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Or * Genesis * Three Arrows Capital (3AC) * Voyager Digital * BlockFi * Celsius * Mine Digital * Zipmex * Babel Finance * Hodlnaut * Blockchain Global * Cryptopia * Quadriga * Bitgrail * Youbit * Mt. Gox Choose your poison.

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Its very negligible. If you really cared about the environment you would turn your AC off and hang dry your clothes, which account for 80% of energy usage in the first world. We spend billions on petrol transporting cheap chinesum crap which gets returned the day its bought, and back on the big rig loop.

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Curtailment contracts are the main source of profit for these mining companies. Mining with S19 rigs, the highest in circulation, is a small margin game at 10~15%. In ERCOT, the electric providers won't build a power plant unless they know there is an energy buyer waiting to plug in and purchase load. The miner steps into the market and uses high amount of energy as a place holder, or buyer of last resort. The plant gets built because of the miners. The profit comes when a freeze or heatwave comes into the gridded area. The demand for electricity sky rockets and emergency measures can be placed by officials. This allows electric providers to pay miners to turn off, allowing the newly built electricity loads to become available for the extra AC units or heating units. Turning off miners doesn't affect the bitcoin network much at all. Tick tock next block... Few power companirs want to build a new plant simply for the few weeks out of the year where emergency demand makes it financially feasible. They need the buyer of last resort. Demand adjusts price, this is econ101. Miners buffer the demand load with price insulation. The grid wins. How would you compete with other companies if you were constantly publishing your operating and curtailment loads? Do you have to report how much electricity used to smelt aluminum or run a factory?

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Until people realize the fiat slavery system when we have hyperinflation of the dollar ([will happen eventually](https://www.google.com/search?q=ray+dalio+changing+world+order&sca_esv=4a15a4908bf04efe&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS1093US1093&sxsrf=ACQVn0_J8PYzE2AC20MBp_yKjqHUDyatnw%3A1708665052541&ei=3CjYZbXCIL3l5NoPpdeVaA&gs_ssp=eJzj4tVP1zc0zEovKSgrMM81YPSSK0qsVEhJzMnMV0jOSMxLz8xLVyjPL8pJUcgvSkktAgB3WRBv&oq=ray+dalio+ch&gs_lp=Egxnd3Mtd2l6LXNlcnAaAhgCIgxyYXkgZGFsaW8gY2gqAggAMg4QLhiRAhjUAhiABBiKBTILEAAYgAQYigUYkQIyBRAAGIAEMgUQABiABDIFEC4YgAQyBRAAGIAEMgUQABiABDIFEAAYgAQyBRAAGIAEMgUQABiABDIdEC4YkQIY1AIYgAQYigUYlwUY3AQY3gQY4ATYAQRIsCVQ1QdYnx1wAXgBkAEAmAFboAHuA6oBATe4AQHIAQD4AQHCAg4QABiABBixAxiwAxiLA8ICCxAAGIAEGLADGIsDwgINEAAYRxjWBBiwAxiLA8ICEBAAGIAEGIoFGEMYsAMYiwPCAg4QABjkAhjWBBiwA9gBAcICExAuGEMYgAQYigUYyAMYsAPYAQLCAhMQLhiABBiKBRhDGMgDGLAD2AECwgIOEAAYgAQYigUYkQIYsQPCAgsQLhiABBiKBRiRAsICExAAGIAEGIoFGJECGLEDGEYY-wHCAh8QABiABBiKBRiRAhixAxhGGPsBGJcFGIwFGN0E2AEDwgIKEAAYgAQYFBiHAsICDRAAGIAEGLEDGEYY-wHCAggQLhiABBixA8ICCBAuGIAEGNQCwgIZEAAYgAQYsQMYRhj7ARiXBRiMBRjdBNgBA8ICDhAuGIAEGIoFGJECGNQCwgIdEC4YgAQYigUYkQIY1AIYlwUY3AQY3gQY4ATYAQSIBgGQBhO6BgYIARABGAm6BgYIAhABGAi6BgYIAxABGBO6BgYIBBABGBQ&sclient=gws-wiz-serp)).

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1 taste is subjective 2 some customers perfer lower AC 3 even if they prefer a higher AC, they may prefer it less than the price increase that would be necessary to maintain the previous AC, so the company is providing a better product to some people buy lowering "quality" Everything is a trade off

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Do not buy new car. $2000 used car gets you from place A to B just the same as new car, it has AC and cruise control just like the new car. New car does not jerk you off while you drive nor does it do get you to your destination any faster. What new car does is lose 10%+ of its value on the same second you drive it out from car dealer and additional 20% yearly. However if you are really going to buy that car, use your ETH only if you expect the ETH to perform worse than the interest rate + loss of resale value of the car.

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tldr; Su Zhu and Kyle Davies, co-founders of the collapsed crypto hedge fund Three Arrows Capital (3AC), are attempting to rebrand and restart their careers despite facing legal challenges. Zhu was arrested in Singapore for contempt of court and served two months in prison before being placed under house arrest, while Davies has avoided arrest by staying out of Singapore. Despite their fund's collapse and accusations of fraud, they have not faced major legal consequences and are now engaging in new business ventures and maintaining a presence on social media. Zhu, in particular, has portrayed his prison time as a transformative experience. The duo's actions suggest they are leveraging their notoriety as part of their rebranding efforts, despite the significant financial losses their fund's collapse caused to investors. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

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There are way too many features on modern cars that it s a struggle to do basic things like turning the AC on

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What's the increase in value to a personal home when you replace the water heater? Or a new AC Motor or a pest inspection/ service? If you can't write it off...it is a liability not an asset. You buy a house at 180k 5 years ago, it is now worth 250k. You have 25 years left on the loan with an interest rate. How much after paying it off have you actually spent? 400k 450k? Where is the gain? If it isn't curb appeal, if it isn't kitchen or bathroom, you usually don't get that investment money back anyway. If you are just taking about net worth sure, but that's just on paper.

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> they have the cooling coil (heat absorbing) buried underground. That's only ground-source heat pumps. A reverse cycle AC system is a type of heat pump too.

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Compared to the kilowatt hours fed from the AC wall outlet

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They already do. A lot of them went bankrupt, thousands of people lost their Bitcoin. Don't give up your keys chasing single digit yield. It's like picking up pennies under a steamroller. The highly likely ending will be where you'll be the next in line during a lengthy bankruptcy process. Who will be next? Nexo? If the below companies didn't exist, BTC would have reached over $100K last cycle. Instead all these companies did was suppress real price discovery by converting it to garbage in order to generate the yield to pay you, then they pulled the rug. Buy Bitcoin and withdraw to your cold wallet. Don't keep it on an exchange either. - 2021 - ACX - 2021 - Mycryptowallet - 2021 - Cobinhood - 2021 - Bitgrail - 2021 - Coindelta - 2021 - EXX - 2021 - VCC Exchange - 2021 - WEX - 2021 - COSS - 2021 - Bithumb - 2021 - BTCEXA - 2021 - Liquid - 2021 - Nova Exchange - 2022 - Three Arrows Capital (3AC) - 2022 - Alamada Research - 2022 - BlockFi - 2022 - Babel Finance - 2022 - CoinFlex - 2022 - Celsius - 2022 - Zipmex - 2022 - FTX - 2022 - Freeway - 2022 - Hodlnaut - 2022 - Ikigai - 2022 - Vauld - 2022 - Voyager - 2022 - West Realm Shires Services - 2022 - Genesis - 2022 - Myconstant - 2022 - Digital Surge - 2022 - Mine Digital - 2022 - Atom Asset Exchange (AAX) - 2022 - Midas Investments - 2023 - Liquid Global - 2023 - The Rock Trading - 2023 - Silvergate - 2023 - Silicon Valley Bank - 2023 - CoinLoan - 2023 - BKEX - 2023 - Patricia

Don't chase yield. Or you'll be the next in line during a lengthy bankruptcy - 2021 - ACX - 2021 - Mycryptowallet - 2021 - Cobinhood - 2021 - Bitgrail - 2021 - Coindelta - 2021 - EXX - 2021 - VCC Exchange - 2021 - WEX - 2021 - COSS - 2021 - Bithumb - 2021 - BTCEXA - 2021 - Liquid - 2021 - Nova Exchange - 2022 - Three Arrows Capital (3AC) - 2022 - Alamada Research - 2022 - BlockFi - 2022 - Babel Finance - 2022 - CoinFlex - 2022 - Celsius - 2022 - Zipmex - 2022 - FTX - 2022 - Freeway - 2022 - Hodlnaut - 2022 - Ikigai - 2022 - Vauld - 2022 - Voyager - 2022 - West Realm Shires Services - 2022 - Genesis - 2022 - Myconstant - 2022 - Digital Surge - 2022 - Mine Digital - 2022 - Atom Asset Exchange (AAX) - 2022 - Midas Investments - 2023 - Liquid Global - 2023 - The Rock Trading - 2023 - Silvergate - 2023 - Silicon Valley Bank - 2023 - CoinLoan - 2023 - BKEX - 2023 - Patricia Yield Earning - 2022 - BlockFi - 2022 - Celsius - 2022 - FTX - 2022 - Freeway - 2022 - Hodlnaut - 2022 - Vauld - 2022 - Voyager - 2022 - Genesis - 2022 - Myconstant - 2022 - Midas Investments - 2023 - Haru Invest

I would say no. See, Bitcoin is more of a discovery than an invention. When electriicty was discovered, there was no "better" electricity (not discussing AC/DC here). It's dichotom. Have it or have it not. If you program a "new" Bitcoin, it's just Bitcoin.

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classic rock for me. AC/DC goes well with bitcoin imo. it's a hard rock/punk rock that cannot be stopped 👍

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and here I am turning my AC up 2 degrees to save the environment.

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Hello! 0xa9C0cdEd336699547aaC4f9De5A11Ada979BC59a is OpenOcean. The hacker swapped your WETH to ETH there. Your funds were first sent to **0xa6738B57f78b1af7F3CC94b107F888d7E40bCD12** which is an intermediary wallet /w this txn - [https://etherscan.io/tx/0x3460eafd59762a34257a316c3a2cca8df5b7ee4c4c4445f6d0d235aa36b03d06](https://etherscan.io/tx/0x3460eafd59762a34257a316c3a2cca8df5b7ee4c4c4445f6d0d235aa36b03d06) There's a couple of deposit addresses here but your funds aren't in there. * 0xc5C4417Cee32E708Ac61C36D656b68402ff87ae5 - ChangeNOW * 0x0302A905F0Ca867646Df0c5F63c6C58F7Ce069cd - AlphaPo Your funds were sent to **0x97dc5b190FB6E8a793803191356aaf6475adf0a7** with this txn - [https://etherscan.io/tx/0x018c66886038db5e17585138643f5a98abe50d1e3047e0c198149f532b8ca82b](https://etherscan.io/tx/0x018c66886038db5e17585138643f5a98abe50d1e3047e0c198149f532b8ca82b) Inside **0x97dc5b190FB6E8a793803191356aaf6475adf0a7** I see a number of deposit addresses where your funds went. Based on the timestamps your funds most likely went into one or multiple of these three deposit addresses * 0x9C6D589B7e6Cea55138A3ea1E0AC615126290ED2 - Binance * 0xa888Abedf5Dff6E6051B7f983B43FC092471C166 - SimpleSwap * 0xaFe8243dC68B0fFfaf4F83a26d99bb33bB61Ebb6 - SimpleSwap This scammer appears to be doing most of his deposits in 20 ETH deposits. Other deposit addresses presumably from more victims include: * 0x13A4679A7A28D0d98Ecb773ac79cEf9B56294669 - FixedFloat * 0x70EB5a38786c83C8B185e3985b44E421Ca03F3Ef - exch * 0x1ca8a5f0816e07751963E5b0cDfe1b18d192dfbe - exch * 0x53c783259eAadADe777fC2d057D3fC0B30c3Dd7f - SimpleSwap * 0x754D98267d0351D842F0de1C28FA27D91c59949A - SimpleSwap This looks like some sort of phishing scam based on the recency of the transactions and other victims involved. Hope this helps!

60% of electricity generation goes towards drying clothes (not washing just drying them) and air conditioning. If people really cared about the environment they would do the right thing. Hang dry clothes. Be a little uncomfortable in the summer. Meanwhile, people wash and dry 12 loads of laundry a day, and leave the AC on 60 in winter. I hear one of my neighbors units struggling to turn on in the frost in the morning. Those same people "how could bitcoin ruin the environment!!"

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My job requires me to sometimes work with crypto influencers, and I've met Ben at 4 separate occasions. I've never met someone more full of himself than Ben. He uses his "status" and would use that as a conversation opener with women. He would then get mad if a girl wouldn't recognize him or know who he is. He also smells like shit. He sweats a lot, and even though we were inside the restaurant, where there was AC, he would still sweat like a pig. There is no way he didn't smell it himself. It was like if someone mixed Axe spray with barn pig sweat and sold it to Ben. Now, thinking about it, it could be that he was high on something. Anyway, that YouTube live "show" he does where he "randomly" finds new projects? It's staged, but I'm sure most of you figured that out. Projects pay him so he can "randomly find" and soft-shill it. Ben is a scammer working with the same group of 3 individuals who go around the space and rug projects. (Fuck you, Fadi!)

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tldr; Open Exchange (OPNX), a cryptocurrency derivatives and bankruptcy claims platform founded by Su Zhu and Kyle Davies of the bankrupt hedge fund Three Arrows Capital (3AC), is shutting down in February. Users are advised to settle positions by February 7, 2024, and withdraw assets by February 14, 2024. The closure follows a $2.7 million fine by Dubai's VARA for illegal promotion and a nine-year ban on the founders by Singaporean authorities for securities laws violations. OPNX's native token OX has dropped significantly in value. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

so was Alameda and 3AC. you just get here? take your money off of coinbase and stop telling people its safe to leave it there. good luck.

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To quote AC/DC “ …and he’s got the biggest balls of them all!” It should work out well for you!

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https://www.blockpit.io/tax-guides/crypto-tax-germany#:~:text=In%20Germany%2C%20cryptocurrencies%20count%20as,of%20600%E2%82%AC%20per%20year. Since you are not looking to cash out right now, simply hold them.

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The problem with this setup is where they're being sent to. It could be setup to send to send the funds equally to 3 different wallets corresponding to the private access for each individual. The problem with this is that if one individual died or lost their private key, the other 2 individuals lose that money altogether. They'll never retrieve it. It could be setup so that the 3 of 3 transaction sends the funds to a new 3 of 3 shared multisig wallet where they'll be able to draft their own transactions whereever they want and split the money how they decide. The benefit to this strategy is if all 3 people sign the transaction, then all 3 people must be alive and have access to their keys. The problem is a low risk of enacting the transaction with all 3 people to a shared 3-3 multisig wallet, and while the money is sitting there, and before they split the money, 1 person dies, refuses to agree to a distribution proposal, or loses their codes. If just one person messes up in this situation, they all lose ALL the money. -- As for the other benefit, the 3-3 tx would send to a 3-3 multisig wallet, the 2-3 tx would send to a 2-3 multisig wallet, and the 1-3 tx would send to a 1-3 multisig wallet. So there is some flexibility for codes lost or people who die before the funds are sent to a multisig wallet, but whichever tx they decide on and multisig wallet they choose poses a risk if 1 party decides not to agree to any distribution, dies, or loses their codes after initiating the first transaction to a multisig wallet. Now, I did a bit more research and it seems like my idea for a smart contract for a WALLET to move from 3-3, to 2-3, to 1-3 is not only complicated; it's impossible. Wallets can't have smart contracts as far as I can understand. Only transactions can. Here's my new idea, although it is much more complicated. Each party creates their own wallet that only they have access to. Let's say there are 4 people: A, B, C, D. There are 4 different wallets they own. I am person Z, so my money is in there. Their wallets have no Bitcoin yet. I would draft several different transactions. A tx equally distributing to all of them: ABCD. In case 1 of them dies or loses their private keys, I'll also draft tx distributing to ABC, ABD, ACD, BCD. In case 2 of them die or lose their keys, I set up txs for AB, AC, AD, BC, BD, CD. And in case 3 of them die or lose their keys, I set up txs for A, B, C, and D. This means there are 15 different transactions that need to be drafted. As for each transaction, every single one needs smart contract language to automatically change from 4-4 multisig, to 3-4, 2-4, and eventually 1-4. This is necessary, as the alternative is drafting 4*15 transactions... Ex: ABCD 4-4, ABCD 3-4, ABCD 2-4, ABCD 1-4, ABC 4-4, ABC 3-4, etc... So using smart contract language dramatically decreases the number of transactions to keep track of. Using this methodology, it prevents the problem of 1 party extorting another and refusing to sign the transaction unless they get a higher distribution (since only equal distributions are even possible). It also solves the problem of any party dying or losing their keys at any point in time. No funds are ever risked in limbo as they would be if they were ever moved to a permanent multisig wallet. The obvious con is the complexity of: - writing smart contracts that would transition a single tx from 4-4, to 3-4, to 2-4, to 1-4 over time - drafting the sheer number of transactions necessary to mitigate the risk of inheritors dying or losing their keys. If there are 2 inheritors, there needs to be 3 tx drafts. 3 inheritors= 7 tx drafts. 4 = 15. 5 = 31. 6 = 63. 7 = 127. This is all assuming equal distributions between inheritors. If there are varying distribution options, it increases this amount much more. It might be cool to create a software that could take each party's receiving address and public key and other necessary information to automatically draft all the possible transactions in a neat format with easily scannable QRs. Possibly even put each inheritor's name and have an option to click buttons to signify which inheritor died or lost their key, to quickly display the correct transaction which would equally distribute the money among the remaining inheritors receiving addresses. This would make it super simple for the inheritors who may not fully understand Bitcoin or may not be the best record keepers to figure out which transaction they need to use. Then the software could even show the block (and predicted date) when the chosen tx would be possible. For instance, an ABCD distribution would be available a lot sooner than an AC distribution would be, because ABCD can be done with 4-4 multisig, but the AC needs to wait for 2-4 multisig which may be several months or years later. But, there is one really big problem with this and all the multisig options. Inheritors could strategize with each other. For example, maybe C and D are really close, and A and B are not so close with anyone. C and D could choose not to sign the 4-4 multisig and wait until it reaches the 2-4 multisig to send all the money to themselves (CD receiving addresses), while A and B are still alive and helpless to stop it. But, this is the case with any decreasing multisig strategy.

Partly because FTX was based outside the US, specifically to avoid American regulatory bodies. And partly because it was FTX that didn't consider customer funds as a separate thing, not the SEC or whoever. The actual flow was more like this: You buy BTC on an exchange that has custody of your funds. That exchange lends your BTC to their buddies Alameda, or perhaps 'invests' it in 3AC or Celsius or Genesis etc. They lose the money and/or go bankrupt. The exchange should not have lent your money away like that, and this would be illegal in tradfi. Your money went to fund Zu Shu's yacht or Alex Mashinky's lawyers. And now you're screwed.

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###Friendly periodic reminder Get your Bitcoin off exchanges and into a hardware wallet. Don't go chasing yield. Those offering you interest are swapping Bitcoin for absolute garbage to pay you shitty single digit yield. If it wasn't for them, Bitcoin would have reached $100K during the last cycle. They surpressed it's price, before declaring bankruptcy. Companies that have gone bankrupt in recent years are listed below. Many more are still around but secretly insolvent. Don't become another statistic. Nexo, Ledn 👀 Exchanges and yield earning platforms that declared bankruptcy since 2021 alone: - 2021 - ACX - 2021 - Mycryptowallet - 2021 - Cobinhood - 2021 - Bitgrail - 2021 - Coindelta - 2021 - EXX - 2021 - VCC Exchange - 2021 - WEX - 2021 - COSS - 2021 - Bithumb - 2021 - BTCEXA - 2021 - Liquid - 2021 - Nova Exchange - 2022 - Three Arrows Capital (3AC) - 2022 - Alamada Research - 2022 - BlockFi - 2022 - Babel Finance - 2022 - CoinFlex - 2022 - Celsius - 2022 - Zipmex - 2022 - FTX - 2022 - Freeway - 2022 - Hodlnaut - 2022 - Ikigai - 2022 - Vauld - 2022 - Voyager - 2022 - West Realm Shires Services - 2022 - Genesis - 2022 - Myconstant - 2022 - Digital Surge - 2022 - Mine Digital - 2022 - Atom Asset Exchange (AAX) - 2022 - Midas Investments - 2023 - Liquid Global - 2023 - The Rock Trading - 2023 - Silvergate - 2023 - Silicon Valley Bank - 2023 - CoinLoan - 2023 - BKEX - 2023 - Patricia - 2023 - Haru Invest - 2023 - CatalX Worse yet, when these companies went busy and paused withdrawals, when Bitcoin price was going down and triggered liquidation warnings, they asked those who used collateral to increase it and add more collateral. Not only did they lose the initial collateral, but also anything they added afterwards to avoid this.

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God damn stinky Europeans with no AC

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Because Devs have to implement all of it, and there's no magical 'convert' button to make an FPS gun apply to even another FPS, nevermind another game of a different genre. It needs creating as an in-game model, whatever effects it has needs to be coded, graphics for the shots, damage numbers, being balanced etc. even games in the same series may run off different underlying engines, so outfits from, say, AC1 can't be drag-and-dropped into AC-whatever we're onto now. And where's the money from the other dev to do this coming from? Even for big names, nebulous fees from transferring items around (which will be less than just selling direct) are unlikely to be that huge (oh, and this also needs to be ongoing, as new stuff comes out, so that's an ongoing cost). It's not a tech issue, it's a 'why would someone do this?' issue

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If we’re merely a chequing account, sure why not. But it was TFSA, VISA, 3 different PLC, COMMERCIAL AC, RRSP, brokerage accounts, INSURANCE PRODUCTS, mortgage, RESPs, etc. It has taken weeks of my life to transition elsewhere. My bad for putting all my eggs in one. But I had no clue how I spend / invest my money was anyone’s business as long as it within the bounds of law.

Mentions:#PLC#AC

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Turns out the exchange owner Mark Lamb had lied about everything and basically stole all the funds, and it was Roger that sued them, not the other way around. They settled out of court. And now all the coinflex victims are suing Mark Lamb and the creator of smartBCH, Jihan Wu is even pressing criminal charges. So it looks like Mark Lamb is going to jail. This is the same guy that partnered with the 3AC criminals, Kyle Davies and Su Zhu. I think one of them is in jail now, the other one is still on the run. I wonder if Mark Lamb is also gonna run now.

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> Show me evidence. https://old.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/18y634n/daily_discussion_january_04_2024/kgd49iq/ > Friendly periodic reminder > Get your Bitcoin off exchanges and into a hardware wallet. > Don't go chasing yield. Those offering you interest are swapping Bitcoin for absolute garbage to pay you shitty single digit yield. If it wasn't for them, Bitcoin would have reached $100K during the last cycle. They surpressed it's price, before declaring bankruptcy. > Companies that have gone bankrupt in recent years are listed below. Many more are still around but secretly insolvent. Don't become another statistic. Nexo, Ledn 👀 > Exchanges and yield earning platforms that declared bankruptcy since 2021 alone: 2021 - ACX 2021 - Mycryptowallet 2021 - Cobinhood 2021 - Bitgrail 2021 - Coindelta 2021 - EXX 2021 - VCC Exchange 2021 - WEX 2021 - COSS 2021 - Bithumb 2021 - BTCEXA 2021 - Liquid 2021 - Nova Exchange 2022 - Three Arrows Capital (3AC) 2022 - Alamada Research 2022 - BlockFi 2022 - Babel Finance 2022 - CoinFlex 2022 - Celsius 2022 - Zipmex 2022 - FTX 2022 - Freeway 2022 - Hodlnaut 2022 - Ikigai 2022 - Vauld 2022 - Voyager 2022 - West Realm Shires Services 2022 - Genesis 2022 - Myconstant 2022 - Digital Surge 2022 - Mine Digital 2022 - Atom Asset Exchange (AAX) 2022 - Midas Investments 2023 - Liquid Global 2023 - The Rock Trading 2023 - Silvergate 2023 - Silicon Valley Bank 2023 - CoinLoan 2023 - BKEX 2023 - Patricia 2023 - Haru Invest 2023 - CatalX > Worse yet, when these companies went busy and paused withdrawals, when Bitcoin price was going down and triggered liquidation warnings, they asked those who used collateral to increase it and add more collateral. Not only did they lose the initial collateral, but also anything they added afterwards to avoid this.

> what exactly am I potentially telling the electrician Tell them what you read on the product page at bitmain.com > Power Supply AC Input Voltage, Volt 342~418 > Power Supply AC Input Current, Amp 30 --- > 3 pin 3 phase 240V/415V 3 phase, not 120V/240V 3 phase > that no normal fucking home would normally have No normal home would have a 18kW + normal daily use supply Your supplier needs to add 18kW to your incoming line, as 240/415, and your electrician needs to install a 415V/30A outlet for each Antminer

Mentions:#AC
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###Friendly periodic reminder Get your Bitcoin off exchanges and into a hardware wallet. Don't go chasing yield. Those offering you interest are swapping Bitcoin for absolute garbage to pay you shitty single digit yield. If it wasn't for them, Bitcoin would have reached $100K during the last cycle. They surpressed it's price, before declaring bankruptcy. Companies that have gone bankrupt in recent years are listed below. Many more are still around but secretly insolvent. Don't become another statistic. Nexo, Ledn 👀 Exchanges and yield earning platforms that declared bankruptcy since 2021 alone: - 2021 - ACX - 2021 - Mycryptowallet - 2021 - Cobinhood - 2021 - Bitgrail - 2021 - Coindelta - 2021 - EXX - 2021 - VCC Exchange - 2021 - WEX - 2021 - COSS - 2021 - Bithumb - 2021 - BTCEXA - 2021 - Liquid - 2021 - Nova Exchange - 2022 - Three Arrows Capital (3AC) - 2022 - Alamada Research - 2022 - BlockFi - 2022 - Babel Finance - 2022 - CoinFlex - 2022 - Celsius - 2022 - Zipmex - 2022 - FTX - 2022 - Freeway - 2022 - Hodlnaut - 2022 - Ikigai - 2022 - Vauld - 2022 - Voyager - 2022 - West Realm Shires Services - 2022 - Genesis - 2022 - Myconstant - 2022 - Digital Surge - 2022 - Mine Digital - 2022 - Atom Asset Exchange (AAX) - 2022 - Midas Investments - 2023 - Liquid Global - 2023 - The Rock Trading - 2023 - Silvergate - 2023 - Silicon Valley Bank - 2023 - CoinLoan - 2023 - BKEX - 2023 - Patricia - 2023 - Haru Invest - 2023 - CatalX Worse yet, when these companies went busy and paused withdrawals, when Bitcoin price was going down and triggered liquidation warnings, they asked those who used collateral to increase it and add more collateral. Not only did they lose the initial collateral, but also anything they added afterwards to avoid this.

My personal opinion is that Wallstreet has been and is heavily in crypto for more than 6 years now. We just don’t see it in their reports as it is being covered due to legal risk. And make no mistake - if we had actors like 3AC, FTX, CeFi-s back in 2020, we’ll have even more this time around. Crypto is still an unregulated market. This allows for a lot more abuse without going to jail. If FTX hadn’t gone bankrupt, all of the shit they did would have gone under the table. The cops didn’t catch them, they just reacted after the shitstorm was present. But don’t get me wrong. I am not saying BTC will have a low top. I am saying we (the little guys) will once again be targeted by the bug guys. News will flash with titles like “BlackRock CEO says BTC will go to 500k”, etc. And when enough fish hop, they will pull the string and make their profits. The biggest problem here is that while BR can invest 10 billion, make 100% profit and exit happily, the little guy is looking for x10. So by the time BR is ready to sell, retail is just getting horny.

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the question is what is that 1 billion worth https://m.media-amazon.com/images/I/81jq5ZygzfL.\_AC\_SX679\_.jpg

Mentions:#AC#SX
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3AC tried this strategy, loans on loans until margin call, and then the lenders are screwed.

Mentions:#AC
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This is a bad idea Companies that have gone bankrupt in recent years are listed below. Many more are still around but secretly insolvent. Don't become another statistic Exchanges, loan providers and yield earning platforms that declared bankruptcy since 2021 alone. There were many with loans who were at risk of being liquidated which meant customers added more funds, and then those companies went bankrupt. They lost the additional collateral and original and they are currently going through a long bankruptcy process. - 2021 - ACX - 2021 - Mycryptowallet - 2021 - Cobinhood - 2021 - Bitgrail - 2021 - Coindelta - 2021 - EXX - 2021 - VCC Exchange - 2021 - WEX - 2021 - COSS - 2021 - Bithumb - 2021 - BTCEXA - 2021 - Liquid - 2021 - Nova Exchange - 2022 - Three Arrows Capital (3AC) - 2022 - Alamada Research - 2022 - BlockFi - 2022 - Babel Finance - 2022 - CoinFlex - 2022 - Celsius - 2022 - Zipmex - 2022 - FTX - 2022 - Freeway - 2022 - Hodlnaut - 2022 - Ikigai - 2022 - Vauld - 2022 - Voyager - 2022 - West Realm Shires Services - 2022 - Genesis - 2022 - Myconstant - 2022 - Digital Surge - 2022 - Mine Digital - 2022 - Atom Asset Exchange (AAX) - 2022 - Midas Investments - 2023 - Liquid Global - 2023 - The Rock Trading - 2023 - Silvergate - 2023 - Silicon Valley Bank - 2023 - CoinLoan - 2023 - BKEX - 2023 - Patricia - 2023 - Haru Invest

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Those 2 guys from 3AC avoid jail time?

Mentions:#AC
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###Friendly periodic reminder Get your Bitcoin off exchanges and into a hardware wallet. Don't go chasing yield. Those offering you interest are swapping Bitcoin for absolute garbage to pay you shitty single digit yield. If it wasn't for them, Bitcoin would have reached $100K during the last bullrun. They surpressed it's price, before declaring bankruptcy. Companies that have gone bankrupt in recent years are listed below. Many more are still around but secretly insolvent. Don't become another statistic Exchanges and yield earning platforms that declared bankruptcy since 2021 alone: - 2021 - ACX - 2021 - Mycryptowallet - 2021 - Cobinhood - 2021 - Bitgrail - 2021 - Coindelta - 2021 - EXX - 2021 - VCC Exchange - 2021 - WEX - 2021 - COSS - 2021 - Bithumb - 2021 - BTCEXA - 2021 - Liquid - 2021 - Nova Exchange - 2022 - Three Arrows Capital (3AC) - 2022 - Alamada Research - 2022 - BlockFi - 2022 - Babel Finance - 2022 - CoinFlex - 2022 - Celsius - 2022 - Deribit - 2022 - Zipmex - 2022 - FTX - 2022 - Freeway - 2022 - Hodlnaut - 2022 - Ikigai - 2022 - Vauld - 2022 - Voyager - 2022 - West Realm Shires Services - 2022 - Genesis - 2022 - Myconstant - 2022 - Digital Surge - 2022 - Mine Digital - 2022 - Atom Asset Exchange (AAX) - 2022 - Midas Investments - 2023 - Liquid Global - 2023 - The Rock Trading - 2023 - Silvergate - 2023 - Silicon Valley Bank - 2023 - CoinLoan - 2023 - BKEX - 2023 - Patricia - 2023 - Haru Invest

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###Friendly reminder Get your Bitcoin off exchanges and into a hardware wallet. Don't go chasing yield. Those offering you interest are swapping Bitcoin for absolute garbage to pay you shitty single digit yield. If it wasn't for them, Bitcoin would have reached $100K during the last bullrun. They surpressed it's price, before declaring bankruptcy. Companies that have gone bankrupt in recent years. Many more are still around but secretly insolvent. Don't become another statistic Exchanges that declared bankruptcy - 2021 - ACX - 2021 - Mycryptowallet - 2021 - Cobinhood - 2021 - Bitgrail - 2021 - Coindelta - 2021 - EXX - 2021 - VCC Exchange - 2021 - WEX - 2021 - COSS - 2021 - Bithumb - 2021 - BTCEXA - 2021 - Liquid - 2021 - Nova Exchange - 2022 - Three Arrows Capital (3AC) - 2022 - Alamada Research - 2022 - BlockFi - 2022 - Babel Finance - 2022 - CoinFlex - 2022 - Celsius - 2022 - Deribit - 2022 - Zipmex - 2022 - FTX - 2022 - Freeway - 2022 - Hodlnaut - 2022 - Ikigai - 2022 - Vauld - 2022 - Voyager - 2022 - West Realm Shires Services - 2022 - Genesis - 2022 - Myconstant - 2022 - Digital Surge - 2022 - Mine Digital - 2022 - Atom Asset Exchange (AAX) - 2022 - Midas Investments - 2023 - Liquid Global - 2023 - The Rock Trading - 2023 - Silvergate - 2023 - Silicon Valley Bank - 2023 - CoinLoan - 2023 - BKEX - 2023 - Patricia Yield Earning Companies that declared bankruptcy - 2022 - BlockFi - 2022 - Celsius - 2022 - FTX - 2022 - Freeway - 2022 - Hodlnaut - 2022 - Vauld - 2022 - Voyager - 2022 - Genesis - 2022 - Myconstant - 2022 - Midas Investments - 2023 - Haru Invest

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How about the likes of Chamath and his buddies on the all in podcasts joking about dumping it on retail? I lump Avalanche in there with Solana too. Lots of manipulation with these two. Both being pumped heavily last cycle by a lot shady groups. Three arrows capital owned a ton of avax. Solana pumped hard by FTX and 3AC. Just ask yourself if you think TRON is a good investment, an undisputed heavily manipulated token.

Mentions:#FTX#AC
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Feel bad for 3AC founders, but also angry at their irresponsible actions. Autism remark showsclear lack of empathy. Hoping for justice and accountabilty.

Mentions:#AC
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tldr; The article discusses how a British Virgin Islands court has frozen over $1 billion in assets belonging to the founders of Three Arrows Capital (3AC) due to creditors chasing them for over $3 billion. The court order prevents the founders from transferring or selling the assets. The liquidators allege that the founders should be held responsible for causing 3AC's financial position to deteriorate. The article also mentions a controversial statement made by one of the founders about autism being an asset. This has led to ridicule from fellow users. Additionally, the founders are being questioned about the failure of 3AC and the whereabouts of the missing assets. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

Mentions:#AC#DYOR
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Its as if majority of people active on this sub now have never heard of what happened with FTX, Celsius and 3AC. Or they have very short memories.

Mentions:#FTX#AC
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You must have the memory of a goldfish. MtGox Bitfinex QuadrigaCX Cryptopia Genesis BlockFi 3AC Celsius Voyager Digital Babel Finance Hodlnaut FTX

Mentions:#AC#FTX
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The energy use argument and all the other fud is irrelevant. All you have to do is want Bitcoin or to transact with Bitcoin or even to just experiment with Bitcoin. In this free (mostly) world, we are all free to pursue our interests and to do whatever we wish, as long as we can pay or borrow money to be able to pay. Fud against Bitcoin is from people who don't like Bitcoin, for whatever reason. These same people, however, probably think nothing of hopping on a plane to somewhere or buying a piece of gold jewellery, having the AC on, etc. They see nothing wrong with what they do. It's legitimate because it is their wish, and they've earned the money to spend on doing these things. That's it. The rule of the world is that if you have the money, you can do whatever the hell you want. That goes for shooting an elephant in Africa on a hinting trip, having a sex holiday to Thailand, owning a huge house with no insulation (US houses) and running your AC or furnace to keep it comfortable, buying loads of clothes you don't need, buying loads of appliances you don't need, buying single use plastics and chucking them, Casinos in Vegas using SO MUCH WATER but thats OK because it fits the model, and so on. All these things fit in the economic model. They fit right in. Go spend your money on what the hell you like. But when it comes to Bitcoin, suddenly all these two-faced fuck heads are the angels of purity and grace and find objection to the use of energy or water (which ever is that latest bs). The pillaging of this planets resources and its people is the model. This model relies upon the perpetuation of the status quo, and Bitcoin is disrupting that, and so must be attacked.

Mentions:#AC#SO#WATER
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No, even if there are no bitcoin transactions, water will flow through the hydroelectric plant. So this can be crossed out of the equation. AFAIK not many mining plants use water cooling, since antminer is most prevalent hardware and it's air cooled. The plants themselves are either air-conditioned or just cooled by moving air with a fan. Using water as a metric is janky at least. Vegans use the metric to throw dirt at meat eaters. Meat eaters throw the "water dirt" at agriculture. Banking system is trying to throw dirt on bitcoin. Two ears back there was a case that bitcoin is not eco friendly since it uses electricity and it's made from dirty fossil fuels. Tesla stopped accepting bitcoin, because of that, but it's hard to forget their cars also run on electricity. As of now the statistics are that somewhat 85% of BTC energy is made with renewables, since China banned mining bitcoin (they were the country with the greatest share)and there coal power plants make majority of electricity production,most of the miners moved to different countries. If we were to compare, we would need to compare equally. How many VISA terminals are running at the same time, how many servers, how many buildings with AC on, how many employees with a pc,how much does it cost environmentally to produce one card (with fossil fuels mind you), how much carbon does it take to ship it? BTC goes around all these problems. You don't need electricity to hold it, just to transact and that takes either few lines of code or a mobile phone which you already have. Confirmation is done in a way that you trade electricity for security. The more electricity (or computing power) you have the more secure it is. Then there are nodes and they can be notebook's or raspberry pis. All in all bitcoin is not a problem nor visa. Problem is with old school power generating ways. Which are not the fault of governments per se, but more likely public opinion. As of now nuclear is cleanest and most effective and if people weren't shitting themselves after Chernobyl and Fukushima, which had problems other than unstable reaction or unsecure reactor, we would had today almost too much power which would me also much cheaper and we wouldn't be having this conversation about energy efficiency of various equipment

Mentions:#BTC#AC
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Friendly reminder. Get your Bitcoin off exchanges. Don't go chasing yield. Those offering you interest are swapping Bitcoin for absolute garbage to pay you shitty single digit yield. If it wasn't for them, Bitcoin would have reached $100K during the last bullrun. They surprised it's price. Companies that have gone bankrupt in recent years. - 2021 - ACX - 2021 - Mycryptowallet - 2021 - Cobinhood - 2021 - Bitgrail - 2021 - Coindelta - 2021 - EXX - 2021 - VCC Exchange - 2021 - WEX - 2021 - COSS - 2021 - Bithumb - 2021 - BTCEXA - 2021 - Liquid - 2021 - Nova Exchange - 2022 - Three Arrows Capital (3AC) - 2022 - Alamada Research - 2022 - BlockFi - 2022 - Babel Finance - 2022 - CoinFlex - 2022 - Celsius - 2022 - Deribit - 2022 - Zipmex - 2022 - FTX - 2022 - Freeway - 2022 - Hodlnaut - 2022 - Ikigai - 2022 - Vauld - 2022 - Voyager - 2022 - West Realm Shires Services - 2022 - Genesis - 2022 - Myconstant - 2022 - Digital Surge - 2022 - Mine Digital - 2022 - Atom Asset Exchange (AAX) - 2022 - Midas Investments - 2023 - Liquid Global - 2023 - The Rock Trading - 2023 - Silvergate - 2023 - Silicon Valley Bank - 2023 - CoinLoan - 2023 - BKEX - 2023 - Patricia Yield Earning - 2022 - BlockFi - 2022 - Celsius - 2022 - FTX - 2022 - Freeway - 2022 - Hodlnaut - 2022 - Vauld - 2022 - Voyager - 2022 - Genesis - 2022 - Myconstant - 2022 - Midas Investments - 2023 - Haru Invest

r/BitcoinSee Comment

Don't forget to add the cost of converting your low-voltage DC to 220 AC.

Mentions:#DC#AC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>It can retrace by 30% before then.....and it probably will. I checked your post history. You're not that active in this space. I'm also a bit of a Tool fan myself (big NIN fan) and a gamer and a pirate. We might be of similar age. You're way bearish. It makes me think you haven't been too focused on this space. We rooted out so much of the bad faith actors in 2022 (FTX, Celcius, Voyager, BlockFi, 3AC, etc). No more FTX selling paper bitcoin and dumping customer bitcoin on the markets. Far less 'yield' platforms lending out bitcoin to short the market. Hodled bitcoin is already at all time highs. Exchange reserves continue to fall. ETFs are coming. The halving is coming. Countries are taking notice. It's looking like we may hit $42k today. We could hit $45k by the end of the week. If ETF approval is announced early Jan as anticipated, we will break ATH before halving. By the end of 2024, maybe $200k. I've been living and breathing bitcoin since 2017. I now work for a bitcoin based company. And my sincere advice is to not underestimate bitcoin. There will be no 30% retrace. Accumulate as much bitcoin as you can as soon as you can and hodl for dear life.

Mentions:#FTX#AC#ETF
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This is a "feel good" ad since it's true, but it's so shameless to imply crypto is even better. Let's just disregard the sector's blow ups over the last 2 years, from 3AC to FTX to Luna. This ad is run by Coinbase, which is very intentionally doing its best to be PART of the system. Publicly listed, uses treasuries to earn yields, rentseeker making bank of customers' trading fees, etc.

Mentions:#AC#FTX#PART
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yeah but US-based companies that went tits up were bigger idiots than you average WSB enjoyer - they leveraged the fk out of not their money (mostly via 3AC / terra) without any hedging (shows lack of basic trading education). And SBF was shady from the very beginning - there's no way to legally arb kimchi premium on the scale of millions of dollars per day like he claimed - much smarter OGs couldn't do it and all of a sudden hard stuck bronze league player could? Not to mention effective altruism bullsh*t. Gimme a break. As you can see, those people in charge not only had below average IQ, but they planned to scam and soft exit from the start. Hard for me to say how it went with mt gox, I was using p2p back then and after that bitstamp. Binance, on the other hand, had a very simple model since their inception in 2017 - list relatively everything (before launchpad), suck all the liquidity, collect fees, rinse and repeat. Then they made their own token with pristine chart painting (BNB and LINK were the only big tokens that made ATH during 2018/19 bear), launchpad, listing fees, etc, but still most of their money was made via good old-fashioned fees. Made account during their first week, never had any problems. Newbies who claim they can't pay just show their ignorance, inexperience and inability to do basic math. There's a reason why Binance's fees are much lower than Coinbase and that's why their volume dwarfs everything else. You can even look at Coinbase official numbers to get the idea about what kind of money we're talking about when it comes to Binance. And Merkle tree proofs show that customers money is where it should be. All in all, I'm surprised how good the market responded to this news but it just shows that they aren't going anywhere anytime soon.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>that's bullshit lmao. No it isnt. See for yourself here https://n26.com/en-eu/blog/sepa-transfers-everything-you-need-to-know#:~:text=SEPA%20Credit%20Transfers%20have%20a,%E2%82%AC100%2C000%20at%20a%20time.

Mentions:#AC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The article says it stems from the 3AC collapse. That matters, because that happened in June 2022. FTX collapsed in November. Genesis entered bankruptcy administration in January 2023 Genesis is stretching the clawback claim if the Gemini payments to customers were several months before FTX failed This will drag on for years. DCG is unlikely to survive

Mentions:#AC#FTX
r/BitcoinSee Comment

There are a lot of them, and they are REALLY dumb, and vote a lot, and hate rich people and using energy, unless its on their AC and Christmas lights...

Mentions:#AC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Funny you mentioned the last part, I was actually going to put something in my last response. I thought the same thing, but man, let me tell you, you are (so was I) so wrong about that. In almost all larger towns/cities here, it's a 50/50 mix and everyone just gets along. It is soooo different from mixed areas in CA, you would never believe it. Sure there are some areas I would not go to at night, but I could walk around almost any area and not be hassled. Same goes the other way around. Are there exceptions, sure, but those are few and far between. I too miss the old SF, there is literally no way I am heading there right now for anything and I love me some House of Nanking. I agree 100 percent on the homeless/drug/mental problems too. Just before I left SJ was working on a homeless solution that ended up being glorified tuff sheds with an AC unit, not even a bathroom......all for a measly $400k each. That is the problem, homeless is big business $$$$

Mentions:#CA#AC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Huge. End of an era. Binanace did a lot to promote crypto and now it’s apparent they did a lot of shady shit on the top. This industry is actually cleaning up. I think CEOs will think twice before misbehaving from here on out seeing what happened to CZ, do kwon, 3AC, and SBF. Hopefully this is the beginning of a new era for centralized exchanges as well

Mentions:#AC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I need some eth to transfer moons out, I will graciously repay whoever can send me some gas money to this address : 0x20D874551555c5AC503e307BDfE342Abc94B98Df

Mentions:#AC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

A simple way is to split the 24 word passphrase into 3 groups of 8, say groups A,B and C. Then store AB in one location, AC in another, and BC in a third location. You need at least 2 of the 3 locations to recreate ABC.

Mentions:#AC#BC#ABC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Hardware wallet for sure, I suggest JADE by Blockstream, they are btc only and you can have a 24 word seedphrase , metal plate it with a crypto steel for backup, once you have the metal plate back up you can just save the btc address and Delete your hardware wallet if you like, then the only point of entry is your metal plate , and when you want to deposit more you already have your saved btc public address. DO NOT store you seed in a safety deposit box at a bank, worst idea ever. And it doesn’t need to be at a safe at home, it can be buried in the backyard, or stuffed into an AC intake, vent in your house, or slid down behind the dry wall behind a light switch panel. As for your question #3 I am not educated on that. But I do know you can have one wallet, with one seed phrase, that has basically unlimited BTC addresses..

Mentions:#JADE#AC#BTC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Mcdonalds (coinbase) sell nuggets, fries and burgers (ETH, LTC and BTC). Walmart (crypto.com or Kraken) sell nuggets, fries, burgers, pizzas, mustard, lollipops, foldable deck chairs.... (ETH, LTC, BTC, NANO, MOON, AC MILAN COIN...) Most folk are hitting up McDonalds (coinbase) rather than Walmart (kraken, kucoin or crypto.com). NOT IN US: replace Walmart with generic supermarket from your nation.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Hopefully the scammers of 3AC, afaik one is already in jail.

Mentions:#AC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

May he get his asshole get the proper 'loving' in prison so that SBF sheds more real tears. But I have a suspicious feeling he won't serve as much jail time. Even the 3AC a**holes are living life in Dubai after screwing all their investors!

Mentions:#AC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Study money. Read or listen to The Bitcoin Standard. I haven't read it yet but I heard Broken Money is very good as well. Also watch Michael Saylor on YouTube. I've listened and watched a few hundred hours now after I went deep into the rabbit hole. The current system is fucked with fiat and literally 100% of fiat over history has failed. Bitcoin for now is the only reasonable way out. Gold is also good but it can't really be self custody and then will be eventually manipulated leading us back to a fiat system. https://youtu.be/4AC6RSau7r8?si=ny95Z1OI0Aq4zxKB Money as Debt https://youtu.be/jkYCwBm4KYY?si=BNOBatYrrB42-kOD Hidden Secrets of Money (10 parts total) gold big but still on the same page as BTC and also bought some. https://youtu.be/coHC_9ApBdg?si=F_up2GhhEwICOam1 Bitcoin vs Gold debate with Michael Saylor Just go down the YouTube rabbit hole. It's basically endless. Also there's some good posts on tons of books here if your browse around. Also people don't wanna hear about Bitcoin at first so when I do end up having a conversation about it it always starts with inflation because everyone can relate to that and then I explain why inflation happens because they usually don't know. From there I can ease into sound money like how gold was, then explain Bitcoin is digital gold.

Mentions:#AC#BTC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

People give him alot of shit but imagine if ETFs launched before FTX, Celsius, 3AC, BlockFi, etf. lmaoooooo

Mentions:#FTX#AC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>Genesis(owned by DCG) lent tons to 3AC who invested in it in GBTC(also owned by DCG). GBTC shares fell in value causing 3AC to go bankrupt. 3AC then couldn't pay back Genesis. Thus, GBTC crashed 3AC and 3AC crashed Genesis. So DCG kind of robbed themselves sort of. [Obvious Spiderman meme incoming ](https://pbs.twimg.com/media/F7-TZ6TXUAAyJj2.jpg)

Mentions:#AC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Maybe the industry needs fodder. Terra tokenized US stocks. Jump Trading was highly involved in Terra and its collapse and acted as robinhood's leading market maker after the memestock events.. which by the way.. we're "anonymously" approved as mAssets on Terra. Jump, Genesis and 3AC even created a $3.5b "not-for-profit" called LFG to funnel into the scheme.

Mentions:#AC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

May I borrow your AC 423, please?

Mentions:#AC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

do/say nothing apart from do donuts outside their house in my AC Cobra

Mentions:#AC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

[Sometimes watching the heater fight the AC can be fun](https://youtu.be/ccdfxs5fluk?si=_4gwKxAZspWqYYfL)

Mentions:#AC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Happy days for BlockFi customers I guess. I'm not sure about their chances of recovering too much from FTX and 3AC though, there seem to be a lot of companies scraping for a piece of that pie.

Mentions:#FTX#AC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

So are refrigerators, AC's, drying machines and central heating systems. "No, but these things have a purpose!" So does Proof-of-Work.

Mentions:#AC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>I am addicted to the interest You want to become another statistic? - 2021 - ACX - 2021 - Mycryptowallet - 2021 - Cobinhood - 2021 - Bitgrail - 2021 - Coindelta - 2021 - EXX - 2021 - VCC Exchange - 2021 - WEX - 2021 - COSS - 2021 - Bithumb - 2021 - BTCEXA - 2021 - Liquid - 2021 - Nova Exchange - 2022 - Three Arrows Capital (3AC) - 2022 - Alamada Research - 2022 - BlockFi - 2022 - Babel Finance - 2022 - CoinFlex - 2022 - Celsius - 2022 - Deribit - 2022 - Zipmex - 2022 - FTX - 2022 - Freeway - 2022 - Hodlnaut - 2022 - Ikigai - 2022 - Vauld - 2022 - Voyager - 2022 - West Realm Shires Services - 2022 - Genesis - 2022 - Myconstant - 2022 - Digital Surge - 2022 - Mine Digital - 2022 - Atom Asset Exchange (AAX) - 2022 - Midas Investments - 2023 - Liquid Global - 2023 - The Rock Trading - 2023 - Silvergate - 2023 - Silicon Valley Bank - 2023 - CoinLoan - 2023 - BKEX - 2023 - Patricia Yield Earning - 2022 - BlockFi - 2022 - Celsius - 2022 - FTX - 2022 - Freeway - 2022 - Hodlnaut - 2022 - Vauld - 2022 - Voyager - 2022 - Genesis - 2022 - Myconstant - 2022 - Midas Investments

r/BitcoinSee Comment

Have you tried a muffler? I have an AC Infinity and it was doing that's woosh sound till I got a muffler and it was a huge difference!

Mentions:#AC