#Anunnaki isn’t just a token, it’s a cultural reset, it’s the oxygen you breathe, it’s a lifestyle, a reason to breathe, an escape from this cruel world, it’s art, the first gift you open on Christmas, a hug from a loved one, everything you’ve ever wanted.
>FINRA Disciplinary Actions Online >Firm search: J.P Morgan Securities LLC >Displaying 1 - 15 of 2994 *sigh* Oh look, ere is a 1027 page report on the "regulatory events" (IE CRIME) maintained by the self reporting agency that works for them. https://files.brokercheck.finra.org/firm/firm_79.pdf a few of the felonies: >2 COUNTS OF FELONY WIRE FRAUD, IN VIOLATION OF TITLE 18, UNITED STATES CODE, SECTION 1343. NO PLEA DUE TO DEFERRED PROSECUTION AGREEMENT. SEE ITEM 4 FOR FURTHER DETAILS. ---- >JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A. WAS CHARGED WITH FOURTEEN COUNTS FELONY COMPLICITY IN TAX FRAUD UNDER ARTICLES 1741, 1742 AND 1750 OF THE FRENCH GENERAL TAX CODE AND ARTICLES 121-2, 121-6, 121-7 AND 121-38 OF THE FRENCH PENAL CODE. ---- >JPMC WAS CHARGED WITH A ONE COUNT FELONY CRIME CHARGE IN VIOLATION OF THE SHERMAN ANTITRUST ACT, 15 U.S.C. SECTION 1 RELATING TO THE FOREIGN CURRENCY EXCHANGE SPOT MARKET ("FX SPOT MARKET"). JPMC PLED GUILTY PURSUANT TO A PLEA AGREEMENT WITH THE DOJ. ---- >JPMCB CONSENTED TO THE FILING OF A TWO-COUNT INFORMATION ("INFORMATION") CHARGING JPMCB WITH FAILURE TO MAINTAIN AN EFFECTIVE ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING PROGRAM, IN VIOLATION OF TITLE 31, UNITED STATES CODE, SECTIONS 5318(H) AND 5322(A) AND TITLE 12, CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS, SECTION 21.21, AND FAILURE TO FILE A SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY REPORT, IN VIOLATION OF TITLE 31, UNITED STATES CODE, SECTIONS 5318(G) AND 5322(A) AND TITLE 13, CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS, SECTION 21.11. BOTH CHARGES ARE FELONY CHARGES AND JPMCB PLED NOT GUILTY TO BOTH CHARGES.
When interest rates go up, banks go up veeeeeeeeeeeeeeeery sllllllllllllllllllooooooooooooooly in their interest rates they pay out. But the interest rates they CHARGE go up quickly. ​ 2025 : YAY! You finally break 2% on your savings account, but the prime rate is 9%.
It would be wonderful if there was somewhere to change that crypto you send from crypto to actual money without a CHARGE. There still arent a lot of places that you can just take that crypto and spend it. Like on groceries or to pay your rent. You have to put it on a dex and exchange it back into fiat. There are charges for that. Last time i did it on coinbase it was 17 dollars. part of that was because I didnt want to wait 48 hours for it to hit my bank. So crypto doesnt do this in any special way yet.
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Amex also has pretty great points reimbursements. They charge vendors more. If you didn’t know this, it’ll open your eyes. Credit companies CHARGE stores a percentage of every sale. Usually 2-3%. Amex can be closer to 5-7%. This is why many stores don’t accept Amex.
As you said BTC & ETH, I am going to give you an answer and also comment on the four exchanges mentioned above: BlockFi, Coinbase Pro, Gemini and Kraken. Them are all okay...problem I have with Blockfi is the exchange rate is buried in the price of purchase and sale and is high and there is no way to view the prices of BTC or ETH up to and during exhchange. Also, it used to be free to send ETH out if done once a month, but that is no longer true, BTC is still free to send once a calendar month; Coinbase Pro is a Great platform, fast, cheap, not difficult but, but it does not pay interest on BTC (the coinbase part will allow you to stake you ETH but it is locked until 2.0 occurs). It also charges to send BTC and ETH outside of the coinbase/pro environment; Gemini is good and real, real, safe but it has a poor interface and charges you to move ETH and BTC out of account...and the commission is also buried in purchase and sale and isn't transparent, and it is kinda slow to move stuff out; Kraken has excellent ETH staking, but no BTC staking, its trading interface is okay, but slow, and I can't remember the fee structure but it is pretty good...it is definitely on my recommended list..... The one exchange that hasn't been mentioned which I recommend for ETH and BTC specifically is ABRA....It is a phone app only, which kinda sucks but the app is simple and works well...It allows you to stake both BTC and ETH although the interest rates are low, on their face, and the commission is buried in the exchange which sucks but it is not a punitive rate, higher than Coinbase Pro but def. acceptable....it takes a day or so to unstake but, what crucially IT DOES NOT CHARGE WITHDRAWAL FEES...another nice feature is if you buy the CPERX native token you get an interest boost (paid in cprx)...Plus it pays frequently....every week rather than once a month as the others do.