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Different Coinbase Advanced trading fees for users in the same tier

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When do I need to report taxes?

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Addressing bitcoin environmental fud as a double CS and finance major

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How to work in web3?

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Localbitcoins Is not allowing me to witdraw my funds

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BINANCE WONT LET ME WITHRAWAL FOR ALMOST A YEAR RIGHT NOW ‼️‼️

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For those early adopters, do you have some stories about how you heard about bitcoin and your first time buying it, and what you did with it?

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Binance Hell

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After weeks of Sleepless nights and a new coffee addiction, I built something like Community notes for the Internet, to fact-check ETH news on social media

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US blocked Worldcoin officials arrest, CS says

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Is anything wrong with this idea? There needs to be a crypto-governing body in America that is independent from the SEC and the CFTC that works with them from time to time under appropriate circumstances.

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Bought BTC at Coinbase and got stuck/locked/restricted for 2 months

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# Wallets with >1 BTC

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Why hasn't anyone tried something like this yet with NFTs? It's simple, there's no cash-grab, and sounds somewhat ethical...

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Help me understand why Reddit is moving to NFTs for profit.

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Metaplayers: eSports+crypto

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The market capital of CS:GO skins is roughly calculated at over $4.5 billion. This would mean that in terms of market capital in the world of cryptocurrencies, they occupy the fifteenth place. Could you then say that judging by this and the Howey test, that CS:GO skins are a security?

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Cardano

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My take on Reddit Avatars

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I think Bitcoin is in fact propably not the best performing asset so far this year.

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How Virtex’s ‘CS:GO’ VR Stadium Could Transform Esports Forever

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Anyone else remember Earn Nano CS:GO tourneys?

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Swiss Central Bank will print up to $100 billion for UBS/CS merger. That's 12.5% of Switzerland's GDP.

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Come Monday, another bank will "fail" and it's the massive one this time. Markets are gonna go on a tear

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Hong Kong's SFC Grants Signum Digital Approval for Security Token Offering Platform

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Diablo III and CS:GO has valuable lessons for Crypto/NFT games

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Algorand message re: myAlgo wallet hack and what they're doing about it

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Computer Science IB Extended Essay

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An Open Letter to Charles Hoskinson (a post that was censored by the mods of the Cardano subreddit and discussion threads)

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Exchanges are intentionally hiring low quality support reps intentionally so you get frustrated and go away

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Contingent Staking on Cardano

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Child Support - CS Token Kyc, Audited And Doxxed

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Fiat bad , Crypto Good - 25 year plan

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$4.3b (180k BTC) Bitcoin transaction from some tracing starting from Satoshi’s Genesis block (its first outgoing transaction). I’m a CS major, but I’m a little uneducated on the history of BTC and the big-names. Any concrete information is much appreciated. Anyone recognize this/these address(es)?

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Introduction to the tether/bitcoin relationship

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Had scammer' s wallet frozen at mexc.com and had a detective contact them. This was there response and not sure what to do. ($6200 ETH guy PART 4)

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Child Support $CS | Fair Launch Is Live Now On Pinksale | +150 Already Filled | Building 2 Utilities CEX - NFTs

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Transfer miniscule CS Coinbase BTC balance non-custodial wallet

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How are Bitcoin Transactions actually broadcasted to the network?

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The ANTI-SHILL post for POLYGON. Why the project could fail, and how the data and sentiment tells that story.

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Beast Token | Upcoming NFT Platform

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Beast Token | Upcoming NFT Platform

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Beast Token | Upcoming NFT Platform | Sale Live

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Crypto Transaction School Project Advice

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Tf wrong with Binance?

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CoinLoan withdrawal - no email confirmation code

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Hasn't Bitcoin already fulfilled its purpose?

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Binance won't allow me to withdraw my funds. They have also deleted my account!

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Let me present you Exeedme, a GAMING meets WEB3 platform

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Be careful with the "I'll buy your avatar for $ through paypal"

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The cryptocurrency express contract trading application BitScan launches benefits. After each new user successfully registers, they can contact CS to enter 6606 to receive 66USDT gift money, welfare customer service telegram and whatsapp contact: 16072922897

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Reddit & Beyond

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Usable NFTs. Reddit Avatars & Beyond

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Funds held hostage illegally by binance.com

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My trading App blocked me. What can I do?

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Thoughts on crypto and an update on my CAKE yield arbitrage strategy

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NFT's and Integration into the Metaverse

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Unpopular opinion: The model that reddit is using to distribute crypto (moons, bricks, etc.) and NFTs (these new avatars) is the way of the future. When/if other large companies do this, they will follow reddit's model.

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Lol I just laughed at you not having any reason for hating on CS. If i'm not a daytrader en plan to hold my shares for a couple of years, why not put them in my own name? What is so moronic about the idea of owning something yourself instead of letting someone else hold it for you?? You can try to keep discrediting DRS all you want but it just shows you clearly can't think for yourself or you're just willfully disingenuous.

Mentions:#CS

You must have Stanford CS PhD

Mentions:#CS

But it did made me worry. Fortunately one of those case is cleared. I hope it just CS problem

Mentions:#CS

Not me, I went to their telegram for help. Got 8 scammers spamming me about that verification.... and actual CS pointed me back to their site. Beyond useless lol. The verification tool must've also been made to piss you off

Mentions:#CS

This will allow game items to become NFTs thus creating an accessible marketplace for gamers to trade buy and sell unique skins for their in game characters, imagine if a League of Legends player or CS:GO player or even an NBA2k or FIFA gamer being able to trade and sell each of their skins, characters, players on a decentralized market place after they're bored with it thus creating another ecosystem just like steam's cards. Basically, capitalism for gamers that don't make money streaming or making content but rather re-selling NFTs a click away while sitting at your desk and profiting from trading and potentially buying in game items with digital assets which you can then also use to stake with buy equiping that item on your game character and helps with generating tokens or coins for free which you usually would have to pay for without any other purpose... Imagine Overwatch 2's business model is based around buying a coin as per normal but instead, they fluctuate in price just like any other crypto assets while also releasing new skins, emotes, loot boxes, season passes etc which you can purchase with the coins you bought. and when that item you purchase is equipped to your any of the roster of heroes or villains you earn x amount of tokens either by the amount of kills, exp, wins/loss, and other aspects depending on the rarity of your character's skin or emotes and you can then use your earned token which is seperate from the coin to purchase other epic games video game in game items. Note that the coin you bought and token you earn can also be traded on an exchange or another daaps dexes or cex and if you get a 1/1 unique skin or legandary one, you can keep it or sell it in the market place to somebody else at either a profit or a loss. You can transfer those coins//tokens on an exchange or dex and sell them for usdt or eth or sol or whatever other assets,

Mentions:#CS

??? I trade and cell CS skins, for rust skins, for dota skins, to buy games, which i can then trade to friends. My knife skins increased in value for ten years. And it works, its worked for 10 years without blockchain.

Mentions:#CS

P2P seems to be suspended along with withdrawals but that could maybe be an option if they open it back up. Didn’t see converting as an option Seems at this point I need to hope they open withdrawals again in the next 7 days or see if CS will unlock the account again later to withdrawal. Hopefully people learn from my mistakes 🤦‍♂️

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Skins…..they hold value for some games like CS/Rust. Basically OPSkins but for more games.

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Oh yeah? "Hey Ubisoft: Please reference this CS2 skin in your next Assassins Creed game; I want to play as a GIGN operator while traipsing through the Renaissance. ...What do you mean your game engine is not compatible with another one and you can't be bothered to develop this compatibility because it would mean working together with a competitor and spending developer hours for no obvious financial gain?"

Mentions:#CS

It would work, but a few APIs and an L2 zkEVM can do it far cheaper. Remember that the asset can trade across all platforms. Your PC based asset can trade from the in game marketplace to the PlayStation out of game store directly. It can also trade from wallet profile to wallet profile while you and your buddy are sitting on the couch, and the studio always gets the royalty % off the price of the trade. The studio doesn’t need to build the exchange aspect, nor the security and team required to secure the assets. Additionally, and imo the big one, is that you won’t see studios shutting down 3P marketplaces. Those in some game environments provide the biggest liquidity boosts when they launch, but the studio doesn’t see the cut, so they sue and shut them down. CS:GO will actually WANT the players to go to their preferred marketplace, perhaps even player created, because they don’t need to care where the item trades.

Mentions:#PC#CS

Explain? I get the idea that if the game shuts down then these assets are just relics but why does asset ownership mean nothing? I can give an example. CS:GO let you trade items on 3rd party sites. Then they changed their mind. If you actually owned your assets and they couldn't stop trades no matter what, what would it have mattered if game logic was on the blockchain or not?

Mentions:#CS

I am not a glutton for verbal punishment. As I look back, it really wasn’t his fault. It’s what he was trained to do by representing CS.

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CS2 skins have replaced the rubble. My only suggestion, not financial advice Good luck

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Irony is CS now offers a BTC ETF. Wonder how red that guy's face is now.

Mentions:#CS#BTC#ETF

Mods should shut down this thread and/or delete it. This has nothing to do with bitcoin as it is only another currency amongst many others and only the means to gamble. OP claims - w/o any proof - losing his deposits and earnings and is bitching and whining about getting caught redhanded with a fake ID he submitted. It's a pathetic story about a gambling addict who tried to cheat and got (possibly) cheated. He presumably even uses another account to support his bs story and tries to stir shit about a topic nobody cares about or can help him with, resp. He's like CS Wright - a cheater and a liar and he's a criminal and that throws a bad light on all of us in this bitcoin community.

Mentions:#OP#CS

Hahahaha!! This is like C/C++ 101 stuff. It's missing the context and the rest of the declaration/definition, but there is already a lot we can know. If this is part of a variable declaration, `unsigned int` means it's an unsigned integer (must be 0 or positive) of default size; `const` means constant (should not be changed); `static` means either persistent across invocations of the function (if it's inside a function) or not exported as a symbol (if declared globally). If part of a function definition or prototype, it's declaring the return type to be the pretty much the above (except `static` applies to the function itself). I think there are more semantics about `const` in return types in C++, but this is plenty explanation already. Okay, so maybe a beginner CS student can't explain all that, but I imagine they should understand at least some of it by the end of their first C/C++ class. Meanwhile, the supposed writer of the code is stumped by this basic line of it.

Mentions:#CS

From my experience, my CS friends didn't have enough curiosity to grasp the intersectionality of the invention. Most of these friends continue to doubt Bitcoin's future.

Mentions:#CS

Do they just not want to read the white paper or is there something specific you think should be a lightbulb? Without a CS background, I am convinced by enough of the reading and research that I have done and can understand. But what specifically from a CS perspective do you get let down about with your peers?

Mentions:#CS

Same here. Using CDC since a couple years now and never had any issue with CS

Mentions:#CS

Their CS is lagging, and the CEO acknowledged this on Twitter and apologised. They are boosting the CS capacity bc the traffic and bull run just came earlier than expected. He estimates they should cut through the backlog by March. In my experience, I had mostly decent waiting times, but I heard it also depends on your card tier and net worth on the app. I would imagine the complexity of the issue also matters.

Mentions:#CS#CEO

Well, for what it's worth, Kris posted that they are aware of the lag and are working to boost the CS capacity. The backlog should be eliminated by the end of March. He encouraged folks who need urgent solutions to their problem to just DM him, and he will escalate the issue. It works, tried it myself.

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Crypto Apes x CS Go skins incoming.

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It was understandable why customer support was flawed, it is not something to be surprised of. They have almost 100 milion users... and during bear market it is normal to cut staff. Kris announced 2 days ago that they will bring the quality of the CS back till March, new systems and more staff to be hired which is promissing. I belive they will do better than most of the projects this bull market.

Mentions:#CS

Try to DM Kris on Twitter. Keep it short and respectful, don't rage, don't wall-text. They acknowledged the fact that their CS is not on par with previous levels and are aggressively trying to fix it.

Mentions:#CS

If its tied to in-game usable items it's dead on release, no one likes pay to win. If you want NFT skins, just play Counterstrike. Theres zero advantage to putting it on the blockchain. Crossgame adoption is a pipedream and easily achievable without NFTs. You want to list items on a third party exchange? CS already has that. Meanwhile Valve has had play to earn cosmetics in its games for over a decade now. I pulled a hat in TF2 I flipped for ~$1300 and bought my friends games with it.  What does crypto add to any of that?

Mentions:#CS

I was trading ridiculous volume on CS:GO by 16, dragon lores for $2k was the bread & butter then. Now they’re $10,000 😵‍💫 all these years later. BTC was a phenomenal workaround currency

Mentions:#CS#BTC

Yup, it applies to every single thing that has some form of CS, nobody wants to help you with your issue, so you have to find the person in there who will atleast do the bare minimum to get the ball rolling

Mentions:#CS

I've seen CS say alot of various issues aren't fixable, unless you keep persisting to find the right person in CS who can actually help you. If you give up, then nothing more to it. That's just how CS works. There is still a very low chance they can be recovered, zero chance if you just give in.

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Yea. But Windows.. There's Ubuntu and I like that. But freaking Adobe won't let CS run on Ubuntu...

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The amount of tea bags i saw in CS

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I left Coinbase for Kraken the second they gubbed my account for whatever reason. I literally couldn’t buy crypto using my bank card or even bank transfer, so I moved everything away from them. Their customer service was absolutely dreadful too - Kraken’s CS is a breath of fresh air.

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i mean not a lot, im a CS student whos into the idea of privacy and anonymity, as of now i just explore random weird websites and learn stuff about online security

Mentions:#CS

I have the best experience with their card, exchange and defi wallet. The app is much better than it used to be IMO, but I use it mainly to contact CS, which is the area I would like them to improve. If they really want to service more than 250m customers (2-3x) at the height of the upcoming bull run, they gotta investing in recruiting more CS staff.

Mentions:#IMO#CS

I have had mixed experiences with their CS. For simple inquiries, they have been quite helpful (resolved within 2-3h), but anything more complex takes time for them. On the other hand, have you recently been on the CB sub? It's also quite saturated with complaints. IMO, these are the birth pains of being in crypto. But criticism is the only way we push these platforms to improve.

Mentions:#CS#IMO

If you look at the 12m spot trading graph on CDC, the volume dipped considerably in mid-23, so I anticipate that any substantial increase in rewards will take time to catch up. Expect some lag/delay. Otherwise, we can expect similar rewards other exchanges offer like Kraken or Coinbase: decreased fees, rebates, improved service (hopefully CS), and staking. However, CDC already has one of the lowest exchange fees in the industry. Considerably lower than both Kraken and Coinbase mentioned above. This has also been confirmed by Investopedia, for example, which has done a comprehensive overview of all exchanges and scored CDC the second highest, awarding it 4.7 stars. [https://www.investopedia.com/crypto-com-review-5209370](https://www.investopedia.com/crypto-com-review-5209370) CDC was only beaten by Coinbase with 4.8 stars, but in a direct comparison, Investopedia found CDC to be the "clear winner, with lower fees and an extensive array of earning opportunities." https://www.investopedia.com/crypto-com-vs-coinbase-5188428

Mentions:#CS

The ideal crypto game needs to have crypto not play a role in the actual gameplay. If you are able to buy things that help you win, the game will either be too easy (resources too abundant) or too pricey (can't compete unless you spend thousands). Gamers hate pay to win games, I'd stay in real life if I wanted to lose to the son of an oil tycoon. CS:GO weapon skins would have been a perfect thing to turn into a NFT, if crypto were relevant 12 years ago.

Mentions:#CS

People will pay for anything, whether it's FIFA players, CS knives, or MMO gold. Whether it's OK for people to turn this into a business is entirely dependent on your point of view. Is it OK to buy in game gold in WoW? Plenty of people think it's perfectly fine, Blizzard says no, and gives you a slap on the wrist, and then implement their own mechanic for you to pay for gold with real world money... I don't see it as a problem, if the game is good and enough people play it, then it will have a healthy secondary market. You can grind for that COD rifle, or buy it off someone that already did but doesn't want to use it, so who cares? At least when you're done you can sell off the shit you no longer want and maybe use that to get a head start in something else.

Mentions:#CS#MMO
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Except, there is no CS support bro and you forgot to post your affiliate link. lol

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Nonsense, I just bought on Gemini Active Trader on desktop. Lowest spread & fee ever. Then withdrew it to my cold storage. No issue! I like Gemini for the fact that once you successfully setup to wire money from your bank to Gemini & verified, you can transfer USD > Gemini & have it available immediately for buy, before the money from your bank settle in Gemini. 0 issue whatsoever. I buy in chunk between $1k-$10k. Your situation may be the outlier & I believe their CS support will get you out of the hole.

Mentions:#CS
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I think they should have to just like us "little guys". This OTC BS is 100% market manipulation imo. 7B is almost 1% of the entire friggin supply. That's basically Saylor's stack in one day. Coinbase doesn't care about the little guy at all. They haven't let me add any funds to my little ass account for over 3 weeks now with no end in sight, and their CS is horrible. I was literally forced to go to another exchange and they could care less.

Mentions:#BS#CS

It’s as bad as politicians seeing the vote of the people then doing the opposite, looking at you Ohio. The literally said nah the people don’t know what they were voting for I think they want this instead. Vanguard cannot play king, screw them and move to Fidelity or CS.

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Ahh i see. Yes it makes sense if it was a few years ago cuz there was more demand. Idk when u graduated post-secondary but everyone and their moms are doing CS now hoping they can make 300k😂😂🤪.

Mentions:#CS

I'm considering taking the course CS120: Bitcoin for Developers at the Saylor Academy. I'm curious if anyone can recommend a course that might be a prerequisite before I dive in. My programming skills are very amateur.

Mentions:#CS

Thats a good feature. Reminds me of CS:GO skins. Only difference is that you actually own NFTs. So if Gods Unchained decided to ban your accountfor whatever reason. You would still be able to sell all of your skins because you truly own them in your wallet.

Mentions:#CS

This sounds just like what happened to me with EToro. I had made deposits to their system using two different accounts with two different banks and when I decided that I wanted to withdraw funds they just straight wouldn’t let me. They wouldn’t allow withdrawal apparently due to not having the funds go back to the account that funded the buys, since there were two possibilities and they either didn’t have proper record keeping or whatever. EToro at the time also didn’t allow crypto withdrawals of the currency I had invested in (Cardano). So after several months I resorted to angerly trashing them in literally every international forum I could find online until finally I got the attention of some middle level manager. They fixed the issue in less than an hour and sent me my money to get me to stop trashing them everywhere. I think some of this is laziness on the part of the CS team at the exchanges but there’s also some seemingly nefarious shit that seems to be a need to keep your money until you damage their reputation badly enough that it may cost them more to keep than it’s worth in new clients. Joke was on them. In the months I had to wait to get my funds, the price of the crypto I was selling shot up and I ended up selling it for far more than they would have paid out if they had done the exchange when I sent it in the first place. Eventually I got it sorted, but only after flaming them on every corner of every forum on the internet that was even remotely related to EToro. I hate businesses that do that with the burning passion of a thousand suns and I would implore you to burn these fuckers down on every review site you can find. I mean it sounds like you have a very legitimate complaint and it’s not like I haven’t seen shit like this personally. Just copy the post above and go from site to site telling everyone to stay away from them at all costs and why specifically they suck and how hard and how they will take your money and just lie about what you need to do to get it back and you’ll probably find someone in management pretty fast on the right forum that will help. Good luck. I’m sorry you have to go through this.

Mentions:#CS

So.. buying a skin for CS:GO2.. would retain its value.. even if Valve decides to shut down the game? If I buy a license to game on a blockchain.. I can still download it even if the servers are down? Reality is unfortunate. No sane company would ever implement anything like that. I have literally have had games on Steam for 15 years; why do you think regular consumers give a flying fuck about non-fungible ownership?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I doubt there were only a dozen. The cryptography and peer to peer tech Bitcoin uses was pretty much available knowledge to anyone interested (check literature and publishing dates if you don't believe me. I was myself working on a p2p app back then). Hash trees have been common knowledge for anyone doing CS even back 20 years ago. The invention was putting that all together into a usable product and having the - as you said - 'ideological disposition' to do it as an open source project without any direct personal benefit. You got to be weirdo for that for sure. But if you think NSA was keeping a list of all weirdos back then I disagree. Also keep in mind that Satoshi was fully aware of him being of interest some time in the future. He did all he could to keep a low profile.

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>To generate the seed from the mnemonic phrase, you decode the mnemonic phrase into binary (using UTF-8) and basically hash it 2048 times. this doesn't seem like something a human could do very easily. However, making a direct conversion from decimal to binary from the *correct* decimal number that corresponds to the mnemonic is something a human could do pretty readily. I guess ultimately the checksum is still required though and maybe that does need a computer to do that? Sorry, for the silly questions - i'm not a CS person and this is a pretty deep rabbit hole it seems.

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No they didn’t, but many banks do run those OS’s on closed intranet environments where they have total control over what can be done with them. That’s very different than utilizing a public blockchain, and why many banks are opting to use closed private blockchain solutions over open public ones. They also largely build and deploy their own custom applications and software. When they do deploy things like MS Office, again it’s heavily customized, locked down, and monitored by the banks OpsSpec/CS teams. They will almost always use private closed blockchain solutions over public ones.

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>That CS is not to be counted on Naughty

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I asked Santa for 45k btc for Christmas. That CS is not to be counted on

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Sure. Mostly blockchain is of good use in cases where you want to reach consensus of multiple parties with differently weighted objectives, and do so without sybil attacks or centralized point of failure. - DiD + ZK and FHE: Allows users to prove humanity without leaking information. This allows for authentication, provision of certificates and reaponsabilities in a completely different way than we do now, allowing for less methods of corruption on things like voting, interacting with a system under set of rules, and it makes data transition more agile. - Defi in general: allows for automated systems to control and set rules in liquidity markets, for instance Enzyme will allow users access to Merryl Lynch level fund managers, that wouls otherwise cost a lot of money due to lawyer costs, contability costs, now replaced by inmutable economically secured smart contracts. There are really many such use cases in DeFi. - Marketplaces: in certain regions with complicated access to resources and poor economies, it allowed for creation of local markets that handle consensus resolution in the metwork through blockchain. Tools like Amazon need to profit for conflict resolution, which makes them not very available at these places. - ZK and FHE for Private Transactions: These technologies, bolstered by blockchain’s unique properties, enable confidential data science, engineering, and analytics, safeguarding transaction details. Theres more but these are the ones i was interested while in this metro ride. If you are actually interested, and not just trying to fight, I suggest hearing a bit of Epicenter podcast (not all of them) or ZK podcast. Serious podcast, mostly with CS researchers (specially the second one)

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River is the best place to buy, especially if you value customer service. You can ALWAYS get them on the phone or get them to answer messages. I've had horrible CS from strike and coinbase in the past. Swan would get a C+. You can setup recurring orders hourly, daily, weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly with zero fees and the smallest spread.

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Wrong. Market cap follows price. And it's a one way street. Why? Because market cap is completely indeterminable without price. Take the equation for market cap MC = P x CS People rearrange the equation P = MC/CS and then conclude that market cap determines price. But what they forget is that you can't determine market cap without price. You have to rewrite the equation P = (P x CS)/CS and then solve for P P = (P x CS)/CS P = (P x 1) P = P Reductive, huh? So, what determines price? Supply and demand. Market cap doesn't enter the equation except to the extent that some people subjectively think the thing (whatever it is - equities, crypto, whatever) is overvalued. Overvalued by what? What's the nut of that subjective assessment? Price. I don't own any Vet. But when it comes to Vet, and a lot of other coins and tokens with a high supply, people are coming to the wrong conclusion that it can't reach $1 *because* of market cap. If Vet's last ATH was $.28, one can reasonably conclude that it can go to a $1 and the market cap will just follow where the price takes it; it's closer to possible than improbable and not impossible at all. Thinking that market cap will constrain the price is lazy thinking that allows you to just jump to the wrong conclusion without giving it the consideration it deserves. It's limiting. I've been in markets a long time too. Being in crypto has just kind of sharpened my focus on some of the ideas that float around in the market. And this idea that market cap moderates, limits or determines price has just become a bit of a pet peeve for me. I try to disabuse people of the notion where I can.

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My CS coworker thinks it's a scam too. But the 3 of us with more experience all believe in it. Don't worry about it. People have their beliefs. Just because he understands computer science doesn't mean he understands economics. There are also highly skilled engineers who are devout christians and athiests, etc.

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Maybe you should talk to the wallet CS.

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I think there were still US based market makers that were forced off the platform after the CS guilty deal.

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CS GO skins

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Rocketpool. (RPL) 20 million supply, 50% is locked in nodes, you need it to run a node (utility). So 10 million effective CS. Rocketpool is also the 2nd largest Eth staking platform. Current price: $25

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everybody wants a CS degree when the money isn't there. truth is they've never been up, and have averaged down the last year when they could have just stayed cash and bought in august

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Let me point out a few things: * I've been a Software Engineer for a long, long time - I'm old enough to retire * I was programming mainframes before I went to college * In college, I earned a degree in Computer Science while studying Physics and Digital Electronics * While earning that degree I took a CS course about "Simulation" * The professor had a strong interest in pseudo-random number generation (as opposed to actually rolling dice, flipping coins, etc.) He loved to talk about the subject. He shared a lot of information about ways to measure how good/bad a particular generator is. * Some generators are absolutely awful. Some are okay. * After leaving school, I got to do some of my own "playing around with" various "random" number generators. Some are still awful. * This is not just theoretical - people have lost their Bitcoins because they let a computer program pick their entropy for them and the "random" function happened to have a flaw allowing hackers to exploit... * I would NEVER trust my savings to a supposedly "random" number generated by software. Ask yourself: Which is more work: re-doing your entropy by rolling a 6-sided die 99 times, or going to work every day to save up the money you lost because the wallet's "random" function turned out to have a flaw? ​ [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1cUUfMeOijg&ab\_channel=TomScott](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1cUUfMeOijg&ab_channel=TomScott) ​ [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxP30euw3-0&ab\_channel=Numberphile](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxP30euw3-0&ab_channel=Numberphile)

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You make a totally unsubstantiated claim....you have zero stats to back it up...it is pure bluster. Knowing how to operate your own cold storage is far superior both in terms of control and security. I know people who have lost their sats due to HW malfunction whereas operating your own CS is easy, simple essentially free - more simple and less risky than these heavily touted, over priced and over hyped HW gadgets. Learning how to do cold storage is a skill easily acquired and will last a lifetime- dependency on HW gadgets is not monetary sovereignty- it exposes you to multiple unnecessary risks and leaves you a passive consumer.

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>However, what's puzzling me is why the ETH fee is so high? 1. The more widely accepted reason is ***technical debt***. In layman terms, ETH is ***badly designed*** from the start. It became too hard to fix later down the road when it is badly designed start. 2. The more speculative reason is ***ETH social-dynamics***. In days of POW, ETH wanted to keep gas fees high to incentivize miners to stay on ETH and away from copy cat competitors. Crypto projects are largely open source - making it very easy for competitors to spin up forks (copies of your project). Back then, miners' hashpower is what determined your project's legitimacy because it is a direct indicator of security. Once ETH switched to POS, devs realized there are more money to be made from building L2s scaling solutions than to fix ETH gas problem. If devs worked on main net, they can only get paid by the ETH foundation's limited funds. If devs work on L2s, they can make new tokens, like ARB,OP etc.,and sell them to hedge funds, venture capitalists, and retail speculators to make more money than what ETH foundation can provide. So the economic incentives naturally shifted to building L2s than fixing gas the problems on main net. I recommend you to read Laura Shin's book, *The Cryptopians: Idealism, Greed, Lies, and the Making of the First Big Cryptocurrency Craze*. She helps reader to understand ETH history from the very early days. It is something very hard for newcomers to learn about, because few talks about it. There is a lot of documentary about BTC history, not so much about ETH. ETH was a venture capitalist project funded by an early BTC adopter - my memory is fuzzy but I think was Joseph Lubin. Vitalik Buterin thought up the idea of a decentralized computer that was Turing Complete, now called ETH. But Vitalik didn't really have enough technical knowledge to completely code it himself. The Joseph hired a team of engineers to finish coding and the team members included, ppl like Gavin Wood. You could tell Joseph Lubin was running the entire show behind the scene, and he is an extremely manipulative fuck. He puts Vitalik up as the "nerdy/friendly" mascot of the ecosystem to build ETH image. But you could tell he doesn't give much of a fuck about what Vitalik thinks in the early days. For example, Vitalik thought ETH would be a more credible ecosystem if it launched as a fair mining project, aka no huge allocations for insiders. From the book, you get the sense of Joseph Lubin and other early investors were pressuring the early ETH coding team really hard to launch, even if it wasn't ready. You get a sense ETH was built on a rush to help the early investors to make money. Lubin was somewhat running out of patience with ppl like Gavin and Vitalik who were trying to do things right. But Lubin was the boss and got to make the final decision. Later on, you hear directly from interviews with Gavin Wood, that ETH wasn't designed well from the start. You get very similar opinion from CS engineers who came into crypto later. The evidence also shows up in practice. ETH is known for loads of DeFi hacks, like drainers and re-entrancy attacks because of how its operating system, called EVM, works. This is why crypto has so many competing blockchains, because ETH provided a "proof of concept" but a very bad execution. Early ETH founders, like Gavin Wood and Charles Hoskinson, went onto build their own things. And late comers like the Move team introduced their Web 2 coding experience to provide a better OS for crypto. This ***technical debt*** story is probably the most prescribed explanation to why ETH can't keep its gas down. It is also help people to rationalize why the **most well-funded crypto project can't fix the gas problem after so many years of research**. Now ETH holders will sell you that ETH can scale but it chose not to, because it wants to keep hardware requirements down to participate. Let me explain why I don't buy it. * ETH POW never had that mindset. It was basically a massive GPU rat race. If you didn't have the latest Nvidia GPU, you can eat shit. This is exactly why gamers were fuming over crypto during the COVID lockdown as ETH miners raided all the latest GPU shipments. If ETH was conscience of hardware decentralization, it would have chosen Monero's approach, as CPU mining is a lot more accessible. * ETH future road map will ramp up hardware requirements for "full nodes", aka to do both execution and consensus. See [https://ethereum.org/nl/roadmap/pbs/](https://ethereum.org/nl/roadmap/pbs/) and [https://www.coindesk.com/tech/2023/12/13/ethereums-buterin-floats-prospect-of-taking-some-layer-2-functions-back-on-main-chain/](https://www.coindesk.com/tech/2023/12/13/ethereums-buterin-floats-prospect-of-taking-some-layer-2-functions-back-on-main-chain/). * They will also tell you, ETH could achieve Solana speed, if ETH just increased its blocksize. You can tell only computer illiterate would say such garbage. ETH computation is serial and Solana computation is parallel. Increasing hertz on a Pentium 4 CPU won't help it match the work speed of a i-5 core, even if the i-5 runs at a lower speed clock speed. "Crypto bros" are often very annoying. Not only do they think they have "better opinion" of how social/financial systems can run. These non-technical buffoons also think they know more computer science stuff than the computer scientists working on non-ETH alt projects. Very often they are proven wrong and wrong again, think how UST/LUNA ended with revolutionizing stablecoins, lol. Now watch the ETH maxi drones downvote my post to censor me.

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COBOL is easy to learn. JP Morgan Chase has been training recentl CS grads to program in it.

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Honestly the only game ive found that isnt a scam and you just play for coins is Cryptoroyale. I dont understand why these platforms just dont make the game first and do skins on top, CS Go has proven you dont need a bunch of dropbox or nft scams to make a game successful.

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Never played mmos much but CS:GO skins did confirm to me that people are very ok spending insane amounts of money on digital valuables. Several thousands for a sniper or knife skin is insanity to me,but there's a huge community that genuinely sees it as a hobby and good valur. Even though I see no value in skins it did help convince me crypto has real value.

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Thank you so much—yeah, I did almost 3 years of C++ in CS grad school, plus Python, C#, Java, and now a lot of JS/TS. I miss C-like languages though! Appreciate the resource—there are soooooooo many resources out there it’s hard to know what’s good and what’s just SEO-optimized crap.

Mentions:#CS#JS
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What is CS? blockchain.com is a scam. They do grabs on an intermittent basis, not enough to gain widespread attention, which allows them to continue as a going concern and lure in new victims. This is known as selective scamming.

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Head over to the crypto.com subreddit. Reach out to Bryan he is an employee and will assist quicker than just using the in app CS. He has helped multiple times.

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And you think that Quantum computers wont wreck bitcoin? That having every transaction in the blockchain won't lead to the state knowing everything about your transactions? That anything threatening to overturn the US dollar would be destroyed?..... To be honest. Ubs CS drama was not good. But if Id want to buy a house in 3 years with my life savings Id still much much much rather have it in CHF than Bitcoin. The volatility is a serious problem

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And you think with UBS absorbing CS that is going to last?

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Man, this describes me to a T. Absolutely befuddled I did not get into Bitcoin earlier considering I was CS, libertarian, and argued for a gold standard all the way back in college (also 2012). Reflecting a bit, what prevented me was lingering brainwashing of the fiat money matrix. I saw the early price rises of Bitcoin as a “missed opportunity,” and figured the next one was elsewhere - this is the speculation/gambling mindset that has been instilled in us for the last 50 years, when in reality the proper mindset would have been to just be in the world’s most scarce asset to ever exist, regardless of it being “an opportunity.” I was also hanging around Keynsian liberals, and that probably didn’t help either. One thing this makes me think about is that if it took us this long to see the light, just imagine how it is for the average person.

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Perhaps for micro transactions I remember it was kind of cool playing CS and getting some Nano instantly

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I’m so fucking sick of Ledger. My wife ordered me a Ledger Stax for Christmas like two years ago. Still never shipped. Both I and her have reached out for updates to CS and social media many times. Two years later, still nothing and no response and no product except ‘coming soon’. I’m not giving them another dime of my money.

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7 tps, it was a neat thought experiment and would probably make a good CS PhD thesis. Too bad it turned into a get rich quick scheme where people will try to convince you that it is the currency of the future. When I buy gas in the future, I guess I will have to sleep in my car while I wait for the transaction to process. And by the time it clears, the price might have already changed by 5%. Mass adoption imminent

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I’ve read it but thanks again for all your respectful and thought provoking discussion. I’m patient and very much like the Silk Road business, mixers, and hell, even address to address transactions…. It took time for people (and the people that started chainaylsis) to understand. I wonder if there is a reason Zcash’s security changed and isn’t used much anymore. It’s almost like bugs and work arounds are found in software throughout its deployment (see BTC double spending). I think I’ll sit back, continue to learn and not act like I understand everything about the tech. I hope you get better at discussing the subject with others. I’m pro crypto and none of this was FUD. It was discussing a transaction and possibilities of where money ends up and how it got there. The entire industry has to improve in the way it approaches people imo…. To grow where we want it to. Have a good weekend! I’m gonna go enjoy the heated pool my CS/math degree bought that I should give back, haha. Hope you have a good weekend.

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When did i say it wasn’t secure? I said I’ve listen to a discussion about a large mining group potentially using fees to launder money. Not attacking the network. It would still be operating as expected. Using the fee structure to launder money. It is a nice straw-man though. I like BTC. This wasn’t an idea I came up with. Im happy to state my background and I don’t work in cryptography. Your criticism falls flat, though, as the CS industry generally laughs at old databases that have been evolved on over the past decade. Oh wow…. You’re a miner. You understand everything now. Apologies for triggering you. Have a good one

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> Especially given a CS background, lol. Whatever you paid for that CS degree get that money back I'm a BTC miner and also have a career in tech. Everthing you said is made up bullshit. The BTC network is vastly more secure than that and all nodes must be in sync and part of the network before any miner can accept problems to solve from the network.

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It sucks but it might not. I shouldn’t have acting like they will just put it out but if it was money laundering we will probably hear about it… or if people are using this miner/block fee scheme often I believe we will hear all the mechanics eventually. It would have to be a big player that can setup the game with their hash power, so it would be wild. I’ve mined but never BTC…. Lowly Ravencoin and slowly at that. https://www.chainalysis.com this is the company themselves and they have tons of solid work like with the Silk Road etc. …… starting with mixers but they are slow to release things to try to stay ahead of people. I find crypto so interesting but only understand like a 1/10th of what I should. Especially given a CS background, lol.

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Why is this so hard to understand. They are nothing alike except this they both are in the crypto industry. Also the security laws CS supposedly violated are basically KYC laws that are very broad. It's more of a if the government really wants to take you out then they will sort of thing. Nowhere was CZ ever accused for stealing or misusing funds or manipulating the market. SBF basically just spent customer funds on himself and because he thought he could get away with it. The two couldn't be more different.

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Why is this so hard to understand. They are nothing alike except this they both are in the crypto industry. Also the security laws CS supposedly violated are basically KYC laws that are very broad. It's more of a if the government really wants to take you out then they will sort of thing. Nowhere was CZ ever accused for stealing or misusing funds or manipulating the market. SBF basically just spent customer funds on himself and because he thought he could get away with it. The two couldn't be more different.

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did u contacted CS and did video kyc which they request for after blocking account ?

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collectables within gaming will be a big one once big names start picking up the technology. Sick of seeing this use case being the main eye catcher for some web3 games but then their games just end up being absolutely trash. Using stuff like NFT's in a game like CS2 would do really well in the market

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