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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
301084
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
>>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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No.301439
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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
301459 301506 301509
>>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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>>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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No.301515
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>>301513
I don't know what that is.
Anonymous
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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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>>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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No.301530
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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
>>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
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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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>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
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>>301945
Fuck I think you maybe right.
Anonymous
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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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>>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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No.302111
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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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>>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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