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Fantom (FTM) AMA Live: May 24th: - 6PM CT / 11PM UTC / 7PM ET / 4PM PT

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Polkadot (W3F) AMA Live: May 23rd - 2PM UTC / 10 AM ET / 7 AM PT

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Youtube Live Crypto Scam using Tesla/Elon Musk namesake

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CoinBase: Update Regarding UST and WLUNA Trading On CoinBase

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Bitcoin at risk of bankruptcy which puts ET2 in jeopardy of loss from users.

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Barron’s Article from May 7th 2022

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Conversation with Hut8 Mining

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Vipera LLC has opened backorders on the AnexMiner Dark Star ET7

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Wattum mining ( Subsidary of Cryotyde ) has expanded 14mw facility operations. Just in time for Freescape launch

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Wattum mining ( Subsidary of Cryptyde) expands 14 mw facility operations. Perfect timing for the Freescape launch

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We’re the Hedera ($HBAR) project — an open source public cryptocurrency network with Solidity-based smart contracts. And the HBAR Foundation — a $5B HBAR grant-giving organization to empower builders in the Hedera ecosystem. Ask us anything!

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New to The Street / Newsmax TV Announces Eight Interviews on its 329th TV Broadcast, Sunday, April 10, 2022, Hour Slot 10-11 AM ET - Crypto: ANTN, EPAN, AAPT

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Treasury's Yellen to Deliver First Speech on Crypto in US Economy - This Thursday at 10:30am ET

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I got scammed for bitcoin

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Hackers Steal $540 Million in Crypto From ‘Axie Infinity’ Game [WSJ]

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Even Creed Bratton (actor from the Office) has an NFT collection now. Anyone and everyone is cashing in on NFTs.

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EstateX Token Presale Smashes First Round Funding Target in 3.5 minutes!

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Crypto Neophyte step-by-step to buy crypto

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How would bitcoin fare if ET Disclosure were to happen and they did not use money?

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Bitcoin is up 9% after Biden issued an executive order regulating cryptocurrencies

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Check out the weekly we r/cc podcast tonight at 6pm ET

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[SWU] ICO Energy token | Rewards | Stacking | Multi-chain | Anti dump protection

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ASCI: Disclaimer in crypto ads from April 1: ASCI releases guidelines - The Economic Times Video | ET Now

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Earning 7% back on credit card spending through crypto

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Project GRUMPY Pugs NFTs Community Roadmap For Success!!

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Project GRUMPY Pugs NFTs Community Roadmap For Success!!

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Project GRUMPY Pugs NFTs Community Roadmap For Success!!

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Coachella Partners With FTX on NFT Collection Featuring Lifetime Festival Passes

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Burn confirmed for around 2:20 PM ET TODAY! And more announced for next week!! 🤑

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GRUMPY PUGS NFTs, Something you've been expecting for a while being an enthusiast.

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Tune in to the we r/CC podcast, Tomorrow 6pm ET / 11 pm UTC. LIVE every Sunday on Reddit Talk and Discord!

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Jump Crypto Fronts $325 Million In Stolen Crypto One Day After Solana’s Biggest Hack Ever

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We r/CC podcast tomorrow night at 6pm ET and first monthly NFT roundup show at 8pm ET

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Bitcoin Tumbles As A Digital Currencies Forms Of Money

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[Fed meeting 26 Jan '22]: Will Fed increase interest rates and how this will affect BTC price?

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Crypto hackers use fake Amazon digital token as bait to lure victims - ET BrandEquity

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Here’s Why Bitcoin Tumbled 11% in 24 Hours Bitcoin is currently trading around 45% below its all-time high of $68,700.

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Playboy Playmate Jessica Vaugn - Bitcoin Magazine LIVE

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Things that I'm more afraid of than a crypto dip

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$ORN Orion Protocol

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Alien Inu - A Hint Of It's Potentials

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I'm doing a live Bitcoin Xmas Special on Dec 23 at 5pm ET. 40 guests over the course of 5 hours. McCormack, Breedlove, Pysh, Booth, Foss, Odell, Swann, Vallis, and many others. Hope to see some of you there!

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The Federal Reserve is expected to take a very big step toward its first rate hike today at 2:00 ET. Jerome Powell speaks at 2:30 ET. This could be good or really bad for the entire market, depending on how fast they want to go with interest rates.

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2022 Grammy Awards to be held at the Crypto.com Arena

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Polygon ZK day live stream announcement + link (posting as text because not allowed to direct link to picture from my email)

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Polygon ZK Day Timing Schedule (ET=EST)

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ETFs – the future?

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The House Financial Services Committee has began the hearing of several cryptocurrency companies CEOs and CFOs, this may be a deciding moment for future cryptocurrency regulation!

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Crypto CEOs to testify before Congress, today 10 a.m. ET

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Crypto Currency Analytics - Live Thursday at 2:30pm ET

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Live today: Crypto CEOs testify before Congress, starting at 10am ET.

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LRC - Last Call for Passengers to the Moon! GME announcements coming Wed @ 5pm ET! Load up now!

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Join the Nervos AMA with Co-Founder Kevin Wang

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Best cryptos to buy under .10 cents?? Wanting to ape in a good project in this dip below .10 cents. Any recommendations??

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What coins we buying right now MY FELLOW CRYPTO PEOPLEEE!!! I’m all in on CRO!!

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I want Stellar Lumens XLM to stay cheap forever, best coin!

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Unpopular opinion: I want Stellar Lumens XLM to stay cheap forever, best coin!

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Cyrpto industry leaders will to U.S House of Reps.

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Drawtism: DRAWTOONS - Dec 3rd 4pm ET

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Join us for a Talk with JP Richardson, Co-Founder and CEO of Exodus! December 3rd, 3PM ET / 9PM CET

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Beans | P2E Game | Based Dev | Bean NFT Drops + BNB Rewards | Low Start MC

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AMA on r/cryptocurrency is LIVE 8PM ET! I'm Morgan Harper US Senate Candidate for Ohio. Ask Me Anything about my interest in crypto. I see potential for crypto to reverse the trend of power moving from places like Ohio to places like Silicon Valley by creating economic freedom for middle America.

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AMA on r/cryptocurrency is LIVE 8PM ET! I'm Morgan Harper US Senate Candidate for Ohio. Ask Me Anything about my interest in crypto. I see potential for crypto to reverse the trend of power moving from places like Ohio to places like Silicon Valley by creating economic freedom for middle America.

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Hit with dusting attack! What's the exit procedure? Separate the UTXO's and send non-dust outputs to new address?

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Why Dogecoin, Bitcoin, and Ethereum All Plunged by More than 13% at Their Lows This Week

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Important Moon Dates (Round 20)

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Binance fucked me out of buying the dip.

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Tomorrow “We The People” might own the last copy of the US Constitution

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Ether Terrestrial $ET | Fairlaunch | Sending people to space

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Decentra-Lotto ($DELO) - Cross-Chain with Rubic - Jackpot Over $50k💰 - 1/144 chance to win - Draw Tomorrow - AMA tonight 🤯

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Reddit Talk with Kevin O'Leary is live at 3p ET! <1 hour from now

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BTC Reaching '$100K This Year'

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Hat Swap City Whitelist Qualification Ends in 9 Hours. Own 5 Hats to Qualify!

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NFT Drop Tuesday, November 2nd @4PM ET on OpenSea.

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Trivia contest on Telegram at 1130AM ET / 1530PM UTC - top 3 winners get 500/300/200 MOONs

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Is Grayscale GDLC the best arbitrage play of our lifetime? 20% discount to net assets? or is something odd happening?

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I'm curating the best tweets from Bitcoin Twitter each week

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Valkyrie Bitcoin Futures ETF Starts Trading, Joining Fray

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Did the Valkyrie EFT listing cause Bitcoin to dip ?

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🧨 $SSB 💥 WallStreetBets-inspired SatoshiStreetBets Ushers in The Next Crypto DeFi Season | Launching TODAY (Oct 23st 3pm ET) Only 1 hour left!

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Important Moon Dates (Round 19)

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Free Webinar - The Future of Money: How will innovative digital currencies and finance technology platforms impact society?

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On Friday, 5PM ET, what is Bitcoin's USD price?

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Gridcoin. The people who crunch are actually helping solve worldly issues… fold proteins, search for ET, etc. Everyone is supportive on the sub and other inter web hovels. You can crunch using weird or older equipment… raspberry pi being fed by solar cell array, or an old VAX machine being fed Fortran punch cards…. Gridcoin should be more popular, it’s basically a screen saver that runs when you’re not using your computers.

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Crypto Might Have an Insider Trading Problem Anonymous wallets buy up tokens right before they are listed and sell shortly afterward Emil Lendof/The Wall Street Journal May 21, 2022 5:30 am ET Public data suggests that several anonymous crypto investors profited from inside knowledge of when tokens would be listed on exchanges. Over six days last August, one crypto wallet amassed a stake of $360,000 worth of Gnosis coins, a token tied to an effort to build blockchain-based prediction markets. On the seventh day, Binance—the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange by volume—said in a blog post that it would list Gnosis, allowing it to be traded among its users. Token... Public data suggests that several anonymous crypto investors profited from inside knowledge of when tokens would be listed on exchanges. Over six days last August, one crypto wallet amassed a stake of $360,000 worth of Gnosis coins, a token tied to an effort to build blockchain-based prediction markets. On the seventh day, Binance—the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange by volume—said in a blog post that it would list Gnosis, allowing it to be traded among its users. Token listings add both liquidity and a stamp of legitimacy to the token, and often provide a boost to a token’s trading price. The price of Gnosis rose sharply, from around $300 to $410 within an hour. The value of Gnosis traded that day surged to more than seven times its seven-day average. Four minutes after Binance’s announcement, the wallet began selling down its stake, liquidating it entirely in just over four hours for slightly more than $500,000—netting a profit of about $140,000 and a return of roughly 40%, according to an analysis performed by Argus Inc., a firm that offers companies software to manage employee trading. The same wallet demonstrated similar patterns of buying tokens before their listings and selling quickly after with at least three other tokens. The crypto ecosystem is increasingly grappling with headaches that the world of traditional finance tackled decades ago. The collapse of a so-called stablecoin from its dollar peg earlier this month stemmed from crypto’s version of a bank run. How cryptocurrency exchanges prevent market-sensitive information from leaking has also become a growing topic of concern. The focus comes as regulators are raising questions about the market’s fairness for retail users, many of whom just booked major losses on steep declines in crypto assets.

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>By Ben Foldy and Caitlin Ostroff May 21, 2022 5:30 am ET Save Print Text Public data suggests that several anonymous crypto investors profited from inside knowledge of when tokens would be listed on exchanges. Over six days last August, one crypto wallet amassed a stake of $360,000 worth of Gnosis coins, a token tied to an effort to build blockchain-based prediction markets. On the seventh day, Binance—the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange by volume—said in a blog post that it would list Gnosis, allowing it to be traded among its users. Token listings add both liquidity and a stamp of legitimacy to the token, and often provide a boost to a token’s trading price. The price of Gnosis rose sharply, from around $300 to $410 within an hour. The value of Gnosis traded that day surged to more than seven times its seven-day average. Four minutes after Binance’s announcement, the wallet began selling down its stake, liquidating it entirely in just over four hours for slightly more than $500,000—netting a profit of about $140,000 and a return of roughly 40%, according to an analysis performed by Argus Inc., a firm that offers companies software to manage employee trading. The same wallet demonstrated similar patterns of buying tokens before their listings and selling quickly after with at least three other tokens. The crypto ecosystem is increasingly grappling with headaches that the world of traditional finance tackled decades ago. The collapse of a so-called stablecoin from its dollar peg earlier this month stemmed from crypto’s version of a bank run. How cryptocurrency exchanges prevent market-sensitive information from leaking has also become a growing topic of concern. The focus comes as regulators are raising questions about the market’s fairness for retail users, many of whom just booked major losses on steep declines in crypto assets. The wallet buying Gnosis was among 46 that Argus found that purchased a combined $17.3 million worth of tokens that were listed shortly after on Coinbase, COIN -1.88% Binance and FTX. The wallets’ owners can’t be determined through the public blockchain. Profits from sales of the tokens that were visible on the blockchain totaled more than $1.7 million. The true profits from the trades is likely significantly higher, however, as several chunks of the stakes were moved from the wallets into exchanges rather than traded directly for stablecoins or other currencies, Argus said. Argus focused only on wallets that exhibited repeated patterns of buying tokens in the run-up to a listing announcement and selling soon after. The analysis flagged trading activity from February 2021 through April of this year. The data was reviewed by The Wall Street Journal. Coinbase, Binance and FTX each said they had compliance policies prohibiting employees from trading on privileged information. The latter two said they reviewed the analysis and determined that the trading activity in Argus’s report didn’t violate their policies. Binance’s spokesperson also said none of the wallet addresses were linked to its employees. Coinbase said it conducts similar analyses as part of its attempts to ensure fairness. Coinbase executives have posted a series of blogs touching on the issue of front running.

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“ET phone h..OH MY GOD!!” ⚡️👽

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Poor ET. Guess he didn’t make it home.

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tldr; SEC Chair Gary Gensler is testifying in the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Financial Services and General Government at 10 a.m. ET Wednesday. The head of the Securities and Exchange Commission is likely to face questioning by several House members who are unhappy with his aggressive regulatory agenda. "This is one of the largest regulatory agendas we have seen from the SEC in many years," a former SEC compliance official said. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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For $75 dollars, statistically you can own more live bees then the average person ever will. The dirty secret of bitcoin is that it’s not rare. There’s 68 million of them. If it were an Atari cartridge you could fill a bigger landfill then ET ever did. The only rarity it has is the perceived future value speculators have placed on it, even knowing it’s too energy intensive, slow, and inefficient to become the future universal currency.

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Reminder that Coinbase will suspend both UST and WLUNA trading on 5/27 (12 PM ET), so remember to keep this in mind if you're trading or holding either of these https://mobile.twitter.com/CoinbaseAssets/status/1525083666149433349

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From Coinbase: In light of recent volatility involving Terra ecosystem assets UST and LUNA, Coinbase will suspend trading in UST and WLUNA on May 27, 2022 on or around 12pm ET on Coinbase, Coinbase Pro, and Coinbase Exchange. Your ability to store, send, and receive UST and WLUNA will not be impacted.

What’s higher? Where? ![gif](giphy|RHInHY2dInc6uMI2ET|downsized)

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“You don’t play soccer. Phone home like ET”

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Got an email from CB when they plan to shut it down. "Coinbase will suspend trading in UST & WLUNA on May 27, 2022 on or around 12pm ET on Coinbase.com, Coinbase Pro, and Coinbase Exchange."

Not yesterday, Sunday 2am ET I bought ETH as looked really oversold So, Monday they sold some more which would've added 8% more ETH It is what it is, perfect timing is out of my reach anyway. So I'm good with what I bought

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Most of it has been sold but not all. There's still $201.8M as of May 10, 9:30am ET.

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All, there is a community event and a livestream conversation with Hut8 Mining on May 5 at 1pm MT (3PM ET). We will chat web3, bitcoin mining, future of crypto, etc. Please DM me if interested!

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This guy looks worse off than ET when he was sick down by the river.

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Saved you a click: “Crypto-assets are speculative assets that can cause major damage to society,” Panetta said. “They derive their value mainly from greed, they rely on the greed of others and the hope that the scheme continues unhindered.” But the bubble could burst, he added, comparing crypto dynamics to a “Ponzi scheme,” and showing “strikingly similar dynamics” to the sub-prime mortgages that caused the 2008 financial crisis. “We must not repeat the same mistakes,” Panetta said in his speech, set to be given at Columbia University in New York at 1 p.m. ET. “Now is the time to ensure that crypto-assets are only used within clear, regulated boundaries and for purposes that add value to society,” to avoid a “lawless frenzy of risk-taking.” Panetta has been a keen proponent of the ECB issuing a digital euro – perhaps in part because a central bank digital currency could stave off the need for private-sector stablecoins such as Diem or Tether – but has also called for a crackdown on the crypto market more generally.

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I think ET needs to be re-cast for Vitalik. And the fat guy from Jurassic Park 1 at the beginning will be Charles.

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**My favorite quote from the article:** *Ironically, Mr. Galka pointed out, the hacker was following Beanstalk’s stated rules. The problem is there was no contingency for somebody taking over the voting mechanism, which reflects the newness of the project itself, he said.* *“Everything this guy did was consistent with the code,” Mr. Galka said.* **Unpaywalled:** **Crypto Thieves Get Bolder by the Heist, Stealing Record Amounts: Hacker steals $182 million over the weekend, the fifth largest hack on record** *By Paul Vigna Follow April 22, 2022 5:30 am ET* Cryptocurrency hacks are getting bigger. On Sunday, a hacker exploited a new algorithmic stablecoin project called Beanstalk and drained it of $182 million worth of digital assets. The hack wiped out all of the ether held by the fund. Once the ether was removed, the value of the stablecoin itself, called Bean, collapsed to 10 cents from $1 on Sunday, according to data firm CoinGecko. Most recently it was trading at 6 cents. After the bean stablecoin’s collapse, the hacker’s profit was about $76 million, according to a blog post from Beanstalk Farms, the group that operates the project. The Beanstalk hack was the fifth-largest crypto theft on record, according to Rekt.news, which tracks crypto hacks. The hack follows a $540 million theft last month from the platform for the online game Axie Infinity. The 2022 pace of roughly a hack a week is in line with last year, but the amount stolen is rising, according to Rekt. Since August, there have been 37 hacks in 38 weeks that have drained about $2.9 billion worth of cryptocurrencies. That is on par with the $3.2 billion stolen in all of 2021, according to analytics firm Chainalysis. Hackers are finding larger exploits amid the increase of decentralized finance, or DeFi, projects. Hackers tend to target new protocols that haven’t been fully tested and vetted, said Max Galka, chief executive of crypto forensics firm Elementus. Beanstalk just launched in August. The open-source nature of DeFi projects is another reason they are attractive to thieves. Hackers can spend time examining the code looking for weaknesses, Chainalysis said. Even platforms that have audited their code have still been hacked. The firm said DeFi protocols need to have a more thorough approach to security. Most of the hacks have taken advantage of faulty code, according to Chainalysis. In fact, the exact method that the Beanstalk hacker used has become a common one, the firm said. The Beanstalk protocol used what’s called a DAO, or decentralized autonomous organization. Users can dedicate, or “stake,” funds to the project, which gives them a vote in governance and changes to the protocol. According to blockchain-analytics firm Elliptic, the hacker borrowed about $1 billion worth of different stablecoins, using an ultra-short-term kind of loan called a flashloan, and then added that to Beanstalk’s funds. That was enough to give them an overwhelming percentage of voting power. The hacker proposed donating money to Ukraine, and voted to approve the idea. The proposal, however, included code that instead sent all the funds locked up in the Beanstalk protocol to a wallet controlled by the hacker, according to Elliptic. Once they stole the funds, they repaid the loan, and pocketed the difference. Ironically, Mr. Galka pointed out, the hacker was following Beanstalk’s stated rules. The problem is there was no contingency for somebody taking over the voting mechanism, which reflects the newness of the project itself, he said. “Everything this guy did was consistent with the code,” Mr. Galka said. Publius, the development group that launched Beanstalk, declined to comment for this article. The developer group has been trying to regroup and has said it wants to attempt to rebuild. To do so would require securing the protocol, finding new capital to fund it, as well as repaying users who lost money from the hack. It is unclear if any of the funds can be recovered. The developers behind Beanstalk asked the hacker to return the funds but keep 10% as a “bug bounty.” So far there has been no reply to that request.

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“Darkening all the flickering billboards and flashing lights for one hour—from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. ET today—will save roughly 23.4 billion joules of energy. But the same amount of energy that powers the square’s hustle and bustle for 60 minutes would power only 1.5 seconds of Bitcoin network operation, and just six monetary transactions recorded on Bitcoin’s blockchain ledger, according to the Algorand Foundation (the group behind the protocol).” That’s wild if you think about it

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Whenever I reply to anyone I just assume it's a person unless i know it's a bot. That's as far as my assumptions go because that's all that matters. I would care if it was ET

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Post is by: stick_potters and the url/text [ ](https://goo.gl/GP6ppk)is: /r/CryptoCurrency/comments/u8n30t/bitcoin_is_our_greatest_weapon_in_the_fight/ Hi Everyone! Bitcoin’s been catching a lot of heat lately over its energy consumption. Article after article comes out that decry its harm to the environment. But the truth is far more comforting than a handful of seemingly harsh data points about Bitcoin and the environment. I wanted to create this post to equip every miner and Bitcoiner with the arguments they need to spread the truth about Bitcoin’s impact on the environment. How could such an energy-consuming technology benefit the Green Movement? In short, there’s more to Bitcoin than its critics appreciate. **Bitcoin mining renders renewable energy sources viable.** In April 2021, Jack Dorsey’s Square released a white paper boldly titled, “Bitcoin is Key to an Abundant, Clean Energy Future”. Early in the memo, the authors explained that the costs for solar and wind energy have recently dropped by 90% and 71%, respectively. Suffice to say that green alternatives are rapidly gaining steam on the cost side of the ledger. But as explained above, it’s difficult to match supply of solar and wind energy to demand. Demand for energy peaks in the early evening, when people are home and using appliances. At that time, though, the sun is already setting, and wind is always unpredictable. **Enter Bitcoin mining** Miners can work from anywhere, so long as they’re connected to a power source and the internet. Because of this, they can act as ‘an energy buyer of last resort’: whenever supply of wind or solar exceeds demand, miners can jump in and pay for the privilege of using the energy to mine Bitcoin. This will render renewable energy far more profitable, and will therefore incentivize the creation of *more* green energy sources. Square’s white paper puts it succinctly: “Bitcoin miners…offer highly flexible and easily interruptible load…and are completely location agnostic, requiring only an internet connection. \[They are\] an energy buyer of last resort that can be turned on or off at a moment’s notice anywhere in the world.” **Bitcoin is one of the cleanest industries on the planet** In 2021, the Bitcoin Mining Council (BMC) published the results of a voluntary survey that investigated the electricity consumption and sustainable power mix of about one-third of the Bitcoin network. They discovered that those surveyed used electricity fed by 67% sustainable power. The surveyors inferred that the entire Bitcoin network’s sustainable electricity mix had increased to 56%, making it among the greenest industries in the world. In contrast, electricity in the United States is only 30.5% sustainable, and electricity in China is less than 15% sustainable. **Bitcoin mining employs energy that would’ve otherwise gone to waste** As Caitlin Long, CEO of Avanti Financial Group, said in a recent documentary, “More than 2/3 of the energy produced in the world is waste energy, because it’s produced during the hours of the day when there’s not demand to consume it…it’s also produced in a place where there’s not transmission to move it across space and time, and so that energy goes unused and wasted.” Crusoe Energy and others are tackling this issue with bitcoin Mining. The company raised 128 million dollars in 2021 to build data centers and Bitcoin mining operations that use this wasted energy and reduce methane emissions. Crusoe Energy operates out of North Dakota, where 500 million cubic feet of gas are flared daily. The company runs forty data centers that harness flared natural gas as of 2021. Soon, they expect to operate 100 units across six states. Co-founder of Crusoe Energy, Lochmiller, said that “Where we view our power consumption, we draw a very clear line in our project evaluation stage where we’re reducing emissions for…oil and gas projects.” **Energy consumption drives progress and so doesn’t require defending** Professor Vaclav Smil’s *Energy and Civilization: A History* traces the relationship between energy consumption and human progress. To take one example, he explains that a typical 1900 Great Plains farmer employed at most 5 kilowatts of power to plow his field using horses. In 2000, a farmer couple can employ over 250 kilowatts of power with a diesel engine, all while “sitting high above the ground in the air-conditioned comfort of his tractor cabin.” Smil’s thesis aligns with our common sense. There is a reason that modern cities consume more energy than ancient villages, that airplanes consume more energy than horses, and that calculators consume more energy than abacuses. Seen in this light, even *if* Bitcoin was the most energy-intensive money ever invented, that does not mean that we should continue using gold and fiat currencies. A more comprehensive comparison should compare all of the costs *and* benefits conferred on humanity by each money. To critics of Bitcoin who appeal to its energy consumption, I ask: why is environmental impact the standard by which you judge an innovation, rather than the benefit said innovation would confer on humanity? If you are interested in ways of pushing this movement and have more questions regarding changing the current paradigm around Bitcoin mining and the environment, Sazmining, a renewable energy Bitcoin mining venture, is hosting an [AMA](https://investor.sazmining.com/ama-sign-up-page/) today at 1 pm ET. 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What happened Shares of Shopify ( SHOP -13.31% ) are falling in today's trading. The company's share price was down roughly 9.5% as of 11:15 a.m. ET on Wednesday. There isn't any fresh business-specific news that should be prompting investors to sell out of Shopify stock, but the company's share price is being negatively impacted by recent earnings results from another company that's considered a bellwether for the tech sector. Netflix ( NFLX -35.12% ) published its first-quarter results yesterday, and the shocking results prompted a wave of pullbacks for stocks that trade at growth-dependent valuations.

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Most of these answers are ridiculous. At least in the US you just wire the money to your bank account from the exchange. It’s not a big deal to the bank. You don’t have to warn them. The taxes are your problem, not the bank’s. Yes they’ll report the transfer as being over $10k but you’ll never see that report nor will it have any impact on you. The money will be available the same day if you wire it before ~1pm ET. You could throw $50MM at a bank account you opened yesterday and the bank won’t care. The most that will happen is you may get a call from the bank’s client services rep introducing themselves, but for $1MM even that’s pretty u likely.

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tldr; The NBA has announced plans to release NFTs tied to the current season’s playoffs. The first 10,000 members of the NBAxNFT Discord server will be able to add an Ethereum wallet address to an allowlist by 5pm ET on Saturday. An NFT works like a blockchain-backed receipt, which proves ownership for an item. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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CPI out in roughly 30 mins, 8:30 ET.

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Yellen talks about crypto today at 10:30 ET. Everyone ready for the post-speech BTC pump?

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Fed minutes are released (I think 2pm ET)

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WHO? ![gif](giphy|RHInHY2dInc6uMI2ET|downsized)

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Probably the ET part 😂

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Paywalled Content: Museums Are Cashing In on NFTs There’s money to be made, though most institutions are wary of getting involved. By Scott Reyburn March 25, 2022, 11:31 a.m. ET LONDON — “To wake up to one of these things is pretty special — to have a Leonardo at home,” said Joe Kennedy, the director of the contemporary art dealership Unit London, enthusing recently about an elaborately framed LED screen with a digital replica of Leonardo da Vinci’s “Portrait of a Musician” glowing on his gallery wall. The original was 800 miles away in the Ambrosiana museum in Milan. The Leonardo was one of six ultra-high-resolution copies of famous paintings from across the centuries in Unit’s moodily lit “Eternalizing Art History” exhibition, which closed on Saturday. The show was the latest attempt by cash-poor museums to generate money by selling nonfungible tokens, or NFTs. Last year, NFTs, usually pegged to the high-flying but volatile Ethereum cryptocurrency, took the market for art and collectibles by storm, with sales estimated in the tens of billions. Pandemic-related lockdowns and reprioritized government spending have put the world’s public museums under financial pressure. Yet so far, despite the formidable sales figures being achieved by NFTs, few institutions have explored this digital asset as a fund-raising mechanism. Unit and its Florence-based technology partner Cinello forged licensing agreements with several prominent Italian museums to create a hybrid offering of limited edition LED reproductions in period-style wooden frames, each accompanied by a unique NFT. Same-size digital versions of the Leonardo portrait, Caravaggio’s “Bowl of Fruit” (also in the Ambrosiana) and Raphael’s “Madonna of the Goldfinch” (in the Uffizi in Florence) were offered in editions of nine, ranging in price from 100,000 euros to €500,000 per piece (around $110,000 to $550,000). Fifty percent of sales proceeds went back to the licensing museums. By the Friday after the show closed, seven sales had been confirmed up to €250,000, which included at least one of the Leonardo NFTs. The collaboration between Unit and the Italian museums follows earlier attempts by other European institutions to get on the NFT bandwagon. Among those are the State Hermitage Museum, in St. Petersburg, Russia, which last September held an auction of NFT replicas of five of its best-known paintings that raised $444,000. The Belvedere museum in Vienna has fractionalized the digitized image of Gustav Klimt’s “The Kiss” into a one-off drop of 10,000 NFTs. This was released on Feb. 14, Valentine’s Day, priced at 0.65 Ethereum, or €1,850, each. Earlier this week, Irene Jaeger, a media relations officer at the Austrian museum, said around 2,400 of these Klimt NFTs had been sold, generating about €4.3 million. Producing NFTs uses a lot of energy, particularly on the Ethereum blockchain. According to one estimate, the computing power required to mint one NFT generates the same amount of greenhouse gas as a 500-mile journey in a gasoline-powered car. Nonfungible tokens can make money for a museum, but they also have the potential to create image-damaging environmental issues. A more eco-friendly offering of 50 NFTs based on a William Blake print, individually priced at 999 units of the “green” cryptocurrency tezos (about $3,290 at current values), has so far attracted eight sales for the Whitworth museum in Manchester, England, since its release in July, according to Bernardine Brocker Wieder, the chief executive of Vastari, the project’s technical partner. Environmental issues are one reason barely a dozen museums have so far experimented with NFTs as an alternative revenue stream. The instability and opacity of unregulated cryptocurrencies, the difficulty of finding trusted tech partners and the cost of such partnerships are also cited by museum professionals as reasons for hesitancy. “American museums are nonprofit organizations that work in the public trust,” said Tina Rivers Ryan, a curator specializing in digital art at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, in Buffalo. “This means that legally and morally they are bound to move slowly.” Ryan added, however, that many American museums are currently having internal discussions about how NFTs might be incorporated into their mission. “The market is changing so rapidly,” she said. “There are legal, environmental and other ramifications that have to be thought about very carefully.” One institution that has wasted no time in embracing NFTs as a fund-raising tool is the British Museum in London. Chaired by George Osborne, a former British finance minister, the museum entered into an exclusive five-year partnership in September with the Ethereum-based NFT platform LaCollection. The museum has since made several token drops, in editions varying in size from two to 10,000, using digital copies of works by Katsushika Hokusai and J.M.W. Turner. Prices ranged from $500 to $40,000. Aware of the environmental sensitivity of large-scale token drops, LaCollection said on its website that “for each minted NFT, we plant a tree” that “more than offsets” the activity’s carbon footprint. Last month, sales reached “seven figures,” said Sophie Reid, spokeswoman for the project, in an email. The British Museum itself declined to comment. Suse Anderson, an assistant professor of museum studies at George Washington University, said she was skeptical about museums becoming involved in the mania for NFTs. “It risks being a gimmick rather than focusing on the work itself. We should be making resources as available to the public as we can,” Anderson said. Yet she acknowledged that there was currently a market for NFTs from museums. “It may not last long, but this is a moment where there is a possibility for fund-raising and visibility,” she said. At the moment, that market is relatively small. Publicly funded galleries are wary of cryptocurrencies, and, for those immersed in that world, digitalized old art doesn’t have the speculative cool of “native” NFTs, like CryptoPunks or Bored Apes, which can sell for millions. As yet, no museum NFTs have achieved attention-grabbing profits on resale platforms, such as OpenSea. But what if the reproduction of a masterpiece is so good it looks just like the original, hanging in a beautiful frame on a wall? Don’t those have the potential to sell for millions, or at least hundreds of thousands? On the final day of the Unit “Eternalizing Art History” show, Eve Smith, a lawyer, seemed impressed. “This is the second time I’ve been. I was completely astonished,” said Smith, gazing at a backlit ultra-high-resolution digital copy of Francesco Hayez’s 1896 painting of embracing lovers, “The Kiss,” in the Pinacoteca Brera museum in Milan. “It looks like satin. It looks like there’s texture in what you’re looking at, but there isn’t,” Smith said. “Will I still want to go to the Brera? Of course.” But would she be prepared to pay Unit London’s asking price of €180,000 to own one of the edition of nine, plus its NFT? “It depends how much you like repro,” Smith said.

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Governance - sign up for period #3 starts next Thursday at 12PM ET and ends on April 14th. Get in there and stack those ALGOs.

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tldr; Crypto.com has created a television commercial to raise funds for people affected by the crisis in Ukraine. It will air multiple times during the live broadcast of the 94th Academy Awards on Sunday night at 8 p.m. ET. Viewers can donate with crypto, fiat, or by buying an NFT from the campaign collection. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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NFT roundup show tomorrow here on reddit talk with Jesse Johnson from Aavegotchi, someone from Exodus Wallet, and schwiz from Ibises Bay Cronos NFT Market at 8pm ET.

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The DAO just opened voting btw. If you were holding APE at 12pm ET on Wednesday (snapshot time) then make sure to vote on AIP 1-5 by March 30.

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Bogdonaff’s saw the shorts from heaven: ***PAMP ET***

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Wrong once again ET h didn't get it's last all-time high until f****** nft Market, if the creator of etherium keeps it up with this leftist b******* he's going to drive his company to the ground I promise you that

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I'll look into it over the weekend. I recommend that you join the Secret Spaces on Tuesday, March 22nd at 5pm UTC / 1pm ET. The project team will go over the Orbem war and ChameleonVille NFT in greater detail.

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ET. It's you?

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One hour (8am ET) I’ll get 10,950 from my ape. Might buy more if it opens low.

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Bitcoin will outlast the human race. ET will come to this planet and marvel at how we dumb fucks human beings could have come up with such a mathematical marvel.

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If you want to watch the FED meeting live in an hour. It's actually at 2:30 ET https://www.federalreserve.gov/live-broadcast.htm

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2pm ET, Fed is most likely going to announce a quarter-point hike

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Looks like 2pm ET

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2PM ET if I’m not mistaken

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How do you come to this conclusion. I literally mentioned BSC chain ET CETERA. May read it again.

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Fricken hilarious 😂😂😂 *in Vegeta’s Voice* “fuck ET, that mother fucker is making my bag go below 9000!”

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Post is by: RemarkableExplorer47 and the url/text [ ](https://goo.gl/GP6ppk)is: /r/CryptoCurrency/comments/tc0fkx/crypto_neophyte_stepbystep_to_buy_crypto/ I found a lot of generic discussions on how to start investing in crypto but nothing step-by-step except for exchanges promoting their interface. I'd appreciate comments on the following methodology I came up with. Step 1: Open an account in an exchange that is secure, easy to use for anyone familiar with online brokerage, allows limit orders, and has a simple, understandable fee structure. Found [WeBull Financial](https://a.webull.com/ga6a14B5sBbWzGndBQ) with a flat 1% fee when you bought or sold crypto that satisfied my requirements. Keep the account segregated from your checking and brokerage account. Step 2: Fund the account with an ACH link (no charge with WeBull) to your segregated checking account. If you don't have a primarily online account, chose one with no fees or minimums. Due to the current volatility of crypto do not invest, or fund, more than you can afford to lose. Step 3: Research the coins that interest you. My criteria was they had to be in the top 20 coins in market cap, they had to use Proof of Stake (POS) technology, they had to have top tier transactional throughput, and they had to be at least 50% of the ATH (All Time High). Step 4: Purchase the coin(s) that meet your criteria with a limit order based on the price you feel the coin is currently worth based on current trends and your target % ATH. While the limit order helped, I got caught by the Russian invasion on the day I placed the order but it would have been much worse if it was a market order. The other caveat with limit order is the day is based on UTC so, for WeBull, the runs from 5:30pm ET to 4:30pm ET. *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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I guess ET would phone home.

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tldr; Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies fell on Thursday as some of the initial excitement around US President Joe Biden's executive order on digital assets faded. Bitcoin was down over 6% at $39,086 at 3:38 a.m. ET on Thursday, according to data from CoinDesk. On Wednesday, bitcoin surged as high as $42,577 after starting the day trading at around $38,744. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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Wait till 8.29 ET.

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If you're in ET then stop fanning around with cable news and magnet link me South Park goddamit. Oh, and buy BTC.

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tldr; Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies were higher on Wednesday after US President Joe Biden announced his executive order on digital assets. Bitcoin was trading at $42,118.73, around 8% higher as of 6:30 a.m. ET, according to data from CoinDesk. Biden's executive order attempts to address lack of a framework for the development of cryptocurrencies in the US. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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Just stake your bags, it's better you cannot touch them but you still earn passively. I got all my assets locked on various platform and use the passive income to DCA into ET and BTC, so far ORE token has been my most profitable staked lowcap alt.

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tldr; Ukraine will soon release non-fungible tokens (NFTs) to help financially support its armed forces. The country has raised over $46 million in cryptocurrency donations. An airdrop for anyone who pledges by 11 a.m. ET on Thursday was canceled hours before the deadline. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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MIT MT T ET ETH *taps head*

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> This market will resolve to "Yes" if by the resolution time June 30, 2022 (11:59:59 PM ET) Coinbase users are able to deposit and withdraw USDC to and from their Coinbase account (aka custodial wallet) through the Polygon mainnet network. Otherwise, this market will resolve to "No". > The resolution source is the Coinbase platform and Coinbase blog (https://blog.coinbase.com/). If the resolution criteria are satisfied prior to the resolution date, this market will resolve immediately.

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6pm ET.

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Back in my day it was just ET, and he wanted to use a landline to phone home.

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12:30 PM ET, so in 1:18h

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tldr; Cryptocurrencies fell sharply on Thursday after Russia launched an attack on Ukraine. Bitcoin was down more than 8% at $34,702.18 at around 2:25 a.m. ET on Thursday, the lowest level in a month. Ether plunged over 12% and was trading at $2,325.18. More than $150 billion has been wiped off the entire cryptocurrency market in the last 24 hours. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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tldr; Cryptocurrencies fell sharply on Thursday after Russia launched an attack on Ukraine. Bitcoin was down more than 8% at $34,702.18 at around 2:25 a.m. ET on Thursday, the lowest level in a month. Ether plunged over 12% and was trading at $2,325.18. More than $150 billion has been wiped off the entire cryptocurrency market in the last 24 hours. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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tldr; Bitcoin, the world's most valuable cryptocurrency, fell nearly 6.5% in the last 24 hours to trade at $36,649 at 2:30 a.m. ET on Tuesday. The currency has lost almost half its value since its November high of $68,990 due to geopolitical tensions, the prospect of interest rate hikes by the US Federal Reserve and curbs by some major economies on digital assets. Bitcoin's peers have also been faring poorly. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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LIVE Updated Feb. 21, 2022, 8:05 p.m. ET1 minute ago 1 minute ago Live Updates: Putin Orders Forces to Ukraine’s Breakaway Regions President Vladimir V. Putin signed a decree that allowed for troops to enter Donetsk and Luhansk. The U.S. and E.U. said they would begin imposing limited sanctions. RIGHT NOWThe U.S. said it will impose sanctions on the breakaway regions, but not for now on Russia. [Source](https://www.nytimes.com/live/2022/02/21/world/ukraine-russia-putin-biden.amp.html)

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Don’t worry, tommorrow is 2.22.22. At 2:22 ET I’m going to pump the market. ![gif](giphy|8igfrOLF6m9jv0T3W0|downsized)

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Burn confirmed for around 2:20 PM ET TODAY!!

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tldr; Tesla CEO Elon Musk responded to McDonald's tweet about accepting Dogecoin (DOGE) with the "sweat droplets" emoji. The emoji could mean someone is stressed. Musk may have suggested he is anxious about the announcement. McDonald's hinted the announcement could come at 6:20 p.m. ET on Sunday. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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The daily got really busy earlier when crypto dipped (250+ at 10 ET) and is getting much quieter as it grows. Do the bears just come to gloat?

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8:30 ET the CPI numbers came out showing hotter inflation than expected. 7.3% expected 7.5% actual. Crypto and stock market reacted

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7 PM ET is a great time of day. Fresh daily, fresh mindset

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“When the ad airs, we’ll tweet the commercial and pin the tweet. To enter, follow us and retweet that pinned tweet on our u/FTX_Official Twitter account between the time it airs and 11:59 p.m. EST,” FTX detailed, adding that no purchase is necessary. &#x200B; Each winner will receive bitcoin deposited into their FTX account. The amount of bitcoin to be deposited will be equal to the ET time (hour and minute) that sponsor’s February 13, 2022 television commercial begins to be aired on NBC. The company clarified that, for example, if its commercial airs at 9:02 p.m. ET, then winners will receive 9.02 bitcoins. **The offer is only available to residents of 50 U.S. states, excluding New York**. The prizes will be fulfilled approximately eight to 10 weeks after the winners are confirmed, according to the official rules for the crypto sweepstakes posted on the FTX US website.

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> Each winner will receive Bitcoin deposited into their FTX account. The amount of Bitcoin to be deposited will be equal to the ET time (hour and minute) that Sponsor’s February 13, 2022 television commercial begins to be aired on NBC. Time of the beginning of the airing will be determined by Sponsor, relying on https://www.time.gov/. For example, if the commercial is aired at 9:15 p.m. ET, winners will receive 9.15 BTC. Bizzare

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"Open to legal residents of the 50 U. S. (D.C.), excl NY, 18 +. Enter on 2/13/22 after TV commercial airs on NBC - 11:59 p.m. ET. Sponsor does not control air time. See Official Rules for all requirements, prize details and odds. Must open & get approval for FTX account (SSN and bank account req’d) to claim prize. Void in NY & where prohibited"

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PAMP ET ![gif](giphy|XZs8rooarqKgnUJVC7|downsized)

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tldr; Samsung will launch its Galaxy S22 smartphone in the virtual world of the Metaverse on February 9 at 10am ET. Samsung built the virtual store inside Decentraland, a 3D virtual world browser that might remind some of Second Life. Samsung paid for its 837X space with some of its own Mana cryptocurrency. Samsung also just launched a series of Galaxy video billboards in New York, London, South Korea, Dubai, and Malaysia. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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Fuck meta or shitbook or whatever zuckerborg assimilates next that fucking pasty faced ET molester. Bitcoin will be surpassing MS, Amazon and Apple soon enough. Then all of them combined. Then be beyond monetary value it will be self aware, ooooooooooooooooooooo. So early.

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