Dark Crypto Banning Users. First from telegram then from Reddit after asking why I was banned from telegram. No communication from Dark Crypto mods or support. I had been very supportive of the project following protocols. I started asking questions and BANNED. No Warning no Communication just BAN.
Yes can switch banks , but all banks will rollover to the will of the mighty 4 if we don't stand up SMSF are legally allowed to purchase Crypto provided you have a good investment strategy. Yet when I tired to transfer $100 from my CBA account owned by my SMSF , I was blocked , The CBA God like policy stated that 10 K is their rule . But reading the fine print they can block any amount and any exchange and not even disclose what echanges are blocked , all under the disguise of protecting us from Scams. I have lodged a complaint with the CBA and also with [https://www.afca.org.au/](https://www.afca.org.au/) . I suggest everyone reading this post also do the same . Otherwise who knows what Bank Policy decides to BAN next. WOKE be able to buy Petrol as it is contributing to global warming or donate money to NON WOKE charities . TIME TO COMPLAIN it takes less than 5 mins to write an email and lodge a complaint with the AFCA
>But I'm not convinced that bitcoin is completely infallible. You sound unconvinced. You also sound undereducated on the history of money. That's not a dig. Just keep researching. Read The Bitcoin Standard, if you haven't. Example: Commerce does not require "good" money. There are many examples throughout history of hyperinflated currency from glass beads and stones to the fiat currency of Zimbabwe and Bolivia. Photos of paper money littered all in the streets. There was a photo posted this morning of German children playing with piles of Weimar Marks like [building blocks.](https://rarehistoricalphotos.com/hyperinflation-weimar-republic-1922/) That same money was once used to buy food, clothes, etc. It was usable. Until it wasn't. The average citizen doesn't understand why fiat currency is dangerous. Of course it is used as a medium of exchange. And that doesn't need to change. It is NOT, however, a store of value. Most of the "problems" you listed are not problems at all. Regulation, for example, is already on-going. Look at what the SEC has done in the past several years with exchanges and the Bitcoin ETF applications. They don't want to BAN it. They want to PROFIT from it. Anyways. Keep DYOR. Good luck.
Let's compare crypto portfolios! My portfolio is pretty basic right now. I'm mostly buying Bitcoin at the moment and will add more Ethereum later this year. **My Portfolio (2023-09-29):** |Bitcoin (BTC)|85%| |:-|:-| |Ethereum (ETH)|7%| |Bitcoin Mining Stocks|3%| |Banano (BAN) |3%| |Wrapped Banano LP @ 16.4% APR (wBAN-WETH on Polygon)|1%| |Loopring (LRC)|1%| |MOONs|<1%| What does your crypto portfolio look like?
*JungleTV is a video sharing website for the Banano community. On JungleTV, users can earn Banano by watching YouTube videos that are added by other users to a sort of continuously evolving playlist - the queue. The videos play in sync for everyone, making the experience similar to watching TV or a livestream.* Users spend BAN to queue the videos they want to add to the list, that BAN is then distributed to the viewers.
Banano is the greatest crypto project out there right now. BAN transfers are feeless, instantaneous and super reliable. Platform is extremely user friendly. The community is great too, as they promote tipping, solidarity, creativity and being nice to others.
If you want "free" crypto and to support a good cause, check out Banano "mining" through folding@home. It uses your computer to simulate protein folding for drug research for various diseases. Great cause and will drop a few BAN in your pocket every day or two. You can even bridge to WBAN on BSC or Polygon to use in DeFi. Honestly I'd run folding@home even if there were no rewards since I can specify to use my computer for Alzheimers research.
Yep, that is correct. I think I should add banano to the list at his point. Will try to do this at the beginning of next week. Do you have a concrete use case or just exploring the API for fun? It's possible to backtrack the past comments and count the historic mentions of BAN.
I don’t hold any NANO (though I do hold a tiny bunch of BAN) but it’s just so effective and easy to use. For all crypto is seen as complex or difficult to use, NANO is remarkably user friendly - it’s the leader of the pack where I’m concerned.
It varies pretty widely depending on what kind of hardware you are using/how much hardware power you are devoting to it. I'm not sure if they've changed the reward amounts or not since I last did it, but I used to be able to get a couple hundred BAN per day (I think I was getting around 300) running folding on an RX 5700 XT at the time
I consider Banano a project to look into and well you can still make money with it. If Banano 🍌 had Moons's ![gif](emote|moon_emote|moon) market cap of **$27.7M**, 1 BAN would be worth **$0.018**, an upside of **248%** 🚀💰 *Potassium intensifies*
Exactly! Not to mention in previous posts I’ve said the same thing! I was up to just under 500 moons which I converted to BAN which gave me a nice little profit to pay off my graphics card I bought at the time. I also don’t include moons in my list simply because I feel like everyone in this sub, where I post, already knows about moons and how to get them 🤷🏼