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Finally Completed a Cute, Fun, Cryptocurrency Game on the Algorand Blockchain—Foodie City! Host of Algorand’s First Hyper-Deflationary Token on Discord

What a glorious day to be a moon holder

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I know this sounds like common sense, but cryptocurrency project owners need to think about how to help holders of their coins preserve wealth as opposed to making people rich.

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Electronic Payments vs Electronic Cash

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Elmo Inu | The Wolf of Sesame Street | Presale in 5 Days! | Experienced and known developers / marketers from projects that reached over 10M MCap | TG Reached 4.5k members!

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I used an algorithm to find coins that can 20x. Here are the results.

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Technicalities Involved In Crypto scam Reconnaissance( AKA Recovery )

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Web3 Crypto Innovations: The Solana Phone, AKA the Solana Mobile Stack

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Dequency Is Using Blockchain to Decentralize Music Usage Rights. Dequency’s goal is to make audiovisual collaboration easy, less expensive and to pay creators instantly. Historically, finding high quality music to use in visual projects has been a cumbersome process involving many different players.

r/BitcoinSee Post

UK joins ban on imports of Russian gold [AKA only bitcoin and energy are global currency]

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UK joins ban on imports of Russian gold [AKA only bitcoin and energy are global currency]

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The #1 Cannabis Crypto Coin That Will Unequivocally Make You A Crypto Millionaire. Read More!

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Battle of the worst tweets in Crypto History, who wins? Do Kwon VS Alex Mashinsky

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Crypto In Plain English

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what do you think about decentralizing government back to state and local?

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Celsius is insolvent, please get your funds out now

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I just created Terra 3 (AKA LUNA3) on Algorand.

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The Prevalence of Sha Zhu Pan AKA Pig Butchering Scams

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People investing in high yield projects need to learn basic finance

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The Prevalence of Sha Zhu Pan AKA Pig Butchering Scams

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The First 🏳️‍🌈 Crypto community AKA The Rise of Ball Street!

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Bitcoin stores energy value across space and time.

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How to Overvalue your NFT and make 💰

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CAW White Paper - Decentralized Social Network

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i am the dumbest motherfucker alive

r/BitcoinSee Post

Bitcoin wave by Yellow AKA @ICOffenderII

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Doge is gaining because Elon is buying Twitter. I guess some people never learn!!

r/BitcoinSee Post

I Need a New Crypto Site Fast (AKA...I hate Coinbase)

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One month ago I started playing Gods Unchained, a free to play, play to earn crypto game. Here is an unbiased review from someone with [almost] nothing to lose or gain by telling the truth.

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Borgir Coin AKA The Gaybourhood! The Most Progressive Coin on BSC! | 8K MC | Doxed Dev | Liq Lock + Renounce | Best memes on BSC, Check Description for YT Videos!

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30 Year Trading Veteran WARNING for BTC and ETH holders! YUCK

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Crypto Security Leader (Large Margin to Profit?)

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I prove that crypto actually has value

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Is the USD collapsing? What are your thoughts CC?

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Will Smith Inu is up 2940 percent for the day, another rug bites the dust!

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Will Smith Inu is already up 2694%, proving that investing in BTC and ETH is for suckers

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How a simple phone repair becomes a nightmare if you hold crypto

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Every member of Safemoon's Executive team has abandoned the project, the incompetent CEO now stands alone.

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After just 9 months, another Safemoon Executive leaves. Price plummets.

r/BitcoinSee Post

Relationship with private keys, public keys and addresses

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

interesting article about money, commodities, future of the global economy, and perspective on why wall street decided bitcoin was a good investment after trashing it for a decade .

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Kevin o' Leary (AKA Mr Wonderful) just gave a talk on bitcoin in /r/cryptocurrency

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And there it is…

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NanoXRP Token | 5% Reward | Launched | Doxxed dev | Safe token | Calls soon

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NanoXRP Token | 5% Reward | Fairlaunch | Smart contract verified on BSCscan! | Join now

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Scott & Scott Attorney's file Class Action Lawsuit against Safemoon, while CEO's own brother bails on Vice President position.

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A dive into TECHNICAL ANALYSIS

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XRPmonkey smart contract verified on BSCscan!

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NanoXRP | Liquidity Locked | Listed | Low MC | Stealth launched | Hold to earn XRP in your wallet

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NanoXRP | Liquidity Locked | Listed | Low MC | Stealth launched | Hold to earn XRP in your wallet

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

70% of crypto investors starting in 2021 was all the info you needed to sell out of the market months ago. Out of that group 95% wont be around to buy the bottom in a few months / year(s). Learn to lengten your timeframe guys. Market cap can drop another 60% no questions asked.

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Dexalot Discovery with purpose

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XRPmonkey smart contract verified on BSCscan!

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PsyBulls | Public NFT minting today: 7 PM UTC | The Psychedelic Bulls Experience | Big collabs with Ryoshi token(50k holders) and BFYC launchpad | Private investor NFT groups | ETH level of art on BSC | Second collection + Token + Game is enroute | Massive marketing campaign | Hop in TG

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PsyBulls | 5555 Unique BSC Psychedelic Bulls | Minting starts 22nd Of February / 7 PM UTC | Last few hours to register for whitelist competition on SweepWidget | Partnered with Ryoshi token (50k holders) and Bored Floki Yacht Club Launch Pad | One of the biggest NFT projects on BSC | Join TG now

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Elonpump smart contract verified on BSCscan!

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XRPMonkey | Liquidity Locked | Listed | Low MC | Stealth launched | Hold to earn XRP

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XRPMonkey | Liquidity Locked | Listed | Low MC | Stealth launched | Moon

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XRPMonkey | Liquidity Locked | Listed | Low MC | Stealth launched | Hold to earn

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Ottawa Protests and Cryptocurrency

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NanoXRP | Liquidity Locked | Listed | Low MCap | Stealth launched | Hold to earn!

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NanoXRP | Liquidity Locked | Listed | Low MC | Stealth launched | Hold to earn

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NanoXRP | Liquidity Locked | Listed | Low MC | Stealth launched

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NanoXRP | Liquidity Locked | Listed | Low MC | Stealth launched | Moon | Hold to earn XRP |

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Technical Analysis: the WHYs and WHY NOTs

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All the Crypto Scams that I've seen on my journey in cryptocurrencies

r/BitcoinSee Post

How can we honestly believe the absurd notion that someone capable of hacking 100K BTC decides to keep 2000 private keys in… CLOUD STORAGE? AKA How the Feds executed the largest financial seizure in history for $3.6 billion in BTC.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Meet Razzlekahn, AKA Heather Morgan, the alleged launderer of $4.5 billion in hacked BTC from Bitfinex

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✨ NanoXRP 💎 Liquidity Locked ✨ Listed ✨Low MC | Stealth launched | Moon 🚀 Hold to earn XRP💎

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NanoXRP 💎 Liquidity Locked ✨ Listed ✨Low MC | Stealth launched | Moon 🚀 Hold to earn XRP💎

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🌿 SnoopDoge ($SNOOP) 🐕 | 💸 Ultra-LOW market cap ($27000) | 💸 Liquidity Locked | 💸 Stake & Yield Farming Incoming | 💸 0% Tax |

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🔩 NanoXRP 🔩 Brand new Token 🚀Liquidity Locked for 4months ✨ Listed ✨Low MC | Stealth launched| Moon 🚀 Hold to earn XRP💎

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🔩 NanoXRP 🔩 Huge Marketing 🚀Brand new Token🚀Liquidity Locked for 4months✨Listed ✨Low MC | Stealth launched| Moon 🚀

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🔩 NanoXRP 🔩 Huge Marketing 🚀Brand new Token🚀Liquidity Locked for 4months✨Listed ✨Low MC | Stealth launched

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🎁 BNB Rewards 🎁 smart contract verified on BSCscan!

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🎁 BNB Rewards 🔥 Just Launched 🔥 Liquidity Locked 🔥Listed ✨Low MC | Smart contract verified on BSCscan! | Moon 🚀

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🎁 BNB Rewards 🎁 Just Launched 🎁 Liquidity Locked✨Listed ✨Low MC | smart contract verified on BSCscan! | Moon 🚀

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🎁 BNB Rewards 🎁 Just Launched 🎁 Liquidity Locked✨Listed ✨Low MC | smart contract verified on BSCscan! | Moon 🚀

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🎁 BNB Rewards 🎁 Just Launched 🎁 Liquidity Locked✨Listed ✨Low MC | smart contract verified on BSCscan!

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🎁 BNB Rewards 🎁 Stealth launched 🎁 Liquidity Locked🚀Listed 🚀 Low MC 🚀Huge Marketing

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🎁 BNB Rewards 🎁 Huge Marketing ✨ Liquidity Locked✨Listed ✨Low MC | Stealth launched

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🎁 BNB Rewards 🎁 Huge Marketing 🎁 Liquidity Locked✨Listed ✨Low MC | Stealth launched

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💎 EthereumCum 💎 Smart contract verified on BSCscan!!💎 Stealth launched💎

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💎 EthereumCum 💎 smart contract verified on BSCscan!

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⚡️ NanoXRP ⚡️ Low Tax ⚡️ Stealth Launched ⚡️ LP Locked ⚡️ low MC ⚡️ 50% Supply Burn ⚡️We Are Going To The Moon⚡️Huge Marketing

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⚡️ NanoXRP ⚡️ Low Tax ⚡️ Stealth Launched ⚡️ LP Locked for 12 month | Huge Marketing Huge Potential x10000⚡️ Moon

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⚡️ NanoXRP ⚡️ Low Tax ⚡️ Stealth Launched ⚡️ LP Locked for 12 month | Huge Marketing

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⚡️ NanoXRP ⚡️ Low Tax ⚡️ Stealth Launched ⚡️ LP Locked ⚡️ low MC ⚡️ 50% Supply Burn ⚡️We Are Going To The Moon⚡️Huge Marketing

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⚡️ NanoXRP ⚡️ Low Tax ⚡️ Stealth Launched ⚡️ LP Locked ⚡️ low MC ⚡️ 50% Supply Burn ⚡️We Are Going To The Moon⚡️

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Crypto Mining AKA IRL Roblox Tycoon

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⚡️ NanoXRP ⚡️ Stealth Launched ⚡️ Low Mcap ⚡️ LP Locked 🔒 X1000 potential 🚀 Moon!

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⚡️ NanoXRP ⚡️ Stealth Launched ⚡️ Low Mcap ⚡️ LP Locked 🔒 X1000 potential 🚀 Moon!⚡️Doxxed dev⚡️

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Collecting, China, Scalping, Streetwear and NFTs. This is post about Streetwear and how they have become intertwined with NFTs.

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Collecting, China, Scalping, Streetwear and NFTs. This is post about Streetwear and how they have become intertwined with NFTs.

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⚡️ NanoXRP ⚡️ Stealth Launched ⚡️ Low Mcap ⚡️ LP Locked 🔒 X1000 potential 🚀 Moon!⚡️Doxxed dev⚡️

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⚡️ NanoXRP ⚡️ Stealth Launched ⚡️ Low Mcap ⚡️ LP Locked 🔒 X1000 potential 🚀 Moon!⚡️

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💎 NanoXRP 💎 Stealth Launched 💎 Low Mcap 💎 LP Locked 🔒 X1000 potential 🚀 Moon!

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💎 NanoXRP 💎 Stealth Launched 10mins ago 🚀 Low Mcap 🚀 Stealth Launched 🚀 LP Locked 🔒 X100 potential 🚀 Moon!

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Long term investing and compound interest surrounding stocks and crypto

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🔩 NanoXRP 🔩 Stealth Launched 🚀 Low Mcap 🚀 Stealth Launched 🚀 LP Locked 🔒 Already X3🚀 Moon!

Mentions

Yes but bitcoin has decided to position itself as an asset rather than a "beer money" currency, and this risk is something that is definitely a hurdle for adoption. Many people don't necessarily want their life savings in an asset where if their house burns down or gets broken into they have no recourse. Sure they can store copies of their seeds in multiple locations (at a parent or friends house), or in a safety deposit box (AKA bank), neither of which is really trustless

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Someone lost to someone win. AKA PEG

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The Merge - A \~ 90% drop in ETH issuance, beginning the era of deflationary ETH, AKA ultra sound money. Furthermore, staking yields will rise post merge. Plus, the merge starts the more secure and more environmentally friendly future of Ethereum. Extended Ethereum Roadmap - The surge, the verge, the purge and the splurge offer a wide range of benefits and features which will dramatically increase Ethereum’s capabilities.

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The Merge - A \~ 90% drop in ETH issuance, beginning the era of deflationary ETH, AKA ultra sound money. Furthermore, staking yields will rise post merge. Plus, the merge starts the more secure and more environmentally friendly future of Ethereum. Extended Ethereum Roadmap - The surge, the verge, the purge and the splurge offer a wide range of benefits and features which will dramatically increase Ethereum’s capabilities.

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Important to note what it does bring: The Merge - A \~ 90% drop in ETH issuance, beginning the era of deflationary ETH, AKA ultra sound money. Furthermore, staking yields will rise post merge. Plus, the merge starts the more secure and more environmentally friendly future of Ethereum. Extended Ethereum Roadmap - The surge, the verge, the purge and the splurge offer a wide range of benefits and features which will dramatically increase Ethereum’s capabilities.

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> Its not my job to educate you. AKA you have no understanding of how our economy works. Please, go ahead and explain how the money printer works. The government doesn't just print money without consequences, we all pay for it via inflation when they do that. That's why balancing the budget is important. And yeah, they do spend the money on infrastructure - did you think all of these things appeared as a gift from Santa? No, they're funded by taxpayers. Grow the hell up.

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>Justin Bons - Founder & CIO of CyberCapital \> Justin Bons is Founder, CIO & fund manager of Cyber Capital, full time cryptocurrency researcher since 2014, AKA VeritasSapere. After studying Philosophy at the University of Auckland in New Zealand, he discovered crypto-assets in 2012 and immersed himself in this new technology. So the "philosopher" who knows it better than crypographer and computer scientist Aggelos Kiayias: \> Aggelos Kiayias (Greek: Άγγελος Κιαγιάς) FRSE is a Greek cryptographer and computer scientist, currently a professor at the University of Edinburgh and the Chief Science Officer at Input Output Global, the company behind Cardano. Source: [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aggelos\_Kiayias](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aggelos_Kiayias)

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AKA BlackRock spot BTc private trust Not feeling too good about BlackRocks involvement

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If you invest in those kind of coins it is because you DYOR must improve a lot. Just searching Tesla coin you won't find anything about an official statement AKA is an scam.

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Hahahah this creature think that 'The value of a dollar is invariant. (it's constant or unchanging: AKA it's stable...)". DOLLAR IS INVARIANT!! Creature never heard about inflation... I cant speak with it...

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That's why is important to always DYOR. Coinbase don't support BNB so you can't transfer for there. AKA You ~~got scammed~~ friend

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The on chain volume looks impressive until you understand how UTxO transactions work. A lot of that volume is “change” volume AKA funds sent back and forth from the same adresses. If you want to learn more about how UTxO works look here: https://emurgo.io/understanding-unspent-transaction-outputs-in-cardano/

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He's right, but people are going to keep trying it for a while, making and breaking fortunes, until they finally realise that nobody taking it seriously is truly innovative at all, but rather a bunch of has-been brands trying to stay relevant and who can't help but misinterpret the value of new technology through the lens of old technology. The one dream that the first generation of internet developers failed the hardest at realising was 'The Metaverse', so when they look at crypto, that is mainly what they see, but it's a red herring. Crypto is not a technology for creating a virtual (AKA phony) 'meta' data universe: it is a technology for stamping metadata incorruptibly onto the real universe. Big difference there, but it's easy for old-school types with 'Snow Crash' in their eyes to get them confused.

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Huh? Mining blocks will still happen after the “last” bitcoin is mined. Technically the last bitcoin will never be fully mined because of successive halvenings. After that, the block rewards will consist of 99% fees. And these blocks still need to be mined or you can’t finalize transactions. AKA Hash power is still required to solve blocks, and miners will compete with eachother by trying to have the highest hash rate. Confirming transactions cannot be viewed separately from mining because that’s literally what it is. Energy consumption will not magically decrease once the “last” bitcoin has been mined. More info here: https://www.investopedia.com/tech/what-happens-bitcoin-after-21-million-mined/

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Ivy league schools are teaching hardcore cryptography classes combined with macroeconomics. AKA 1960's ciphers and code running some Bayes-Nash on whitebox'd machines in "the cloud." Rockefellers still won't allow finance to be taught in any school.

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I Would rather play shitty game Where I can earn than play a Great game Where I can't earn (AKA wasting life)

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Sure. Look up any MMO without proper safeguards against botting and RMT. Sweatshops in third world countries pay people to grind the games 24/7, destroys those games' economies, and actively harms the average player experience. And that's just one current, existing example. There are more, and those don't even touch on the implications of what would happen if gaming became completely monetized. Many of these NFT game companies have vision statements that say they envision a world where work and play are one. Many people take this to mean a world where work doesn't feel like work. I take it to mean a world where play doesn't feel like play. Fuck that. I will fight tooth and nail against this if I have to, and I will reply to every single crypto-bro I see who shills NFTs in games on this site. Thankfully there are very few of you, as sentiment about NFTs in gaming is OVERWHELMINGLY negative basically anywhere video game discourse is conducted. I know I likely won't be able to convince the crypto-bro, but at least anyone who reads the conversation understands the pitfalls of NFTs in gaming. It solves no problems, it offers no new use-cases that are not currently possible with current tech, and would turn gaming into another soulless avenue for "the grind". Anyone who doesn't see this is either too blinded by greed, or too shortsighted to understand the implications of play-to-earn becoming widespread. AKA: Fools.

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AKA summer weekend.

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You sound like a desperate Bull who's just sunk the last of his DCA money into a coin and is scratching around for every crumb that fits with your theory that the bottom is already in. FYI this is AKA as the Denial Phase -.when a hopeless Bull refuses to believe that an asset can continue going lower.

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AKA A massive change in a projects protocol will have several consequences for its blockchain

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AKA New shitcoins incoming in 3, 2 , 1

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AKA Middleman for those who prefer simple language.

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If you till a field, plant seeds, provide water and nutrients, are you not entitled to the literal fruits of your labor? They fail to understand the difference in fiat and tangible assets. Bitcoin has value in the fact that it is mathematically secure, and no one can easily control the transfer of value, EX through "quantitative easing" AKA inflation tax. The posters on Late State Capitalism are not worth engaging with. They will sip on their expensive lattes at Starbucks and post from their iPhone bought with their parents money about how communism is the only way to liberate the people.

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It’s actually appropriate: They basically made a special box for the co-founder to be put in, and let him have an admin, and prob five staff members with zero ability to impact the financials moving forward. AKA, call it early c-suite retirement when they can't outright fire you without looking terrible.

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AKA Goldman Gary. Worked for them for 20 years.

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Reverse Re-Purchase agreements (or Reverse Repo AKA RRPs) are the means why which institutions gain access to short-term operations loans. To quote Investopedia: * Repurchase agreements, or repos, are a form of short-term borrowing used in the money markets, which involve the purchase of securities with the agreement to sell them back at a specific date, usually for a higher price. * Repos and reverse repos represent the same transaction but are titled differently depending on which side of the transaction you're on. For the party originally selling the security (and agreeing to repurchase it in the future) it is a repurchase agreement (RP). For the party originally buying the security (and agreeing to sell in the future) it is a reverse repurchase agreement (RRP) or reverse repo. * Although it is considered a loan, the repurchase agreement involves the sale of an asset that is held as collateral until it the seller repurchases it at a premium. ([source](https://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/041615/what-difference-between-repurchase-agreement-and-reverse-repurchase-agreement.asp))

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"hack" AKA inside job with no repercussions.

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Nigeria... AKA the World's 6th most populous county and projected to become #2 most populous at some point this century. This is good!

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Actually, liquidity hasn’t shown much of an impact between transactions. Even in the stock market. ETH and BIT have also shown price fluctuation between two individual transactions of drastic value. AKA: unstable.

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I hope the crypto specialist doesn't transform in one of them AKA a puppet.

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AKA: *I have bags to unload on you suckers.*

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AKA... Removed from the land of the living....

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AKA... not alive....

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AKA… dead…

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AKA Bought a year of not living

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I agree what I really like about this idea is that true value is derived from energy. for instance if you pick up a rock off the street no one will pay you anything for it because it was easy for you to get but if you go and chisel that rock into an intricate sculpture. It now has value because of the energy you put in AKA work.

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Celsius Is not decentralized, nor a blockchain, users chose to use a centralized moneymarket AKA a fucking bank but without regulation. Public Blockchains like BTC have a public submitting process and anyone can visit github and audit the code themselves, plus check who submitted what when going back to '09, that's not quite an unknown group Is it? I do have a say on the dev team of a project I like, by voting governance proposals using the governance tokens I hold as voting power. Now, the fact that you thought Celsius was centralized, never ever visited the github of a blockchain project, or think that the node upgrade/fork being done by unknown powerful parties (parties, because coordination Is provably inexistant on BTC for example, governance takes far longer than any other chain simply the amount of different nodes out there) Is an argument *against* decentralization, all goes to prove you should spend less time assuming things and actually doing some fucking research for a change lol

Mentions:#AKA#BTC

debit Interac in Canada never has pending point of payment (AKA debit card) payments. it’s verified and settled instantaneous.

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NEW pharmaceuticals, genius. AKA Drug Discovery and trials There's a reason why: incentives for profit are highly aligned with the market demand for new, better pharmaceuticals.

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I never played the game, the FromSoftware esthetic is a bit too hellish for me to enjoy, but I like the lore. I like the quote as a reference to anything that: 1. Solves a problem you have. 2. You have ignored for a long time, to the extent of forgetting it, as if you hollowed/succumbed to the madness (AKA tunnel vision, focusing on something else). 3. Has always been at your reach. 4. Finally you find it. 5. Bonus: you in fact used it for a long time, before forgetting it.

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AKA get ready to buy

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AKA Coinbase saying that SEC should do their part of the work

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AKA Fancy way to spend more money that can be used to buy more crypto.

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As the leading consultant expert on this titanic shitcoin, I just want to make something abundantly clear. > Papa will make us multi millionaires [THIS](https://pbs.twimg.com/media/E6Sp-ZGWUAU7jfR.jpg) is "papa", a crackhead-looking amateur charlatan who claims to have been offered a $2m job from Ripple, and then when a Ripple executive posted on Twitter that it was complete bullshit, Thomas, AKA "papa" (every time I write it I sick in my mouth a little bit) then showed the job offer. Except, it wasn't a job offer, it was a generic head-hunter email he had received from a recruitment agent who was just blowing smoke up his ass. He also claimed to have finished the Safemoon blockchain about 10 months ago and there's no sight of it, he did AMA's while high, attended events stinking of weed and was caught stealing BNB from the Safemoon liquidity pools when he manually transferred liquidity from one pool to another. What a fucking snake.

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>Yes they do? They explain it for all of them. Look at sections 103-111 for example. Again, No no they arent giving a detailed analysis. in this complaint the SEC is essentially claiming the same nonsense they have tried to use in the LBRY case and the Ripple case. The supreme court in the howey test said in "In order to satisfy the “common enterprise” aspect of the Howey test, federal courts require that there be either “horizontal commonality” or “vertical commonality.” See Revak v. SEC Realty Corp" to give a rough explanation of the two "(discussing horizontal commonality as “the tying of each individual investor’s fortunes to the fortunes of the other investors by the pooling of assets, usually combined with the pro-rata distribution of profits” and two variants of vertical commonality, which focus “on the relationship between the promoter and the body of investors”)" The SEC then goes on to say "The Commission, on the other hand, does not require vertical or horizontal commonality per se, nor does it view a “common enterprise” as a distinct element of the term “investment contract.” -Source https://www.sec.gov/files/dlt-framework.pdf AKA the SEC is once again choosing to ignore the supreme court because it cant define nor connect What is constitute the common enterprise which is required for there to be an investment contract. I know literally Zero things about KROM I dont know their team, protocol, consensus method. nothing, diddly squat. Can you help me figure out how I have entered into an investment contract with them, their company/team if I buy KROM on a 3rd party exchange like Binance? I get no shareholder rights, no dividends, no votes or power within the company nor the network itself, yet somehow the company is beholden to me and my wishes? Can you name another security which does that?

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the SEC is alleging that there were 9 digital assets that are securities, but they dont explain their analysis for even one. They also dont sue/go after the exchange where it was traded or the issuers of the tokens AKA The people with the resources to fight back, they simply went after a guy and his family. This is quite interesting since the 9 assets in question (AMP, RLY, DDX, XYO, RGT, LCX, POWR, DFX, KROM.) would each require their own smaller trial in order to be considered a security. I find it hilarious that are now focusing on insider trading instead of the exchanges/founding company/teams. this guy is the low hanging fruit.

Ugh look at the chart, there’s your sell off. AKA no one gives a shit

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AKA the uncollaterlised loan of customer funds that we gave them is now gone so we don't have anything with us hence users cannot withdraw

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AKA Hey hey hey

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AKA I have a proposition, to make your money, my money.

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"Circumstances Beyond Our Control" AKA your has always been theirs.

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AKA the Celcius

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>the resulting financial difficulties of our key business partners AKA the loans we gave out using customer funds without collateral

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LOL USA is crypto friendly... meanwhile the SEC is claiming that anything that could possibly appreciate and be traded in a secondary market becomes an investment contract. AKA an illegal security sale. https://pbs.twimg.com/media/FUlgX1rVUAAtow8?format=jpg&name=900x900

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AKA: "BNB Chain launches new tool to help users stay out of BNB projects."

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Time will make the technology more easy to interface with, just like how GUI eventually made it so we didn’t have to spend all that time learning command prompts on computers. That said, ensuring you put the address in correctly has always been one of the most basic functions of sending crypto. If people aren’t copy+pasting these things, or verifying with a screenshot at the very least - then it sounds like they’re jumping in without establishing fundamental knowledge. There are also now shorthand ways to send, like ENS. Regardless, having the right address or account # has been necessary long before computers even existed. Well over a century now. Sending letters, wiring money, dialing numbers - none of it gets to the right place if you don’t put in the right information. Even emails in modern day. Crypto may eventually have KYC universally standardized nicknames for account wallets which can ask you like a bank account would - “do you really want to send to wallet 0x03ec639296739 AKA Jim Johnson’s wallet? As mentioned, the ENS system already solves that on Ethereum. For instance, my Argent wallet has a naming system where I can tell someone to send to nickname.xyz.argent. Still, people really really really need to learn the basics before they start sending off. Crypto is technically already fool proof, just not idiot proof.

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AKA a wife /s

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There are two aspects to Bitcoin. First the absolute scarce token, used for speculation by many people, to make money. Second is the global, decentralized, permissionless, monetary network. Everybody with a smartphone and internet can opt in without asking permission. Sure, governments can ban it, but in reality that doesn't stop anybody from actually using it. Jack Mallers is using the Bitcoin Network to make payments with instant settlement and negligible fees. It took 60 years to innovate from the traditional payment rails. Are you still using VHS, CD's, and hardcopy newspapers? Or are you using Netflix, Spotify and news apps? The same is happening with payment rails using the Bitcoin Network. And it's happening because it's open, global, permissionless and decentralized AKA FOR EVERYBODY. Sounds pretty valuable to me.

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> If it is theoretically possible to run out of people to buy (Bitcoin price is 0 dollars) it is also theoretically possible to run out of people who want to sell it (Bitcoin price is infinity dollars) That is not true. There is such a thing as a currency no one wants (not that I think this is the case with Bitcoin, since some use cases do exist, albeit marginals at the moment). There is no such thing as a currency no one wants to "use" AKA cash out.

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> value they have locked AKA what they hold... which is what I just said... > the number of costumers Either the customers are all in but it's only 1% of the customers, or it's every single user and they're on average only in 1%. Either way, not that big a deal.

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It Does not matter. Still uses snapshots (check points.) Your article also explains the trade-offs that happen when downgrading the client to run more efficiently. In this specific client model not only does it use trusted vendors for the snapshots it runs off of, just like every other light client, it also makes it incredibly hard and time consuming and in some cases impossible the further you go back to have finality attestation to the entire chain. AKA producing trusted unattested finality claims. When we go PoS you won’t use Besu to run a node as finality needs to be reached in 2 blocks (especially true once single block finality is pushed). Regardless, no matter the light client, you are advocating there are zero trade offs and it provides full decentralization (whole purpose of these nodes) when it indeed does not. Your own article understand the trade-offs, why can’t you?

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AKA “doing a Luna”

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I was referring to the base layer. Once institutions are moving around huge quantities of bitcoin and are willing to pay increasingly higher and higher fees to get into the next block; the fees may cost more than the value of the average man's bitcoin holdings. What happens to all of the wallets with <0.02 bitcoin when the fee to move bitcoin is >0.02 bitcoin? Interesting question. I'll admit that I'm getting out of my realm of knowledge when we enter how the Lightning network works. The block wars have already been fought, people don't want larger blocks AKA increased centralization. I honestly don't even consider it a option. Perhaps the solution is another 2nd or a 3rd layer?

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Damnit, and me with no extra money to buy anything today...today AKA, Bottom Day. 😆

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> investing AKA selling to themselves to launder some money out of the fund, most likely. Remember kids, don't just steal money, you need a receipt and transfer of assets to legitimize the transaction. Make sure to buy some other similar useless junk at stupid prices to make it less obvious.

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Voyager already in the process of starting a new enterprise, AKA a new business to replace Voyager. Don’t hope too much for Voyager being operational again. It’s highly possible they start the new company and pretend they had nothing to do with Voyager.

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You owe it to yourself to learn that "other coins," AKA "alt coins" are scams.

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Realizing loses means making your paper loses dollar loses. AKA selling. You realize your loses when you sell.

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AKA MORE TO COME...hello hadestown my old friend

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Well, money is an entirely human construct. It only exists because we believe it exists so there are some similarities with religion and its assertions. In most liberal western democracies Money has become something of a religion before Bitcoin ever came along. Bankers have gained a position of power and influence far larger than in previous times when religions generally exercised at least caution if not outright prohibition of moneylending AKA usury. Since fiat money is based on money lending with over 95% of fiat created via the process of creating debt fiat can be seen as representing the evils that most religions have associated wioth usury. With the decline in religious adherence a vacuum has existed and materialism and consumerism have to some extent filled the void, with the bankers happily creating the perfect conditions for endless debt fueled consumption. The Fiat Debt Slavery Cartel is the devil incarnate! Yes Bitcoin might well have religious tendencies as it provides a real constructive and working model alternative to the current Tyranny and Usury of the Fiat Debt Slavery Cartel.

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AKA: license to steal. Watch people cash out or move their crypto off the exchange. Watch Bitstamp limit withdrawals and yet still go bankrupt.

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blue chip = just btc or maybe BTC and ETH or MMMMAAAAYBE top 10. Brown chip means shitcoins AKA alts.

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Why the fuck are you even watching 'the news' its 2022. The age of information. Turn off your fucking TV. AKA the worst place to get info from at any given moment. Now if you want to be a propagandized useless fuck, then 'the news' (take your pick) is gr8.

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Bear market AKA clean the dust in crypto environment. That is one of the good points of it.

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Collect freebies AKA have a possibility to dust your wallet and get scammed. You can at least collect freebies in a own separate wallet and if something happen at least your investments are safe.

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“In a gas powered car” As opposed to what? The “electric” AKA coal powered ones? Not siding with anti bitcoiners, I just think all this environment shit is hypocritical regardless of who you are, because unless you just live under a rock, you’re probably doing just as much harm as everybody else.

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AKA don't trust CEOs opinions about their own bussiness they will not tell that things are going bad.

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About the first thing you learn when study cryptography is that even the most complex and rigid crypto is susceptible to "rubber-hose cryptanalysis" AKA "the $5 wrench attack"

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Lol its amazing you think these stimmy checks were a good thing. You clearly have no concept of inflation, the federal reserve, or money. Inflation is literally robbery dipshit. Robbing every single American other than the ones at the absolute top of our society. Its taxation without representation, to a "T". AKA Tyranny, by definition. Which is literally what our ancestors had a war to get out of. And here we are again, on the day before the 4th being reminded that the average American flunked the fuck out of history class and cant tell when hes taking it in the bum, no lube.

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Mark Cuban didnt say that the crypto market would stop crashing (now or forever). Did you even attempt to read anything? He said that Crypto market continues to be overvalued. " In his opinion, the cryptocurrency winter is likely to end with the development of apps, which must become much more useful." AKA when crypto provides value that catches up with and exceeds its current market valuation. This is a reasonable point. Anyway, see you around.

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The bad actors (AKA criminals) whose companies are currently collapsing left and right have set this movement back years. Cryptocurrency is a global laughing stock right now. The butt of every joke imaginable. The underlying tech is sound but that doesn't mean a thing right now. Be angry

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AKA banks and hedge funds.

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you paid your employees extra from government stimulus packages, right? I also didn't get any as a business owner of a solvent company but credit lines got open for business that needed it (many that didn't need it also exploited it..). The stimulus packages were more or less the same in all European Union and UK. Let me make it easier to visualise, during covid we halted most of the economy, how many business did you see go bankrupt, how many people did you see in the streets? Do you think you can halt worlds economy without massive bankrupcies, people losing their houses, etc...without proping the economy by subsidising it in an artificial way (AKA printing and pouring free money on people)?

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Copy and paste is the most common type of malware attack that you could face. Basically a type of computer virus ( AKA Malware) that manipulates the copy and paste function on your computer. You copy a crypto wallet address onto your clipboard and the malware recognises a crypto wallet address and changes it for its preferred address.. Thus sending your crypto to a different wallet. The scammers wallet. That's why you type it in manually, check it twice and then hit send. The next time you send to this wallet it will be easier as all the info will now be saved and you won't have to re-enter your wallet address. When setting up a new wallet address always do a test transaction for a small amount first just to confirm you're safe. PLUS doing it this way means you will be able to recognise your wallet address as you will know it. I know it all seems daunting but I promise it is totally doable. I've only been in the game a few years and still learning myself. but I can tell ya this. Keep it simple. If its too good to be true, then it is. Don't be greedy trying to get rich today. Don't do leverage. DCA. Not your keys not your coins.

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AKA how to make your inbox busy.

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I'm a big ethereum supporter... but I've actually been researching MEV in Ethereum and have started to look both inside and outside the ethereum ecosystem for possible solutions. So it would be very interesting to me if Cardano was somehow less susceptible. But I don't quite understand what you mean by your comment. What do you mean by each transaction works on its own independent local state? For example, if dealing with a decentralized exchange surely the order of transactions is essential to proper functioning of an AMM (the key here may be in the design of the AMM). AKA one transaction impacts the price/execution of the next transaction. Maybe your individual contract execution is based on the interaction between two utxo's, but the result will be an altered utxo state such that the subsequent contract is impacted. So transaction ordering still seems to produce MEV if I'm understanding correctly. The only solution classes I've seen at layer 1 are transaction privacy protocols and fair-transaction ordering protocols. Frankly I don't know much about Cardano besides that it uses utxo but I don't initially see how that would do anything for mitigating MEV. Would be happy to read any further if you (or anyone) could point me in the right direction.

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