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🔵Why having Good Technical Analysis Skills is not Enough to be A good Trader?

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Lots of opportunities for blockchain developers despite the bear market!

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CAN WE TRUST SMART DEVICES WITH OUT DATA? - IoT expert says blockchain might be the missing piece of the puzzle

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Full English Translation of the Central African Republic Cryptocurrency Law

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Qualtrics Survey | Cryptocurrencies and personality traits - Participate in our study!

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Is the overall crypto community Libertarian or something else?

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Bitcoin electricity versus bank: INTERACTIVE DATA VISUALISATION

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Bitcoin electricity versus bank: INTERACTIVE DATA VISUALISATION

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Bitcoin (PoW) Mining Energy Consumption

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Bitcoin (PoW) Mining Energy Consumption

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Nvidia Confirms Hack And Stolen DATA

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Hijacked Crypto Currency or Wallets Over Gross Medical Miscalculations?

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THE DEMOCRATiZATION OF DATA BROUGHT BY CRYPTO

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Tidal Global - A Revolution is Coming to Polygon Matic | DAPP Suite | Data Driven NFTs | First-of-Its-Kind Utility

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🚀Meta Web 3 Inu 🐶 | Fairlaunch Today 14:30 UTC🚀 | Next 1000X Gems 💎 | Audit & kyc Has been booked ✅ | C m c and C g Fastlist after launch 📈 | Don’t miss it guys ⏳

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Is GATE.IO LEGIT?

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Explore The Metaverse Discover apps, services and communities coordinating capital, culture and experiences on the decentralized web.

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Crypto portfolio in EXCEL or Google.Sheets

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Crypto portfolio in EXCEL or Google.Sheets

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Google Sheet Crypto Tracker Template

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When in doubt, zoom out!

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$RAIN l Play-to-earn gaming platform l Supported by Alameda Capital & CoinFund l 21k+ Discord l Big revenues already l 1200+ gamers already using it l Fair Launch Token Sale on Dec 17th

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Full Details on the free exclusive NFT from the Matt Damon FFTB commercial

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🦊FoxBoy 👦 #14 on Coinmarketcap!!!!. Surviving and Recovering The Dip Already Huge Buys started 🚀 !! . 3D NFT Marketplace + Gaming that will dominated the BSC!!!

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🦊FoxBoy 👦 #12 on Coinmarketcap Live and top 3 next !!!!. No max transaction. 3D NFT Marketplace + Gaming that will dominated the BSC!!! | Liquidity locked

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🦊FoxBoy 👦 Coinmarketcap Live and CG soon !!!!. No max transaction. 3D NFT Marketplace + Gaming that will dominated the BSC!!! | Liquidity locked | for 7 months at DxSale!

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🦊FoxBoy 👦 Coinmarketcap live !!!! Crazy marketing on TikTok. No max transaction. Marketplace that will raise the bar in crypto! Biggest buys 15k and 11k dollars! | Liquidity locked | for 7 months at DxSale!

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Index tokens and providers

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Thanksgiving, Black-Friday discount promo codes for CryptoCurrency DATA subscriptions?

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Repeat after me…”PAST DATA DO NOT DICTATE FUTURE RESULTS” We have no idea what will happen

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I’m repeating the literal DATA. Where is your data that “things are not good”? Inflation is lower than last year and going down. Employment numbers are high and demand for workers is high. The US dollar is strong which allows for cheaper imports and high purchasing power. The economy is consistently growing higher than expected, with higher job numbers than expected and lower inflation. Inflation isn’t great, and the economy isn’t at its best, but it’s doing remarkably well given the global situation (fuel and food pressure from Ukraine, supply chain issues from zero covid China policies, supply chain hangups from lockdowns still lingering etc)

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DATA (Streamer)

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Check out @streamr on Twitter. They often have rewards for simple tasks to earn DATA tokens.

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Transactions are steadily increasing at this chain swap and liquidity pooling site. Any r/CC on the recent performance/stability of this site? ​ [DATA SOURCE](https://stargate.finance/overview)

I believe that what NFT minting which were created on Ethereum and democratised with scaling solutions like Polygon and Unique Network should now be made available to all sort of DATA and personal data is worth money as corporations know! Brave browser was a great start but we must continue!

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

#DATA is never truly deleted from a hard drive it would be best to remove that hard drive if it had anything to do with your crypto wallet or anything you would like to keep secure

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BSC is the best blockchain. Low fees and the potential is just as much as anywhere else. What we have done at GemCave Token is proof of that. NFT images that are stored 100% on-chain with no server hosting fees. 100% of META DATA is stored on-chain. Cant go offline. 100% secure. All done through smart contracts . Look it up - Gemcave.org

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Hey all, what are some of the best Web3 DATA infrastructure projects out there? I only know about The Graph (GRT) and PARSIQ (PRQ). Are they doing the same thing and are there others out there?

Mentions:#DATA#GRT#PRQ

Ethereum: network upgrade every 2 years. Polkadot: crypto for blockchain experts. Solana: security, decentralization, scalability, pick one. Secret network: in TPM we trust Monero: \[DATA EXPUNGED\]

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

A circle is made up of a line? I'm not sure. THERE IS AS YET INSUFFICIENT DATA FOR A MEANINGFUL ANSWER.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>This is obv something that’s completely amoral. I LOVE ADVERTISEMENTS! PLEASE STEAL ALL MY DATA AND SPOON FEED ME ADVERTISEMENTS!

Mentions:#DATA#FEED
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Theres simple charts that show government spending over the years, pretty easy for anyone with their eyes open to see Trudeau has outpaced every other prime minister. You just choose to see and believe what you want, I'm not going to spoon feed you. You need to do actual research for yourself, again not blatantly believing everything that's being said to you, and actually fact checking based on DATA and EVIDENCE.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>Hence, the ridiculed meme chart did it again It didn't do anything again. You don't understand the joke if you think its doing anything. >Jesus christ people. >NO I'M NOT SERIOUS ABOUT THE RAINBOW CHART >YOU SHOULD NOT EXPECT TO BE ABLE TO TRADE BITCOIN PROFITABLY BASED ON A SILLY REGRESSION ON HISTORIC PRICE DATA >THERE IS NO REASON WHY BITCOIN SHOULD FOLLOW THIS TREND >IT IS A JOKE >The whole purpose of the Rainbow chart is to highlight how silly it is to think that you can trade bitcoin profitably based on a regression formula >*Yes I know that it looks like the bitcoin price is following the Rainbow exactly* >This is the entire point. It's a curve fit. This is the same for Rainbow, S2F and tons of other charts. They're made to trick you in to thinking there's an inherent fundamental relationship. https://twitter.com/ercwl/status/1341061789182791683

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

He just talks, he seriously has no serious arguments, no DATA, nothing. Just whining about the death of ETH and saying everything is over.

Mentions:#DATA#ETH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Hype has a strong power, and with better or worse narrative it's all about it! It's extremely complex to value a crypto project as it's revenue streams tend to be hard to quantify let alone, and then the crypto volatility makes even harder. It's hard do understand how oracles like DIA or BAND are so low on the CMC... and even more scandalous, how is LINK, a so big and important protocol that collects and delivers DATA to most of the crypto space? Half of DeFi would stop working without it... and, LINK don't even make top 20...

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That's a long way to go, possible, but probably not even likely... crypto has a future, defi has a future and ethereum has a future... what future? We'll need to find out! My take on this is always bet on the infrastructure and not punt into projects! I like L1s in general because of this, and ETH is great for this alongside other like BNB, ADA, etc. Oracles like DIA and LINK are also a great way to invest on crucial infrastructure with guaranteed growth thanks to the increasing DATA demand. Protocols like Subscan or Subsquid are also good example of this

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm very curious about the growth of NFT markets and how will it work in terms of aggregators, but there's still quite limited developments on the space, compared with LP aggregators and so on. I know that Dia Data and Zummer partnered for a live NFT DATA, but with time, it will be very interesting to have an aggregator putting together NFTs from the same collection on different exchanges and have the price, fees, etc compared!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I believe that Web3 is also a lot about DATA ownership, and about each person's owning their DATA/information and be able to monetize it, keep it, or do whatever it wants with it! Brave Browser might be a great first step towards Web 3! But many are following as NFT projects such as QTZ and WAX can achieve... imagine each social media post be tokenized as an NFT and it's profits (from ads or whatever) could be sold on open market. As a creator I might create a viral post/video/music and then sell it so an investor

Mentions:#DATA#QTZ
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Ocean's DATA tokenization into NFTs is a great proof of the brilliance of the crypto space and how often out of the box ideas see life! It's really interestesting the NFT integration into DeFi as Unique Network CEO Aleksandar Mitrovic suggests! Looking forward now to real world asset tokenizations!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Surprised. I'll say DIA (DIAdata) is one of LINKs biggest competitors. I'll say trellor is as well. However, its approach to collecting DATA is quite different to LINKs. It's partnered with a lot of blockchains too, CEFI and DEFI projects as well as powering stablecoins. I know the Acala dollar to be one. You asked for one sentence, I've done a lot already. LOL. I'm feeling like the team owes me a lot for this.

r/BitcoinSee Comment

Or otherwise consider converting to a StableCoin, or a Token offering AirDrops or otherwise PAXg then diversify to more exchanges, Many offer their OWN PayMent dbit cards, Banks ALL wanna know AII BlG DATA AB0UT Y0U! (pm me for inside scoop, Mention: ‘inside SC00P wanted!’)

Mentions:#OWN#DATA#SC
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Not here to shill, but this is the whole concept of Streamr ($DATA token).

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I have an honest answer as a BSC Developer myself. One that likes to call himself moral as I do right by my investors as they will testify to you in our telegram. I'm the proud owner of the BSC Project GemCave Token, and I have a beautiful community that have stuck by me and my team through this bear market, we're around 5 months old now and still pushing on with new innovative tech developments. We are dedicated to our community just as they are to us. The GemCave Team have pushed out a serious amount of utility already on the binance smart chain through GemCave Token and believe we truly showcase the potential of the BEST LOW FEE SMART CHAIN OUT THERE - BINANCE SMART CHAIN. Let me explain how in a brief paragraph... If you thought BSC was just a dumping ground of scams, your almost right but not quite - It has better capabilities than most smart chains in my opinion and our In-House Tech proves it. We have a series of NFTs (5000 all minted), the META DATA of which is 100% stored ON-CHAIN. Eth has 100x the fees of BSC and the NFT projects are stored on regular servers with the ability to go offline. [Linked Here is a medium article](https://medium.com/@gemcavecoin/gemcave-token-defi-project-solves-inherent-security-risks-of-all-nfts-with-its-new-smart-19cd68ede7a7) highlighting why our NFT Tech is vastly superior to IPFS storage.

r/BitcoinSee Comment

Because no lawsuit was allowed into DISCOVERY where they present the evidence! The tossed the cases out before that happened (wonder why) IF you wanna see some blow away evidence actually backed by HARD DATA I suggest you watch “2000 Mules” quite a eye opener!

Mentions:#HARD#DATA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

yeha its a bit early and much, to say its due to gamespot nft opening. First its still raw as fuck and not very populated. it might take over, but it would be fairly stupid to already lay off 20% of your staff and throw in the towel all because some competition just started, that you have no clue on how well they will take off. They might get hacked and people avoid them. Its more to due with the extended low crypto prices, and the economic outlook for that changing, not really looking good. Even out of crypto, while the latest job numbers are good, most tech companies are saying they will freeze hiring. And looks like what ever slow down we have will last at least til mid 2023 and looking at THAT DATA, it makes a lot of sense to draw down 20% of your workforce. they might end up laying off more DUE to gamespot, but the latest layoffs, definitely isnt due to gamespot, its too early to react like that.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The ease of use is one of the pillars for mass adoption in regular crypto the same way that ease of accessibility to reliable DATA can make the crypto space grow and empower it's innovation

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

> LOL. If I "edited" it in later then it would show. No, it doesn't within a few minutes. Have you literally been on reddit for like 2 days to not know this? And by your own logic here, why would my comment (which also hasn't been edited) have your quote differently, lol? > Just search "safest way to hold Bitcoin" and every single expert source will argue for hardware wallets. Some guy just saying that with no supporting reason doesn't matter. What actual DATA or logical arguments do they provide to support that? (None, I've researched it a lot, but go ahead and hit me with what you've got) > Even the article that you somehow provided as "proof" of your assertion said that hardware wallets are the best. Not with any good arguments, they didn't. Again, I am citing it purely for the chainalysis and CIDR data parts. The editorializing the articles do on top of those is trash and not supported with anything meaningful. > Damn it must be even more embarrassing to not even understand that your own "sources" disagree with you. I understand it just fine, I just don't care because they have no good arguments for that conclusion any more than you do. > And again, you are trying to argue that "4%" of people that self custody with hardware wallets lose it, and that is just plain false. I already provided 2 sources for this, where are you getting your superior chain analytics from than chainalysis and Cane Island Digital Research?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

In terms of prices I can tell I'm disappointed with almost every single asset I own with some little exceptions such as BTC and ETH which are still green. I understand when you mention GRT and LINK, and by one hand I even agree, I even wrote about it today mentioning I can't get why nor how the oracles have been performing so bad in terms of prices even with it's ecosystem consistently grows as DIA and BAND are solid examples, as makes sense and the ever growing crypto space needs reliable oracle DATA feeds. Meanwhile... prices stall! Anyway, I guess it's not fair to judge a project for it's recent price action.

r/BitcoinSee Comment

I think that in order to understand how it is even remotely possible that any governmental institution can "find" and "seize" a wallet, a quick google search would not suffice. What sort of "surveillance" would "prove" that one has indeed a wallet? What about the app? Suppose I bought Bitcoin on Coinbase, and I've sent this amount to 'a' address. How does one "prove" that this address is a wallet or is an address that belongs to me? Even when you can follow the transaction on blockchain, there is no way to "prove" who is the owner behind that address. Also your example of undercover agents who buy from suspects, is a poor example of how one finds out who in general owns bitcoin. It is impossible to have a generalized, statistical outlet of pure DATA, proving both WHO has a wallet and HOW MUCH they have on it. Tell me this then: Tell me how the police of any jurisdiction (you may as well involve the CIA for all I care) will find out whether I, me personally, own a wallet or not. Tell me how they can find out whether I own Bitcoin or not. I am willing to reveal this: I have a Coinbase account. I used personal details such as my name, address, and bank details, to both deposit, withdraw and transfer Bitcoin and other crypto currencies. My transactions can be found on the blockchain. Still I will say that it will remain impossible to deduce from the given details above, that I necessarily own a wallet, and following from that, I personally own Bitcoin. But if you beg to differ, explain me how. NEVER has ANY authority managed to "seize" Bitcoin from any person if: A) it was on a cold storage B) the person never gave away the key phrase involuntarily C) the key phrase was not electronically stored Any other example where the police "seized" crypto was either because: A) the crypto was kept on an exchange (not your key, not your bitcoin) B) It was another cryptocurrency which may have other/faulty security measures (i.e. not cryptographically secured and/or on a blockchain) C) The person voluntarily gave away the key phrase and has failed to be discrete with his own finances. ​ Conclusion: If you are smart in your transactions, and yes, even when you are fully registered and traceable due to your registration and action on ANY exchange, and are discrete about your own funds, it remains IMPOSSIBLE for government to PROVE that you have a wallet and exactly how much you have on it. I can give hundreds of example how this is possible, even without the need for lying to the court/government/anyone who tries to "seize" it.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I know nothing about any of this. I'm just here cuz it's reddit. But even I can get the point that many people have already stated.... it was a leak from a third party shopping cart of SALES DATA. What on earth are you concerned about.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Oh I see why you're so confused. I'm not claiming that it's absolutely required. I'm providing information and you're providing opinions back. I'm basing my arguments around the white paper because I assume they have done some actual statistical analysis and then arguing based on. Until you can send me ANY DATA about lightning nodes life cycles or any research paper with a different viewpoint of channel requirements this is the best we have. That doesn't mean I'm claiming it's required for people to open this many channels per year for lightning to work. You're the one who's baselessly claiming something. Why should I trust you when you constantly try to twist my words and accuse me instead of trying to show me data or good faith arguments? You're the bullshitter here. I don't know how many times I've asked for anything other than your opinion but you keep pulling stuff out of your ass.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Privacy? I opened an acc in Binance yesterday and they kept pushing KYC until I said delete my stuff I FEAR FOR MISUSE OF MY DATA. Not sure they even deleted. They have my id, my address, my photo, they wanted a video with my voice. FUCK PRIVACY!

Mentions:#FEAR#DATA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Wow. What an incredibly dumb question. I didn't believe they existed until now. It's a DATA STRUCTURE, not a product. What do they teach on those online MBA courses?!?! How many linked lists are still running from 70 years ago when they were invented? Or how many queues? You can't even formulate the right question. That's how completely ignorant you sound

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I definitely agree!! The innovation on the NFT space is amazing and thrilling! RFTs from Unique, DATA NFTs from Ocean, private NFTs from secret network! Gotta love the rate of development even on a bear market! How can people say crypto is dead?!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

As Ben Cohan says “NON-BUBBLE DATA”. Dude is using just the peak price as saying ‘NoT a HeDgE’. If you invested in 2012 that’s an annualized return of ~ 122%. Even at todays ‘lows’.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

He just doesn’t understand that the technology isn’t Bitcoin. It’s the Network that bitcoin and ANY OTHER DATA, can transact on. An immutable public ledger that anyone can use. That has never been available before. And the use case could change the entire global financial industry. A person in a one bedroom apartment can write the code that acts as a global bank, and can service as many people as a current bank. Because banks are about security and they get that by having their own private ledgers. To have those ledgers and maintain them they need 1000’s of employees. With Blockchain technology security responsibilities and maintenance transfers to the blockchain network. It would be like if Wells Fargo opened up their ledger for all to use and take advantage of, but their ledger is probably terrible and you would never want to use it to store your transactions because they aren’t trustworthy. Well Bitcoins ledger is immutable, and trust-less. THAT is its power. Its not governed by any one group that could decide to change something on a whim. I just don’t think people like Warren Buffett could possibly understand this.

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

There are NFTs and NFTs and if you look at what Axies Infinity in terms of gaming, or Ocean turning DATA into NFTS, or Unique Network breaking NFT's down go way beyond an expensive JPEG! But the worst of all is a genius and an innovator like Bill Gates trash talking technology this way!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>Jesus christ people. >NO I'M NOT SERIOUS ABOUT THE RAINBOW CHART >YOU SHOULD NOT EXPECT TO BE ABLE TO TRADE BITCOIN PROFITABLY BASED ON A SILLY REGRESSION ON HISTORIC PRICE DATA >THERE IS NO REASON WHY BITCOIN SHOULD FOLLOW THIS TREND >IT IS A JOKE https://twitter.com/ercwl/status/1341061789182791683?lang=en

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Not . . . \*DATA!\*

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yes, here's a twitter thread of him debunking it: https://twitter.com/ercwl/status/1341061789182791683 >"Jesus christ people." >"NO I'M NOT SERIOUS ABOUT THE RAINBOW CHART" >"YOU SHOULD NOT EXPECT TO BE ABLE TO TRADE BITCOIN PROFITABLY BASED ON A SILLY REGRESSION ON HISTORIC PRICE DATA" >"THERE IS NO REASON WHY BITCOIN SHOULD FOLLOW THIS TREND" >"IT IS A JOKE" >"The whole purpose of the Rainbow chart is to highlight how silly it is to think that you can trade bitcoin profitably based on a regression formula"

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I agree that oracles offer a crucial for the good function of the whole crypto space bringing DATA from outside the chain to the smart-contracts on chain. DIA is a good examples as many others but still a though to get a serious valuation on it like we could do on a stock

Mentions:#DATA#DIA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

His credibility is meaningless.... He doesn't have to prove anything. Either he drops the data cache..... Or he doesn't. If his dying like he says, what's he care if people think his credible. There will be identifying conversations in any released data that make the person dropping the data meaningless. His credibility is meaningless, all that matters is the DATA. So, now we wait and it either drops.... or it doesn't.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

They already track everything you do. What do you think data brokers are selling? YOUR PERSONAL DATA

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I found Bill's response odd considering Microsoft's patent from 2019 WO2020060606 - CRYPTOCURRENCY SYSTEM USING BODY ACTIVITY DATA

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What are whales doing rn? Are they biding their time or accumulating someone spew me some DATA

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What makes us so sure this situation is temporary? >“THERE IS AS YET INSUFFICIENT DATA FOR A MEANINGFUL ANSWER

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That kind of quality posts around here is amazing. I love when users share the experiments because is DATA that is difficult to get.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

‘WITH OUT’ OR ‘WITH OUR’ DATA?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

So it’s not a bit educational? There are several projects working on the Web 3 Data Economy. I guess the DATA Index by Index Coop summarizes them nicely.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Man, just bought some shiit on the web... it jas been a long time but good lord I freaking hate putting EVERY SINGLE DAMN DATA for buy one single damn thing. It infuriates me a damn lot. The store was like 50m from my house and I didn't want to bother anyone to go buy it but and today was the last day I could have bought it and I clutched it like 30m before the deadline, I didn't have a chance. BITCOIN SOLVES THIS!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Nice! Look at all that DATA

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

SO MUCH MOON DATA! ![gif](giphy|3o72FfM5HJydzafgUE)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

> Everything else I have disagreed with you on. There IS nothing else, unless you disagree that electricity is distributed unevenly around the world? If so please confirm. If you don't disagree with me on that either, then please indicate which of the LOGICAL, NOT DATA-BASED steps in the argument after that you disagree with and why. If none, then you have no objections to my argument I guess, since that's all there is to it. Here is a graphical depiction of the argument if it makes it clearer: https://imgur.com/a/Rlrv3Vj > I will go towards alternative energy sources Yes so what? Some countries are better able to get cheap alternative energy sources too. That's ALSO unevenly distributed around the globe. So it has nothing to do with any objection to the argument I made. You will still hit a few limited places on earth with the CHEAPEST alternative energy. > or stranded energy Stranded energy can be sought in all countries around the globe, and its availability is ALSO unevenly distributed, so that is again irrelevant to my argument. You will still hit a few limited places on earth with the CHEAPEST stranded energy. None of this is an objection, my argument simply doesn't care about any of that. > You can’t find data to back up your claims Once you point out a part of my argument that 1) requires data and 2) we disagree on, I'll go get you some data. But it appears no such part of the argument exists...

Mentions:#DATA#BASED
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Everything is transparent, in case you forget. It’s not hard for anyone to collect REAL DATA my friend..

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You are all into DATA - data oracles, data marketplace.. you found your niche!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Because **EVERYTHING** rests on that reply: **FINAL DATA**! And bsaed on 5 years of data it is **CLEAR** that this project is BS. What part do you not understand there? I am not interested in your personal opinions anchored in your emotional attachment to an investment and the fantasies you've conjured up.

Mentions:#DATA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

DATA Streamr had 600% APY a few weeks back. I think is closer to 300% now. Can't go wrong with Solana. OpenSea just announced they are supporting then. UBT just went live. Major support from Microsoft, SAP, Coca-Cola.

Mentions:#DATA#UBT#SAP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Sure thing mate, Polygons’ policy on data retention is below 8. HOW LONG WILL WE RETAIN YOUR PERSONAL DATA? The Company stores data in global hosting provider with servers across regions and we shall take all reasonable steps to ensure that all Personal Data is destroyed or permanently deleted when no longer required for the Purpose and prepare a disposal schedule for inactive data after 24 month period. The average bank will keep your records for 2-3 financial years, while a law firm is obligated to keep court records for 7 years before destroying them (may vary between countries)

Mentions:#LONG#DATA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Some of us are getting old. Throw in some oldies: SYNERGY, BIG DATA, PARADIGM SHIFT

Mentions:#BIG#DATA
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

You know, a network protocol, a language? When it is common it is bloated and prone to abuse. But anything new can be more difficult to attack. You want to buy it and make it something special. You say Hedera, you mean Ethereum. It's JSON. Specifically trust and apathy will set Ethereum apart. What drives L2 is specificity for usage: network, function, other meta. A decentral public ledger isn't really that innovative. Crypto advocates cite banks, Ukraine, Web3 or whatever... I don't know how they get billion-dollar valuation, unless the DATA is the value?? I.E. ApeCoin represents a WikiLeaks dump of high-value information. 🤔 Otherwise, the L2 abstraction layer combined with a proper OS (Cartesi) do provide insulation from Skynet Armageddon!

Mentions:#DATA#OS
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Venha gerar lucros diários com robô DATA AI, de início já ganha um robô para investimento com validade de 1 mês. Vamos mudar de vida!! https://web.data-ai.vip/#/register?code=486142610

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

If you ask me, I will tell you $DATA but then again I am also just shilling.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

How can a single node compromise the ledger, specifically EXISTING DATA?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

JP Morgan, among many others, have published massive reports on Bitcoin that are back by data. They aren't just guessing. <*Ignores all the data.*> *YOU DON'T HAVE ANY DATA!* **- You** What are you even doing here then?

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Post is by: No2Censorship and the url/text [ ](https://goo.gl/GP6ppk)is: /r/CryptoCurrency/comments/sx917k/hijacked_crypto_currency_or_wallets_over_gross/ # The question on every-bodies lips! Canadian Parliament Suspended over Crypto to make "5 Eyes" a Squinting FourEyes! I am a data scientist and earned millions in crypto using DATA SCIENCE. IT WORKS. Lost 4% in the fall recently January 2022, not a big loss as others lost 65%, they did not get out in time. I also apply the science to epidemiology and immunology as that is my original skill in medicine and bioinformatics. It can happen to anybody regardless of political affiliations: your worst nightmare of a tyrant can suddenly turn into a monster. I am in London and we lead the world on freeing of vaccine mandates (except the NHS who are political not medical). Locally, vaccine passports at an end now because Boris saw his way out ... Omicron was the **live** **virus** **inoculation** that he prayed for and it works a treat; even the BMJ and JAMA, the worlds best medical journals studies see cases falling by the epidemiological effect call "***displacement***". **Displacement could have saved Justin, WOOPS!** Peer reviewed by dozens of PhD types, they all agree on this Omicron displacement effects: ***Edmund Jenner*** style - the idea that could have also have saved **Justin**, but he did not grab it! So sad, such an easy way out was right there in front of his nose! Boris grabs the lifeline, Justin just denies the lifeline that is as plain as the nose on your face in all the charts in many nations - including the poor ones without vaccines that also show displacement inoculation effects happening **at R ratio of at least 6** \- enormously faster than the Delta spreading ... even with 96% double or triple *vaxed* (myself included). **34 crypto wallets were frozen in Canada by Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre (FINTRAC). This is a big shock.** **QUESTIONS NEEDING ANSWERS. HELP, ARE YOU HOLDING A HIJACKABLE WALLET OR A HIJACKABLE TRADING ACCOUNT THAT IS A TIME BOMB?** 1. What coins, wallets, cryptocurrency trading organizations are the actual **safe** ones and what are the **unsafe** ones? List countries as that is relevant here too. Are you holding a hijackable wallet or hijackable trading account that is a time bomb? We need our crypto in a crisis so having it FAIL AS FAKE is very serious. WHAT ARE THE BAD WALLETS or TRADING ACCOUNTS? 2. Coin traders are all told that Crypto is not government controlled, so that crypto coins are for the very purpose of never having huge bank delays, transactions are robust so if servers go down the transaction continues on other servers anyway. So how do goverments get to FREEZE EVEN CRYPTO ACCOUNTS? 3. We have all seen the cryptocurrency videos on this unsinkable currency right? So how did it get HIJACKED IN CANADA? 4. We are all told crypto avoids banks unfairly skimming huge amounts with currency transfers or currency conversins. Banks are mad at this loss of revenue, so how is it that banks or governments have got cryptocurrency controls? WHO GAVE IT TO THEM? 5. If you criticize some tyrant gaining power it should not affect your crypto trading ability should it? SHOULD IT? 6. Do goverments have staff embedded into crypto organisations? If so which ones? 7. Gate.io (link) is a Crypto trading org that is respected but it is Canadian. So honest answers please. Is gate.io safe and resistant to HIJACKING goverment freezing your accounts? CAT GOT YOUR TONGUE HONEST PEOPLE? >!Blockchain should not be HIJACKABLE right? For example the optional comment field in Ethereal ETH allowed a critical text about China to be PERMANENTLY embedded for time and eternity in a small transaction because BLOCKCHAIN prevents it from ever being erased. THAT IS HOW TOUGH ETH BLOCKCHAIN WAS, BUT HISTORY SHOWS IT WAS NOT ALL THAT STRONG, NOW WAS IT!!< *I am a bot, and this action was performed automatically. Please [contact the moderators of this subreddit](/message/compose/?to=/r/CryptoCurrency) if you have any questions or concerns.*

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Ok, reposting now to catch up with your edit so you can reply to both of my responses at once: Lol OK. A "relaxed way" of saying it. I'd argue that there's a huge difference there in the context of this discussion. In any case, back to that data. How many non high risk people, vaccinated or not, have died from COVID? Do you at least have a link to that data? Edit: No, I didn't know what you meant. People say really stupid shit around here all the time in case you hadn't noticed. So it's not my critical thinking that's in question here, just be more clear with what you say. SO. THAT DATA. LET'S SEE IT. How many non high risk people, vaccinated or not, have died from COVID? Do you at least have a link to that data?

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The platform I use say you have to include ALL DATA FROM ALL YEARS. So when I did that, it shows I held this specific coin for 5 years. I haven’t even been doing crypto 5 years, let alone hold a single coin for 5 years.

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DATA predicts future bitcoin price.....no it doesn't

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Streamr (DATA). Great discord community. Staking going live soon. Good product, essential for web3.

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At best, centralized exchanges are only able to send a 1099 with RAW DATA only, not gains/losses. So the IRS does not know what you owe or can deduct based on RAW transaction data (e.g. total volume transacted one an exchange) The burden is always on the taxpayer to know what the costs basis is and to figure out, at least roughly, what the NET gain/loss is. Cannot be extrapolated from a raw data feed. Some exchanges are trying to get fancy and make compliance and regulatory summons more efficient, but having a partner service that can organize the data sufficiently to extrapolate a PnL on you, but I have yet to see a final product anywhere and would imagine the burden will remain, as always, with the taxpayer, NOT on the exchange, to report your trash

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Frank McCourt stepped in front of an 8-foot-tall screen, summoning a cluster of what looked like white, pixelated sand that hovered beside him. When he moved his hand over another screen, another cluster appeared; this time, the glittering particles took the shape he drew. Walking along the screen, he swept his arm wide to reveal its hidden message: “YOU CONTROL YOUR DATA.” The billionaire real estate mogul was in Manhattan’s Hudson Yards area in September to show off an art exhibit he funded to demonstrate a new model for consumer data. Each digital dot represented one data point that social-media companies collect on him. The first screen depicted today’s model: Social media, search and online retail companies capitalize on information from consumers, who don’t own their data and see little return from the value they create with their clicks. Personal data is behind the $455.3 billion digital-ad market. The second screen represented Mr. McCourt’s vision, where individuals own their data and control how it’s sold and used by companies. “An unprecedented amount of value is being created by everyone’s data. And yet there’s a total disconnect between the creation of that value and who receives it,” Mr. McCourt says. Mr. McCourt is among a handful of business leaders, politicians and startups, such as Brave Software Inc., Reklaim Ltd. and Streamlytics Inc., seeking to empower consumers to control and benefit from the personal data that the technology industry collects on individuals every day. He has pledged $250 million to found Project Liberty, an initiative to rebuild the web as an infrastructure owned by the public. That includes $25 million to develop a decentralized social networking protocol, which he hopes will create a model for personal data governance online. Mr. McCourt, whose background is in real estate and sports ownership, says he was drawn to try to reform the tech industry because of what he sees as social media’s exploitation of users. In his vision, blockchain software, not owned by any individual, would store indelible information about users’ social connections. After getting permission from users, social-media companies would draw from this same pool of data about users’ connections and interactions. Theoretically, this would allow users to move their data between networks and prevent a single company from becoming too powerful. Users could get paid in a cryptocurrency for the use of their data. For example, a user could choose to share posts within a small community that could make its own rules on monetizing data, moderating content and other factors. Eventually, apps for other online activities, such as shopping, might be built on the same technology, with users able to exercise the same control. Users who make their data available to as many companies as possible might hypothetically make a few hundred dollars a year, says Braxton Woodham, president of Unfinished Labs, the arm of Mr. McCourt’s investing firm, McCourt Global Inc., behind Project Liberty. His pitch isn’t about promising users they’ll get rich, he says, but about avoiding exploitation. Mr. McCourt, who owned the Los Angeles Dodgers, started Project Liberty in 2020. He remains chairman and chief executive of McCourt Global. “An unprecedented amount of value is being created by everyone’s data. And yet there’s a total disconnect between the creation of that value and who receives it.” — Frank McCourt, founder of Project Liberty The road to his vision is unclear. “The problem with these networks isn’t getting them to work” technologically, says Ethan Zuckerman, associate professor of public policy information and communication at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. The problem is convincing enough users to leave existing social networks, he says. Social-media companies optimize their networks to keep users there. Would a decentralized social network be as sticky? Plus, blockchain technology tends to make the web run more slowly and expensively, he says. Politicians like California Gov. Gavin Newsom and former presidential and New York mayoral candidate Andrew Yang have floated the idea that consumers should get paid for their data. Some 60% of respondents to a Project Liberty poll of 1,022 U.S. adults in September said they would keep their data private if they owned and controlled it, while another 23% would exchange it for something of value. Some startups are already putting this into practice. The browser Brave pays its 42 million users 70% of the revenue it generates from ads they see. Brave compensates them in its own “Basic Attention Tokens,” which they can redeem for currency or use to tip their favorite sites. Users report earning $5 to $10 monthly, according to a Brave spokeswoman. Would you be willing to get compensated for sharing your personal data? Why or why not? Join the conversation below. Foursquare Labs Inc., the social check-in app-turned-location-aggregator, launched an app in August that rewards consumers with gift cards for sharing their location. Tapestri Inc. introduced an app in November that pays consumers cash for sharing their anonymized location history, which the startup then sells to brands. Users can make up to $15 a month, according to Tapestri founder and Chief Executive Walter Harrison. Tapestri users can’t control which companies buy their data, but the company hopes to add that feature, Mr. Harrison says. Reklaim, for example, gives users a view into the information that the industry buys and sells on them. When a user signs up for Reklaim and verifies her identity, the company uses her email address or phone number to query some 30,000 partners for data on that individual and then shows it to her. If users want to let Reklaim sell that data on their behalf, they get weekly checks as compensation. They can also complete surveys to add more data to their Reklaim profile and get paid more. Some consumers make up to $10 a month through the app. Your browser does not support the audio tag. Much of the data that consumers see about themselves in Reklaim is inaccurate, Chief Executive Neil Sweeney acknowledges, because it’s often the result of assumptions made about the consumer without direct verification. Consumers can correct this data, making it more valuable for brands who buy data from Reklaim. Today, efforts to put consumers in control are limited. A world where they are compensated for their data is far off and beset with challenges, such as attracting users to new tools and upending the existing data-ownership market, which covers both entrenched social-media companies and data brokers that operate without transparency. Some startups are taking advantage of privacy laws that require companies to make available to consumers all the data they have on them—a process that can be tedious and time-consuming for the user. Three-year-old startup Streamlytics has an app called Clture, which pays Black users for their data from sites like Netflix, YouTube, Amazon, Uber and Google Maps. Users can download their data from these sites, then upload it to Clture for cash. Streamlytics strips out the users’ personally identifying information and sells the data to businesses seeking insights into Black consumers’ habits. Streamlytics plans to launch additional apps focused on other communities. “There are a lot of companies that make a lot of money off of the African-American community, particularly around different things going viral,” says Angela Benton, founder and chief executive of Streamlytics. “That never really gets funneled back into the community.” Streamlytics decides how much an individual user’s data is worth using an algorithm that considers the stock performance and market capitalization of the company that the data comes from. Streamlytics’ payouts run as high as a few hundred dollars per quarter for users who maximize the service, Ms. Benton says. “If you have a trillion-dollar company and a large part of that company is built on data inherently, the data that supports that company is worth more than, you know, a dollar or two dollars,” says Ms. Benton.

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Frank McCourt stepped in front of an 8-foot-tall screen, summoning a cluster of what looked like white, pixelated sand that hovered beside him. When he moved his hand over another screen, another cluster appeared; this time, the glittering particles took the shape he drew. Walking along the screen, he swept his arm wide to reveal its hidden message: “YOU CONTROL YOUR DATA.” The billionaire real estate mogul was in Manhattan’s Hudson Yards area in September to show off an art exhibit he funded to demonstrate a new model for consumer data. Each digital dot represented one data point that social-media companies collect on him. The first screen depicted today’s model: Social media, search and online retail companies capitalize on information from consumers, who don’t own their data and see little return from the value they create with their clicks. Personal data is behind the $455.3 billion digital-ad market. The second screen represented Mr. McCourt’s vision, where individuals own their data and control how it’s sold and used by companies. “An unprecedented amount of value is being created by everyone’s data. And yet there’s a total disconnect between the creation of that value and who receives it,” Mr. McCourt says. Mr. McCourt is among a handful of business leaders, politicians and startups, such as Brave Software Inc., Reklaim Ltd. and Streamlytics Inc., seeking to empower consumers to control and benefit from the personal data that the technology industry collects on individuals every day. He has pledged $250 million to found Project Liberty, an initiative to rebuild the web as an infrastructure owned by the public. That includes $25 million to develop a decentralized social networking protocol, which he hopes will create a model for personal data governance online. Mr. McCourt, whose background is in real estate and sports ownership, says he was drawn to try to reform the tech industry because of what he sees as social media’s exploitation of users. In his vision, blockchain software, not owned by any individual, would store indelible information about users’ social connections. After getting permission from users, social-media companies would draw from this same pool of data about users’ connections and interactions. Theoretically, this would allow users to move their data between networks and prevent a single company from becoming too powerful. Users could get paid in a cryptocurrency for the use of their data. For example, a user could choose to share posts within a small community that could make its own rules on monetizing data, moderating content and other factors. Eventually, apps for other online activities, such as shopping, might be built on the same technology, with users able to exercise the same control. Users who make their data available to as many companies as possible might hypothetically make a few hundred dollars a year, says Braxton Woodham, president of Unfinished Labs, the arm of Mr. McCourt’s investing firm, McCourt Global Inc., behind Project Liberty. His pitch isn’t about promising users they’ll get rich, he says, but about avoiding exploitation. Mr. McCourt, who owned the Los Angeles Dodgers, started Project Liberty in 2020. He remains chairman and chief executive of McCourt Global. “An unprecedented amount of value is being created by everyone’s data. And yet there’s a total disconnect between the creation of that value and who receives it.” — Frank McCourt, founder of Project Liberty The road to his vision is unclear. “The problem with these networks isn’t getting them to work” technologically, says Ethan Zuckerman, associate professor of public policy information and communication at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. The problem is convincing enough users to leave existing social networks, he says. Social-media companies optimize their networks to keep users there. Would a decentralized social network be as sticky? Plus, blockchain technology tends to make the web run more slowly and expensively, he says. Politicians like California Gov. Gavin Newsom and former presidential and New York mayoral candidate Andrew Yang have floated the idea that consumers should get paid for their data. Some 60% of respondents to a Project Liberty poll of 1,022 U.S. adults in September said they would keep their data private if they owned and controlled it, while another 23% would exchange it for something of value. Some startups are already putting this into practice. The browser Brave pays its 42 million users 70% of the revenue it generates from ads they see. Brave compensates them in its own “Basic Attention Tokens,” which they can redeem for currency or use to tip their favorite sites. Users report earning $5 to $10 monthly, according to a Brave spokeswoman. Would you be willing to get compensated for sharing your personal data? Why or why not? Join the conversation below. Foursquare Labs Inc., the social check-in app-turned-location-aggregator, launched an app in August that rewards consumers with gift cards for sharing their location. Tapestri Inc. introduced an app in November that pays consumers cash for sharing their anonymized location history, which the startup then sells to brands. Users can make up to $15 a month, according to Tapestri founder and Chief Executive Walter Harrison. Tapestri users can’t control which companies buy their data, but the company hopes to add that feature, Mr. Harrison says. Reklaim, for example, gives users a view into the information that the industry buys and sells on them. When a user signs up for Reklaim and verifies her identity, the company uses her email address or phone number to query some 30,000 partners for data on that individual and then shows it to her. If users want to let Reklaim sell that data on their behalf, they get weekly checks as compensation. They can also complete surveys to add more data to their Reklaim profile and get paid more. Some consumers make up to $10 a month through the app. Your browser does not support the audio tag. Much of the data that consumers see about themselves in Reklaim is inaccurate, Chief Executive Neil Sweeney acknowledges, because it’s often the result of assumptions made about the consumer without direct verification. Consumers can correct this data, making it more valuable for brands who buy data from Reklaim. Today, efforts to put consumers in control are limited. A world where they are compensated for their data is far off and beset with challenges, such as attracting users to new tools and upending the existing data-ownership market, which covers both entrenched social-media companies and data brokers that operate without transparency. Some startups are taking advantage of privacy laws that require companies to make available to consumers all the data they have on them—a process that can be tedious and time-consuming for the user. Three-year-old startup Streamlytics has an app called Clture, which pays Black users for their data from sites like Netflix, YouTube, Amazon, Uber and Google Maps. Users can download their data from these sites, then upload it to Clture for cash. Streamlytics strips out the users’ personally identifying information and sells the data to businesses seeking insights into Black consumers’ habits. Streamlytics plans to launch additional apps focused on other communities. “There are a lot of companies that make a lot of money off of the African-American community, particularly around different things going viral,” says Angela Benton, founder and chief executive of Streamlytics. “That never really gets funneled back into the community.” Streamlytics decides how much an individual user’s data is worth using an algorithm that considers the stock performance and market capitalization of the company that the data comes from. Streamlytics’ payouts run as high as a few hundred dollars per quarter for users who maximize the service, Ms. Benton says. “If you have a trillion-dollar company and a large part of that company is built on data inherently, the data that supports that company is worth more than, you know, a dollar or two dollars,” says Ms. Benton.

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Frank McCourt stepped in front of an 8-foot-tall screen, summoning a cluster of what looked like white, pixelated sand that hovered beside him. When he moved his hand over another screen, another cluster appeared; this time, the glittering particles took the shape he drew. Walking along the screen, he swept his arm wide to reveal its hidden message: “YOU CONTROL YOUR DATA.” The billionaire real estate mogul was in Manhattan’s Hudson Yards area in September to show off an art exhibit he funded to demonstrate a new model for consumer data. Each digital dot represented one data point that social-media companies collect on him. The first screen depicted today’s model: Social media, search and online retail companies capitalize on information from consumers, who don’t own their data and see little return from the value they create with their clicks. Personal data is behind the $455.3 billion digital-ad market. The second screen represented Mr. McCourt’s vision, where individuals own their data and control how it’s sold and used by companies. “An unprecedented amount of value is being created by everyone’s data. And yet there’s a total disconnect between the creation of that value and who receives it,” Mr. McCourt says. Mr. McCourt is among a handful of business leaders, politicians and startups, such as Brave Software Inc., Reklaim Ltd. and Streamlytics Inc., seeking to empower consumers to control and benefit from the personal data that the technology industry collects on individuals every day. He has pledged $250 million to found Project Liberty, an initiative to rebuild the web as an infrastructure owned by the public. That includes $25 million to develop a decentralized social networking protocol, which he hopes will create a model for personal data governance online. Mr. McCourt, whose background is in real estate and sports ownership, says he was drawn to try to reform the tech industry because of what he sees as social media’s exploitation of users. In his vision, blockchain software, not owned by any individual, would store indelible information about users’ social connections. After getting permission from users, social-media companies would draw from this same pool of data about users’ connections and interactions. Theoretically, this would allow users to move their data between networks and prevent a single company from becoming too powerful. Users could get paid in a cryptocurrency for the use of their data. For example, a user could choose to share posts within a small community that could make its own rules on monetizing data, moderating content and other factors. Eventually, apps for other online activities, such as shopping, might be built on the same technology, with users able to exercise the same control. Users who make their data available to as many companies as possible might hypothetically make a few hundred dollars a year, says Braxton Woodham, president of Unfinished Labs, the arm of Mr. McCourt’s investing firm, McCourt Global Inc., behind Project Liberty. His pitch isn’t about promising users they’ll get rich, he says, but about avoiding exploitation. Mr. McCourt, who owned the Los Angeles Dodgers, started Project Liberty in 2020. He remains chairman and chief executive of McCourt Global. “An unprecedented amount of value is being created by everyone’s data. And yet there’s a total disconnect between the creation of that value and who receives it.” — Frank McCourt, founder of Project Liberty The road to his vision is unclear. “The problem with these networks isn’t getting them to work” technologically, says Ethan Zuckerman, associate professor of public policy information and communication at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. The problem is convincing enough users to leave existing social networks, he says. Social-media companies optimize their networks to keep users there. Would a decentralized social network be as sticky? Plus, blockchain technology tends to make the web run more slowly and expensively, he says. Politicians like California Gov. Gavin Newsom and former presidential and New York mayoral candidate Andrew Yang have floated the idea that consumers should get paid for their data. Some 60% of respondents to a Project Liberty poll of 1,022 U.S. adults in September said they would keep their data private if they owned and controlled it, while another 23% would exchange it for something of value. Some startups are already putting this into practice. The browser Brave pays its 42 million users 70% of the revenue it generates from ads they see. Brave compensates them in its own “Basic Attention Tokens,” which they can redeem for currency or use to tip their favorite sites. Users report earning $5 to $10 monthly, according to a Brave spokeswoman. Would you be willing to get compensated for sharing your personal data? Why or why not? Join the conversation below. Foursquare Labs Inc., the social check-in app-turned-location-aggregator, launched an app in August that rewards consumers with gift cards for sharing their location. Tapestri Inc. introduced an app in November that pays consumers cash for sharing their anonymized location history, which the startup then sells to brands. Users can make up to $15 a month, according to Tapestri founder and Chief Executive Walter Harrison. Tapestri users can’t control which companies buy their data, but the company hopes to add that feature, Mr. Harrison says. Reklaim, for example, gives users a view into the information that the industry buys and sells on them. When a user signs up for Reklaim and verifies her identity, the company uses her email address or phone number to query some 30,000 partners for data on that individual and then shows it to her. If users want to let Reklaim sell that data on their behalf, they get weekly checks as compensation. They can also complete surveys to add more data to their Reklaim profile and get paid more. Some consumers make up to $10 a month through the app. Your browser does not support the audio tag. Much of the data that consumers see about themselves in Reklaim is inaccurate, Chief Executive Neil Sweeney acknowledges, because it’s often the result of assumptions made about the consumer without direct verification. Consumers can correct this data, making it more valuable for brands who buy data from Reklaim. Today, efforts to put consumers in control are limited. A world where they are compensated for their data is far off and beset with challenges, such as attracting users to new tools and upending the existing data-ownership market, which covers both entrenched social-media companies and data brokers that operate without transparency. Some startups are taking advantage of privacy laws that require companies to make available to consumers all the data they have on them—a process that can be tedious and time-consuming for the user. Three-year-old startup Streamlytics has an app called Clture, which pays Black users for their data from sites like Netflix, YouTube, Amazon, Uber and Google Maps. Users can download their data from these sites, then upload it to Clture for cash. Streamlytics strips out the users’ personally identifying information and sells the data to businesses seeking insights into Black consumers’ habits. Streamlytics plans to launch additional apps focused on other communities. “There are a lot of companies that make a lot of money off of the African-American community, particularly around different things going viral,” says Angela Benton, founder and chief executive of Streamlytics. “That never really gets funneled back into the community.” Streamlytics decides how much an individual user’s data is worth using an algorithm that considers the stock performance and market capitalization of the company that the data comes from. Streamlytics’ payouts run as high as a few hundred dollars per quarter for users who maximize the service, Ms. Benton says. “If you have a trillion-dollar company and a large part of that company is built on data inherently, the data that supports that company is worth more than, you know, a dollar or two dollars,” says Ms. Benton.

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Frank McCourt stepped in front of an 8-foot-tall screen, summoning a cluster of what looked like white, pixelated sand that hovered beside him. When he moved his hand over another screen, another cluster appeared; this time, the glittering particles took the shape he drew. Walking along the screen, he swept his arm wide to reveal its hidden message: “YOU CONTROL YOUR DATA.” The billionaire real estate mogul was in Manhattan’s Hudson Yards area in September to show off an art exhibit he funded to demonstrate a new model for consumer data. Each digital dot represented one data point that social-media companies collect on him. The first screen depicted today’s model: Social media, search and online retail companies capitalize on information from consumers, who don’t own their data and see little return from the value they create with their clicks. Personal data is behind the $455.3 billion digital-ad market. The second screen represented Mr. McCourt’s vision, where individuals own their data and control how it’s sold and used by companies. “An unprecedented amount of value is being created by everyone’s data. And yet there’s a total disconnect between the creation of that value and who receives it,” Mr. McCourt says. Mr. McCourt is among a handful of business leaders, politicians and startups, such as Brave Software Inc., Reklaim Ltd. and Streamlytics Inc., seeking to empower consumers to control and benefit from the personal data that the technology industry collects on individuals every day. He has pledged $250 million to found Project Liberty, an initiative to rebuild the web as an infrastructure owned by the public. That includes $25 million to develop a decentralized social networking protocol, which he hopes will create a model for personal data governance online. Mr. McCourt, whose background is in real estate and sports ownership, says he was drawn to try to reform the tech industry because of what he sees as social media’s exploitation of users. In his vision, blockchain software, not owned by any individual, would store indelible information about users’ social connections. After getting permission from users, social-media companies would draw from this same pool of data about users’ connections and interactions. Theoretically, this would allow users to move their data between networks and prevent a single company from becoming too powerful. Users could get paid in a cryptocurrency for the use of their data. For example, a user could choose to share posts within a small community that could make its own rules on monetizing data, moderating content and other factors. Eventually, apps for other online activities, such as shopping, might be built on the same technology, with users able to exercise the same control. Users who make their data available to as many companies as possible might hypothetically make a few hundred dollars a year, says Braxton Woodham, president of Unfinished Labs, the arm of Mr. McCourt’s investing firm, McCourt Global Inc., behind Project Liberty. His pitch isn’t about promising users they’ll get rich, he says, but about avoiding exploitation. Mr. McCourt, who owned the Los Angeles Dodgers, started Project Liberty in 2020. He remains chairman and chief executive of McCourt Global. “An unprecedented amount of value is being created by everyone’s data. And yet there’s a total disconnect between the creation of that value and who receives it.” — Frank McCourt, founder of Project Liberty The road to his vision is unclear. “The problem with these networks isn’t getting them to work” technologically, says Ethan Zuckerman, associate professor of public policy information and communication at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. The problem is convincing enough users to leave existing social networks, he says. Social-media companies optimize their networks to keep users there. Would a decentralized social network be as sticky? Plus, blockchain technology tends to make the web run more slowly and expensively, he says. Politicians like California Gov. Gavin Newsom and former presidential and New York mayoral candidate Andrew Yang have floated the idea that consumers should get paid for their data. Some 60% of respondents to a Project Liberty poll of 1,022 U.S. adults in September said they would keep their data private if they owned and controlled it, while another 23% would exchange it for something of value. Some startups are already putting this into practice. The browser Brave pays its 42 million users 70% of the revenue it generates from ads they see. Brave compensates them in its own “Basic Attention Tokens,” which they can redeem for currency or use to tip their favorite sites. Users report earning $5 to $10 monthly, according to a Brave spokeswoman. Would you be willing to get compensated for sharing your personal data? Why or why not? Join the conversation below. Foursquare Labs Inc., the social check-in app-turned-location-aggregator, launched an app in August that rewards consumers with gift cards for sharing their location. Tapestri Inc. introduced an app in November that pays consumers cash for sharing their anonymized location history, which the startup then sells to brands. Users can make up to $15 a month, according to Tapestri founder and Chief Executive Walter Harrison. Tapestri users can’t control which companies buy their data, but the company hopes to add that feature, Mr. Harrison says. Reklaim, for example, gives users a view into the information that the industry buys and sells on them. When a user signs up for Reklaim and verifies her identity, the company uses her email address or phone number to query some 30,000 partners for data on that individual and then shows it to her. If users want to let Reklaim sell that data on their behalf, they get weekly checks as compensation. They can also complete surveys to add more data to their Reklaim profile and get paid more. Some consumers make up to $10 a month through the app. Your browser does not support the audio tag. Much of the data that consumers see about themselves in Reklaim is inaccurate, Chief Executive Neil Sweeney acknowledges, because it’s often the result of assumptions made about the consumer without direct verification. Consumers can correct this data, making it more valuable for brands who buy data from Reklaim. Today, efforts to put consumers in control are limited. A world where they are compensated for their data is far off and beset with challenges, such as attracting users to new tools and upending the existing data-ownership market, which covers both entrenched social-media companies and data brokers that operate without transparency. Some startups are taking advantage of privacy laws that require companies to make available to consumers all the data they have on them—a process that can be tedious and time-consuming for the user. Three-year-old startup Streamlytics has an app called Clture, which pays Black users for their data from sites like Netflix, YouTube, Amazon, Uber and Google Maps. Users can download their data from these sites, then upload it to Clture for cash. Streamlytics strips out the users’ personally identifying information and sells the data to businesses seeking insights into Black consumers’ habits. Streamlytics plans to launch additional apps focused on other communities. “There are a lot of companies that make a lot of money off of the African-American community, particularly around different things going viral,” says Angela Benton, founder and chief executive of Streamlytics. “That never really gets funneled back into the community.” Streamlytics decides how much an individual user’s data is worth using an algorithm that considers the stock performance and market capitalization of the company that the data comes from. Streamlytics’ payouts run as high as a few hundred dollars per quarter for users who maximize the service, Ms. Benton says. “If you have a trillion-dollar company and a large part of that company is built on data inherently, the data that supports that company is worth more than, you know, a dollar or two dollars,” says Ms. Benton.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Now they can find and track you in the meta verse and extract your DATA the easy way

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

While we’re on the subject, Let me shill JASMY real quick: DATA DEMOCRACY JAPAN’s BITCOIN YOU OWN YOUR DATA Check it out and DYOR. <3

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yeah on a site that ALSO SELLS YOUR DATA. What a goofy lol.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I think it's a misconception to think that only strong alts are moving now. Crypto has always pumped with trends, the current trend without doubt is L1s, ftm, one, atom, scrt and most of the top gainers are L1s. Even this will slow down and we'll move on to the next trend (which I think is actual Web3 solution focused tokens with AIOZ, RNDR, OCEAN, DATA being my bets so far).

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

DATA by company Streamr. You'll hit 100 percent guarantee.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I keep putting money into DATA hoping for it to go up and for 3 years it's basically not moved.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

DATA!!!!

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

For those wondering: - [Patent WO2020060606A1](https://patents.google.com/patent/WO2020060606A1/en?oq=2020060606) > Human body activity associated with a task provided to a user may be used in a mining process of a cryptocurrency system. A server may provide a task to a device of a user which is communicatively coupled to the server. A sensor communicatively coupled to or comprised in the device of the user may sense body activity of the user. Body activity data may be generated based on the sensed body activity of the user. The cryptocurrency system communicatively coupled to the device of the user may verify if the body activity data satisfies one or more conditions set by the cryptocurrency system, and award cryptocurrency to the user whose body activity data is verified. There are a few other sources even though I'm not sure about their source reliability. Regardless, they're identical word for word. - [CRYPTOCURRENCY SYSTEM USING BODY ACTIVITY DATA](https://patentscope.wipo.int/search/en/detail.jsf?docId=WO2020060606) > Human body activity associated with a task provided to a user may be used in a mining process of a cryptocurrency system. A server may provide a task to a device of a user which is communicatively coupled to the server. A sensor communicatively coupled to or comprised in the device of the user may sense body activity of the user. Body activity data may be generated based on the sensed body activity of the user. The cryptocurrency system communicatively coupled to the device of the user may verify if the body activity data satisfies one or more conditions set by the cryptocurrency system, and award cryptocurrency to the user whose body activity data is verified.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

DeFi Pulse Index - DPI Metaverse Index - MVI Data Economy Index - DATA Bankless BED Index - BED ETH 2x Flexible Leverage Index - ETH2xFLIP are all available on Polygon now! low Polygon fees, diversified crypto exposure [source](https://twitter.com/crypto_texan/status/1478724946771820544?s=21)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Honesty ive yet to see any concrete evidence they’re just in it to do that. Mostly just people screaming “THINK ABOUT IT, THEY HAVE TO BE TAKING YOUR DATA” but then fail to provide any basis.. I think it could be ‘real’.. but that doesn’t give it any value when it is able to be traded either.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

1. Klima staking + [market.xyz](https://market.xyz) lending against to restake 2. ETH/IMX LP + farming 3. wETH/DATA LP + farming 4. wETH/DPI LP + farming 5. wETH/MVI LP + farming 6. SOS/ETH LP + farming (not sure if this is long term) 7. Using presearch 8. Using brave on all computers + mobile

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

ETH, HNT, XCH, DATA, MYST, XMR/RTM mining. TIME staking. Need more staking options.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I’m thankful for investing in MATIC this year because Polygon has saved me from gas fees woop woop and I’m hopeful for the Indexcoop indexes ie MVI, DPI, DATA because they offer really good diversification for those sectors and I think most people don’t really know about them yet 😄

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

"Some potential uses blockchain in retail business includes: SMART CONTRACTS Blockchain can be used to create a smart contract that holds back funds until everyone is satisfied. It can also be used to reduce other types of fraud and build consumer trust by settling disputes instantly. SUPPLY CHAIN VISIBILITY It provides real-time information about the product to the customer. Companies will be able to recognize which stock of the product is causing issues and they will be easily able to rectify the problem. Since the chain is updated in real-time, the bad or damaged product can be identified and restricted from entering into the supply chain, thus reducing the product recall. Also Read:Big Data And AI – The Promise Of Better Transformation For Retailers TRANSPARENCY In the blockchain, even a small change is registered in the ledger, and it is visible to both parties. The customer can also follow the product’s journey from date of manufacturing to the current location and other minute details. MINIMIZING FRAUD It will improve customer loyalty programs by issuing loyalty coupons on the blockchain network. The customer will also be able to track gift card balances and manage loyalty rewards. PROTECTING CUSTOMERS’ PERSONAL DATA Blockchain puts the consumer in control of his data. They will be able to know who accessed their data and what type of data is being shared. It helps businesses with compliance to the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). AVOIDANCE OF COUNTERFEIT PRODUCTS Suppliers and retailers, with the help of data, will be able to avoid counterfeit products to enter into the inventory.  TRACEABILITY The consumer will be able to track the origin of the product as well as the current location."

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It's not decentralized GPS - though that could be cool, I guess? Maybe. This is software that makes it possible to ROUTE YOUR DATA *like* Waze/GPS. This ROUTES YOUR DATA around congestion.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Streamr DATA

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Most of this post is spot on. :) Yay OP! But (data) qualitative terms terms like "bear market" and "collapse"-etc.....need to be clearly defined whenever trotted out, (to have any other than a narrative value in a given post). ***And narrative values are just about completely useless in so far as actionable trade is concerned.*** What the OP is describing, is this: "Hey everyone, if you pay attention to DATA, (as opposed to subreddit posted newb narrative).....you will see the current dip environ for what it actually is......" IE: a good long entry op If you are interested in how to play this, there are subreddits that go there and teach how (for free), this is just one: DorothysDirtyDitch Good luck out there!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Just time ? And DATA and brain energy to come with good shitposting materials .

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tbh no one knows, and if someone claimed to know their fooling themselves, what i meant by few years from now is that even if bear starts today, we'll see the bottom after almost a year and will continue sideways for about a year, so regardless of when is bear, it lasts for about 2 years, then starts climbing slowly on btc, but most other coins stay flat until everyone starts talking about crypto again, this is just based on past DATA which you can see in the chart, for top cycle signals you can rely on multiple indicators, like "pi cycle indicator", or "Logarithmic growth curve" or "logarithmic regression rainbow" or "bitcoin power law corridor" there are many to use, you can use em in combination of each other to have higher certainty, you can also use "Fibonacci retracement" in the chart to see target prices, and get out before the top target is hit, also you can asses the sentiment of the market, for example in april everyone was so happy and in the green literally a monkey would have made money then, no one was losing, that can last for few months, it started in feb and lasted till mid may, that is a good time to take profits slowly, no one can time the top, so just take profits when prices start going up, otherwise just DCA when they're going down if you're planning for long-term HODL since you have eth and btc. i wouldn't advise long term hodl on any other coins tho.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

YOU KNOW WHAT WOULD BE GREAT?? IF THERE WAS A PROTOCOL THAT COLLECTED ALL YOUR PERSONAL DATA THAT YOU, YES YOU, COULD THEN SELL TO PROFIT FROM. The big companies have been double dipping on us for far too long. I should be able to control my data and sell/ profit from it. Someone smarter than me please make this happen. I will happily buy your token.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You can do it on OpenSea.io pretty easily without paying fees In blockchains, the transactions have an extra DATA field where you can put extra metadata. People generally store the digital assets on there as bits. In the past, people used to put memes on the Bitcoin transactions data.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This is just sad now... > Because if entry barriers preventing women from joining in on investing were removed, more women would invest in crypto WHAT BARRIERS? WHAT DATA SUGGESTS THEY ARE SIGNIFICANT AND HAVE A CORRESPONDING IMPACT ON INVESTOR NUMBERS? WHAT MAKES THE 15/85 SPLIT “OBVIOUSLY NOT A COINCIDENCE”? Maybe caps will help? All you can do is repeat a shallow conclusion that I can only assume you’re parroting from Reddit. This is why the NPC meme exists, there is zero thought or depth to your comments. I thought you were into data and critical thinking? > You refer to 15% as low, but give no reason as to why it’s low That’s not even the gist of what I said. I thought you were a stereotypical uni student but I don’t know if they’d take you.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

UM, Who is this they? In my group, I stated we'd see a slow grind up. And if you take a look, that is what is happening. Looks like classic dead cat bounce. We'll see soon enough. If you want to see what DATA does vs Narrative, pop into my sub and read. DorothysDirtyDitch And no, I am not selling anything haha. ;)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Trade DATA, not narrative. I learned that \~20 years ago. Works like a charm. :) As for your market analysis, get back to us in a week and let's compare notes. :)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

**I think you have the wrong OP here.** (I did not use the word "hedge" at any time-nor would I suggest such an absurd concept as being real.) I said: *"No highly volatile asset protects value in the time frame of reference of buying groceries."* I do also say: 'highly volatile assets do not function well as general inflation hedges' I mean geez, that is just 3rd grade math. :) Not rocket science. Check the DATA, forget narratives. Narratives are bedtime stories....ie: TRIX.....and TRIX are for kids. ;) RE: *"a few countries in Europe in the last 100 years"* (Germany being by far #1), is no concerning world or local trend by any stretch of the average imagination....that's just *example* which proves **rule**. Have a nice day! :)

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