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Anonymous
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No.301028
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Since we're in the middle of a Crypto Bull Market yet again and I trust you fuckers more than the average /biz/raeli I think we should have a crypto thread.
Here are some useful links I've picked up on over the years.

https://www.lookintobitcoin.com/charts/rhodl-ratio/
https://alternative.me/crypto/fear-and-greed-index/

Some lads at 4chins also have made a market analysis tool.
Although it only works on ERC tokens as I've so far seen.

https://kek.tools/t/0x3fa400483487a489ec9b1db29c4129063eec4654

So what are you fellas holding? Do you have any crypto?
I've got some linkies that have been treating me well and I scooped up some REEF from UNISWAP as of late. Seems the next BIG project will likely be an ETH killer due to all the GAS FEEs making the network neigh unusable as of late. Staking and lending pools seem to be all the rage as well this run.

So any gems you lads know of you'd be willing to shill to a fellow horsefucker?
Anonymous
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No.301033
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>>301028
What Cryptos have their wealth backed by something?
If they can't be inflated by jews that's a plus but are any guaranteed to mean something no matter how people view them in ten years?
Anonymous
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No.301035
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>>301028
>So any gems you lads know of you'd be willing to shill to a fellow horsefucker?
Doge is a meme, and bully anyone who suggests it. I heard that Litecoin is worth considering. However, overall, here's a good summary on the cryptocurrencies worth considering:
Bitcoin
>Bitcoin was the first, but it's got serious technical problems that can't be fixed. At the same time, it's "too big to fail", if faith in bitcoin falls, all the rest of the cryptos will too, regardless of technical improvements.

Monero
>One of the technical problems with bitcoin is that bitcoins are not fungible, that is, a bitcoin can be tracked. You could, for example, have a list of "stolen/illegitamite" bitcoins, and force honest merchants not to accept these bitcoins. Monero fixes this problem by making it impossible to track which coins are sent to whom in a block, this makes it impossible to maintain any sort of list, all Monero is created equal. Technically, you could do the same kind of thing with the bank note number of USD, but of course nobody does 'cuz that would be real inconvenient. Some people suggest that with cryptocurrencies it would be more convenient and so we make our crypto fungible.

Dash
>Another of the technical problems with bitcoin is that it was structured so that a new block is mined about every 10 minutes, this means, on average, it'll take 10 minutes for a transaction to "go through". But wait, there's more! You don't just want to see your transaction go though, you want to wait for 2 or 3 blocks to be built on top of it so you're fairly confident no one else is working on a different but still legitimate version of the block chain. Imagine going to the grocery and trying to pay with Bitcoin, it will take you 30 to 40 minutes to check out. I'll also nitpick this Anon's post, the "fee" associated with crypto transactions dosen't go to a bank, it's a bounty you put out to encourage miners to put your transaction in the next block. Dash "fixes" this problem by making the time to mine a new block about 15 seconds. There's really no technical achievement here, it's just a faster, less popular bitcoin.

Etherium
>"Bro, what if we put programs "Smart contracts" on the blockchain, and then paid other people to run the programs with crypto, attached to the program?". Kinda a neat idea, but until someone really finds a good use for it, it's a novelty. I'll also mention that Etherium is supposed to be switching to a Proof of Stake system, we'll see how popular the fork is though.

Proof of Stake
>A way to build a blockchain, not a cryptocurrency onto itself. instead of guessing numbers to build the next block and get rewarded with the fees + a set amount of the coin, a miner validator is chosen randomly(ish) to create the next block, there are no fees involved and instead the validator and everyone who checks their work receives a flat commission for creating the bock or attesting to it's correctness.. Being offline when you're asked to create a block or disagreeing with other people validating the correctness of a block looses you crypto.

>My personal favorite at the moment is Stellar
>Cryptocurrency tied to other assets, these could be other cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, non-crypto currencies like USD or Pesos, physical commodities like Gold or Silver, or any other asset. It's totally not a cryptocurrency though, it breaks the "trustless" rule that all other cryptos have, instead you trust a set of asset brokers that you can buy or sell derivatives from, think of it more as a decentralized group of stock brokers than a cryptocurrency.
Anonymous
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No.301073
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Would anons consider khan academy be a good resource as a crash course in finance and day trading? Would the knowledge translate well enough to crypto? What kind of knowledge does one need to know what they're doing generally?

>>301035
>Stellar
How is this related to Ripple and XRP? I see that name come up lurking in /xsg/ occasionally.
Anonymous
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No.301074
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What's the best way for a bongistanian to pick up some bitcoin? Only looking to invest a hundred or so pound. Would rather not give my passport to random crypto sellers.
Anonymous
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No.301084
>>301074
/xsg/ recommends xumm or trustwallet for hot storage. Not certain if those would meet said specifications.
Anonymous
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No.301089
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>>301028
Sorry to pour gelid water in this thread OP, but this has to be the bread number 50 surveying the horsefuckers.
It begun with the assumption of virgin incels in the mom's basement, later the commies correct themselves and approach with the tech-nerd hacking stuff, now it is about to measure how wealthy we are.
Please be a bit more original next time.
Anonymous
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No.301096
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>>301028
We already have 3 crypto threads in /cyb/ newfag.
>>>/cyb/88 →
>>>/cyb/1136 →
>>>/cyb/910 →
Anonymous
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No.301141
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>>301096
Don't want to be that guy, but two of those threads have one reply and on average they were made two years ago. Not really certain if "just ask /cyb/" is gonna cut it for now. That and there's a few threads active on /mlpol/ that could easily be placed in /ub/ as well, so that's why I didn't more than blink when this one was created.
I've been meaning to make a QTDDTOT thread on /cyb/ lately though. Hopefully I'll get around to it and it becomes a bit more active.
Anonymous
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No.301144
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>>301033
They're backed by company investments, endorsements, etc. Get on the train while you can. Also, ONLY INVEST IN COINS THAT HAVE UTILIY: BNB, ETH, CAKE, ATOM, XMR, defi tokens in general. You can make a killing off of erc20 tokens.
>>301096
>we already have 3 crypto threads in /cyb/ newfag
>on dead as hell boards
Do the math, Anon. This board is slow, it shouldn't bother you.
Anonymous
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No.301420
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>>301089
You can judge a fandom's wealth buy the amout and quality of the art that comes from it. The more art and the higher quality, the more wealthy the fandom. Look at furfags, lot of them pull 6 figure salaries, and they have an unending stream of "art" that costs hundreds of dollars a piece.
Anonymous
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>>301422
Come back when you're here to talk crypto
Anonymous
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No.301444
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>>301073
There is a section on CMC that will help you learn about crypto.
https://coinmarketcap.com/alexandria/
Anonymous
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No.301454
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>>301073
>How is this related to Ripple and XRP?
ISO 10022

ATOM, XML, and XMR are still low. LINK blew up a few weeks ago for some reason, but it's still low based on QUANT's performance.
LINK is the only smart contract crypto currently backed by the World Economic Forum.
Anonymous
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No.301459
>>301454
>XMR
XRP not XMR
Anonymous
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No.301506
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>>301420
>Look at furfags, lot of them pull 6 figure salaries, and they have an unending stream of "art" that costs hundreds of dollars a piece.
And here I am struggling to find the cash to commission a plushie of my waifu. That being said, only the best will do.

>>301444
Checked and thanks.

>>301454
>ISO 10022
I assume this will be instantiated by the Flare Network? Would you say that any of those have a definitive chance of mooning or are they more likely to have a stable gain in value? Any chance of a crash?

And since we're on the topic of general advice for intoing crypto, at the risk of being told "lurk moar, newfaggot," what kind of rate of gains can one expect from investment generally, if one is competent at this sort of thing? Of course mooning isn't something I'd like to avoid, but nor would I be looking just to gamble.
Anonymous
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>>301454
>XML
Sorry, Stellar Lumens is a shitty little project that already has a too high market cap. It'll be competing with Tether to be the next stable coin, and that's if XLM gets a miraculous moonshot.
>ATOM
Great choice. Cosmos will be at the center of all things by bridging every blockchain together, essentially being the powerhouse of it all. A basic yet effective tokenomics as well (10% APY).
>XMR
Very patrician choice here too. Great for hiding your gains from the IRS; I2P and Tor networks are already throwing out Bitcoin in favor of mass adopting Monero. The Black Market has a rumored value in the trillions. Very bullish that the DHS put out over half a million to whoever cracks their system.

>>301506
Haven't followed XRP because it's a literal shitcoin that always ends up crabbing around 30-50 cents. Where are the tokenomics? If it's just a "store of value" like gold, we already have a store of value, it's called Bitcoin. LOOK FOR COINS OR TOKENS WITH TOKENOMICS, i.e. passive ways to make income, privacy coins (only Monero and Tornado Cash actually achieve thie), things that actually utilize that coin/token. The market crashing on Biblical levels in my opinion is very slim. Why? We have a new floor: retailers, companies, governments, celebrities, normalfags, they are all investing in crypto right now as we speak. We HAVE a new floor, from a psychological standpoint, just consider everything crashing again. People are going to buy the dip if they just take a second to analyze Bitcoin's price chart over the years and realize the potential. Why? BECAUSE IT ALWAYS REBOUNDS. They aren't going to squander a cheap entry. I'll tell you why we get price crashes in the first place. There are faggots called whales that sell a lot of their coins at a noticeable increment, all in hopes of crashing the coins by a few percent all in the hopes of encouraging panic selling. They sell high, and buy low after the paper hands sell. And they understand the true potential of crypto to know that accumulating as much of it will secure them a position among the elite. (Most of these crashes are actually coordinated because no one whale has nearly enough of the supply to cause a big red ticker to scare paperhanded faggots)
Now, about the gains. Your bluechips are probably your safest bet. Chances are if that crypto is on a centralized exchange (cex for short) then it's a bluechip (a safe crypto that will rise in price indefinitely). However, I need to point out that these bluechips are LONG TERM HOLDS, you don't hold them overnight and expect them to go from 1 bil marketcap to 500b.
NOW, the real moonshots come from small marketcap coins with little total supply. However, these are absolutely the biggest gambles you can make in the realm of crypto. What you want to look for is something with tokenomics as mentioned above. Yield farming, liquidity pools, staking, privacy, borrowing, lending. Remember, coins and tokens going off the selling point as to being a store of value is something you want to avoid. Unless that token/coin is being accepted by vendors, retailers, etc... Monero is probably the most fungible in terms of this. Anyways, you need to know something about these early moonshots. Most of them are on the erc20 platform which built on top of the Ethereum network. But the catch is ANYONE can create their own coin which means there's tons of pajeet/chink scams going around. Another thing is the high gas fees, and since you're a newfaggot when it comes to these things it's probably best to stay away from erc20 until that skeleton faggot vitalik fixes his network. Just think, sending any stack of and erc20 token (uniswap, ethereum, sushiswap) is an easy 10 USD per transaction for the busiest hours. Want to swap 50 USD worth of coins for a different coin? You can be looking at a 100 USD gas fee. The mining cartels are absolutely making profit from this and I refuse to waste anymore eth on it until those fees are gone. So unless you have thousands to throw around or you know you'll be investing in a 3000x moonshot that'll happen within a few days, stay away from erc20. Now, most recently a new competitor has entered the competition. BNB (Binance coin) which is attempting to rival Ethereum and it's erc20 network using its very own network called the Binance Smart Chain. If you want to take the same risks as you normally would on erc20, this is absolutely the biggest move you could make right now. The gas fees are within the pennies bracket which means you can fuck up a bunch of transactions and not wince at the accidental spending. Everyone loves cheap; tell me, where do you think the normalniggers are going to go for decentralized finance (liquidity pools, yield farming, borrowing, lending)? Wherever it's cheapest with maximum returns. I recently ended up buying a nice stack of pancakeswap tokens which is currently battling it out with Uniswap in terms of volume, which is doing a pretty damn good job currently (Uniswap is currently staffed by SJW retards, so fuck them). Anyways, I put those cakes to good use 2 days ago by yield farming on pancakebunny.finance (it's going parabolic at the moment). There's some details I've left out of course, so if you have anymore questions, just ask. Anyways, important tips are obviously do your own research and look for audited platforms that have endorsements from big names or youtubers/twitter/reddit (yes reddit can actually be useful sometimes). And even then, audited and well-known platforms still come with a risk. Take Bitfinex for example: they got hacked for millions worth of Bitcoin and they were one of the top exchanges. Oh, another thing, refrain from keeping your crypto on any exchange. Put it all on a ledger/trezor, or even a desktop wallet like Exodus (Don't do exchanges on Exodus though, because Exodus are jews). Fuck niggers, fuck kikes, fuck chinks (not you CZ), and most importantly fuck niggers.
Anonymous
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No.301510
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>>301509
>Haven't followed XRP because it's a literal shitcoin that always ends up crabbing around 30-50 cents. Where are the tokenomics?
XRP is meant to be inexpensive because it's meant for remittances and transfers. It's minimum denomination should match the average minimum currency valuation of the major adopters.

XML: Network for common centralized currencies
ATOM: Networking
XRP: Visa network backend
LINK/QUANT/ETH: Contracts

IRS says that they've managed to track XMR transactions. I doubt it, but it's stupid to try to control it.
The KYC bullshit is also stupid. Does the cashier at your corner store ask for ID before your transaction?
Anonymous
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No.301511
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>>301510
>XRP is meant to be inexpensive
>It's still a shitcoin
Might as well just Tether up then. Algorand is a far superior choice to that shitcoin. I'm sorry, anon. I just don't know how to put it any other way.
>>301510
>IRS says
That's all you need to know to call their bluff. They are using probabilistic methods to track Monero and even that isn't fullproof because it does a bad job most of the time. Unless they can crack ring signatures (using a breakthrough in quantum computing which means an end to privacy for good) Monero is your best bet. https://coingeek.com/ciphertrace-files-two-monero-tracing-patents/
>KYC
Well, you could download a P2P exchange like Bisq to use zelle and buy coins, but you would still need to deposit a certain amount of Ethereum to build trust on that software. There's tons of places you can buy without KYC you just have to know where to look. There's a Monero exchange that sells XMR in browser, but you pay extra since it doesn't implement smart contracts.
Anonymous
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No.301513
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>>301511
>Algorand
Is part of 10022, so it's a perfectly fine choice.
Anonymous
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>>301513
I don't know what that is.
Anonymous
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No.301520
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>>301515
I goofed again. It's ISO 20022
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_20022
Anonymous
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No.301521
>>301520
also:
200 countries by 2022
Anonymous
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>>301439
>>301420
Anonymous
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No.301524
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>>301520
Oh, right. It's "their money" so they probably own a most of the supply and can crash it on a whim.
Anonymous
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>>301524
>see the future shackles being built
>don't buy them in advance to free yourself and your people
Anonymous
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>>301526
I don't understand. I'll be sticking with my eth and bnb for now.
Anonymous
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No.301532
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>>301530
That's okay too.
Imagine if you had a time machine and could go back to 2 years before 9/11.
You wouldn't be able to stop it, and nobody would believe you if you tried.
So what are you left to do? PROFIT.
Lease a shitty closet and over-insure it, then short airline corps. Throw some money at Diebold, Haliburton, and Blackwater after you cash out on your first two "investments".
Anonymous
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No.301534
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>>301532
Alright, I definitely see what you're alluding to. But I don't know how to "profit" from this. Unless you mean to say time their rugpull correctly. No one can time the market correctly.
Anonymous
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No.301535
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>>301534
>But I don't know how to "profit" from this.
ISO 20022 is centralbankcoin. They will implement the model with or without your involvment.
You profit by getting some while it's cheap and selling or using it when it's expensive.
I would also look out for a fast crypto built for ID verification with low gas prices.

>Unless you mean to say time their rugpull correctly. No one can time the market correctly.
The Rothschild family is the largest gold holder in the world. They control the flow and supply, and yet they don't dump.
This is no different. Yes, some of the current cryptos attached to 20022 could end up being trash, but it's highly unlikely that all of them will be trash. And it's even more unlikely that something which has no public mainstream adoption, yet is constantly mentioned by central bankers is garbage.
Anonymous
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No.301537
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>>301535
>You profit by getting some while it's cheap and selling or using it when it's expensive
Sounds like your ordinary swing-trading. "Buy the rumor, sell the news"-esque. Of course, this would end up taking years to see fruition. And again, you would still need to time things.
>The Rothschild family is the largest gold holder in the world.
Who said they had to give up their ownership to manipulate the price of gold? There have been some historically bad plunges when it came to the price of gold.
Anyways, not gonna be taking institutional digital currency seriously.
There are 3 main points to crypto:
1. Controlling your own wealth
2. Making some serious gains
3. Killing this Jewish financial system
Can't do the last one if you adopt digital government assets. But you're right, you can profit off of it just like any other rugpull pajeet scam you find on the erc20 platform. I just don't think it's worth it.
Anonymous
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No.301569
301716
Okay lads.
It looks like the newest fad will be coins on the BSC network (binance's network). Because ETH's gas fees have cucked alt season hard.
Get in on BNB and other coins on the BSC like BRY and CAKE.
4/biz/ is already onto it and its only a matter of time until crypto twitter and the normies get wind of it.
Anonymous
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No.301570
301572
Anyway, what do you think BTC will do? I'm of the mind that this bull run will last until summer. Just a question of whether it dumps (and how hard) before it legs up again. This liquidity and staking shit has made the market remarkable stable (relatively speaking). And BTC crabbing these past few weeks has a lot of people on edge.
Anonymous
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No.301572
>>301570
>bitcoin crashes 10k
>the dip is eaten up within a few hours
Fear naught, my fellow mumu. The mindset of every investor is now that of an accumulator. Do you honestly think they're gonna miss out on cheap internet coins when they know it's inevitable that their investment will moon in the future?
Anonymous
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No.301716
>>301569
To add onto this I've been putting money into goosedefi's EGG token.
https://www.goosedefi.com/nests

Its already pumped a bit but they plan on adding a token burn as well as a lottery, exchange, and other features.
https://goosedefi.gitbook.io/goose-finance/roadmap

Looks promising from what I've seen.
Anonymous
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No.301782
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OH MY FUCKING GOD LADS ETH IS GETTING FLIPPED BY BNB
Anonymous
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No.301784
There's this negro friendly bitcoin clone coming out.
https://bitcoin.black
They even have an airdrop incoming, be sure to sign up so you can dump on niggers.
https://bitcoin.black/get-coins/
Anonymous
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No.301809
>>301782
Ethereum maxis on suicide watch unironically.
Anonymous
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No.301896
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>Oligarch Bill Gates Attacks Bitcoin, Cryptocurrencies
>Is there any greater endorsement of cryptocurrency?
https://bigleaguepolitics.com/oligarch-bill-gates-attacks-bitcoin-cryptocurrencies/
Anonymous
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No.301938
301945
Seriously though wheres the correction?
It has to dump as some point right?
Nearly everything has fucking mooned.
Anonymous
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No.301945
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>>301938
There will be no correction until there's a correction with fiat.
Anonymous
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No.301951
301989
>>301945
Fuck I think you maybe right.
Anonymous
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No.301969
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>>301509
Noticed I haven't said thanks for typing all this out yet. I'll try to read a bit more up on it soon. Particularly interested in CEX coins, something I could just throw some cash at and not worry about for a while. Seems like a safer bet in getting into it rather than trying to analyze the daily fluctuating prices as a newb.
Anonymous
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No.301985
>>301969
No problem. Need to help out my fellow horsefuckers. We're all gonna make it.
Anonymous
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No.301989
>>301951
It gets worse.
As more inflation hits common people, common people will look for ways to set aside money without it losing value.
Which means that easily divisible assets will inflate.
Secondary markets will form around those assets, and the feds will look to capture those markets as they form.
Anonymous
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No.302110
Well it looks like I finally got the dump I was asking for.
Anonymous
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302127
Anyway since we're talking about coins I bought some Rubic before the pump yesterday.
It gives off chainlink type energy.
Anonymous
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No.302127
>>302111
Good luck, I sold mine to break even. Hope you make it. In the meantime, I'll be chasing pumps and dumps.
Anonymous
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Bitcoin Explained. Eventually.
Anonymous
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>>302544
The returns are great. Just don't get too greedy and hedge your bets.
Anonymous
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No.305300
Would like to keep this thread in the catalog for now.
bitcoin sucks, monero rocks
Anonymous
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>>301028
>>302544
(((bitcoin))) isn't truly private.

>>301144
>on dead as hell boards
dead, because of people like you who refuse to use them.

>>301896
(((they))) actually would be happy if you used bitcoin (or similar cryptocurrency) since bitcoin can be tracked/traced more than credit cards (not a joke) Perhaps Gates is looking into launching his own bitcoin clone?
Anonymous
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No.305437
>>305308
I want to buy monero but i'm not sure how to do it safely. I have really limited trust to exchange sites and was really anxious when i had to give my data to coinbase. Since now i own crypto i was thinking about sending eth to edge and exchanging it there.
Would just buy it on Kraken but i feel somehow safer changing eth to xmr without using my bank account.
Anonymous
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R8 my stack
need to get some XMR and want some more Harmony so I can stake it for compound interest
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It's been a fun couple days lurking /xsg/. The price has more than doubled this past week.

Funny meme video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ck98XGXzkrY
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Anonymous
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No.305788
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>>305734
>this is the mindset of an XRP acolyte
A relative called me this week because XRP was featured in a national news segment recently and he thought that banks were going to implement XRP as a means of transacting currency (lol sure). Boomer money must be why it's up 125% in 7 d, haha. Short it now if you can.

My stack: had BTC for a long time, bailed and went all in on BCH but I'm coming to realize that community is retarded in a different way.
Anonymous
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No.305789
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>>305788
>>this is the mindset of an XRP acolyte
This sounds smug and I can't say I really want to take financial advice from someone that I feel doesn't respect me.

>Boomer money must be why it's up 125% in 7 d, haha.
Unlikely.

>Short it now if you can.
No.
Anonymous
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No.305816
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>>305788
If I hadn't listened to fags like you I wouldn't have panic-sold when the lawsuit temporarily tanked it. Oh well, I bought back in so live and learn I guess.

>>305789
>>305734
Nothing's guaranteed but things are looking good for XRP, don't listen to naysayers. Hold your bags.
Anonymous
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>>305816
WAGMI fren. Never selling.
Anonymous
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Can you recommend an exchange to work with and some coins to invest in? Preferably with arguments for why you suggest the coin?

This past year has been crazy for me since my main goal in 2020 was to buy a home. I succeeded in finding a home in a nice area and locked in a low mortgage rate, so now I don't really need to keep as much liquid capital on hand to be able to rush in and snatch up a home in this crazy market. I'm concerned about the effects of the lockdowns combined with inflation from the Federal Reserve inflating the dollar, so I'm just trying to get out of the dollar as fast as I can. I'm trying to diversify my assets across a number of different investments. Stonks, a mutual fund, and precious metals are what I've worked with so far. I feel like I probably have enough to justify investing in crypto a bit.

I don't really trust crypto. Honestly it all strikes me as a ponzi scheme or something like tulip mania. But I recognize that I have the potential to profit from it so I might as well roll the dice. At times I wonder if the crypto game is less rigged against the little guy than the stock market or other investment opportunities. It's unclear which coins that I've missed the boat on though. I feel like by the time I hear about any coin, it's already mooned and buying in would just be asking to buy high/sell low.
Anonymous
41aafd8
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No.305888
305908
>>305886
>I don't really trust crypto.
Me either, but I still trust less the (((exchanges))).
IMHO, an elegant solution to avoid them is to sell stuff while accepting crypto and then to make purchases also paying with it.
Anonymous
41aafd8
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No.305889
305970
>>305886
Any cryptocurrency value is highly volatile because depends on the offer/demand relation, which is very easy to manipulate by the big players.
Now, a little detail that a very few notice is that the banksters can print money at will and buy ALL the crypto they want, not for profit, but to control and corner the market. Little guys like us are just surfing the banksters' wave.
Anonymous
1290973
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No.305908
>>305888
>IMHO, an elegant solution to avoid them is to sell stuff while accepting crypto and then to make purchases also paying with it.
I suppose I kind of did that back in 2017 when I upgraded my PC with a 1080ti and decided to play around with having it mine crypto for some mining pools for a few months. It generated ~$700 of BTC before income rates died down and I quit messing around with it since I got fed up with keeping track of it for taxes. I never bothered fucking around with an exchange to cash the BTC out or buy more crypto with my USD. I just ignored it for a few years and now the BTC in my wallet is worth ~$4k.
Anonymous
8d903fb
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No.305969
306039
>>305886
>Can you recommend an exchange to work with and some coins to invest in
Since you're american you need to use coinbase to transfer from FIAT to crypto. If you're thinking long term just throw some money at shit like BTC, XMR, LINK, ETH and let it sit for a few years. Chasing shitcoin pumps is much riskier and you'll want to look up tutorials on how to use shit like MetaMask. Just remember, not your keys not your coins. AND ALWAYS FUCKING BACK UP YOUR SEED PHRASE WRITE IT DOWN AND PUT IT IN A SAFE.

I'd say we're about over half way into this cycles bull market as well. If you want to wait to buy in at a low then wait for all the coins to crash 80-90% in a few months/half a year and then buy in then.
Anonymous
8d903fb
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No.305970
>>305889
>buy ALL the crypto they want
Yeah except from dead wallets lol.
Anonymous
a3d4fb8
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No.306000
308859
mac.png
>Bitcoin is a Ponzi Scheme
>"BTC is a total ponzi, going up because of new money, much from the printing press, coming in. And it will go down when money printing ends, which seems to be around now."
https://www.henrymakow.com/2021/04/migchels-bitcoin-is-a-ponzi-scheme.html
Anonymous
3d320f1
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No.306020
306022
Simple question: how will you use crypto-currencies when the internet is (((temporarily shut down)))?
Anonymous
a3d4fb8
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No.306022
306080
>>306020
Good question. Also if the electric grid is down.
Anonymous
1290973
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No.306039
308860
>>305969
After seeing what god damn fucking dogecoin did these past few days, I'm wondering if I should just batten down the hatches instead? I'm reminded of an anecdote from just before the great depression. The story goes that some big shot wallstreet mogul met some wageslave normalfag. In some versions of the story the worker is a shoe shiner, and in another he is an elevator attendant. Regardless, the worker's profession makes the mogul a captive audience to the worker for a few minutes. The worker makes small talk by talking about his stock portfolio and inquiring if the veteran investor has any advice for a new investor. Upon hearing about the worker's investments, the mogul becomes panicked as he realizes that the jig is up. He quickly rushed to close his positions and move his capital into safe havens. Days later the big market crash hit.

I don't know if the story is true, but that sure sounds like what's happening now. I swear, whenever I'm around a computer without an ad blocker I'm bombarded with advertisements for bitcoin credit cards and marketing apps like robinhood and webull.
Anonymous
a3d4fb8
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No.306044
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>There Is Now A Dogecoin Billionaire Worth $15BN
>There is little we can add here that David Einhorn didn't already say yesterday, but it's probably worth noting for those keeping track of where in the bubble we are now, that in the magical world of dogecoin - a cryptocurrency that was specifically created as a joke spoof on the crypto concept and which has been promoted aggressive by such luminaries as Elon Musk - there is now a holder residing at address "DH5yaieqoZN36fDVciNyRueRGvGLR3mr7L" who owns 36,711,935,369.11 dogecoins or whatever the plural is, and whose holdings - which started accumulating back in Febriary 2019 - after the latest surge in dogegoin which has sent the joke crypto up 150% in the past 24 hours and 5x in the past week...
https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/there-now-dogegoin-billionaire-worth-15bn
Anonymous
a6047be
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No.306071
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>>306044
Anonymous
0a3d953
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No.306073
>>306044
Wew wish I didn't forget my wallet password. In fact when it shows up again soon this might change quite a bit.
Well might as well try to cash out now.
Memecoin for the win good job past me.
Anonymous
b3ae7cd
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No.306077
306080 306083
Cryptocurrency question

If I have 1k dollars and exchange that for Dogecoin, and both are inflated over 1 year but american dollars are inflated more than Dogecoin, does this mean I've made money by the end of that year?
Anonymous
3d320f1
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No.306080
>>306022
Rolling brownouts/blackouts are common throughout portions of the Jew-S. Keep your e-wallets on laptops and tablets that can be easily recharged. Do not ever use (((smartphones))).

>>306077
Only IF the exchange rate is still favorable, IF you still have electricity, and IF the internet is still available. Should any of those be a "no", then you have a serious problem.
Anonymous
1290973
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No.306083
>>306077
The taxman cares about the exchange rates at the time of your transactions to determine your capital gains.
Anonymous
b66e7d9
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No.306101
>>301537
>3. Killing this Jewish financial system
You have to be extremely naive to think they would even allow this to exist if it was a threat to their control. This is reserve psychology; they want you to think "crypto" is "beating them", when in reality it's the system they will use to replace the fiat/paper money system they've destroyed already when hyperinflation catches up. Cryptos will act as a "global currency" and do away with national ones, the plus side is they can be manipulated more easily by them now that they don't have to "print" money, it's all electronic and all purchases are electronically logged (something that was impossible with cash). They destroyed Germany in WW2 because Hitler went outside of their financial control.
Anonymous
843fd7c
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No.306132
1618689493.png
1618689635.png
The schizo is bleeding over into pony.
Anonymous
a3d4fb8
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No.306284
306340
dogecoin.png
>“It’s Totally Insane. Someone Made A Million On Dogecoin With His Stimulus Check"
https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/its-totally-insane-someone-made-million-dogecoin-his-stimulus-check
Anonymous
f89afc1
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No.306340
306352 306356
>>306284
Based.
I'm starting to wish I'd bought dogecoin.
Anonymous
caa702f
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No.306352
>>306340
Wait until people forget about it and it drops back down to near nothing again, put a small amount of money in, and just hang onto it until it randomly pumps again.
Anonymous
f9598f0
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No.306356
>>306340
looks like it's time to sell
Anonymous
a3d4fb8
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No.306559
306735
bitc.png
>Bitcoin Is a ‘Boon for Surveillance’, Says Former CIA Director
>Blockchain technology is underutilized as a "forensic tool," argues Michael Morell in a new report
https://truthunmuted.org/bitcoin-is-a-boon-for-surveillance-says-former-cia-director/
https://decrypt.co/66411/cia-bitcoin-surveillance
Anonymous
bfb35b0
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No.306735
>>306559
Unironically this policy would be bullish for Bitcoin, and the only losers would be people dumb enough to use it for illegal transactions on the assumption that crypto is automatically untraceable.
Anonymous
a3d4fb8
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No.307269
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>No, Dogecoin Does Not Compete With Bitcoin
>Medium of exchange and store of value are very different products.
https://cryptoeconomy.substack.com/p/no-dogecoin-does-not-compete-with
Anonymous
a3d4fb8
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No.307275
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>CEO of a Turkish Crypto Exchange Thodex Reportedly Runs Off With $2 Billion
>Nearly 400,000 users of a Turkish cryptocurrency exchange were left out of their accounts without being able to withdraw their funds. The platform’s website has been down for several days, while reports suggest its CEO has already fled the country with up to $2 billion.
https://cryptopotato.com/ceo-of-a-turkish-crypto-exchange-thodex-reportedly-runs-off-with-2-billion/
https://twitter.com/FeraSY1/status/1384929504984973314
Anonymous
a3d4fb8
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No.307325
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>Second Turkish Crypto Exchange Collapses, Four Employees Arrested On Suspicion Of Fraud
>Just days after major Turkish Crypto exchange Thodex collapsed, its CEO fled with a rumored $2 billion (and was reportedly detained) and dozens of people were arrested, Turkey’s cryptocurrency investors were dealt another blow as second big exchange collapsed.
>In a statement posted late Friday on its website, Vebitcoin said it halted operations citing deteriorating financial conditions claiming that unspecified financial strain led to the decision — possibly caused by an unusually high number of withdrawals leading up to Turkey’s forthcoming cryptocurrency ban, according to CoinTelegraph.
https://www.zerohedge.com/crypto/second-turkish-crypto-exchange-collapses-four-employees-arrested-suspicion-fraud
Anonymous
00de80a
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No.307340
307375
1619448531.png
>Be me
>Buy a bunch of discount bitcoins in my sleep
>Now I have a bunch of bitcoins in my sleep
Wat do?
Anonymous
a3d4fb8
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No.307375
307410
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>>307340
POOF!!!
Anonymous
3f7cb5f
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No.307410
1619552701.gif
>>307375
I see what you're saying. I need to go get a psychic reading.
Anonymous
a3d4fb8
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No.307494
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5449.png
Is Bitcoin/Crypto/Blockchain a Trojan Horse to Usher in a Cashless Society Control Grid?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U55Y-EyxA2o
Mirror: https://odysee.com/@johnbushlivefreenow:c/is-bitcoin-crypto-blockchain-a-trojan:f
Anonymous
14445c1
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No.307502
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I think the best crypto to buy right at THIS INSTANT is XLM, but overall I think XRP is going to be the best buy over time.
>it's centralized!
It isn't.
>they're being sued by the SEC!
Worse case scenario they pay a billion dollar fine and life goes on.
>It's a banker coin!
Yeah - who the fuck do you think has all the money?

Outside of crypto, I think the best available opportunity is in physical silver. They've been using more silver than is physically produced every year, and the stockpiles have to be draining somewhere. Silver is needed in every TV; every car; every rocket, bomb, and munition - and all the big banks are mega-short silver in order to keep prices artificially low for the industrials.
Anonymous
ad73676
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No.307503
1619714226.jpg
>>307502
>1st picture
Incredibly based.
Anonymous
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No.307584
307585 307803
ponut.png
https://pone.social/@corpubro/106158872524412566
Anonymous
a3d4fb8
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No.307585
>>307584
Clop Coin must be.
Anonymous
6f74a11
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No.307803
>>307584
MareBits
Anonymous
7650f96
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No.308374
308393 308397
1620895996.gif
Would someponer be willing to say if it's a good time to buy now? Lurking /biz/ some people are saying alts are going to crash 90% due to BTC getting dropped by Tesla and others are saying we need to get all the crypto we can to prep for the threat of massive amounts of inflation looming. Maybe wait a little for the bear market to settle in? Just how long would that take?
Anonymous
0d0b5f6
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No.308393
308396
>>308374
>Would someponer be willing to say if it's a good time to buy now?
No responsible poner will say that.
Crypto is a pyramid scheme and little foals like us have no clue what the big players are doing. As you already should know the value fluctuates by offer/demand relations, that means that big traders can buy and dump huge amounts of crypto and therefore to drive its value artificially. It is a game pretty similar to the Stock Market casino.
Anonymous
dbced93
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No.308396
>>308393
Take in count that non-stop raising values are fueled by new comers in the game who buy, buy and buy.
I should add that governments have the upper hand to regulate or proscribe crypto because by clamping down, or better yet, taking over the exchanges can block, seize, and steal using taxation, those private tokens.
Also, to take into account is the actual answer the following question: Can I buy food with crypto?
Anonymous
f8cde7d
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No.308397
308401
>>308374
Big institutions are working hard to create FUD around crypto to get a bigger discount, while recently getting private access on defi protocols like Aave. You tell me? Christ, can't you do ANY research by yourself? Safest bet is BTC or ETH if you want to buy in right now.
>>305444
>ONE
Vaporwave, basically not being used by any big players. Just a way to cope if you missed Ethereum.
>RVN
Again, another coping mechanism for anyone who missed Bitcoin.
>RLC
Vaporwave, there can only be one oracle coin, and that would be Link.
Link and MAYBE BTT are the only good things in your portfolio.
>b-but it pumps!
Most big investors are interested in the widely known bluechips, not 'literal who' tokens. What do you think happens to those coins in a bear market when these untapped institutional markets are busy adopting high caps? Don't mean to fud, it's great that you made some money, but I believe only the true bluechips with nocoiner adoption will be the safest in the longterm until the next halving cycle.
Anonymous
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No.308400
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>Goldman MD Quits After Making Fortune Off Dogecoin
>The Guardian and the website efinancialcareers reported that Aziz McMahon, a former managing director and head of emerging market sales at Goldman Sachs, resigned from the investment bank - and gave up one of the most prestigious jobs in the world of finance - after earning the windfall of a lifetime off a cryptocurrency created as a joke back in 2013, and which has seen a massive runup so far this year. The exact size of McMahon's alleged crypto-fortune wasn't disclosed, other than the fact that he made "millions of dollars". The cryptocurrency is up more than 1,00% in 2021, though it has fallen more than 30% since the start of the week, and was recently trading at 47 cents.
>Coinciding with the worst selloff in doge since the start of its remarkable runup this year, news of the executive's decision to resign with his "f**k you" crypto money quickly captivated the attention of social media users, while many seized the opportunity to try and pump. Doge is down more than 30% so far this week.
https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/goldman-md-quits-after-making-fortune-dogecoin
I might be wrong, but it t looks like Elon Musk is a friend or partner of this guy, by tweeting "DOGE" a lot of normies bought the coin and the price went to the sky, then was the right moment to dump Doge and retire with the money invested for those new comers.
Anonymous
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No.308401
308402
>>308397
>Christ, can't you do ANY research by yourself?
Have you read my post or were you just looking for someone to take your anger out on?
Anonymous
f8cde7d
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No.308402
308403
>>308401
Lurking /biz/ isn't doing "research". And yes, I was also looking to simultaneously vent my anger while providing a little insight.
Anonymous
9ad2849
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No.308403
308404
>>308402
>I was also looking to ... vent my anger
Then keep your opinions to yourself.
Anonymous
f8cde7d
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No.308404
308406
>>308403
No. Also, my points still stands. If you're getting your research from /biz/ you unironically have a NGMI mentality and will take on massive losses.
Anonymous
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No.308406
308407
>>308404
You've told me nothing I haven't learned from lurking /biz/ already, and I'm not your emotional punching bag. Kindly grow up please.
Anonymous
f8cde7d
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No.308407
308408 308411 308487
>>308406
>Lurking /biz/ some people are saying alts are going to crash 90% due to BTC getting dropped by Tesla
You don't belong in crypto if you think there's a good chance that will happen anytime soon, I'm gonna clue you in since you're so obviously pathetic and can't take criticism without flinching too hard: https://bowtiedbull.substack.com/
Anonymous
9ad2849
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No.308408
308411 308413
>>308407
>Acting like a nigger
Okay buddy, maybe you ought to take a break from the internet for a little while, how about it.
Anonymous
a3d4fb8
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No.308411
File (hide): 8EA6F888C7B504AA13E2893BB9611363-5002366.mp4 (4.8 MB, Resolution:576x1024 Length:00:00:15, I have a unicorn.mp4) [play once] [loop]
I have a unicorn.mp4
>>308407
>>308408
>poner noises
Anonymous
f8cde7d
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No.308413
308423
>>308408
>thinks im acting like a nigger
Just trying to give some advice to an obvious nocoiner who has never invested a single time in their life. Not sure how you conflate that with "acting like a nigger". Bull cycles typically last 1.5 years, we're not even half way in, and you're panicking over a 10% drop, which is quite common in a volatile market. NGMI.
Anonymous
a66ed4d
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No.308423
308462
>>308413
>>thinks im acting like a nigger
You most definitely were.

>Just trying to give some advice to an obvious nocoiner who has never invested a single time in their life.
Is that a fact.

>Not sure how you conflate that with "acting like a nigger".
Flying off the handle after I had politely signaled that I didn't want to deal with whatever issues you've got going on.

>Bull cycles typically last 1.5 years, we're not even half way in, and you're panicking over a 10% drop, which is quite common in a volatile market.
Okay then, fair enough.

>NGMI.
I guess we'll see about that won't we.
Anonymous
f8cde7d
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No.308462
308463
>>308423
If you don't know what to do, just DCA, it isn't hard.
>Is that a fact.
Yes, it's so obvious that you're new to the crypto game simply because you talk like every other paper-handed faggot, which, let's be honest, we don't need anymore of those in this market. Excuse my brash behavior, but you need to lose the ego.
Anonymous
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No.308463
308465
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>>308462
>excuse my ego, but you need to lose the ego
Anonymous
f8cde7d
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No.308465
308466
>>308463
>n-no! you cant just criticize me for being a dumb fucking newfaggot who has a holier-than-thou attitude and cant stand it when others with more experience give me advice!
Not sure if you're the same person or not since the bloated pussy keeps changing IDs, but you're both going to neck it when you buy the top and sell the bottom trying to swing trade. It's almost a wet dream for me since you both talk like you have small-dick trifecta.
Anonymous
5bedd74
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No.308466
308476 308481
>>308465
That's a different anon, you're acting like a massive dickhead with an axe to grind and you know it, nobody wants your "help," and you know where the door is, thanks.
Anonymous
7c3615b
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No.308476
308481
>>308466
This
also checked
Anonymous
f8cde7d
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No.308481
308482 308487
>>308466
Enjoy losing your poorstack because you were a dumbfuck who freaked way the fuck out over small drop in price in which I would otherwise sleep through. Please, by all means, cave in to the FUD, nothing would make me happier if you sold the bottom and bought the top. Nocoiners like you are quite the detriment to crypto after all, and I reckon you'll lose quite a bit of your net worth before seeing any real profit. I won't be leaving anytime soon, I personally enjoy agitating the retards like you that are the only real threat to crypto overall.
>>308476
>slowboard
>I MUST CHECK THOSE DIGITS
lol
Anonymous
7c3615b
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No.308482
308505
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>>308481
>must
Choose to. Mlpol is a board of frenship. It's a gesture of commonality and politeness to check digits. You're not bothering anyone, you're just being an asshole. But since seem to be in need of more than a few frenship lessons, I thought I would lead by example.
Anonymous
0a3d953
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No.308487
308508
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Please keep in mind resources, skills, utility options, wisdom, and means to produce stuff is also vital.
>>308407
Not a bad resource, but take it with a grain of salt. It's useful.
>>308481
Keep the eyes on the prize. You aren't wanting crypto for the sake of crypto, that's wanting money only for the sake of wanting money.
Having alot of crypto or 'US token' is a means to an end at least until the currency's soul can be purified. Any of them.
You do require a means to get what you desire stonks and coins may be a means. Keep in mind being flexible and preparing.
Who ever the bowtie animal group is and their island, you must be careful. Don't be clown bankers, be Anons. Good fun loving political hoers fugging anons.
'Member the future is a long while away and everybody (here) is vital.
Ensure your loved ones have what is necessary and the means, plan for the worst be prepared to capitalize on events and actions as they come. Bring about the paradise for you, your loved ones, and friends, and allies, and everyone.
It's a massive undertaking that is required. Then even the stars, moon and Equestria is well within reach.
Anonymous
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No.308489
wonderwho.jpg
Don't worry they will "try" to confiscate it to no avail.
Anonymous
f8cde7d
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No.308505
308507
>>308482
>But since seem
Did you have a stroke trying to type this out?
>>308484
Only ones that are getting fucked are the swing-trading faggots like the previous anons. Stay poor.
Anonymous
7c3615b
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No.308507
308508
>>308505
Nah, finishing with your mom
Anonymous
f8cde7d
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No.308508
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>>308487
BowTiedBull is as based as they come.
>>308507
Yes, quite original, hats off to you my good friend.
Anonymous
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No.308632
308647
To change the subject and hopefully steer conversation back in a constructive direction, I really really wish Elon Musk would either neck himself or shut the fuck up. It's impossible to see what the market is actually doing because every time that faggot tweets something Bitcoin jumps up or down and takes everything else with it.
Anonymous
4e9dbea
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No.308647
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>>308632
The way I see it if someone's in it for the long haul the daily fluctuations can't hurt too much. If I buy something at a dollar vs at two dollars and it eventually goes to 200 dollars it was still a good investment. Just helps free my mind up for other things, not get too emotionally invested in the squiggly lines.
Anonymous
a3d4fb8
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No.308663
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>"Ever Heard Of Paypal?": Elon Musk Has Epic Meltdown Arguing With Bitcoin Fanatics
>With Elon Musk's "stand" against bitcoin last week, claiming that Tesla would not longer accept the coin for payments due to the environmental impact of mining it, the Tesla CEO quickly wound up doing an about-face in terms of his popularity with bitcoin fanatics.
>And that "new" relationship was on full display Sunday when the Tesla CEO had an epic meltdown after a spat that started with podcast host Peter McCormack. The spat sent cryptos crashing
>And subjected Musk to ridicule...
https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/ever-heard-paypal-elon-musk-has-epic-meltdown-arguing-bitcoin-fanatics
Anonymous
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No.308715
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>>308663
>TFW a literal rocket scientist gets BTFO by tendie loving crypto nerds
Maybe ole Elon bit off a bit more than he could chew. Anyponer have any idea what this means for the market on a macro scale?
Anonymous
b3ae7cd
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No.308733
>>308715
I'm no expert but I think Elon just permanently damaged his credibility as "Le mad genius who loves bitcoin because he's smart". I don't think his "fuck with cryptocurrency prices just by mentioning them" power will be as strong any more unless he does something smart to win back the crowd. Maybe he tried to reduce prices hoping to profit? I don't think it was worth it unless he's got some under-the-table scheme where he plans to make so much from this, he'll never need to pull this bullshit again.
Anonymous
3d320f1
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No.308756
>>308663
Ebon Mutt is barely 90IQ, and that is pushing it. He's a Big Tech friend with lots of aristocratic shekels that his family allowance gave. Offers !!huge advances!! up front, yet his tech buddies give nothing of value. The Hyperloop for example? Supposed to be 120MPH, can travel anywhere within 400 miles, and will be 100% solar/wind powered! Turns out the Hyperjewp costs 800% more than advertised and can only travel at a "safe speed" of 20MPH. Oh, can only take you about 10 miles, too. Fuck Mutt, and fuck the crypto he supports.
Anonymous
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No.308856
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So anyway, Monero's crashed to less than half its price two weeks ago of over 500 USD. Might be a good time to pick that one up in case you've been meaning to.
Anonymous
2e8cfef
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No.308859
308864
>>306000
They label everything they cant control as a Ponzi Scheme, don't they?
Anonymous
2e8cfef
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No.308860
>>306039
>I don't know if the story is true, but that sure sounds like what's happening now.
Paul Getty related in How to be Rich that it's incredibly easy to tell when a market is overvalued by just taking casual observation of it (There's a bit more to it than just that, but I'm paraphrasing). The people you should be weary of listening to are the idiots who are either invested too deep and "cannot lose" or the retards who never bother learning about the subjects and systems and are simply looking to "get rich quick" (With the irony being that they're the first to accuse others of falling for those schemes).
Anonymous
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No.308864
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>>308859
Perhaps. But crypto is a ponzi scheme (or pyramid) indeed.
Anonymous
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No.308867
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>>308864
>But crypto is a ponzi scheme (or pyramid) indeed
Both are the same thing and exposed that you don't know jack shit about what you're talking about. A Ponzi Scheme is when, for example, you put a dollar into a program, find two other people, get both them to stick a dollar into the program, and then walk away with two dollars while leaving the two "recruits" looking for their own recruits to get involved with the program.

How the term first came about was after Charles Ponzi created such a program, which collapsed in on itself and resulted in his arrest in 1920: https://infogalactic.com/info/Charles_Ponzi
Since then, the government has been extremely observant of businesses that enact a Ponzi Scheme type of business model, with such organizations getting seized within a few years of operation. Now, as time progressed, people also started referring to Ponzi Schemes as "pyramid schemes", however there is issue in that regard. For a business to be identified as a "pyramid scheme" what that indicates is the the business model is operating in an illegal fashion like a Ponzi scheme. But, this creates the issue that ANY type of organization is created like a pyramid. At the top, there's the owner, then the BoD, then the division mangers, the team leads, the supervisors, the employees, and so on. So, a company being designed like a pyramid in-and-of-itself is not illegal. What IS illegal is for a company to have less-than-zero room for advancement. IOW, if it is impossible for people to change standing in a company's structure. THAT is what identifies a company as a "pyramid scheme", and causes the government to come crashing down on the organization (Hard).

Now, this is just a quick summary of what Ponzi Schemes and Pyramid Schemes are without all the nuisances mentioned (Like how MLMs get a pass because they make money from sales of products and services, not recruitment), but it should help display that cryptos are not either of the two. All cryptocurrencies are is just an alternate means of exchange with an agreed upon value, IOW bartering.
Anonymous
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No.308868
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>>308867
>and exposed that you don't know jack shit about what you're talking about
Ahem.
The price is fueled by new comers injecting money at the pyramid's base, therefore it is a pyramid.
Anonymous
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No.308869
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>>308868
>The price is fueled by new comers injecting money
<Stock price fueled by new comers injecting money
<Service price fueled by new comers injecting money
<Market price fueled by new comers injecting money

Anonymous
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>>308869
You are correct, and so I am.
Anonymous
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No.308873
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>easyDNS Dropping DOGE payments
>Nobody is using Doge other than to sell it to each other hoping for number-go-up. Anybody watching how Elon Musk conducts himself over the years will have few doubts that after number-go-up enough for him to perhaps book another phantasmagorical pro-forma “earnings” beat with one of his profitless companies, he’ll trash Doge too.
https://easydns.com/blog/2021/05/20/easydns-dropping-doge-payments/
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>After Being Declared 'Dead' For the 414th Time, Crypto Markets Are Roaring Back
>The ripples created by the cryptocurrency market crash which saw $1.1 trillion eviscerate from the global market cap in a matter of days continued to reverberate on Wednesday, as a majority of coins experienced notable rebounds.
https://www.zerohedge.com/crypto/after-being-declared-dead-414th-time-crypto-markets-are-roaring-back
Anonymous
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No.309111
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I think I found a purpose behind the shitcoins.
They're the lowest value of poker chips.

For those who don't know, white chips are $1, red are $5, and blue are $10. Comparing these to cryptos, your blue chips would be Bitcoin and Etherium. Your red chips are "lesser" powerful ones like Dash and Lite. And, your white chips would be the shitcoins like Doge and Shib. Now, with white chips, they don't really exists for those who want to make any real money gambling. They just exist for people who are looking to play around with gambling and either lose their small amount of pocket change or come out with an extra $10 they didn't have prior. I was wondering if it's possible to use the shitcoins for a similar purpose. NOT as any currency with real value, but as a means to drop $5 exchanging around money between currencies to get a feel for the trading, how it works, how to send/receive crypto, how to convert it, and so on.

As far as I know, there isn't really any application or "game" that exists that simulates how trading/exchanging in the crypto market actually functions. So, I was wondering if these shitcoins would be a good primer for what comes later.
Anonymous
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No.309114
>>309111
>I was wondering if these shitcoins would be a good primer for what comes later.
If to get "the feeling" is about, bitcoin will do.
Shitcoins at targeted to "know nothing" normies who buy bet on them.
Anonymous
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No.309152
>>309111
Someone bought 95 USD worth of shib back in January which turned into 85k. They got really lucky due to the Elon Musk tweets. Not a bad idea to throw house money into something like that. The cryptos that do the best are the ones with an active community/shill campaign, marketing is almost everything, technology is just a bonus.
Anonymous
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>Massive bitcoin mine discovered in UK after police raid suspected cannabis farm
>The mine was stealing thousands of pounds worth of electricity from the mains supply, police said.
>Police searched the unit on May 18 on the back of intelligence that led them to believe it was being used as a cannabis farm.
>These are all “classic signs” of a cannabis farm, police said. However, officers found a bank of around 100 computers and zero cannabis on entering the building.
https://www.cnbc.com/2021/05/28/bitcoin-mine-discovered-by-uk-police-on-cannabis-farm-raid-.html
Anonymous
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No.309394
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What are some reliable and safe crypto exchanges that are not running through West Taiwan or are pozzed?
Anonymous
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>The IRS wants “reliable” tools to crack crypto wallets
https://www.naturalnews.com/2021-05-30-irs-wants-reliable-tools-crack-crypto-wallets.html
B-but that's an overt conspiracy to commit hacking and theft.
Anonymous
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No.309444
>>309394
KuCoin is pretty reliable. Low fees by industry standards, huge selection of coins, not as pozzed as most exchanges are with their automated "anti-money-laundering" systems (I've had my withdrawals on Binance.us halted because the withdrawal amount was too large.). You ideally want multiple exchange accounts. KuCoin to get the most access to coins, lows fees, trustworthiness. Coinlist for token sales on coins that are easily valued in the billions market cap wise. Coinbase/Gemini for fiat on/off ramp. I personally like Coinbase better since they have an option for PayPal. Created an account for Gemini to buy Injective Protocol. ProBit if you want to get in on high-risk coins that have most of their liquidity on dexs and have yet to list on and big exchanges. Yeah, that's about it.
Anonymous
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No.309458
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Can you imagine if the entire fandom since October 2010 just took the hint from MLP and bought Bitcoin?
Equestria's currency is called "Bits" When was the first time "bits" was said in season 1 ? How much was 1 bitcoin worth at that time?

This could had been the richest fandom of all time, richer than the furries. If only people would have taken the hint.
Anonymous
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No.309462
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>>309458
>bronies get rich
>they waste it all on porn from e-celeb artists
>by the time Hasbro goes bankrupt in 2030 no money is left to buy them
Anonymous
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>>309462
Anonymous
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Essay
>The Cyberattacks Are to Force the End of Paper Money
https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/markets-by-sector/foreign-exchange/the-cyberattacks-are-to-force-the-end-of-paper-money/
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No.309786
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Elon Nigger at it again. He tweeted this fucking nonsense as soon as we broke out as a few hours beforehand. For any poners that are wondering, this is a bear pennant. Technical astrologists consider this "bearish" and will now refuse to buy since there was no bounce back above the support line. So now chances are it'll dip lower. Sold a little over half of my portfolio just in case.
Anonymous
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No.309791
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>>309786
>Musk
First Doge, now Bitcoin, that nigger shilling again.
Anonymous
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No.309796
>>309791
>smartest african american steals your money with a few tweets
Whatever I'm just gonna sleep through this mess. In other news, Michael Burry is basically shorting Elon's Tesla: https://www.cnbc.com/2021/05/17/michael-burry-of-the-big-short-reveals-a-530-million-bet-against-tesla.html
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>Ron Paul: Bitcoin Must Be Taken Seriously In The Age Of "Free Money"
https://www.zerohedge.com/crypto/ron-paul-bitcoin-must-be-taken-seriously-age-free-money
Anonymous
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>Cryptos Tumble After Musk Tweets "Cumrocket To The Moon"
https://www.zerohedge.com/crypto/cryptos-tumble-after-musk-tweets-cumrocket-moon
https://twitter.com/Stalingrad_Poor/status/1401185417811034118
Time to meme Tesla out of existence?
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No.309964
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>El Salvador looks to become the world’s first country to adopt bitcoin as legal tender
>El Salvador President Nayib Bukele plans to introduce legislation that will make it the world’s first sovereign nation to adopt bitcoin as legal tender.
>Bukele broadcast his intentions on a video at the Bitcoin 2021 conference in Miami.
>Bukele said the country is partnering with digital wallet company, Strike, to build modern financial infrastructure using bitcoin technology.
https://www.cnbc.com/2021/06/05/el-salvador-becomes-the-first-country-to-adopt-bitcoin-as-legal-tender-.html
Anonymous
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No.309984
>>309964
>>El Salvador looks to become the world’s first country to adopt bitcoin as legal tender
Dubai is already doing this: https://archive.ph/y4UI7
>How Dubai is embracing Cryptocurrencies
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August Takala - TRUMP - Bitcoin, it just seems like a scam. I don't like it. I want the dollar to be the currency of the world..mp4
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>Bitcoin Drops Again After Donald Trump Calls for Federal Regulators to Crack Down on the Cryptocurrency
>Former president Donald Trump took shots at Bitcoin on Monday, which corresponded with another drop in price in the popular and controversial cryptocurrency. Bitcoin dropped 8.5 percent due in part to Trump’s sentiments.
>“Bitcoin, it just seems like a scam … I don’t like it because it is another currency competing against the dollar,” Trump said while making an appearance on CNBC.
>“Essentially, it is a currency competing against the dollar. I want the dollar to be the currency of the world, that’s what I’ve always said,” he added.
>Once again, Trump appears to be on the wrong side of a crucial freedom issue. Trump’s advisors are sending him awry, as they did throughout his presidency, and he has apparently not learned any lessons.
https://bigleaguepolitics.com/bitcoin-drops-again-after-donald-trump-calls-for-federal-regulators-to-crack-down-on-the-cryptocurrency/
https://twitter.com/AugustTakala/status/1401894513245818880
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>Globalists Launch Attacks on Bitcoin, Senate Witness Says ‘Make Bitcoin Criminal’
>Globalists are launching a concerted effort to undermine and even potentially criminalize Bitcoin as the global finance class fears that their grasp on currency power might be slipping. Finance class stooges including Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, and Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell are spouting increasingly desperate rationalizations for why Bitcoin is supposedly bad. Bitcoin enthusiasts see the cryptocurrency as a potential replacement for paper money if the dollar and other currencies crash during the almost certain financial instability that lies ahead of us.
https://nationalfile.com/globalists-launch-attacks-on-bitcoin-senate-witness-says-make-bitcoin-criminal/
https://twitter.com/disclosetv/status/1402766651628601344
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0qs5gJJmB-c
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>New York Hydro Power Plant Mines Bitcoin Because More Profitable Than Selling Electricity To Grid
https://www.zerohedge.com/crypto/new-york-hydro-plant-mines-bitcoin-selling-electricity-grid
Anonymous
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No.312585
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>>310169
>m-muh drumphf advisors.
seems like team red knows more than these talking heads. if you have a gun pointed to your back or pedo tapes over your head you do what the jew tells you.
Anonymous
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No.312593
>>312585
I remember when the Feds raided Trump's lawyer office, then MAGA turned to nothing but bullshit and gaslighting.
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No.312613
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>Just 5% Of All Bitcoins In Circulation Have Traded In The Past Year
>In JPMorgan's latest weekly bitcoin hit piece (because for some "inexplicable" reason, JPMorgan executive have instructed most of the bank's strategists, including those covering equity and rates, to slam the cryptocurrency on a weekly if not daily basis while the bank quietly builds out its own proprietary crypto fund, almost as if it is desperate to scare its clients into selling), the bank makes an interesting argument: bitcoin is not liquid enough to be successfully implemented as a legal tender in El Salvador.
>The reason, as JPM has discovered, is that bitcoin's float may be as little as 5%, if not less. Discussing the daily trading volumes of bitcoin, JPM notes that a large fraction of Bitcoin are locked up in illiquid entities (liquidity sinks), "with more than 90% not changing hands in more than a year" while roughly 80% - and rising - are held by wallets with light turnover. This means that a paltry 5-10% of all bitcoin in circulation has traded in the past year.
https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/just-5-all-bitcoins-circulation-have-traded-past-year
Anonymous
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No.312614
>>312613
Do not sell.
Anonymous
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>John McAfee`s speech about government, taxes, banks, corruption, and cryptocurrency - John McAfee
Listen to McAfee faggots.
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>US regulators want the ‘crypto’ out of cryptocurrency - because that will help them use it to control your every move
https://www.rt.com/op-ed/531238-crypto-regulation-sec-cbdcs/
https://twitter.com/awayslice/status/1413250347120930816
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>Bitcoin Becomes Legal Tender in El Salvador Today!
>Dominic Frisby explains how this historical moment could transform the country – and says the benefits won’t be limited just to El Salvador.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=adUCxNBlCy0&t=20s