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The Daily SMA converging. Litecoin is looking primed for a breakout and sooner this time around.

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Favorite Altcoins for year 2024?

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Transfer Coins to Ledger

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Could an ETC ETF go live before an ETH ETF ?

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

SEC's Ground-Breaking Bitcoin ETF Approval: The Catalyst Behind Ethereum and ETC's Meteoric Rise

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SEC's Ground-Breaking Bitcoin ETF Approval: The Catalyst Behind Ethereum and ETC's Meteoric Rise

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Altcoin season about to happen! The ETF approval was already price in for number one coin, but now the road is open for ETF's for other coins.

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Altcoin season about to happen! The ETF approval was already price in for BTC, but now the road is open for ETF's for other coins.

r/BitcoinSee Post

TO THE MOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOON

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How to get your information on ETC approval deadline day

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Sent eth to etc address

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Help me understand Bitcoin ETF and Bitcoin scarcity

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How to send ETC NFT's to hardware wallet?

r/BitcoinSee Post

As a U.S. citizen, my contention is that EVERY BTC exchange or company responsible for a BTC ETC should be audited MONTHLY and provide proof of reserves. The audit should be conducted by at least 3 independent parties in the U.S. The rest of the global populace should follow the same approach.

r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Post

Turning $200 into $5M with memecoins, Now that the bullrun has unofficially started, what memecoins should we buy?

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Certik Audit ~ AuditU©️ AuditPi©️ AuditRobo©️

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Crypto tracker through DEGIRO?

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“During a gold rush, sell shovels.” - Advanced driver-assistance system (ADAS) & Autonomous Vehicles

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AMA Nov 7th on r/CryptoCurrency - Levana Perps

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Ethereum updates

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POS scam?

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Roaring Kitty Is Known For Starting The GME Movement, Also The Main Character In The New "Dumb Money" Movie

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Prep for the bull run (Pt. 1): ETH & BTC Allocation

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Here comes my prediction what will happen to crypto in 2024

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TIL about the DAO Hack that started the Ethereum hard fork, and gave birth to ETC (Ethereum Classic). With the quick thinking of the DAO & Ethereum community the chain was forked, and ETH has managed to flourish.

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With BTC ETC likelihood increasing drastically, how long before everyone has BTC in their 401k/TSP?

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What the Fork!? What Are They And Why do They Happen?

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What's your opinion on buying alts during bear market and buying BTC/ETC stack during bull market?

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How many of you are investing versus gambling in Cryptocurrency?

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Change Of Strategy For The Next Bull Run, What Do You Think?

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Did you know? Ethereum once faced a major ethical dilemma that tested its commitment to decentralization. It failed, but, it might have been the right call

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Mistakes People Make In Their Crypto Journey.

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Unethical Things To Do in the Crypto Space.

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This is the calm before the big bullrun, best time to buy is now

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Ethereum (ETH) vs. Ethereum Classic (ETC): How the Split Happened

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I made a mistake transferring currencies -- please help

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Larry Fink Orange Pill

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Coinbase and Gemini made a statement about Relisting after the lawsuit

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Here's why most people will repeat all the same mistakes (and we can already see it right now). Why we keep seeing so much of the same in every cycle, and people don't seem to ever learn. And why even crazy macros haven't made that big of a dent in the long term cycles.

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So with Kucoin , the last REAL Crypto Exchange, folding under pressure. Banning No KYC , and also not allowing US Customers. Liquidity is about to vanish on many alt coins.

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Fomo buys!!!! (caveat emptor)

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BTC/ETH maxis are actually shooting their own foot

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ETH and ETC what’s the status?

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ETH classic being accused of being a security but not ETH makes zero sense

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Ethereum and Ethereum Classic What do You preffer and why?

r/CryptoMoonShotsSee Post

$SMRF | The Bluest Memecoin is here to spread happiness - ETC Network

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Gmail shoots itself in the foot and scammers are taking advantage of it.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Post

I want to trade on a decentralized exchange with an order book

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Cardano Founder Charles Hoskinson Slams Ethereum Classic (ETC) As "A Fraudulent Project With No Vision"

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$60M Hack of Ethereum's First DAO

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Crypto Bingo Time

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The April Casino!

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Countering all the major anti-crypto arguments in one post.

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GPU mining profitability has increased 100% in the last days

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White & Case advises ETC Group on expansion of product portfolio to include first crypto ETP based on MSCI index

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Down 22k! CRYPTO ADVICE PLEASE!

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What is the function of some of the top Cryptos?

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Kahoot Trivia for 1,000 moons in 24 hours time at 6 pm ETC/ 10 pm UTC Tuesday 14 March 2023 (9 am AEDT 15 March 2023 for the Aussies)

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Crypto's golden rule: When ETC pumps, new money is coming into the market, confusing Ethereum Classic for Ethereum.

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How To Profit In Crypto Without Buying Coins: BTC, Shiba, ETC, ADA...

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The argument for cardano 2023-2025 - and a bit of history

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In an alternate Universe, BTC is the Official Currency of the United States

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In an alternate Universe, Crypto is the Official Medium of Exchange in the World

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The decision that taken by Comoros country that will make the end of 69 terrorist organizations in the list very near . (ISIS , Brotherhood , Al Qaeda and Boko Haram ETC ) are making a huge mess in the different areas in the world .

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The state of GPU mining profitability - still worse than Folding Banano

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Kompete.Game might be opening beta Q2.

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Cryptocurrency Mining in 2023; The Most Lucrative 📈 Dogecoin (DOGE) The rapid growth of Dogecoin has been quite outstanding compared to many other coins that were launched at the same time and for the same reason as it. Following the influence of Elon Musk

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Question: What is the Future of Ethereum-POW?

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Ergo: Hoskinsons pet scam or legit layer 1?

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Ergo: Hoskinsons pet scam or a legit layer 1?

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Thoughts on Mining Bitcoin/Altcoin in the Current Bear Market

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🔴 Live Crypto BONK, ADA, ETC, MANA, , PYR, SOL, & More

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If Grayscale is forced to sell their balance sheet to cover Genesis' creditors, these tokens would be the most impacted

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A little help please

r/BitcoinSee Post

hey guys, I need your help please. Can somebody pls explain wath is the difference between a Bitcoin-ETN and a Bitcoin-ETC. Both invest in real bitcoins.. Thanks🙌

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Trading on Crypto.com as a newbie

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Should I sell my losses and pay some CC debt?

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Ethereum Classic Hashrate Dumps Almost 50% In 3 Months, What About ETC?

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Need to Switch From SoFi Invest to New Platform to Store my Crypto. I'm Considering Binance for the No Purchase Fees for ETH/ETC

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What do you think, is Coinbase a safe haven?

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Coinbase Wallet Drops Support for XRP, Stellar (XLM), Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Ethereum Classic (ETC)

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Coinbase Wallet Drops Support for XRP, Stellar (XLM), Bitcoin Cash (BCH) and Ethereum Classic (ETC)

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Coinbase XRP and ETC Delisting

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4 Premium Crypto Domains For Sale

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Reverse-shill post: Which alt-coins in the top 100 I'm staying away from and why.

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Coinbase Wallet Is Dropping Support For XRP, BCH, XLM And ETC

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Grayscale finally decided to tweet about insolvency rumors, confirms BTC is fully backed

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PSA: Coinbase Wallet will no longer be supporting the following assets and networks due to low usage: BCH, ETC, XLM and XRP.

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Coinbase Wallet will stop supporting BCH, ETC, XLM and XRP, due to 'low usage'

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This Can’t Be Good for these Cryptos!!! 🤯🤯“Coinbase announces its wallet will stop supporting BCH, ETC, XLM and XRP, citing 'low usage'”

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Cyber Monday sales on hardware wallets! May be a good time to get one if you don't have one already!

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Is there anyone who is doing relatively well in crypto this year?

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Breaking down assets of DCG, as best as we can externally.

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| Avatar 2 | The Best Cinema Masterpiece Of All Time is Coming Back After 13 Years. | Doxxed Team | Quality Holders |

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if you leave crypto on an exchange I have zero sympathy.

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Weekly performances make no sense

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Do not use zelcore

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According to coinglass, the negative premium of Grayscale Bitcoin Trust Fund (GBTC) expanded to 40.73%, a new record low. The negative premium of ETH trust was 32.6%, ETC was 62.8%, BCH was 16.09%. LTC was 43.43%.

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Unload your bag or empty your sack

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ETHW ? a diamond hand investment or the "insiders" clinging to power

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Everyone who made their projects with crypto, tokens and automatizations. Read some, google it There are so many projects from Stacking, Games, AI, Metaverse, ETC. GOVS - China, S America , Some Arabic countries. Banks - JP Morgan was one of the first legacy banks to embrace crypto, releasing its own stablecoin in 2019. Other financial institutions, like Bank of America and Ally Bank, have begun allowing their customers to interact with crypto businesses.  For example, Goldman Sachs has already [unveiled GS DAP](https://developer.gs.com/discover/gs-dap), their native blockchain-based tokenization platform. 

Mentions:#ETC#JP#GS

So the bot would have told us not to buy their two favorite coins: BTC and ETH. And it would instead buy Safemoon, HEX, ETC, Tron, the most hated coins. Then maybe a tiny bit of ADA, SOL, and other controversial coins that are both hot and cold at the same time on here. The whole "do the opposite of the sub" only works when a coin is shilled too hard here and is at the peak of hype. There's usually gonna be a corrction.

'Digital silver' was the term coined by Charlie Lee as the tagline for Litecoin because 1/ it was an easily digestible soundbite for CNBC when crypto started getting coverage and 2/ because Charlie Lee wasn't exactly the brightest bulb in the room and didn't really have much to say beyond that tagline. So tbh it is and has always been a phrase devoid of any real meaning. Does the world need a digital silver? If it did Litecoin would be talked about way more—at best it's a quasi fallback/testnet for BTC but pretty mediocre as an SoV despite having almost identical mechanics. But what's absolutely certain is that no body is talking about ETC so that sure as shit ain't happening.

Mentions:#BTC#ETC

Because ETC spelled backwards is CTE. Like, brain damage. That’s why.

Mentions:#ETC

Luckily, I only had some ETC and BCH worth USD 500.- on that DeFi-platform. After the liquidation process I got some back in BTC. With the current appreciation it nearly made up the loss. I had some on NEXO, too but I don't trust DeFi anymore.

#Ethereum Classic Pro-Arguments Below is a Ethereum Classic pro-argument written by etj103007. > **What is Ethereum Classic?** > > Ethereum Classic is the original blockchain of the Ethereum network. After the 2016 DAO hack, users voted to hard fork the chain. The unaltered blockchain came to be known as Ethereum Classic (ETC), while the changed blockchain is now known as the much more popular Ethereum (ETH). > > Due to the users of ETC both using the unaltered blockchain and supporting an immutable blockchain, its users have adopted the slogan “Code is Law”. > > # > > # Pros of Ethereum Classic (ETC) > > **1. It uses PoW** > > With ETC sticking to Proof of Work (PoW) since the beginning, it is no wonder that it has been one of the top coins to mine for many years, most especially for miners with less than 4GB of VRAM. > > To prevent more 51% attacks to happen, its developers have switched its mining algorithm from Ethash to Etchash. This removes the possibility of renting hash power. Its reputation is rock-solid among miners, and it is one contender for migrating ETH miners after the Merge. > > **2. It supports smart contracts and other Dapps** > > Just like its forked brother ETH, ETC supports smart contracts. This allows it to support the same kinds of Dapps as ETH, albeit on a smaller scale and with fewer fees (currently, before the merge at least), > > NFTs are available on ETC as well. For those wanting a secure, PoW platform to build their apps upon, ETC would be the perfect choice for them. > > ​ > > **In conclusion:** > > As the original Ethereum blockchain, users of ETC pride themselves as the “original Ethereum”. Their developers continue to support miners, and keep the network secure with updates. > > With many questions being asked before the inevitable ETH merge, it’s also no wonder why it’s a popular choice for miners, as it can be mined even on older GPUs. Combined with its ability to use smart contracts, it directly competes with its bigger brother ETH in every manner and emerges better in each. > > TLDR: ETC supports miners while doing everything ETH can do. ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_ethereum_classic) to find submissions for other topics.

Mentions:#DAO#ETC#ETH

#Ethereum Classic Con-Arguments Below is a Ethereum Classic con-argument written by etj103007. > **What is Ethereum Classic?** > > Ethereum Classic is the original blockchain of the Ethereum network. After the 2016 DAO hack, users voted to hard fork the chain. The unaltered blockchain came to be known as Ethereum Classic (ETC), while the changed blockchain is now known as the much more popular Ethereum (ETH). > > Due to the users of ETC both using the unaltered blockchain and supporting an immutable blockchain, its users have adopted the slogan “Code is Law”. > > **1. Ethereum Classic will stay on PoW, and no one knows what will happen to it after the Merge.** > > While this is good for miners, when the inevitable Merge finally happens, Ethereum's (ETH) miners would have to find new crypto to mine. And while there are many prospects, (such as RVN, ERGO, and FIRO) Ethereum Classic (ETC) is yet another possible option for them. After the merge, no one knows what might happen when miners switch over to these PoW cryptos. > > According to an article by messari.io, 97% of miner revenue comes from ETH alone. The current ETH network hash rate stands at almost 1 Ph/s, while ETC is 40x smaller, at a meager 23 Th/s. > > Of course, not all miners will choose to go to ETC, but migration of such size has never been seen before in the history of cryptocurrency. And its effects are also unknown. > > Since ETC is PoW, it is also susceptible to 51% attacks, which have happened several times in the past (such as the 3 attacks in Aug 2019). Protections have been put into place, but it still means waiting for long periods to get enough block confirmations for your transactions. > > **2. It has fewer future prospects than Ethereum** > > Even though ETC does support smart contracts, most apps use ETH instead as its ecosystem is definitively bigger than ETC. **ETH is just much more well-known among users as the 2nd biggest crypto**. > > **In conclusion:** > > Even though most know ETC as "**the original Ethereum**", its forked brother is simply more popular, more secure, and has better prospects. ETH will become a network using less energy too. ETH miners today may transition to ETC, **but its future remains cloudy.** > > **TLDR: Questionable future after ETH merge, fewer prospects than ETH.** ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_ethereum_classic) to find submissions for other topics.

#Ethereum Classic Pro-Arguments Below is a Ethereum Classic pro-argument written by etj103007. > **What is Ethereum Classic?** > > Ethereum Classic is the original blockchain of the Ethereum network. After the 2016 DAO hack, users voted to hard fork the chain. The unaltered blockchain came to be known as Ethereum Classic (ETC), while the changed blockchain is now known as the much more popular Ethereum (ETH). > > Due to the users of ETC both using the unaltered blockchain and supporting an immutable blockchain, its users have adopted the slogan “Code is Law”. > > # > > # Pros of Ethereum Classic (ETC) > > **1. It uses PoW** > > With ETC sticking to Proof of Work (PoW) since the beginning, it is no wonder that it has been one of the top coins to mine for many years, most especially for miners with less than 4GB of VRAM. > > To prevent more 51% attacks to happen, its developers have switched its mining algorithm from Ethash to Etchash. This removes the possibility of renting hash power. Its reputation is rock-solid among miners, and it is one contender for migrating ETH miners after the Merge. > > **2. It supports smart contracts and other Dapps** > > Just like its forked brother ETH, ETC supports smart contracts. This allows it to support the same kinds of Dapps as ETH, albeit on a smaller scale and with fewer fees (currently, before the merge at least), > > NFTs are available on ETC as well. For those wanting a secure, PoW platform to build their apps upon, ETC would be the perfect choice for them. > > ​ > > **In conclusion:** > > As the original Ethereum blockchain, users of ETC pride themselves as the “original Ethereum”. Their developers continue to support miners, and keep the network secure with updates. > > With many questions being asked before the inevitable ETH merge, it’s also no wonder why it’s a popular choice for miners, as it can be mined even on older GPUs. Combined with its ability to use smart contracts, it directly competes with its bigger brother ETH in every manner and emerges better in each. > > TLDR: ETC supports miners while doing everything ETH can do. ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_ethereum_classic) to find submissions for other topics.

Mentions:#DAO#ETC#ETH

Bitcoins ETFs are a mistake sorry, I think people should instead of buying ETC, just go learn how to make a wallet and buy p2p

Mentions:#ETC

Depends on depth. Stack your money where everyone else is stacking it in the order book tends to create velocity towards that particular wall, whichever side of the spread it’s on. Take a shallow pair with low volume let’s say BTC/ETC and I bring 100BTC to the order book and it only does 10/BTC volume my 100BTC is going to wreck the bud/ask spread. This wasn’t financial advice

Mentions:#BTC#ETC

The world governments will attempt to create hard times and force us to sell our Coins to them. BTC will be held and lent just like the american dollar is now. HOLD and the curve is PARABOLIC. 2050 BTC Target??? Currently world Goals Timer set to 2050. Net 0 carbon emissions in that time (USA). 2025 --> 2050 is a mass investment market, into USA infrastructure ETC. Diesel transition to fuel agnostic Natural Gas is already UNDERWAY. BRICS shall be the gas powered work horse/ dumping ground of the next 25 years..... (See Cummins, Volve NG Line 2024+) (Inflation Reduction Act)

Mentions:#BTC#HOLD#ETC

My 1st level emergency fund are \~ €10k on my checking accounts, second level are a few bitcoin ETC shares which can I can sell for euros to my bank account within minutes.

Mentions:#ETC

I would prefer ETC a 1000 times over ETH.

Mentions:#ETC#ETH

RVN, Flux, Ergo, Neoxa, Meowcoin, Dynex, ETC, conflux…

Mentions:#RVN#ETC

ADA, Algo, LTC, LRC, ETC, BCH, CRO. Buy them. Show us. I dare you.

I think you make some valid points but I would not try to compare BTC to a stock, but more like a commodity like gold. Considering that gold adoption too is often subject to speculation around how much a given FIAT may devalue, or a war. What is gold really worth to anyone outside of sentiment? One could say that it is a tangible in that you can wear it, but like BTC is simply a deflationary asset with limited supply that has value because it can’t be printed like fiat. Additionally, recent developments in the regulatory and political environments have paved the way for ETFs that will pump significantly more liquidity and institutional investment into the mix which may smooth out some of the volatility by offsetting whale maneuvers the way they do other assets these days. I mean, I am no expert honestly but I try to learn as much as I can and listen to folks that are a crap ton smarter than I am. That said, I have been investing in Crypto since 2015 and have won some and lost some, but I have never lost on my ETC and BTC holds. Now I learned much later the benefits of dollar cost averaging simply because I come from a working class family that really never taught us about being financially literate so my journey is ongoing, but now in my early 50s I am finally applying what I have picked up along the way and I think that BTC and some of the other top coins will definitely remain with me and then to my family when I go. Zooming out a bit, when you consider that many of the world bank consortiums are now looking at leveraging a common ledger to aid in modernizing cross border payments and near instant settlement, the future of block chain seems to be here to stay. Now BTC will most likely not be participating in any of these consortiums as a mechanism for settlement or cross boarder payments due to its cost and slowness, it does have its place in a diversified Crypto portfolio. So I guess I do somewhat agree that simply going all in on BTC alone makes one subject to a black swan event that could wipe them out at the wrong time, it seems to me that taking a similar investment approach to regular markets with a well considered diverse portfolio would be the way I am looking at it these days.

Mentions:#BTC#ETC

There is some validity to their concerns though. ETC may be trash, but it’s from the old guard, and still had a place no matter how niche that place may be. 🤷🏾‍♂️

Mentions:#ETC

ETC is for a bunch of ding dongs

Mentions:#ETC

How do ETC holders justify it now in the face of an ETH spot ETF? What keeps them from capitulating?

Mentions:#ETC#ETH#ETF

Man that makes sense. I sell the ETF without having BTC in hand. So whatever value i price ETF at is based on a future value of btc. So today BTC is 69k. ETF's value is based on cryptos value. So i offer the ETC investment vehicle to investors for 69k. Than BTC;s value increases to 72K when i finally do get the BTC from the miner as you say. So now i paid the miner 72k for this BTC that i have sold at 69K to the investor. Thank God am not an investor....

Mentions:#ETF#BTC#ETC

Using custodial crap is a bad idea. You are totally at the mercy of them. Normally this problem would have been solved in 10s... just import private key of ETC into ETH and that's it.

Mentions:#ETC#ETH
r/BitcoinSee Comment

If one fiat currency collapses, there is always a new one that replaces it. Even if we have a Bitcoin standard, fiat currencies will always exist in one form or the other, because countries will always try to control the monetary system. Also, because Bitcoin is usually displayed with the USD price, people often seem to think the BTC price is somehow linked to the US Dollar. But you can value Bitcoin in anything you want, like every other asset. There’s a BTC/USD price, a BTC/EUR price a BTC/JPY price, a BTC/Gold price, a BTC/ETC price and so on. The value of one specific currency is literally irrelevant to the Value of Bitcoin, or to the Value of anything else in the world. The value of something is not linked to the value of something else.

Mentions:#BTC#ETC

What about ETC?

Mentions:#ETC

If you're already in ADA, you can use it via Indigo Protocol to get some exposure to BTC and ETC....I was pretty USD poor/ADA rich during Bitcoin's last slump but was still able to get some iBTC at low ADA prices...some nice 3x returns without having to set up a Bitcoin wallet

Mentions:#ADA#BTC#ETC

I just buy BTC, ETC, LTC I don't tough other stuff with a stick. I did have CRO for a while for their card but yeah. No more

That’s the thing. With Big ETF bros like Black rock holding so much both in coin number and influence, what if they say something like, 21M coins limit is not feasible, miners need to get more rewards, and get the other ETF and Big Co like Saylor’s to switch to the new fork (they have capital to buy the new coins). Then now BTC become BTCC (Bitcoin classic), just like it happened with ETH and ETC, and you and I the small fries are left hold our now halved bags in one hand and our dicks in another

I think you meant ETH, not ETC. ETC would fit in nicely with the coins you're trying to move on from.

Mentions:#ETH#ETC

“These seem pretty dead, so was wondering if itd be a good idea to sell and reinvest into other coins (BTC, ETC and some alts)” “What would you do, would you sell them and reinvest”? Dawg you asked what people would do I answered. I’d buy BTC & SOL.

Mentions:#BTC#ETC#SOL

Premine, PoS, rollback which resulted to ETC and Ethereum Foundation doing an ICO is more than enough for me and any sane person (especially after PoS) to realise that it is a security.

Mentions:#ETC

Does that make ETC a commodity?

Mentions:#ETC

> Please tell me why Grayscale is scooping up Litecoin if it's a bad investment Sure, I am always happy to expose pure foolishness. Institutional interest in crypto outside of BTC and ETH is negligible. There has been more demand ETC than LTC - it's still negligible to make a market impact. In 2020 Grayscale had: - $10 Billion in BTC - $1.7 Billion ETH under management - $74 Million in ETC - $74 Million in LTC - $58 Million BCH https://www.coindesk.com/markets/2020/12/15/grayscale-now-has-13b-in-crypto-assets-under-management/ In 2024 Grayscale has: - ~$50 Billion in BTC is owned by Grayscale and the other ETFs - $9.2 Billion in ETH under management - $315 Million in ETC - $162 Million in BCH - $149 Million in LTC https://www.grayscale.com/crypto-products

ETC will always be better

Mentions:#ETC

#Ethereum Classic Pro-Arguments Below is a Ethereum Classic pro-argument written by etj103007. > **What is Ethereum Classic?** > > Ethereum Classic is the original blockchain of the Ethereum network. After the 2016 DAO hack, users voted to hard fork the chain. The unaltered blockchain came to be known as Ethereum Classic (ETC), while the changed blockchain is now known as the much more popular Ethereum (ETH). > > Due to the users of ETC both using the unaltered blockchain and supporting an immutable blockchain, its users have adopted the slogan “Code is Law”. > > # > > # Pros of Ethereum Classic (ETC) > > **1. It uses PoW** > > With ETC sticking to Proof of Work (PoW) since the beginning, it is no wonder that it has been one of the top coins to mine for many years, most especially for miners with less than 4GB of VRAM. > > To prevent more 51% attacks to happen, its developers have switched its mining algorithm from Ethash to Etchash. This removes the possibility of renting hash power. Its reputation is rock-solid among miners, and it is one contender for migrating ETH miners after the Merge. > > **2. It supports smart contracts and other Dapps** > > Just like its forked brother ETH, ETC supports smart contracts. This allows it to support the same kinds of Dapps as ETH, albeit on a smaller scale and with fewer fees (currently, before the merge at least), > > NFTs are available on ETC as well. For those wanting a secure, PoW platform to build their apps upon, ETC would be the perfect choice for them. > > ​ > > **In conclusion:** > > As the original Ethereum blockchain, users of ETC pride themselves as the “original Ethereum”. Their developers continue to support miners, and keep the network secure with updates. > > With many questions being asked before the inevitable ETH merge, it’s also no wonder why it’s a popular choice for miners, as it can be mined even on older GPUs. Combined with its ability to use smart contracts, it directly competes with its bigger brother ETH in every manner and emerges better in each. > > TLDR: ETC supports miners while doing everything ETH can do. ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_ethereum_classic) to find submissions for other topics.

Mentions:#DAO#ETC#ETH

I have more trust in a fully backed gold ETC by a well supervised reputable entity. A lot could go wrong with blockchain technology in this context. Who controls that the physical gold is really there? BTC is a totally different beast. Its purely digital, its there and you can control it. BTC is much more secure than tokenized gold.

Mentions:#ETC#BTC

#Ethereum Classic Con-Arguments Below is a Ethereum Classic con-argument written by etj103007. > **What is Ethereum Classic?** > > Ethereum Classic is the original blockchain of the Ethereum network. After the 2016 DAO hack, users voted to hard fork the chain. The unaltered blockchain came to be known as Ethereum Classic (ETC), while the changed blockchain is now known as the much more popular Ethereum (ETH). > > Due to the users of ETC both using the unaltered blockchain and supporting an immutable blockchain, its users have adopted the slogan “Code is Law”. > > **1. Ethereum Classic will stay on PoW, and no one knows what will happen to it after the Merge.** > > While this is good for miners, when the inevitable Merge finally happens, Ethereum's (ETH) miners would have to find new crypto to mine. And while there are many prospects, (such as RVN, ERGO, and FIRO) Ethereum Classic (ETC) is yet another possible option for them. After the merge, no one knows what might happen when miners switch over to these PoW cryptos. > > According to an article by messari.io, 97% of miner revenue comes from ETH alone. The current ETH network hash rate stands at almost 1 Ph/s, while ETC is 40x smaller, at a meager 23 Th/s. > > Of course, not all miners will choose to go to ETC, but migration of such size has never been seen before in the history of cryptocurrency. And its effects are also unknown. > > Since ETC is PoW, it is also susceptible to 51% attacks, which have happened several times in the past (such as the 3 attacks in Aug 2019). Protections have been put into place, but it still means waiting for long periods to get enough block confirmations for your transactions. > > **2. It has fewer future prospects than Ethereum** > > Even though ETC does support smart contracts, most apps use ETH instead as its ecosystem is definitively bigger than ETC. **ETH is just much more well-known among users as the 2nd biggest crypto**. > > **In conclusion:** > > Even though most know ETC as "**the original Ethereum**", its forked brother is simply more popular, more secure, and has better prospects. ETH will become a network using less energy too. ETH miners today may transition to ETC, **but its future remains cloudy.** > > **TLDR: Questionable future after ETH merge, fewer prospects than ETH.** ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_ethereum_classic) to find submissions for other topics.

r/BitcoinSee Comment

Hmmm far as i know the preferred drug dealer currency is USD - accepted globally & cant be traced. Dont get me started on insane spending by Canada / USA governments that promote evil inflation that they are supposedly trying to "defeat" Any1 who has experience in wiring "Bank" funds globally knows how manual, expensive and nail biting the experience is. BTC - instantaneous with tracking . Staking will likely evolve as both BTC & ETC are definitely hi Tech --- The USD paper money? -- not so much ...... Cheers

Mentions:#USA#BTC#ETC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Fuck it lets pump ETC

Mentions:#ETC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I’ve had enough of Monero posts to be fair It’s been like a hundred years of the Monero posts, it ain’t gonna happen. Monero isn’t competing with BTC and ETC, its market cap doesn’t even come close.

Mentions:#BTC#ETC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Hmm but mostly all are falling, ETC too

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Welcome to ETC

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Yes, personally I never thought about money or its history or what made money good or how money worked ETC. I mean I would say 99% of people are that way at some point hahaha. Bitcoin made me have to set my pride and ego and thinking I knew it all and read deeper into what it was and money itself I originally thought bitcoin was just some scam nerdy online thing😂 So the third time I heard about it I was like man let me read into this foreal to uncover the “scam” that I thought bitcoin was And the rest was history my brother

Mentions:#ETC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

$ETC definitely

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It works because nobody fucking uses it and there's nothing to do on it. Ghost town with no product, completely pointless network. If you are still talking about Algorand, Cardano, LTC, ETC, XRP, XLM, etc. in 2024 you are the leftest of left curve normies.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Go for meme coins when they have their halving events or equivalents. Worked for me with BCH this past month. Next is BTC and I belive the next is ETC. Risky and somewhat stupid business, but it has been profitable.

Mentions:#BCH#BTC#ETC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

just stack up on ETC and DOGE. an LTC

Mentions:#ETC#DOGE#LTC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

ADA ETC Useless shitcoins that are going nowhere I dont know FUN DODO and YGG but id be suprised if they had a worse outlook than ETC and ADA

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Dump Dodo, FUN, YGG, ETC, and ONE Keep the rest.

r/BitcoinSee Comment

$932 Billion asset manager DWS launches physical Bitcoin ETC in Germany The Xtrackers Galaxy Physical Bitcoin ETC securities were listed on Deutsche Börse today (XXBT euro trading pair, XXBU usd trading pair) https://twitter.com/bitcoinmagazine/status/1775906056868163774?s=46&t=ihVglVXC0BQSbw6j57EoaA

Mentions:#ETC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

We preserved scalability properties while giving our p2p cash many more use cases. Cash is only as good as the stuff you can exchange it for, and DeFi will bring in the stuff. You're entitled to your opinion, of course, but it's not like ETH because it is Bitcoin-tech UTXO architecture that can scale 1000x better than EVM because there's no global state. When you lock up some sats in a contract, with new opcodes the contract can now "see" other bits of the TX it's getting spent in to create semi-automated money flows (someone still has to create and post the TX but it needs no signature - you can delegate the task to anyone). What other PoW non-VC/devtax/premined DeFi L1 chain is there? It's just ETC and BCH, and ETC is EVM so it would suffer the same fate of ETH if it actually got used.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

> Haha Bitconnect was never a cryptocurrency you'd be alone in defending that position. >Controlling what code everyone runs on a decentralized network is not possible you fool. which is what my argument is because THAT would make it centralized.... Remember how above you wanted examples of centralization and I gave you this one and now you're agreeing with me and my position? > Your magical devs who control a cryptocurrency the way Blockstream and BTC Core devs control BTC consensus is the exception rather than the rule. Try and get a BiP passed without Core. Hell There's plenty of BiP that actually improve Bitcoin but because Core dont support have never passed. Silvio Micali's BiP turns Literal waste generated by the system into profit without touching the security model. It would be like if you went to a corn farmer and asked if you could buy the husks from his corn he harvests to turn into ethanol, and instead because of Core they choose to instead Burn the husks instead of profiting more. > And forks like ETC and BCH show what happens when people try to play god with the code. you think ETC exists because someone wanted to play god with the code... yikes. it exists because of the DAO hack. not because someone wanted to change Eth lol. >Because solving the double spend problem is only one of the goals of decentralized cryptocurrency. which doesnt answer the question i put before you. Once again you ignore things when you're clearly wrong.

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

BTC ETH ETC Shiba Floki Sei Dogecoin Dogelon Heroes of Mavia LUNC years.finance

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Agree about BCH ... being the compromised fork of BTC. And ETC would be the same argument. LTC seems fine though albeit not as valuable as BTC.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

to be honest things like filecoin, ETC, and ZCash (and many others lol) dont deserve institutional attention in 2024. But to extrapolate and say that anything other than Bitcoin and ETH will *ever* get institutional attention might be inaccurate. Once viable alternatives to Bitcoin and ETH are actually at the right level, I think institutional money will flow.

Mentions:#ETC#ETH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It has been years and some of cryptos have have major outflows since including ZCash, ETC, Litecoin, Large Cap Fund, and others have been dropped including XRP and EOS.

Mentions:#ETC#XRP#EOS
r/BitcoinSee Comment

ETC? Ewww. It was for the better.

Mentions:#ETC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

It’s true. Was the only option in NY at one point. BTW I did the same as OP except with ETC.

Mentions:#BTW#OP#ETC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Laughs in ETC

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Litecoin, ETC and Eos. All leftovers from the 2017.

Mentions:#ETC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Is CRO still a Cosmos token? I am super unsure what is now CRO or Cronos or CRO ETC20 token or what the hell.

Mentions:#CRO#ETC
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Reddit tokens like $TACO, $CONE, $MOON, $PLUNGER, ETC..

Mentions:#CONE#ETC
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

$ETC

Mentions:#ETC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

ETH forks. If you do not update, you are now on ETC. The chain, ETH, is now a different chain than ETC. ETC and ETH are not the same chain anymore, they are *different.* This is what you came here to disagree with "this is incorrect" 🤓. Reading comprehension lmao. The pot calls the kettle black.

Mentions:#ETH#ETC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

TIL the ETC chain is the same as ETH chain. If you kept mining, you yourself didn’t do anything different. What did change was that it is now a different chain than “ETH”. ETH is a “different chain” than ETC. Once again, you’re the captain of semantics. Like completely misunderstanding or saying dumb shit on purpose.

Mentions:#ETC#ETH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

> Well you’d have to agree, or you’d be booted. If you choose not to update, you are now on a different chain not ETH. See ETC, ETHPOW. This is incorrect. ETC and ETHPoW are continuations of the original chains without implementing the hard forks. If you kept mining without updating your node for the DAO fork, you'd be mining what is now called the ETC chain. > Otherwise you go with the non-EF approved fork that was abandoned by the entire dev team The Ethereum Foundation doesn't do development. Ethereum development is done by many different client teams, such as Geth, Reth, Nethermind, Erigon, Besu,, Prysm, Lighthouse, Teku, Nimbus and Lodestar.

Mentions:#ETH#ETC#DAO
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Well you’d have to agree, or you’d be booted. If you choose not to update, you are now on a different chain not ETH. See ETC, ETHPOW. Ethereum Foundation created the coin and sold it with the promise that it would see continuous development from EF devs. The roadmap itself will take minimum another 30 years to get to their goal. If EF issues an update or fork, you know damn well everyone will follow. Otherwise you go with the non-EF approved fork that was abandoned by the entire dev team and will receive no more updates from them. Bitcoin is just the version with the highest hash rate. If Satoshi was still around guiding forks and developing, you could make the same argument.

Mentions:#ETH#ETC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

No. For example FBTC has to buy bitcoin and HODL as long as you hold shares. Thereby making bitcoin more scarce. There is an article out that showed bitcoin going parabollic in scarcity over the next few months if ETC inflows continue.

Mentions:#HODL#ETC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

lol did you forget about ETC?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

ETC

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Mostly LTC, not a big BCH fan but it will pump nuts just like ETC does sometimes

Mentions:#LTC#BCH#ETC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

how can shit be holy, or holy be shit? unless you think your holiness is shit, if so why do you celebrate dec 25 solistice bigger than any ETC ATH event?

Mentions:#ETC#ATH
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

ETC, LTC, still losing on DOT (16 avg), DOGE, algo (hugeeee 90% loss). I clearly was new hahaha.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

ETC... You forgot LTC and PPC.

Mentions:#ETC#LTC#PPC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The moment you mentioned ALGO ADA XLM and ETC as well established altcoins to convert to you lost all credibility. DOGE is legit a sounder investment than the 2017 coins you listed and this is coming from someone who thinks memecoins are unbelievably stupid and wouldn't touch one with a ten foot pole.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yes convert your BTC to dead coins like ETC, ALGO, ADA… winning strategy

r/BitcoinSee Comment

It is a confidence game. That is a true statement and casinos are fine when you know you're gambling. This is coming from someone who mined over 11 BTC on Slushpool back in the early days 2015. I have a degree in Computer Information Systems -No one gets their paycheck in Bitcoin. Not the common man. No job posted on indeed lists a BTC salary. -No major retailer accepts Bitcoin. Not directly. -I've done more Bitcoin transactions than most people and I don't really use it. -I've Built a Pi Lightning node, CASA, Lightning BTC nodes. Setting up a true lightning node is soooo bad. -I've got younger family members, people you think would naturally be drawn to it, or their school friends, but if I didn't talk about it the conversation wouldn't occur. I've never heard one of them talk about how they bought something in Bitcoin. -There's way more than 21 million. Not theoretically, but in practice. Hear me out. ETF buyers are not self custodian. Neither are many Coinbase users. This allows for large corporations to have very little BTC and operate with MUCH more USD. They operate in the same manner as those that operate in paper gold. If you buy and keep a coin on Coinbase, there is no record of you on the Blockchain. You have to move it off, for them to actually give you a Bitcoin, which most people don't. They don't know how. Nor do ETF users, they dumb dumb. And you're misguided enough to believe there is oversight. Like Alameda Research oversight? Like Celsius oversight? BlockFi? ETC, ETC, ETC. Have fun out there, but realize what you are messing with is the next Game Stop. There is no real value in Bitcoin, unless you live somewhere the Government is extremely oppressive.

Mentions:#BTC#ETF#ETC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Bought 500+ BTC in 10' with a few friends while we were all fucked up rather than going downtown...sold them after it went up 100🤣 little did we know , we'd have all been multi-millionaires had we held on.... Then I didn't buy again until 2016...BTC,eth,LTC, ETC...

Mentions:#BTC#LTC#ETC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Many retail investors who entered the market after the halving pump may lack the technical expertise to navigate decentralized exchanges and invest in micro-cap coins. The typical individual who joined the previous cycle heard about the surges in Bitcoin and Ethereum, leading them to create accounts on platforms like Coinbase, Binance, or Kraken. Starting with Bitcoin, they often venture into "cheaper" coins, explaining the significant pumps in coins like ADA, Link, and ETC before the surge in micro-cap coins. Your approach differs from that of the average retail investor.

Mentions:#ADA#ETC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Do you not know what the point of the miners is? Why they are being paid an amount of bitcoin for the job they do? You should check out ETC or BTG and maybe you'll get why it would be a terrible idea.

Mentions:#ETC#BTG
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Bought BTC and ETC in 2020 and held both until today. Sadly, I needed some liquidity for some family vacations and other expenses and the cash will really help. Still thrilled by the returns. I have no doubt both will climb much higher than this within the next 5 years but due to my situation I needed cash now and couldn’t risk another huge drop in the future coinciding with me needing even more money. Risk vs reward. I like my reward now just fine.

Mentions:#BTC#ETC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It did have a good sprint last cycle. Just after I sold my one ETC.

Mentions:#ETC