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During the next bull-run we need to tell people something besides "Have fun staying poor." It is a smug & somewhat toxic and very juvenile message that turns people off to the idea of having any conversation with people about Bitcoin.

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Bitcoin now accepted at 60,000 EV charging stations across Europe

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24,000 EV charging stations across Europe accept bitcoin over Lightning

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Tesla’s diamond hands: EV maker's Bitcoin holdings see no change in Q2

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Tesla’s diamond hands: EV maker's Bitcoin holdings see no change in Q2

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EV charging with bitcoin. No personal information, no credit cards, non-custodial

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The higher the risk, the greater the return — Are you sure? I disagree. I believe this is a misconception. Check why and give your opinion in the comments.

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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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I was nodding along until used EV and I realized you no smart.

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> I'd also argue that until we can find a way to source the large amounts of materials necessary for EV batteries in an ethical manner, The ethics of extracting petroleum is at least as bad as that for EV battery materials. And more and more of the EV battery materials will be recycled from old cars. Petroleum is burned.

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I agree, was going to comment with saying I agree with some of his statement but exclusively disagree with the EV. That ev is a down payment on a real investment on its own. Ev is worst investment you can make. No resale value. Battery replacement garenteed in time. Buy a decent cheap car cash maintenance and gas is still going to be extremely cheaper then a EV tag price. 7 years later your car is still running on nickle and dime maintenance unlike the EV that needs another several thousand invested into it for a battery typically in this duration. Ps I also had 2 civic coupe manuals. I paid 1000$ for the 07 nearly mint it got tboned after 5 years of owning it. Then I bought a 06 $1200 great shape still running to this day. Id rather feed my Honda 30$ a month then pay a third the price of a nice home for a EV doesn't seem cost effective to the point hes stating.

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Batteries blow, less likely an entire engine fails completely then a battery for an EV

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I own a 2016 Honda Civic that gets up to 41mpg highway, and my dash shows my average mpg at 31.9mpg. I’m comfortable with that right now, and haven’t considered a hybrid or EV because replacing batteries sounds like a nightmare.

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EV batteries these days are likely to last longer than the rest of the car.

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People have no idea about the longevity of EV’s. Not a great investment until we further improve them

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Yep EV's are junk, we're not ready to rely on 100% on batteries. Too many cars are junk because the battery fails. I think solar seems legit, if I had an excess amount of money and a home I was planning to stay in I'd probably get it too. I'd probably also buy or finance a rental house with 2 apartments I can rent for another form of future income. I'd definitely buy more crypto in the bear market and make a killing next cycle though.

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I think this is good advice, but I'd argue a hybrid is more practical than a full EV, especially plugin versions. A plugin hybrid is basically an EV if you're just making short trips around your local area, but also capable of long trips without needing to recharge. Also, they still work as just regular cars if there is some issue with the battery or electrical drive system. I'd also argue that until we can find a way to source the large amounts of materials necessary for EV batteries in an ethical manner, PHEVs are the more sensible and morally responsible use of the battery materials we do use.

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Im on team early 2000s honda civic over a used EV

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So now liberals are against EV Tesla, and crypto? Wtf is wrong with y’all?

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And that would be Lam-bo an ugly Chinese EV.

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Not really sure tbh. Just make as much money as possible really. I get that going balls deep in BTC for the next 5 years or so is probably the better EV play, but l am not sure l could stomach it if things went south. Although there isn't really any reason that would happen.

Mentions:#BTC#EV

That's your opinion. If you DCA into BTC, over time you could have random emergencies and liquidate some of your BTC to deal with those emergencies. What is the EV differential (between that scenario and holding fiat)? It's not hard to see that you will be in a better position holding BTC.

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I'm not stupid with my finances. USD decreases in value. BTC increases. If you pick a random time period, the EV is that it's better to store your emergency fund in BTC. The only caveat to this is if you're near broke already, in which case you have no business holding BTC anyway.

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> If you actually look for it, there is a ton of development on Algorand behind the scenes. It's 2024 and you are still falling for bullshit shitcoin hype? Did you not learn from the countless shitcoins with shitcoin hype, bullshit partnerships and scam use cases to that lured fools to buy their token and while coin value flushed down the toilet? > IBM ipartnering with Stellar to build the World Wire on the Stellar Network for open source financial services network https://www.signifytechnology.com/blog/2018/07/ibm-to-use-str-coin-on-stellar-blockchain > Cardano is going to digitize identification in Africa and IOHK is helping trace Ethiopian coffee beans through the supply chain. https://www.coindesk.com/markets/2021/04/30/cardano-in-africa-inside-iohks-ethiopia-blockchain-deal/ > IOTA's partnership with Volkswagen, Jaguar, Bosch, tracking data and earning while you drive. https://www.jaguarlandrover.com/news/2019/04/money-earn-you-drive-jaguar-land-rover > Vechain partnered with countless companies including Walmart and BYD (largest EV manafacturer in China) with supply chain and carbon tracking memes. https://twitter.com/BYDCompany/status/1037605045309591552 > ICON had a partnership with Samsung and a ton of other companies. https://globalcoinreport.com/icon-icx-partners-up-with-samsung-thanks-to-chain-id/ > Constellation Network to Provide US Air Force With Blockchain Security https://www.coindesk.com/business/2021/08/26/constellation-network-to-provide-us-air-force-with-blockchain-security-for-data-sharing/ > Factom partnership with the US Department of Homeland Security for immutable data ledger on multiple blockchains. https://www.dhs.gov/science-and-technology/news/2018/06/15/news-release-dhs-awards-austin-based-factom-inc-192k > The South Australian Government conducting 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/

Mentions:#IOTA#EV#ICON

Ridiculous comments… I’m guessing you think EV car batteries turn to compost . Don’t be an idiot. Fiat banks have an exponentially bigger footprint than BTC. Read a book .

Mentions:#EV#BTC

They could, but Zypto is already doing it. Think about Tesla. They came on the market offering EVs, which could have been done long before by any of the dozens of legacy automakers, but they were slow to adapt. Tesla captured so much prominence and market share that they became a dominant force in the market quickly. And I believe the crypto market has much larger potential than the EV market. Also, there is a lot of room out there for several big players in this sector and Zypto is forging ahead. They will definitely be one of those players. Also is the advantage of being an ERC20 token. When BTC and ETH inevitably go up much higher, Zypto will get a boost from ETH on top of all of the clients they are adding on a weekly basis. Zypto may or may not become the largest company of it's kind, but regardless it has a LOT of growth potential.

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Yesterday a private early stage solar EV company I am invested in a little bit announced they will take cryptocurrencies from investors. I was like oh that's cool, Bitcoin (and cryptocurrencies in general) making another small use case step. Then I went to the subreddit for the company and there were a couple posts about it slamming the company for this move, and all the comments in both threads were calling cryptocurrencies a scam and saying this is proof the company is dead. We are so early. It's gonna be a long hard grind, convincing most people that Bitcoin is the opposite of a scam. It'll probably take a couple decades, but society will get there eventually. By that time, people who didn't even start buying Bitcoin until the mid-2020s (now or anytime soon) are gonna realize they got in very early in Bitcoin's adoption. For every one new person who learns about Bitcoin there are probably 50-100 people who think it is a complete scam. Challenge is going to be to educate the majority out of their stubborn misinformed beliefs.

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Could hurt productivity at all levels. Businesses take on debt to expand. Think Apple. Apple takes on debt for new products (eg EV that was a bust). If the risk of the debt was too great companies might not expand. It’d be better to keep BTC on the reserves than spend it to expand. BTC helps though that can afford to not spend it but hurts people and businesses that need to take on debt.

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Las Vegas is a very hot and tricky spot to get good electricity rates. I found a few tricks, business buildings have different elect rates; I utilize this. When I mine at “home” with over 600 amps worth of juice, I typically do so with an EV incentive from the state where elect rates are cheaper 9/12 months of the year. (The other 3 months, we simply don’t mine at “home”). Additionally, I found incredibly cheap electricity with Dixie Power in St George Utah! If you’re able to set up shop there, I’d high recommend it.

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Don't forget to claim the rewards on your taxes, it is considered income. Also, the EV benefits are also awesome as there are not many cards that do that.

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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 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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Bitcoin subsidises energy for its people, which is why they've gone towards EV's in such a big way. China does it too to the same effect. That's why they don't like bitcoin mining. They view it correctly as using taxpayer dollars to subsidise bitcoin mining companies. The US, on the other hand, has almost no energy subsidies. Now that they're well on the way to phasing in renewables, they'll likely eventually have the cheapest energy in the world without them. And that's great for bitcoin.

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Tesla is an AI play; not just EV’s.

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Nah, just Bitcoin. Gas cars are plenty fine. I'd like to buy an EV, but I'm not exactly keen on doing the research yet into the pros or cons of the tech, so I'll keep driving on. Your solar flare is going to knock out the EVs, so you might be better served getting a bicycle. It's good for cardio, as you'll need it to plant your crops in time for the harvest, where you present them to the local warlord after they ritualistically sacrifice one of your people to appease their bloodlust.

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Lol, that’s not at all what we’re saying. Learn how expected value (EV) works. Sure, holding long term is still “gambling” in the sense there is an element of chance. But considering the 200 week moving average has *never* gone down, and adoption is only increasing, the chance of BTC’s value decreasing over the long term is extremely low. It’s a highly +EV decision to buy and hold and doesn’t require any special skills or knowledge. The edges for trading short term are small even for experienced traders. When a novice tries to day trade Bitcoin, they’re almost certainly making -EV decisions even if a couple of trades do work out due to positive variance. Over a higher sample size they almost always end up losing.

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Don’t get married to alts and their supposed utility. Regardless of what Amp can and can’t do, it’ll get fucked if BTC goes to $20k again or a black swan event happens. I’ve held hundreds of alts since 2017, most of which I don’t really know what they do and don’t care. I buy them because they are or might trend and try to use bankroll management to take profit at reasonable levels. BTC/ETH is likely to be the most sold +EV long term play

Mentions:#BTC#ETH#EV

Tezos projects with real world use Werenode - an EV charging network with 450,000 charging stations across Europe. California Department of Motor Vehicles uses Tezos. Smartlink - web3 marketplace. Tezos has Etherlink and new dapps are in the making now https://x.com/nico_st_29/status/1796150512124875104?s=46&t=GXOW7Hx3cIJEwlWx9HumAA - Etherlink solves sandwich attacks https://x.com/s4mmyeth/status/1755563362166137100?s=46&t=GXOW7Hx3cIJEwlWx9HumAA and Etherlink is an actually decentralised Layer 2 EVM (Ethereum-style) network that's faster and cheaper than existing networks, doesn't require an L2 token. Because it supports solidity there could be a big increase in dapps coming to Tezos. Tezos is about to have a major upgrade next week which will introduce adaptive inflation, increase the % of staked tezos (reducing sell supply) and reduce block time to 10 seconds. https://x.com/tezberrypie/status/1792586081214333177?s=46&t=GXOW7Hx3cIJEwlWx9HumAA Here's a video explaining why Tezos: https://x.com/coindesk/status/1621245220850487298?s=46&t=GXOW7Hx3cIJEwlWx9HumAA

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

cost to mine vs EV would be the ideal metric for comparison

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I agree for the most part. I wanted to know if the memecoins enjoyers know how to calculate an EV tho lol

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Sounds like running it up at the table and losing it in the pits on the way out of a casino. Hopefully you still have some earning years on the horizon. Crypto was definitely big in the poker community back then, though I doubt 5% of the people engaging with it then and there actualized any significant returns. We will always hear of the few who hit it big, by some chance of pure luck or conviction, and wonder, "what if?" Such is the nature of comparison. I know I was using those funds to play and largely unconcerned with the price as it was treated as an uncensored medium of exchange. Transaction costs were a fraction of what they are now - so the concept of a digital cash was actually being utilized, with gas fees being a fixed tax on every on-chain transaction. Running a full node for Bitcoin core on my home PC probably saved me the headache and temptation to outsmart the markets by using intermediary trading platforms. Sounds like you had a high risk of Ruin in your margin trading. Were you calculating EV at the table and throwing BR management to the wind on trades? Were smaller markets being easily manipulated to liquidate traders? How much leverage are we talking, and curious what your risk profile looks like today.

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Are you kidding? Sure he had a heard start but nearly every automaker has now entered the EV space (especially in China) and they’re eating Tesla’s lunch. That’s why Elon is executing panic layoffs. He was caught flat footed. “We’re not an auto company we’re an AI company now.”

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Idk man, if pushing a nascent EV industry to become one of the most popular cars in America (and globally) was easy and just marketing and investments, why haven't other companies done it? Why haven't the big 3 automakers done what Tesla has done? Elon is a tool, 100%. But he had a vision, he gathered the right people, he convinced the investors to give up their cash, and he made it happen. If there were 100 other companies out there doing what Tesla did, I'd say sure, Elon isn't anything special. But there aren't, so he is. Again - definitely a tool. But a lot of tools throughout history have had an impact on the world.

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I didn't realize that all he did was the Cyber truck. I know he's kind of a tool, but you can't really deny his impact on the energy storage and EV industry.

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Biden literally just signed tariffs that would make EV and solar adoption harder.

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> That being said. Is there any downside to starting to DCA now with small amounts every week? Or should I just be putting the majority of my investments into btc as a lump sum now. 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.

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I don't know why you're bringing up an EV when discussing crypto, or stating that you have a salary but are also retired, but it's clear that none of this is making any financial sense. Do you brother. If you studied BTC you'd understand why it's a big deal, but since you don't care to study crypto I don't really get the question - if there even is one.

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OriginTrail. Already in use and adding value to supply chains worldwide. EU just announced a new parts tracking system for Aerospace that will use OriginTrail, same with EV batteries tracking, train parts, UK customs documents. Big pharma companies working with OriginTrail to track donated medicines, largest US retailers in the world (Home Depot, Target, Disney etc) use OriginTrail to track international factory audits before products enter the US. So many incredible adoption stories in the real world.

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They are building on the network. Seems like you are the one stuck in the old cycle. Cc /u/kazkdp IBM, see the November minutes https://files.hedera.com/2023-11-08-Singapore-Council-Meeting-Minutes-final.docx-1.pdf >IBM Use Case & Discussion >Shyam N. and Sumabala N. presented IBM’s use case, DICE, to the Council members. DICE is a comprehensive digital identity and credential ecosystem solution for governments and enterprises. DICE has broad industry application across the healthcare, travel, education, tech, and financial services sectors. Key components include DICE’s modular approach for broad applicability, developer friendly tools, and emphasis on data sovereignty, openness, and privacy. EDF use cases (3 of them!!!) https://www.dltearth.com/case-studies/edf Google use case (working with EDF above) > The "HEDGE project" was a collaboration between Hedera, Google Cloud, EDF, and startup partners (Sparklin, EmBlock). The goal was to create a secure, decentralized platform connecting small physical assets like meters, PV panels, and EV charging stations. This platform generated environmental certificates and facilitated related marketplaces, all while addressing the challenge of safely integrating data flows from objects into third-party application servers through potentially untrusted networks.

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Arbitrage betting or positive EV betting?

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

> with all the war stuff going on. You could just as easily attribute the cause to declining EV sales or the great red spot on Jupiter getting smaller. You could even say the war stuff going on was caused by the crypto market being down. You would be wrong in all cases. These things might or might not have anything to do with each other. Humans are ***TERRIBLE*** at determining cause and effect. That's why we invented the entire scientific method.

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Lololol. You don't know what they hell I do, do you? You have ZERO idea what running a large power grid is like until you step in my shoes. The plant I support is guaranteed to be several times larger than all the other plants you've been party to. I'll bet the proverbial farm on that one. You don't have the education or clearances to even step in those shoes. But your comment is more related to the price of tea than bitcoin. Of course any economic output requites power. And any power generation has a environmental cost. The point is that ESG is just a political leverage point and doesn't make something "green". It is all based in one's reference. A wond farm is arguably better than coal and an EV may be better than an ICE car in some references, but it doesn't mean that building an EV is environmentally friendly. SEER 16 is better than SEER 14, but you won't save the planet running a SEER 16 AC unit 24/7. You can consume your way to environmentally friendly, you can only mitigate future power growth rates. Take ESG politics and shove it.

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it's like USA saying chinese are spying with their huawei phones and 5g equipment... it doesn't even matter if it's true or not, they are banning it because of the competition... it's gonna be the same for chinese EV cars, they will be banned because of spying or something, but the real reason is they're much more affordable than the competition

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Have you transferred, say, Bitcoin into and out of a non-custodial wallet? It’s prohibitively expensive. Prohibitively expensive from a standpoint of per transactional cost with fiat money. Let’s take fees at a a bank for example - mine changes $6.95/mn (that is waived because of a direct deposit from my employer) and that allows me FREE transactions of my money (in/out) as many times as I want in that month. Another example: Schwab has zero commission trades. So why would I trade crypto when Schwab offers free trading (read: protecting my money via not extracting because of minor costs associated with overhead). Crypto transactions and payment systems are equivalent to the EV infrastructure in this country. It kinda exists. Just barely. But can’t compare to the oil industry and gas station market penetration. Even said another way, how about you go fill up your tank in your car with a crypto transaction. It’s as likely to happen as handing the gas station attendant a brick of gold.

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China is officially dominating the US - they’re leading the crypto industry, social media industry, AI, and now EV industry

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Btc EV wave of the future

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EV battery packs require substantial amounts of cobalt. Children work the mines. QED "*Amnesty International and the Congolese rights group Afrewatch published a report detailing deaths and injuries among the countless children working in small-scale, hand-dug mines*" https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/interactive/2023/ev-cobalt-mines-congo/

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

What car ? The carbon footprint of mining the materials for EV batteries and the impact of disposing those battery’s offset any impact you’re saving by buying an EV.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

This. I recently sold one coin and bought my SO a car…a full EV. He didn’t know much about bit. He learned, and then felt guilty, and I had to explain: “In two months this might be $15k…or $115k, but every time we open the door for YEARS, that car is going to be there, and it’s going to please you, and it doesn’t burn gas. I have sold coin to secure my house, and to buy chemo, and I regret none of it. This is literally what money is -for-.” So get enough to feel secure, and then -Go Camping-. Put the phone down and turn off the ticker. Walk your dog. Go to an aquarium (they’re cooler than zoos). But from someone who had a lot and then had a little and then had a lot: Money isn’t worth that much. Enough is enough.

Mentions:#SO#EV
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Dogshit hype, parternships, real world usage really does not move the needle - these shitcoins bleed slowly then die. > "major banks will use XRP as a liquidity tool in 2018" and "an order of magnitude dozens of banks" will be using XRP in 2019" Brad Scamminghouse in 2018 https://www.cnbc.com/2018/06/05/cnbc-interview-with-brad-garlinghouse-ripple-ceo.html > IBM ipartnering with Stellar to build the World Wire on the Stellar Network for open source financial services network https://www.signifytechnology.com/blog/2018/07/ibm-to-use-str-coin-on-stellar-blockchain > Cardano is going to digitize identification in Africa and IOHK is helping trace Ethiopian coffee beans through the supply chain. https://www.coindesk.com/markets/2021/04/30/cardano-in-africa-inside-iohks-ethiopia-blockchain-deal/ > IOTA's partnership with Volkswagen, Jaguar, Bosch, tracking data and earning while you drive. https://www.jaguarlandrover.com/news/2019/04/money-earn-you-drive-jaguar-land-rover > Vechain partnered with countless companies including Walmart and BYD (largest EV manafacturer in China) with supply chain and carbon tracking memes. https://twitter.com/BYDCompany/status/1037605045309591552 > ICON had a partnership with Samsung and a ton of other companies. https://globalcoinreport.com/icon-icx-partners-up-with-samsung-thanks-to-chain-id/ > Constellation Network to Provide US Air Force With Blockchain Security https://www.coindesk.com/business/2021/08/26/constellation-network-to-provide-us-air-force-with-blockchain-security-for-data-sharing/ > Factom partnership with the US Department of Homeland Security for immutable data ledger on multiple blockchains. https://www.dhs.gov/science-and-technology/news/2018/06/15/news-release-dhs-awards-austin-based-factom-inc-192k > The South Australian Government conducting 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/

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Keeping a close eye on EV Minerals (EVM.c) as the 2023 drilling results from its inaugural 13-hole drill program are expected imminently - as initial exploration encountered semi-massive to massive sections of sulphide mineralization, there is significant resource expansion potential here: [https://www.reddit.com/r/dumbmoney/comments/1bpdf93/ev\_minerals\_evmc\_highlights\_historic\_north\_zone/](https://www.reddit.com/r/dumbmoney/comments/1bpdf93/ev_minerals_evmc_highlights_historic_north_zone/)

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The Canadian stock market. Also most dudes never sold their gains last run. Think meme stocks like ZOM + aviation like Air Canada + poor plays like Blackberry and Nokia. Shitty picks basically. Some drone companies some EV and Renewables many of those got smashed hard after the bull run.

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EV's were once laughed at, confession I did, but now their build time and costs are shrinking compared to ICE. Space mining will sound just as laughable, but will happen and once it does the value of gold will fall, since gold is near limitless in space. [https://www.cbc.ca/news/science/space-mining-1.7012869](https://www.cbc.ca/news/science/space-mining-1.7012869)

Mentions:#EV#ICE
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I would also add that the production of electric vehicle batteries and their use consumes orders of magnitude more energy than they "save". This is not debatable. It is fact. Plus, to replace them costs way more than the vehicle is worth. Then you have toxicity of disposing EV batteries to deal with on a mass scale AND the vehicles that were powered by them. Electric power is dirtier than electric. Facts are facts. Plus, carbon is good. Carbon is life. It is needed for photosynthesis, and carbon helps comprise the atmosphere. So every time I drive my fossil fueled car, I help nature and humanity survive into the future. In many ways, fossil fuels is pro-human. 🙂

Mentions:#EV
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Beanie Babies! Tulips! : Show me Beanie/Tulip ETFs ETF’s only care about fees! : Is that why Black Rock filed to allocate it under one of their funds? Waste of Energy! You mean like social media, pornography, video games, & non-educational television? You can’t all cash out at the same time! : You mean like literally EVERY market? What happens if everyone decides to sell a stock at the same time? No use case! : Use case like SOV which many are currently doing? Bad for the environment! : You mean like all the EV batteries that we can’t recycle yet so we pollute the works until further notice? Criminal activities! : You mean like FIAT which has been THE currency for 99% of all criminal activity? EVER. Too slow! : You mean like wire transfers? We got credit cards for speed and security. CULT like following! : You mean like followers of sports teams, stocks, companies, brands, political ideals, (insert anything here. ANYTHING can have some cult-like participants)

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>The powers that be will not let oil collapse sadly, it will be a gradual transition but IMO things like this are a good indicator of that What do you mean sadly? Oil is the best form of energy currently available. Its reliable, cheap and pretty clean as long as it doesn't spill. There is not enough rare earth metals to make enough solar farms, EV's, etc... Wind turbines cost a shit ton of energy to make, that they never actually profit. They need constant maintenance and use oil for the mechanics (ironic). Solar farms require vast amounts of land to be deforested and are open to the elements, 1000's of acres in TX were just destroyed by hail. Under them no light reaches the plants, and they need a shit ton of maintenance, too.

Mentions:#IMO#EV#Solar
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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. https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/7gi55s/dont_invest_recklessly/

Mentions:#DCA#EV
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Governments may not exist then AI, EV, Robotics will be ruling the planet

Mentions:#EV
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

BTC is #1 and will probably be number one, as good is with other precious metals. But I don't have gold wiring in my house and I don't use it to charge my EV battery.

Mentions:#BTC#EV
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Well doge is a thing. We're talking going 20x or bust. Something has to have a less than 1/20 chance for that to be a negative EV bet.

Mentions:#EV
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**4. OriginTrail** Original source: [https://twitter.com/otnoderunner/status/1769560646889152521](https://twitter.com/otnoderunner/status/1769560646889152521) Quick video explainer: [https://x.com/ACOBJason/status/1768654528407322818?s=20](https://x.com/ACOBJason/status/1768654528407322818?s=20) **In the age of AI, where misinformation can spread quickly, data integrity is as crucial as oil was to the industrial revolution. How can we trust the current state of AI, plagued by bias, hallucinations and copyright infringement issues?** OriginTrail, an open protocol, serves as the refinery for the digital age, transforming data into structured, meaningful information called Knowledge Assets (KAs). This transformation from data into KAs marks the birth of a new utility class essential for fueling Large Language Models (LLMs), or simply AI, with accurate, hallucination-free and verifiable knowledge. This journey from data to knowledge with OriginTrail's infrastructure, called the Decentralized Knowledge Graph (DKG), parallels the discovery and utilization of oil, propelling humanity forward. By processing raw data into KAs, we not only provide AI with a clean, reliable fuel source but also create an environment where information is transparent, traceable, and free from the pollutants of bias and misinformation. **How can humanity participate in the development of verifiable and unbiased AI while securing a non-inflationary 20% return, supported by tangible real-world assets and utility?** Building the Verifiable Internet for trusted AI is a collective community effort that begins with Knowledge Mining. Echoing resource extraction processes fueling world economies, Knowledge Mining consists of laying the foundational blocks to an open Internet and a decentralized, verifiable AI. Participants are incentivized to create and validate useful knowledge on or about specific topics, which can be grouped, stored, and accessed in dedicated sub-networks called Paranets. Just like electricity and gas keeps the lights on and buildings heated, Knowledge Assets used within AI can keep productivity levels high and decisions accurate based on verifiable and unbiased data. ​ The $TRAC token serves as the foundation of this emerging knowledge economy, much like how oil powers the world's industries. It has a fixed supply of 500 million tokens and powers a circular economic model backed by real utility and demand. With an attractive yield of 20% APR, TRAC acts as the currency for the new era of verifiable AI, promoting the creation, verification, and sharing of Knowledge Assets. In order to partake in this new AI economy, Asset Publishers use TRAC to create Knowledge Assets. Decentralized node runners, in turn, receive TRAC as compensation for storing and maintaining these assets. TRAC is not burned after transactions but instead is awarded to the node, which includes both the node runner and delegators who stake their TRAC tokens. The OriginTrail network democratizes the publishing and utilization of assets, allowing any entity to contribute and benefit from the knowledge economy. The adoption of OriginTrail's infrastructure goes beyond the realms of crypto, piercing diverse sectors like various derivatives of petroleum find applications in different industries: * Supply Chains: Utilized in livestock, whiskey u/ChurchOfOak, dairy u/SmartAgriHubs and Halal u/OneAgrix products. * Electric Vehicles: Offers a Digital Product Passport solution for EV batteries. * Administration: Facilitates audit certificates with organizations like the British Standards Institution u/BSI_UK. * Healthcare: Supports the distribution of donated medicine through The World Federation of Hemophilia (WFH), promotes sustainable medicine, and enhances scientific and academic research. * Construction: Underpins the u/BUILDCHAIN_HE EU-funded project, focusing on sustainable building materials and digital logbook management. * Railways: Assists in managing the Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) infrastructure u/RailService * News and Media: Integrates with platforms like u/blockchain_wire to fight misinformation and bias * Art: Encourages new AI art creation through u/chatDKG, rewarding original creators. **TRAC Node Economy** In the OriginTrail ecosystem, when the annual percentage yield (APY) for network participation stands at 20%, the token's non-inflationary nature sparks significant interest. This high yield incentivizes the creation of more nodes as demand from asset publishers escalates. Given the requisite need for TRAC by both node runners and publishers, the token's demand increases, leading to its scarcity and increased value. With current daily spendings of 30,000 TRAC for publishing, combined with 2 million TRAC already locked for Knowledge Assets in the ecosystem and 51 million TRAC staked in nodes, the OriginTrail Decentralized Network boasts an annual revenue of $12 million and a Total Value Locked (TVL) at $65 million. This figure is anticipated to surge due to the network effects and the expanding adoption anticipated in the forthcoming period. Given the TRAC token's fixed and fully allocated supply, these statistics are one-of-a-kind, highlighting the genuine utility and market acceptance of this new asset class. OriginTrail’s Decentralized Knowledge Graph is making significant strides in resolving real-world issues while steering AI towards a future that's unbiased, hallucination-free and decentralized.

Mentions:#TRAC#EV
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Are you ignorant on the subject or pretending frequent blackouts and government requests to limit charging EV's in California isn't a thing?

Mentions:#EV
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

you do realize that electricity grid is a thing? an EV in SF could be charged by electricity generated in Oregon

Mentions:#EV
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Except no one with an EV has taken advantage of monsoon season to move their EV to an area with excess production to charge it with 'waste' energy nor are they capturing a different waste (flare gas) to charge them. There's 'being green' in the form of crippling the California grid while charging Tesla's, then there's 'being green' to reduce cost in the form of taking waste and excess to power mining operations. Ignore the optics and realize that someone that's in it for the money will do a much greater job taking advantage of waste wherever possible than someone in it for the politics and/or their image.

Mentions:#EV
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Sorry to tell you but Xiaomi will become #1 EV company

Mentions:#EV
r/BitcoinSee Comment

you talking about EV's

Mentions:#EV
r/BitcoinSee Comment

I wonde how much can MS's market cap catch up to Tesla's. I know 550B vs 20B is quite huge but Tesla is recently struggling and apparently it's BYD which will eventually become #1 EV company. MS will hodl more than 1% of the entire BTC.

Mentions:#EV#BTC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Imagine the Biden administration relizing the EV industry get 60-70% of the electricity from fossil fuels, where the mining industry get 50-55% from fossil fuels.

Mentions:#EV
r/BitcoinSee Comment

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Mentions:#EV
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Mentions:#EV
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That’s where you’re wrong & misinformed EDF is already building THREE projects on Hedera: •Green H2 Certification & Trading • EV Charging with Renewable Energy Credits •HEDGE (HEDera Google EDF) decentralized platform connecting small physical assets https://www.dltearth.com/case-studies/edf

Mentions:#EV
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tldr; The collaboration between Hedera Hashgraph, EDF (Electricité de France), and Google focuses on leveraging Hedera's distributed ledger technology for sustainability in the energy sector. This partnership aims to create a greener future through initiatives like Green Hydrogen Certification and Trading, tracking green energy for EV charging, and the HEDGE project, which connects small-scale energy assets to a decentralized platform. These efforts are designed to make green energy more accessible and verifiable, showcasing a commitment to environmental responsibility and technological innovation. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

Mentions:#EV#DYOR
r/BitcoinSee Comment

There is no way to determine EV for bitcoin. Its price depends on behavior of the millions of the individuals and as such is highly unpredictable.

Mentions:#EV
r/BitcoinSee Comment

And buying random stocks of companies isn’t gambling? “Gambling” isn’t inherently bad if it’s a plus EV bet.

Mentions:#EV
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Electric cars being compared to the bitcoin? Electric vehicles are not popular in the US. The pace of EV adoption has slowed down a lot here

Mentions:#EV
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There aren't a lot of EV trucks on the market atm. I feel every homeowner needs a truck, and I refuse to go back to gas. I've been driving around in my Nissan leaf for the last 10 years waiting for an EV truck. The F-150 Lightning is just, meh imo. All dealers in my area are marking up the cost to insane amounts, so I ruled that one out. My other option was the Rivian, and while I do like it, it's not as zippy, and Rivian isn't quite as tested/established yet for me to take a chance on them. That and TBH, I don't really like the front headlights on it. I know the CT design is very love it or hate it, and I happen to fall into the love it category. it's so ugly, and I love it. idk why. Just wish Elon wasn't attached to the product. But I'm not really a fan of most automotive CEOs, so I guess it is what is is on that front.

Mentions:#EV#CT
r/BitcoinSee Comment

EV is to ICE what Bitcoin is to Fiat and what LED is to Candles

Mentions:#EV#ICE#LED
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The riskier ones. EV is sub par on these ones

Mentions:#EV
r/BitcoinSee Comment

In 10 years, clean v8 muscle cars will be worth more if the EV craze continues on. Most people don't understand the feeling of going for a drive in a sports car and running through the gears and being connected to the road... I love my 7mt c7z more than anything else I own. That's a hard decision buddy. If you have always wanted one and this is the moment you can finally afford one then I'd do it man. Let me know what you do!!!

Mentions:#EV
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From the article - "the European Central Bank has previously stated it cannot imagine a world where governments would ban gasoline-powered cars in favor of electric vehicles but not act on Bitcoin’s persistence in pumping out CO2." Wow, just wow, are we actually getting our information about inflation-proof currencies from a giant central bank ? If we are going to them, why don't we just also ask the mob if the current policing level wastes energy and manpower that could better be used elsewhere ? And don't get me started about how misguided the forced conversion to EV's is, the banks absurd counter example to crypto mining. Since you are a big fan of the Eth model, I hope you can understand that your currency is mostly controlled by monied insiders that direct the code, very analogous to a central bank. Vitalik and friends recently decided on a whim to change the inflation model willy-nilly to something more to their liking. Yes, it was later approved by the nodes, but its not like there were any other people's ideas on the table, or the Eth powers that be were forced to not do it. Are the new fee burning and lower issuance results good, from an inflation standpoint ? While I personally don't like a rejected transaction eating up my gas, if they didn't do any work for me, I actually think the new inflation rate is in improvement, but the important thing is not that our crypto overlords fiat edicts forced down our throats were good improvements today, but the fact that we even have such people deciding our fate day to day at all. The US actually did a good job with the gold standard, right up until the going got tough, then they stole 40 % for themselves in 1934, and took most of the rest in 1971. While Eth is fine as its own niche thing, if we are going to actually have a new world money, it damn well better not have anyone that can change anything on a whim, and letting the world force us to have their consensus form to save energy, in a world full of other much larger total energy wastes like motorsports, Christmas lights, Hummers, Gold Mines, Video games, and useless Coal-eating (to make the fiberglass blades) wind farms we are forced to pay for with our tax dollars, this is a pretty large camel's nose under the crypto trust model tent. Maybe if regulators had done a good job with inflation and bailouts we could trust them a little, but clearly we cannot, so I really don't think its that easy to switch a live system to proof of stake, because it very much takes power away from the node operators, and gives it to the wealthy elites, and they have a history of failing, when we need the system the most.

Mentions:#CO#EV
r/BitcoinSee Comment

These people hate EV vehicles because of gear box.

Mentions:#EV
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Probably since the cyber truck and EV vehicle sales are in trouble he’s looking for potential new market buyers

Mentions:#EV
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🌱Green H2 Certification & Trading 🌱EV Charging with Renewable Energy Credits 🌱HEDGE (HEDera Google EDF) decentralized platform connecting small physical assets

Mentions:#EV
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I was watching a crypto channel and agreed with their summary of why Bitcoin hit an ATH almost 38 days before halving which it has not done before. ETF. The acceptance of Bitcoin on Wallstreet has caused Wallstreet to make the price jump with all the buying to hold for their ETFs. Retail usually starts buying near or after the halving event according to past cycles. This means we are in uncharted territory this time and will retail see the crazy high price of bitcoin and liken it to a share of buying Berkshire Hathaway which is currently at $609,710.00? I have never heard of a retail trader buying any high priced stock like this ever, they look for the GME, AMC, or flavor of the year plays, like when Tesla stock took off and everyone bought EV stocks, or when Apple took off and everyone bought semiconductor stocks, or when Starbucks took off and everyone bought coffee stocks. Right now it is AI so retail is probably going to be buying AI crypto imo as Bitcoin is for people with some money to throw around.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That's how tax credits work though (i.e. see EV tax credits)

Mentions:#EV
r/BitcoinSee Comment

In no way was I comparing an EV to bitcoin as an investment haha

Mentions:#EV
r/BitcoinSee Comment

EVs are just slightly different though. ICE and EV cars are both depreciating assets. Eventually EVs will be as cheap as ICE cars

Mentions:#ICE#EV
r/BitcoinSee Comment

You make predicting the future value of things sound like some mystical sorcery, but it's not like that at all. You have buying power, and are a wealth manager. If you choose not to outsource this to a pro for a fee, then in this role, you are looking for positive EV, uncorrelated bets for your portfolio in order to generate the highest returns for the least risk. You then size your bets on these assets according to their volatility and expected return. Bitcoin certainly has an expected return. The utility of monetary networks grows with the square of the number of people that adopt them. The number of people adopting Bitcoin as a store of value is obviously increasing rapidly. There are any number of publicly available metrics to see this, from the hashrate of the network itself, to the number of non-zero wallet addresses, to the ETF inflows and shift in coverage in the media, to the amazing unwillingness of long-term holders to sell. There is every reason to believe that the total market value of the bitcoin monetary network will be significantly larger in the future than it is today. But like all bets in your portfolio, it's not a sure thing, and you should size appropriately for risk, depending on your view of the total addressable market for bitcoin, the speed of adoption you expect, etc. Good luck to you.

Mentions:#EV#ETF
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Not to turn it into a car thing but I see the same thing driving my EV as I get when people I’ve talked to about bitcoin bring it up to me angrily now. I feel like people love to hate EVs because a car is both a major purchase and for many a feeling of freedom/identity or their love of car engineering. People see an EV and it makes them feel like either their last major purchase was of a dying technology and they see this new tech threatening to take away something they love (I’ll admit my EV is the fastest car I’ve owned but it feels like driving an iPhone with no soul). People see bitcoin as something they don’t understand and suddenly it’s making their portfolio returns they’ve carefully studied/curated look inferior and it angers them.

Mentions:#EV
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But that was the demise of America. Now our dollar is backed only on history saying it’s been worth something! Oil is backing it but as you know Electric vehicles don’t need it and all the car companies have already adopted EV terminating gas IcE vehicles. China knew then it was time to make a plan. Own more, export more, don’t deviate! China owns more Realstate in the world than any other country. They own land in probably every country. There they also provide the locals with jobs, especially central and South America. How do you beat the biggest bully on the block. Hire multiple victims with money they can’t turn down and now he has 20 kids in his front yard. Might not be as strong but he can’t take them all! That is how China will basically take over the whole world. Without even pulling out a knife.

Mentions:#EV
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That’s so interesting because I’m working with GM doing material handling/assembly for their new EV Hummer battery cells. I like that last paragraph about the cooler the tooling the more interested you are. Great thoughts thanks!!

Mentions:#GM#EV
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It's because sometimes, sectors move together. Bullish news in the crypto space will move many crypto tokens, the same way positive EV news will move EV stocks, positive AI news will move AI stocks, etc. Alts are not following BTC, they are all following the crypto sector, including BTC.

Mentions:#EV#BTC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

For...EV..... Ooorrrrr!!!!

Mentions:#EV
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Depends on what token or coin someone is holding. If you have $500 of a token at $0.0000000001 it’s not gonna be worth the on ramp/off ramp repeatedly ; to say nothing of the time that takes up. Sure, I bought $25 of FEG Token because I got in on a big dip (0.0002 & it’s now $0.001 so I’m happy with the profits. However in such infinitesimal numbers, it’s not worth the attempts to SBF your own wallet. Due to the fact that crypto has zero real world value, nor anything tangible to make it a true store of value & inflation hedge and ones investment can be gone by backspacing any given 0 or 1, I just through a little money in and let it sit. If I lost $250, then “oops” & move on. Rea world uses for crypto are species at best and are not much different that electric vehicles. EV’s are so far away from being able provide range & refill/recharge times equivalent to ICE - and now have been proven to put MORE carbons into the air than a comparable ICE which just proves that EVs are a quasi- eco-friendly vehicle, they are useless for the needs of the majority of humankind’s vehicular needs and has so many obstacles to full adoption that I would expect a severe dip in EV sales for the next 5-7 years, manufacturers will fold, ICE will reign supreme again and then 15 years from now someone with try again. That’s a lot like the entirety of crypto…it’s going to be gone from the earth or nearly gone in the not to distant future when everyone wakes up to the fact that it’s not even “funny money” & is even more useless than Monopoly money. I through some money in because “hey, maybe I hit lightening in a bottle by a weird chance and I can retire at 40 years of but my expectation is that I’ll never see my money back. If you lose your account info (seed phrase), or your wallet is hacked & wiped, it’s over, it’s gone, you’re never getting it back. With a real bank or credit Union, if you lose a card or someone steals your money, the real world financial infrastructure has the ability to make you whole again in many ways. I just hope my fellow millennials realize this. I’d say the same for Gen-Z but that generation is so clueless to everything in life that someone could piss on the face & tell them it’s raining and Gen-z would buy it..”no cap” 🤨🙄

Mentions:#FEG#EV#ICE
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Someone bought a dog the other day. I know I’ll be selling at some point because I want a EV 😭

Mentions:#EV
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

LOL the EV scam is already dying. Not buying your worthless duracell on wheels Elon.

Mentions:#EV
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

EV demand is really soft. All EV companies are struggling

Mentions:#EV
r/BitcoinSee Comment

I own a multi-state solar company and starting to see more and more bitcoin miners inquiring about solar cost comparison. We usually just ask if they have a pool or EV charger. Now we gotta ask “you a miner?!” lmfao

Mentions:#EV
r/BitcoinSee Comment

I’m not a panic seller that’s why I’ve held onto Tesla for so long, even through all my frustrations, but in these high interest rate times and competition from Chinese EV makers I feel so too big of a my portfolio is just doing nothing I could be investing in the future versus Tesla, which Isn’t there yet

Mentions:#EV