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DecentraWorld [$DEWO] | Ecosystem of DApps w/ Privacy protocols by default | Privacy Layer 2 Block Chain & DEX launch incoming | Huge Marketing Push | 4 CEX set to list | Launched 72 hours ago | Over 17k TG | $4M Market Cap | Doxxed & Audit through PinkSale | Amazing layer 2 blockchain at Low MC

DecentraWorld [$DEWO] | Ecosystem of DApps w/ Privacy protocols by default | Privacy Layer 2 Block Chain & DEX launch incoming | Huge Marketing Push | 4 CEX set to list | Launched 72 hours ago | Over 17k TG | $4M Market Cap | Doxxed & Audit through PinkSale | Amazing layer 2 blockchain at Low MC

who hold UST on CEX till now?

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Terra Help needed

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What coins would you DCA into if you would aim for a monthly DCA strategy until 2025

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Burn Luna | Whitelist Presale Live! | 5% $BUSD Rewards | Fair Taxes: 5% Token burn each 10k mcap | 1% burn starting at 100k mcap Burn Luna

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Kraken lets you trade cryptos with usd, euros and no stablecoin, and it's rock solid as they come. So why on earth do we need stablecoins? Seriously, I don't get it, it looks fucked up to me.

A simple guide on how to avoid the next Crypto Ponzi and how to stop giving people like Do Kwon your hard-earned shekels.

A simple guide on how to avoid the next Luna and how to stop giving people like Do Kwon your hard-earned shekels.

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Readjusting Risk Tolerance

UST is still salvagable!

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Explanation of how USDT could burn $8 billion with $0 redemptions

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IDEAS 💡 - Tier 1 YouTube Promotion Out! 1 Million IDS Burned 🔥

If a CEX could be trusted to hold your funds, Satoshi Nakamoto would have never created Bitcoin

How big is the risk of centralized exchanges?

My Staking game is a C+ slightly above average. Needs improvement

I believe I have found the next Meme moonshot (for the not so distant future)

I have found the next Shiba Inu……I think

What is next for UST?

After a ton of research, I believe I have identified the next meme coin that will create millionaires, much like Doge/Shiba.

After a ton of research, I believe I have identified the next meme coin that will create millionaires, much like Doge/Shiba.

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Binance Probable Legal Action?

How to short Crypto using DeFi lending protocols: a guide on losing money faster using Harmony One and Avalanche

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Can the attacker who crashed Terra Luna, UST make the same move on other crypto projects?

My hand has been forced, I must finally take DCA seriously.

With stablecoins dumping, here is an arbitrage oppurtunity I found in my local exchange

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LUNA and UST and Terra (My Own ViewPoint)

LUNA and UST and Terra (My Own ViewPoint)

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We need to talk about Tether

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Money Floki |Fair Launch In 15 Minutes | Active Developers with great community | The project has 3 partners | Next 100x gem | Big Potential

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The Whales Are Leaving

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The next chapter for Terra - will it be an interesting case of a projects recovery?

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I need an ELI5 on Coinbase

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Let me know if I’m on base here

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Anyone needing to cash out their UST, do not send to a CEX they are blocking transactions and suspending withdrawls of UST. Your money could end up stick in while it drops in value.

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Sheba | Cat Meme Token | $200K market cap | All time high $1.5M | CEX listing plans | Sheba NFT’s previews available soon | BNB Rewards | Huge Potential .

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Best way to DCA bitcoin daily/weekly with small amounts ($5 daily $35weekly) and minimum fees? In terms of CEX’s I only have access to Coinbase and Gemini :/

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If you must sell, don’t give CEXs power to manipulate

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FLEX - a DEX faster than a CEX, will be a game changer in defi

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Cat Gold Coin| 36K market cap | Great Entry Point | NFTS coming | Community Driven | Not yet on CG and CMC

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Monogamy is the way for CEX!

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What's the Bigger Hurdle to Adoption?

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So what is your leading theory on why coins are down so much?

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Don't underestimate CDC and CRO's ability to make a come back in this irrational market with a very short memory. However shitty and shady it was, it wouldn't be the first time a shit-show is quickly forgotten and starts making money again.

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Tools helping make DEXs more accessible

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Crypto.com shows that the avg. holder doesn't understand the one simple rule of crypto. Don't Trust ANYONE with your assets. Especially a CEX.

Mentions

Network congestion, most likely. Which CEX are you using?

Mentions:#CEX

Well I’m assuming you can understand it and it’s as easy to use as it’s ever been between wallets or CEX/DEX. How often do you use it now? How many times a month?

Mentions:#CEX#DEX

Update 2: didn’t realize it was gonna cost 30-34,000 sats for each transaction. Seems kinda high. Is this because of the CEX the coins left? Or because of network congestion? Combo of both?

Mentions:#CEX

usually new projects put some decent amount of liquidity to AMM DEX LP for the pair traded against stablecoin or native crypto of the chain (i.e., ETH in ethereum or BNB in BSC). so Bob in this case would take away the profit from that LP. if this is a coin that's been traded for sometimes, usually the same coin would have enough buy orders on CEX'es as well (centralized exchanges). If the coin had no liquidity, then yes, Bob would not be able to sell in your scenario

Pretty much any CEX will ask you to go through some form of KYC.

Mentions:#CEX

The snapshot discussed in the proposal is supposed to take place 5/27. Seems like there will be an airdrop for users on CEX’s if that’s where you’re holding it. If you’re playing the LUNA game, it’ll probably play out slowly in my opinion so be ready for that. I put like $100 in bc if I lose it, oh well. R/R seemed p good.

Mentions:#CEX#LUNA

You can’t stake Bitcoin. You are lending it so it’s only possible to do on a CEX if you want to earn interest. I think there’s better places that offer higher interest than CDC though!

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I’m beginning to think anything within the CEX is all a big scam. Once again the retail investor gets fucked

Mentions:#CEX

Might? even dexes have that problem, bruh on the Kadena chain, one of the dexes tried to be out faster than Kaddex and it was found out that it was just because VC's wanted to do insider trading and sell their tokens out This shit is a daily happening, from CEX to DEX to whatever else there is in between, i bet even Tether has that Be careful out there folks, never get into a newly launched project Wait a bit and be safe, patience pays off big

Mentions:#CEX#DEX

We both know its counter to your business model but a move towards crypto utilisation rather than speculative trading Which ultimately would be the removal of central points of failure such as a CEX So moving Binance from a CEX to a development hub

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>Do Kwon already tweeted that ONLY LUNA that is in the Terra ecosystem at the time of the snapshot will be eligible for the airdrop. Anyone holding on CEX's will NOT be eligible and will miss out! This is shameless fraud imo.

Mentions:#LUNA#CEX

https://twitter.com/buhlaque/status/1486826118090997766?s=21&t=peJtxgQtWgcHL4pqoDHpww This forum post is where I got it from, but peeked at the block explorers and you can follow the money in the same path they describe. Just can’t see where the Luna at the beginning originated from or where the money goes after CEX.

Mentions:#CEX

Seems aight, though I think there are much easier alternatives I mean Kadena is much faster and still PoW so why not that? Algorand is Negative carbon (for a reason i dont like, admittedly ) but it is also faster and cheaper Seems strange to use those tokens when they're also kinda expensive to use to pay, unless a CEX is in the middle which would kinda negate the whole thing

Mentions:#CEX

Nano, and then swap in a CEX

Mentions:#CEX

You weren't aware Coinbase is god awful? Come over to Kraken and your CEX experience will improve. It is the best CEX hands down IMO.

Mentions:#CEX#IMO

This is what Terra was doing: Burn 5 million premined Luna for UST in small batches over many wallets -> aggregate into larger wallets and bridge to ERC20 UST -> swap to MIM at a favorable rate timed to when degenbox would open up the leveraged UST farm, using degenbox depositors as exit liquidity -> swap the MIM to USDT or another major stable -> send to CEX All of this is verifiable on-chain. It didn’t just fail. It failed specifically because they were siphoning out the liquidity from the system using above average returns paid in bad debt as an incentive. It was a slow rug and a ponzi.

The Problem with Crypto is: There is no space to learn. You fuck up, you done. Wrong adress? Done. Somehow leaked Private keys? Done. Lost private keys? Done. Getting scammed (common among older people)? Good luck getting that shit back trough law enforcment. No way whatsoever you are done. And if you use CEX or custodial wallets you might as well go to a bank, because thats what they basically are, so wheres the incentive to switch?? Crypto the way it's meant to be (decentralized, non-custodial) is just a niche project that people can't use, because it's prone to misusage.

Mentions:#CEX

Coinbase is a CEX that is highly effective as a fiat on/off ramp for crypto. Why people think this is “evil” is beyond me. Use CB to your advantage, but understand that CB is going to also use you to their advantage.

Mentions:#CEX#CB

No way. Crypto is all about putting on your big boy pants and taking responsibility for managing your own assets, being your own bank so to speak. If you decide to invest in a project with such flawed fundamentals without doing research or understanding the economics you have no right to complain when it fails. Especially if you decide to use a CEX which in many ways is antithetical to cryptos vision. It's ridiculous that so many people are asking for refunds, it is this kind of childish behaviour that will lead to overregulation and the death of the space.

Mentions:#CEX

They don't have "personal" holdings..... It's customer deposits that the CEX holds in trust. Hence why everyone says "not your keys, NOT your coins"

Mentions:#CEX

>Will Binance distribute the LUNA v2 it receives against the user's holding on Binance at time of snapshots? Do Kwon already tweeted that ONLY LUNA that is in the Terra ecosystem at the time of the snapshot will be eligible for the airdrop. Anyone holding on CEX's will NOT be eligible and will miss out! Heads up as well, if you own 10,000,000 LUNA v1 that were bought during/after the depegging and minting crazy ...... Your LUNA v2 airdrop will be less then 0.00001 LUNA v2 tokens. New investors will only be eligible for 15% of the LUNA v2 supply. The total LUNA v2 supply is 1 billion, so that means new investors who bought in during/since the drop will be eligible to pro rata share 150,000,000 LUNA v2. Do Kwon once again fucking everyone that came to Terra's aid when LUNAtics needed the liquidity the most to exit out of their plummeting in value positions! I'm just holding now for the class action lawsuits! Fuck, Binance better NEVER list LUNA v2 after this clusterfuck! Do Kwon has literally shit on EVERYONE! OG LUNA holders, new LUNA holders, every CEX that ever listed their coins.....

Mentions:#LUNA#CEX

Why wouldn't they? Easiest form of lobbying you could ever get, and the most dangerous thing about PoS with the proliferation of CEX and other front-ends.

Mentions:#CEX

You can use a CEX, dno if Bitget is available for you in the US, I've been using it with no issues (located in EU though). If you prefer a DEX and connecting your wallet, try out dydx.

Mentions:#CEX#DEX

Just take the win, dude. I had something similar once where I deposited money into a CEX and they credited me twice.

Mentions:#CEX

DeFi projects pay [millions for bug bounties](https://immunefi.com/explore/), which is many times more than CEX, where the payout may be [only a few k's lol](https://hackenproof.com/programs?categories=CEX).

Mentions:#CEX

doesn't sound right to me, do they airdrop to my wallet? What if I am in a CEX?

Mentions:#CEX

I always use ltc to transfer money off CEX. Cheapest fees I found

Mentions:#CEX

Exodus does support Ravencoin, which you might know. You can exchange other things for it in-app. (Again, with an unreasonably large spread compared to a CEX, which IIRC is much worse with Atomic - but...I did apparently get the "always" KYC wrong, so...) I know NY has strict crypto laws, but why would it allow Atomic but not Exodus? (Or does Exodus not allow Exodus in NY?) That said, have you considered using a VPN just in general, to an endpoint outside NY?

Mentions:#CEX

Woosh you've missed my entire point. It doesn't make sense to compare BCH to VISA without comparing BCH to the blockchain VISA is using..... Of course VISA is permissioned. The tech VISA is using **isn't** permissioned, non custodial, or even centralized. If you want to compare BCH to *a business* of course one is custodial and the other isn't. You can't do the same things using both though so it's a dumb thing to compare. It's like saying my garage sale is going to overtake Amazon because I don't ask for a login, like what that's not what we're talking about. If you're purposing BCH can overtake VISA then at least compare the tech not *your* access to it. Comparing tech it's cheaper and faster to use Ethereum than BCH. If you want access to cheap payments *without a physical card* (ie no longer competing with VISA) you would use an L2 instead. **If BCH has physical cards and can compete with VISA in a noncustodial way I'd like to hear it. ** What do you have to 'give up' to use an L2? Let's pick a real one, Arbitirium as an example, because I agree with you LN is wack. Same trust and security assumptions only now my data is compressed, I've given *nothing* up to save 99% on fees. The L2 is paying the L1 for blockspace so as fees grow larger (necessary for a sustainable security budget without inflation) individual fees shrink smaller. POS doesn't *scale* Ethereum. It reduces the *energy consumption* required to maintain security and not a thing more. L2's scale Ethereum and run on POW currently. BCH takes 3000 or 9000 block confirmations to settle because of how unsecure it is. That's like a 1-2 month wait to move from a CEX to wallet.. It's not realistic to use in almost any circumstance *especially* for payments. I don't know why comparing it to VISA was even purposed - if you're going to do that at least be honest with a direct comparison.

Take a look at Coinmetro, best CEX out there and they're launching a card soon

Mentions:#CEX

Binance is a bit of a trap. Be careful and read the TOS thoroughly before transfering funds. When it comes to money, you yourself are your only friend. Everyone else is an opportunist. If you can't store your BTC yourself, you must trust a middleman to hold it for you. Not only does Binance charge extortionate fees for transferring out, they have multiple security holes that can leave your vulnerable to hackers. There is no customer service at Binance and no recourse for you as a customer if Binance algorithms detect any unusual activity. When anything "unusual" is detected on the account, it is immediately locked. It will be up to you to prove to the Binance AI that you are who you say you are and also to provide proof of income, citizenship etc before regaining access to the funds in your account. As bad as this sounds, it still ignores the reality that if Binance were to go under they would almost certainly take the assets of their customers with them into financial oblivion. Tread at your own risk on Binance (or any CEX). With the high exit fees and low security and non existent customer service there really is no logical reason to use the service at all.

Mentions:#TOS#BTC#CEX

Then comes my next question...What is deemed a sustainable percentage of returns for stablecoins? \- Some CEX offer around 12% for a variety of stables. \- Some better known DeFi platforms offer around 2-6% for stablecoins/liquidity pools etc. Are these returns sustainable and relatively safer then?

Mentions:#CEX

IDK if the non-wealthy retail investor can in the U.S. on a regulated CEX. The best you might be able to do is go short on BITO and stocks like COIN, because if USDT blew up like UST/LUNA did, those would get hammered.

Does no one bother to understand HOW CEX's operate on their back ends.....

Mentions:#CEX

I think so, I looked at trust Wallet and I think (from my quick look at their FAQ) it looks good enough and they do offer guides to help you with crypto stuff. I don’t advise keeping anything on exchanges there is too much risk imo. You are also at the whims of government control which has already happened. I would advise to not use an app or CEX. If you hold just small amount it’s fine but if you hold bags then your also at risk from people near you and could get jumped, scammed , honeypot .. etc.. I’m not saying it would happen but you have to take your precautions like you get insurance for your house and vehicle. So, you have to figure out your situation and how secure you want to be. Then look at your options just like getting a bank account.

Mentions:#CEX

No APY is 'promised'. As I said it fluctuates according to demand. And it genuinely isn't 'skimming' anymore than your CEX is skimming when you buy bitcoin with a 0.3% trading fee ***if you're lucky***. It's providing a service, and services have value.

Mentions:#CEX

Crypto commissions and income are massive. FTX are routing orders straight to NASDAQ directly so you wont have a big spread like a typical crypto CEX order book. With their tech stack, they can easily offer free trades without breaking sweat to acquire more users - as a top crypto exchange they dont have to worry about profits unlike traditional tradfi brokers (robing hood, fidelity etc) who dont have a hugely profitable income source other than their brokerage fees, $7 per trade and now payment-for-order flow that all zero fee brokerages use for revenue. If you are a hotel charging $1000 per night, you arent really fussed about offering a free welcome drink...

Mentions:#FTX#CEX

When I used it, every time I tried to exchange between coins, it used changelly as their backend - which is a known total shit/fraud service. Who also demanded KYC. So I assumed at the time that was their one and only partner, since I never got another option. I've since learned (just now) that they have "multiple" backend partners, and (inexplicably) claim to not require KYC. So, I don't know what to believe, but it's at least possible that my "sucks" assessment was unfairly limited and biased. Using a wallet to exchange coins is going to be a ripoff regardless, so probably shouldn't be a gating factor for "legit" or just non-privacy-focused use-cases anyway. (For non-privacy use-cases, just send coins to a CEX, swap there for very little spread, then send back - assuming low % gas fees back and forth.) But either way for me, the lack of multiple portfolios in Atomic is a dealbreaker. Coinomi and Exodus have those. (And Coinomi IIRC uses TOR networking by default, and other privacy-enhancing features. Exodus supports multiple "portfolios", Coinomi supports multiple full-blown wallets in one app instance - but limited coins.) If you can say, what coin is missing from Exodus that Atomic has?

Mentions:#CEX#TOR

Yes. Staking is expensive and complicated (and you can get slashed and lose coins) if you don't use a CEX Parachains are all smoke so far. Nobody is developing anything there that's not available in many other chains. It was just a Dump with capitol D 2 years lock is just too much And I have a big ass bag...but reality kicked in time ago. A lot gotta change but the potential is there

Mentions:#CEX

Ohh the DSL supports many exchanges and it's so advantageous to any exchange using built on their layer because they enjoy faster and cheap transactions. Like I said before Tacen's Hybrid DEX is already building on the layer. The hDEX will combine both features of CEX and DEX in one exchange

Mentions:#DEX#CEX

Also funny how this is not intuition. I never bothered with any of those applications because I simply did not understand it. Native Staking in PoS, LP with % rewards from fees or low% rewards on a CEX make perfect sense to me. But if its not clear where the money is coming from…

Mentions:#CEX

#DEX Con-Arguments Below is an argument written by mic_droo which won 2nd place in the DEX Con-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Disclaimer: I wrote an entry on this in the last round and by accident deleted it (and can't find it in any cached versions either). I still have a similar opinion on DEXes, so this entry will probably be pretty similar. > > Crypto is a weird world, and many enter it because they think they can get rich quickly. They read about someone who got into some meme coin early before it exploded and became a millionaire - and they want to do the same. So they google around a bit, maybe get to a place like r/cryptomoonshots and see tokens that will gUaRaNtEeD gO 100x rocket emoji there. That token, of course, is only listed on Uniswap, or even more likely, Pancakeswap. So that newbie then goes there to buy that promising token - the thing is, DEXes are hell for inexperienced users. > > * **there is no vetting of the tokens**. Anyone can list anything on a DEX like Pancakeswap. And anyone can create a BEP20 token, enough websites exist that promise you to help you create a token in ["less than a minute"](https://vittominacori.github.io/bep20-generator/). This is similar on most other chains. This leads to [a LOT of scams, rug pulls and just shitcoins being listed on DEXes](https://coinmarketcap.com/alexandria/glossary/rug-pull). Sure, such coins exist on centralized exchanges as well, but you're less likely to run into a complete scam on Kraken than on Pancakeswap. > > * depending on the chain, **gas fees can be absurd**. again, this is especially bad for beginners: if they just want to dip their toes into crypto and buy $50 worth of some coin on Uniswap, if they're unlucky most of that will get eaten up by fees. While people love to complain about trading fees on centralized exchanges, the ~0.1% you pay there really don't compare to the gas fees on a DEX on many chains - and as they don't scale, this will hurt especially much for small amounts. > > * it is **extremely unintuitive**. Anyone can understand Coinbase - you transfer money, you buy a coin, you're done. Other exchanges get a bit more complicated, but most will understand stuff like limit buys somewhat quickly. But DEXes... what's Metamask? How do I get funds on there? What do you mean, I have to add another network? Wait, it's a browser add-on? That can't be safe! Honestly: it's absurd that nobody has made a better UI for that yet, both Metamask and DEXes look horribly unintuitive. > > * **you are your own bank**. Which can be cool if you know what you're doing, but that also means that nobody can help you if you do something wrong. Especially as a beginner, you are much more likely to lose all your funds on a DEX than through a hack or something on a CEX. > > For more experienced users, DEXes can be fine - but awful UI and limited functionality (no limit buys and sells etc) still often make it an unpleasant experience. While I might be in the minority, I usually prefer to stick to centralized exchanges. ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/r6rt5n/general_concepts_round_dex_conarguments_december/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_DEX) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds. Since this is a con-argument, what could be a better time to promote the Skeptics Discussion thread? You can find the latest thread [here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/umsqe8/monthly_optimists_discussion_may_2022/).

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#DEX Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by DaddySkates which won 3rd place in the DEX Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > DEX Pro Arguments > > To start of what is DEX? Decentralized exchanges or to put it short DEX are cryptocurrency exchanges that allow for direct p2p cryptocurrency transactions to take place online in a secure environment without any need for third party intermediary. > > But why are they good? > > - DEX allows us to have use and swap coins freely without any intermediary > > - DEX have no-one to take the fees so they are far cheaper than CEX > > - If you want to use a CEX you need KYC in most cases. With DEX you dont. > > - Not your keys not your coins? DEX allows you to keep your coins exactly where you want them. > > - Its a goldmine for more under the radar cryptocurrencies who are still in early developement > > - DEX offer high returns on staking and providing liquidity ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/pfornf/rcc_cointest_general_concepts_dex_proarguments/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_DEX) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

Mentions:#DEX#CEX

Here is a crypto billionaire and CEX owner explaining what crypto is, see for yourself: [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C6nAxiym9oc](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C6nAxiym9oc) And before you object - practically of of the tokens work like this, they have some additional bells and whistles, but they are mostly used to advertise the core concept described in the video. Original Bitcoin was probably the only token with some purpose (lets assume it was a good purpose), but it failed miserably at it. So no there is not nothing useful left in this so called "industry".

Mentions:#CEX

Because people “hodl” in the exchange. This assets are borrowed to enter short positions. Thats why. TAKE YOUR COINS OUT OF THE CEX

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Yea, on-chain. But the moving forces behind CEX and behind media were/are very much opaque and misunderstood. It's been a mock market, made and played by/for few against many ultimately. We'll see what the next iteration/evolution brings. The focus has been so much on token prices that the entire space turned drunk and stupid, the loud side of it anyway, even though there are so many smart people in the space. Innovation, adoption, and what actually mattered seemed to have become secondary and made place for the old and stupid that broke society in the first place. Nepotism and elitism, war, propaganda, etc.

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Its actually closer to 50% or slightly less for btc CEX (important to note here, DEXs tend to have a lot more pairs, even if its to a wrapped btc).

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Not exactly a negative, and I think CEX regulations/transparency will be great for the industry overall, but I wonder how withdrawals of coins will be impacted. Especially if exchanges need to keep a 1:1 reserve of each coin customers deposited, and not just a total USD amount (which would be next to impossible in a volatile market). Many crypto investors withdraw their funds after exchanging already, and while I'm sure the exchange is happy to trade against their customers to provide liquidity in the books, I wonder if exchange withdrawals of in-demand coins will be disabled more frequently. Still for it though. Transparency is like the ethos of crypto. CEXs shouldn't get a free pass.

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Any question I have about anything crypto is answered faster than any CEX customer support. Any wrong answers get picked apart just as fast by reddit detectives. The comment section on posts gets packed but im notified by reddit when my answer arrives. I would gladly pay for that kind of customer support but I dont have to because moons

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If you use Binance like me which is the most popular CEX, their BUSD stablecoin is audited too and 1:1 backed with USD.

Mentions:#CEX#BUSD

Alright, on such comments I say: be consistent! What is your stance on crypto? Here are two options: 1. The most important point is decentralization and becoming independent of inflationary, government-controlled fiat. In this case I agree with you. Nobody needs a government-issued stablecoin. However nobody needs any stablecoins, because they are - if they work - pegged to fiat. And CEX are bad in this stance, too, as they are centralized and can be easily regulated. 2. Stablecoins are important, as they help enabling crypto trading and allow tax optimization in some jurisdictions. But they should be properly backed so they work. In this case, a government-backed stablecoin (or rather digital version of fiat) would be the best that could happen to crypto. What we have right now would run much more smoothly with a less risk, adoption would become significantly easier. I can respect the first option, I’m somewhat leaning towards that myself at times. But if we assume that stance, we should fight against any centralized entity in crypto, no exchanges, no coins controlled/issued by a company (this excludes a lot of altcoins). Focus only on BTC and ETH, have it only in your own wallet, make sure there’s no KYC involved anywhere, so privacy is ensured. If you want the second option, with crypto being for investment, lending, trading,…, embrace all regulation that makes crypto safer for investors! And hope for official stablecoins for all major currencies (if EUR and USD as the two biggest currencies are available it’s basically done, though…)!

Mentions:#CEX#BTC#ETH

Luna has literally no reason to exist besides UST (and other currencies like EUT) Seriously. Without Terra it's basically just a carbon copy of BSC with more validators, slower, and not backed by a CEX megacorp.

Mentions:#UST#EUT#CEX

In theory I'm into it. If my negligible earned BAT could be stored in a major CEX at no extra charge, I'd be invested.

Mentions:#BAT#CEX

What CEX or DEX is going to turn down those trading fees when the demand to trade is high? They’ll delist if trade volume is low. So we got the power.

Mentions:#CEX#DEX

For instance: (1) Binance suspended trading on Luna and UST (I never had LUNA but still, kinda lame of them to block trades. The same thing happened with SOL sometime ago). CEX can lock your coins in such occasions. (2) Rumors of Coinbase going bankrupt etc. Better keep your coins on a wallet than on CEX. Not your keys, not your coins.

Any news on the future of UST bought in a CEX?

Mentions:#UST#CEX

Let's take this step by step Let's say I'm s CEX/ DEX and I'm like a miniature of the entire crypto space. I have ETH and maybe 3- 5 other more fiat liquid assets ( can change into fiat) on my platform. The rest 99%+ are majority traded in USDT. So 1. ~11% fiat 2. ~9% other stable coins 3.~ 80% USDT ( e.g Binance is mainly USDT) I see that USDT is about to go tits up do decide to switch to USDC. I've only got 3 options: 1) Buy USDC outright with fiat and hopefully convince 80% of users to switch to it. Note there are also USDT leveraged positions. Which would automatically make this impossible but let's say you can. However this would essentially be a cash injection for free on my part. I would be spending billions of my money to convert USDT into USDC. Plus making all my USDT worthless. So if I had $1 billion of USDT I would lose that then $1 billion in fiat to buy the USDC that I essentially gave away 2) I sell all my USDT into USDC. If I'm a small player this could work. I won't effect the market much. But if I have billions as Binance, FTX and several liquidity pools well I'm fucked. The moment I start selling into the market the price of USDT will start falling from over supply. This could trigger a collapse and my USDT becomes worthless. Plus as stated in (1) leveraged positions and integrated DEFI would lead to a liquidation cascade 3) I can try go and "redeem" all my USDT at Tether for fiat to buy USDC at 1:1. This could actully work but unfortunately most likely USDT doesn't have the fiat liquidity and they can't pay me back. Thus I also trigger a crash. Or once again if I'm a small player it won't have an effect There is no way 80% of all the liquidity in crypto can safely be switched to USDC. Even if it was by one party. Now we are talking about hundreds of individual CEXs and DEFI projects each holding massive amounts of USDT or USDT collateralized contracts Maybe over 1 to 3 years but over a couple of months is just insane. USDT can pop anytime and a open switch by any major player such as in (2) would result in a mass sell off and a run for the door

Bold of you to assume there's enough USD to cover even a third of USDT out there. They REFUSE to be audited. And practically every CEX out there has USDT as a pair for 99% of lower cap alts (and 90% of high cap alts). If USDT falls, at least for short and mid term, 90% of alts (and their holders) are fucked.

Mentions:#USDT#CEX

A more poised question would be "When Moon is on the main-net, would it be listed on CEX such as Binance?" Would be very interesting to know about his opinion on it.

Mentions:#CEX

I got a question on CEX and CDBC. With CBDC - digital currencies being launched with more coming in 2023, and regional entities such as EU is focusing to have a more stringent processes on stablecoins, do you see Binance or CEX listing digital currencies such as e-USD, e-Yuan, e-Yen as the entry to purchase crypto on exchanges such as Binance?

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How do you get the CEX's to implement this.

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a reasonable statement, but on coinbase and other large CEX you can convert your coins to usd.

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It is still better than whats out there on a CEX though. Better than nothing.

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I haven't done it yet, but I think you can add ETH to a staking pool from your own wallet. Then again I wouldn't think about staking at another place than Kraken if I had to use a CEX.

Mentions:#ETH#CEX

Nope. Anything on a CEX is never eligible for airdrops

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Can someone explain to me (speak as you might to a young child or a golden retriever) why all of the DeFi protocols with the largest TVLs on Ethereum L1 and L2's (Ethereum, Polygon, Arbitrum, Optimism) can only offer between 1 and 3% return on USDC, but here in Europe I can send my USDC to a CEX like Vauld, YouHodler, Coinloan and get between 10 and 12%.

Mentions:#USDC#CEX

Can someone explain to me (speak as you might to a young child or a golden retriever) why all of the DeFi protocols with the largest TVLs on Ethereum L1 and L2's (Ethereum, Polygon, Arbitrum, Optimism) can only offer between 1 and 3% return on USDC, but here in Europe I can send my USDC to a CEX like Vauld, YouHodler, Coinloan and get between 10 and 12%.

Mentions:#USDC#CEX

Kraken is not a DEX though, Dex stands for decantralized exchage, which Kraken is not. It is a CEX

Mentions:#DEX#CEX

People think Coinbase is naked shorting LRC? What I read is that a CEX does not actually have to have the amount of coins on hand that it's members hold. Assuming that's true, if everyone moves their coins to a private wallet, isn't Coinbase going to have to buy them from somewhere? Regardless, that's not what naked shorting is. But mainly, not your keys not your crypto.

Mentions:#LRC#CEX

Atleast i will be the one to blame who lost his asset due to his careless approach. I have seen people gets scam on the daily basis on the CEX and this is giving me more belief.

Mentions:#CEX

People are moving off of CEX to DEX to own their own coins, nothing about squeezing LRC or whatever story you're trying to spin.

Mentions:#CEX#DEX#LRC

Who else.... CEX don't always do KYC. Come on dude.

Mentions:#CEX

Um, Bitcoin is not CEX and CEX is not bitcoin

Mentions:#CEX

Most of CEX, and all of DEX, don’t have on/off ramp and don’t handle fiat, because the regulatory bar is much lower for handling only crypto-to-crypto trades (no KYC/AML etc.). However, due to the massive inter-crypto correlation, trading one crypto against another loses effectiveness as both coins tend to move in the same direction. Ergo, having a stablecoin that is denominated in crypto, but pegged to the dollar, is useful for at least one reason other than avoiding tax events.

Mentions:#CEX#DEX

Privacy from whom? Who gives a shit if you’re holding usd on a CEX?

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> It’s not like they can say no They can disable USDT deposits due to ‘volatility’ and never pay you a dime without you taking legal action, or claim a hack made them insolvent, or freeze your account indefinitely due to some vague investigation they’ll never answer details on in tickets, etc… Sketchy CEX’s will always find a way to screw you if it comes down to being you or them. That’s why decentralized lending is the least risky option, imo, despite it being “only” $.80 on the $1 you can borrow for USDT

Mentions:#USDT#CEX

Agreed. I really like ETH, but I think the market is still so overpriced at current levels from various forms of leverage that I’m waiting for a real washout (like major CEX and/or USDT or other stablecoin failure) before I’d want to buy back in. After that full on ETH maxi in hopes everything recovers.

Mentions:#ETH#CEX#USDT

> CEX use stablecoins, they could use some more regulation. Make them banks and regulate them as such It isn't going to happen. Paypal has quite successfully avoided being a bank for quite some time and it is more of a bank then a cryptocoin exchange

Mentions:#CEX

I'm new as well (only about 3 months in crypto). I'm definitely not an expert, so you will find better advice than from me. But here's what I've learnt so far: - start by signing up to a centralised exchange (CEX) like binance, Coinbase or Kraken. It's easier to start at a CEX than a DEX (decentralized exchange) because the UI will be a bit more familiar, they have educational resources and customer support. Try out trading on a DEX once you have more experience - Research the two biggest coins Bitcoin and Ethereum. These will probably be your safest investments for now. Once you understand both of these ecosystems, if you want to branch out further I'd recommend researching whatever coins are in the top 10 before looking elsewhere. However we've seen over the last two weeks that even if a coin is in the top 10, it doesn't mean it's a safe investment! (Referring to Luna/UST collapse) - look into different types of investment strategies than decide for yourself what your strategy will be, then stick to it. Lots of people like Dollar Cost Averaging (DCA) as a simple way of long term investing but there are many other ways - learn about staking coins. Most coins have some form of staking rewards. This can be an effective way to earn passive returns but is not without risks - learn how to read charts. Learn about supply, liquidity and market cap - Stablecoins are very important in crypto, but they have their issues depending what they are collateralized by. Research the difference between fiat, crypto & algorithmic stablecoins - cautionary crypto tales to look at include the collapse of Bitconnect, ICP, Luna/UST, Titan, and many more. Understanding how these coins collapsed will teach you warning signs to look out for. - A bull market is when everything is going up in value, bear market is when everything is down. We are currently in a bear market. Nobody knows exactly when (or if!) it'll change back to a bull market - stay away from leverage trading! - on youtube 99 bitcoins have some decent beginner explanation videos of Blockchain & crypto in general. Some of their explainer videos are a couple of years old but are still relevant and are explained in plain English without telling you what to invest in. But be careful of all Crypto YouTubers in general. They can be useful in getting to know a product, but take any advice from them with a grain of salt - don't ever discuss crypto with family or friends unless they talk to you about it with genuine interest - the biggest eye opener for me was what happened in the wake of the Luna/UST collapse. I wasn't invested in it but watching it all happen live from the outside was a sobering and humbling experience. So many people thought it was a safe bet because it was in the top 10. Billions of dollars lost. People invested their life savings into it. So many people posting about suicide on the terra/Luna subreddit that they had international suicide hotlines pinned. Use this as a learning experience. Only invest what you can afford, and diversify so you're not invested in only one asset.

Stable coins are crypto. They are crypto backed by currency. 1 dollar comes into a CEX which creates a USDT (crypto) which can then be moved around on the blockchain. If you hold usdt in your wallet you can then use it on a sex.

Mentions:#CEX#USDT

I doubt that. If you look beyond Reddit there’s not much trust in crypto anyway. You can’t irreparably damage something that isn’t really there anyway. I hear the argument that stablecoins are needed for DeFi. That may well be, but that’s a negligible share of the crypto market right now. CEX use stablecoins, they could use some more regulation. Make them banks and regulate them as such, might be a good thing in the end. Make them offer the trading pairs with USD instead of stablecoins. Yes it’s worse for traders in some jurisdictions, tax wise, but that’s again a very small share of what crypto is. The most extreme thing that could happen would be if the Federal Reserve or the European Central Bank were to issue official stablecoins where we wouldn’t need to discuss whether they are backed by USD or EUR, because they actually are USD or EUR. There would be no risk of losing the peg because they are the real deal. You can debate whether such official stablecoins would be a good thing, and there are likely points for either side of the argument. In my opinion, it would speed up development of crypto massively. Widespread adoption would be much closer immediately, coins that are incompatible with the official stablecoins would pretty much die immediately and CEX would need to adapt. Major compatible coins would shoot up in price (I’d bet on BTC and ETH being these coins). Decentralized businesses would have something to work with, on which they could build their business models, with interfaces to the general public, not just nerds. I’d say keep it coming!

Mentions:#CEX#BTC#ETH

Just don't buy from a CEX with the moniker "Rugs R' Us!". ;)

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