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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

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

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

r/BitcoinSee Post

Interview with CEO of Marathon Digital (miner)

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

Algorand CEO’s Hacked Account Compromised

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

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

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

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 |

r/BitcoinSee Post

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

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

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

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

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?

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Post

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”

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

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

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

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.

r/BitcoinSee Post

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

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

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....

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

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

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

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

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

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

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

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

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

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

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

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

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

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

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

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

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

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

r/BitcoinSee Post

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

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

MemeMint: is now open for trading on Tier1 exchange

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

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

r/BitcoinSee Post

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.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

BlackRock CEO Larry Fink Shows Interest in Spot Ethereum ETFs

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Why BlackRock CEO Expressed Interest in Spot Ethereum ETFs

r/BitcoinSee Post

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

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

Scallop SCLP Q1 2024

r/BitcoinSee Post

Grayscale CEO Sonnenshein 'Thrilled' by ETF Approval

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

SEC approves rule changes that pave the way for bitcoin ETFs

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

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

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

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

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Bitget Global CEO on the run

r/BitcoinSee Post

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

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Cardano FUD is getting lazy

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

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

r/BitcoinSee Post

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

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

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

r/BitcoinSee Post

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

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

$SERSH utility token analyiss

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Notorious epstein list

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

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

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

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

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

BlackRock Names Jane Street, JPMorgan as Bitcoin-ETF Brokers

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

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

r/BitcoinSee Post

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

r/BitcoinSee Post

can someone ask the CEO of bitcoin what happened?

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Post

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

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

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

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

Nest Wallet CEO Falls Victim to Phishing Scam

r/BitcoinSee Post

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

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

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

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

A solid alternative to Moons.

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

XPET - Pet / SocialFi 2.0 game built on Arbitrum

r/BitcoinSee Post

Stop giving your money to people who want to ban Bitcoin

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

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

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"Interesting perspective from the Dell CEO! The Cookie Monster meme is a fun way to highlight the concept of scarcity and its role in creating value. It's fascinating to see how even in the world of tech and finance, relatable analogies can help explain complex ideas. What do you think about the impact of scarcity on the value of cryptocurrencies?"

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I mean did you do any research? The CEO admitted stealing over $90m of user funds.. and that was well over a year ago.. if you were accumulating after that you definitely had this coming..

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>why is ripple always the target haha Because Ripple really tried to go mainstream in a big way and bridge the gap between crypto and traditional finance. Truly decentralized crypto like Bitcoin can’t be a cancer on tradfi or introduce risks to tradfi because they are quarantined in their own networks or controlled in ETFs. Ripple wanted to mess with the crypto/banking dichotomy, you could say, but they also wanted to mint digital currencies while operating like a corporation, complete with a CEO, etc. They wanted the clout and protections afforded to corporate America but none of the legal obligations. It feels very immature, in retrospect. These factors introduced technical and legal risks to Ripple—because they had a foot in the traditional banking system (if only a foot).

Mentions:#CEO

This month I’ve seen some sales reps in tech with BTC excel spreadsheets on their Home Screen while they were presenting, Dell CEO retweets Saylor, Government contractors talking about the state of the US dollar and the fact that it might be headed for a huge downturn in the next few years, El Salvador being talked about as the new hub for investment opportunities in the West and they already adopted BTC. I said ok life that’s too many signs in a short period of time to ignore and decided to buy a decent sum this month.

Mentions:#BTC#CEO

Email the Bitcoin CEO

Mentions:#CEO

The CEO is too busy, just call the support

Mentions:#CEO

just got an invitation about a "Town Hall Meeting" || || | As the founder and person responsible for Lykke, I am writing to inform you about the incident that occurred on June 4, 2024, and the measures we are taking to restore normal operations on our platform. Starting now, I will provide you with weekly updates every Friday about any new information we have gathered regarding this incident. Additionally, I will give you a status update on the steps we are taking to gradually bring Lykke back to normal operation and deliver improved functionalities in many areas. For technical questions, an updated fact and activity report with links to original documents will be included. I am well aware that the past few weeks have been very stressful for you, especially due to the unsatisfactory flow of information from our side. I apologise sincerely for this. The Lykke team and I would be delighted if you continue to consider us a good partner and stay in regular contact. I look forward to speaking with you personally and would like to invite you to our first Town Hall Meeting taking place on Tuesday 25th June at 14:00:   \*\*\*removed\*\*\*  Passcode: \*\*\*removed\*\*\* For further questions, please send me an email at \*\*\*removed\*\*\* I will respond promptly. Questions and answers of general interest will also be published on our website. | || || | Until then, I remain, with kind regards, Richard Olsen CEO and Founder +41 79 564 49 01|

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just got an invitation about a "Town Hall Meeting" || || | As the founder and person responsible for Lykke, I am writing to inform you about the incident that occurred on June 4, 2024, and the measures we are taking to restore normal operations on our platform. Starting now, I will provide you with weekly updates every Friday about any new information we have gathered regarding this incident. Additionally, I will give you a status update on the steps we are taking to gradually bring Lykke back to normal operation and deliver improved functionalities in many areas. For technical questions, an updated fact and activity report with links to original documents will be included. I am well aware that the past few weeks have been very stressful for you, especially due to the unsatisfactory flow of information from our side. I apologise sincerely for this. The Lykke team and I would be delighted if you continue to consider us a good partner and stay in regular contact. I look forward to speaking with you personally and would like to invite you to our first Town Hall Meeting taking place on Tuesday 25th June at 14:00:   \*\*\*removed\*\*\*  Passcode: \*\*\*removed\*\*\* For further questions, please send me an email at \*\*\*removed\*\*\* I will respond promptly. Questions and answers of general interest will also be published on our website. | || || | Until then, I remain, with kind regards, Richard Olsen CEO and Founder [+41 79 564 49 01](tel:+41 79 564 49 01)|

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just got an invitation about a "Town Hall Meeting" || || | As the founder and person responsible for Lykke, I am writing to inform you about the incident that occurred on June 4, 2024, and the measures we are taking to restore normal operations on our platform. Starting now, I will provide you with weekly updates every Friday about any new information we have gathered regarding this incident. Additionally, I will give you a status update on the steps we are taking to gradually bring Lykke back to normal operation and deliver improved functionalities in many areas. For technical questions, an updated fact and activity report with links to original documents will be included. I am well aware that the past few weeks have been very stressful for you, especially due to the unsatisfactory flow of information from our side. I apologise sincerely for this. The Lykke team and I would be delighted if you continue to consider us a good partner and stay in regular contact. I look forward to speaking with you personally and would like to invite you to our first Town Hall Meeting taking place on Tuesday 25th June at 14:00:   \*\*\*removed\*\*\*  Passcode: \*\*\*removed\*\*\* For further questions, please send me an email at \*\*\*removed\*\*\* I will respond promptly. Questions and answers of general interest will also be published on our website. | || || | Until then, I remain, with kind regards, Richard Olsen CEO and Founder [+41 79 564 49 01](tel:+41 79 564 49 01)|

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You know how I know my knowledge level is crypto is ab9ve average? I didn't give the CEO of bitcoin my seed phrase.

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tldr; Michael Dell, CEO of Dell Technologies, sparked interest in the crypto community by tweeting about the value of scarcity and engaging with a comment about Bitcoin being digital scarcity. He further intrigued followers by sharing a meme of the Cookie Monster eating Bitcoin, leading to speculation about his interest in cryptocurrency. While this interaction suggests a playful interest in Bitcoin, there's no indication that Dell Technologies is making a move towards cryptocurrency investment. The post highlights the balance between the appetite for acquiring Bitcoin and the importance of moderation and self-control. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

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tldr; A US federal judge has allowed a civil securities lawsuit to proceed against Ripple Labs, focusing on alleged misleading statements by CEO Brad Garlinghouse about XRP in 2017. California District Court Judge Phyllis Hamilton denied Ripple’s bid for summary judgment, setting the stage for a jury trial. The lawsuit centers on Garlinghouse's claim of being "very, very long" on XRP, despite selling millions of XRP that year. This ruling challenges the belief that a previous favorable decision for Ripple would set a precedent for the crypto industry. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

Mentions:#CEO#XRP#DYOR

Würde mit der bybit Sache vorsichtig sein. Chinesischer CEO mit Sitz in Singapur und hat keine BaFin Zulassung. Hoffe du benutzt die nur mit Beträgen, die du verlieren kannst.

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Hi ugohdit, I already informed FINMA but since Lykke is not regulated, they can only observe. Also, the exchange is located in UK and I also informed authorities there. Same answer there. What do you mean by letter? You mean like "give me my money back, thats the deadline before i go to the lawyer"? Point is, I would have to do that to Lykke Corp UK. But Owner of Lykke Corp UK is the Lykke AG in Switzerland. A bit confusing where to go now. Only point that is same everywhere: Owner is Richard Olsen. Maybe he can be held responsible. but what is the first step? go against lykke uk? Or Lykke Switzerland? Or directly against the CEO? I really dont have any idea so far

Mentions:#AG#CEO

The bitcoin CEO does that sometimes to wash out paper hands like yourself.

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Bitcoin is the first. Bitcoin was created altruistically. There is no pre-mine, there is no leader, there is no CEO. Proof of work imbues value because energy is input into the system and block validation is the output. Proof of stake does not. Bitcoin is a protocol like TCP/IP. Bitcoin is math. Bitcoin is not monkey pictures. When Bitcoin began to trade in terms of dollar value, many many people saw the opportunity to copy it and make money disregarding the reasons Satoshi laid out on the forums and through the genesis block: The Bitcoin genesis block, also known as Block 0, contains a specific reference to a headline from the UK newspaper “The Times.” Embedded in the coinbase parameter of this block is the following text: “The Times 03/Jan/2009 Chancellor on brink of second bailout for banks.” Bitcoin wasn’t created to enrich its founder, it was a gift to the world. The subsequent hard forks have all failed. I could go on and on, but when people talk about “crypto” they are talking about every money grubbing scammer that has followed in its wake. There is, and will only ever be one.

Mentions:#CEO#TCP

Lovely, unbelievable that they started in a garage in Palo Alto, the CEO is the most likable even these days.

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The CEO needs to implement a buyback program, clearly there isn't enough demand

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> As previously disclosed, on June 18, 2024, MicroStrategy Incorporated (“MicroStrategy”) completed a private offering of convertible senior notes (the > “Offering”). > The Offering, which included a 2.25% coupon and an approximately 35% conversion premium over the U.S. composite volume weighted > average price of MicroStrategy’s class A common stock from 9:30 a.m. through 4:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time on June 13, 2024, was well received in > the marketplace and upsized to a total of $800.0 million in aggregate principal amount. This amount included the exercise by the initial purchasers of > their option to purchase $100.0 million of additional notes. Net proceeds from the Offering to MicroStrategy totaled approximately $786.0 million. > On June 20, 2024, MicroStrategy announced that, during the period between April 27, 2024 and June 19, 2024, MicroStrategy acquired approximately > 11,931 bitcoins for approximately $786.0 million in cash, using proceeds from the Offering and Excess Cash (defined in our quarterly report on > Form 10-Q for the three months ended March 31, 2024), at an average price of approximately $65,883 per bitcoin, inclusive of fees and expenses. > As of June 20, 2024, MicroStrategy, together with its subsidiaries, held an aggregate of approximately 226,331 bitcoins, which were acquired at an > aggregate purchase price of approximately $8.33 billion and an average purchase price of approximately $36,798 per bitcoin, inclusive of fees and > expenses. Gigachad buys the dip with the infinite fiat glitch. When are the other tens of thousands of CEO's owners, countries, investment managers, billionaires, etc. wake up en masse and do the same? "Everyone buys Bitcoin at the price they deserve".

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Honestly, bringing ether into the traditional financial world with the spot ETFs is just an appetizer. The real game is the tokenization of the legacy financial system onto Ethereum. Go read this tweet by Van Eck (an investment company with about $100 billion of assets) about a talk by Blackrock (the biggest asset management company in the world): > Blackrock CIO of ETF & Index Investments @Samaraepcohen said today at the Coinbase event that permissioned blockchains have lost, & that **traditional market participants are coalescing around open-source Ethereum for tokenization,** so as not to fragment liquidity https://x.com/matthew_sigel/status/1801342560977190937 ------ Larry Fink (the Blackrock CEO) has said that this is only the beginning: > "We believe the next step going forward will be the tokenization of financial assets, and that means **every stock, every bond will have its own QIP (qualified institutional placement); it’ll be on one general ledger** ... but the most important thing is we could customize strategies through tokenization that fit every individual. We would have instantaneous settlement ... because it’s just a line item." ------ And perhaps most surprisingly, SEC commissioner Mark Uyeda a few days ago: > “Tokenization may provide transactions with a higher level of security, transparency, and immutability. It also may remove the need for most intermediaries, streamlining the process and reducing transaction costs.” https://x.com/EleanorTerrett/status/1801618634898383294

Mentions:#ETF#CEO#SEC

tldr; Solana (SOL) has hit a 45-day low amidst a broader market downturn, underperforming compared to other major cryptocurrencies with a 24% decline since June 7. The drop is attributed to reduced on-chain activity, lack of demand for leveraged positions, and competition from other smart contract-focused blockchains. Despite the downturn, Raoul Pal, CEO of Real Vision, remains optimistic about SOL's potential for a rally in the short term, suggesting the current price as a good entry point for investors. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

Mentions:#SOL#CEO#DYOR

The Bitcoin CEO is looking into it.

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>Is that before he paid his back taxes or after? No clue; I don't follow him that closely, and I'm not sure how his taxes play a role in his bitcoin hodling? >He also said he bought more with the pump and dump of MSTR stock sales. Yeah, he (well, the 6 board members, CEO, CFO, and Legal Team presumably) sure did. It's a smart move. "If you don't believe me or don't get it, I don't have time to try to convince you." And Dump? MSTR is up over 900% in the past 5yrs and most/all of that is probably caused by hodling btc. What dump are you speaking of? You must be a shitcoiner if these are the thoughts you have.

Mentions:#MSTR#CEO

Hi, thanks for the comment. I don't but now I'm asking their banking regulator, the office of the comptroller of the currency, to step up and take action to hold them accountable for their misconduct and demand they reimburse me. I never thought this kind of thing could happen in the US banking system where a customer could have their money stolen...by the bank president and CEO no less and not be given it back.

Mentions:#CEO

Hang in there, the Bitcoin CEO will be in touch.

Mentions:#CEO

Okay, fair enough, that was an unlucky point to buy, still, it isn't going to matter in the long term. The daily ups and downs are irrelevant compared to what is coming. People wondering why the spot ETF approval didn't pump the price a huge amount, but the truth is it just isn't a big deal. Who cares about bringing ether into the traditional markets with an ETF when then real game is the tokenization of the legacy financial system onto Ethereum. Go read this tweet by Van Eck (an investment company with about $100 billion of assets) about a talk by Blackrock (the biggest asset management company in the world): > Blackrock CIO of ETF & Index Investments @Samaraepcohen said today at the Coinbase event that permissioned blockchains have lost, & that **traditional market participants are coalescing around open-source Ethereum for tokenization,** so as not to fragment liquidity https://x.com/matthew_sigel/status/1801342560977190937 ------ Larry Fink (the Blackrock CEO) has said that this is only the beginning: > "We believe the next step going forward will be the tokenization of financial assets, and that means **every stock, every bond will have its own QIP (qualified institutional placement); it’ll be on one general ledger** ... but the most important thing is we could customize strategies through tokenization that fit every individual. We would have instantaneous settlement ... because it’s just a line item." ------ And perhaps most surprisingly, SEC commissioner Mark Uyeda a few days ago: > “Tokenization may provide transactions with a higher level of security, transparency, and immutability. It also may remove the need for most intermediaries, streamlining the process and reducing transaction costs.” https://x.com/EleanorTerrett/status/1801618634898383294 ----- And if you want data on the progress of this directly, rather than relying on whatever spin different journalists want to put on it there are a couple of decent tokenization dashboards on Dune, with this being the most comprehensive: https://dune.com/21co/tokenization-overview ----- I know you're feeling grumpy at the market, but the real bull-run is being set up in plain sight.

Mentions:#ETF#CEO#SEC

Those all are/had physical, tangible products, locations, services, etc., with a CEO and board of directors behind them - as do stocks. Crypto (and BTC especially) does not really have that and rely solely on people deciding that it is worth something. If people decide that the utility is novel - or more novel than it is now- then that's a wrap for BTC as it cannot be anything else than what it is.

Mentions:#CEO#BTC

The Bitcoin CEO decided to lower the prices to provide cheaper entry points for new hodlers.

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the CEO came back with the quarterly earnings report and it was below expectations

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Okay sorry, have been in a bunch of meetings with the CEO. He said no

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I tried calling the Bitcoin CEO to voice my opinion, but his secretary keep telling me "Please hold"

Mentions:#CEO

Let me ask the CEO really quick

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I'll believe this when someone actually working in humanitarian aid says it... not when a Crypto CEO with a vested interest in people believing this is the case says it.

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Bitcoin CEO lowered the price to attract investors

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""Sure, but ISP's don't control the internet outside of their jurisdiction"" Are you under the impression that I was suggesting there could be a conspiracy of ISP CEO's to shut down bitcoin in each of their personal jurisdictions? I never said that. ""But all they're doing is banning themselves from the protocol, not harming the protocol itself."" Are you under the impression that I said they would try to 'harm' the protocol? I never said that. Is there any chance of your actually answering the point I was making, instead of making up strawmen to attack?-

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Tokenization is definitely looking like the way mainstream adoption comes on-chain. Here's Van Eck tweeting about a talk by Blackrock at a conference a last week: > Blackrock CIO of ETF & Index Investments @Samaraepcohen said today at the Coinbase event that permissioned blockchains have lost, & that **traditional market participants are coalescing around open-source Ethereum for tokenization,** so as not to fragment liquidity https://x.com/matthew_sigel/status/1801342560977190937 ------- Larry Fink (the Blackrock CEO) has said that this is only the beginning: > "We believe the next step going forward will be the tokenization of financial assets, and that means every stock, every bond will have its own QIP (qualified institutional placement); it’ll be on one general ledger ... but the most important thing is we could customize strategies through tokenization that fit every individual. We would have instantaneous settlement ... because it’s just a line item." ------ And perhaps most surprisingly, SEC commissioner Mark Uyeda a couple of days ago: > “Tokenization may provide transactions with a higher level of security, transparency, and immutability. It also may remove the need for most intermediaries, streamlining the process and reducing transaction costs.” https://x.com/EleanorTerrett/status/1801618634898383294 ----- And if you want data on the progress of this directly, rather than relying on whatever spin different journalists want to put on it there are a couple of decent tokenization dashboards on Dune, with this being the most comprehensive: https://dune.com/21co/tokenization-overview

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They claimed it was, but no it was run by a private company with a CEO.

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Another day another discount. BTC CEO said prices will not go up until moral improves.

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#Dogecoin Con-Arguments Below is a Dogecoin con-argument written by CreepToeCurrentSea. > Dogecoin is a cryptocurrency that was created by IBM engineers as a joke aimed at cryptocurrency investors on December 6, 2013. It was regarded as the first meme coin, featuring the well-known meme dog "Doge." It has had its fair share of criticisms and triumphs, as well as media problems, particularly with regard to Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, who also considers himself the "Dogefather." Dogecoin is now in the top ten in terms of cryptocurrency market capitalization, with a trading volume of around $233,000,000, and is down 90% from its all-time high. > > # CON's > > **Memecoin Limitations** > > * Even though it has progressed from being created as a joke to a now well-known coin in the top 10, Dogecoin is still limited to being considered a "memecoin." Even recent articles from news and social media outlets see Dogecoin as nothing more than a memecoin with a historical advantage over other memecoins. There isn't much innovation going on in the development of Dogecoin, either. While they may have developed a wallet and have some other dev blogs, it still doesn't keep up with the development of the other coins in the top ten by marketcap. The main point of this argument is that Dogecoin's utility is limited to being called money; aside from that, there isn't much going on right now that would significantly impact their position, and they may eventually be labeled a memecoin. > > **Unlimited Supply** > > * There will only be 21 million BTC available, with the final one expected in 2140. In comparison to Doge, which is theoretically endless in supply, it is an undesirable asset to hedge against inflation when paired with infinite mining, which will demand more advanced mining equipment in the future. It also doesn't help that it utilises the Proof of Work concensus, which necessitates a growth in miners in order to maintain the infinitely increasing amount of transactions. If Dogecoin and it's community is really serious about being one of the real deals of crypto, it must find a way to overcome a inflationary limitations imposed on it's code. > > **Price Manipulation by Famous People** > > * It's no secret that notable celebrities and artists are voicing their support for Dogecoin on social media. While this type of support is not illegal and does not depict any known premeditated acts of a pump and dump, it does not stop retail investors, day traders, long term hodlers, and whales from anticipating any post/interaction made by these celebrities with Doge and using the hype it created as an exploitative exit liquidity. Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, is the most well-known famous person that has been public about Doge. There are other celebrities and musicians (Snoop Dogg, Gene Simmons, Marques Brownlee, YouTubers Jake Paul and Logan Paul), but Elon has gathered the most popular backing, to the point where he was sued in federal court in Manhattan for $258 billion in damages. According to the plaintiff, Musk utilized his vast social media influence to promote the memecoin, fraudulently inflating its price. > > *Sources:* > > [*https://dogecoin.com/*](https://dogecoin.com/) > > [*https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/dogecoin#markets*](https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/dogecoin#markets) > > [*https://www.reddit.com/r/dogecoin/*](https://www.reddit.com/r/dogecoin/) > > [*https://foundation.dogecoin.com/*](https://foundation.dogecoin.com/) > > [*https://www.benzinga.com/markets/cryptocurrency/22/10/29387913/is-elon-musk-finally-giving-utility-to-dogecoin-twitter-reportedly-working-on-crypto-walle*](https://www.benzinga.com/markets/cryptocurrency/22/10/29387913/is-elon-musk-finally-giving-utility-to-dogecoin-twitter-reportedly-working-on-crypto-walle) > > [*https://www.dmarge.com/dogecoin-price-prediction*](https://www.dmarge.com/dogecoin-price-prediction) > > [*https://www.gfinityesports.com/cryptocurrency/dogecoin-how-many-coins-in-circulation-is-there-a-cap/*](https://www.gfinityesports.com/cryptocurrency/dogecoin-how-many-coins-in-circulation-is-there-a-cap/) > > [*https://www.ft.com/content/2c3dd96c-b1b1-42fd-ab46-8b4791bf1270*](https://www.ft.com/content/2c3dd96c-b1b1-42fd-ab46-8b4791bf1270) > > [*https://bitcoinafrica.io/2022/02/28/famous-dogecoin-supporters/*](https://bitcoinafrica.io/2022/02/28/famous-dogecoin-supporters/) > > [*https://finance.yahoo.com/news/8-celebrities-were-barking-dogecoin-205843101.html*](https://finance.yahoo.com/news/8-celebrities-were-barking-dogecoin-205843101.html) > > [*https://www.reuters.com/legal/transactional/elon-musk-sued-258-billion-over-alleged-dogecoin-pyramid-scheme-2022-06-16/*](https://www.reuters.com/legal/transactional/elon-musk-sued-258-billion-over-alleged-dogecoin-pyramid-scheme-2022-06-16/) ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Dogecoin) to find submissions for other topics.

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tldr; Crypto market experts Arthur Hayes and Raoul Pal predict the potential launch of a Dogecoin Exchange-Traded Fund (ETF) due to the growing popularity of meme coins. In a Coin Bureau podcast, they discussed Dogecoin's significant market capitalization, cultural impact, and strong community support as key factors. Hayes believes Dogecoin's status as the oldest meme coin gives it an advantage, while Pal discussed the feasibility of a Dogecoin ETF with Jan van Eck, CEO of VanEck. Both experts see a Dogecoin ETF as a possibility by the end of the market cycle. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

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Ethereum is a centralized project that first began with a massive 72 million ETH premine. Ethereum launched with 12 million ETH that was given to the developers and an additional 60 million ETH that they sold for BTC as a part of its "initial coin offering" during the presale. The Ethereum developers purposely misled investors by suggesting that there was merely a 12 million ETH premine and ignoring the 60 mi llion ETH that they sold during the presale, misleading total supply graphs in their prospectus. This is a serious concern and it's possible that the SEC may go after Ethereum developers and the Ethereum Foundation for creating and selling a non-compliant unregistered security (ETH is a security because it passes the [Howey Test](https://www.investopedia.com/terms/h/howey-test.asp)). The [SEC has been investigating the Ethereum Foundation this year.](https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2024-03-20/ethereum-foundation-gets-sec-scrutiny-in-latest-crypto-crackdown) Here is [another article about ETH and the Ethereum Foundation being investigated this year.](https://www.coindesk.com/business/2024/03/20/ethereum-foundation-under-investigation-by-state-authority/) [Here is a clip of the co-founder of Ethereum, Joseph Lubin, describing how they allowed whales to use multiple fake identities to buy as much ETH as they wanted during the Ethereum presale.](https://i.imgur.com/HpBR7C5.mp4) "A person can buy with any number of different identities. We may limit the unit size of a single sale to make it easier to disguise. So that nobody scares people with an enormous initial purchase. If you are a whale and you plan on investing several million US dollars worth, then you can do so with with multiple identities." [Now click here and listen to a few minutes of Bitcoin developer Jimmy Song talk about Ethereum and Vitalik.](http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T89gsJ2MsG8&t=47m24s) Jimmy worked directly with Vitalik from the beginning, back when Vitalik was still working on rootstock for Bitcoin. The Ethereum community has endorsed radical changes and pivots, trying to find narrative fit and the Ethereum leadership team is more willing to embrace alternations to the core objective of the protocol in their search for product market fit. They've literally tried world computer, dapps, crowdfunding, NFTs, DeFi, open finance, radical markets, store of value, and more. Ethereum is an aggregator of these narratives, trying each one out over the years in an attempt to seduce people that are uneducated about cryptocurrency. But there is no persistence of a singular narrative when it comes to Ethereum and they are still trying to find product market fit even after all this time. Ethereum is a pointless project that will lead to no efficiency because there is no censorship risk in code execution. What purpose does Ethereum solve if it comes with a horrible trade off of an extremely large attack surface and huge scaling problems? They also advertised immutability and unstoppable contracts that were then immediately reversed with multiple hard forks. Vitalik and many others in the Ethereum space are known scammers. Vitalik is not an idiot and he knew better than to pitch something as ridiculous as quantum mining to investors. Another example is pitching turing completeness as the valuable aspect of ETH, now pivoting away from that and saying it was never about turing completeness but "rich statefulness." \- [Gregory Maxwell: “Vitalik Buterin Ran A Quantum Computer Scam”](http://www.newsbtc.com/2016/08/17/gregory-maxwell-vitalik-buterin-ran-quantum-computer-scam/) \- [Quantum Computing and Bitcoin with Vitalik Buterin](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DkUpZkeqhF4) \- [Vitalik’s Quantum Scam](https://medium.com/bitcoinerrorlog/vitaliks-quantum-quest-9e6af6570f23) Unlike Ethereum, Bitcoin's issuance rate and maximum supply are clearly defined and they will never change. Ethereum's inflation rate, maximum supply, and final algo are not even defined and people are investing in this. This is insane and it basically amounts to faith in Vitalik and his team. While at the same time newbies are misled into believing that Ethereum is decentralized. Meanwhile, Vitalik has full control over the whole project. Does anybody else here remember the DAO smart contract? Someone found a way to drain ETH and some of Vitalik's buddies lost a ton of ETH, so he rolled back the entire blockchain because Ethereum is centralized, Vitalik is the leader of it, and everyone in the Ethereum community agrees with him, so he can do whatever he wants with Ethereum. He chose to change the name of the real Ethereum blockchain to Ethereum Classic and calls his rolled back blockchain Ethereum. Not long ago ETH miners said they weren't going to follow Vitalik into adding a ponzi style transaction fee burn, so Vitalik, the leader of Ethereum, called their consensus a 51% attack and changed the rules. The fact that Ethereum has switched over to staking rewards also has serious tax implication in many countries where merely holding your ETH being staked will expose users to legal tax obligations. Exchanges for example must send a 1099-MISC to the IRS on behalf of any American user earning $600 in a year. Proof-of-Stake also makes it so the already rich whales control the network and will be collecting compounding interest to dump on the open market. Ethereum has already failed to scale as expected and so they have hard forked again and switched to a proof-of-stake consensus algorithm and started over from scratch (formerly referred to as Ethereum 2.0). This was easily done because Ethereum is centralized and everybody in the Ethereum community goes along with whatever their leader Vitalik says. I have no expectation that this new Ethereum will be any more successful than the previous Ethereum and this new Ethereum is still a centralized project that is controlled and ran by scammers. [Now Vitalik is already laying the groundwork for some more hype and suggesting a re-brand to Ethereum 3.0!](https://i.imgur.com/mxIzBYK.mp4) Ethereum scam part 1 - [Here we focus on the Ethereum token pre-sale which to anyone with any financial experience, is an obvious sale of an unlicensed unregistered security.](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wUUVlatCvp0) Ethereum scam part 2 - [Here we take a look at the value & business proposition of Decentralized Smart Contracts and why it's one of the dumbest ways to make your business more efficient.](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mCiHTJRbIf4) Ethereum scam part 3 - [The Ethereum scam part 3.](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BgFXqVpGDNg) https://medium.com/startup-grind/i-was-wrong-about-ethereum-804c9a906d36 \- [Ethereum and Ethereum Classic are scams and so are the developers that build on them](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxtVLjCxPDU) Institutional investors have no interest in ETH and this report titled ["An Institutional Investor's Take on Cryptoassets"](https://s3.eu-west-2.amazonaws.com/john-pfeffer/An+Investor's+Take+on+Cryptoassets+v6.pdf) details why. This report even explains that when Ethereum's fees get too high and things don't go as planned, users will switch (and are switching) to use a different centralized cryptocurrency. You can already see this happening right now with all of the "ETH killers." That report also explains why institutional investors are interested in BTC. "The Ethereum blockchain growing 85 terabytes per year is totally fine. If you have even one person that just keeps buying like a hundred dollar hard drive like I think once every month then they can store it." ―Vitalik Buterin Source: https://i.imgur.com/1FZdLC5.mp4 Over 99% of altcoins were created to enrich their founders and over 99% of them have no future. None of them are as secure, as decentralized, or launched as fairly as Bitcoin. Satoshi created Bitcoin to allow online payments to be sent directly from one person to another without trust or permission from anyone else. Bitcoin had no premine, no developer fund, no developer tax, and no leader. Satoshi never sold, made no profit, got no fame for his real identity, removed himself from the project, and he gave a two month heads up before he launched Bitcoin. Bitcoin is decentralized and trustless with the full nodes in control of the protocol rules. And Bitcoin doesn't have a person, CEO, or company in charge of it or leading it. Satoshi took careful steps to make sure that the world would look back and observe that Bitcoin was launched fairly: * No premine (Satoshi didn’t grant himself any coins) * Gave a 2 month heads up before launching the network (no sudden release and no mining before release) * Coins had no value for 1.5 years so they circulated freely (it's not even possible for an altcoin to replicate this) * Satoshi never cashed out (unlike every other cryptocurrency founder)

CEO of Bitcoin doesn't identify with any specific religion.

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Just ask Saylor (the CEO) to enter the BTC research team

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#Dogecoin Con-Arguments Below is a Dogecoin con-argument written by CreepToeCurrentSea. > Dogecoin is a cryptocurrency that was created by IBM engineers as a joke aimed at cryptocurrency investors on December 6, 2013. It was regarded as the first meme coin, featuring the well-known meme dog "Doge." It has had its fair share of criticisms and triumphs, as well as media problems, particularly with regard to Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, who also considers himself the "Dogefather." Dogecoin is now in the top ten in terms of cryptocurrency market capitalization, with a trading volume of around $233,000,000, and is down 90% from its all-time high. > > # CON's > > **Memecoin Limitations** > > * Even though it has progressed from being created as a joke to a now well-known coin in the top 10, Dogecoin is still limited to being considered a "memecoin." Even recent articles from news and social media outlets see Dogecoin as nothing more than a memecoin with a historical advantage over other memecoins. There isn't much innovation going on in the development of Dogecoin, either. While they may have developed a wallet and have some other dev blogs, it still doesn't keep up with the development of the other coins in the top ten by marketcap. The main point of this argument is that Dogecoin's utility is limited to being called money; aside from that, there isn't much going on right now that would significantly impact their position, and they may eventually be labeled a memecoin. > > **Unlimited Supply** > > * There will only be 21 million BTC available, with the final one expected in 2140. In comparison to Doge, which is theoretically endless in supply, it is an undesirable asset to hedge against inflation when paired with infinite mining, which will demand more advanced mining equipment in the future. It also doesn't help that it utilises the Proof of Work concensus, which necessitates a growth in miners in order to maintain the infinitely increasing amount of transactions. If Dogecoin and it's community is really serious about being one of the real deals of crypto, it must find a way to overcome a inflationary limitations imposed on it's code. > > **Price Manipulation by Famous People** > > * It's no secret that notable celebrities and artists are voicing their support for Dogecoin on social media. While this type of support is not illegal and does not depict any known premeditated acts of a pump and dump, it does not stop retail investors, day traders, long term hodlers, and whales from anticipating any post/interaction made by these celebrities with Doge and using the hype it created as an exploitative exit liquidity. Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, is the most well-known famous person that has been public about Doge. There are other celebrities and musicians (Snoop Dogg, Gene Simmons, Marques Brownlee, YouTubers Jake Paul and Logan Paul), but Elon has gathered the most popular backing, to the point where he was sued in federal court in Manhattan for $258 billion in damages. According to the plaintiff, Musk utilized his vast social media influence to promote the memecoin, fraudulently inflating its price. > > *Sources:* > > [*https://dogecoin.com/*](https://dogecoin.com/) > > [*https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/dogecoin#markets*](https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/dogecoin#markets) > > [*https://www.reddit.com/r/dogecoin/*](https://www.reddit.com/r/dogecoin/) > > [*https://foundation.dogecoin.com/*](https://foundation.dogecoin.com/) > > [*https://www.benzinga.com/markets/cryptocurrency/22/10/29387913/is-elon-musk-finally-giving-utility-to-dogecoin-twitter-reportedly-working-on-crypto-walle*](https://www.benzinga.com/markets/cryptocurrency/22/10/29387913/is-elon-musk-finally-giving-utility-to-dogecoin-twitter-reportedly-working-on-crypto-walle) > > [*https://www.dmarge.com/dogecoin-price-prediction*](https://www.dmarge.com/dogecoin-price-prediction) > > [*https://www.gfinityesports.com/cryptocurrency/dogecoin-how-many-coins-in-circulation-is-there-a-cap/*](https://www.gfinityesports.com/cryptocurrency/dogecoin-how-many-coins-in-circulation-is-there-a-cap/) > > [*https://www.ft.com/content/2c3dd96c-b1b1-42fd-ab46-8b4791bf1270*](https://www.ft.com/content/2c3dd96c-b1b1-42fd-ab46-8b4791bf1270) > > [*https://bitcoinafrica.io/2022/02/28/famous-dogecoin-supporters/*](https://bitcoinafrica.io/2022/02/28/famous-dogecoin-supporters/) > > [*https://finance.yahoo.com/news/8-celebrities-were-barking-dogecoin-205843101.html*](https://finance.yahoo.com/news/8-celebrities-were-barking-dogecoin-205843101.html) > > [*https://www.reuters.com/legal/transactional/elon-musk-sued-258-billion-over-alleged-dogecoin-pyramid-scheme-2022-06-16/*](https://www.reuters.com/legal/transactional/elon-musk-sued-258-billion-over-alleged-dogecoin-pyramid-scheme-2022-06-16/) ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Dogecoin) to find submissions for other topics.

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Bro you actually think these companies are only making 5% profit... LMAO you're still trapped in the matrix... That's just what they declare... CEO bonusses wrapped up in tax free pension schemes and trusts, assets being bought as stores of value that are then offset on their books that are then used to take loans out that they can offset against their future yearly books. These things exist... I'm self employed sole trader not even an LLC and the amount of things I used to be eligible to declare for tax right offs is laughable... these lists only get larger and easier the bigger and more convoluted a corporation is. They hire the ebst Accountants and everything they do is geared towards making their highest earners so shareholders, CEO's and probably a few other bonus eligible job roles more money. You're actually having a laugh... Although you're not wrong in the first part the bubble's absolutely are being caused by those things... Its just it was quite easy to read between the lines in the meme to see that that was being suggested...

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It’s natural to want to raise prices as a CEO. It’s extremely natural. India & Canada have a non-profit buying app (India Paytem) which normally costs nothing to buy things. Here in the US it’s typically 3%. Shes still on Venus wandering around trying to do something when ppl are being bent over in the fiat system. Why does it remain so? People are making a shit-ton of money off it buttressed by a corrupt system.

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[EDIT posted without links as the bot didn't like one of them...] > For Blackrock, this is obviously a science experiment. Yes, it's their first experiment, and it has grown from a value of $100M 10 weeks ago by a factor of 4.6x, so it seems to be going well... Larry Fink (the Blackrock CEO) has said that this is only the beginning: > "We believe the next step going forward will be the tokenization of financial assets, and that means every stock, every bond will have its own QIP (qualified institutional placement); it’ll be on one general ledger ... but the most important thing is we could customize strategies through tokenization that fit every individual. We would have instantaneous settlement ... because it’s just a line item." ` As per the last line in that quote, I think you're missing part of the point of tokenization. > The whole point of tokenization of an asset is not that the asset exists (which will be true with or without tokenization), but to facilitate transfer between parties. The method of settlement is an important part of transfer, not just the total number of transactions or their value. Ethereum transfers about $32 Billion in value per day (or about $11.9 Trillion per year) - comparable to the Visa network's $14.8 Trillion last year, but what makes it interesting is that it does so without the need for intermediaries and in a completely open, permissionless and transparent way... in the words of SEC Commissioner Mark Uyeda yesterday: > “Tokenization may provide transactions with a higher level of security, transparency, and immutability. It also may remove the need for most intermediaries, streamlining the process and reducing transaction costs.” It's not just about transaction volume.

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> For Blackrock, this is obviously a science experiment. Yes, it's their first experiment, and it has grown from a value of $100M 10 weeks ago by a factor of 4.6x, so it seems to be going well... Larry Fink (the Blackrock CEO) has said that this is only the beginning: > "We believe the next step going forward will be the tokenization of financial assets, and that means every stock, every bond will have its own QIP (qualified institutional placement); it’ll be on one general ledger ... but the most important thing is we could customize strategies through tokenization that fit every individual. We would have instantaneous settlement ... because it’s just a line item." [https://finance.yahoo.com/news/larry-finks-blackrock-deploys-100m-150012952.html] ` As per the last line in that quote, I think you're missing part of the point of tokenization. > The whole point of tokenization of an asset is not that the asset exists (which will be true with or without tokenization), but to facilitate transfer between parties. The method of settlement is an important part of transfer, not just the total number of transactions or their value. Ethereum transfers about $32 Billion in value per day (or about $11.9 Trillion per year) [https://money-movers.info/] - comparable to the Visa network's $14.8 Trillion last year [https://annualreport.visa.com/financials/default.aspx], but what makes it interesting is that it does so without the need for intermediaries and in a completely open, permissionless and transparent way... in the words of SEC Commissioner Mark Uyeda yesterday: > “Tokenization may provide transactions with a higher level of security, transparency, and immutability. It also may remove the need for most intermediaries, streamlining the process and reducing transaction costs.” [https://x.com/EleanorTerrett/status/1801618634898383294] It's not just about transaction volume.

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Someone call the CEO of Stacks

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Thanks for the input. Bitcoin CEO is aware of the problem.

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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.

Shibtoshi CEO of Squidgrow owns over 48,000 BTC

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Even Galaxy Digital CEO has more to offer but only if he could.

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tldr; Galaxy Digital CEO Mike Novogratz argues that meme coins, often seen as lacking utility, actually hold significant value in the crypto economy due to their strong narratives and humor. With a combined market cap exceeding $60 billion, Novogratz highlights two ways to profit from meme coins: investing in those with humor and creating new ones. Despite skepticism from some industry leaders about their utility, meme coins like Daddy Tate have shown substantial gains, indicating their potential for financial success. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

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> Should the Nokia CEO be put in jail because I may use my phone to violently hit a stranger walking down the street? Only if you're really using a NOKIA for that... *not every job requires a hammer.*

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The Bitcoin CEO keeps a copy of all Seeds in his iCloud Account.

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The CEO of Bitcoin thinks that this numismatic gem is very undervalued, definitely HODL!

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There were 3 instances to get "free XRP", none were technically "airdrops" because that concept didn't exist(neither did ICO's, DEX's or Stablecoins) 2 of which were later invented by XRP. The 1st instance would of been on the creation of the genesis ledger, the entire supply was in a wallet and the private key to that wallet was posted in the public code base here https://github.com/XRPLF/rippled/blob/ffd453f7dd091b0499fd6ab964880c8268deead4/src/ripple/app/misc/NetworkOPs.cpp#L852-L854 Anyone could of taken as little or as much XRP as they liked at the time and many prominent people in the community at the time did (Roger ver, EX Kraken CEO Jesse) are some examples. At the time it was worth 0$, and people were taking it to experiment with the tech/ledger because it was a brand new consensus method. Also at the time its name would of been "XNS" as we can see from this code push which created the 100 Billion supply. https://github.com/XRPLF/rippled/commit/f0e3383856a8923e55b0f10e7822de9031b7159e it wouldnt be changed to "XRP" as we know it now until a few months later in late 2012 with this code push https://github.com/XRPLF/rippled/commit/d02356650108c110e706843574f731ad980c25d1 2nd time was when Ripple gave away XRP to anyone on the bitcoin talk forums for free in early 2013 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=145506.0 the 3rd time would of been later in 2013 around may/june where they gave away XRP for free to people on facebook at the time for simply posting their address. This "idea" / instance of giving away XRP led to the one of the founders/creators eventually getting fired from his own company (Jed Mcaleb) which would lead to some lawsuits he would later lose and settle with Ripple.

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Everyone here is too busy grabbing the low-hanging fruit and making jokes, but he literally did meet with the leadership of CleanSpark and Riot and the Bitcoin (Magazine) CEO. So while he might be butchering the message, I think he genuinely does understand the benefits.

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He needs to set up a meeting with the CEO of Bitcoin.

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Congrats! Had a word with the CEO, he's on it.

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Legendary big cycle? Who promised you that? CEO of bitcoin.

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„Has reportedly said“ So basically my uncle works at ICBC and hears the CEO saying, type of story?

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There is a quote in the article from the CEO of droppGroup that I agree with. >Nvidia will continue its exponential growth for the time being and overtake Apple, as we witness a new era where AI-centric companies don’t just participate but dominate. This current shift will mirror the tech takeover in the Fortune 500, where the technology companies of today supplanted industrial giants. The demand for computing power is just starting to rise and as long as we don’t see a major technological advancement that outperforms AI, we are set for at least 5-10 years of AI dominance.

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Wich CEO FED? Because im shocket i Had Long Positions

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CEO lowered the prices.

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What is not wrong with ledger? The CEO is not the answer, check WBD with him.

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#Lightning Network Pro-Arguments Below is a Lightning Network pro-argument written by Blendzi0r. > # What is Lightning Network and why is it needed? > > Lightning Network is a layer 2 protocol (just like e.g. Optimistic Rollups are layer 2 solutions for ETH) designed to solve scalability problem. Scalability, to put it simply, is how many transactions per second (TPS) can be performed. As of now, Bitcoin is not scalable, meaning it can perform very few transactions compared not only to PayPal or Visa, but also to many other cryptocurrencies. This results in congestion - high fees and delayed transactions. Lightning Network is to solve Bitcoin’s scalability problem. > > > # What are Lightning Network's pros? > > **It's Fast** > > As mentioned in the introduction, Lightning Network helps Bitcoin perform more TPS. In order to use LN, users have to set up (fund) a **payment channel**/node. After setting up the channel, all direct transactions made with someone who also set up a payment channel are free and fast – the speed of transactions depends on the internet speed of users. Theoretically, there are no limits as to the number of payments that can be made per second. > > **It's Cheap** > > It is important to note that it is possible to make transactions with people with whom you do not have payment channels set up. This is what the “Network” part of the name stands for. If you do not have a direct payment channel set up with someone you want to transact with, you can make this transaction via other people (nodes) who have such a connection (it is called **payment routing**). This is when you will also have to pay a very small fee to each node that the transaction goes through. LN always searches for the shortest route to reach the receiver of your payment but those **commissions are insignificant** anyway. > > This is even less of an issue when you take into consideration that **you can make an infinite number of transactions between payment channels on LN** and, therefore, avoid current high fees on Bitcoin blockchain. > > **It's Private** > > Except two transactions: opening (funding) a payment channel and closing it, all **transactions made between LN users are not recorded on the blockchain**. They are not public. On top of that, LN uses onion routing known from Tor (The Onion Router). > > The only agents that can see transaction made on Lightning Network are those who participate in them (they can see who they received the payment from and who they sent the payment to) > > **It's Secure** > > Lightning Network uses a technology called HTLC – **Hashed Timelock Contract**. It is a smart contract that eliminates the counterparty risk as it facilitates time-bound transactions. Put simply, it means that people have to accept payments by providing cryptographic proof in a given time. > > There are also Watchtower nodes - third parties whose job is to prevent fraud within Lightning Network. If anything goes wrong during a transaction, e.g. one of the parties goes offline or commits a malicious act, the funds are returned to the other party (funds are safu) > > **Reduces the load on Bitcoin’s blockchain** > > Since all the transactions between payment channels on Lightning Network are performed off-chain, it reduces the load on Bitcoin’s blockchain. This mean that transactions even for people who will not use LN might become much cheaper and much faster if enough people use LN. > > **Does not require a fork** > > As a layer 2 protocol, Lightning Network does not require any forking, so **there is no risk of a hard fork** (hard fork divides blockchains into two separate blockchains/currencies. This is how e.g. Bitcoin Cash was created). All the transactions are performed off-chain, so the Bitcoin block size does not have to be changed. > > **It made it possible for Bitcoin to become a legal tender in El Salvador** > > Lightning Network was tested in El Salvadoran beach town of El Zonte. Despite terrible internet connection and other technological limitations in the town, 90% of families in El Zonte made Bitcoin transactions using LN and the success of this experiment encouraged the president of El Salvador to make Bitcoin legal tender in his country. On September 7, El Salvador became the first country in the world to embrace Bitcoin as legal tender thanks to LN. > > **Endorsed by Jack Dorsey, Twitter CEO** > > Lightning Network was completed in 2017 and its adoption process was rather slow. However, the situation changed around 2020. More and more parties are adopting LN, including crypto exchanges. Jack Dorsey is known to be a great enthusiast of LN. He donated money to the Lighting Labs, developers of software that powers LN. He also makes it clear that he wants Twitter to integrate LN. > > **Lightning Network is not only for Bitcoin** > > Lightning Network can be used with virtually any other cryptocurrency. Altcoins that use or used LN include e.g. Litecoin (cheaper transactions were always Litecoin’s advantage over BTC, but if BTC adopts LN, this advantage will disappear), ZCash, XRP, Monero or Stellar. > > The key-takeaway is that **Lightning Network makes it possible for Bitcoin to become an actual currency** and not only a store of value. And this is what Satoshi Nakamoto, Bitcoin’s creator, envisioned. > > ^(Sources:) > > ^(https://lightning.network/lightning-network-paper.pdf) > > ^(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lightning\\Network) > > ^(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J3cQNpOR\\a0) > > ^(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XCSfoiD8wUA) > > ^(https://www.reuters.com/business/el-salvadors-bitcoin-beach-town-digital-divide-slows-uptake-2021-06-14/) > > ^(https://www.wired.com/story/the-lightning-network-could-make-bitcoin-faster-and-cheaper/) > > ^(https://cointelegraph.com/lightning-network-101/altcoins-with-lightning-network-support) > > ^(https://blockchainsimplified.com/blog/bitcoin-lightning-network-vs-ethereum-plasma/) ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Lightning_Network) to find submissions for other topics.

I have heard it is stored under the mattress of the bitcoin CEO.

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yes, just got a email from lykke confirming that: "Dear (...) Lykke UK and Lykke Corp AG (Lykke) suffered an attack on their infrastructure on June 4. The affected systems were immediately shut down to limit damage. The identified security breaches have been thoroughly examined and fully addressed. With solid capital reserves and a diverse portfolio, Lykke maintains strong financial stability. Clients’ funds are safe and will be recovered. The internal investigation conducted identified the IP addresses of the attacker, who stole more than $22 million of crypto assets. A criminal investigation against this person is ongoing. An external cybersecurity company has been contracted and works on blocking and recovering the stolen assets. We are keeping the exchange closed as a preventive measure. We deeply apologize for the inconvenience and concern this attack has caused all affected clients and partners. Richard Olsen CEO & founder of Lykke"

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Their former-CEO current-chairman [got all pissy because he couldn't say the n-word and call women less intelligent](https://www.thedailybeast.com/kraken-ceo-jesse-powell-says-hell-manage-out-any-woke-employees-the-hard-way), and seems to spend most of his current time bitching about trans people on Twitter

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Softwar does a good job of laying it out from a ground level in a pretty easy to digest but highly academic manner. Essentially everything we do uses energy. Right now, we exchange our energy for something called money that is somewhat of an abstract tool used to obtain the things we want and need in life. That abstract tool has been abused and manipulated in such a way that those who participate in this system are playing a game on which the winners are already decided. Bitcoin takes that raw energy that everyone needs and puts it on a distributed ledger that has a novel incentive system built on which rewards participants and maintainers of this ledger. Your energy output is no longer stored in a fiat currency but something that is most representative to the value of energy. Bitcoin. How do we know this value is correct? Because you can't print more of it like the current abstract too you use to obtain your wants and needs. Oh, and when you go to use it, nobody is going to ask you what you're going to use it for. This is what we call permissionless. And the fact that there are many maintainers of this ledger around the world is where you get the concept of trustless. Math has had proofs for hundreds of years now. You aren't trusting that the software that Bank CEO man is accurate. You are trusting 100's of years of math proofs that this ledger is correct. In closing, it's coming for the world as we see freedoms eroded. This video speaks very close to people who live under oppressive governments. https://youtube.com/shorts/Hyczp7hQLZA?si=JZZby8EmsrZXwqsa

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An example of the too good to be true: Any youtube video where you see a major CEO, like Musk or Saylor, promising that if you send in some btc, they will send you back double... Every single one of those is a scam. Do not send anything in.

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tldr; In May, tokens in the Real-World Asset (RWA) tokenization market outperformed major cryptocurrencies, achieving a 61.98% growth rate, surpassing Ethereum's 26.1% and Bitcoin's 14%. This surge is attributed to high-profile tokenizations and positive regulatory discussions, such as Galaxy Digital's tokenized loan secured by a Stradivarius violin and a U.S. Financial Services Committee hearing on tokenizing real-world assets. Industry leaders, including BlackRock CEO Larry Fink, are optimistic about tokenization's potential to revolutionize financial transactions. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

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Only in a very broad sense. They will buy government bonds from commercial banks to inject money into the system, but they will also ideally later sell them back to balance their books. Also that's a bit besides the point. They don't have a CEO and when they run a surplus they just return the money to the government so saying they just want to make money is ridiculous.

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A couple weeks ago I posted that if there was an app that was Bitcoin only, that acted as an all-in-one exchange, lightning, custodian, and P2P that was so easy to use your grandma could use it, that nothing would advance adoption more. I got a lot of responses telling me to check out Strike. I had seen their CEO, Jack Mallers make some pretty impressive interviews, imo, so I was excited to check it out. After using it a week I am thoroughly impressed. I like how it is streamlined and does not market any altcoin, which will make it much easier to use for those trying to get into "Crypto" but don't realize Bitcoin is the only true Cryptocurrency. Side note, but I am starting to hear a great deal of negative sentiment about Venmo, and if people want a more reliable alternative, this could be a compelling contender.

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Not all of them. It's not like all their editors are on one side. FWIW, they don't write short clickbait articles that are pervasive nowadays but are closer to investigative journalism. [Bitcoin is back?](https://www.vox.com/business-and-finance/24090693/bitcoin-record-high-crypto) [What is the point of crypto?](https://www.vox.com/the-goods/23071245/bitcoin-price-crypto-ethereum-nfts-defi-stablecoin) (by a crypto supporter) [Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse explains why big banks should get into cryptocurrencies](https://www.vox.com/recode/2019/5/20/18631886/ripple-brad-garlinghouse-banks-bitcoin-blockchain-cryptocurrency-xrp-kara-swisher-podcast-interview)

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Yep the CEO just fixed the price on demand of the shareolders

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