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they mint Tether... that's Bitfinex... you think they aren't spending their free money on pumping their other shit lol, they probably hold most of it, so can control bleed it off high. Binance and Bitfinex are a conglomerate washing fake USD (Tether) through Altcoins and Mains into USD CASH.
Bitcoin is basically the antithesis of modern banking. It is an internet gold standard, which bankers despise because it’s the bankers in our society who get to print all the money! If 10% of people left the banking system the whole gd thing would collapse. Bitcoin is digital CASH, while the fiat system operates on credit backed by more credit.
Normies still don't understand that Bitcoin isn't anonymous or untraceable, and it has actually been the single greatest honeypot for law enforcement ever, also that the largest criminal medium of exchange is CASH, denominated in U.S. Dollars. Ignorance can be disheartening, but it's also opportunity because it's still early. Thanks Satoshi!
"Margin call gentlemen." \[Frantically\] "Oh, you can't expect us to..." "You KNOW the rules of the Exchange, All accounts are to be settled at the end of the day's trading, WITHOUT exceptions." "You know perfectly WELL we don't have three hundred and ninety-four million dollars in CASH!"
Top pros are no better at predicting the future than my cat is. You should buy when others are fearful AND you should keep some powder dry, perhaps park in a monthly gic or something like I use, CASH.TO so while it's dry, it's at least doing something.
Bitcoin is CASH. Peer 2 Peer. Anyone who goes the gold route is just in crypto for the short gains and not for the long term tech or freedom it can offer. It's exactly why BTC vs BCH happened. A pure gold system is useless . BTC is *useless* and so many other crypto's are better. Bitcoin was designed to grow and adapt and change. Bitcoin Cash grows and adapts and changes. It builds UTXO so you can have an ETH like experience on Bitcoin. Like it was supposed to be. BCH stuck to the original design. Cash, games, nfts, hedging.. you can have it all. Main chain. Low fees. Big blocks. Atleast pick ETH, XMR, or any other coin over BTC 'GoLd'.
All Bitcoin that can be withdrawn to a self-custody wallet is legitimate. Easy way to start with small amounts and learning would be to use CASH app then use the Phoenix lightning wallet app. Buy some Bitcoin on CASH app and send it over lightning to your Phoenix wallet. When you get a large-ish amount you can withdraw from lightning to a hardware wallet on the main Bitcoin blockchain.
tldr; A recently declassified report suggests that Bitcoin may have been invented by the National Security Agency (NSA). The report, titled "HOW TO MAKE A MINT: THE CRYPTOGRAPHY OF ANONYMOUS ELECTRONIC CASH," explores the cryptographic underpinnings of electronic cash systems and the security features that make them essential in today's digital economy. It discusses the vulnerabilities of electronic cash transactions and the need for robust protection mechanisms. The report also highlights the role of SHA-256, a cryptographic algorithm developed by the NSA, which is used to encrypt Bitcoin blocks on the network. While there is no direct statement connecting the NSA to the invention of Bitcoin, the coincidences are too specific to ignore. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.
Thread has been around for several hours and its insane that none of the upvoted top comments mention what is in the fucking TITLE of the whitepaper: "Bitcoin: A peer-to-peer ELECTRONIC CASH SYSTEM" Bitcoin's main purpose was to be used as cash instead of fiat. Its not been able to do that after 13 years, and it certainly won't be able to do that ever.
you fool - bitcoin is for buying. not selling. it's whole purpose is to separate you from your money so that "miners" can get paid to keep running these nodes. if you're selling your bitcoin you're gaming the system, making CASH MONEY, and threatening the entire ecosystem!!! ;)
Not anymore. If people were to hold whitepaper in any real value Bitcoin would be used for transacting, not invest-speculating. It was supposed to be "peer-to-peer electronic CASH", that being LITERALLY the title of the whitepaper. Also, if you trust shitcoin whitepapers you are in for a surprise. 99.9% of all white papers overpromise and the coins under deliver (if they deliver at all). Its all vaporware.
Also, trying to offramp your CSGO skins from STEAM for CASH requires you trusting a third-party platform who takes a percentage of the sale. Sites like dmarket, skinport, etc. are taking a cut where if you incorporated blockchain technology, you cut out the middleman, save money, AND not have to wait for the 7-day trade-ban that exists after ALL skin sales on a third-party skins marketplace.
>IF YOU HIT A JACKPOT ALWAYS CASH OUT AND EXIT CRYPTO Friend of mine made a lot of money in crypto and converted it to bonds as soon as he could. I would do exactly the same thing as soon as I had the chance.
I Hope everyone knows what I’m about to say: **IF YOU HIT A JACKPOT ALWAYS CASH OUT AND EXIT CRYPTO** You can always come back later with a calm, fresh mindset. You won’t miss out by not investing immediately back. Also if you made 7 digits you can basically live financial free of safe stock market funds instead of risking it all in crypto. Be smart guys greed can bring the worst out of you
Complex but easy to follow if you're thinking I'm running away when people are rushing in and rushing in when people are running away. Currently I have 2/3 of my crypto on my hardware wallet. Those are my forever bags, holding until net value is multiples of millions. Ideally I'll be able to hold this and stake/lend this in perpetuity. 1/3 is in my TFSA. That's wholly 45% BTC etf, 45% Eth etf, 10% CASH.TO (thanks, Canadian regulators!). This is getting rebalanced every month to maintain the ratios. Historically, ath comes ~360 days after the halving. Once we hit this point, over the next 6 months, I'm going to flip my ratios. 80% cash and 10% btc/eth etf. Historically, 2.5 years after the halving is the 70% drawdown. At this point, I'm going to start flipping the ratio back over 6 months. Ideally, I'll be pulling money out near ATH and putting it back in at 70% drawdown. Rinse and repeat for 2-3 halvings and retire? I'm also going to be using the stable coin marketcap as a % of total marketcap, the F/G index and a few other indicators that I have written down at home.
I do this. But I have low expenses. I know I can always escape to El Salvador for a few years if I had to live off my Bitcoin. I also use my Bitcoin AS CASH as often as possible. I try to find merchants that accept it and go out of my way to support the Bitcoin economy. The more of us who do this, the less important it is to keep a fiat "emergency fund". We need more pioneers willing to sacrifice a little to make this happen faster. The way I see it, fiat is also very risky. Anywhere you put your "emergency fund" is going to come with at least some degree of risk, even cash. So fuck it, I'm holding mine in the hardest money available. To me, this makes the most sense.
What makes an electronic CASH system? Answer: fungibility. Bitcoin is not fungible because of its transparent ledger. If I sent you tainted BTC (with ‘criminal’ history), it could be blacklisted on exchanges and then you couldn’t sell it. 1 BTC =/= 1 BTC 1 XMR = 1 XMR
>BTC was supposed to be "A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System" It cannot be, due to transaction cost and time. And due to a transparent ledger which eliminates fungibility, arguably the most important aspect of an electronic CASH system. But you’re right, Bitcoin’s 1MB blocks on 10min interval also creates congestion and high transaction fees. Monero has dynamic blocksize on 2min interval. Monero is the ultimate crypto.
money is not necessarily currency. bitcoin is money first, then currency. money settles a transaction, while currency can be cigarettes in prison, or promissory notes. money functions as currency, but the reverse isn't necessarily true. We already have fiat as currency, as currency (NOT MONEY) fiat works relatively well, near instant payments, world wide payment (lots of caveats you are in the first/second world) etc etc You are all conflating money and currency. This is/was the main weapon Roger Ver, the Bitcoin Cashers, faketoshi Craig Wright, and the alternative coin movements. The argument goes: because Bitcoin isn't as convenient/practical as other payment systems it has failed. The other argument: Satoshi said P2P CASH BRO, READ THE WHITE PAPER 1. Bitcoin turns out, is much more useful as money than currency currently (Gresham's Law, you use your shitty currency, before your actual money) 2. Satoshi said is appeal to authority (ironically this is conditioning from the legacy fiat system), what he first thought or expressed doesn't make it law Now, some of you are still triggered by me saying fiat is relatively decent currency. So let me address the obvious: as time goes on, fiat is getting worse as currency because ideally currency holds its value, and isn't politicised: two things happening less and less with fiat currencies. can bitcoin become currency used world wide? sure, but the point is, we need free money more than another currency.
Pick something that isn't obviously Bitcoin or a crypto. Nothing like "moon", "hodl", or "pump" either. I'd try to pick something like: "TICKTOCK" (next block) "HASHB4CASH" or "HSHB4CSH" (like bros b4 hoes) "UTXOXO" (unspent transaction output with hugs and kisses) "0CONF4LYFE" (living a reckless life) "SHA MAN" (like shaman but a reference to SHA-256 hashing) Just a few off the top of my head. With my favorite being UTXOXO.
Having seen them all from various distances and positions, they’ve all played out the same. I’ve no reason to believe “this time is different”. In fact, since we have some unbelievably bullish market signals NOW and many things in motion on the horizon that could provide parabolic gains on some key assets going into the next cycle, this time is only different insofar as me never being more bullish. That being said, my strategy is as follows: - Accumulate throughout 2023/2024 - No crypto buy orders throughout 2025, which is the money shot year. Instead, I accumulate CASH. - Q4 2025 I sell it all. Even if we’re still going up, it’s not lasting forever and I’d be kidding myself to think I can time it perfectly. - Q1/Q2 2026 should be a bloodbath. I’m loving it because my exposure has been cut off. - Q2 2027 I start buying again and the cycle continues. You get the idea. Those who follow these guidelines will be driving lambos in 2029.
Explain please. How is it not useful in the future? Mate CASH money in many countries gets burned in like millions at a time and the people in some countries can see it burn and even grab it from the top of the pile but the thing is it’s all defunct and the numbers are no longer registered as currency so the paper when or IF checked would show it’s dead money like china does and has done for years. All governments want to and are moving to CBDCs central bank digital currency’s for easier and safer calculating and knowing what’s there and who moved it why when how. Cash and bank transfers are still primal cash methods they aren’t fool proof like go to a casino and launder money simple .
Live in NY, Just yesterday I saw a Spanish guy (spoke no english) fall victim to a scam where someone texted him pictures of heads cut off, brutal murders, sent him videos carrying rifles threatening him while wearing masks. He was shaking, fearing for his life. I didn't even know exactly what he was saying because of a language barrier but I knew they didn't know any of his personal information. I immediately knew he was being scammed. He 100% believed his life was in danger though. They were scamming him for CASH, USD. That kind of crap probably happens all the time. From old people sending cash to help their family members, to vile things like this. Crypto doesn't make people behave differently. You just choose to see it like that
>So tell me, how do you reverse a physical cash settlement without the receiver agreeing to it? You are trying so HARD to be a snarky prick "crypto genius", but tell me, how many times has anyone given someone 10x the amount of CASH intended or meant to give cash to one person and "accidentally" given it to a complete stranger? OR even a better example- Meant to take CASH out of your left pocket and put it in your right pocket but instead had it sent to fucking India instead? I'd say absolutely 0 times What the fuck are you even going on about, go away lmfao
Bitcoin was selling for around 17.5 million Nigerian nairas ( $38k ) The price was above 40% higher than the global average bitcoin The demand increased in Nigeria due to government decision to impose limits on banks and ATM CASH withdrawals in an effort to achieve a cashless economy
I can’t believe the amount of people giving terrible advice. I believe BTC will make new highs but my God people. DO NOT CASH OUT YOUR 401K TO BUY A SPECULATIVE ASSET. It’s your retirement treat it like it doesn’t exist and let the growth of the markets guide you into retirement. Rome wasn’t built in a day slow and steady.
I can’t believe the amount of people giving dogshit advice. I believe BTC will make new highs but my God people. DO NOT CASH OUT YOUR 401K TO BUY A SPECULATIVE ASSET. It’s your retirement treat it like it doesn’t exist and let the growth of the markets guide you into retirement. Rome wasn’t built in a day slow and steady.
Correction: USDR uses DAI as backing, and earns yield through real-estate (which I found quite interesting). Other yield-earning stablecoins include USD+ and CASH. Just make sure to do research on where the yield comes from and be aware of the fees in buying/selling them.
We are restricted on how much crypto we can buy. We can only buy $30k combined of most crypto. The only exceptions are bitcoin, eth, ltc and BITCOIN CASH lmao. The banks don't make it easy for funding and can be a hassle when cashing out. It certainly doesn't feel friendly and taking away access to margin really sucks.
Are we living the same life?? Lol My coworker was sitting on $150k CASH in 2019…I was buying bitcoin and would tell him about it and why holding cash in a bank devalues your money over time. He simply said “I don’t gamble” and thinks saving cash gets you somewhere in life. Well…2020 happened, inflation hit, and now his money in the bank is worth a lot less. Meanwhile, Bitcoin when on a crazy bull run in 2021. I’m done trying to convince anyone of anything. You get in at the price you deserve.
bitcoin will never be real money. here's what bitcoin will be: you tap your visacard to pay for everything, you pay your electric bills and gym membership with it. Visa is sweating all the money it's spending on you before you pay them back. it's not just you, it's everyone in your locale - visa is just a debt machine, but it cannot OWE companies - companies need CASH NOW. that pizza you ordered needs to be PAID NOW so that friday the pizza owner can pay his rent. so Visa needs to shuffle money around - Visa will transfer from it's Consumer Branch Pacific Division to it's MidWest division to make sure it's still got the funds to pay for all this stuff you're charging (and everyone in your area). visa will make that transfer via bitcoin. it'll borrow money from other financial services via bitcoin. then you'll make your cash payment from your bank to your visa - wiping the 1500 debt you had accumulated last week (slow down your spending, son) and everyone else will too, (theoretically) and now Visa will have an overflowing acct, that it can pay back it's lender bank or whatever - it still owes in bitcoin, so it'll make the transfer that way. BITCOIN is NOT CONVENIENT for buying mcdonalds, and then making a second transaction order because your girl decided she wants a mcflurry for the ride home. it's not good for getting gas, and a few groceries and all these little fucking purchases on your way home. 14 transactions in 2 days? fuck off. that's not what bitcoin is for. that's cash money. bitcoin is for when those 14 transactions add up to 900 dollars, and you need to refill your spending acct. bitcoin is for larger transactions. bitcoin is for you buying a boat on kijiji for 4500 dollars and not wanting to walk up to some strange house in a neighbourhood you've never visited with 4500 dollars cash in your wallet.
It's nothing that they aren't already doing with traditional fiat currencies. It's good to see someone calling it out though. This is also why CASH is so important to have available, and why governments, marketers, and corporations do not want cash to exist.
Sending cash in the mail seems SO risky, but I guess that's the only truly anon way to do it. I read the cash by mail tips link you provided from agoradesk about videotaping everything, putting distictive markings on the the inside of envelope etc and I guess I feel a little bit more at ease, but it still seems a little crazy to me. It's basically the opposite of what every other online seller of anything says, "To avoid scammers DO NOT SEND CASH". I guess I'll just have to start slowly with small amounts with a seller with a good rating/long time selling. I assume they have a kind rating/reviews system or at least length of time selling listed. Hopefully if I find a good seller we can build some trust and move on to larger amounts. I've learned a lot from your comments (approximately 99.99% of what I know about p2p), and realize I need to do a lot more research on p2p before I dive into it. Thanks again for the detailed responses, much appreciated.
I have a question a little off subject but not entirely. I received a notification that I was tipped in BITCOIN CASH. It says it is only worth about $5. But I don't have a wallet to claim it. And I'm not really 100% sure if this is safe. If I download one of the suggested wallets sent in the message can my moons be hacked or something of this matter? Just new to this and would like to possibly accept it so maybe I can tip someone else.
Think you mean cash in hand! You value BTC on USD most likely and if not then your country’s currency. So unless you have CASH in hand it isn’t worth anything and it may be currency isn’t worth anything soon enough and then all cryptocurrencies will be worthless as well. Just actual things will have any value. Maybe sell your BTC and get silver.
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First of all, I won’t just have ETH. It’s not a good choice for payments as I’ve said. Most people who use crypto as cash regularly do so with only a small handful of cryptos. Vendors accept a wide variety usually, so it’s not typically a problem. But that aside, DEXes are the answer to your question, or, if you are ok with some centralization, instant swappers. None of these are rocket science. Again you are bringing “problems” that exist with fiat into the world of crypto and pretending they are brand new “crypto” problems. Crypto is supposed to be digital CASH. It isn’t supposed to have escrow built in. This is a feature, not a bug. I don’t want escrow BUILT IN to my digital cash. Cash just exists. When you give it, it’s gone. When you hand me a $20 bill, there is no escrow built in, but people still use cash just fine. I’m ok with escrow built on top as a service (optional and not built into the protocol). But the crypto itself should be send/receive simplicity. What do you mean by fraudulent transactions anyway? You can’t fake confirmations on a worldwide distributed blockchain. And even if you could, the cost and effort would exceed the value of whatever item you’re buying.
So when you go to a BTC ATM and insert cash, they convert your fiat into BTC and then a gold coin drops out with a code to unlock your crypto on the block chain. You can then take that gold coin, go to your nearest Wendy’s dumpster and start your real job because your high thinking any of this real. Btw OP…. a BTC ATM literally gives you the ability to withdraw CASH. It’s the whole ducking point. Crypto to cash to spend that cash because you can’t buy a pack of chips or fill up your car and expect the gas station to accept DickRocketCoin as a method of payment.