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JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon: "I defend your right do to Bitcoin" 🤡

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Algorand Foundation CEO’s X Account Compromised As Spree of Crypto Social Media Hacks Continue

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Algorand CEO Staci Warden hacked on Twitter, hacker adds mog glasses to pfp and starts slurposting

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Algorand CEO's X account hacked, posts sarcastically about Justin Sun

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Interview with CEO of Marathon Digital (miner)

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Algorand CEO’s Hacked Account Compromised

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Algorand CEO Staci Warden's X account hacked - mocks ALGO investors for being poor while urging them to buy ETH instead

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The $FAST token operates on a simple revolutionary principle: BASE price CAN ONLY go UP | Dive into this extraordinary Tokenomics | Doxxed | Next Moonshot 100x Gem |

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Fix the title to be this : "The $FAST token operates on a simple revolutionary principle: BASE price CAN ONLY go UP | Dive into this extraordinary Tokenomics | Doxxed | Next Moonshot 100x Gem |"

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The $FAST token operates on a simple revolutionary principle to ONLY go UP | Dive into the extraordinary | Next Moonshot 100x Gem |

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Bitcoin Filters Work By Default, and That's a Good Thing | To Filter Spam From Your Bitcoin Core Node, set “permitbaremultisig=0” & “datacarrier=0” in your Bitcoin.conf File | Use "blocksonly=1" to turn off your mempool entirely

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Discover the Revolutionary Potential of NFTs with Kabuni's Stake A Future Program | Stake to get free NFT + Rewards

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Jailed Safemoon CEO’s legal troubles grow as expensive lawyers back out.

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Seed saving techniques: I think people should stop exaggerating the online risk

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Economics of Bitcoin panel, 10 years ago - Erik Voorhees; Tuur Demeester; CEO of eToro

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As innovation accelerates, the internet's infrastructure struggles to keep pace. Medallion XLN's CEO Dwayne presents a bold vision: rebuild the internet to decentralize power from Big Tech and optimize for user control. He makes a thoughtful case for rethinking privacy, ownership and free expression

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A rallying cry to reshape the internet and reclaim digital independence. @MedallionXLN's CEO makes the case for a new decentralized web built for users. Read his vision to optimize connectivity, ownership and free expression with #blockchain, #AI and maximum effort.

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Kraken’s CEO response to request to freeze civilians crypto account

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How to contact bitcoin CEO?

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Franklin Templeton President and CEO Jenny Johnson: One of the things that made me a believer is that someone told me ‘I keep 50% of my savings in Bitcoin because if I say the wrong thing in my country, I could have my assets confiscated.

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LOL! Someone’s mad 🤣 this is one way to embarrass yourself /s -- “Satoshi Nakamoto Will ‘Erase’ Bitcoin—JPMorgan CEO Issues Wild Crypto Warning After Huge Price Pump”

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Satoshi Nakamoto Will ‘Erase’ Bitcoin—JPMorgan CEO Issues Wild Crypto Warning After Huge Price Pump

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USI TECH or TECH COIN - if you know anyone that lost money to these scams, the FBI now has a restitution team set up at the DOJ page.

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Coinbase CEO Praises Jamie Dimon: "I Have A Lot Of Respect For Him"

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Franklin Templeton manages $1.5 Trillion AUM. The CEO, Jenny Johnson says, "One of the things that made me a believer [in bitcoin], as I went around the world talking to people... bitcoin is considered almost an insurance or a safety." GLTA!!!

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Grayscale CEO: Most Of The Bitcoin ETFs Won't Survive

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IcomTech’s Ex-CEO Sentenced to Five Years in Prison for Wire Fraud

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What I’ve learned in my one year in Bitcoin

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Serious question....

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Cathie Wood Challenges JPMorgan CEO's Bitcoin Critique

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Jamie Dimon Labels Bitcoin a 'Pet Rock', Thoughts?

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Jamie Dimon Labels Bitcoin a 'Pet Rock', Thoughts?

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The JPMorgan CEO calls Bitcoin a 'pet rock' and warns against its risky uses.

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Jamie Dimon may be replaced as the CEO of JPM Chase if he continues with his position against Bitcoin

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Chiliz CEO's Pledge for Aggressive Mergers Steers Sports Fan Token CHZ to 49% Weekly Gains

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Chiliz CEO's Pledge for Aggressive Mergers Steers Sports Fan Token CHZ to 49% Weekly Gains

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Ripple CEO Garlinghouse Reveals Plans for IPO But Outside U.S

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Revolutionizing the Future: Unveiling the Innovative Crypto Project - BabyGrok CEO

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Trial for former Terraform Labs CEO Do Kwon pushed back to March

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Wall Street CEO on Tether Controversy: 'They Have the Money'

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Have you checked out Binance Thailand yet?

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[AMA] Hi Reddit, we are Atlas Space. Join Burcin Gurbuz, Founder & CEO, for Insights on Citizenship NFTs, Building Virtual Worlds & Web3. Jan16, 11PM-UTC

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Why Ether, Not Bitcoin, Dominates the Crypto Market in Early 2024

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BlackRock Buys 11,500 Bitcoin In Just 2 Days!

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Why the Vanguard CEO is wrong about bitcoin

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BlackRock CEO - Larry Fink - The Bitcoin ETF was step one

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BlackRock CEO Larry Fink lays out his case for Bitcoin

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MemeMint: is now open for trading on Tier1 exchange

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The case for Litecoin as one of the next approved Crypto ETFs in the US

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I’m lucky to have stumbled into crypto for most of my life. I began mining Bitcoin in 7th grade (2011) and very lucky to work at a top 2 CEX after graduating. An ETF cycle later, I finally have a strong grasp of trading/gambling.

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I’m lucky to have stumbled into crypto for most of my life. I began mining Bitcoin in 7th grade (2011) and very lucky to work at a top 2 CEX after graduating. An ETF cycle later, I finally have a strong grasp of trading/gambling.

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I’m lucky to have stumbled into crypto for most of my life. I began mining Bitcoin in 7th grade (2011) and very lucky to work at a top 2 CEX after graduating. An ETF cycle later, I finally have a strong grasp of trading/gambling.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

I’m lucky to have stumbled into crypto for most of my life. I began mining Bitcoin in 7th grade (2011) and very lucky to work at a top 2 CEX after graduating. An ETF cycle later, I finally have a strong grasp of trading/gambling.

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Ding Dang : Exclusive 5-Hour Presale on Pinksale | Stake and Earn up to 1200% APY | Anticipating 500% Price Surge on Listing

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Market Will Decide Amount of Bitcoin ETFs: Strike CEO

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BlackRock CEO Larry Fink says Bitcoin is "no different" than gold and an asset that protects you.

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BlackRock CEO Larry Fink Shows Interest in Spot Ethereum ETFs

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Why BlackRock CEO Expressed Interest in Spot Ethereum ETFs

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Coinbase CEO in a Deepfake Video Encourages People to Buy 1 BTC to Get One Free

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Scallop SCLP Q1 2024

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Grayscale CEO Sonnenshein 'Thrilled' by ETF Approval

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SEC approves rule changes that pave the way for bitcoin ETFs

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Bitcoin ETF has been approved | first $BTCETF meme coin | great community

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JPMorgan CEO Claims Bitcoin 'Doesn't Have Value' As Anticipation Grows For Bitcoin ETF

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Bitget Global CEO on the run

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Podcast: Wasabi Wallet's new "Buy Anything" button (with Max Hillebrand & Lando Rothbardian)

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Cardano FUD is getting lazy

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Reddit Co-Founder Alexis Ohanian and Lolli CEO Alex Adelman talk crypto rewards app

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Bitcoin Market Capture in New Zealand - Are Easycrypto Bankers Cartel Operatives? The evidence is circumstantial and not conclusive, but is substantial.

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Better Markets CEO Believes Bitcoin ETF To Be A ‘Historic Mistake’

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Clearly the Better Markets CEO doesn’t understand Bitcoin

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Why I would never invest in Algorand, but happy for the people who made their gains.

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Testing remote CEO position.

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Stack Sats in your browser with Slice. Wolf NYC Bitcoin Accelerator. Lightning Withdrawals. Get paid for every ad you see. Interview with CEO Darina Oumanski

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$SERSH utility token analyiss

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Notorious epstein list

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USI-Tech and TechCoin ponzi scheme leader has been arrested after six years on the run (in Florida)

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Crypto hedge fund CEO may not exist; probe finds no record of identity

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BlackRock Names Jane Street, JPMorgan as Bitcoin-ETF Brokers

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The narrative waves: 1."Close it down". 2."Already priced in". 3."Sell-the-news event" 4."Rug pull of a decade"

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Jack Mallers (CEO of Strike): I no longer own any US dollars. Not even a penny.

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can someone ask the CEO of bitcoin what happened?

Messari CEO: "DePIN will explode in 2024". Among all DePINs, which DePIN project do you think has the highest growth potential and why?

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Messari CEO: "DePIN will explode in 2024". Which DePIN project has the highest potential and why?

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Nest Wallet CEO Falls Victim to Phishing Scam

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Upvote to get this to the top search result for "Bitcoin CEO."

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Bitcoin’s limited supply is a key feature of its technology, says Chamber of Digital Commerce CEO

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Let me tell why this is the biggest bull run in the history of mankind of all known and unknown universes

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BlackRock Names JP Morgan As AP Despite CEO's Bitcoin Criticisms

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Judge Denies Second Travel Request: Binance CEO CZ Faces Restrictions

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Ex FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried Unlikely to Face Second Trial, U.S. Prosecutors Say

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RW00142

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The news in the crypto market right now are as mixed and contradicting as the mood in the cryptocurrency subreddit.

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A solid alternative to Moons.

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XPET - Pet / SocialFi 2.0 game built on Arbitrum

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Stop giving your money to people who want to ban Bitcoin

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TRIAS - 11 Bullish Factors - Inclusive summary in plain language. [3 minutes read introduction for new investors]

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Coinbase CEO: Cryptocurrencies are the future of money

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Bitcoin lays off employees and rumour CEO may fire more

Mentions

Staking means "lending your money to someone else, and TRUSTING them not to lose that money". They will do shady things and lose your money. In crypto, you cannot stake BTC, and you cannot stake USDC. You can stake Ethereum, but this requires additional knowledge, having a node (your own server) and it's complicated. It's not worth the risk. DON'T DO IT. It's 2022. You staked your money on FTX, it collapsed, you lost 100%. Celsius also collapsed and lost 100%. Tomorrow, it could be Kraken. Even funnier than that, Kraken's own CEO said "don't leave your tokens on any exchange including my own". Keep your crypto with your cold wallet, don't let anyone touch it. Have a look at DEFI however. AAVE has 7-10% return on USDC and your tokens don't leave your wallet, so that's a good thing. Have a look at Aave and other defi protocols.

Every exchange does this in the bull run year, then they fire everyone again when the bear years start. If you want to believe what every CEO is promising you then stick to tradfi.

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I see it as the last man standing tbh they're three steps ahead of the competition when it comes to regulation compliance, security, and building a brand of trust. Plus their marketing is S tier meanwhile, Binance's CEO is going to prison, and kraken and coinbase trading volume is stagnating whereas CDC's just keeps climbing With enough time, CRO will 100% be a top 10 coin. And it's definitely going to hit at least $1 by the end of this bull run. Could even get closer to $2 if things really perk up.

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The CEO just said like a week or two ago that they're in the process of hiring a lot more support agents.

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That's exactly why bitcoin CEO is raising prices. I heard they are preparing meme department as a part of marketing strategy

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I am confused, it’s supposed to be decentralized and stuff. What is the point of having a CEO then? How does he set price etc?

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Because it provides interoperability not only between blockchains, but also legacy systems (aka banks). Some people don't like the centralized nature of it, but Quant has worked on the Latin American dollar and is developing Brittain's digital pound. Driven by institutional use, not retail. Look at how Quant is purchased in big quantities by wallets who only buy, but don't sell. These are institutions getting ready. Tokenomics are outstanding with less supply than BTC and over 80% in circulation. Lastly, excellent team. Check out CEO Gilbert Veridian.

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I’m personally losing my patience with the Bitcoin CEO.

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Yep. Meanwhile the CEO has 3 or 4 figures bitcoin

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Bitcoin CEO had to raise prices, his hand was forced. But really it's the spread/commission/fees, the company makes money in that way.

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"Ethereum has a CEO" you've been listening too much to the Hosk.

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Ethereum has a CEO and started off as a shitcoin. Many innovations were made by their foundation, but the origin is problematic. I'm not saying they have no future, but ETH is replaceable. Hell, even Justin Sun made a passable clone of it.

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No. I called up the CEO of Bitcoin and he said we aren't doing this.

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Same people think the Bitcoin CEO needs to just make Bitcoin Proof of Stake.

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Hey! Look at me! I am the CEO of the Bitcoin.

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I tried calling the CEO to voice my concerns, but his secretary keeps telling me "please hold"

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He's the CEO of all bitcoin? Can anyone tell me how to reach him? I have questions.

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The money is created out of thin air, and Bitcoin is simply a measure of the amount of that debasement. Not all of the money that represents its market cap flows into BTC, because price is determined at the margin of supply, exactly the same as stocks. They behave exactly the same based on the same principles, except BTC supply is not affected by demand or the whims of a board and CEO.

Mentions:#BTC#CEO

Yes! I’m the founder & CEO of Strike. If you need any help, don’t hesitate to reach out to us!

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It’s basically a crypto project that shouldn’t be touched because of their sketchy CEO and their shitty protocol. I wouldn’t invest a penny but the people seem to have forgotten all the red flags 🚩…

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Yes definitely better to buy a stock that the CEO can issue more of whenever he wants essentially diluting your purchases and use it to buy more BTC for himself. That is definitely smarter than buying the real thing which can never be diluted by anyone. Microstrategy is pretty awesome overall but real BTC in my wallet is a lot better.

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2. Ultimately Bitcoin is money, not a stock. It doesn’t matter what Berkshire does whether they stock split, buy back, make $2bn next quarter or $12bn; a company is controlled by a team of management that make decisions. You have very little say in what they do. The CEO could change 5 times in the next 10 years. The CTO could be outed as a sex offender. The company could make one critically flawed decision tomorrow that puts them out of business within 2 years. You as an investor of Berkshire have practically zero say how it’s run and over its monetary policy. Buffett could live for another 20 years thus largely operate the company the same way. Or he could die tomorrow and be replaced by a 22 year old with a radical new vision who takes the company in a completely different way. Look at the history of the SP500: companies tend to rise into the top of the list then slowly fade away. Bitcoin is designed to last indefinitely. Its monetary policy is entirely predictable and transparent. At any time you can determine by mathematical truth how many Bitcoin have been mined. You already know that after the upcoming halving, fewer Bitcoin will be mined from April 2024 to April 2025 than MicroStrategy’s entire holding. You know that in approximately April 2028, the block subsidy will be halved again. And ultimately there will only ever be 21,000,000 mined and in circulation.

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Why should I? How long do you think this adoption curve is? 1-5 years? No it's 20 years+. It's so far ahead it's irrelevant making your whole argument pointless. Bitcoin is the fastest horse, saying that one day it might not be is not the eureka moment you think it is. Sure buddy we all think one day something else could come along and beat bitcoin but we're all investing today not in 50 years time. 99% of businesses die. Majority of people only invest in sp500 because they actually want to save but they know if they save they lose money (pre-bitcoin). Owning bitcoin means no worries about what some CEO is going to do or any one nation changing it's tax rules might affect me. Bitcoin hasn't begun truly sucking the life out of everything else yet. Sp500 included. So no suprise we're not selling an asset on its way to maturity because "one day" it "might" be slower to grow than the stock market. It will only be slower than the stock market once it's done sucking the life out of any stock that doesn't hold bitcoin on its balance sheets. Then and only then will I diversify, and I'm ok with "losing" to the SNP500 for a year or two while I figure it out because I will have spent the last 20 years beating it. I've already spent 7 years beating it by 100%.

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Tether owns almost $100 Billion in US Treasuries and Cantor Fitzgerald manages them. Cantor Fitzgerald’s CEO personally vouched that Tether’s accounting was legit. There will be no enforcement actions. And USDT is minted, not printed.

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Because DAOs are bullshit. The real reason why DAOs are made is to make their tokens not fall under a security. They will say it’s a utility token because it is used in governance, therefore it’s not a security It’s a fucking sham. Governance voting is a sham because the team owns all the voting power. Additionally, there is no forced mechanism to force them to actually implement the vote (such as they can do a half ass implementation) Finally, owning a token does not mean you have a share and ownership of the protocol which is a sham. These “DAOs” have control of all the tokens and additionally their own shares. I laugh my ass off when I see these “DAO’s” having CEO’s 

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CEO of Bitcoin verified this telegram agent

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CEO gets paid 193m annually btw, the economy is fine

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The CEO at my company must be in the 3 or 4 figures for whole coinage

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“Sell near the top” Yes and Bitcoin CEO is gonna phone you and tell you when that’s gonna happen.

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The bitcoin CEO used Telegram all the time so it is not a scam just because the verified agent uses Telegram…. Just saying

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Only Bitcoin CEO could make that decision.

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There is no Bitcoin CEO. Having is based on a mining algorithm that is triggered automatically. There is no one who can delay the having event.

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Kellogg's CEO can fuck him self with a prickly cactus.

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>non-standard Bitcoin transactions are often excluded from submission to Bitcoin nodes’ mempools despite their adherence to consensus parameters. These transactions, such as those associated with Ordinals and inscriptions, were already possible, but Slipstream aims to facilitate this process with a user-friendly and formalized process for direct submission. >Marathon CEO Fred Thiel: “While direct transaction submission services exist, most are rudimentary. Slipstream provides sophisticated users with a simple, transparent, and trusted means of adding complex Bitcoin transactions to the blockchain

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Surely the bitcoin CEO would have sued them if they didnt change it

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I am bitcoin CEO - please have him call me . We are running a special offer for folks with 50 btc hahahahaha.

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> stringent on financial irregularities Enron was required to comply with the laws of that time, but did not. The law is great. It sentenced the CEO to prison. The law did not reverse the complete loss of all shareholders' funds Enron was audited by one of (the largest of) the **BIG 6** Nobody audits the RH Bitcoin wallets

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True. I can imagine companies trying to ride the coattails for sure. But I'm sure something about it will always be missing. The transparency that comes with crypto can be a detriment in a lot of cases but when assessing the prospects of something it's a huge benefit. You don't often see companies advertising how much of a cut their CEO and board of directors take compared to their developers, it's not often you get the foresight of knowing when stocks will split or dilute. And because crypto is so flexible and the community has this very specific ideology people will jump ship the moment their principles are misaligned. The tech disruption at its core is probably why it's caught on so much. I also really wouldn't underestimate the power of having no head to the snake. It's a common trend in crypto for what is essentially the CEO of a project to just relinquish their control. If they've truly done a good job they won't always need to be at the top for it to succeed. Satoshi , buterin , whoever started LTC and many others. This is something tradfi will struggle to emulate, they're always going to want the hierarchy and while there's certainly a huge issue with whales already in crypto it dwindles in comparison to tradfi. Sure any tradfi whale could literally buy an entire project supply overnight but it'd turn to dust by morning. People would take one look at a 51% majority and the other 49% would dump. Again it's about balance, and I'm sure as with all things they'll eventually merge and naturally select a more optimal dynamic

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Tick... Tock... Tick... Tock. What an absolutely beautiful machine. Something like 99.8% uptime, and no down time in the last decade. It's a digital currency, built on a decentralized network of machines, that was conceived through immaculate conception, in the depths of the internet. No CEO, no headquarters, no board of directors, nobody holding the reigns. But it works - perfectly. It allows you to send value, over the internet, from one person to another, with no intermediary and no trusted third parties. It can't be debased, and there is, verifiably, a very limited supply. It runs on what would have been wasted/stranded energy, and also by converting harmful gases like methane into usable energy to power itself. It is the largest and most secure computer network ever created. The currency of that network has gone from less than worthless to $51k in 15 years, only by it's merit and the trust it has built with those who choose to learn about, and use it. It can't be stopped, and it can't be killed.

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I mean he's the CEO of a cereal company he had no hand in making, some dipshits gave him money for a job, do you expect him to bankrupt them as if they created the poor?

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tldr; Steve Cahillane, CEO of Kellogg’s, suggested in a CNBC interview that poor people could save money by eating cereal for dinner. This comment has sparked discussions and criticisms, highlighting the disconnect between corporate executives and the financial realities faced by many people. The broader context of the article also touches on economic challenges and disparities, but the core issue revolves around Cahillane's controversial advice to the economically disadvantaged. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

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The rise of overal TVL of DeFi would increase massively as RWA would be made available on it! On the last AMA, Zain, the CEO of Dafi even suggested that his exchange and other plataforms would be more and more integrated between on DeFi the the real world traditional finance. The work being developed by Chainlink and many tier 1 US banks is also another great statement of this too.

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Tick... Tock... Tick... Tock. What an absolutely beautiful machine. Something like 99.8% uptime, and no down time in the last decade. It's a digital currency, built on a decentralized network of machines, that was conceived through immaculate conception, in the depths of the internet. No CEO, no headquarters, no board of directors, nobody holding the reigns. But it works - perfectly. It allows you to send value, over the internet, from one person to another, with no intermediary and no trusted third parties. It can't be debased, and there is, verifiably, a very limited supply. It runs on what would have been wasted/stranded energy, and also by converting harmful gases like methane into usable energy to power itself. It is the largest and most secure computer network ever created. The currency of that network has gone from less than worthless to $51k in 15 years, only by it's merit and the trust it has built with those who choose to learn about, and use it. It can't be stopped, and it can't be killed. Ya but my dudes, it's a scam and going to zero /s

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It’s done by consensus though… not on the whim of a CEO or founder.

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Put your money in worldcoin. It's hated. It has an evil vibe. It's the coin of OpenAI CEO Sam Altman, one of the guys reponsible for Nvidia almost doubling their revenue in just one year. So obviously it's going to get in to the top 10 in this current bull market. A cult around it has not been formed yet, but will soon.

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Coffee literally "exposed" $150 in profit. The XCAD CEO has come out and said KSI was still buying XCAD the same day. People looked at his wallet and saw Coffee manipulated it to not show he was also buying. And people pieced together on X that the pump happened before his tweet even went up and dropped when he tweeted. Coffee just wants something relevant again

Mentions:#XCAD#CEO

And Brian Armstrong. It's strange seeing a CEO so active on social media (Farcaster) and for once not make a complete fool of himself.

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So it all must be fraud and smoke and mirrors because they don't have an audit? Tether handles $17B in redemptions in 2022; BDO continues the quarterly attestations; a primary dealer bank CEO says they have the money. But there's no chance in your mind that it's legit until an audit is published? If they publish an audit, does your head explode?

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BDO says Tether's consolidated reserves report is fairly presented. The CEO of Cantor Fitzgerald says "Tether has the money". https://www.coindesk.com/business/2024/01/16/big-wall-street-ceo-addresses-controversy-around-tethers-stablecoin-assets-they-have-the-money/ But, iStayedAtaHolidayInn says it's "a fucking joke." 🤷

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#TRON Con-Arguments Below is a TRON con-argument written by CreepToeCurrentSea. > TRON is a decentralized, open-source blockchain-based operating system with smart contract functionality, a proof-of-stake consensus algorithm, and its own cryptocurrency, Tronix (TRX). Justin Sun founded it in March 2014, and it has been overseen and supervised by the TRON Foundation, a non-profit organization in Singapore founded the same year. It began as an Ethereum-based ERC-20 token before migrating to its own blockchain in 2018. > > # CONS > > **Whitepaper Plagiarism** > > In January 2018, Tron's developers were accused of plagiarism after many sections of the Tron whitepaper appeared nearly identical to IPFS and Filecoin technical documentation. IPFS is an acronym for InterPlanetary File System. Juan Benet, CEO of Protocol Labs, which develops IFPS tools and services, revealed on Twitter in early January 2018 that Tron's whitepaper authors did not properly cite references and that the document was "mostly copied" from other projects. Even the equations and formulas mentioned in the first version of Tron's whitepaper were identical to those found in IPFS documentation. Sun claimed to have a "very detailed" reference to the most recent Chinese version of the Tron whitepaper. He also claimed that the Tron paper was translated into other languages by volunteers who may have overlooked important details. Just as Vitalik had also sarcastically said in twitter regarding the teams copy-pasting abilities, this just goes to show how un-genuine their team appears even making the most basic of mistakes. > > **Question of Vulnerability** > > A barrage of requests sent by a single PC could be used to squeeze the power of the blockchain's CPU, overload the memory, and perform a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack, according to HackerOne. "Using a single machine, an attacker could send DDOS attack to all or 51 percent of the Super Representative (SR) node and render Tron network unusable or unavailable," the claim goes. While TRON is somewhat better in marketing compared to other cryptocurrencies, it falls short on one of the most important pillars for an effective one, that of which is security. To hinder a blockchain with just one computer is the polar opposite of what you want a cryptocurrency to be. > > **Un-Stablecoin** > > TRON's native stablecoin "USDD" de-pegged to the US dollar earlier this year, falling to as low as 91 cents. Its design is uncannily similar to Terra's stablecoin, UST, which lost its price peg and imploded a month ago, wiping out $40 billion in market value. If it continues to follow UST's path considering how similar they are in function and structure, one could assume they also have a ticking algorithmic time bomb in the making. > > **Final Thoughts** > > It seems that TRON has a knack for idolizing (to the point of almost copying their work) other projects both in and out of the crypto-sphere. What I do hope is that they also know what not absorb. Else, they have nothing but a mushed up bowl of their favorite things and just decided it would stick together with glue and duct tape. > > Sources: > > [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tron\_(cryptocurrency)](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tron_(cryptocurrency)) > > [https://cryptoslate.com/justin-suns-controversies-plagiarism-teslas-warren-buffett-kidney-stones-and-a-deleted-apology/](https://cryptoslate.com/justin-suns-controversies-plagiarism-teslas-warren-buffett-kidney-stones-and-a-deleted-apology/) > > [https://www.inverse.com/article/40050-tron-trx-cryptocurrency-plagiarism-scandal](https://www.inverse.com/article/40050-tron-trx-cryptocurrency-plagiarism-scandal) > > [https://www.zdnet.com/article/tron-critical-security-flaw-could-break-the-entire-blockchain/](https://www.zdnet.com/article/tron-critical-security-flaw-could-break-the-entire-blockchain/) > > [https://fortune.com/2022/06/13/algorithmic-stablecoin-usdd-loses-peg-justin-sun-tron-decentralized-usd/](https://fortune.com/2022/06/13/algorithmic-stablecoin-usdd-loses-peg-justin-sun-tron-decentralized-usd/) ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_tron) to find submissions for other topics.

#Tether Con-Arguments Below is a Tether con-argument written by Blendzi0r. > *First published on:* [*30.09.2021*](https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/og1sms/rcryptocurrency_cointest_top_10_category_tether/hewuzi9/) > > *Last edited on: no edits* > > # Intro > > Tether (USDT) is a digital dollar – a stablecoin pegged to US dollar. Stablecoins are a type of cryptocurrency with a value fixed to other assets (usually assets outside of the cryptocurrency space, e.g. fiat currencies, precious metals, etc.). Their main purposes are: 1) help investors escape the volatility of the cryptocurrency market and 2) allow investors to buy cryptocurrencies on exchanges that do not offer fiat deposits. USDT is currently the most popular stablecoin. \[1\], \[2\], \[3\] > > # Cons > > **It’s centralized** > > Tether is centralized. Tether Limited (controlled by the owners of Bitfinex) is responsible for issuing USDT \[1\]. Tether Limited is free to issue and freeze all USDT. When PolyNetwork was famously hacked in August 2021, all of the USDT that hacker stole was frozen and then returned to the victim. There were other such examples in the past (e.g. when KuCoin was hacked in 2020). > > As much as the above examples are positive, nothing stops Tether from being less ethical in the future. Especially taken into consideration their shady history. Not to mention that centralization is against one of the core principles of cryptocurrencies. > > **The company lied on several occasions** > > Tether always claimed that they and Bitfinex are two completely separate entities and denied all the speculations that they are the same. In November 2017, “The Paradise Papers” revealed Bitfinex and Tether are indeed run by the same people. \[4\] > > Until February 2019, Tether claimed to be backed by the US dollar on a one-to-one basis: “Every tether is always backed 1-to-1, by traditional currency held in our reserves.” – read their website. The text was then changed to: “Every tether is always 100% backed by our reserves (…) and, from time to time, may include other assets (…). > > However, in April 2019, Tether’s general counsel admitted that the stablecoin can back only around 74% of its supply in circulation \[5\]. It was also reported by the New York Attorney General that at some point in time Tether didn’t even have access to banking services. Therefore, Tether lied about its backing. \[6\] > > Tether promised to share reports from independent auditors on their reserves. They haven’t done so until **forced** by a court order in 2021. And even then they couldn’t stop themselves from misleading the public. In a tweet from Paolo Ardoino, Tether’s CTO, he stated that they share the report because “community asked for it." \[7\] > > **There are some shady people behind it…** > > The most important people at Tether are surrounded by many controversies: > > Jan Ludovicus (or Jean Louis) **van der Velde**, Tether’s CEO, is a ghost. There’s barely any information about him \[4\]. This is rather concerning when you take into consideration he’s a CEO of a multi-billion company. > > **Giancarlo Devasini**, Tether’s CFO, boasts he built companies that generated 100 million euro in revenue but documents show it was almost 10 times less. He was sued by Microsoft for pirating their software and by Toshiba for infringing its DVD-related patents. And these are just a few examples of Devasini’s questionable doings and statements. \[6\] > > **Phil Potter**, CEO of Bitfinex (Bitfinex is the only partner of Tether. And it’s a company that actually controls Tether. So the only partner of Tether is a company that… controls it), was fired from Morgan Stanley in the 90’s after he bragged about his lavish lifestyle in an interview for The New York Times. \[8\] > > Letitia James, the New York attorney-general, called those people “unlicensed and unregulated individuals (…) dealing in the darkest corners of the financial system." \[6\] > > **…against whom criminal charges might be filed** > > US Justice Department that is investigating Tether and in July 2021 it reported that it is now considering whether it should file criminal charges against Tether executives. The charges might be based on the assumption that Tether lied about its business when it was opening bank accounts all over the world. \[9\] ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Tether) to find submissions for other topics.

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Nope it’s entirely impossible Source: I’m the bitcoin CEO

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When the CEO is your Pops— “I’m the daddy now”

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This man has made *mililions* from selling to his audience and with his Patreon. He doesn't even need crypto because he's grifted a ton of people into thinking that he's a trading guru. In actuality, he worked in marketing and knows less than the average crypto person. The entire thing is a branding and marketing exercise and it dupes people because they don't know how wrong he is and he has deleted every call where he screwed up big time. He had so many videos talking about Luna as one of his most bullish holdings, and even interviewed the CEO of Celsius whilst completely shilling for the guy. James is an absolute hack that grifts his audience.

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Or you can send to me, I am Jeffrey Preston Bezos, CEO of Amazon. I will double the amount of BTC and keep it safe until your friend needs it.

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tldr; Michael Saylor, CEO of MicroStrategy, has declared his intention to continue buying Bitcoin indefinitely, with no plans to sell the company's holdings. MicroStrategy's Bitcoin investment has reached an unrealized profit of nearly $4 billion, with the company owning 190,000 BTC worth about $9.88 billion. Saylor believes Bitcoin is superior to traditional asset classes like gold, the S&P 500, and real estate, and anticipates capital will continue to flow from these assets into Bitcoin. He also commented on the impact of spot Bitcoin ETFs on the market, suggesting they facilitate institutional capital flow into Bitcoin, benefiting the digital economy overall. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

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Bitcoin CEO will raise prices again.

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Charles is the CEO of the company that develops Cardano, though. He’s critically important.

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And Blockstream's CEO actually is Satoshi

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It was the Bitcoin CEO the first time he announced he was raising BTC prices.

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To be fair Blockstream has a CEO and while some would like to argue they don't control Bitcoin, they do absolutely have massive influence on what does and doesn't get into BIPs. https://falkvinge.net/2017/05/01/blockstream-patents-segwit-makes-pieces-fall-place/

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#Algorand Con-Arguments Below is a Algorand con-argument written by a deleted user. > ####**Smart contracts are not yet trustless** > > EVM blockchain explorers (like EtherScan) allow smart contract creators to publish and verify their smart contract code. This allows users to trustlessly audit them and interact with them in a safe and decentralized way. > > In contrast, Algorand's blockchain explorers do not show verified code. At most, they only show [decompiled code](https://algoexplorer.io/application/971388781), through which you can only guess how the smart contract works. And there's no method to interact with them trustlessly. You have to trust the developer's app. > > ####**Small dApp community** > > Algorand TVL is [currently only $240M](https://defillama.com/chains). Even an L2 rollup like Arbitrum has 4x its TVL, and Ethereum is 340x times larger. > > Algorand only generates [$100k of revenue from transactions fees annually](https://tokenterminal.com/terminal/projects/algorand). That's enough to pay for 1 engineer's salary. > > It also doesn't help that Algorand's smart contract interpreter, AVM is very different than Ethereum's EVM, so there's a barrier to switch from Solidity to PyTeal. > > ####**Algorand CEO Staci Warden has a history of immature tweets** > > * That mysterious [NIKE](https://u.today/algorand-ceo-debunks-nike-partnership-details) tweet which turned out to be nothing > * [Tweeting like a teen with bad grammar](https://twitter.com/StaciW_DC/status/1568607639717957634) about losing USDC on Hodlnaut. And why are they even storing important Foundation funds on a CeFi platform in the first place? > > ####**Low Decentralization** > > Algorand has 2500 participation nodes, but there are several other metrics that tell a different story. > > * **Very few nodes actually participate in consensus**: Over the past 7 days (~150k blocks), only [190 voters participated in consensus](https://metrics.algorand.org/#/decentralization/). Unlike Ethereum, in which EVERY staking validator participates in Casper FFG consensus, Algorand [picks voters based on their stake](https://developer.algorand.org/docs/get-details/algorand_consensus/#the-algorand-consensus-protocol), and only a few are included in their leader and voting committees. > * **Relay Nodes**: Algorand Foundation manages a secret list of relay nodes responsible for forwarding transactions to the participation nodes. It's fine as long as there are a few honest relay nodes not censoring blocks. What's concerning is that the Algorand Foundation [used to publish a number of 100-120 relay nodes](https://np.reddit.com/r/AlgorandOfficial/comments/ku4brb/algorand_relay_nodes_public_data/), but they have since scrubbed all information about the number and identity those relay nodes. > > **Governance is for unimportant decisions on reward distributions, not for protocol updates** > > Algorand often markets that it has governance. But [the elections have only been used to vote on community rewards distribution](https://governance.algorand.foundation/), and they're very minor changes. Governance is also coordinated entirely the Algorand Foundation. > > I have never found any information voting being used for Algorand updates, which suggests that there is no public vote for protocol-level decisions. > > ####**Questionable long-term economic sustainability of its security model** > > **Constantly-changing plans** > > As much as I like Algorand's technology, its tokenomics suck. The more I study Algorand's tokenomics, the more I feel that it's a decade-long rug pull. > > First, the Algorand Foundation keeps changing the rewards system and tokenomics model: > > * They attracted node runners (early relay nodes) with billions of dollars of rewards, set to last until 2024. > * They attracted stakers and participation nodes with rewards to last until 2022. > * They then attracted community participation with Governance rewards starting in late 2021 that is currently scheduled to run out in 2030. > * At one point, there were discussions about re-introducing rewards for community relay nodes after community complaints. > > I compare their documentation with [my previous notes](https://np.reddit.com/r/MPlankton/comments/v16v7v/algorand_research_may_2022_draft/) from mid 2022, and many of the links they originally published have been replaced. Their notorious "Long Term Algo Dynamics" page, referenced as the "[New, Longer Term Algo Dynamics Model](https://www.algorand.foundation/news/new-algo-dynamics-overview)" is now old. It redirects to [a new, new model](https://www.algorand.foundation/tokenomics) which still doesn't fix their tokenomics. They seem to be changing decisions on a whim, chasing after whatever gets the most bad publicity at the time. > > **No Plans after 2030** > > Algorand Foundation's plans for [long-term economic sustainability](https://forum.algorand.org/t/serious-lack-of-transparency-and-engagement-of-algorand-foundation/2385/10) have been put off until 2030. It originally designed for Algo's 10B supply to be distributed over 6 years, with relay nodes being rewarded until 2022. That plan was scrapped and remade in Dec 2020 to extend the deadline to 2030 with rewards for relay nodes to last until 2024. There are no plans for sustainable rewards past 2030, and Algorand's tokenomics is a ticking time bomb. > > **High Inflation** > > Algorand's circulating supply has uneven inflation due to an accelerated vesting schedule. The actual circulating supply inflation was 141% in 2020, an insanely-high 433% in 2021, and 12.7% in 2022 [source](https://messari.io/asset/algorand/chart/sply-circ). The silver lining is that accelerated vesting is now over, so inflation will be [~5% over the period of 2023-2029](https://assets-global.website-files.com/62835f42aef969049eba0806/62cc37d101a3d91afc30efca_December%202020%20Algo%20Dynamics.pdf), assuming the 10B max supply holds. > > ####**Revenue too low to sustain security** > > Algorand only produces [~$100K annually from transaction fees](https://tokenterminal.com/terminal/projects/algorand), which isn't enough to cover the annual salary of single engineer. If they want to support their current 100 relay nodes, they'll likely need 100x the current fees unless everyone is super nice and **working for free**. > > **Relay Nodes** are maintained by a consortium of early investors, VCs, Universities, and other non-profits until 2024. These are being paid for through multiple rounds of massive grants totaling at least 2.5B Algo (worth billions of USD). Algorand is still the covering costs for future decentralized Relay Nodes through its [Community Relay Node Program](https://www.algorand.foundation/news/community-relay-node-program). > > It currently costs [$5-10K/year to run a cost-effective relay node on AWS](https://np.reddit.com/r/AlgorandOfficial/comments/o4on6e/run_a_relay_node_on_aws_cost_estimation/). Algorand's $100K in annual revenue from transaction fees is enough to cover a single relay node with 1 engineer. It's unsustainable. Do they think that relay node providers, each currently paid $5M annually on average, are going to stick around when they're suddenly no longer getting paid? > > **Participation nodes** are responsible for consensus and don't get paid anything. They have moderately-high [hardware requirements](https://developer.algorand.org/docs/run-a-node/setup/install/): 16GB memory, 100GB NVMe SSD, 1 Gbps dedicated Internet. > > They don't get paid any rewards, and I'm skeptical how reliable that can be with their hardware, energy, and personnel costs. ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Algorand) to find submissions for other topics.

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There is not a Bitcoin CEO, Bitcoin is not a company, it is a network without CEO

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Craigh Wright is the CEO!

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tldr; U.S. prosecutors have recommended a federal judge to accept a plea deal with Binance, the world's largest cryptocurrency exchange, which involves paying $4.3 billion in penalties for violations including failure to comply with money transmission laws. The deal also requires Binance to undergo monitoring for up to five years and admits to allowing transactions involving terrorist groups. Binance's CEO, CZ, has stepped down and pleaded guilty, facing up to 10 years in jail, with an expected sentence of no more than 18 months. The plea deal aims to address Binance's lack of proper registration and anti-money laundering policies, which exposed the exchange and the U.S. financial system to risks. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

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we only want to see the same happening to wall street firms, who usually only get a slap on the wrist... Meanwhile no one bats an eye that "all money is lost" was perpetuated by the media, despite SBF claiming that it was still there.... And when we learned that it was still there, he's still considered the criminal he's been made into.... The fact that he hired managers from wall street firms to run his business was completely left out... Somehow it is only the fault of the idiot CEO who had no idea, but no one bothers to look into who gave the orders... SBF belongs in jail... he just isn't the only one. I'd like to see a lot more faces in mugshots...

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THE CEO AND CFO OF BITCOIN CHANGED THE HALVING DATE DUE the date for marketing purposes

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Yeah I feel like the framing of the question tells me that you don't fully understand the point of crypto. If done properly (currently moving into the era of Voltaire - governance), who Charles is and what he does is completely irrelevant. There is no CEO of a blockchain. The point is decentralization in finance and governance. I've attended workshops and been a part of the community for a long time, so I know how much real work is being done by talented people outside of IOHK. But to answer your question - yes I did do my research. There were some red flags and he essentially started as a content creator. I don't like the guy that much. But thankfully, it doesn't matter.

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There is no bitcoin CEO

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#Algorand Con-Arguments Below is a Algorand con-argument written by a deleted user. > ####**Smart contracts are not yet trustless** > > EVM blockchain explorers (like EtherScan) allow smart contract creators to publish and verify their smart contract code. This allows users to trustlessly audit them and interact with them in a safe and decentralized way. > > In contrast, Algorand's blockchain explorers do not show verified code. At most, they only show [decompiled code](https://algoexplorer.io/application/971388781), through which you can only guess how the smart contract works. And there's no method to interact with them trustlessly. You have to trust the developer's app. > > ####**Small dApp community** > > Algorand TVL is [currently only $240M](https://defillama.com/chains). Even an L2 rollup like Arbitrum has 4x its TVL, and Ethereum is 340x times larger. > > Algorand only generates [$100k of revenue from transactions fees annually](https://tokenterminal.com/terminal/projects/algorand). That's enough to pay for 1 engineer's salary. > > It also doesn't help that Algorand's smart contract interpreter, AVM is very different than Ethereum's EVM, so there's a barrier to switch from Solidity to PyTeal. > > ####**Algorand CEO Staci Warden has a history of immature tweets** > > * That mysterious [NIKE](https://u.today/algorand-ceo-debunks-nike-partnership-details) tweet which turned out to be nothing > * [Tweeting like a teen with bad grammar](https://twitter.com/StaciW_DC/status/1568607639717957634) about losing USDC on Hodlnaut. And why are they even storing important Foundation funds on a CeFi platform in the first place? > > ####**Low Decentralization** > > Algorand has 2500 participation nodes, but there are several other metrics that tell a different story. > > * **Very few nodes actually participate in consensus**: Over the past 7 days (~150k blocks), only [190 voters participated in consensus](https://metrics.algorand.org/#/decentralization/). Unlike Ethereum, in which EVERY staking validator participates in Casper FFG consensus, Algorand [picks voters based on their stake](https://developer.algorand.org/docs/get-details/algorand_consensus/#the-algorand-consensus-protocol), and only a few are included in their leader and voting committees. > * **Relay Nodes**: Algorand Foundation manages a secret list of relay nodes responsible for forwarding transactions to the participation nodes. It's fine as long as there are a few honest relay nodes not censoring blocks. What's concerning is that the Algorand Foundation [used to publish a number of 100-120 relay nodes](https://np.reddit.com/r/AlgorandOfficial/comments/ku4brb/algorand_relay_nodes_public_data/), but they have since scrubbed all information about the number and identity those relay nodes. > > **Governance is for unimportant decisions on reward distributions, not for protocol updates** > > Algorand often markets that it has governance. But [the elections have only been used to vote on community rewards distribution](https://governance.algorand.foundation/), and they're very minor changes. Governance is also coordinated entirely the Algorand Foundation. > > I have never found any information voting being used for Algorand updates, which suggests that there is no public vote for protocol-level decisions. > > ####**Questionable long-term economic sustainability of its security model** > > **Constantly-changing plans** > > As much as I like Algorand's technology, its tokenomics suck. The more I study Algorand's tokenomics, the more I feel that it's a decade-long rug pull. > > First, the Algorand Foundation keeps changing the rewards system and tokenomics model: > > * They attracted node runners (early relay nodes) with billions of dollars of rewards, set to last until 2024. > * They attracted stakers and participation nodes with rewards to last until 2022. > * They then attracted community participation with Governance rewards starting in late 2021 that is currently scheduled to run out in 2030. > * At one point, there were discussions about re-introducing rewards for community relay nodes after community complaints. > > I compare their documentation with [my previous notes](https://np.reddit.com/r/MPlankton/comments/v16v7v/algorand_research_may_2022_draft/) from mid 2022, and many of the links they originally published have been replaced. Their notorious "Long Term Algo Dynamics" page, referenced as the "[New, Longer Term Algo Dynamics Model](https://www.algorand.foundation/news/new-algo-dynamics-overview)" is now old. It redirects to [a new, new model](https://www.algorand.foundation/tokenomics) which still doesn't fix their tokenomics. They seem to be changing decisions on a whim, chasing after whatever gets the most bad publicity at the time. > > **No Plans after 2030** > > Algorand Foundation's plans for [long-term economic sustainability](https://forum.algorand.org/t/serious-lack-of-transparency-and-engagement-of-algorand-foundation/2385/10) have been put off until 2030. It originally designed for Algo's 10B supply to be distributed over 6 years, with relay nodes being rewarded until 2022. That plan was scrapped and remade in Dec 2020 to extend the deadline to 2030 with rewards for relay nodes to last until 2024. There are no plans for sustainable rewards past 2030, and Algorand's tokenomics is a ticking time bomb. > > **High Inflation** > > Algorand's circulating supply has uneven inflation due to an accelerated vesting schedule. The actual circulating supply inflation was 141% in 2020, an insanely-high 433% in 2021, and 12.7% in 2022 [source](https://messari.io/asset/algorand/chart/sply-circ). The silver lining is that accelerated vesting is now over, so inflation will be [~5% over the period of 2023-2029](https://assets-global.website-files.com/62835f42aef969049eba0806/62cc37d101a3d91afc30efca_December%202020%20Algo%20Dynamics.pdf), assuming the 10B max supply holds. > > ####**Revenue too low to sustain security** > > Algorand only produces [~$100K annually from transaction fees](https://tokenterminal.com/terminal/projects/algorand), which isn't enough to cover the annual salary of single engineer. If they want to support their current 100 relay nodes, they'll likely need 100x the current fees unless everyone is super nice and **working for free**. > > **Relay Nodes** are maintained by a consortium of early investors, VCs, Universities, and other non-profits until 2024. These are being paid for through multiple rounds of massive grants totaling at least 2.5B Algo (worth billions of USD). Algorand is still the covering costs for future decentralized Relay Nodes through its [Community Relay Node Program](https://www.algorand.foundation/news/community-relay-node-program). > > It currently costs [$5-10K/year to run a cost-effective relay node on AWS](https://np.reddit.com/r/AlgorandOfficial/comments/o4on6e/run_a_relay_node_on_aws_cost_estimation/). Algorand's $100K in annual revenue from transaction fees is enough to cover a single relay node with 1 engineer. It's unsustainable. Do they think that relay node providers, each currently paid $5M annually on average, are going to stick around when they're suddenly no longer getting paid? > > **Participation nodes** are responsible for consensus and don't get paid anything. They have moderately-high [hardware requirements](https://developer.algorand.org/docs/run-a-node/setup/install/): 16GB memory, 100GB NVMe SSD, 1 Gbps dedicated Internet. > > They don't get paid any rewards, and I'm skeptical how reliable that can be with their hardware, energy, and personnel costs. ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Algorand) to find submissions for other topics.

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You must have spoken with the Bitcoin CEO

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Wait, who's the CEO?

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FTX was high profile, and SBF humiliated a lot of powerful people. The government instilled a CEO to oversee the "operations" of the company. His testimony can be seen online. It's atrocious. It's like if your stoner roommate from college ran a multi-billion dollar company.

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tldr; The trial between the Crypto Open Patent Alliance (COPA) and Craig Steven Wright (CSW) over Wright's claims of being Satoshi Nakamoto, the pseudonymous creator of Bitcoin, resumed. BitMEX Research reported that three witnesses for Wright, including David Bridges, Max Lynam, and Stefan Matthews, were due in court. Matthews, CEO of nChain, was present in court, while Bridges and Lynam appeared remotely. The case, led by COPA and involving companies like Coinbase and Kraken, seeks to challenge Wright's claims. The trial is currently on its 11th day, with further cross-examinations expected. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

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I can't believe people ask questions like this. Everyone knows it's issued by the Bitcoin CEO.

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I heard their CEO gf is also a goblin.

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Bitcoin CEO was in Brazil, for Carnival.

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I need to speak to CEO

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The [CEO is shown here at a recent press conference](https://www.reddit.com/media?url=https%3A%2F%2Fi.redd.it%2Fucht9b5ub4ca1.jpg).

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And a [CEO](https://www.reddit.com/media?url=https%3A%2F%2Fi.redd.it%2Fucht9b5ub4ca1.jpg) as well.

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I asked the CEO this same question. He looked both ways, then leaned over closely, winked, and whispered so no one else could hear the secret: "Once the last btc has been mined, the blockchain will play an uplifting song in the background and start rolling credits. Including bloopers from the making of btc. Which reminds me, go and tell marketing to get cracking on the customer testimonies we want to include in the reel."

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They paid billions in fines and their CEO is going to jail....

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Is anyone here looking into DeSci category? Found it interesting as it has a lot of real life use cases and some big names involved (Coinbase CEO). Not talking about specific coins because i dont want to shill anything, just curious on the interest in the category itself

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