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What does this mean? Will my crypto currency be sold for me? What if I didn’t make any profits? I don’t understand what this means. What should I do I don’t want to lose my money that I put into these cryptos and I’m okay. Can I transfer?
14.33 EST: Maybe an exploit, but good chance to get your .ET H name at no cost today, I picked up gabester.ET H, and a few throwaways. I was never going to pay good bitcoin for it anyway, so nobody loses out tbh, like movies i would never pay for but happily torrent! :)
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WSJ article BANKRUPTCY FTX Sues Crypto Exchange Bybit to Recover $953 Million in Cash and Assets The lawsuit is FTX’s latest attempt to recoup assets owed to customers as it grapples with a nearly $9 billion shortfall in deposits By Becky Yerak Nov. 13, 2023 4:39 pm ET
tldr; The relevant text for the article title is: "US Department of Justice (DoJ) to announce major cryptocurrency enforcement actions today at 3PM ET. Officials involved include Attorney General Merrick Garland and Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen. News of the enforcement action was reported by crypto news aggregator tier10k. promo Reports are circulating that US DoJ will announce significant cryptocurrency enforcement actions today. According to the crypto news aggregator, tier10k, the DoJ is set to announce significant cryptocurrency enforcement actions at 3PM ET (20:00UTC) today." Summary: The US Department of Justice is set to announce significant cryptocurrency enforcement actions, with officials including Attorney General Merrick Garland and Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen involved. The announcement is expected to take place at 3PM ET. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.
> DOJ TO ANNOUNCE SIGNIFICANT CRYPTOCURRENCY ENFORCEMENT ACTIONS 3PM ET https://twitter.com/tier10k/status/1726980760391819327 > Lineup: > > Attorney General Merrick Garland > > Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen > > Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco > > CFTC Chairman Rostin Behnam https://twitter.com/tier10k/status/1726981244624527556
Key Financial Events Next Week: 1. Existing Home Sales data - Tuesday 2. Fed Meeting Minutes - Tuesday 3. Core Durable Goods Orders - Wednesday 4. Initial Jobless Claims - Wednesday 5. US Markets Closed for Thanksgiving - Thursday 6. US Markets Close at 1 PM ET - Friday
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"Tiny" size, but staying the course: Michael Saylor⚡️ @saylor · 1h In October, @MicroStrategy acquired an additional 155 BTC for $5.3 million and now holds 158,400 BTC. Please join us at 5pm ET as we discuss our Q3 2023 financial results and answer questions about the outlook for #BusinessIntelligence and #Bitcoin. $MSTR
\>Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/web3-0-innovation-expected-to-be-a-six-trillion-dollar-market-301619814.html#:\~:text=%22Web3%20blockchain%20will%20completely%20transform,44.6%25%20from%202023%20to%202030. \>Date: 08 Sep, 2022, 08:30 ET Oh yea, this was written during the Mania last year. Of course. Also the source is a company called "FinancialNewsMedia.com " Which they specifically did not take credit for the article. Lol. Silly OP. Moon Farming is for kids.
That is a hundred percent incorrect regarding large scale funds. Like 100% incorrect. Nearly all retail just buys via exchange, and doesn't interact with crypto in a much deeper form, and that's easier than most people setting up at ET.
USDR is backed by real estate, and is designed to generate yield for its holders. USDR—a “rebasing” stablecoin issued by asset tokenization protocol Tangible—traded for $0.996 at 7:53 am ET on Wednesday before dropping to just $0.50 by noon.
Here are the top news in Crypto for the past 24 hours: 🌕 US Ethereum futures ETFs see a lackluster start with under $2M in trading volume on day one, contrasting sharply with Bitcoin futures ETFs' debut. 🌕 SEC urges court to reject Coinbase's dismissal request in lawsuit, a key case for crypto regulation and SEC's jurisdiction over digital assets. 🌕 Binance to halt BUSD lending by Oct 25, part of a phased termination of BUSD support by Feb 2024, following Paxos ending its BUSD relation. 🌕 Binance aids Royal Thai Police to nab a criminal group, seizing $277M in assets; over 3,200 scam victims seek compensation. 🌕 Honda partners with FCF Pay to accept Bitcoin, Ethereum, and 46 other cryptos for vehicle purchases and rentals in Japan. 🌕 Chia Network slashes a third of its staff amid delays in going public, plans to sell some tokens as a funding backup while navigating SEC's IPO process. 🌕 SEC, along with five US financial regulators, issues warnings on crypto investments highlighting significant loss risks during World Investor Week. 🌕 Coinbase to suspend trading of 80 non-USD markets on 16 Oct, 3:30PM ET, to consolidate liquidity and enhance overall market health. 🌕 Powerloom Network launches incentivized testnet on Coinlist, allocating 0.4% of total tokens for participant rewards, 25% to be given in Phase 2. 🌕 StarkWare has delayed the first unlocks of its native StarkNet (STRK) token to April 2024, according to a transaction in one of the StarkWare token locking mechanism contracts.
Video that is anti-fiat, but also very biased toward being pro-gold/precious metals. I don’t advocate for precious, but the content in the video shows creation of money pretty well in my opinion. Very corny, but still good. https://youtu.be/iFDe5kUUyT0?si=i26LSp1yhpRF3NQ1 Video that shows how fiat currencies historically come and go over time. I wish they taught this type of content in high school. https://youtu.be/xguam0TKMw8?si=-485ZFz7Q6nxr0ET
>**Bitcoin trading volume hits six-year low amid macroeconomic uncertainty** > >Published Sep 26, 2023 03:29PM ET > >Amidst a climate of macroeconomic uncertainty, Bitcoin (BTC) exchanges have seen a significant decrease in trading volume. This decline has been observed over the past few months, with daily BTC volumes reaching lows not seen since 2018, according to research published by on-chain analytics platform CryptoQuant on September 25, 2023. > >The analysis highlighted that daily BTC spot exchange transactions ranged between 8,000 and 15,000 in the past week, a stark contrast to the average March daily tally, which exceeded 600,000. The drop in volume coincides with Bitcoin price action remaining within a familiar range for several months. > >Contributing analyst at CryptoQuant, Caue Oliveira, attributed the decline in trading volumes to the prevailing macroeconomic climate. He noted that actions by the United States Central Bank have perpetuated a constant feeling of uncertainty, leading investors to anticipate a possible recession. The Federal Reserve's inconsistent stance on interest rate hikes and pauses throughout 2023 has contributed to this sentiment. > >The decline in trading volumes and the shift towards long-term holding come at a time when Bitcoin price is trending toward the $26,000 mark. Despite this, short-term holders currently hold almost their funds at an unrealized loss, with their cost basis higher than the current spot price. > >**As a result of these factors, interest in Bitcoin has also declined. Google (NASDAQ:GOOGL) Trends data shows the lowest interest in "Bitcoin" as a search term since October 2020. This data suggests that external interest in BTC exposure remains low amidst the current economic uncertainty and market conditions.** https://www.investing.com/news/cryptocurrency-news/bitcoin-trading-volume-hits-sixyear-low-amid-macroeconomic-uncertainty-93CH-3183318
FYI: Fed Chairman Jerome Powell will present the opening remarks and participate in moderated discussion before the hybrid "Conversation with the Chair: A Teacher Town Hall Meeting" at 4.00 pm ET. Considering the market tends to hang on literally every word that man breathes, might be worth noting.
Hi daily Coindesk is scheduled to do an exclusive AMA here at r/CryptoCurrency in 2 days - September, 26, 12 pm ET. The AMA will be with the Coindesk team that broke the story that brought down Sam Bankman-Fried’s crypto empire. Soon, they’ll be covering his trial, gavel to gavel. Go here to ask them anything: https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/16q8eas/we_broke_the_story_that_brought_down_sam/
Hi daily We have exciting news. Coindesk is scheduled to do an exclusive AMA here at r/CryptoCurrency in 2 days - September, 26, 12 pm ET. The AMA will be with the Coindesk team that broke the story that brought down Sam Bankman-Fried’s crypto empire. Soon, they’ll be covering his trial, gavel to gavel. Go here to ask them anything: https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/16q8eas/we_broke_the_story_that_brought_down_sam/
**Reminder**: If you have not submit your FTX claim => The deadline to file a proof of claim is **09/29/2023** 4PM ET (“Bar Date”). Please begin the claims process through the FTX Customer Claims Portal (https://claims.ftx.com) if you have not done so already.
If you have not submit your FTX claim => The deadline to file a proof of claim is **09/29/2023** 4PM ET (“Bar Date”). Please begin the claims process through the FTX Customer Claims Portal (https://claims.ftx.com) if you have not done so already.
Hi daily We have exciting news. Coindesk is scheduled to do an exclusive AMA here at r/CryptoCurrency in 2 days - September, 26, 12 pm ET. The AMA will be with the Coindesk team that broke the story that brought down Sam Bankman-Fried’s crypto empire. Soon, they’ll be covering his trial, gavel to gavel. Go here to ask them anything: https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/16q8eas/we\_broke\_the\_story\_that\_brought\_down\_sam/
tldr; The new management team of bankrupt cryptocurrency exchange FTX has issued a warning to users, stating that the deadline to submit compensation claims is approaching. Users are advised to submit their claims immediately through the FTX Leads Portal. The deadline is September 29, 2023, at 16:00 ET. The new management team also plans to relaunch FTX Group next year, potentially bringing renewed activity to the market. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.
They are referring to a flash crash that happened on October 21, 2021. Not the bear market crash *As previously reported, bitcoin prices fell from around $65,760 to as low as $8,200 at 11:34 UTC (7:34 a.m. ET), then quickly bounced back up to almost exactly where it was before*
The title is misleading They are referring to flash crash that happened on October 21, 2021 *As previously reported, bitcoin prices fell from around $65,760 to as low as $8,200 at 11:34 UTC (7:34 a.m. ET), then quickly bounced back up to almost exactly where it was before*
I love those numbers! Where else can you get this type of growth potential?! Seems like a solid play for certain. Now if the world can just keep from blowing itself up and if ET will leave us all alone so we can make the 15 year mark.
Imagine you have a device with **no way of talking over the Internet** to anything or anybody. That's what "air gap" is about. Such a device has no ability to communicate back to the factory. However, the device may have been programmed to pretend to generate a random seed for you, but in reality it will always pick one that the factory knows about. The device does not have to "phone home" like ET. The factory criminals just monitor the blockchain, waiting for you to send Bitcoin to an address they already have the private key for. To thwart that, you'll want to generate your own randomness, and input YOUR numbers, not use their numbers. There are other reasons for this. Whether brand X has these features or not? I don't know. I do know that I would NEVER use any wallet without "air gap" and without the ability to enter my own randomness. You shouldn't have to read any white papers to determine...
The official tweet by Mr. Saylor: "In July, MicroStrategy acquired an additional **467** BTC for $14.4 million and now holds **152,800 BTC**. Please join us at 5pm ET as we discuss our Q2 2023 financial results and answer questions about the outlook for #BusinessIntelligence and #Bitcoin. $MSTR" Imagine buying nearly 500 BTC which is nearly nothing for MicroStrategy :D
tldr; The Federal Reserve is expected to raise interest rates by a quarter percentage point, bringing the fed funds rate to a new range of 5.25%-5.5%. This would be the 11th increase since March 2022. Fed Chair Jay Powell is likely to emphasize the need to combat inflation and suggest another rate hike in September. The Fed now expects inflation to end the year closer to 4%. Last month, officials projected two more rate hikes for the second half of the year. Despite recent data showing slower inflation, Powell is expected to emphasize that more work needs to be done. The Fed will announce its decision at 2:00 p.m. ET followed by a press conference with Powell at 2:30 pm ET. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
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TL;DR Breakdown Cryptocurrency markets are bracing for a significant sell-off from trading platforms Celsius and Robinhood, primarily impacting ADA, SOL, and MATIC. Robinhood is expected to liquidate all remaining holdings immediately after 6:59 PM ET on June 27th. While ADA's exact wallet holdings are unknown, approximately $18 million of MATIC and $26 million of SOL are poised for sell-off from Robinhood.
I posted a comment below but figured I'd quote more bits from BlackRock's SEC filing: ​ "The Trust does not hold or trade in commodity futures contracts or any other instruments regulated by the Commodity Exchange Act as administered by the CFTC." ​ "The CF Benchmarks Index is solely calculated from spot Bitcoin-USD transactions conducted on Constituent Exchanges within the observation window of 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. ET, it does not include any futures prices in its methodology." ​ They'll use the following exchanges (as listed in the filing): "Coinbase, Bitstamp, iBit, Kraken, Gemini, and LMAX Digital" "An investment in Shares is: Backed by bitcoin held by the Bitcoin Custodian on behalf of the Trust." ​ By no means an expert myself. Just a regular Joe that googled and found the document and looked through it trying to understand rather than spreading misinfo.
They’re definitely fkn crooked. As we speak, I’m in a pretty profitable position on their updown service after a abrupt spike up in BTC and who’d a guessed, but now their service is down for “housekeeping (Scheduled Monday-Thursday 5-6pm ET)… It’s Saturday…1 am and I’ve been trying to close my position for an hour and no response from customer service despite being in the Icey White tier.
Median-sized transfer fees have also risen, and as of press time, bitinfocharts.com data shows that the median fee on-chain on June 22, 2023, is 0.000053 BTC or $1.60 per transfer. This follows a low of $0.694 per transaction recorded on June 18, indicating a surge of more than 130% in median-sized fees within four days. Furthermore, archived statistics from mempool.space indicates that there’s approximately 339,936 unconfirmed transactions as of 1:01 p.m. (ET) on Thursday afternoon.
> I’m kind of freaking out here can someone explain this in simpler terms? What happens when something is delisted? Can I transfer to somewhere else? When something is delisted on that website, it means you can no longer buy or sell that thing on that website. De-listed means "not for sale" but Bakkt can only control their own business operations. For example, go to Nike's website and try to buy a pizza. You can't. Pizzas are "de-listed" on Nike's website. Nike can choose to sell what they want on their own website. But Nike can't force Pizza Hut's website to stop selling pizzas. Bakkt can choose to de-list MATIC, but Bakkt can't control whether other companies de-list MATIC or not. Granted, many companies are choosing to also de-list MATIC, not because Bakkt said so but because they also chose to de-list by their own opinion. > Bakkt Crypto will move the following tokens in your portfolio to “sell only” as of 5:30 PM ET on Jun 29, 23 I'm not familiar with Bakkt, but if it's a legitimate exchange you should be able to withdraw the coins I your self-custody. As of Jun 29 makes it seem like until that time you can freely choose to buy more and/or withdraw. After the listed time on Jun 29, it seems like you might not be allowed to buy or withdraw. After that time, it seems like your only two choices are HODL or sell. > If you continue to hold any of these tokens in your account as of 5:30 PM ET on September 19, 2023, Bakkt Crypto will liquidate those positions and deposit the resulting proceeds in your linked brokerage account. But you can't HODL forever **on Bakkt**. In this sentence "liquidate those positions" means "force-sell your tokens" and the rest of the sentence is pretty self-explanatory. Picture this: imagine your bank is closing down. If you go to the bank before they close down, withdraw the cash, and keep the cash under your mattress, then that cash is safe even after your bank does fully close down. In this situation, Bakkt is "closing down" (at least in regards to coins like MATIC and SOL). Get the coins out and put them ~~under your mattress~~ in self-custody and they'll still be ~~under your mattress~~ in self-custody after the close-down date.
I am counting the days for the documents to be released. Don't forget that there's a special broadcast on June 14 at 3 pm ET to discuss these documents with John Deaton, Jeremy Hogan, Marc Fagel and Carl Cecere on twitter. https://twitter.com/CryptoLawUS/status/1666616848601718785
They are for sure but some Algos and Bots don’t trade until the stock markets open in their respective regions as the effect from there may have a knock on effect. That’s why BTC usually moves differently at 9:30ET and also 9:30 HK/Singapore time on weekdays so I expect another move later. Hopefully up than down but… unfortunately possibly down.
> The Optimism mainnet upgrade to Bedrock is scheduled to occur on June 6 at 12 pm ET and will shut down the network for roughly two to four hours Even though they announced the down time, 100% someone is going to post here during the downtime and compare the project to Solana.