transistors were too noisy.

From August 1956 CADET was offering a regular computing service, during which it often executed continuous computing runs of 80 hours or more. 135 136 Problems with the reliability of early batches of point contact and alloyed junction transistors meant that the machine s mean time between failures was about 90 minutes, but this improved once the more reliable bipolar junction transistors became available.

The Manchester University Transistor Computer s design was adopted by the local engineering firm of Metropolitan-Vickers in their Metrovick 950, the first commercial transistor computer anywhere. They were successfully deployed within various departments of the company and were in use for about five years. 131 A second generation computer, the IBM 1401, captured about one third of the world market. 138 Six Metrovick 950s were built, the first completed in 1956.

IBM installed more than ten thousand 1401s between 1960 and 1964. Transistor peripherals Edit. Transistorized electronics improved not only the CPU Central Processing Unitbut also the peripheral devices. The second generation disk data storage units were able to store tens of millions of letters and digits. Next to the fixed disk storage units, connected to the CPU via high-speed data transmission, were removable disk data storage units.

A removable disk pack can be easily exchanged with another pack in a few seconds. Even if the removable disks capacity is smaller than fixed disks, their interchangeability guarantees a nearly unlimited quantity of data close at hand. Magnetic tape provided archival capability for this data, at a lower cost than disk. Many second-generation CPUs delegated peripheral device communications to a secondary processor. For example, while the communication processor controlled card reading and punching, the main CPU executed calculations and binary branch instructions.

One databus would bear data between the main CPU and core memory at the CPU s fetch-execute cycle rate, and other databusses would typically serve the peripheral devices. On the PDP-1, the core memory s cycle time was 5 microseconds; consequently most arithmetic instructions took 10 microseconds 100,000 operations per second because most operations took at least two memory cycles; one for the instruction, one for the operand data fetch. During the second generation remote terminal units often in the form of Teleprinters like a Friden Flexowriter saw greatly increased use.

139 Telephone connections provided sufficient speed for early remote terminals and allowed hundreds of kilometers separation between remote-terminals and the computing center. Eventually these stand-alone computer networks would be generalized into an interconnected network of networks the Internet. Transistor supercomputers Edit. The early 1960s saw the advent of supercomputing. The Atlas was a joint development between the University of Manchester, Ferranti, and Plessey, and was first installed at Manchester University and officially commissioned in 1962 as one of the world s first supercomputers considered to be the most powerful computer in the world at that time.

141 It was said that whenever Atlas went offline half of the United Kingdom s computer capacity was lost. Atlas also pioneered the Atlas Supervisor, considered by many to be the first recognisable modern operating system. 142 It was a second-generation machine, using discrete germanium transistors. In the US, a series of computers at Control Data Corporation CDC were designed by Seymour Cray to use innovative designs and parallelism to achieve superior computational peak performance.

144 The CDC 6600, released in 1964, is generally considered the first supercomputer. 145 146 The CDC 6600 outperformed its predecessor, the IBM 7030 Stretch, by about a factor of 3. With performance of about 1 megaFLOPS, the CDC 6600 was the world s fastest computer from 1964 to 1969, when it relinquished that status to its successor, the CDC 7600. The third-generation of digital electronic computers used integrated circuit IC chips as the basis of their logic.

The idea of an integrated circuit was conceived by a radar scientist working for the Royal Radar Establishment of the Ministry of Defence, Geoffrey W. 147 Kilby recorded his initial ideas concerning the integrated circuit in July 1958, successfully demonstrating the first working integrated example on 12 September 1958. The first working integrated circuits were invented by Jack Kilby at Texas Instruments and Robert Noyce at Fairchild Semiconductor.

148 Kilby s invention was a hybrid integrated circuit hybrid IC. 149 It had external wire connections, which made it difficult to mass-produce. Noyce came up with his own idea of an integrated circuit half a year after Kilby. 151 Noyce s invention was a monolithic integrated circuit IC chip. 152 150 His chip solved many practical problems that Kilby s had not.

Produced at Fairchild Semiconductor, it was made of silicon, whereas Kilby s chip was made of germanium. The basis for Noyce s monolithic IC was Fairchild s planar process, which allowed integrated circuits to be laid out using the same principles as those of printed circuits. The planar process was developed by Noyce s colleague Jean Hoerni in early 1959, based on the silicon surface passivation and thermal oxidation processes developed by Mohamed M.

Atalla at Bell Labs in the late 1950s. Third generation integrated circuit computers first appeared in the early 1960s in computers developed for government purposes, and then in commercial computers beginning in the mid-1960s. The MOSFET metal-oxide-semiconductor field-effect transistor, or MOS transistor was invented by Mohamed M. Atalla and Dawon Kahng at Bell Labs in 1959. 156 In addition to data processing, the MOSFET enabled the practical use of MOS transistors as memory cell storage elements, a function previously served by magnetic cores.

Semiconductor memory, also known as MOS memory, was cheaper and consumed less power than magnetic-core memory. 157 MOS random-access memory RAMin the form of static RAM SRAMwas developed by John Schmidt at Fairchild Semiconductor in 1964. 157 158 In 1966, Robert Dennard at the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center developed MOS dynamic RAM DRAM. 159 In 1967, Dawon Kahng and Iqoption gale Sze at Bell Labs developed the floating-gate MOSFET, the basis for MOS non-volatile memory such as EPROM, EEPROM and flash memory.

The fourth-generation of digital electronic computers used microprocessors as the basis of their logic. The microprocessor has origins in the MOS integrated circuit MOS IC chip. 162 The MOS IC was first proposed by Mohamed M. Atalla at Bell Labs in 1960, 163 and then fabricated by Fred Heiman and Steven Hofstein at RCA in 1962. 164 Due to rapid MOSFET scaling, MOS IC chips rapidly increased in complexity at a rate predicted by Moore s law, leading to large-scale integration LSI with hundreds of transistors on a single MOS chip by the late 1960s.

The application of MOS LSI chips to computing was the basis for the first microprocessors, as engineers began recognizing that a complete computer processor could be contained on a single MOS LSI chip. The subject of exactly which device was the first microprocessor is contentious, partly due to lack of agreement on the exact definition of the term microprocessor. The earliest multi-chip microprocessors were the Four-Phase Systems AL-1 in 1969 and Garrett AiResearch MP944 in 1970, developed with multiple MOS LSI chips.

162 The first single-chip microprocessor was the Intel 4004, 165 developed on a single PMOS LSI chip. 162 It was designed and realized by Ted Hoff, Federico Faggin, Masatoshi Shima and Stanley Mazor iqoption gale Intel, and released in 1971. 166 Tadashi Sasaki and Masatoshi Shima at Busicom, a calculator manufacturer, had the initial insight that the CPU could be a single MOS LSI chip, supplied by Intel. While the earliest microprocessor ICs literally contained only the processor, i.

The integrated circuit in the image on the right, for example, an Intel 8742, is an 8-bit microcontroller that includes a CPU running at 12 MHz, 128 bytes of RAM, 2048 bytes of EPROM, and I O in the same chip. the central processing unit, of a computer, their progressive development naturally led to chips containing most or all of the internal electronic parts of a 167 IBM implemented its IBM Solid Logic Technology modules in hybrid circuits for the IBM System 360 in 1964.

As late as 1975, Sperry Univac continued the manufacture of second-generation machines such as the UNIVAC 494. During the 1960s there was considerable overlap between second and third generation technologies. The Burroughs large systems such as the B5000 were stack machines, which allowed for simpler programming. These pushdown automatons were also implemented in minicomputers and microprocessors later, which influenced programming language design.

Minicomputers served as low-cost computer centers for industry, business and universities. 168 It became possible to simulate analog circuits with the simulation program with integrated circuit emphasisor SPICE 1971 on minicomputers, one of the programs for electronic design automation EDA. The microprocessor led to the development of the microcomputer, small, low-cost computers that could be owned by individuals and small businesses. Microcomputers, the first of which appeared in the 1970s, became ubiquitous in the 1980s and beyond.

While which specific system is considered the first microcomputer is a matter of debate, as there were several unique hobbyist systems developed based on the Intel 4004 and its successor, the Intel 8008, the first commercially available microcomputer kit was the Intel 8080-based Altair 8800, which was announced in the January 1975 cover article of Popular Electronics. However, this was an extremely limited system in its initial stages, having only 256 bytes of DRAM in its initial package and no input-output except its toggle switches and LED register display.

Despite this, it was initially surprisingly popular, with several hundred sales in the first year, and demand rapidly outstripped supply. Several early third-party vendors such as Cromemco and Processor Technology soon began supplying additional S-100 bus hardware for the Altair 8800. In April 1975 at the Hannover Fair, Olivetti presented the P6060, the world s first complete, pre-assembled personal computer system.

The central processing unit consisted of two cards, code named PUCE1 and PUCE2, and unlike most other personal computers was built with TTL components rather than a microprocessor. It had one or two 8 floppy disk drives, a 32-character plasma display, 80-column graphical thermal printer, 48 Kbytes of RAM, and BASIC language. It weighed 40 kg 88 lb. As a complete system, this was a significant step from the Altair, though it never achieved the same success.

It was in competition with a similar product by IBM that had an external floppy disk drive. From 1975 to 1977, most microcomputers, such as the MOS Technology KIM-1, the Altair 8800, and some versions of the Apple I, were sold as kits for do-it-yourselfers. Pre-assembled systems did not gain much ground until 1977, with the introduction of the Apple II, the Tandy TRS-80, the first SWTPC computers, and the Commodore PET.

Computing has evolved with microcomputer architectures, with features added from their larger brethren, now dominant in most market segments. Systems as complicated as computers require very high reliability. ENIAC remained on, in continuous operation from 1947 to 1955, for eight years before being shut down. Although a vacuum tube might fail, it would be replaced without bringing down the system. By the simple strategy of never shutting down ENIAC, the failures were dramatically reduced.

The vacuum-tube SAGE air-defense computers became remarkably reliable installed in pairs, one off-line, tubes likely to fail did so when the computer was intentionally run at reduced power to find them. Hot-pluggable hard disks, like the hot-pluggable vacuum tubes of yesteryear, continue the tradition of repair during continuous operation.

Semiconductor memories routinely have no errors when they operate, although operating systems like Unix have employed memory tests on start-up to detect failing hardware. 169 Google has managed this by using fault-tolerant software to recover from hardware failures, and is even working on the concept of replacing entire server farms on-the-fly, during a service event. In the 21st century, multi-core CPUs became commercially available. 172 Content-addressable memory CAM 173 has become inexpensive enough to be used in networking, and is frequently used for on-chip cache memory in modern microprocessors, although no computer system has yet implemented hardware CAMs for use in programming languages.

Currently, CAMs or associative arrays in software are programming-language-specific. Semiconductor memory cell arrays are very regular structures, and manufacturers prove their processes on them; this allows price reductions on memory products. During the 1980s, CMOS logic gates developed into devices that could be made as fast as other circuit types; computer power consumption could therefore be decreased dramatically.

Unlike the continuous current draw of a gate based on other logic types, a CMOS gate only draws significant current during the transition between logic states, except for leakage. This has allowed computing to become a commodity which is now ubiquitous, embedded in many forms, from greeting cards and telephones to satellites. The thermal design power which is dissipated during operation has become as essential as computing speed of operation. In 2006 servers consumed 1. 5 of the total energy budget of the U.

174 The energy consumption of computer data centers was expected to double to 3 of world consumption by 2011. The SoC system on a chip has compressed even more of the integrated circuitry into a single chip; SoCs are enabling phones and PCs to converge into single hand-held wireless mobile devices. MIT Technology Review reported 10 November 2017 that IBM has created a 50-qubit computer; currently its quantum state lasts 50 microseconds. Today, the requirement of reliable performance is made even more stringent when server farms are the delivery platform.

176 Physical Review X reported a technique for single-gate sensing as a viable readout method for spin qubits a singlet-triplet spin state in silicon on 26 November 2018. 177 A Google team has succeeded in operating their RF pulse modulator chip at 3 Kelvin, simplifying the cryogenics of their 72-qubit computer, which is setup to operate at 0. 3 Kelvin; but the readout circuitry and another driver remain to be brought into the cryogenics. 178 See Quantum supremacy 179 180 Silicon qubit systems have demonstrated entanglement at non-local distances.

Computing hardware and its software have even become a metaphor for the operation of the universe. An indication of the rapidity of development of this field can be inferred from the history of the seminal 1947 article by Burks, Goldstine and von Neumann. 183 By the time that anyone had time to write anything down, it was obsolete. After 1945, others read John von Neumann s First Draft of a Report on the EDVACand immediately started implementing their own systems. To this day, the rapid pace of development has continued, worldwide.

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This article is Part 1 of a 2 Part Series. The importance of informal finance arrangements is a reverberating theme across Africa. How the Young Somali Hawaladars of Little Mogadishu are Shaping the Future of Bitcoin in Africa Part 1 of 2. Informal doesn t necessarily mean bad or evil or dirty, it s just that rather than rely on the heavy hand of the law, some communities prefer to place their trust in reputation and social networks for all trade commerce and financial relationships whether offline or online.

Others, will turn to informal institutions of trade and finance when faced by adversity in an immediate harsh environment such as war, political instability, structural programs or lack of reliable services. For example, the Igbo traders in Nigeria pulling on social networks to scale resilient informal enterprise in the face of political instability in Nigeria. The early airtime currency traders of Africa who gave birth to mobile money like Mpesa tapped into the power of networks to fill a money remittance gap using an odd piece of technology.

Today, the peer to peer Bitcoin traders of Kenya are bypassing an embargo by banks to meet demand for bitcoin by leveraging informal bitcoin trading networks based on trust and reputation. It is all there. One of the best case studies is of the Somali people, during post black hawk down cold war of Somali in the 90s by Peter D. Set in the early 2000s post war Somalia, his stories tells of the resilience of trade of livestock across the whole of East Africa despite the collapse of central government and no functional system.

The Ethiopia Somali Kenya cattle trade flourished in spite of the failed state conditions, on the back of trust network built on kinship. Through informal financial instruments and contracts of exchange and trade, they were able to sustain demand in Nairobi, forming a key trading corridor network in the Horn of Africa. In the post digital, post mobile world of 2019, the Somali people of little Mogadishu are under a different kind of threat on their digital financial lives.

Digital financial surveillance is underway in Kenya as part of tax reforms by revenue authorities including mandatory monitoring of electronic transactions and taxes on the digital economy. Kenya is under pressure to reform after taking on too much debt to fund infrastructure projects that haven t quit materialized as planned. An economic slow down, high youth unemployment rates and the weight of repayments on sovereign debts are some of the symptoms of the times.

Some commentators have likened the impending state of the times to the Structural Adjustment Programs of the late 80s to 90s which shaped much of what is today s informal economy. As we shall see, the Somali people are some of the most sensitive to threats of erosion capital. It is in their blood, a natural instinct to respond to invasive threats to wealth such iqoption gale hawala networks to bypass strict capital controls.

This got me thinking, how will the Somali people weather a period of heavy monitoring, high scrutiny and low trust. The the answer lies in Eastleigh, a bustling business district in one of East Africa s capitals, Nairobi. Here, youthful Somali hawadalars are complementing the old informal financial practices with an odd piece of a new digital resilient tool bitcoin. While there is no war today, times are similarly tough, the only difference is that is all mostly digital. This is Part 1 of a 2 Part Series on how the young Somali Hawaladars of little Mogadishu are shaping the future of bitcoin in Africa.

How We Used to Trade During Post War Times. From Southern Ethiopia all the way down to Nairobi, there was an 800 km route that was highly lucrative for Ethiopia Somali cattle traders. More than 20 different actors lived off this highly prized market. Everyone from the Somali herders, dilaal s brokersmiddlemen such as the hawaladar, trekkers, loaders, truckers; all were linked by trader-based networks that spanned vast distances of cross border space.

Many of them worked together in networks bound by religion of Islam, or ethnicity or common kinship such as clans. Some of the singular ethnic groups straddled both sides of the Ethiopia Somali Kenya border regions. They were able to draw upon their shared ethnicity in form of language and identities, to reduce the costs of monitoring and enforcement of transactions across the borders of the 3 countries.

During time of conflict and heightened uncertainty, trusted networks assume a crucial role as all the actors favor transactions with those they can trust, know, or share a common language. As with all commerce, trade and finance requires an acceptable level of confidence that default and deception will not occur. In the absence of formal contracts and legal protections, social relations serve important market functions. Market transactions costs in cross border trade CBT can be reduced significantly, because informal credit and market contracts can be extended with loosened oversight and formal agreements.

In the case of the Somalia border areas, trans-border merchants relied on a range of different informal financial functions. One function being the management of risks associated with carrying large amounts of cash in an unstable environment. Following a successful trade at the border, Somali border traders could take their earnings to Nairobi, convert them to dollars, and then wire them back to money houses in Somalia, where they could be picked up by associates.

In other cases, as documented by Mohmaoud, a researcher on the dynamics of cattle trading in northern Kenya and southern Ethiopia, part of the earnings from such a trade would be converted into trad-able goods, followed by an arrangement with a wholesaler to pick up the goods at the border to avoid the risk of traveling in Northeastern Kenya with excess money.

Trans-border traders who flogged animals in Nairobi would transfer their cash earnings to a border wholesaler. The wholesaler, in turn, would buy goods in Nairobi with the trader supplied money and transport the products back to the Ethiopian border to sell. The sender then ordered a business associate or partner at the border to repay the livestock trader or his her partner.

At this point, the livestock trader may have had a partner at the border who would receive the cash and then re-initiate the process of procuring animals for movement to Nairobi. These transfer services are mediated through informal money houses and middlemen, who assume special importance in most forms of long-distance trade, including livestock.

This important informal practice allowed both the livestock trader and the wholesaler to conduct business without incurring the risk of transferring large amounts of cash across vast areas of insecure territory. Bandits in northern Kenya are less likely to attack a lorry if it is only transporting goods. In this region many of the important informal finance businesses that traders used had offices in Nairobi.

The enterprises usually charged fees of 3 6 to wire funds from Kenya to locations in Somalia or Ethiopia. This informal practice known is known hawala and is enabled by transfer agents known as hawaladars. Where there are Somalis there is Hawala. When illegal Somali migrants from East Africa move to seek fortunes in Southern Africa, they will map their travel routes according to the presence of Somali communities along the way because, as one returnee from South Africa pointed out, where there are Somalis there is hawala.

Hindu money-changer. w 439 h 284 alt Hindu money-changer. w 300 h 194 300w sizes max-width 439px 85vw, 439px Hindu money-changer. 1859 source. Hawala can be traced as far back as the 11th century when it was used as an informal system of transferring money across borders and long distances through networks of hawala agents. The distinctive feature of hawala is its operation outside the scope of government enforcement using self enforcing exchange mechanisms without recourse to formal legal agreements.

Hawaladars, abide by a a code of honor, that espouses confidentiality as a professional virtue. Breach of trust in these reputation networks often leads to punishment in the form of ostracization from the larger network. This is bad for business and keeps everyone s interests aligned under conditions of contract uncertainty. While Hawala is often pigeon holed as a money transfer system, it is much closer to an alternative financial system that is invisible to outsiders.

Hawaladars manage their liquidity across assets, and hard currencies as short term deposits, acting like banks and investment banks with a suite of financial services. For example, hawala companies allow the opening of deposit accounts so that branches of the same company may be used as ATMs by travelling Somalis crossing borders, withdrawing little amounts at each branch along the route on the journey to Nairobi. This enables people to travel light, iqoption gale a limited amount of money, and avoid the risk of being robbed.

In volatile periods or instability, hawala transactions are an attractive option because they protect against a different type of robbery, currency controls and bureaucratic red tape. Hawala channels have been used to purchase USD to store value against falling currencies in weak economies, or shield against government scrutiny. Over time, hawala networks have grown resilient throughout the medieval and colonial era till today, withstanding the emergence of online banking.

With the advent of the telegraph, the phone, the fax machine, the cellular phone, and eventually the internet, technology is blending with this informal culture and practice. How We Trade Today. When Gianluca researcher and author of Contingency Routes Somali Financial Flows and Transnational Spaces between Kenya and Uganda visited Eastleigh, in 2013, he described it as a crossroads of flows, from China to the States, from Dubai to the different diasporas of refugees and merchants, and a paradise for the informal economy.

After the central government of Somalia collapsed in 1991, thousands of Somalis poured into Kenya. Eastleigh became a Somali Hub, a magnet for the ones who still had access to financial assets and could rely on social relations. T ransnational networks converged on little mMogadishu, attracting capital from the Somali diaspora, and bringing goods especially clothes and electronics from Dubai, China and elsewhere that were much in demand in East Africa.

While the informal financial practices had remained, some things had drastically changed since 2005. The average Somali trader had access to access to mobile phones and smartphone width an array of digital tools such as p2 p messaging tools and p2p value transfer tools like Mpesa. There was also advanced global peer to peer cryptocurrency markets and tools like Bitcoin and localbitcoin markets. A larger Somali community had blossomed beyond Nairobi spilling over into neighboring Uganda, key border towns such as Busia and Namanga and and key towns in Kenya such as Eldoret.

A New Digital Threat. In 2019, the Somali people of Little Mogadishu face a new type of threat intrusive digital surveillance by the Kenya tax state agency. The Kenya Revenue Authority is under pressure from the state to beef up revenues, to cover the heavy burden of interest payments on sovereign loans that have been piling up. Already, the man on the street is crying woe over harsh economic times. A slew of tax reforms that can only be said to amount to digital financial surveillance of transactions have been rolled oout underpinned by a data analytics strategy.

KRA is recruiting moles to flesh out tax cheats in exchange for bounties. Perhaps the most brazen is a proposal to monitor Mpesa, bank accounts and digital platforms. How will the Somali people of 2019 react this threat of heavy digital surveillance in a tough business environment like the one in Kenya. Check out Part 2 next week and find out. Digital financial surveillance exhibits. Much thanks to the amazing work of the following researchers, whose papers was more than enough material for this blog post.

The dynamics of cattle trading in northern Kenya and southern Ethiopia The role of trust and social relations in market networks by Mahmoud, H. Author Michael Kimani. Consultant, Entrepreneur, Researcher, Writer, Digital Assets Investor and Trader, View all posts by Michael Kimani. Somali s had become a key part of the merchant community in Kenya and East Africa for fashion and electronics.

They continued to leverage their networks to distribute goods across Kenya and East Africa. Kenya s Somali merchant community supported much of the trading in Nairobi s hubs like River road and Luthuli, which ultimately linked to towns across the country such as Eldoret, Busia and Mombasa and cross border towns. Over and on top of gold, US dollars and cash, Eastleigh s exchange market of Hawadalars had incorporated digital tool such Mpesa and messenger apps to complement their hawala business including tools such as whatsapp for texts and communication.

With increased trade, Eastleigh was awash with capital and money. A construction and real estate boom in Eastleigh had drawn the the scrutiny prying eyes of journalists and political interests. Little Mogadishu had come under attention for all the wrong reasons. Islamic financial institutions and Islamic finance had become part and parcel of Kenya s formal financial industry adopted in the Capital Markets regulatory framework and Central Bank framework.

12 major Kenyan and international banks had opened up branches in Eastleigh, spanning from Kenya Commercial Bank KCB to Barclays and Gulf African Bank. They offer shariah compliant financial products for Somali Kenyans and refugees who can produce either a UNHCR or an alien registration card. The age of the merchant was younger, the proteges and apprentices of the 2005 era.

In fact, a high percentage of Forex traders end up losing more money than they make. Learn How to Become a Forex Trader. However, many people fail to become successful traders, and don t achieve good results in the FX market. Learning to trade, not just Forex, but any financial market, can be difficult and is certainly not something that you will pick up in a day. This article will teach you how you can become a Forex trader and how to trade on the live markets.

Additionally, it will show you the best trading practices for beginners as well as providing actionable advice for both beginners and professionals alike. What Is a Trader. A trader is someone who places orders on the financial market. This could be on behalf of financial institutions, such as big banks, investment funds and hedge funds, or as an independent trader. Exchange orders, such as buying or selling stocks, are either in the trader s own name, or on behalf of clients or for the financial institution or broker that employs them.

There can be further categorisation, depending on the assets being traded Forex, equities, bonds, commodities, etc. Traders who work for financial institutions or brokers buy and sell shares on behalf of their employer s clients, not with their own money. This means that rather than making a profit or a loss on their actual trading, they earn a salary as a trader.

In this case, the trader takes virtually no risk in the market - it is on their customer buying or selling financial instruments to cover the risk. The trader s clients may be anything from individuals to companies that do not have a trading room of their own. Those who trade on their own personal account are using their own money to attempt to earn profit for themselves.

These accounts are funded with their personal funds and trades are executed through online trading platforms. Even though online brokers offer leverage, the amounts traded by home traders are much smaller than those of a professional trader. Since online trading is often done on the OTC Over the Counter market, the success of traders in their own accounts are only estimates. Defining Success. Now that you know what a trader is, how can you become a trader.

And then, how do you become successful at it. When starting to trade, it is important to understand what you want to achieve from it, and how you define success. This is something professional trader and coach Markus Gabel discusses in detail in our free webinar about becoming a successful trader below. Set yourself a realistic and quantifiable goal. This could be something along the lines of, achieving a 20 annual return on your investment, earning 5000 USD of profit or getting a total of 100 pips per month.

Whatever you decide, your goal should also be easy to measure. Something else which is important, is to set a goal that can be achieved over a long time frame - it is recommended to set an annual goal to achieve rather than a monthly goal. Once you have set your main trading goal for the year, it is now time to start learning how to achieve it.

The best way is to identify what resources are available to you. How much money are you able to use as a starting deposit. Do you want to become a full time Forex trader. Or are you just looking to trade on the weekends. These are some of the questions you should be asking yourself. Once you have a clear vision, it is time to make your action plan. This plan should include the currency pairs you are planning to trade and the number of daily trades you are going to commit to.

This can feel a bit overwhelming for new traders, so the good news is that in this article we share our top 10 tips to help you become a successful trader. Learn the Forex Basics With Admiral Markets. If you are a beginner trader looking for a place to learn the ins and outs of Forex trading, our Forex 101 Online Trading Course is the perfect place for you. Ten Top Trading Tips For Beginners. 1 Manage Your Expectations. As a new trader it can be easy to become obsessed with chasing profits and this will almost definitely lead to problems.

The anxiety which surrounds chasing profits can cloud your judgement and lead to mistakes which will cause losses. Therefore, our first bit of advice in your journey to becoming a master Forex trader, is to dispense with any unrealistic objectives. The prospect of becoming rich in just a few sessions of trading Forex is extremely unlikely and, believing any differently, may cause you to operate with greater risk, jeopardising your capital.

2 Define Your Trading Risk Profile. Before making any substantial commitments, get a good understanding of the fundamental aspects of the market. Assess your capital at hand, read trader testimonials so you have realistic expectations of returns and research the markets and currency pairs you are interested in. If you don t feel comfortable, don t invest your money in Forex, even if it might be profitable. This applies to any market. However, if you think that your investment approach would be suitable for the Forex market, go ahead.

But make sure you keep in mind the following. Do not invest more than you can afford to lose Diversify your investment, it is recommended that you do not invest more than 20 of your total investment funds in any one market. What is your risk profile Moderate. 3 Choose a Trading Strategy. Once you have chosen to become a trader, the next step is to devise a trading strategy. There is no right or wrong way to trade per se, what really matters is that you define the strategy you will use. Sometimes you will see that a particular strategy works well for a currency pair in a given market, whilst another strategy is more suitable for the same pair in a different market.

In order to become a successful Forex trader, try to focus on creating your trading strategy in line with your individual risk profile. Research trading tool, study techniques and think how they can be implemented in your strategy. Study how the market behaves and learn how the trading industry works.

Once you have a set strategy, don t forget to do extensive tests by backtesting your favourite markets until you feel secure in your strategy. 4 Control Your Emotions. Emotions can be the worst enemy for people who want to become Forex traders. To become a successful trader, you must understand the mechanics of the Forex market, trust your analysis and follow the rules of your trading strategy. When trading, make sure you have a clear head and are making informed and rational decisions.

Try to manage your stress levels. Of course, this is easier said than done, but it can be the difference between a successful trader and an unsuccessful one. If you are down on capital, do not trade. The same goes for being excessively confident and excited after a winning streak - refrain from trading or make sure you are knowledgable about your mental state. Overconfidence can lead to great losses. Trade Risk Free With an Admiral Markets Demo Account. One of the best ways to prepare yourself for the emotions of trading is by testing your skills on a free demo account.

Instead of heading straight to the live markets and putting your capital at risk, you can avoid the risk altogether and simply practice until you are ready to transition to live trading. Take control of your trading experience, click the banner below to open your FREE demo account today. 5 Use Stop Losses and Take Profits. No matter your trading style or strategy, you should always set a stop loss when trading. Both a stop loss and a take profit allow you to set a pre-determined closing price of your trade.

Your trade will close automatically once the price reaches this point, even if you are not present at your trading terminal. A stop loss can give you peace of mind that, if the market moves against you, you will not lose more than the limit which you have defined. A take profit, on the other hand, ensures that you exit a trade once you reach your desired profit level. It is important to note, that stop losses are not a guarantee.

There are occasions where the market behaves erratically and presents price gaps. If this happens, the stop loss will not be executed at the predetermined level but will be activated the next time the price reaches this level. This phenomenon is called slippage. Depicted Admiral Markets MetaTrader 5 - GBPUSD H4 Chart. Date Range 3 August 2020 - 4 September 2020. Captured 4 September 2020. In the video below, you can learn how to set stop losses and take profits in both MetaTrader 4 and 5.

6 Keep Up With the Markets. Staying up to date with market news is vital. Many market movements are driven by news, central bank announcements, political events or the expectation of any of these. This is what s called fundamental trading. Even if you are a technical trader, meaning someone who makes trades based on chart analysis of a market instrument, you should still pay close attention to fundamental news, since such events are a key factor in market movements.

For example, if you have a reliable trading strategy and several technical indicators that indicate a long trade, check the forex calendar to make sure there are no upcoming events which could negatively impact your trade. Even if your technical trading strategy works perfectly, fundamental news can change everything. Depicted Admiral Markets Forex Economic Calendar.

7 Do Not Overtrade. Overtrading is the result of seeing opportunities to make money trading where there are not any. Some people who want to be traders and become profitable in as short a time as possible, look for as many opportunities as possible to reach their goal and may deceive themselves into putting their money at risk. There are two common types of overtrading. Trading too frequently Trading with too much volume. Trading too frequently, outside of scalping strategies, is a sure way to lose more money than you make.

In this Warren Buffett speech entitled How to stay out of debtBuffett espouses the need for strict discipline when investing. In investments, you have to wait until the opportunity is clear, because the markets are not a game. In baseball, sometimes you have to swing at many balls that you don t expect to hit, but this is not necessary in the financial markets. There is no harm in waiting for more than a day for an opportunity to arise.

You can simply wait until favourable price action arrives, and this shows that you really know what you are doing, and that is when you enter the game. You just need a couple of trades. As a trader, it makes sense to follow this same principle in the Forex and CFD market. The lesson is clear a trader does not have to make a lot of trades to be successful, they just need to make the correct trades. When you are trading on a live account, you must have a strategy with specific, pre-established conditions for the entry and exit of trades.

Follow your plan and do not trade on impulse. The other type for overtrading, as stated above, is operating with too much volume. For many people, leverage is the culprit. But is this true. As we know, Forex brokers and CFDs offer significant leverage in their trading accounts. In principle, this exists to give traders the opportunity to earn higher profits with smaller investments. This gives more people the possibility to become Forex and CFD traders, and thus use the services offered by these brokers.

However, in practice, abusing high leverage is still very common among beginner traders who are tempted to maximise their profitability in forex. In reality, what they end up doing is maximising their losses. High leverage does not inherently mean falling into error. Leverage is simply a tool that allows you to operate with larger trading volumes, resulting in the trades having a larger margin.

Forex trading is accessible, exciting, educational and offers traders lots of opportunities. This is a double-edged sword - if the market moves in your favour, your profits are amplified. If it moves against you, the same is true for your losses. Trading with excessively high volume makes an account more susceptible to margin calls. The important thing is to learn to avoid overtrading and understand leverage.

8 You Are Going to Lose Eventually. Being a successful trader does not mean that you are going to win every trade. Closing each and every trade with a profit is simply not possible. Some professional traders may be consistently profitable, but there are none who can produce a trading statement which does not show a single losing trade. A successful Forex trader is merely someone who, in the end, wins more money than they lose. Therefore, if, or more accurately, when, you lose a trade, do not despair.

Even the most successful traders with decades of experience have confessed that less than 40 of all their trades are profitable, and some even cite less than 20. The trick to being a successful trader is for the winning trades are profitable enough that they produce enough profit to cover their losses and maintain a net positive. It takes a lot of mental strength to admit ones mistakes in decision making and to close an order with a small early loss. But sometimes this is an absolutely necessary approach.

On the other hand, it also takes a lot of strength to trust oneself and not close an operation with benefits too soon. 9 Develop a Trading Plan. You need to have a strict trading plan that covers most of your trading activity. This will help you reduce risk from unforeseen shifts in the market. Many beginning traders develop negative trading habits.

One example is the aforementioned overtrading, in which once a trader starts getting lucky and they continue to trade until they overdraw their account. On many occasions, some traders have good trades due to chance or luck, which ends up reinforcing the negative habits in trading, resulting in it being nearly impossible to break these bad habits.

How can this person become a successful trader if they repeatedly leave the result of their trades to luck. Many traders believe that luck will not abandon them, but as everyone knows, luck is not infinite and when it runs out, it will create losses. Therefore, it is important to reinforce healthy trading habits, as these will help you achieve your goal of becoming a successful Forex trader.

10 Choose the Right Broker. Choosing the right broker is very important. If you are worried about the financial security or reputation of your Forex broker, it can be difficult to focus your attention on your trading. If, on the other hand, you have confidence in your Forex broker, this will free up mental space for you to devote more time and attention to analysis and developing Forex strategies.

So how do you choose the right broker. Here are some of the questions you should ask. Are they licensed and regulated by any government entity. Doing your research prior to committing yourself to a specific broker can go a long way and can help improve your odds of becoming a successful trader. Will your money be protected and insured. Are they a good Forex broker for beginner traders.

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