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KenshiTech | Bigger than LINK | ~3m cap |

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Solana buy opportunity?

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Solana buy opportunity?

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SOL buying opportunity soon?

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Lithium - Tellurium Disruptive Battery And A Related Rare Metal Company I’ve Discovered as Tellurium Prices Continue To Breakout - First Tellurium Corp. $FTEL on CSE | $FSTTF on OTC - Plus Exciting New Copper Porphyry Mineralization & Insider Buying

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I’ve noticed that some of my posts are shared on r/buttcoin, a sub notably known for anti-crypto sentiment. It reminds me of the audience against the internet in the 90’s; blockchain is far from perfect, but has massive potential that is yet to be realised.

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Ace Token | Ground-breaking altcoin ACEToken bridges the everyday commercial business model with the crypto economy.

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The same people who don't trust Crypto have lost more money trusting the government.

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How I bought my new car with crypto currency, paying loan payments with cyrpto and earning crypto in return?!!???!!!

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consider investing on Libcoin_Token. They raise funds for their Gigafactories and it has introduced their token which is a governance and reward token backed by battery and EV technology.

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Updated source code released for Distributed Charge EV that works with Board A0

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Year over year just seems to be getting worse. I keep telling myself to hold out for a EV. Excited about some of the new ones coming but prices a R1T for fun. 96000. Crazy

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And EV I presume? Which is a large % of cars sold in CA.

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> digital certificates Tezos shills have spammed 3 threads with the same topic so I must again post this warning: Dead or dying projects have been doing this since 2016. Good for hype, taking your money and making investors bagholders forever. You are pretty much hoping these projects pump when Bitcoin pumps. > Department of Homeland Security Awards Austin-Based Factom, Inc. $192k for Blockchain Tech https://www.dhs.gov/science-and-technology/news/2018/06/15/news-release-dhs-awards-austin-based-factom-inc-192k > The South Australian Government will conduct an official election using a blockchain-based voting system (using Horizon State) https://micky.com.au/blockchain-technology-used-by-south-australian-government-to-conduct-election/ > Constellation Network to Provide US Air Force With Blockchain Security for Data Sharing https://www.coindesk.com/business/2021/08/26/constellation-network-to-provide-us-air-force-with-blockchain-security-for-data-sharing/ > Earn Money as you drive.....IOTA partnership with Jaguar and Land Rover https://www.jaguarlandrover.com/news/2019/04/money-earn-you-drive-jaguar-land-rover > DNV GL and VeChain, BYD (largest EV manafacturer in China) have developed a carbon credit application which will be installed in BYD cars https://twitter.com/BYDCompany/status/1037605045309591552

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Great Q from OP! Some of the comments have been helpful ...negativity about young marriage is a reflection on the commentators more than anything. Slowly try to get free from Banks and energy reliance might be fun to try??? I'm currently about 50% net worth in crypto (everyone is different), also grabbing some solar pannels so I can work/play off grid for a bit if needed, plus it can charge my EV as I continue upgrading over the next few years.

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> Yep. This is where it's at Yup, dead or dying projects have been doing this since 2016. Good for hype, taking your money and making investors bagholders forever. You are pretty much hoping these projects pump when Bitcoin pumps. > Department of Homeland Security Awards Austin-Based Factom, Inc. $192k for Blockchain Tech https://www.dhs.gov/science-and-technology/news/2018/06/15/news-release-dhs-awards-austin-based-factom-inc-192k > The South Australian Government will conduct an official election using a blockchain-based voting system (using Horizon State) https://micky.com.au/blockchain-technology-used-by-south-australian-government-to-conduct-election/ > Constellation Network to Provide US Air Force With Blockchain Security for Data Sharing https://www.coindesk.com/business/2021/08/26/constellation-network-to-provide-us-air-force-with-blockchain-security-for-data-sharing/ > Earn Money as you drive.....IOTA partnership with Jaguar and Land Rover https://www.jaguarlandrover.com/news/2019/04/money-earn-you-drive-jaguar-land-rover > DNV GL and VeChain, BYD (largest EV manafacturer in China) have developed a carbon credit application which will be installed in BYD cars https://twitter.com/BYDCompany/status/1037605045309591552

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> I like your shill posting Be careful, plenty of dead or dying projects been claiming real world adoption since 2016. Good for hype, taking your money and making investors bagholders forever. You are pretty much hoping these projects pump when Bitcoin pumps. > Department of Homeland Security Awards Austin-Based Factom, Inc. $192k for Blockchain Tech https://www.dhs.gov/science-and-technology/news/2018/06/15/news-release-dhs-awards-austin-based-factom-inc-192k > The South Australian Government will conduct an official election using a blockchain-based voting system (using Horizon State) https://micky.com.au/blockchain-technology-used-by-south-australian-government-to-conduct-election/ > Constellation Network to Provide US Air Force With Blockchain Security for Data Sharing https://www.coindesk.com/business/2021/08/26/constellation-network-to-provide-us-air-force-with-blockchain-security-for-data-sharing/ > Earn Money as you drive.....IOTA partnership with Jaguar and Land Rover https://www.jaguarlandrover.com/news/2019/04/money-earn-you-drive-jaguar-land-rover > DNV GL and VeChain, BYD (largest EV manafacturer in China) have developed a carbon credit application which will be installed in BYD cars https://twitter.com/BYDCompany/status/1037605045309591552

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The true impediment at this point is storage. It’s easy to drop panels onto the roof of a two or even three story building and cover all its daytime energy use; the issue is nighttime costs. And if we’re getting really serious about “free” energy, then we’re also eliminating heat from fossil fuels so all nighttime heat use would be electric. This is going to require a LOT of battery storage. Sure, I’ve got it in my house, but I’m like one in a thousand consumers or even less. But there are several companies working on leveraging the ability of EV vehicles battery packs as a two way storage system, essentially creating a massive battery storage system overnight (as two way chargers replaced the currently used one way chargers). Another comment did make an excellent point though; that the human race will find ways to use the electric energy if the world is moving towards a point where we are completely awash in it. Shielding technologies in particular use huge amounts of energy, and they’re currently being used in attempts to recreate nuclear fusion. I can see governments with massive amounts of electric energy working towards national shielding defense systems; things completely unachievable at today’s levels of available energy but entirely possible with a hundred times the current availability. Not just against missiles either; as a defense against natural EMP events from solar events. Losing all that energy from such an event would be like, a modern dark ages catalyst. I’m digressing. But my point is more along the lines of, very cheap energy is a lot closer than most people think (and the fossil fuel companies are VERY scared of this).

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I never heard of him before listening to him on the JRE and I was extremely fascinated with the majority of what he had to say. I am pretty read up on solar/EV stuff and I left with the impression that while he is technically mostly correct with this analysis as far as how the situation stands right now in regards to EV and Solar he's missing some key points. ​ First, he doesn't seem to factor in or realize that as renewables continue to scale to a greater portion of overall power generation, the creation of solar and batteries follows a positive feedback loop with each year being more sustainably produced than the next. Next, he seems to ignore any form of recycling into his battery or solar analysis, and argues that these techs will never be able to scale meaningfully because we could never mine enough materials to handle demand even if we wanted to. Lastly, he kind of ignores continual efficiency improvements to both cost and performance of solar and battery. ​ I haven't done a lot of my own research on the utility of solar in higher latitudes or cloudier climates except I have read some articles linked to scientific journals places like phys.org that basically state that solar is still effective on a cost basis pretty much everywhere and at the very least is a great supplement to other renewable generation and/or nuclear for generating clean energy. Obviously, the yield is not going to be as good as a place with more hours of sunshine, but my understanding is that it has reached a point where it is always viable on a cost basis, it just might need to be a smaller portion of the overall power generating mix depending on the area and overall demand. Then, over time you can gain from the compounding cost and efficiency improvements each year where new products are getting better at like 2-5% every year in cost and 2-5% better every year in efficiency. We are debating right now whether or not it makes sense for places like Germany to try to adopt solar on a large scale. If it's even a conversation at this point, the argument only gets more favorable every year for solar as these improvements continue. ​ Fossil fuels are only getting more expensive over time, and the technologies have more or less plateaued in terms of efficiency. Whereas the renewable techs and batteries have a lot of runway left to continue improving on cost and performance along with some inevitable exponential leaps with yet to be discovered disruptive innovations that will occur on the "renewable/green" side. There just simply isn't going to be any further disruptive step-changes in coal or natural gas power generation as it is, overall, a dying technology without a lot of new minds or excitement around it. ​ Lastly, I think what he is also missing is that the recycling thesis is a central part of most of these techs continuing to scale and companies pursuing this. IE Tesla/Elon saying that the average lifespan of cars is \~20 years, and once they get about 20 years down the road from when they are up to large scale annual run rates, eventually Tesla won't need to do much of any raw material procurement for batteries at all for their cars. Instead, they will be able to effectively recycle old battery packs into new ones since the lithium, cobalt, and other raw materials in batteries never get consumed the same way gas or coal or LNG does. Essentially, once you get to a certain critical mass of suitable batteries, you don't really need to mine any more raw materials and can just recycle almost everything into the new units. I think the same is essentially true with solar panels. There is no fuel expended, and the majority of the critical elements can be 100% broken down and recycled into new units at a fraction of the total initial input cost and carbon footprint from mining them from the ground and refining the ore. As it stands right now, a bunch of that material and product is mined, refined, and produced by companies in areas where it is the most cost effective to do so and that is unfortunately the seedy underbelly of the global manufacturing supply chain. ​ I know this went a lot further than addressing your comment, but I got a little carried away writing my takeaways from the podcast, haha. Sorry for the long read!

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EV s are even worse for the environment

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Any crypto offering double digit staking rewards will likely underperform the market if it is not staked. The plus side is that, if a certain percentage of the supply is not staked, then by staking you are getting a +EV return because you are being disproportionately rewarded versus the rest of the chain.

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Same as your EV

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Millions of average people use TukTuk's. A handful of humans you can count on your two hands have gone to space. Your weird comparison is the same as calling the iPhone shit because it's no where near as advanced as some hologram that's still in R&D and has only been used by a few people and that may never actually become a widely viable product for an entire spectrum of reasons. Meanwhile the the entire human race uses mobile phones. Meanwhile, the entire human race may one day be driving EV's.

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Had there ever been an “X Killer” that ever actually did it? I remember hearing every new MMO was the WoW Killer or every new EV as the Tesla Killer.

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You need the tesla cyberpunk pulling a trailer with the Ram on it. The MAGA heads will be happy you own a Ram, the eco warriors will applaud the EV.

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By having a more balanced approach and making sure I trade counter to emotional instincts (ie - fear = accumulate, optimism/fomo = sell or hold). I try to value traditional investing and cash more than crypto. Crypto is a hedge/slingshot, I try to place as much value on it as I would individual stocks, meaning a relatively small slice of total assets. Also, the mentality that there will always be new opportunities. Solid state battery companies, cleaner energy, EV companies, etc. Leaning too heavily on any one industry or sector inevitably creates a very bipolar and fomo/panic sell mentality towards an investment. It's much easier to trade appropriately and mostly hold long term when you have a wide variety of investments, and your primary investment is lower risk index funds and ETFs, and ideally real estate. Because that \~8-9% a year, once it's a large chunk, will pay for all sorts of speculative investing. "Set it and forget it" should be the main approach, or is mine at least, primarily from having a compelling enough rest of my life to be able to completely leave investments on auto-pilot most of the time. Maybe that requires some additional tools like small weekly autobuys, or alert notifications for major price moves that would indicate a need for some sort of partial exit strategy. That's my general approach despite having broad types of investments that I could potentially get into the habit of frequent swing/day trades, and probably get no additional returns on average for much more work and stress

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I’m sorry you have zero reading comprehension skills. Stop trying to tell me about how solana will shutdown. I don’t care about that coin and I buy anything that is a EV+.

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Except it’s easier than gambling. You might want to learn what a EV+ buy is. I’m sorry your tiny brain is preventing you from seeing what a buy opportunity is even if you don’t like the coin

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Your only option is to find the "cheapest" route. Then run your strategy and make sure you're calculating your expected EV per trade + fees and commissions to see if your strategy is profitable. It's honestly good on you for even and cognizant about fees because in the long run that can really make or break someone's strategy.

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just wait when African Force other countries to pay for their resources in Bitcoin. When that day comes, Africa will be able to build a 10,000 square foot 21th century 3D printed luxury smart homes in for only 100,000 Satoshis or you will be able to buy a new luxury EV for 10,000 Satoshis. satoshi's Bitcoin will make Africa great again.

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When the Satoshis Supply shock occurs. The world will start pricing goods and services in Satoshis. When that day comes, we will be able to buy a 10,000 square foot 21th century 3D printed luxury smart homes in Africa and for only 10,000 Satoshis you will be able to buy a new luxury EV for 1,000 Satoshis. And (1) million Satoshis will support A family for generations like one million dollars did back in the 19th century. Let's not forget the true value of Satoshis. "keep on buying and holding you been WARNED"

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>same here, 25, 100.64 coins, acquired most this year. 85% of my net worth. fuck it, i believe it is an EV+ bet and i would be pissed off if it ever gets to 10k+ and i had sold at these prices. Godspeed to this dude.

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Just see how the UK’s “global leader in EV battery tech” efforts are going right now! However, the UK is indisputably “world-beating” in talking utter bollocks.

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just wait when African Force other countries to pay for their resources in Bitcoin. When that day comes, we will be able to buy a 10,000 square foot 21th century 3D printed luxury smart homes in Africa for only 100,000 Satoshis or buy a new luxury EV for 10,000 Satoshis.

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Oil will be relevant for a long time. We are already having issues with the supply of energy for EV vehicles. They can easily manipulate the price of BTC also, not buy printing more, by faking rallies and bull markets. Whales move the price of retail moved the price I honestly believe BTC would be over 100k. 2 trillion left the crypto market in a year.

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When the Satoshis Supply shock occurs The world will start pricing goods and services in Satoshis. When that day comes, we will be able to buy 10,000 square foot 21th century 3D printed luxury smart homes in Africa and Asia for only 10,000 Satoshis or buy a new EV for 1,000 Satoshis. And (1) million Satoshis will support A family for generations like one million dollars did back in the 19th century. Let's not forget the true value of Satoshis. "keep on buying and holding you been WARNED"

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>"the internet was down in this neighborhood so the plugged in cars kept backfeeding into the grid because they couldn't receive the signal to stop and now the local substation is on fire" Can you imagine what Bitcoin miners do, if they lose access to the internet? They stop mining. Good luck with dealing with that amount of excess power that doesn't get used by them although it was planned to. How hard can it be to make a fail safe that stops backfeeding from EV attached to a charger when there's no internet access? The chargers already need an internet access to manage the payments and all. Just have them stop backfeeding in case the internet is gone. Are you really saying that it's harder to stabilize a power grid with batteries attached compared to the decades before when such buffers haven't been available? May I ask what the infrastucture issue with backfeeding power is?

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>would require infrastructure we don't have in place and building it out and maintaining it is less economical than selling more energy locally to miners Well, instead of creating such infrastructure and expanding the grid, electric energy gets turned into head in a fancy way. It's a pity that creating that type of infrastructure isn't considered important. >you can't just backfeed into the grid and expect everything to be OK I don't. But both charging EV and backfeeding from them into the grid could be managed by the chargers they're plugged in. I'm aware that's not how the power grid is working right now. But I don't see why it couldn't be working this way. Attach the EV to the charger. Choose the charging profile, which charges only when it's cheap because of excess electric energy and feeds back when energy is expensive because there's huge demand. Set a minimum charge limit, that needs to be reached/maintained. I'm also aware that this is not how the financial side of electric power supply works, but once again I don't know why EV chargers couldn't work like this.

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I think you touched on it, but to me it’s all about *perspective*. In order not to go greedy and blow the bank roll, one really has to breath in the moment once in a while so to speak, to realize how insanely lucky one is to simply have a family, a home, food on the table, and a job of *any kind*, let alone one that makes a good salary. It’s hard to keep a grasp on perspective when all of a sudden you go from making nothing to essentially having *more money* than you really even can logically use in your once poor persons brain. That silly money though, that’s the capital that if and when you’re lucky or grind yourself to death, you take that money and invest it within a diversified portfolio. —instead of say, buying a brand new 2023 Ford Mustang EV SUV that makes you look like another hipster doof from LA who just rolled across the Texas border.

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Or threatening to buy Twitter because some kid was tweeting your publicly available flight data, then actually having to do it because legal obligations then also tanking your EV car company price and also Twitter causing you to lose billions.

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Ppl are regarded. Leave his parents alone ffs. Parents can only do so much- idgaf what anyone says- the FACT is that when you are an adult it’s your OWN damn fault for being a regard. What’s with late millennials and genZers being such regards. They always blame parents for EV-ER-Y-THING. Anything to take the blame away from themselves and others

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Steam marketplace restricts all items to steam. If you want to trade anything outside of this marketplace for steam goods, you have to go through a sort of middleman. By making the middleman a decentralized system, you remove all trust down to the code. In addition, let's say a developer wants to take advantage of steam goods that aren't theirs. Your software or game must now abide to steam or you have to set up a deal with the other IP owner. If the abstract, like intellectual property, were standardized, anyone can make use of it without the deal brokering process or marketplace restriction. Common arguments against this tech field tend to be infrastructural problems not against the potential utility. Too slow, too expensive to transact, too unsecure, items from 1 system still need assets in the other systems. All problems of an underdeveloped technology. Why would anyone use it, who would put up risk of damaging their IP, there's no incentive. True, but imagine the horse/car/EV. Early automobiles were terrible and had no infrastructure. We see the same with EVs today. It's not currently viable, it has a lot of valid problems, but it does have potential if the problems can be solved.

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Right, but the problem is that the reason why not that much Lithium is used is because on a global scale the percentage of EV cars are tiny (like single digit percentage, if that). If you want EV's to have any actual meaningful impact on the environment, you need a LOT more EVN cars and then you suddenly find that a lot more lithium is needed. Ironically due to the materials needed to create EV cars, the upfront cost in CO2 needed to create these cars is so high that you would need to drive 130+k on green electric energy to offset the cost versus a traditional CO2 car. Furthermore lithium is not renewable, the batteries need to be replace which is unlike a lot of applications of iron (well technically iron does need to be replaced, it just has a much larger timespan). EV cars are needed, but they are a very tiny part of the equation and the attitude to push for EV typically comes from an American mindset of everyone needing their own car. For example by far the biggest impact you can have on the environment is having a public transport system in major cities that a significant proportion of the population uses, EV cars don't even come close to this (even if you account for 100% utilisation self driving EV cars, even if we get there).

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I'm waiting to see how this recession plays out and for lower interest rates. Maybe 2024 and by then the EV9 may be out and can put in an order for one.

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You don’t understand what the word “investing” means then. Crypto is entirely about speculation, hype and market sentiment. There is an opportunity soon for sol whether you like the tech not. I personally don’t care for it but opportunities like this have a very high +EV. I’m just here for money at the end of day

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just wait when Central African Republic Force other countries to pay for their resources in Bitcoin. When that day comes, we will be able to buy a 10,000 square foot 21th century 3D printed luxury smart homes in Africa for only 1000 Satoshis or buy a new EV for 5 Satoshis.

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I personally hold both. Why the heck wouldn't I DCA right now? If this goes tits up, I'm still hedging with REITs and EV/Precious Metal/Tech ETFs.

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I’m not saying it’s not scarce, I’m saying it has limited real world uses compared to some other precious metals. Platinum for example. There is war, slavery, or environmental destruction over any resource worth obtaining. I personally don’t think the use of jewelry is really much of a use. I don’t see the world going to war anytime soon over gold at this point, now it will be for more useful resources that are important for EV, solar panels, etc. I only smoke the finest of herbs in order to accept the current state of reality

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People are free to use the Bitcoin network as they choose, that is the beauty of soft forks. Why do you care what address format someone uses? Not everyone needs to be the on the cutting edge of the latest and greatest utilities. I remember posts like this bemoaning the slow adoption of SegWit as well, and that has slowly but surely increased. People will upgrade when it makes sense for them to do so. Personally I always want to be lagging behind because I want new updates to be out in the wild for awhile before I trust them with any significant amount of money. Let the tinkerers toy with it a bit, maybe even break it. I'm okay with someone else being the guinea pig. To make a comparison, the first mass produced electric vehicle was released in 1996 (GM EV1) and as of 2022 only 6% of new car sales were EVs. That doesn't mean that EV development was wasted, or that people not driving EVs are doing something wrong... just that voluntary adoption of new technology will happen over time as people determine for themselves when and how adopting that new technology makes sense for them.

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When the Satoshis Supply shock occurs: The world will start pricing goods and services in Satoshis. When that day comes, we will be able to buy 10,000 square foot 21th century 3D printed luxury smart homes in Africa and Asia for only 1000 Satoshis or buy a new EV Ferrari for 5 Satoshis. And (1) million Satoshis will support A family for generations like one million dollars did back in the 19th century. Let's not forget the true value of Satoshis. "keep on buying and holding you been WARNED"

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Nah, he's better since "his" smart contract at least works. Say what you want but if you're going to "invest" into shit, then Trump's jpegs are less -EV play than any influencer shit. Let's not forget that swapping the only ultrasound asset in the world for something like the above-mentioned is a single-digit iq decision nonetheless. Like I've been saying again and again: influencers aren't your friend, you're their exit liquidity.

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I can certainly imagine, in a Bitcoin world, where banks exist that certainly can’t just print up more Bitcoin than they have on their books… but they gather small amounts from mom & pop savers, depositing in their 100 sats a month for their retirement. Meanwhile, Mr Banker, who gathers such deposits, lends out a *portion* of his holdings, keeping in check the terms he has been given with said deposits, to say Elon Musk who is tearing it up with his EV vehicles… but now wants to get a loan to build his next giga-factory. I think you have a (perfectly understandable) very negative view of banks, but you can’t imagine a world where they can actually be useful aspects of a working economy based on sound money.

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But I feel the future is all about E-technology though like see the growth of EV's around!

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So… you’re trying to tell me the super stable stock known as TSLA, that is currently down 51.56% in the last three months with multiple other companies catching up/surpassing them EV-wise, etc., is a better investment than BTC/ETH, which are down 13.5% and 13.7% respectively. Please see yourself to the r/wallstreetbets sub post-haste.. jfc..

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Oil is what would come to an end one day it would be better people just set inside their the concept of EV!

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“But: I think it might be time for Alameda Research to shut down. Honestly, it was probably time to do that a year ago.” "[T]he fact that we didn’t hedge as much as we should have alone cost more in EV [expected value] than all the money Alameda has ever made or ever will make.” From the guy who claims he totally had *nothing* to do with running Alameda!

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In history, The first version of a new technology often fails and is replaced by something else which then goes on to become widely used. IE: Benz making the first automobile and Ford making another one mainstream. GM built the first mass produced EV vehicle yet most people credit Tesla for making it mainstream. Also, For your theory to work, Everyone from lower/middle class would have to join together and swear off any currency provided by the government. That means not accepting loans from banks because banks will ALWAYS be in bed with the central bank for obvious reasons. So no houses, cars, small business loans until "they" cave to "you". This all just reaks of a child mindset of trying to save the people from the big bad corrupted government. You can only truely beat them by playing their game. Not grabbing 4 friends and running to a corner and playing your own version. I am with the technology and I love the overall spirit of wanting to rise against corruption. I just believe there are other battlefronts in that fight that are much more fruitful than Bitcoin adoption.

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Jim Cramer trying to explain Crypto or blockchain to folks is like Michael Scott explaining EV’s to Elon. Saw him try it again today….he’s awful.

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>> bitcoin actually helps save energy >You fundamentally misunderstand. We don't need to save energy and this is not what bitcoin does. Bitcoin helps to produce more energy affordably, efficiently and sustainably and critically reduce energy waste. There's plenty of energy to be harnessed but it's not economically viable without natural, direct cost subsidies and flexible, location agnostic solutions. These properties are unique to bitcoin. Okay, good point. I guess I was doing a bit of a straw man argument. But, we do need to save energy. A major part of reducing climate impact is reducing energy usage. Producing sustainable energy is important, but so is reduction in usage. I also take issue with bitcoin "reducing energy waste." **Bitcoin mining uses electricity to create something (decentralized, trust-less, secure, censorship-resistant currency) that could easily be produced using much less energy through proof of stake. This is a waste of energy.** You're saying that it's using energy that would be wasted anyway, but I'm saying that if someone wanted to make an investment to reduce their wasted energy, there are better options than investing in bitcoin mining hardware. > What solution is a flexible, location agnostic energy consumer of last resort that directly subsidizes energy costs, mitigate methane emissions, expand renewable infrastructure, monetize curtailment, stabilize grids, provide energy access to remote places and allow us to scale sustainable energy production? There is no single solution, but there are solutions better than bitcoin for most of these problems * "location agnostic energy consumer of last resort that directly subsidizes energy costs" - Why does it need to be location agnostic, or consume energy? Energy storage would be a better goal, and there are many ways to do this. In a mountainous location, pumped hydro is an extremely efficient way to store energy. In other locations, batteries may be better. Maybe even distributed batteries (using personal EV's). Or, thermal energy storage. There may be situations when none of these work, where it may be better to use bitcoin mining instead of completely wasting energy. But, my point is that in most situations, there are better solutions. * "mitigate methane emissions" - There are lots of methods for this. The major source of methane emissions is leakage from pipelines. Technology for detection and repair of these leaks is the ongoing solution. Or, we just transition from natural gas to electricity in residential buildings, like [California](https://www.reuters.com/legal/litigation/new-california-rules-move-state-away-natural-gas-new-buildings-2021-08-11/), to reduce leakage from consumer appliances. Other methane sources, like agriculture and landfill gas, have their own strategies like processing gas to inject into pipelines. For the small fraction of methane emissions from remote areas, sure - using that methane to generate electricity and mine bitcoin isn't any worse better than flaring that methane. * "expand renewable infrastructure" - Sane price structures. If we had a carbon tax to account for the externalities of CO2, then renewables would be far cheaper than fossil fuel-derived energy and would expand. * "monetize curtailment, stabilize grids," - Again, energy storage is a better solution except for remote, disconnected power grids. * "provide energy access to remote places" - Okay, I'll give you this one. As I'm going through your list, I see that my solutions don't work well in remote places. If the electricity generator isn't connected to a large grid and doesn't have access to pumped hydro, then a satellite-internet connected bitcoin miner would reduce costs. But, in this situation, the generator would need to be large enough to supply enough power even when output is low (cloudy day for solar, still day for wind). So, you'd need a more expensive generator. Maybe it would be more cost effective to buy a smaller solar/wind installation, and deal with the variability through energy storage. * " allow us to scale sustainable energy production" - The issue with wind/solar energy is its variability. This can be solved with energy storage facilities. The other issue is cost, which would be solved if governments imposed a carbon pricing scheme, or at least removed the subsidies that exist for fossil fuel extraction. I didn't read the Arcane report because I don't want to give my email address to some company I've never heard of. I read your linked post from r/Bitcoin: * Your first example is about a hydro plant that found it more profitable to mine bitcoin than to sell electricity. How does that help reduce greenhouse gases if that hydro plant isn't reducing production from fossil fuel plants? This is a very special case, where the antique hydro plant is incompatible with grid electricity because it operates at the wrong frequency. Maybe the world would be a better place if that hydro plant was upgraded to generate power at 60 Hz to sell to the grid, or if it was destroyed to improve the local habitat. Bitcoin mining is just keeping an otherwise useless hydro plant operational to generate bitcoin. * **Methane examples**. I concede that in remote places with no electricity grid, bitcoin mining makes financial sense. But, if we accurately priced carbon emissions in this country, then natural gas wouldn't be dirt cheap, and it would be cost effective to transport that gas to a pipeline where it can be used. Also, why would I be happy that bitcoin mining is making it cheaper for companies to drill for oil? I want that oil drilling to be *more* expensive, so that we could shift to renewables. Regarding the landfill gas, again a better solution is to use that gas in our pipelines. If gas was more expensive due to a carbon tax, then this processing and use would be profitable. As it is, bitcoin mining may save the landfill money, but it's no better for then environment than flaring - both burn the methane to release CO2. * You have an example about Texas. Well, the Texas electricity grid was less stable than every other US state. So, did bitcoin mining help? Energy storage would be more helpful, or just thoughtful planning and regulation. * Your last example is about heat from mining. From my last post, you can get more heat from a heat pump than from mining using the same electricity. Maybe mining is cheaper, but a heat pump will use less electricity.

Mentions:#EV#CO

You’re discounting the pleasure of false hope and if we’re talking 0-1 odds of making it super rich the lottos still make sense on a small scale (even if negative EV)

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Make sure to buy an EV and save the world!

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Current offer is: 10% back on gas at the pump and EV charging On up to $200 in spend per month for a year 3% back on dining 2% back on groceries 1% back on everything else I'm a rideshare driver so the gas got me, plus i'll use Gemini to buy some Bitcoin outright here and there.

Mentions:#EV

EV.IO is a pretty dope play to earn game

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Tesla a down hugely this year. Musk is making a public clown of himself at Twitter, undermining confidence in his management ability at Tesla. Politicizing his brand is costing him lots of future market share in the US. Meanwhile Tesla just ranked 19th -- near the bottom -- in reliability among major car brands on the new Consumer Reports annual survey. And companies that actually know how to make and market cars are passing Tesla by in technology and capacity. How Tesla stock could be valued more than Toyota or GM is a mystery to everyone in automotive journalism. It's clearly extremely overvalued unless you believe they will completely dominate the global EV market in a decade, which lol.

Mentions:#GM#EV
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Yeah but cars all drive on the same road types using the same thing: round circles of rubber. Them using their own messaging standard while the rest of the world has an actual standard is like them using skis to drive on the sidewalk. Sort of like Tesla EV chargers. Or iPhone chargers, since we're talking about Apple. Proprietary versions that still exist even though there's a standard used across the rest of the industry.

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Yes the coming UBI via the new CBDC Quantum Financial System will be nice to a degree. However, UBI will be sectional usage. Meaning some will only be able to buy certain foods and nothing else. Others will be able to buy clothing and food. Others might be able to buy an actual EV vehicle! So that hypothetical $2,000 can't be used to purchase just anything, only certain things. Here's an example of how we designed this: Let's say you try to order a cheeseburger, fry and a large soda from doordash. However the app stops you and reminds you that your cholesterol levels are already to high via the app detection of you ordering frequency and the registered cholesterol levels in the food. This is one method example. Another would be your last doctor visit detected your cholesterol levels through the roof. Your medical info will be linked to your UBI. Because we don't want to waste medical resources on poor health choices of others. I think you get the jest of it! However all of that being said. If you choose to get chip which will be optional at first, you'll get $4,000! Just an idea to think about when it comes. Be not afraid! Allow me to show you a trick to this. You will have to seek to serve in order to buy what you really want via the UBI! If that makes any sense at all. Quantum Initiative Act, - H.R.6227 - National Quantum Initiative Act

Mentions:#UBI#EV
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Dense on purpose? Canada is mostly hydroelectricity. Wind, Solat, Nuclear is a bigger % every year, everywhere. That's ignoring the fact that coal and oil plants are multiple times more efficient than a car. It's not a moot point. EV is already much better for the environment and will only become exponentially more so.

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Generate your individually designed Vouchers.. the toothfairy could leave lots of notes here :P https://youtu.be/c5EV9UNgVqk

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When you know fuck about shit, the reason why crypto is a shitshow because everyone too focused on the fiat value. It would be like me buying an EV in hopes that In a month i could sell it for two ICE cars.

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Appreciate the reply my dude! And yes, we have a few other use cases as well but didn't want to bloat this post. Immersion fluids for Data Centers and EV batteries for those curious.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Yes the coming UBI via the new Quantum Financial System will be nice to a degree. However, UBI will be sectional usage. Meaning some will only be able to buy certain foods and nothing else. Others will be able to buy clothing and food. Others might be able to buy an actual EV vehicle. So that hypothetical $2,000 can't be used to purchase just anything! Only certain things. I think you get the jest of it. Allow me to show you a trick to this. You will have to seek to serve in order to buy what you really want via the UBI! If that makes any sense at all.

Mentions:#UBI#EV
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Yeah, I'm not sure what that proves. I read a lot of her writing and listened to her interviews. She thought a lot of crypto were scams but there were some good projects and legit applications. She saw most of crypto and defi as ponzis and speculatory bubbles which is accurate. The issue is that she had a high tolerance for risk. I think she was fine throwing out ethics of the EV of a trade was good. She'd risk everyone's money if she felt like she had high odds of a good trade. The issue is that eventually that'll blow up in your face. But they seemed to think they needed all the money to fix the world's problems (they said). And that risking some billions to dominate the crypto industry was probably an easy gamble for them.

Mentions:#EV
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I also use them for the debit card, but with no more 4% back, there isn't much reason for me to stick around. Glad I just got a Gemini card- unlimited 3% back on dining, 2% on groceries, 1% on everything else, and a promo 10% back on gas or EV charging up to $200. Plus Gemini is a credit card & they gave me a pretty generous limit.

Mentions:#EV
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Comparing a PoW coins energy consumption to a PoS coins consumption is like comparing emissions on an EV and an ICE vehicle. One will obviously be a lot better in that aspect but the other will have other benefits overall.

Mentions:#EV#ICE
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Sorry, I just think "shitcoin" means something different, a project with no legitimacy. A lot of these projects have great EV imo, you just need to manage risk properly.

Mentions:#EV
r/BitcoinSee Comment

lump sum = higher expected value, higher variance DCA (averaging) = lower variance, lower expected value The two main questions you have to ask yourself: can you stomach a drop down 10%, 20%, 30% or something like that the day after you bought? And are you comfortable with holding such a large sum in bitcoin in the first place (meaning, have you got a hardware wallet, have you done a proper backup, did you test your backup, do you know what to do if your device bricks, do you understand what a seed phrase is etc etc). If the answer to both question is a yes, then you might consider lump sum. Either way, it doesn't matter that much either. One argument in favour of DCA beyond pure EV is that it gives you a bit of time to get accustomed to bitcoin storage/transactions before jumping in with larger amounts. This is all under assumption that you can stomach losing all your money completely and your life will still be fine. Don't invest what you cannot afford to lose and all that.

Mentions:#EV
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Says the guy who's EV was bankrolled by a bailout from the Democrats. Don't forget to say thanks to Obama, Elon!

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I would love to see existing platforms adopt Web3 instead of Web3 needing to reinvent the wheel. There’s already infrastructure and rails in place for the train to travel. . . But I also understand it’s more complicated than this and that traditional platforms like Steam are pretty opposed to Web3 and crypto based games as of now. However, you can’t stop that forever. All it takes is one disruption for competitors to adapt. Nobody thought EVs were worth caring about until Tesla came along and said, “we’re here. Make EVs or die out like dinosaurs” and now every major automaker has an EV they’re majorly marketing

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I agree with substantial salary increases to reduce EV of them doing under the table shit for money.

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I heard they also announced their first EV I think it's called Circuit EV I don't remember it's name but ya, it kida sounds very strange atleast in videos I've seen lol.

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Gold and silver are easily verified as real, you can test with a magnet or just ping test there is apps available now that actually confirm the harmonics and then you can also verify by testing weight and size. It’s impossible for counterfeit coins to pass these tests as precious metals have atomic weights unique to each element. Gold and silver have been used as currency for thousands of years for this very reason. Gold is actually close to 20x rarer then silver in regards to mining yields however silver has far more industrial use been the most conductive and also most reflective naturally occurring element. Nearly every electronic device on the face of the planet will have some silver contained within the circuit board and/or conductors. Solar panels, Battery’s, EV’s, phones basically anything that requires a conductive path capable of high amperage all rely on Silver and as we sit there is no alternative available. In years gone gold was also used but due to the ever increasing price due to higher cost of mining and diminishing yields as we exhaust the supply, has now become a store of value that has proven in the last couple of years to perform better then nearly every other asset class.

Mentions:#EV
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I have a Tesla and my liberal state offers electric incentives called EV charging rates. It also helps I’m in the south. My plan is to Daisy chain Tesla batteries to upscale solar operation. The catch is it’s peak vs off peak. Off peak is 19¢ so I have them on a raspberry pi to turn off and switch to generator or battery power. Solar is about scaling stored energy.

Mentions:#EV
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I agree that people should understand the risks, do some due diligence, and generally at least understand the basics of what they're buying (difference between BTC and ETH, in your example, or the general overall ratings given to different electricians). Even then, it won't always turn up anything. FTX was generally well-regarded before it collapsed. The less expensive electrician may install a Leviton 14-50 outlet instead of the more expensive Hubbell outlet for EV charger use, but many people wouldn't rate them poorly because the issue would take a few years to show up. (Leviton 14-50R outlets are known for not holding up well for EV charger use, by the way.)

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The combination of silver price suppression (silver futures trading at ratios of 300+ paper oz for every 1 physical oz) and growing demand for EV/Solar in upcoming years makes a very compelling case.

Mentions:#EV
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The real truth is Cramer is essentially a random generator and his picks don't have EV either way, which makes sense this kind of predicting may not even be possible. You can cherry pick the good predictions or the bad ones or whatever but it's all just noise there's no signal here.

Mentions:#EV
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So you have 5-10% of your money sitting there doing nothing as a free 0 interest loan to your broker. I am extremely skeptical this strategy has any EV.

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In what way seriously? You know that EVs existed before Tesla right? That it was China that developed cheap EVs. That there is actually no conspiracy by western car OEMs they were just too expensive to sell. It's actually CHEAPER* and more profitable to make an EV than a ICE car. The problem has ALWAYS been battery costs. That there WAS actually a real conspiracy between LG, Panasonic, Samsung, etc to price fix costs to US OEMs. That on top of that there were NMC and LFP patent/commercialization costs that nobody wanted to pay for (or steal) except China. That Tesla survived this by having a ton of private and public money poured into it including from car OEMs, that it was never him against the the world but him against being profitable under western conditions. That it's valuation growth is no different than that of other Chinese EV players like CATL. That batteries costs were always expected to come down in costs. Some OEMs like Toyota did screw up but the vast majority the major gatekeeping was battery cost. There are other innovations you can give credit towards but all of them are nothing novel and simply don't work yet as advertised

Mentions:#EV#ICE#NMC
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It's kind of sad to see elon ruining the brand of Tesla. I mean why build an EV company then piss off progressives who would be more likely to be into EV due to environmental concerns.

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Picking up pennies in front of the steamroller isn't "smart". Just because you're successful a handful of times doesn't mean that it is EV+ strategy. You are also dealing with custody risk and sovereign default risk while you hold fiat to short bitcoin. In this environment we can all agree that those risks are **non zero**. Works until it doesn't.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yeah right? Musk did nothing for EV cars or improved payload delivery to space. If he messes up Twitter as well he will be the source for increased adoption of crypto worldwide.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I would take a Kia EV6 over a tesla model 3 tho

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No, sorry. If anything, it's way too early to call it. It's barely been a week. If Twitter is still a failure in a year from now, you'll be right. Plus, the man launched a rocket company, and innovated the entire space. He also build a succesful EV company. Two industries which were virtually impossible to break into. People want him to fail, because he's always gone against the grain. It's a never ending story.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

WAKANDA FOR EV-- Oh i'm sorry, got too hyped.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

So borrowing becomes harder lol. I've never been the borrowing type and my industry is tied to the EV revolution. This shit show is getting boring as f*ck. When is Putin gonna drop that nuke on his own head to liven things up?

Mentions:#EV
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

If you listen to him and Erik Voorhees on Bankless, it sounds like SBF is too willing to "bend the knee" to regulators even though they don't necessaily understand what they're slapping regulations on. EV is a crypto OG and articulates this point very well.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Long term so would either put into BTC or transfer over to some ETFs and tech/EV stocks.

Mentions:#BTC#EV
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I think this is added value to Doge. Very much like a stock market where something happens and it adds value. Think about when a company wants to purchase another company's EV or something to that effect. Twitter will use Doge and give it mainstream attention on a significant platform. That's the new value it never had and more than just a buy the rumor it's attention and value that will give it a real shot as a currency.

Mentions:#EV
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

1st EV only car company & a rocket company. Taking small risks is NOT Elons' way.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

They didn't even have the rights the name Tesla until Elon came along. It would still be a niche EV hobby car without Elon and Straubel. I actually am not sure if Eberhard and Tarpenning contributed *anything* to the company except the initial incorporation.

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Tesla will make 10's of billions of dollars from car sales alone $10k income per EV sold \* 10M \* 50 P/E = $5T market cap you'd be silly to think Tesla should be valued the way GM or Ford is with their terrible crappy business model and subpar, ancient product

Mentions:#EV#GM
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oh you mean those subsidies that are available to literally any car company on the planet? well that explains why GM and Ford are doing so well in the EV segment

Mentions:#GM#EV
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I know this isnt the one answer to this but i feel like all of crypto except for Bitcoin and Eth should go away. I look at them like this: You have people who drive gasoline vehicles and diesel vehicles. Bitcoin can be compared to gasoline vehicles and Eth can be compared to diesel. Bitcoin is for the majority of people who just want to get where they're going whether its slow or fast. Most people drive Bitcoin Eth on the other hand is diesel. It creates the torque and foundation for hard work and success. Eth used to dominate the fuel mileage market until things got way busy. Its got the power to keep on going but now its faced with needing to improve because of the massive energy needed to keep going. Now its evolved into EV powered vehicles. Eth has so many possibilities that everyone has been building off of and instead of creating new investments, focus on making eth faster, cheaper and more available for adoption. Bitcoin will still be around for probably forever. Its the OG and will likely stay there. But Eth in my opinion will pave the future in the years to come.

Mentions:#EV
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I suggested my girlfriend buy some stock in Chargepoint, which is the largest EV charging company in North America. I explained it’s a long play as the push for EVs and the infrastructure required will see long term gains. Every day she asks me why it’s down 11 cents. Every day ‘when moon’ I regret everything.

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If I had a random 5k to put into something I’ll put into a stock maybe a EV company like chargepoint

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>EV6 The 2022 look pretty sleek. I am watching auto prices at the moment and I think there will be a 15-25% correction there as well.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm doing a lot of driving right now. So something decent on gas, or hybrid that won't break my bank account. It's really just something functional I need. I was looking at the EV6 before I had no trade in value 😭

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Dude just buy an EV and work online without electricity🇪🇺💶

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Not at all! You see, we avoided this by putting the target at 5%. ​ But yes, while this kind of EV calc is useful in someways, it makes assumptions that are pretty bold.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Cool chart. Two issues. (1) 5% of global assets, is this just a best case scenario ceiling? How did the author arrive at 5%? (2) using EV = (x times 10%) + (0 times 90%) will always give you a nonzero sum if bull sentiment is > $0. Not that I disagree with the future of Bitcoin, I’d just like to know more about the source(s) for this chart.

Mentions:#EV
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Your calculations are wrong EV would be the Win*% + Loss*%. You haven’t factored in how much you’ve put into the asset and expect to lose. Take a round number of 20k. It would be 190k*.1 + -20k*.90 = +1k Buying at the price of 20k a BTC. Also 5% seems waaaaayyyy too high. Look how big the total real estate market is https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/real-estate-global-market-report-2022-301500890.html Just ~3.4T. So BTC 15x higher than that? I’m for BTC but those estimates and the math is very off

Mentions:#EV#BTC
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I threw some blings in EV company stock exactly during March-April 2020. It went up 15x and I kicked my own butt not purchasing enough. NIO was my best bet. There were fear of NIO going bankrupt where I took a small chance. Went from 4.x to 60x in less than year.

Mentions:#EV#NIO