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The BEST Bitcoin orange pill video EVER

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Crypto rules you loose money always for the same reasons

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Do not trust in crypto airdrops EVER!!!

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Standard situation.

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There is not enough blockspace for each person in the U.S. to have one base layer transaction per year.

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The FIRST EVER P2P Marketplace for Airline Tickets has launched. Airline tickets as NFT's are a thing, and you can RESELL them on the open market! This is a revolutionary application live right now on blockchain, show people this when they ask what blockchain can do.

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Should I sell my etf tokens? The token started a few months ago and went up to 60 cents very quickly, but then dipped back down to 10 cents even faster. I don’t want to lose my investment, but i can’t imagine now is a good time to sell. Thoughts?

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The GambleFi Thread - Here are four projects. Let's get an overview of this hot niche. Feel free to add your winners.

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GambleFi Projects - Where to place your bets? - Let's discuss

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GambleFi Projects - Where to place your bets? - Let's discuss

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Unleash Freedom with BitX - The Ultimate KYC-Free Crypto Exchange!

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70% of Bitcoin supply not moving is a GREAT thing, if...

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100% Gains In A Month: Here is Why Web3 Gaming Tokens are exploding

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Bitcoin Soars Past $35,000. Here is an altcoin set for 300% gains

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Everscale token price drops 20% as team says large number of EVER tokens were stolen

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Meet $SCAKE (BSC) the first BEP20 token launched on PancakeSwap.

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This is how I know Bitcoiners are right.

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This time is different..

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When will Cryptocurrency finally just disappear…

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Cathie Wood said a whole 8 years ago that Bitcoin could be "as big as the internet", while buying it at $200. Say what you want about her, but she did have a vision.

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It looks like LastPass is the reason why some people are missing their crypto

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During the peak of this Bear Market 6M BTC were held at loss by long-term holders, that‘s 31% of the whole current Supply. That‘s the pain we endured.

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I found a way to predict Bitcoin and crypto and don't know what to do?

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Why Bitcoin is the Most POWERFUL & SECURE Computer Network EVER Created!

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BTC is at its tightest price range since FOREVER right now on the weekly charts. This means that a massive move is brewing in the background.

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[SERIOUS] Crypto 101: A Brief Guide to Recognizing and Avoiding Scams

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Should I sell the rest of my Dogecoin?

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What is most important to you when opening a long ?

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Exchange deposits have reached a 3-year low and that while withdrawals are increasing relatively to them. Seems like people are finally catching up to self-custody.

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THIS the greatest opportunity to build wealth you’re EVER going to get...

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Last year, Alex Machinsky stole 0.51 bitcoin from me. 13 months later, I now hold 0.5 again.

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Squid2 | You missed Shib,Doge,Baby Doge Don't miss out Squid2 | Upcoming Popular Financial Game

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Institutions entering crypto will inevitably lead to more regulations

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BTC has been down year-over-year for over 490 days this bear market, the highest there has been EVER. This bear market was truly exceptional.

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Hate fees? Me too... you don't have to pay them anymore! 😈

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Tectum - Digital Cash for Crypto on the Fastest Blockchain Ever

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Just wanted to let you of a gem of a project ive been following for over a year, with the biggest update of it yet coming *very* soon - Banterr Only 500k MCap and the most beautiful chart youll ever see. Easy 100x Potential.

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Obama Inu | OBAMA | Cmc & Cg Fast Track | Audit | Live on now Pinksale ! Huge Potential !

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Obama Inu | OBAMA | Cmc & Cg Fast Track | Audit | Live on now Pinksale !

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The largest EVER use case for blockchain & ETH is entering a last test phase and nobody cares

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New Meme Coin with a purpose to launch IDOs and a launchpad! titter $TITR 40% Burn 32.5% Liquidity 10% Fundraise 5% CEX & Partnerships 12.5 Marketing Operations 0 fees 0 taxes 91 rating on DEXTOOLS now!

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Peter Pan | Low Market Cap Gem | Million Dollar Marketing Budget | Trending Everywhere | Ownership Renounced | Liquidity Locked

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Peter Pan | Low Market Cap Gem | Million Dollar Marketing Budget | Trending Everywhere | Renounced Ownership | Locked Liquidity

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New meme coin titter TITR

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Two Buttons Coin | Low Market Cap Gem | Massive Marketing Budget | Just Listed on CMC | Renounced Ownership | Burned Liquidity | Don't miss!

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Two Buttons Coin | Low Market Cap Gem | Huge Marketing Budget | Just Listed on CMC | Renounced Ownership | Burned Liquidity

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AstroElon (ELONONE) - Low MC Gem

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metamask 12 phrases account vs private keys account. Am I thinking it right?

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Bitcoin has just reached it‘s highest amount of transactions settled per week, EVER.

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AstroElon (ELONONE) - Where Memetility is born.

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With memecoin season returning, a reminder about keeping a separate "vault" wallet

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Quick explanation showing the NYTimes intentionally and maliciously misrepresents demand response in its article on bitcoin mining

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My Short-Term Game Plan, an opportunity we may never see again

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[Serious] Thank you Fidelity for believing in Crypto and doing what's right for people!

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This is insane

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Bitcoin just gad its highest weekly gain since 4 years ago (!), in April 2019 and over the last 7-days BTC a Bull Market alike gain of 35%. All that in a week where banks collapsed.

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Wallet users are always wrong when getting hacked?

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Do I have to pay taxes on token gains? UAE

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9 years ago, the Media tried to identify the first person as Satoshi Nakamoto. It was a complete fail but one of the greatest Crypto memes were born.

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My girlfriend staked all my ETH and when my wife finds out she's gonna kill me!

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CBDC Anti-Surveillance State Act Bill and its implication (hopium?) for Bitcoin

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Do I need to pay taxes on token price increase?

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Stablecoins are being withdrawn in record-speed from exchanges right now and most of them are being redeemed into dollar.

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For one of the first times in history, Bitcoin is recording more withdrawals than deposits over all exchanges. This is very good for the long-term.

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BREAKING: Bitcoin made it's first EVER 'Death Cross' on the weekly chart.

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Unless your living in a Country with high inflation...

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After hitting a record low of new holders entering the markets this bear market, wealth is finally transferring from “older hands“ to “newer hands“ again.

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BEST BIRTHDAY GIFT I EVER GET FROM MY WIFE ❤️😍. Happy 31st to me 😄. Any satoshi is more than welcome 😁 bc1qywfc0a74m5p7lnt0sycptk2jzre3wy2vctd27t

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The first ~ 4 MB block in #Bitcoin history, mined by Luxor

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After $EVER's 140% pump, Venom Ventures Fund invests $5 million in Everscale to address Web3 scalability issues

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The BIGGEST BTC crowdfunding EVER | by Tallycoin Member | Tallycoin

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When a "Cybersecurity" professional got his crypto stolen

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Thinking about giving a kid the gift of crypto for Christmas this year?

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I fell to FOMO and was punished by my greed before, and I'm sure many of you did too.

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Please STOP with CEXs FUD. You know so little about the aftermath.

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Bitcoin To Never Fall Below $15,400 EVER AGAIN!!? 👀📈

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ATTN - Crypto is the LAST Asset Class that YOU will EVER see as a human! So...

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You may not have to hide your seed phrase or lock it in a safe

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

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I used to dream of being a Millionaire, being successful, having freedom, retiring my family and living in my dream home…. I achieved all of this from the Forex charts and this is why you should never give up EVER 💰📈 If I gave up I would have been working in a supermarket for the rest of my life

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Guide: How to protect your crypto

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My thoughts on Crypto.com (as someone that has been involved from 2017)

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This is not a time to choose teams

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Perspective: "Amazon Becomes the First Company Ever to Lose $1 Trillion in Stock Value". Bitcoin is barely starting, it's still just a small pond and small rocks make big waves.

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Perspective: "Amazon Becomes the First Company Ever to Lose $1 Trillion in Stock Value". Bitcoin is barely starting, is still just a small pond and small rocks make big waves.

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Everscale AMA - Ask us anything about DeFi and what worries you about its current state

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[SERIOUS]Just convinced a real friend to not suicide a couple minutes ago. NEVER EVER FOMO IN CRYPTO!

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FlokiXmas | Presale of 100 BNB filled | KYC & Audited | Low cap 120 MC | Cmc & Cg Listing Incoming | x1000 this XMAS

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First EVER Favor From Tristan

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Upcoming Sweat Faucet! *FIRST EVER!*

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Forgetting rule #1? Don't talk about your personal stake.

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Read this post from Quora from three years ago

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My beginner's luck in Crypto - a (minor) success story!

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Will Shiba Inu EVER reach $1

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Best blockchain to invest in NOW

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The stock market just had 33M shorts in one day. The highest single day short volume, EVER.

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Fake ledger live in windows app store

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I fell for a front-running bot scam. Don't be like me. (How to spot and avoid these scams)

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All time low | best cryptocurrencies to invest in right now

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BEST KIM PETRAS ‘SLUT POP’ COVER & PERFORMANCE EVER!! @Kim Petras

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Hurm, there is no adoption goin on... just a trillion dollar market cap and the launch of ETFs. The most successful launch EVER. (i dont buy em tho, not my thing) As for everything else you said, almost sounds like you dont have bank accounts or have never transferred money before. Or what its like to have someone water down your kool-aid. (your fiat is getting watered down everyday.) But heres there real kicker facts baring all opinions. From 2020 to 2023, just 3 years, the dollars purchasing power has decreased by 18-22% depending what snapshot u look at. 18%!.... Now since 1971, its has decreased 98%!! in 52 years, 1 million dollars, baring any interest or investments, would buy you 50k today. Seems like a solid investment to me....no? yea i vomited too.

Mentions:#EVER

Anything they cannot fully control and monitor in totality makes them tremble in fear, governments that is. Control is how their game keeps the common ppl of earth in check and divided, even though last I checked we all are in the same boat with the same kind of power over our heads regardless of where you are on this 3rd rock from the Sun. It is all about the money, but fiat is made to have an illusion of value, pegged to whatever they can to keep the common ppl held in line to the plan they have not the plans of each person aka the common ppl. They hate plans that bypass all their systems of mirrors to induce what is needed when, where and how they decide to so keep that seat of power and all for what? That is indeed the question that perhaps soon will finally be answered. Divide us and place ideologies not our own or even true for that matter into the mind of the masses and the game is all for so very few to so benefit but we nobody's aka citizens of Earth call that Government, and that is the last group any of us should ever want to be in charge of any of us and our loved ones EVER.

Mentions:#EVER

Splitting it up and/or encrypting it is definitely good, along with making it disaster proof (stamping/etching it in hard metal). Also, and I'm not sure why this isn't mentioned alongside these discussions more often, I don't see why anyone would EVER rely solely on their seed phrase. It's quite obvious to me that you should always one or more passphrases in addition to the seed.

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Dude even with your puny amount you have more Bitcoin than 99% of the planet EVER WILL HAVE.

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Your not thinking rational… it far easier to get to 50k. If bitcoin were to get to 1 million it would have similar market cap to the entire global stock market. That’s not EVER happening in our lifetime. Use common sense

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Lets clear this up. Even if you opt in, YOUR SEED SHOULD ONLY EVER, EVER, EVER BE KNOWN / HELD BY YOU. Nobody else. EVER unless you give it to them. By giving your seed to anyone else, you can consider your coins compromised. Remember the white paper - Verify dont trust. If your going to trust them, then you mas aswell leave your coins on an exchage ala Celcuis, FTX.. The fact Ledger have revealed a back door is hugely alarming. Its a huge red flag. WHEN not IF they are hacked, Ledger loyalists will be up in arms.. but the signs were always there. Never a Ledger, Forever a Trezor.

> and i didn't read it because i just don't frequent that site. You shouldn't have to do this. It's to cumbersome to keep up with all these different things. All one needs to do is remember a few golden rules. Number one is, don't EVER type your seed phrase anywhere unless it is to restore your wallet that you lost. And that would be typed on the device itself. Never your computer.

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> does the value of bitcoin change as the total population on Earth changes? The value is determined by price discovery. It's the result of buyers versus sellers making agreements. That's it. That's where it's price comes from. > Does the value rely on a countries’ per capita access to a computer? No. See the above comment. But that said, yes, for Bitcoin to exist there must be access to the internet. > What happens to all the bitcoin that has been lost over the years? Think of Bitcoin as cash. Losing your keys is the same as losing paper money, except no one can spend the lost Bitcoin. It's just stuck on the block chain forever. > Will more bitcoin become available as more becomes lost? No. Bitcoin is an algorithm, a math equation. Once 21 million coins have been mined, the equation is complete. No more coins will EVER be created. Mining will continue as a fee based enterprise. > How is something so volatile a good medium for exchange of goods or services? First of all, if you look at Bitcoin's journey over time, it's not volatile. It's heading straight up, with some pull backs, and is the best performing asset over the last decade. Second, most of the world does business using volatile currencies. American's are unique in that they have rarely needed to compute currency fluctuations in their business transactions but most people on earth have been doing it their whole lives.

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I don't think you understand how scarcity works. The US dollar is the WORLDS RESERVE CURRENCY, it's the MOST VALUED THING EVER... Yet they print trillions of it at the drop of a hat. So clearly being scarce is actually nothing to do with value.

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\^\^\^ above upvote this so more people can see this comment. this is a tail risk scenario that is seriously underappreciated by the masses. The fact that most ETF owners don't realize that they are holding an IOU and will NEVER EVER obtain delivery of the underlying asset via redemptions scares me.

Mentions:#ETF#EVER

This meme and it's variation is the most pleasing one... EVER!

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DOT is my worst performing bag EVER! Still holding (with tears on my eyes)

Mentions:#DOT#EVER

It is a rule. I put myself many rules when i started, not fomo on huge green candle days, dont fail a DCA day ever, don´t EVER touch options..., ~~go to wallstreebets sub to get a reality check if i ever think i am smart enough to win money doing options (i am NOT!)~~ It is just a good rule to have in case something happends. What could happend? well to be honest not much - my life got very stable during the last decade. There is a reason it is called "emergency funds". You can´t time emergencies or how much they cost.

Mentions:#DCA#EVER

>Even Solana broke last week. For the umpteenth time. > An L1 isn't supposed to break. EVER. [I'm definitely not talking about Solana as a better L1.](https://youtu.be/411RUAXmD2k?t=142)

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>. And m Ah, this is a pretty big fallacy. We keep talking about better L1s, but there's no such thing. They'll be sacrificing SOMETHING, such as decentralization or security, in order to achieve their scalability (transactions per second, etc.). No, everyone does not know about L2s. Look at some of the comments where some people are genuinely confused about L2s. Someone else said it's like "reading another language" or something, when I was just giving basic information about L2s. A "better L1" isn't the answer. Even Solana broke last week. And last year. And multiple times before that. An L1 isn't supposed to break. EVER. And no, there aren't many risks using Arbitrum or Optimism. Since they've been around, the worst thing that happened was that they stopped producing blocks for a few hours. No loss of funds, no hacks.

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never cash out. bitcoin buys should be a 1-way street. spend in bitcoin and NEVER REPORTING ANYTHING TO THE GOV EVER.

Mentions:#GOV#EVER

#Monero Pro-Arguments Below is a Monero pro-argument written by roberthonker. > **Taken from /u\/awhodothey's submission from last round** > > Assume no consumers ever care about privacy. Assume everyone is totally fine with all of their finances and purchase records being 100% visible on the blockchain to anyone who EVER pays or receives crypto from them once. Or assume crypto never catches on enough for casual consumers to realize they don't want every company to know every detail of their life... Monero will still succeed. Monero's real world market adoption will still continue to grow. > > Assume Monero was banned by every country in the world. Monero is the only coin who's market cap would be projected to increase even if it was completely banned, because Monero is the preferred coin of the black market, and black market activities are, by definition, already banned by law. > > The market cap of the black market is the market cap of every commercial activity that governments physically cannot stop. Monero's usage, market cap and price are increasing as the black market very slowly adopts Monero- despite the fact that most exchanges have already delisted XMR. Monero is the only multi-billion dollar coin that is known to have no chance at being listed on some of the biggest exchanges. So why is it worth so much still? Because unlike every other crypto, Monero is actually used as an exchange currency in the real world. > > The global black market is currently estimated to be over $10 trillion/year- larger than the economy of every country in Europe. If the global black market were a country it would be the second or third largest economy in the world. > > https://www.forbes.com/sites/benzingainsights/2011/11/07/rise-of-the-shadow-economy-second-largest-economy-in-the-world/?sh=4198b6cf4a0e > > The anonymity of Monero is comparable to the anonymity of cash, but Monero is much cheaper and faster than cash transfers. Further, because Monero does not need to be physically transfered or stored, it is much safer and greatly reduces the risk of violence and theft to black market participants. > > But what if every single centralized exchange removed Monero? It's too late. All the necessary pieces are already on the board. Atomic swaps with bitcoin are live, and wallets are rushing to integrate decentralized, trustless BTC to XMR exchange. Secret Network already has a tokenized version of Monero (sXMR) on the testnet of Secret Swap (a private, decentralized exchange that anyone can use without KYC). Every major crypto will be convertible to Monero. And options like "localMonero" already exist for anyone who wants to convert cash or refillable debit cards directly to Monero. > > Monero is the leading privacy coin, and the only trustless privacy coin with a network effect and proven track record of real world use. It is privacy by default, and users have no risk of forgetting to enable privacy. The Monero network is highly decentralized and open source and does not require users to trust its creators. The community is active and passionately unified around the core objectives of creating a real decentralized currency that is private. The IRS's bounty for anyone who can crack Monero is a testament to years of proven success. > > Monero is *the* crypto currency of the black market. Monero has no competition in that market, and it leaves no room for another coin to prove itself. Worst case scenario, Monero is outlawed and rejected by all law abiding citizens of the world. Monero would eventually replace blackmarket currencies and make some black market practices, like money laundering and off shore banking, entirely unnecessary. > > There is no need for slow, extremely expensive off shore banking practices that carry privacy risks (like the Panama papers that leaked account holder's names) and security risks (like the government reforms that have lead to account confiscations). Monero is cheaper, faster, easier, safer, and more private. It makes off shore banking completely obsolete. > > The market cap of gold is about $11 trillion. Low end estimate of the offshore banking market cap is $20 trillion. At $222, the current market cap of Monero is about $4 billion. When Monero's market cap reaches 1% of the low estimate of the illegal global offshore banking market, that will make each Monero worth more than $11,000. > > https://www.forbes.com/sites/frederickallen/2012/07/23/super-rich-hide-21-trillion-offshore-study-says/?sh=191f47fa6ba6 > > Monero will inevitably become a major currency of the future. Probably nothing can stop that, so you may as well think about your privacy and choose to use it to protect your perfectly legal transactions too. Fortunately, Monero is designed to be a currency, not a store of value with a fixed supply that discourages spending. > > Black market adoption will put buy pressure on XMR, and that demand will slowly drive the price up. Monero may not be the fastest growing investment opportunity, but that's what makes it a better currency. I can't name an investment that would be lower risk, or name a better crypto currency. ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Monero) to find submissions for other topics.

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#Monero Pro-Arguments Below is a Monero pro-argument written by roberthonker. > **Taken from /u\/awhodothey's submission from last round** > > Assume no consumers ever care about privacy. Assume everyone is totally fine with all of their finances and purchase records being 100% visible on the blockchain to anyone who EVER pays or receives crypto from them once. Or assume crypto never catches on enough for casual consumers to realize they don't want every company to know every detail of their life... Monero will still succeed. Monero's real world market adoption will still continue to grow. > > Assume Monero was banned by every country in the world. Monero is the only coin who's market cap would be projected to increase even if it was completely banned, because Monero is the preferred coin of the black market, and black market activities are, by definition, already banned by law. > > The market cap of the black market is the market cap of every commercial activity that governments physically cannot stop. Monero's usage, market cap and price are increasing as the black market very slowly adopts Monero- despite the fact that most exchanges have already delisted XMR. Monero is the only multi-billion dollar coin that is known to have no chance at being listed on some of the biggest exchanges. So why is it worth so much still? Because unlike every other crypto, Monero is actually used as an exchange currency in the real world. > > The global black market is currently estimated to be over $10 trillion/year- larger than the economy of every country in Europe. If the global black market were a country it would be the second or third largest economy in the world. > > https://www.forbes.com/sites/benzingainsights/2011/11/07/rise-of-the-shadow-economy-second-largest-economy-in-the-world/?sh=4198b6cf4a0e > > The anonymity of Monero is comparable to the anonymity of cash, but Monero is much cheaper and faster than cash transfers. Further, because Monero does not need to be physically transfered or stored, it is much safer and greatly reduces the risk of violence and theft to black market participants. > > But what if every single centralized exchange removed Monero? It's too late. All the necessary pieces are already on the board. Atomic swaps with bitcoin are live, and wallets are rushing to integrate decentralized, trustless BTC to XMR exchange. Secret Network already has a tokenized version of Monero (sXMR) on the testnet of Secret Swap (a private, decentralized exchange that anyone can use without KYC). Every major crypto will be convertible to Monero. And options like "localMonero" already exist for anyone who wants to convert cash or refillable debit cards directly to Monero. > > Monero is the leading privacy coin, and the only trustless privacy coin with a network effect and proven track record of real world use. It is privacy by default, and users have no risk of forgetting to enable privacy. The Monero network is highly decentralized and open source and does not require users to trust its creators. The community is active and passionately unified around the core objectives of creating a real decentralized currency that is private. The IRS's bounty for anyone who can crack Monero is a testament to years of proven success. > > Monero is *the* crypto currency of the black market. Monero has no competition in that market, and it leaves no room for another coin to prove itself. Worst case scenario, Monero is outlawed and rejected by all law abiding citizens of the world. Monero would eventually replace blackmarket currencies and make some black market practices, like money laundering and off shore banking, entirely unnecessary. > > There is no need for slow, extremely expensive off shore banking practices that carry privacy risks (like the Panama papers that leaked account holder's names) and security risks (like the government reforms that have lead to account confiscations). Monero is cheaper, faster, easier, safer, and more private. It makes off shore banking completely obsolete. > > The market cap of gold is about $11 trillion. Low end estimate of the offshore banking market cap is $20 trillion. At $222, the current market cap of Monero is about $4 billion. When Monero's market cap reaches 1% of the low estimate of the illegal global offshore banking market, that will make each Monero worth more than $11,000. > > https://www.forbes.com/sites/frederickallen/2012/07/23/super-rich-hide-21-trillion-offshore-study-says/?sh=191f47fa6ba6 > > Monero will inevitably become a major currency of the future. Probably nothing can stop that, so you may as well think about your privacy and choose to use it to protect your perfectly legal transactions too. Fortunately, Monero is designed to be a currency, not a store of value with a fixed supply that discourages spending. > > Black market adoption will put buy pressure on XMR, and that demand will slowly drive the price up. Monero may not be the fastest growing investment opportunity, but that's what makes it a better currency. I can't name an investment that would be lower risk, or name a better crypto currency. ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Monero) to find submissions for other topics.

Mentions:#EVER#XMR#BTC

Nope never EVER gonna happen

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Let's not completely dismiss Metamask from being *partially* to blame. Every post like this it's all the same, yet nobody EVER asks "why is it so easy to sign a transaction after clicking a malicious link"? Metamask ABSOLUTELY could do more to mitigate the vast number of people falling for scams. Metamask can ABSOLUTELY add some verbiage that **clearly** identifies the contract, contract owner, etc etc for the txo you're about to sign... ... But they don't. Why? Cause like Apple products, they prefer form over function. It has to look pretty & and be so easy to use grandma can use it. We'll guess what comes with that? The need to minimize every facet of user interaction. That means a glaring message in different colored font explaining all the juicy details of who you're about to approve to move your shit is just totally ugly and out of the question! [insert massive eye roll here]

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#Monero Pro-Arguments Below is a Monero pro-argument written by roberthonker. > **Taken from /u\/awhodothey's submission from last round** > > Assume no consumers ever care about privacy. Assume everyone is totally fine with all of their finances and purchase records being 100% visible on the blockchain to anyone who EVER pays or receives crypto from them once. Or assume crypto never catches on enough for casual consumers to realize they don't want every company to know every detail of their life... Monero will still succeed. Monero's real world market adoption will still continue to grow. > > Assume Monero was banned by every country in the world. Monero is the only coin who's market cap would be projected to increase even if it was completely banned, because Monero is the preferred coin of the black market, and black market activities are, by definition, already banned by law. > > The market cap of the black market is the market cap of every commercial activity that governments physically cannot stop. Monero's usage, market cap and price are increasing as the black market very slowly adopts Monero- despite the fact that most exchanges have already delisted XMR. Monero is the only multi-billion dollar coin that is known to have no chance at being listed on some of the biggest exchanges. So why is it worth so much still? Because unlike every other crypto, Monero is actually used as an exchange currency in the real world. > > The global black market is currently estimated to be over $10 trillion/year- larger than the economy of every country in Europe. If the global black market were a country it would be the second or third largest economy in the world. > > https://www.forbes.com/sites/benzingainsights/2011/11/07/rise-of-the-shadow-economy-second-largest-economy-in-the-world/?sh=4198b6cf4a0e > > The anonymity of Monero is comparable to the anonymity of cash, but Monero is much cheaper and faster than cash transfers. Further, because Monero does not need to be physically transfered or stored, it is much safer and greatly reduces the risk of violence and theft to black market participants. > > But what if every single centralized exchange removed Monero? It's too late. All the necessary pieces are already on the board. Atomic swaps with bitcoin are live, and wallets are rushing to integrate decentralized, trustless BTC to XMR exchange. Secret Network already has a tokenized version of Monero (sXMR) on the testnet of Secret Swap (a private, decentralized exchange that anyone can use without KYC). Every major crypto will be convertible to Monero. And options like "localMonero" already exist for anyone who wants to convert cash or refillable debit cards directly to Monero. > > Monero is the leading privacy coin, and the only trustless privacy coin with a network effect and proven track record of real world use. It is privacy by default, and users have no risk of forgetting to enable privacy. The Monero network is highly decentralized and open source and does not require users to trust its creators. The community is active and passionately unified around the core objectives of creating a real decentralized currency that is private. The IRS's bounty for anyone who can crack Monero is a testament to years of proven success. > > Monero is *the* crypto currency of the black market. Monero has no competition in that market, and it leaves no room for another coin to prove itself. Worst case scenario, Monero is outlawed and rejected by all law abiding citizens of the world. Monero would eventually replace blackmarket currencies and make some black market practices, like money laundering and off shore banking, entirely unnecessary. > > There is no need for slow, extremely expensive off shore banking practices that carry privacy risks (like the Panama papers that leaked account holder's names) and security risks (like the government reforms that have lead to account confiscations). Monero is cheaper, faster, easier, safer, and more private. It makes off shore banking completely obsolete. > > The market cap of gold is about $11 trillion. Low end estimate of the offshore banking market cap is $20 trillion. At $222, the current market cap of Monero is about $4 billion. When Monero's market cap reaches 1% of the low estimate of the illegal global offshore banking market, that will make each Monero worth more than $11,000. > > https://www.forbes.com/sites/frederickallen/2012/07/23/super-rich-hide-21-trillion-offshore-study-says/?sh=191f47fa6ba6 > > Monero will inevitably become a major currency of the future. Probably nothing can stop that, so you may as well think about your privacy and choose to use it to protect your perfectly legal transactions too. Fortunately, Monero is designed to be a currency, not a store of value with a fixed supply that discourages spending. > > Black market adoption will put buy pressure on XMR, and that demand will slowly drive the price up. Monero may not be the fastest growing investment opportunity, but that's what makes it a better currency. I can't name an investment that would be lower risk, or name a better crypto currency. ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Monero) to find submissions for other topics.

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Doesn't matter, you NEVER EVER tell how much you own. Not in a throwaway, not in a non-throwaway, not even to your effing mother-in-law. God damn. I thought that was clear to everyone.

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Down voting this post. You never, EVER tell how much Bitcoin you own.

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Nobody knows if it will EVER happen

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Why would you EVER sell at a loss? I bought SOL in 2021 and at one time lost 80% and it recovered, I sold and took a small profit.

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I'll never understand how someone thinks something that was created by a business for profit, pre-mined to comp insiders and then marketed simply to gain investors would EVER be worth a shit compared to something like Bitcoin. I'll never buy anything centralized or pre-mined Very happy to only hold BTC.

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> Anonymous comments about bitcoin, even going back to 2010, are not what bitcoin is. OK, in that case should I stop reading your anonymous comment right here? > Bitcoin is what it is. A global, decentralized monetary network. …it’s objectively terrible money though. Slow, energy inefficient, and expensive to transact with. I’d also argue that the system it employs to incentivise security is pushing it to be more centralised over time. In my opinion the addition of ordinals has further pushed it from this mantra of ‘it is what it is’, too. Now it’s more like ‘it is what the miners want it to be, so they can maximise their profit’. > If bitcoin was $1000 a transaction, it would STILL be revolutionary. A decentralized monetary network not controlled by anyone is revolutionary. At $1000 per transaction, BTC would be effectively unusable as money, and therefore completely pointless. That said I agree BTC will always be revolutionary, even if I think it’s failed as money at this point. The only real use BTC has these days is trading it, speculation. > So many people here have drunk the shitcoin kool-aid thinking fast/cheap transactions on a centralized blockchain are somehow better than slow/expensive ones on a decentralized blockchain. There it is. Anything that’s not BTC is centralised and a shitcoin. Got it. > It doesn't work that way. If I want fast/cheap transactions I'll just use Venmo or even just cash. Why would you EVER choose to use a currency with high fees? About the only answer I can think of is for privacy - in which case Monero would easily win out over BTC anyway. > Don't get me wrong, I would like bitcoin transaction costs to decrease. But if they don't, it's still better than a centralized system. You are aware there are MULTIPLE cheaper decentralised alternatives to BTC?

Mentions:#BTC#EVER

#Monero Pro-Arguments Below is a Monero pro-argument written by roberthonker. > **Taken from /u\/awhodothey's submission from last round** > > Assume no consumers ever care about privacy. Assume everyone is totally fine with all of their finances and purchase records being 100% visible on the blockchain to anyone who EVER pays or receives crypto from them once. Or assume crypto never catches on enough for casual consumers to realize they don't want every company to know every detail of their life... Monero will still succeed. Monero's real world market adoption will still continue to grow. > > Assume Monero was banned by every country in the world. Monero is the only coin who's market cap would be projected to increase even if it was completely banned, because Monero is the preferred coin of the black market, and black market activities are, by definition, already banned by law. > > The market cap of the black market is the market cap of every commercial activity that governments physically cannot stop. Monero's usage, market cap and price are increasing as the black market very slowly adopts Monero- despite the fact that most exchanges have already delisted XMR. Monero is the only multi-billion dollar coin that is known to have no chance at being listed on some of the biggest exchanges. So why is it worth so much still? Because unlike every other crypto, Monero is actually used as an exchange currency in the real world. > > The global black market is currently estimated to be over $10 trillion/year- larger than the economy of every country in Europe. If the global black market were a country it would be the second or third largest economy in the world. > > https://www.forbes.com/sites/benzingainsights/2011/11/07/rise-of-the-shadow-economy-second-largest-economy-in-the-world/?sh=4198b6cf4a0e > > The anonymity of Monero is comparable to the anonymity of cash, but Monero is much cheaper and faster than cash transfers. Further, because Monero does not need to be physically transfered or stored, it is much safer and greatly reduces the risk of violence and theft to black market participants. > > But what if every single centralized exchange removed Monero? It's too late. All the necessary pieces are already on the board. Atomic swaps with bitcoin are live, and wallets are rushing to integrate decentralized, trustless BTC to XMR exchange. Secret Network already has a tokenized version of Monero (sXMR) on the testnet of Secret Swap (a private, decentralized exchange that anyone can use without KYC). Every major crypto will be convertible to Monero. And options like "localMonero" already exist for anyone who wants to convert cash or refillable debit cards directly to Monero. > > Monero is the leading privacy coin, and the only trustless privacy coin with a network effect and proven track record of real world use. It is privacy by default, and users have no risk of forgetting to enable privacy. The Monero network is highly decentralized and open source and does not require users to trust its creators. The community is active and passionately unified around the core objectives of creating a real decentralized currency that is private. The IRS's bounty for anyone who can crack Monero is a testament to years of proven success. > > Monero is *the* crypto currency of the black market. Monero has no competition in that market, and it leaves no room for another coin to prove itself. Worst case scenario, Monero is outlawed and rejected by all law abiding citizens of the world. Monero would eventually replace blackmarket currencies and make some black market practices, like money laundering and off shore banking, entirely unnecessary. > > There is no need for slow, extremely expensive off shore banking practices that carry privacy risks (like the Panama papers that leaked account holder's names) and security risks (like the government reforms that have lead to account confiscations). Monero is cheaper, faster, easier, safer, and more private. It makes off shore banking completely obsolete. > > The market cap of gold is about $11 trillion. Low end estimate of the offshore banking market cap is $20 trillion. At $222, the current market cap of Monero is about $4 billion. When Monero's market cap reaches 1% of the low estimate of the illegal global offshore banking market, that will make each Monero worth more than $11,000. > > https://www.forbes.com/sites/frederickallen/2012/07/23/super-rich-hide-21-trillion-offshore-study-says/?sh=191f47fa6ba6 > > Monero will inevitably become a major currency of the future. Probably nothing can stop that, so you may as well think about your privacy and choose to use it to protect your perfectly legal transactions too. Fortunately, Monero is designed to be a currency, not a store of value with a fixed supply that discourages spending. > > Black market adoption will put buy pressure on XMR, and that demand will slowly drive the price up. Monero may not be the fastest growing investment opportunity, but that's what makes it a better currency. I can't name an investment that would be lower risk, or name a better crypto currency. ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Monero) to find submissions for other topics.

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Fine > The issue isn’t that I cannot find some prepaid credit card that will sell my bitcoin, convert to fiat, and then buy the hotdog (although that would be useful). fwiw I did this in 2016 (maybe 15) with [XAPO](https://www.xapobank.com/), used it once and thought "how hard is it for me to get the bitcoin back vs. sell the btc for fiat cheaper (better rates than their CC charged) and use a normal credit card" then never used it again. Its a great idea if you dont understand or care about the scarcity of Bitcoin Currently you could use these though if you wanted: https://www.brex.com/ https://venmo.com/about/creditcard/ https://www.gemini.com/credit-card Or use cash transfer/stock/crypto trading apps like https://cash.app/ (US) https://www.revolut.com/ (European) Note: there are also underground cards where small teams figure out workarounds for rich people in "crypto" to use... there is a market for everything if you really wanna look >nation states will not let their currencies go quietly into that dark night, so we have to be prepared for some friction. Agreed but as long as central banks keep looking out for the wealthiest in every country, you will always have people finding alternative barter and trade options, than using the approved banks or money systems in place We could move to gold or silver for all I care, as a value proposition, as long as everyone agrees There will still be all these things about BTC (open source code, limited supply, blockchain/ledger open to all) that other currencies and assets won't provide EVER, if they get to keep their system the way it currently is

Mentions:#CC#BTC#EVER

HAAHHAAH the bears are so SAD RIGHT NOW!!! YO BEARS!!!! YO!!!!! yo yo yo!!!! LOOK AT BITCOIN RIGHT NOW. Read it. Fucking read it. What does it say? YUP 43k LMAOOOOOOOOOOO poor sad bears. Yall need to STOP SELLING HAHAAHAHAH WE WONT DIP EVER!! Its a bull market!!!!! HAHAAHAAHA love it. Love bear tears yum. Drink bear tears yum. So yummu!!!!

If BTC were to EVER become a WRC it would require massive restructuring of the blockchain resulting in something that would be BTC, in name ONLY.

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The amount of people since the CryptoPalooza of 21' who jumped on their soapbox and attempted to spew their "Expertise" to any/everyone who would click on their cleverly worded YouTube title was ridiculous. They all just tried to cash in on the hype and that's what led to people like Sam Bankman-fried, Alex Mashinsky, Do Kwon and a huge list of celebrities like Jake Paul, Lindsay Lohan, Soulja boy haha. It was all perfectly orchestrated and hyped up with little to no oversight at the time.. it was like the biggest & longest pump and dump EVER!

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Don't you ever give up, you hear me EVER... ;)

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Ill take those odds. The answer is still Zero. There is zero percent chance the superpower of the day whether it be USA, China or a basket of basket cases called BRICS will EVER have a reserve currency they cant print.

Mentions:#USA#EVER

Listen. This is the kind of thing that feels like "I'm not dumb enough to fall for this kind of thing" but you ( and I ) are 1 single fucked up contract away from giving away the farm to some asshole who understands the code better. The easiest defence - don't EVER take the lazy way out. If you have SIGNIFICANT amounts of value at stake ( whatever that means to you ) please take the time to use the network(s) to your advantage. Make burner wallets - and transfer small amounts to them to be sure before major transactions. The math is made for burner wallets and patient people. Sigh

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The community should be working to help ensure this never EVER happens. Instead people say "that sucks" and forget about it. The fact that it's so easy to sign malicious transactions is an absolute joke. This is what happens when engineers design user interfaces. For example, why the hell do we have a blacklist function in ERC-20? What possible purpose does that serve to the community? It goes against the entire point of crypto.

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I worked at a bank for 8 years.... NEVER, EVER get a safe deposit box. They are not insured and there is always a chance of them accidentally clearing it out on you.

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I max out any sats and anticipating the current month, my strat is to sell some btc if i EVER need to. I adjust my lifestyle accordingly

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I mean what I said is a generalization of course, there's more than that to it, but at the end of the day, I'm like you where I have a hard time figuring out where it comes from and why it sticks on some people the way it does... Like... all they have to do is go look into it! If you like the crypto community... how can you like Elon Musk? The guy has rug pulled the community hard if not harder than the worst youtube crypto shyster around... why do they support him so much? I had a guy say it's because he helped so many people learn about crypto... to which i said 'yea and then he took their money'... nobody EVER responds to the second part directly lol. I'm pro crypto... I am anti every single person out there that snows people into THEIR investment before dumping their coffers for THEIR profit. This is exactly why people don't trust the space and call it things like 'ponzi scheme', and Elon Musk is one of the people who has done just that, and more than once... but I mean, not everyone cares I guess, and not everyone cares enough to learn past what they think will make them rich... But I'm generalizing again... Ah well, rant over. Best of luck out there friend.

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What's the value of BTC? Well how about this, it's considered THE MOST secure piece of sofware EVER created by humans - to this date. Hows that for value?

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Exchanges aren't expensive, ETH fees are. People will never talk about this, but BTC is too slow and ETH is too expensive to move for them to EVER be part of widespread adoption where crypto is actually used for daily tasks and to make payments. If we ever see mass adoption, it's going to be because something new comes along that's faster, cheaper, and MUCH easier for the common person to use.

Mentions:#ETH#BTC#EVER
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As a currency? Is shit. As a ways to make money? if you time it right. As a currency would be impossible to work because limited quantity means you would starve. As it stands now the 1% would have 95% of Bitcoin. The rest would struggle for 5%. You would never EVER go out of poverty. Like ever. You were born in poverty? You will die in it. And with every bitcoin the 1% will acquire you would become even poorer. The 1% will decide how much money the rest of the world will have at any given time. Because there is nothing the world can do. It's a finite resource. That's it. Prices would change from one day to another how the 1% would like. You can cry about FIAT... but no matter how the USA will do it, if they fuck too much the repercursions are felt everywhere not just by the poor. Which changes the outcome. People don't really understand the imbalance of power bitcoin can produce. Omfg.

Mentions:#EVER#USA
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As someone who started stacking in December 2017, just hold it for now. Maybe in 2028 / 2029 you can use a TINY portion if you have an urge to splurge. I used some to buy a new 65” OLED G3 and finish my PC build. Some will say to hold forever, I used to do that too. But to further the network I think it’s good to spend a little to secure the price of BTC. DO NOT EVER sell ALL of your BTC. Even after splurging a little, it’ll take maybe 6 months of work to recover what I sold. So only sell a little if you have an urge to.

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I mean EVER. Not just since this last bull run.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

>I'd say Broken Money gives the reader a much broader sense of the fiat money system but Bitcoin Standard is simpler and very effective. Name one single thing, which was profound, from "Broken Money". Name for me one. I have heard people talk about it like 100 times, but no one can EVER name a single thing which she wrote about which was insightful or eye-opening.

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Not sure why everyone thinks it has to be so binary, i.e. sell everything or keep it all. Over the years I've heard so many people regret they sold all of their BTC and on the flip side wishing they had sold at the peak (however in the long term it has always worked out for the good) NEVER EVER sell all of your stack. Sell half of it, then you get to pay off debt but you also have the massive upside potential. I've only ever sold a portion and I'm happy I have, I sold some at £6k, some at £45. Do I regret selling at £6k, not really as it cleared my debts and I still had half my stack to benefit from the upside. Selling everything is opening yourself up for long term regret.

Mentions:#BTC#EVER

This this this. If your altcoin of choice hasn't already been pumping throughout 2023, it's probably a loser. And I'm 50/50 on whether Bitcoin EVER hits a new ATH.

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Yeah no offense but no one here is ever EVER touching some app that a random person posts on Reddit. Thats literally 'How to get scammed and lose your entire life in seconds 101' right there.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Maths: There will only EVER be 2,100,000,000,000,000 Satoshi's "Two quadrillion one trillion."

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

NOONE CAN EVER RIP YOUR BTC. Never sell it, keep stacking, fuck em hoes, they deserve fiat at best

Mentions:#EVER#BTC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

so if i store my crypto on a Trezor i will not make profits because it is off the exchange ? OMG - that is the craziest question EVER asked here ! congrats to you - please sell everything , educate yourself and than come back ! wtf

Mentions:#OMG#EVER

If you are EVER going to fomo, now seems about the most stress free time to do it

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Nothing is screwed up, institutions can't even begin to start buying until tomorrow. The 6 percent jump today is purely retail pumping the price. Wait til the billions upon billions start to flow over the next few months, right into a halving supply shock coupled with the greatest demand for an asset EVER. So excited for the future guys, we are early adopters of the greatest asset of all time. Just keep accumulating and try to relax and enjoy life.

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YUP FUCK THE BEARS!!!! Bears cant EVER win!!! They never win!!! WHY? CUZ THEY CANT LMAO POOOOOOOOR BEARS. Notice how no bears are talking anymore? HAHAHA bears are so sad. So so so so sad and poor. Sooooo sad hahahahaha CYA BEARS!!!!

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Because these companies don’t EVER do anything illegal…

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Looks like bitcoinpaperwallet dot com [Many reports](https://www.coindesk.com/tech/2021/02/24/bitcoinpaperwallet-back-door-responsible-for-millions-in-missing-funds-research-suggests/) of stolen funds with it. Do not EVER let websites generate keys for you. Paper wallets are obsolete. Hardware wallet only from now on.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Looks like bitcoinpaperwallet dot com Site was probably OK at the beginning (still extremely unsafe) until it was sold to a new owner. Many reports of lost funds with it. Do not EVER let websites generate keys for you. Paper wallets are obsolete. Hardware wallet only from now on.

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#Monero Pro-Arguments Below is a Monero pro-argument written by roberthonker. > **Taken from /u\/awhodothey's submission from last round** > > Assume no consumers ever care about privacy. Assume everyone is totally fine with all of their finances and purchase records being 100% visible on the blockchain to anyone who EVER pays or receives crypto from them once. Or assume crypto never catches on enough for casual consumers to realize they don't want every company to know every detail of their life... Monero will still succeed. Monero's real world market adoption will still continue to grow. > > Assume Monero was banned by every country in the world. Monero is the only coin who's market cap would be projected to increase even if it was completely banned, because Monero is the preferred coin of the black market, and black market activities are, by definition, already banned by law. > > The market cap of the black market is the market cap of every commercial activity that governments physically cannot stop. Monero's usage, market cap and price are increasing as the black market very slowly adopts Monero- despite the fact that most exchanges have already delisted XMR. Monero is the only multi-billion dollar coin that is known to have no chance at being listed on some of the biggest exchanges. So why is it worth so much still? Because unlike every other crypto, Monero is actually used as an exchange currency in the real world. > > The global black market is currently estimated to be over $10 trillion/year- larger than the economy of every country in Europe. If the global black market were a country it would be the second or third largest economy in the world. > > https://www.forbes.com/sites/benzingainsights/2011/11/07/rise-of-the-shadow-economy-second-largest-economy-in-the-world/?sh=4198b6cf4a0e > > The anonymity of Monero is comparable to the anonymity of cash, but Monero is much cheaper and faster than cash transfers. Further, because Monero does not need to be physically transfered or stored, it is much safer and greatly reduces the risk of violence and theft to black market participants. > > But what if every single centralized exchange removed Monero? It's too late. All the necessary pieces are already on the board. Atomic swaps with bitcoin are live, and wallets are rushing to integrate decentralized, trustless BTC to XMR exchange. Secret Network already has a tokenized version of Monero (sXMR) on the testnet of Secret Swap (a private, decentralized exchange that anyone can use without KYC). Every major crypto will be convertible to Monero. And options like "localMonero" already exist for anyone who wants to convert cash or refillable debit cards directly to Monero. > > Monero is the leading privacy coin, and the only trustless privacy coin with a network effect and proven track record of real world use. It is privacy by default, and users have no risk of forgetting to enable privacy. The Monero network is highly decentralized and open source and does not require users to trust its creators. The community is active and passionately unified around the core objectives of creating a real decentralized currency that is private. The IRS's bounty for anyone who can crack Monero is a testament to years of proven success. > > Monero is *the* crypto currency of the black market. Monero has no competition in that market, and it leaves no room for another coin to prove itself. Worst case scenario, Monero is outlawed and rejected by all law abiding citizens of the world. Monero would eventually replace blackmarket currencies and make some black market practices, like money laundering and off shore banking, entirely unnecessary. > > There is no need for slow, extremely expensive off shore banking practices that carry privacy risks (like the Panama papers that leaked account holder's names) and security risks (like the government reforms that have lead to account confiscations). Monero is cheaper, faster, easier, safer, and more private. It makes off shore banking completely obsolete. > > The market cap of gold is about $11 trillion. Low end estimate of the offshore banking market cap is $20 trillion. At $222, the current market cap of Monero is about $4 billion. When Monero's market cap reaches 1% of the low estimate of the illegal global offshore banking market, that will make each Monero worth more than $11,000. > > https://www.forbes.com/sites/frederickallen/2012/07/23/super-rich-hide-21-trillion-offshore-study-says/?sh=191f47fa6ba6 > > Monero will inevitably become a major currency of the future. Probably nothing can stop that, so you may as well think about your privacy and choose to use it to protect your perfectly legal transactions too. Fortunately, Monero is designed to be a currency, not a store of value with a fixed supply that discourages spending. > > Black market adoption will put buy pressure on XMR, and that demand will slowly drive the price up. Monero may not be the fastest growing investment opportunity, but that's what makes it a better currency. I can't name an investment that would be lower risk, or name a better crypto currency. ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Monero) to find submissions for other topics.

Mentions:#EVER#XMR#BTC

Everything he does is a scam. Afaik he also has alt account/s. Do **NOT EVER** open ANY links from ANYONE that contacts you on private from this sub!!

Mentions:#EVER

I would let them store a trivial amount under a custodian, but if they were going big, I would educate them on an air-gapped hardware wallet. I would make absolutely clear under no circumstances do they EVER share their seed phrase to another party. A trivial amount is one thing. If that’s 1 BTC to you then fine. But if this is your nest egg, I would HODL it personally. Much easier to reduce attack vectors. I just read Robinhood’s terms and disclosures for their crypto division. No FDIC insurance. SOME cybersecurity insurance. Again… you’re hoping “Robinhood” (regular ass people like you) are smarter than you are. I just doubt it. I can hold my own stack. Good luck sir.

NEVER EVER reply to pms on redit. And never ever enter a seed phrase on to a computer.

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Please check out my edit. Mark Douglas wrote about fucking astrology. Literal astrology. Not just finically astrology. Just because you went from a loser to a “still not beating a fucking index aka the market” doesn’t make you a “winner”. I can go out on a limb and say that in 30 years I have a much higher net worth than you. I don’t need someone to “teach” me some financial astrology to make me not a fucking loser. I own a house, a metric fuck ton of index funds and a nice crypto portfolio. I’m not even going to mention anything else I own because I can almost bet that if you had to spend money on financial astrology you are not well off. You are making sub market rates using sub market strategies. Another laughable thing about mark douglas. The construction company I co-own did more in profit than he made his entire trading career in the past 2 years. Absolute fucking joke for someone to have “figured out the market through astrology”. I haven’t even figured out the construction industry (1.8T industry) and our company makes more fucking money than this guy claiming to figure out the stock market with fucking charts and graphs (100 TRILLION dollar industry). There’s a reason hedge funds and index’s have a much higher AUM than any chart readers fund will EVER have. That’s because the people with money (winners) aren’t prone to falling to the bullshit snake oil you are trying to sell me. I too have read plenty of books. I highly suggest you read an few oldies but a very good super simple and super introductory to “trading” and investing. The intelligent investor and a random walk down Wall Street. Both mind sets will absolutely un fuck your situation where you are using financial astrology as your basis for trying to “win”.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

You can bet 10000% of the time whatever he says it’s gonna do the opposite. Never EVER fails

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

With regards to the USB device: do ot EVER plugin an unknown device. It can very easily wipe out/destroy/lock/infect your system by only plugging it in. You don't have to click on anything to make it perform it's action. It can be programmed to auto execute when it is plugged in to a computer.

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I've stopped reading at " received a message stating to submit a ticket"... Most obvious scam EVER. There's no ticket anywhere in crypto... You're alone, by yourself. When you don't know, you always start with a small amount... If it works, then you're good to go.

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How you can divert from your (incorrect) statement that "a fixed supply of 21M EVER is not inflation" (while inflation is defined by the increase in supply to the PRESENT supply, so every increase is inflation, every decrease - lost coins, burn,... - is deflation) to a non-discussion about decimals? Nevertheless, you are wrong again if you just say there are no decimals since he was talking about BTC. You just make it look so by switching to sats (yes, we know that's how the calculations are done in the software) but even then there's a "decimal" limitation (instead of 8 it's 0), due to the roundings you mentioned. Actually, there are already roundings way before we come to these last rewards : in 7 halvings, we have the first one. And we all know that's because the initial mining reward of 5,000,000,000 was not a power of 2. Therefore (and because halvings are happening each 210,000 blocks), we can't even say there's exactly 21M (unless there's somewhere an adjustment in the calculations, I didn't check the algorithm, anyway it's irrelevant).

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I scrolled back through comments going 6 months back and the last time I EVER replied to a message of yours was in relation to people hating on SOL.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I am not selling my DOGE under 1$, EVER.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

SAME AS IT EVER WAS

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Back in 2018 my safe with my crypto encrypted on a drive, was stolen during an armed home invasion at my family home (they didn't even know I had crypto or likely what crypto even was, I'm a medical cannabis user and I believe they were looking for grow ops, weed and money, etc). My crypto would be worth about a million usd now. I never fully recovered from the ordeal and it really fucked everything up, financially and otherwise. I ended up on disability and still haven't been able to get back on my feet. You don't hear anything for one reason. Nothing EVER happens. The police did less than nothing. They didn't properly take our statements, or the descriptions of the suspects and their vehicles, the firearms, etc. Almost 5 years later the coins have never moved and never will. They have gone in to the ether, and the hard drives have likely gone in to a landfill. I even got permission and looked around the local landfill trying to find them. I did everything I could think of. Now that I have somewhat mentally recovered, I've been trying to get back in to crypto but van only afford to DCA $50 per month. You don't hear anything because the crypto is always lost permanently, and most people just move on and don't want to salt the wound by talking about it.

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I shouldn't have watched this. Fuck, I now believe the ETFs are a very bad idea and the central bankers plot to bring bitcoin under their control and effectively destroy it. Why suddenly the 180° turn of all those bankers and asset managers. It's the biggest threat to their business EVER. They don't give a shit about bitcoin going to the moon. That money they have to pay all these hundreds of thousands of little bitcoin owners who hope to get rich or at least comfortable is nothing compared to the money they would lose under a bitcoin system. And everybody's gonna sell at a certain price. Arthur Hayes is right and said it perfectly in this article. Once bitcoin stops moving it is doomed and this will happen when everyone's fomo-ing in and buys ETF shares and the buying up of all bitcoin. https://www.newsbtc.com/news/bitcoin/bitcoin-downfall-arthur-hayes/

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

No not a decline, an uptrend. Last halving was may 8, 2022. It literally went up only stsrting that day. It NEVER touched the price from may 8 EVER AGAIN Theres usually a price decline the months prior to halving, which would be from now til april 2024 if it happens. If that happens im just buyin more crypto the entire time it goes down. And u can study btc price history from the chart on tradingview. BUT it takes time to learn to read a chart. It took me a couple weeks to really understand what the chart is showing. U can learn all this from youtube just search “how to read candlestick chart”. Then make a tradingview account and study the charts of coins u like

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I have an unpopular opinion but I’ll say it anyways: I’m a Bitcoin maxi because I want my crypto to store my economic energy over time. I don’t hate Solana, but I’m anti altcoins because it directs energy and attention away from Bitcoin. Bitcoin is money. It is money that is scarce. It is money that 8 billion people will want access to when fiat currencies start tumbling. What bothers me about altcoins like Solana is that they distract people away from the safest money they could have. The amount of crypto bros who don’t understand economics is huge. They don’t understand that inflation is eating away at their purchasing power. They don’t understand that they have a ONCE in a generation opportunity to buy an assets that will be worth MILLIONS and they are choosing altcoins. The worse part is the same people who aren’t buying Bitcoin at 43k will FOMO at 200k. It bothers me that people are missing out on an opportunity. No other crypto is as scarce as Bitcoin. You can buy Ethereum whenever, you can buy Solana wherever, you can buy Bonk wherever, but there will only EVER bebe 21 million Bitcoins and BILLIONAIRES are coming after the last 2 million. I have spent month researching Bitcoin and fiat financial system and I am 100% sure that Billionaires will need some of their wealth outside of USD. Gold is an archaic asset, millennials and gen z don’t care about gold, we want Bitcoin. So Bitcoin will be what millionaires and billionaires diversify into over the next decade. Right now the average person can get a piece of an appreciating gold but in the future when 1 Bitcoin is 1.5 million and 0.1 Bitcoin is 10k the average person will be priced out. That is why I don’t invest in altcoins right now. There is only so long that the average Joe has to frontrun institutions. Once BR and Fidelity are in the space average people will be paying way more to get less sats. I try to tell people to RESEARCH Bitcoin and everything that’s happening with it but the average cryptocurrency user would rather make 1000x on BONK and get fiat. There are gonna be a lot of people who will say “I wish I had bought Bitcoin when it was at 40k.” Solana isn’t scarce but if you prioritize accumulating the non scarce asset over the scarce asset you will lose millions. That’s why I get frustrated by alts/Solana, I think people are prioritizing cryptos that aren’t scarce and won’t give them the sort of wealth that they want. What is the point of making 10k in profit in USD if the buying power of USD is decreasing. Some of y’all are being pound foolish penny wise and I hate it.

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You don’t know what you’re talking about. Ethereum will never get an ETF because it is a security. It does not pass the Howey test. It is an unregistered security. The SEC has never said that Ethereum is a commodity. If Ethereum wants to be an ETF it will have to get regulated as a security which Vitalik won’t do. Let’s say Ethereum gets an ETF, how much Ether exists? If you can’t answer how much Ether exists than what stops it from being paper manipulated like gold? No one know how much gold exists which is why it can be manipulated. There is verifiable proof of how much Bitcoin exists. It’s on the blockchain. There will ONLY EVER BE 21 million Bitcoin. If any ETF tries to create more than 21 million in ETF equivalents that’s obvious fraud. Bitcoin is a SCARCE asset which is why it has such high valuations. Ethereum isn’t scarce. One of the reasons Vitalik moved to POS was so they could try to burn some of the excess ether. Ether is easily manipulated as an ETF and due to the nature of its staking protocol. It will never be worth more than 5k. The value of a crypto is its market cap. Ethereum market cap would have to be in the trillions to get to where Bitcoin is. If you understood ECONOMICS you would understand my position. I’m not being aggressive you just don’t know as much as you think you do about how risk on assets work. You’re clearly gambling because you can’t speak intelligently about the crypto industry. Again, how much Ethereum exists?

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"DO NOT EVER, invest money that you do not have or, are for bills, life, presents for your kids, for your holidays etc" This man, I can never find empathy for people who do this.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Oh come on. No one EVER knows if the asset you're buying will take value 100%. Do you tell rich old people who put money into ETFs over decades that is now worth millions that they had no idea what they were doing....they just got lucky? Or someone who's 401k is growing each year that they are just guessing and not a real investor? > but it doesn't change the fact that if you were 100% sure it would make you money, you're not a real investissor I never said I was 100%....but at this point in time of being over 8 years in this space I do think I know exactly what I'm doing and I'm up massively and most likely will retire in the next 2 years because of it.

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My point is that it is a point of vulnerability. People should not interact with any dapps or web3 websites with their main wallet \*\*EVER.\*\* The safest way is to send a bit of crypto from their main wallet to a brand new created wallet and use that for having fun in the crypto space. I promise you that defi/web3 apps are not hiring high level cybersecurity experts to properly secure their code. 3rd party audits are better than nothing, but just doing one audit is not enough for proper security. They would need to be doing quarterly audits just to mostly keep up with new exploits that are constantly being developed by bad actors.

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It’s a non-risky investment when it becomes boring. Safe investments always give consistent, SMALL returns. Crypto would need to be able to prove it can do that over a decade or more. Assuming it EVER becomes a non-risky investment, by the time it DOES become a non-risky investment, it won’t be possible to make 10x or 100x returns overnight. So most people aren’t going to care about it, and it will just be a boring, every day part of life.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What EVER the person at that time is willing to buy it for. Simple commerce.

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