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what happened 3rd of november, and are some of these CC not at all to be considered an investment object?

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Depends if you're bullish or bearish on crypto in the long run Since you're on the CC sub I assume you'll be bullish In which case start accepting BTC and in 10 years time thank your former self #thisisnotfinancialadvice

Mentions:#CC#BTC

I haven’t bought any, just got coins from the grants. But I was up about 1000% until recently. I specifically did it because the consensus of CC is against it and nothing is more bullish than doing the opposite of whatever you guys are shilling.

Mentions:#CC

Quick addendum to this: got the remaining 3% today. I will make an observation that when this initially went down, I was peeved because Gemini had positioned themselves as a well funded, stable option to some of the wild west platforms out there. I got pretty soundly told off by CC for "not reading the fine print" re how the staking program was being run. I feel a bit of vindication here that Gemini did in fact come through in the end, and although I have moved the majority of my bag onto a Trezor I will continue using Gemini for some purchases. Now I just need to follow my exit strategy, haha.

Mentions:#CC

When it rallies like crazy you can sell 1 CC for 2-3 weeks out for 20k and $400 out of the money. Yes it’s “risky” cause I don’t want my shares called away but if you wait for huge run ups it always reverts.

Mentions:#CC

Sure here’s an example Someone makes a post about Crypto X. People from the community of Crypto X share the post within themselves and people from crypto X come to CC to upvote positive comments and downvote negative comments about crypto X. They also leave comments creating a very biased narrative for Crypto X. The post about Crypto X is now heavily manipulated and will be killed. /R/CryptoCurrency intends to have organic discussion, a post with manipulated comments and votes especially in favor of a specific crypto is not organic. Users are welcome to discuss crypto topics and other cryptos they’re not welcome to manipulate topics about specific cryptos.

Mentions:#CC

Called the Police ? Get witnesses ? Police can check CC Cameras if you know the vehicle description etc...and then with Police reference you can file to FBI etc & report it ASAP..also..waht you talking about ? $20 , $300, $5000, or $50K+ ? ...otherwise, this is a troll story IMHO.

Mentions:#CC

All very good and valid points. I think the main issue with registering for an account is that you are introducing friction to the system, and one of the main points OP mentioned is that you should be able to pay with says from your Lightning wallet globally with ease. Currently, in the case of CC payments that cannot be settled, the bag is held by both the transit operator and the CC company. They have a special agreement for transit whereby the first £10 or so is guaranteed by the card company, with the caveat that if the payment can’t be authorised, then the card goes onto a deny list so that it can no longer be used with that transit operator, at least until the debt is settled. With LN, by removing the dreaded trusted third party, the transit operator is left holding the bag entirely themselves. I get what you’re saying about the LNURL identifier, but what’s to stop someone creating their own LN wallet app that would never settle? Or, if both their device and the terminal are offline, they could pay the lightning invoice with funds that have already been spent (I think? I’m still learning about LN), and then next time they travel just do the same with a newly created wallet (which would have a different identifier). Ultimately, I reckon this problem will be solved by Apple and Google. Transit operators already have the hardware to accept payments via ApplePay and Google wallet, when we reach a point where BTC is more widely held, I imagine that they will provide a way to pay with Sats. And this would apply to all POS, not just transit. The payee could just charge in local currency, and the wallet would handle conversion to Sats. It means that they become the trusted third party, but they are big enough and clever enough to work out a way to minimise any fraud risk :)

Mentions:#OP#CC#BTC

Update: Been using the Walmart cards through the app. It is a bit confusing, but you have to select the payment option at checkout if you have multiple cards (CC, DC, or GC). Also, if you need more than just one card, Sam's Club GC's and Walmart GC's are interchangeable. Bonus: Using the Walmart app allows you to buy Sam's Club gas.

Mentions:#CC#DC#GC

It's very good. Passport and ColdCard are on a tier above all of the other devices. I would call them "managers" as well as signers. Trezor / Ledger / Bitbox etc are all "simple signers". I've posted about the features of it here: https://old.reddit.com/r/FoundationDevices/comments/1chts8l/foundation_passport_master_of_the_hotwallets/ Overall I would still say the ColdCard is the superior of the two, but only power users are going to get those benefits. Passport is user friendly for newbs, CC is not.

Mentions:#CC

I did it ages ago with a coldcard 4 and Sparrow wallet. Creating the keys and the Sparrow wallet wasn't an issue. Problem I ran into was exporting the wallet back to CC and then getting it to recognize the individual keys. Can't recall how I resolved it and eventually decided that there was zero benefits doing it.

Mentions:#CC

Seems like a big miss in the 'desirable' category of a CC's features.. Boo

Mentions:#CC

What are the hidden items that show up in my Coinbase wallet? Still learning and noted *have several :hidden" items in my wallet. I am assuming they are spam of some sort?* *Example: ! ETHNA CC* 8,273.00 ACCESS \[ETHNA.CC\] TO CLAIM Y*OUR TOKENS*

Mentions:#CC

You can pay use BitPay to pay you credit cards and other bills. You can use BitRefill to buy gift cards. The ultimate strategy is to use Strike to convert your paycheck to BTC. Then use interest free CC debt for daily purchases, rent, etc. Send BTC from Strike to BitPay to pay credit cards, mortgage, etc. This way you’re living on a BTC standard and never expose yourself to currency devaluation. Just watch out for those 80% BTC drawdowns!

Mentions:#BTC#CC

I was really impressed that there was someone on r/CC this knowledgeable about Kaspa. Usually this sub doesn't get visitors this technical ... about anything. And then I realized that you must Shai (Deshe) Wyborski. Well, it's an honor getting such detailed responses from you. I'm going to take some time to digest them since I am relatively new to Kaspa. **Part 1** > That's patently false. Adding smart-contracts will require rewriting the UTXO layer, and some minor adjustment. All the other main components -- consensus layer, P2P layer, mempool -- remain largely unchanged. I'm guessing that means UTXO-style smart contracts similar to how Ergo and Cardano are doing them? If so, then yes, it wouldn't be too hard since nodes would basically just need to run through the script. > Also, I don't really believe native smart-contracts are necessary. With instant confirmation (we'll dive deep into those further down) you can rapidly settle an L2 with rollups, providing better (and adjustable!) responsiveness than most chains while avoiding a lot of the complexities of validators processing arbitrary code. Personally, I think a rollup is a fine solution. I'm curious how it would design its smart contract execution layer. Is it going to remain UTXO-based (similar to Bitcoin/Cardano/Ergo) or switch to account-based (like EVM)?

Mentions:#CC

I sold about .2 recently to pay down my CC debt and auto loan. It's worth it in the end to prep my credit to buy property. Property has so much real value

Mentions:#CC

We're getting close to a year since the CC Civil War over .2 Daily multiplier. Hopefully we see more quality drama this year.

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I’ve learned to inverse all CC news, so because of this I will be selling all of my MATIC today.

Mentions:#CC#MATIC

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If you or someone else has an account with enough CC karma or a CC membership, feel free to post what I typed as a new post. Spent a lot of time on it and then realized I can't post, but I also don't want to make the effort LOL. Depending on the replies, I may jump in with some additional comments on the new post.

Mentions:#CC

feels bad. I just sold my entire stack to pay off CC debt so I can bump my credit to buy a house in a few months. But im still DCA'ing be weekly. Still sucks though.

Mentions:#CC#DCA

Relevant topic for me as I just sold some BTC to pay off CC debt that I had accumulated as a result of house renovations, so figured I'd chime in because I was struggling with the same thing. Everyone has their own preferences, for me peace of mind contributed to it as well. Today's a given, tomorrow's unknown I guess. Could it end up being very expensive renovations? Highly likely, but thankfully I was able to keep most of my BTC. At the end of the day, I want to use my BTC to make my life more comfortable, rather than looking at a number (hopefully) go up on screen. Feels like debt keeps me in the carousel even longer...

Mentions:#BTC#CC

It really depends on the interest rate for the debt. Is this CC debt? Is it a house or a car? You are leaving out key information here. If its high interest pay it off with Fiat first and fast. Don't sell your BTC to pay it off. Pay it off with fiat. I'd like to say that fortune favors the bold and you should buy more BTC, financially ignorant people become business owners all the time, some of them successful with dumb luck. Some people win large sums of money at the slot machines too. You might want to go check out r/personalfinance if you are worried about 10k of debt. The key factor is not that you have 10k in debt but that you are worried about it, meaning you are having trouble paying it off. Look up the term debt to income ratio.

Mentions:#CC#BTC

Back in the day credit cards treated BTC purchases like anything else. I would max out my CC and sell enough at the end of the month to pay it off. Made about $10k that way before they closed the loophole

Mentions:#BTC#CC

TIL r/CC is like my bedroom.

Mentions:#CC

Jasmy still roaring ahead, still a strong buy. This sub hates it but apply inverse CC and you'll be golden.

Mentions:#CC

Put $100 on CC, put $600 in BTC. Wait till next year. Sell BTC to pay off credit card, continue buying BTC, you may have more than you think, and you always have the option to keep BTC and pay off credit card in another way

Mentions:#CC#BTC

CC rate is usually ~20%, and that’s after taxes.

Mentions:#CC

I'd transfer the debt to a 0% APR credit card (usually 15-21 months). Invest it all into BTC, pay the min on the CC until the APR comes due, then use BTC profit to pay it off in full. But I am also able to stop using my credit cards and just put them away. If you struggle with spending, this is not the best idea. 

Mentions:#BTC#CC

Don't even THINK about saving money while you have CC debt. Use every cent to pay off your CC. If you find a penny in a gutter, use it to pay off your CC. Carrying CC debt is the dumbest financial decision one can possibly make. Pay it off and watch your dumbness levels drop to 0.

Mentions:#CC

You get an allowance and have $7k in CC debt? Maybe get a job?

Mentions:#CC

I am a 2/3 - 1/3 guy. Depending on the size of the debt and my willingness to pay it off. Currently I do 2/3 into bitcoin and 1/3 into debt. I also like to purchase Bitcoin into two different amounts for easy bookkeeping so i may make extra debt payments earlier in the month so i can make my specific bitcoin purchase. But if you have $7000.00 in CC debt at 29% like most American rates. I would do 2/3 into debt and 1/3 into bitcoin. I would also say that i am a minimalist so for me investing into bitcoin gives me the same feeling that my daughters describe when buying a new pair of shoes or clothing. So I "reward myself" by buying bitcoin. Also, unless you used the CC for medical or an emergency, you should never have $7K in debt for any other reason. Then get a savings going so that you have a full months of your allowance ready for anything you might use for a CC.

Mentions:#CC

You setup a cold storage and never sent out of it as a test? That is the first mistake here. Always, always send test txns. And always do a test restore from the seed as well. Doesn't help now, but maybe it will help someone else. You should be able to view an unlimited amount of addresses in the CC address explorer. Even export it to a CSV. I would try to reverse engineer the Sparrow wallet cold storage file. See if you selected a different address type or account and you're signing with the wrong one... it should show the fingerprint in Sparrow. Try to match that with the coldcard wallet fingerprint. Maybe you used a passphrase?

Mentions:#CC

Ledger has backdoors: [https://decrypt.co/140364/is-there-a-backdoor-in-ledger-hardware-wallets](https://decrypt.co/140364/is-there-a-backdoor-in-ledger-hardware-wallets) Trezor has backdoors: [https://www.coindesk.com/tech/2023/05/24/crypto-security-firm-unciphered-claims-ability-to-physically-hack-trezor-t-wallet/](https://www.coindesk.com/tech/2023/05/24/crypto-security-firm-unciphered-claims-ability-to-physically-hack-trezor-t-wallet/) these are old articles so take w/ a grain of salt but... the point being is that some of these wallet companies that make it "super easy" to store your bitcoin (and in some cases, shitcoins) ... end up creating not-entirely-secure devices... are you 100% sure you can trust that the seed your ledger/trezor has created (and stored) for you is 100% private and unreproducible by anyone else - particularly the engineers/companies who designed them? I linked the "middle ground" security tutorial on CC's website, but consider that you can get so much more security from their "Paranoid" guidance: [https://coldcard.com/docs/paranoid/](https://coldcard.com/docs/paranoid/)

Mentions:#CC

Who said anything about “til death”? I’m talking like 5-10 yrs. Obviously I don’t have a crystal ball. Anything could happen. BTC *could* be worth significantly less in 5 years than rn. But based on historical trends, the vulnerabilities of the global financial system, basic laws of supply and demand, and a bunch of other reasons that I’m sure are familiar to anyone in this sub, it does t seem like that’s going to be the case to me and many many other people. If it just hit half the market cap of gold it’d be many multiples of its current price. So if you tell me, or most people, that I can spend $100 now or else do nothing at all and wait I dunno 5 years, and then have $700, they’re going to absolutely wait and then spend it. I fully realize people need to eat and live and buy gas or whatever but…they do that with fiat. Very very few people are paid in BTC. So any money they put into BTC is money they have *left over* after rent and groceries and emergency fund, etc (hopefully). That’s what gets spent. That’s what they’re glad to pay a 3% fee on to spend even easier via CC. The OP asked why more people aren’t using BTC and lightning *right now* vs paying CC fees and I’m telling you this is def a major reason why. At least it is for me and most everyone I know who has exposure. I’m gonna spend some BTC, eventually, sure, but none of the money that I’ve put into BTC do I need right this minute. I bought it as a long term investment. That was the whole point. The money I needed to live was already spent to keep me living.

Mentions:#BTC#CC#OP

I think you’re not taking into account the vast difference between a 5% annualized return and a good shot at a 14x in 5-10 yrs. Those are not remotely in the same category. Also, the svg normie already has fiat, it’s what they’re starting with. It’s what they get paid in. So you get your paycheck and you buy the things you need to buy to live (gas, groceries, paying bills, etc) and you prob pay some of that via CC because it can be automated and has buyer protections and you get rewards and hopefully you pay it all off by the end of the month and have balance. Point is, this is living money. Part of your standard cash ebb and flow. But when it comes to BTC most people perceive this as “investing” money, they’re not buying BTC to spend on goods, they took care of those needs with fiat. We can clamor for hyperbitcoinization and the global downfall of fiat all we want but tgat is NOT how your casual newb coming into this rn now is looking at it. They’ve been seeing tales of people making crazy returns every 4 years in the news cycle for more than a decade now. They buy BTC almost exclusively on the hope of “number go up”. I mean spend a week in this sub. How often are you gonna hear the legend of Bitcoin pizza or “man I bought an 8th of weed on Silk Road 9 years ago and that woulda been a car now womp womp”. Nobody wants to be Bitcoin pizza guy (aka the literal meme of bag fumbling). Credit cards still exist because in ceratain regards (with some obvious drawbacks) credit cards are dope and convenient and widespread and require no heavy lifting. Sure they’re centralized the dollar is on a long slow decline but Walmart takes dollars and if I spend enough of them on a CC I’m gonna get a free load of groceries in due time.

Mentions:#CC#BTC#NOT

Because credit is just that, credit. Pay with debt vs paying with cash/assets. Also because people don't pay with Bitcoin vs USD generally speaking. >It's 2.6% for magstrip/NFC/chip which is still pretty outrageous. Why? You're not just paying for a chip/magstrip. Credit card companies issue credit and take the risk. They charge you and merchants for every aspect of their business model, to provide the infrastructure to be a payment processor. > I suspect a lot of it is because retailers have baked the prices in, so consumers don't realize how screwed they are getting My friend has options to pay with CC, cash or BTC and he doesn't lower the price of his goods if people pay with BTC. Almost nobody pays him in BTC, but he just wanted to have the option. Point being lightning network+BTC could be widely adopted and that's not going to make retailers lower their prices. That's an idealistic view to have. Reality is businesses like higher profit margins, and have no reason to lower as long as consumers keep consuming.

Mentions:#CC#BTC

Dang I was hoping there would be a more direct route since I have a few with partial balances… I feel like I’ve seen a number of posts about people maxing out credit cards to pack their bags - does that mean they’re literally taking a cash advance on their CC to buy crypto? I believe prepaid cards transact as credit cards so I assumed there was a more direct route I was just unaware of… Thanks for your reply, appreciate it

Mentions:#CC

You are living my dream right now OP. I dream of the day I can have no mortgage, car payment, CC, student loans.. congratulations on breaking the debt shackles

Mentions:#OP#CC

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CC debt is basically free, anyway, if you don't need a credit score later on. But there are plenty of ways to take out fiat debt and stack even more BTC with it, while still paying back the fiat on time.

Mentions:#CC#BTC

There is a balance; i would do 75% debt and 25% investment. being out of debt makes it easier to DCA over long periods and most CC rates are at 29.9%. thats just theft.

Mentions:#DCA#CC

I’m in a similar boat. No cars tho. I was in at $18k/B so I’m up a lot. But I have 5k in CC pondering paying it off then hoping to Dca back in over the summer.

Mentions:#CC

sounds like you may have just had a bad CC. I havnt heard of one dying before, but I suppose its possible. syncing a new one should bring all your funds back, no worries.

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Good points. So if someone in your own household is attempting a bunch of pin numbers randomly then my BTC is under attack. With that being said I would love to not have my roommate troll me and brick my device obviously lol. I think a good way to prevent this would be to turn on the 2FA with a micro SD card (you can prepare a SD card with the coldcard that is required to be inserted while entering the pin or the CC will delete the seed) AND/OR turn on the setting that requires a set amount of time to pass (without the CC losing power) before you can attempt a login. As far as the random pin creating a random wallet, I was mistaken and I apologize about that. I just attempted a wrong pin and it definitely tells you it's wrong and shows how many attempts you have remaining. The pin always is in two parts: the pin prefix is required then it generates two anti-phishing words by hashing the pin prefix and (I believe) the serial number together. This way if someone provided you with a fake coldcard you could tell (by noticing the anti-phishing words aren't the same as normal) before you give the phishing attack your pin suffix. Turns out there is also a setting where you can have the coldcard wipe the seed and/or brick the device EARLIER than 13 failed attempts. Btw I'm just a happy customer and not sponsored lmao (sponsor me Coinkite)

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In same boat kind of but my cold card bricked from physical damage, it asks to verify seed on set up that you’ve written it correctly, but I never actually wiped the CC and tested it works, but not much reason it won’t, I get my new CC tomorrow and will recover my wallet with my seed

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“Trump doesn’t know anything about crypto!!!” —-the thousands of CC posters who are holding $15.23 of donuts and moons.

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Not anywhere near enough information to speculate on what went wrong...but without power, just sitting in a protected environment electronics don't typically "fail". My first concern would be someone else trying to access my HWW since that is the easiest way to "brick" a CC.

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More just paranoid that I never wiped the CC and checked the seed will work, not that there’s any reason it shouldn’t, when I rolled my own entropy it makes you verify the seed in a jumbled order to make sure you’ve written it down and I later rechecked it in the CC, but they do say being paranoid is healthy in this space

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I have a CDC card and since they pulled back on their benefits I've stopped using it completely. You're better off using a regular CC and getting the points/benefits from that and then purchasing CRO if you want it. There's many credit cards that offer more than 2-3% back, without locking up a fair amount of money with CRO.

Mentions:#CC#CRO

So you're just dumb like most of r/CC. You had 7 years to get a fat link stack

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I’m still waiting for a cat coin to join the upper ranks. We have dogs, frogs, turtles, and a list of other animals. I mean, cats are one of the most popular pets all over and like one of the most weird/memable animals there is. CC, shill me your favorite cat coin!

Mentions:#cats#CC

If you want performance equivalent to the current web stack then high spec DePIN is how to do it. If you want absolutely everybody to be able to become a node then you'll have to wait a few months and we'll all see what Maidsafe/Autonomi is finally like (after...18 years of development) but I'd expect it be be sluggish from a network made up of consumer hardware. Comparing Dfinity's team to a random rugpull ICO that used Ryan Gosling's face for a team member is one of the most stereotypically idiotic CC takes I've seen, astoundingly thick, congrats. You genuinely think you're a better judge of blockchain/cryptography development than Vitalik, sweet Jesus.

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>What does problem does ICP solve? Multi-chain interoperability without a need for custodial bridges, scales any chain they incorporate into it, much cheaper egress than AWS for web hosting, no need for firewalls for your site as it's hosted within a smart contract, no risk of ransomware/data breaches due to needing to coordinate every separate step of an attack simultaneously across disparate nodes in under a second without falling foul of consensus, no data tracking across websites, easily the best UX in the space, reverse gas model so the owner of the dapp's contract/canister pays the fee which is sub-cent. Having said all that, this is r/CC so I'm expecting all of those positives to be considered unnecessary negatives somehow, this place is beyond regarded.

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Did you make this post because you were inspired by my post about CC balance transferring 25k to buy bitcoin in sept at 25k?

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OP there is great advice in this thread already, but I couldn't see anything about tax.. ie... My advice is just hold your BTC.... Selling will just create a massive tax headache (and bill) You seem to have good cash flow, and you're thinking about the BTC investment game correctly, but just skip the selling BTC part to pay off your CC, and just buy fewer satoshis each month (ie pay your CC off first)... You even said it in your post... Summary,: You do you, let Jack Mallard (legend) do his thing ☺️🤘

Mentions:#OP#BTC#CC

I played this out over the course of the last three years. I would transfer monthly CC balance to introductory 0% APR balance transfers and used my cash to buy BTC. I was able to secure roughly 10k worth of BTC at @ 50k… And I truly do not recommend anyone do this. The stress of holding onto debt during downturns was not worth it. Also, having to continue to roll balances into new cards was not hard, but did not feel productive. Just hodl with what you can offered to buy every month, you’ll come out on top. Too easy.

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Too complicated. Too much risk of BTC dipping right as your Credit Card is due. Also you didn’t get two months free with Credit Cards. It’s usually max 58 days free at the start of the billing month. But that drops to 30 days at the end. So you’re basically saving one pay check worth before you have to sell your BTC to pay the credit card off for that month. A better play, dump all your pay into a HISA the day you get it. Use your CC to pay for living expenses. Then take your pay out to pay off the full amount each month.

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This honestly makes no sense, you’re overcomplicating it… The same approach mathematically (and simpler) would be to pay your bills with the paycheck, as normal, and make a $3K AUD purchase every month directly on the card. In any event you’re leveraging the CC to invest in a highly volatile asset. You need a plan when/if it dips. Will you double down and buy more with another card? Will you get liquidated and lose it all? The difference between us retail plebs and Jack Mallar is credit worthiness and other assets to leverage. Can you ask the bank for another $20k when you’re under water and margin called? Can you leverage other assets to come up with a quick $5k on the spot? You say you know the risk if BTC goes down, but what actually would you do? Just watch it all vaporize? Attempt to close out? Panic sell? Double down? Give yourself clear lines and a work flow and you’ll be in a better spot.

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To make your example more like the OP using credit cards as leverage, it would be more like if each roll cost $100k you need to put on a CC and you win $40k times the number on the dice. But you only get to roll once. He was luck he rolled higher than a 2 because he very easily could’ve been screwed if he had rolled a 1 or 2. If he didn’t have leverage especially not credit cards then he gets to roll as much as he likes and it is closer to your example. The leveraged bet is what made him lucky.

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Using a credit card to amortise lump-sum purchases across the duration of the zero-percent introductory rate is a mechanism for securing long-tern price-stability against unchecked inflationary pressures, and the embodiment of sound financial planning. Thus, as a rule-of-thumb, CC-debt for essential and useful purchases makes perfect economic sense; the fact of many people's utter fiscal incompetency not-withstanding. If I leverage my creditworthiness to obtain a 24-month 0% arrangement and with that loan proceed to stockpile two years' worth of an evergreen, inelastic consumable, such as toilet-paper: that's precisely the opposite of a "terrible plan". If I use it to buy Bitcoin; that's timing a volatile market, and indeed, probably a bad idea.

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Yeah putting your living expenses on credit cards to buy bitcoin is stupid. Even though it could be predicted that BTC would rise, you’re lucky it actually happened and that you weren’t left with a huge CC bill. It was a huge gamble indeed. You shouldn’t act like it was a smart choice to do this.

Mentions:#BTC#CC

CC debt for literally anything is usually a terrible plan

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Actually my CC is cheap and rewards me heavily , I put everything on mine

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There’s never been a harder inverse r/CC than ALGO

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I don't come here often. I was just curious how CC was discussing the ETF's and was reading the automod pros and cons on Ethereum and noticed there is a good chunk of it they can get rid of.

Mentions:#CC#ETF

Yes, though not through my CC at least. I sent through Binance. Nonetheless, I think I'll go talk to my bank about this just in case. I am concerned of future scams.

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USD has lost 25% of its buying power in the last 4 years. That's only "fine" because people are literally forced to be ok with it. If people had a choice, they'd say they would rather not have their money losing value constantly. Bitcoin will be used more as a savings technology in modernized countries until monetization of Bitcoin becomes more stable. Meaning; obviously no one is going to spend the better money, they will save it until it stops appreciating at such a rapid rate. Monetization can take 100 years in some cases. Sellers will like BTC because CC companies charge 3% and lightning is comparatively free. Society will want to use Bitcoin because in a Bitcoin standard, no one can debase your savings. If governments can't add counterfeit money into economies, then prices fall in terms of bitcoin over time as more production is added into the economy.

Mentions:#BTC#CC

I do get 1 USD verifications on my CC all the time, then the money are returned. Obviously, this isn't the same case at all, and yeah, no one would ever do that in real life. But I thought it was similar to those... haha. Yeah, I get it now. That makes a lot of sense. I don't know how it didn't cross my mind before. Don't worry, I know. I do deserve being roasted either way and I do appreciate everyone who came to either give me insightful advice or just call me plain stupid. I deserve both. I can only hope it's just this $100 and nothing else bad comes in the future from this.

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[You can find deets here](https://medium.com/dfinity/icp-ethereum-how-icps-evm-rpc-canister-connects-the-networks-b57909efecf6) - I wasn't expecting anybody here to care to about the "how" cos r/CC's not really a hotbed of dev or even tech news activity. It's the antithesis of it really.

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0xdb74b75BacaC1CC328A542343Eb89b291b2E25E5. Please send bitcoins in this address. If you are brave enough to

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I know right! This guy thinks all the news he reads on CC from Coindesk, Cointelegraph are “real” and doesn’t have an agenda.

Mentions:#CC

Sorry if there is confusion Reddit admins are not involved in moons. They are maintained and developed by r/CC mods. When someone gets a special membership they burn moons. No one is making money in special memberships. Users are just burning moons.

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**Some Eagle Eyed Users will have noticed that GIFS have been on CC for awhile. Previously users with Special Membership status on CC Moons had a manual override to show special membership status on CC to help test on CC.** **Special Memberships are not automated, so are now truly live on CC!** --------- A Huge Thanks to the following mods who shouldered the work to get Special Memberships up and running again! u/CryptoMaximalist for creating the automod logic and coding that support special memberships functionality through Reddit AutoMod. u/rickribera93 for Creating/Managing/Maintaining the NFT Interactions and Membership Status logic for CC.

Mentions:#CC#NFT
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“You've taken your first step into a larger world.” - Obi Wan Kenakamoto. Hopefully it holds up, I have a CC coming.

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I’d like to post this on the bitcoin General feed but can’t seem to figure it out. I established my wallet on Coin Corner part of the CC business has gone out of business and I cannot access their sites and their helpline don’t answer, but I do know the address of my BTC wallet And a better company, River financial has sent some money to my BTC wallet. How do I access my BTC wallet when Coin Corner won’t let me onto their site? Any ideas I’ve read that I should have a right to access my BTC wallet if indeed I have my own personal codes associated with CRYPTO transfers associated with me, but it seems hard to follow anything, even if I have my addresses in my passwords.

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Mentions:#CC

Pretty sure the Margin also changes with market conditions and probably their cash levels . It’s like American Express when they get over leveraged they start doing random credit checks on business CC’s with no limits and then put a capped very high limit . Even eBay did this years ago I remember they started auditing selling limits for sellers then went from unlimited to set amounts . I would be shocked if RH had set ratios that didn’t constantly change

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I was just in the same situation as you. I had the Jade and didn't really know much else about cold storage. I just got the cold card mk4 and the metal seedplate and it has blown my mind on how much more secure things can get. I ended up buying 12 dice for 6 bucks to manually and use real world randomness to create my 24 word. The CC has no internal battery so a random person can't just find it and start adding random pins. It has the ability to create trick pins (fake wallet), lock pins, wipe pins and brick pins. BIP39 allows you to add a secret extra word/phrase so even if your seedphrase is exposed you have a hidden security layer. From there BIP85 allows you to generate another set of seed phrases from your original seed phrase so you can safely back up multiple wallets with one master seed phrase. It's literally inception for wallets. You can even use the CC to split a 24 seed phrase into 2, 3 or 4 seedplates so you can safely split your seeds and hide them in multiple locations. Just have to be careful not to dive too deep in the rabbit hole as the deeper you go the high probability of screwing something up but I am at a spot where I feel 100% safe of my funds.

Mentions:#CC#BIP
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lol. She was my cuddle partner that turned into dating without me realizing it. I do not date financially irresponsible women, and broke up with her when she told me she couldnt work, had only two more months of savings to love off of and that she spent $7K on her CC when she was depressed during Xmas. I noped right out of there.

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Mass adoption incoming! Imagine you e