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Sheikha Grok | Embark on a majestic quest with Sheikha Grok | Guided by the brilliance of vibrant green candles lighting our way | Presale is live on Pinksale

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How I purchased one full coin within 6 months while on minimum wage.

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You can still use Bitcoin Lightning in a decentralized way - Here's is a quick and easy 2-hour tutorial on how to use Lightning without centralized services

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Best Place to Trade BTC for Spot?

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Scammed by Dabwoods

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Equivalent of Gumtree or FB market with bitcoin?

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metamask hack -- lost all my savings ($130k)

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https://pro.goforex.app/28FB?af_dp=goforex%253A%252F%252F&inviteeUuid=65468f0b59a277002565e4f4&af_referrer_customer_id=65468f0b59a277002565e4f4&c=User_invite&inviteVerification=bb4c67877f41c7c448bd1393ca2f9d69&af_referrer_uid=1699122816482-5502487396344192482&pid=af_app_invites&af_siteid=com.tiim.go

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need desperate help

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Need Professional Help Please

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[Help] A$26,975.17 stuck on my Binance account (05/11/23) + screenshots

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Steps on Mastering your Mindset 😇

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2011 mining and trying to tell others

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This showed up on my FB feed. So confused…

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The “New Greater Fool Theory”…. You have two choices today, I will explain:

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People are slowly asking the right questions

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Help from anyone in crypto

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Help from anyone (crypto newbie speaking)

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Who is this guy comes in every crypto telegram channel ad on FB/Instagram? Anyone knows?

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$15,000 gone in 15 seconds

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Empower Your Digital Resilience with InteliSecure Solutions 🔍🔒🚀

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Is it possible for funds to be compromised on a specific blockchain, while leaving assets on other blockchains untouched on Metamask?

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Wrappdoge | WDOGE | LP Burnt | Renounced Ownership |1000x Potential Coin | Massive Marketing | Expert team | Ethereum Chain

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Help pro pls

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CBDCs are JUST like fiat!

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$WCAKE | Wrapped Cake 2.0 | Launching 10.07.2023 15:00 UTC| Experienced Team

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My high risk crypto bets for 2023

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$SNIPE: dividends every time someone sells! (raffle event ends in 3 hours!)

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Binance US is halting all USD business and going CRYPTO ONLY.

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EU fines Facebook 1.3 Billion over transferring user information to the US. Regular firms suffer data hacks/breaches everyday in addition out outright selling user info. Do we really want web3 where personal and financial info are held together on the same platforms?

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Rug Me Harder - Merlin Dex

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Dear business owners! anyone struggling to generate optimum ROAS from their performance marketing campaigns? I am offering a free Google and FB performance account audit for a limited time!

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[Serious] Is Bitcoin secure? A reaction to “BTC whales are waking up, were their wallets hacked?"

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Major vulnerability in Sushiswap RouterProcessor2 Contract. Please revoke allowances ASAP.

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Bob Lee was a Target, MobileCoin Was revolutionary, a threat for big profits in Big tech's data collection sector, undermined data collection services, and advertisers.

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Since the SEC (Gensler) is unjustly coming after crypto, who wants to begin a crowdfunded class-action lawsuit against the SEC?

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BTC Adoption - I now include “I accept Bitcoin payments” in the descriptions on all of my FB Marketplace listings. You can too!

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An Open letter to Charles Hoskinson, in ref to an existing open letter

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An Open letter to Charles Hoskinson, in ref to an existing open letter:

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Cummuniti adult streaming platform KYC is almost ready! It will be live soon! %0 taxes, lp locked for 100 years. The adult szn is here! Don’t fade while it’s cheap!

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CUMINU Token - cummuniti adult streaming platform is almost ready! %0 taxes, lp locked for 100 years, $2m mcap. The adult szn is here!

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The world class cummuniti adult platform is almost here! Developed by CUMINU token. Platform MVP 95% complete! Don’t fade the adult szn!

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Not another Forecast !!

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Unlock the Magic of the Addams Family with Wednesday Coin | Fan-Powered Cryptocurrency Token | Connect with Fans, Trade Tokens, and Have Fun | 80% Circulating Supply | Memecoin that Pays 5% BUSD Dividend for Holders

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Unlock the Magic of the Addams Family with Wednesday Coin | Fan-Powered Cryptocurrency Token | Connect with Fans, Trade Tokens, and Have Fun | 80% Circulating Supply | Memecoin that Pays 5% BUSD Dividend for Holders

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ML libraries for predicting ETH price

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$1500 DeSci Coin Giveaway and AMA w/ Curecoin, Gridcoin, Etica

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🚀💥Join Uhive Social Media Metaverse That Pays! Receive 🪙 600u Instantly At Signup! Get Paid to Stream & Earn Crypto Daily Just For Logging On & More For Interacting! ALL Countries Welcome, Ages 13+. Have fun meeting New people, buy/sell NFT's, Own A piece of Virtual land🚀💥

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Want crypto advice? Don't be "The average guy".

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An Achilles heel of the Cryptocurrency

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Rubic exchange exploited for nearly $1.4 million days after making an appreciation post for the auditing platform CertiK

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Jack Dorsey is funding someone who was asking for funds a couple months ago, to attack Monero.

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Earning while Playing. Casino Platform with Virtual Farming

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Meta Viral Token / Single Dividend yield-generating contract on the Binance Smart Chain / Next Moonshot / Busd Rewards / No Team Token

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Meta Viral Token is a Single Dividend yield-generating contract on the Binance Smart Chain (BSC): you get rewarded in BUSD instead of tokens

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Meta Viral Token | Low cap Gem | Next Moonshot | Fair Launched

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Update on Student Coin

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Binance (CZ) is misleading users about its regulation stance and user asset storage (Part 3)

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Binance introduces a $1 billion Web3 Recovery Fund

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MetaUtopia in the Sandbox Metaverse 2022

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Wokz Exchange - Decentralized Exchange Powered by Zero-Knowledge Technology - Smart Staking Featured - Utility in place - Verified Contract.

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Wokz Exchange - Decentralized Exchange Powered by Zero-Knowledge Technology - Smart Staking Featured - Utility in place - Verified Contract.

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Accumulation Strategies (For noobs)

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Luna Maniacs | Presale Fair launch on Pinksale 2022.11.10 | SAFU/KYC/Audit | Massive Marketing | CG & CMC prelisting | Dev previous project - did 2000X

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If Twitter integrates DOGE as a payment method, the implications for Moons could be HUGE

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If Twitter integrates DOGE as a payment method, this could have huge implications for Moons.

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Twitter Will become The New Open-Sea !

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Hyped Aptos, created by diem team, but more...

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Welcome to Meta VR Dubai - Metaverse - Verified Contract - Big Partnership - CMC & CG Applied - Smart Staking Featured - Launching Now.

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Facebook's Metaverse Push Is Going Terribly So Facebook Forces Staff To Use Their Metaverse

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Lunc Grow | Passive income in $LUNC | Launched 1month ago | LP Locked 365 days| On a big dip right now MC 80k | DEX LISTING today

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Look into shitcoin

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I don't like it either but FB, IG and TT getting into crypto is bullish af.

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I don't like it either but FB, IG and TT getting into NFT's is bullish af.

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Have you lost friends because of crypto?

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| Manta Ray presale 19th sept 9 am UTC audited KYC’d | the world’s first decentralized ev charging marketplace is getting close to fair launch on pinksale |

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Reddit's CEO want subreddits to be like businesses

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Manta Ray | Presale LIVE TODAY 19th Sept 9 am UTC | Audited| KYC’d

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Manta Ray | presale 19th sept 9 am UTC | Audited | kycd

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King Charles III ($Crown) | Less Than A Day Old | Major Marketing Taking Place | Donations To The Queen's Causes

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Have anyone actually got refund with them, I invested a bit money in this idk if I can really get it back they are asking for 7% gas fees before I can claim my refund and compensation. Pls help!!! (btw this is on their FB page)

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Vault recovery phrase recovers the wrong Vault in MetaMask

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It’s time to sniff around in the Reddit shop. Right?

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Prove my wife wrong

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Question about Facebook's New Metaverse Project.

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The Viking-Doge has just launched Skoll! Join our Community! as we raid, pillage, and conquer all the DeFi World! Our AMM Agregator is in development We will create secure liquidity pools to serve a growing ecosystem of Defi Tokens. We will have liquid staking with high but sustainable rewards!

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The Viking-Doge has just launched Skoll! Join our Community! as we raid, pillage, and conquer all the DeFi World! Our AMM Agregator is in development We will create secure liquidity pools to serve a growing ecosystem of Defi Tokens. We will have liquid staking with high but sustainable rewards!

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Crypto for the homeless - 8/5/22 - Summer update! - Podcast/new zealand/and future goals including celsius relief!

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Crypto for the homeless - Summer update! - Podcast/new zealand/and future goals!

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PiSoccer ($PISO) | Presale on PinkSale | Strong Community | Big Marketing Campaign |

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Metaxgaming Presale Is Live Load your Bags Project is Pushing Marketing And Mooning So Soon!

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Stocks vs Crypto July / Early August 2022 Update

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Any suggestions? Scam

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Why 3AC went bankrupt?

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RATCOIN 2.0 - A token with massive utility for a long-term use | NFTs | Passive Rat Coin Rewards| Philanthropy | Meme Competition | Steallth Launched

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Why do we need crypto? Because it gives the younger generation a fighting chance

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You have a point there... I could sure go for some FB pizza right about now.

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Investing in Crypto is not that hard. All you have to do is watch youtube videos. I can even help you how. There is no “crypto agent” my guy. I suggest join crypto groups on FB. And dont hesitate to ask multiple questions. Thats what I did when I was still learning. If you can still get your funds, get it asap.

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There are many scammers on YT, FB, Insta, TikTok, Telegram promoting crypto investment what not. If they are offering service and accepting your $$$, it is likely a scam. Many would direct ppl to a site that only asks your money/crypto to be deposited with them. At the moment, crypto is best purchased on one's own effort, and keepinig anything purchased in one's own cold wallet is the best policy If not familiar with the purchase, could ask a long time/close friend who is familiar to help, but there is certainly risks with this. Banks, do not offer at the moment purchase and safekeeping of cryptos.

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No, I will look on FB but thought i could get one from here.

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Dive their website for 30 seconds. The flags are red and loud. deeper ya go, the more the claims sound like Chinese translations from AliBaba. Your inner fortune release type stuff. Merkel trees with no Merfle or tree.Then the We are on Sandhill Rd (Palo Alto Google Adobe FB HQ area). THEN, wait for it....Address of company is... Ajeltake Road, Ajeltake Island MH 96960 Majuro Marshall Islands ​ Good luck with that withdraw...RUN

Mentions:#FB#RUN

0xBd5E7849196FB0663B6200760F715149EA27d2a9 Ready for the airdrop! Ready for invest!🐉

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Oooh, yeah I kinda just ignore Twitter and FB unless there is someone I want to follow.

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You are lucky, because there is gross amounts of XRP shilling all over FB and Twitter and Youtube and…

Mentions:#XRP#FB

*"How do we determine this?"* Simply don't follow ANY "influencer", YT, IG, TT, or FB channel, and if you do, believe only the things they got visible proof (in that video) for that. Otherwise, you might as well listen to a random hobo on the street.

Mentions:#IG#TT#FB

Hello! 0xa9C0cdEd336699547aaC4f9De5A11Ada979BC59a is OpenOcean. The hacker swapped your WETH to ETH there. Your funds were first sent to **0xa6738B57f78b1af7F3CC94b107F888d7E40bCD12** which is an intermediary wallet /w this txn - [https://etherscan.io/tx/0x3460eafd59762a34257a316c3a2cca8df5b7ee4c4c4445f6d0d235aa36b03d06](https://etherscan.io/tx/0x3460eafd59762a34257a316c3a2cca8df5b7ee4c4c4445f6d0d235aa36b03d06) There's a couple of deposit addresses here but your funds aren't in there. * 0xc5C4417Cee32E708Ac61C36D656b68402ff87ae5 - ChangeNOW * 0x0302A905F0Ca867646Df0c5F63c6C58F7Ce069cd - AlphaPo Your funds were sent to **0x97dc5b190FB6E8a793803191356aaf6475adf0a7** with this txn - [https://etherscan.io/tx/0x018c66886038db5e17585138643f5a98abe50d1e3047e0c198149f532b8ca82b](https://etherscan.io/tx/0x018c66886038db5e17585138643f5a98abe50d1e3047e0c198149f532b8ca82b) Inside **0x97dc5b190FB6E8a793803191356aaf6475adf0a7** I see a number of deposit addresses where your funds went. Based on the timestamps your funds most likely went into one or multiple of these three deposit addresses * 0x9C6D589B7e6Cea55138A3ea1E0AC615126290ED2 - Binance * 0xa888Abedf5Dff6E6051B7f983B43FC092471C166 - SimpleSwap * 0xaFe8243dC68B0fFfaf4F83a26d99bb33bB61Ebb6 - SimpleSwap This scammer appears to be doing most of his deposits in 20 ETH deposits. Other deposit addresses presumably from more victims include: * 0x13A4679A7A28D0d98Ecb773ac79cEf9B56294669 - FixedFloat * 0x70EB5a38786c83C8B185e3985b44E421Ca03F3Ef - exch * 0x1ca8a5f0816e07751963E5b0cDfe1b18d192dfbe - exch * 0x53c783259eAadADe777fC2d057D3fC0B30c3Dd7f - SimpleSwap * 0x754D98267d0351D842F0de1C28FA27D91c59949A - SimpleSwap This looks like some sort of phishing scam based on the recency of the transactions and other victims involved. Hope this helps!

6 years after this no one uses FB anymore

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Ya know, I remember see a facebook add for BTC at 4K and thinking "Well if it's on FB the secret is out and the gains have already been made" ​ ​ Now here we are lol

Mentions:#BTC#FB

#Web3 Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by excalilbug which won 3rd place in the Web3 Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Let me first explain what is the difference between Web 3.0 and previous versions of the web > > Today Web 1.0 is generally defined as a time when internet was in a read only mode. People were supposed to consume the content and not much else > > Then Web 2.0 came and internet became interactive. People became creators of content and not only consumers > > But the problem is that during Web 2.0 people became products for big companies. Microsoft, Google, Facebook and so on started collecting massive amounts of data about their users > > And this is where Web 3.0 comes into action. **It is supposed to free us from the claws of tech giants**. Thanks to Web 3.0 we should become not only creators but also **owners of things we create and our personal data** > > I will use Facebook as an example. If you create a fan page on Facebook, you might think that you're the owner of that fan page. But in reality you aren't. It's Mark Zuckerberg and his minions who own that fan page. They can suspend it, delete it whenever they wish (of course they usually do it when there is justified reason but still it doesn't change the fact they're the real owners). They can also make changes to terms and services or services themselves (for example they can demand that you pay for using their services - see what happened on Twitter when certain individual took over) > > And now lets see what a Web 3.0 version of Facebook would look like: > > The Web 3.0 Facebook **does not belong to any centralized company**. It is **owned by everyone who uses it** (currently it would probably require you to own native crypto coin/token for such "FB" but in the future it's possible it won't even require that) and everyone can vote on different decisions. Now, when you create a fan page on Web 3.0 Facebook, you really own it. No single person or company can delete your fan page. It will take the majority of **independent** people to take your fan page down if there is something wrong with it (or it will even be impossible, depending on how this "FB" is programmed). > > This makes internet more democratic and takes away a lot of power from big companies. > > ​ > > **TL;DR:** more freedom, less censorship, more privacy, users aren't product anymore but own their internet creations > > ​ > > Sources: > > [https://supraoracles.com/academy/the-pros-and-cons-of-web3/](https://supraoracles.com/academy/the-pros-and-cons-of-web3/) > > [https://www.naukri.com/learning/articles/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-web-3-0/](https://www.naukri.com/learning/articles/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-web-3-0/) > > [https://towardsdev.com/web3-js-how-it-works-pros-cons-and-alternatives-17ab8e803c00](https://towardsdev.com/web3-js-how-it-works-pros-cons-and-alternatives-17ab8e803c00) ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/z9o1s3/general_concepts_web3_proarguments_december_2022/) to be taken to the original topic-thread for this argument or you can scan through the [Cointest Archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive##wiki_web3) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

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Remember you and your are the key 🗝️ for Everything, Hackers need our information ℹ️ to gain to gain SIM from mobile carriers all he need full information then he able to convince them like he lost phone or stolen he might use different techniques. My suggestion stay away from social media sites like FB /Insta which required your real name DOB there hackers can get your name and DOB as well, sometimes they even get your Married Partner name . Now he need address so he will use a bait like sending free gifts to your address to get your real address, Sometimes they even send real gift 🎁. Free Airdrops which required Airdrops also dangerous which required KYC which required all our data. Never show your assets in social media you might be safe.

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1MEPNUnbbAYgLCiR4eUGPhU13Rjmb3n4FB

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I'm pretty sure FB and GOOGL have zero value to some people lol

Mentions:#FB#GOOGL
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Reticent? Did I post my name? This is a burner account I use for financial and real estate related questions. Hardly telling the world about my plans. Honestly, you all would probably never even guess I have this kind of money. I live on a modest budget and shop at Ross. My hobbies include hitting up flea markets for treasures and haggling for stuff I like on FB marketplace. My parents taught me the best kind of wealth talking into a store, being able to by anything in it, and having no one know who you are. I can confirm that's true.

Mentions:#FB

>This remark is not off by saying ADA has been years late in every usable feature in defi. Smart contracts, Stable coins, wallets. What are you talking about ... sol was even later , what does that have to do with anything? Is Twitter a shittier SM platform because it was a few good years later than FB? What is this ridiculous argument?

Mentions:#ADA#FB
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This is the type of shit that's so fucking stupid I can't tell if I'm missing something/reading it wrong over and over etc, like the FB meme of the girl claiming people born in 2010 are 24 years old this year, then explaining how she carried the one, etc.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

More a meme than reality. You can get loans against assets but how will you pay the loans? Also plenty of public evidence to the contrary e.g. Mark Zuckerberg selling tons of FB stock on a daily basis which he is legally obligated to schedule in advance and report.

Mentions:#FB

#Web3 Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by excalilbug which won 3rd place in the Web3 Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Let me first explain what is the difference between Web 3.0 and previous versions of the web > > Today Web 1.0 is generally defined as a time when internet was in a read only mode. People were supposed to consume the content and not much else > > Then Web 2.0 came and internet became interactive. People became creators of content and not only consumers > > But the problem is that during Web 2.0 people became products for big companies. Microsoft, Google, Facebook and so on started collecting massive amounts of data about their users > > And this is where Web 3.0 comes into action. **It is supposed to free us from the claws of tech giants**. Thanks to Web 3.0 we should become not only creators but also **owners of things we create and our personal data** > > I will use Facebook as an example. If you create a fan page on Facebook, you might think that you're the owner of that fan page. But in reality you aren't. It's Mark Zuckerberg and his minions who own that fan page. They can suspend it, delete it whenever they wish (of course they usually do it when there is justified reason but still it doesn't change the fact they're the real owners). They can also make changes to terms and services or services themselves (for example they can demand that you pay for using their services - see what happened on Twitter when certain individual took over) > > And now lets see what a Web 3.0 version of Facebook would look like: > > The Web 3.0 Facebook **does not belong to any centralized company**. It is **owned by everyone who uses it** (currently it would probably require you to own native crypto coin/token for such "FB" but in the future it's possible it won't even require that) and everyone can vote on different decisions. Now, when you create a fan page on Web 3.0 Facebook, you really own it. No single person or company can delete your fan page. It will take the majority of **independent** people to take your fan page down if there is something wrong with it (or it will even be impossible, depending on how this "FB" is programmed). > > This makes internet more democratic and takes away a lot of power from big companies. > > ​ > > **TL;DR:** more freedom, less censorship, more privacy, users aren't product anymore but own their internet creations > > ​ > > Sources: > > [https://supraoracles.com/academy/the-pros-and-cons-of-web3/](https://supraoracles.com/academy/the-pros-and-cons-of-web3/) > > [https://www.naukri.com/learning/articles/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-web-3-0/](https://www.naukri.com/learning/articles/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-web-3-0/) > > [https://towardsdev.com/web3-js-how-it-works-pros-cons-and-alternatives-17ab8e803c00](https://towardsdev.com/web3-js-how-it-works-pros-cons-and-alternatives-17ab8e803c00) ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/z9o1s3/general_concepts_web3_proarguments_december_2022/) to be taken to the original topic-thread for this argument or you can scan through the [Cointest Archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive##wiki_web3) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

Mentions:#FB
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Yeah never put more in your 401K than the company matches. Also if you change jobs get the money out of there and start a rollover IRA. Then you can go to a regular IRA and buy what ever you want. I did that with mine 15 years ago. I had like 45k in there and bought Amazon, FB, Google. Now I'm set. Who knows what that would be worth if it was still in my 401k maybe 150k

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Mentions:#FB#GPT

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Mentions:#FB#GPT

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Mentions:#FB#GPT

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Mentions:#DC#FB#GPT

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Mentions:#AE#FB#DC#GPT

Yup this. Google will rank anything if paid or relevant. Same with FB. Scams off the wazoo!

Mentions:#FB

You don't even recognize the very clear difference between the address format and transaction hash format so shut the fuck up. addresses look like: 0xA9D1e08C7793af67e9d92fe308d5697FB81d3E43 tx hashes look like 0xb492a75891970b48329b5c98db88e0898610dedf291d974ba01f743af24229de You see the difference? Apperently YOU have no idea what the fuck YOU are doing.

Mentions:#FB

Lightning Network is not failing.. I use it frequently and there are TONS of companies (Lightspark, Strike, etc.) that are building on it. The idea it doesn't work is an altcoin narrative. Although false, it makes sense that this narrative would be spread because Lightning obliterates the use cases of many altcoins Also liquid is another L2 that is exploding in use.. especially with the new Aqua Wallet Inscriptions/Ordinals haven't broken Bitcoin, that's another altcoin narrative.. before it was "fees are too low, Bitcoin will lose its security budget".. now it's "fees are too high, people have to pay too much".. and yet Bitcoin keeps chugging along, it's all noise You seem fixated on the "tech" aspect and that somehow Bitcoin could be overtaken as money but then use Apple and Myspace as examples. The reason Apple is dominant is because it has network effect over its competitors (in the US at least).. Bitcoin's network effects are FAR more dominant compared to its peers than Apples are. Myspace had basically no network effects at play when it was overtaken by FB.. Bitcoin is the hardest money and the hardest money always wins. Ethereum and Solana will certainly be valuable platforms for smart contracts and development but they will never be money.. money is a $200T market, far bigger than the markets ETH and SOL are going after

A friend of mine told me about Ethereum around early 2014 and i laughed it away saying that it just a scam. in 2021, that friend moved to another country suddenly without letting anyone know. Now i sometimes see his FB updates about the new luxury car he just bought lol.

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They’re used to be a group back around 2018 but im off FB. They have other conferences however its all in Chinese….and pretty technical in vocabulary. Check FB for info my suggestion.

Mentions:#FB

Buy an already build traveller van and get a gym membership close to work to use for showering. There are already tonnes of people doing this and plenty of FB/instagram groups sharing places to park the night around Sydney.

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About the regions, the logic behind how I created them is that they are simple deviations from the mean. You can see that one of the bands aligns very well with the bear markets and actually, it is predictive of where the bottoms are. Last January for example I was calling the bottom not on a hunch but based on the model. I made several public posts on my Twitter and FB account about it. Many people were doubtful because so many bad things were happening during that time in the crypto space. But I trusted the model and it was right. I agree with you that it seems there is a pattern in how the tops decay and in fact it turns out that if you take the ratio between the bottom of each cycle and the top these data points make an almost perfect decaying exponential (very good R). But it is just 3 data points so it is not a statistically significant result. But yes, in my Medium article I will do more sophisticated analysis to show what you get if you give less weight to the bull runs for example. In general, though one way to show the model is stabilizing with time is to calculate the power of the power law as a function of time as you collect more and more data. It does converge to a value and that is a good sign. By the way, the famous Trolololo model is a power law in disguise. He didn't realize he was actually modeling a power law and the hundreds of comments that followed his post either. Even if in hindsight is pretty obvious both from the construction of the model and from some simple algebra you can apply it to his formula (log10(price)=2.9\*ln(days)-19.49) and derive easily a power law of the form price=A\*days\^n. The interesting thing is that when you derive the value of n in his model then it is 6.67 while mine is 5.82. It is pretty damn close given he came up with the model in 2014 so he didn't have much data. So we have really a model that stood up to the test of time for 10 years that I think is unprecedented for a financial asset. The value is also higher because he made the model just after a bull so given the few data the bull was skewing the parameters to higher values. I was aware of the model but I didn't pay much attention because it seemed arbitrary at the time. A power law is something I was familiar with and it is very meaningful. But he had the good insight of focusing on the scale of the price so 10,100, 1000 and so on. It is the main insight behind power laws, that is the scale that matters. But for some reason he still had a linear scale for time but it turns out scaling time is also important so you want to focus on what happens when you go from 1,10, 100, and 1000 days jumps and then you see the pattern, both price and time are scaling in a similar way.

Mentions:#FB

I'm working on it and I will post when it is ready. It will have more info than a similar one online. Also, I want to help people with DCA because why it is great to HODL (and usually easier for most people) why not multiply your BTC if you can use the knowledge in the chart? I caught the bottom perfectly (I made several posts on FB and Twitter about 16K in Jan last year being the bottom using the chart) and I think I can catch the top or close to it when it comes. It can even help time getting in and out of alts (I know you are a Maximalist so forgive my heresy, lol). All in the name of more BTC though. I actually want to create some kind of business model for companies to do what Saylor is doing and demonstrate to them it is a good idea to borrow money to buy BTC, in that case, the general trend is what would matter to them and not the cycles.

r/BitcoinSee Comment

Have you heard of them through F.I.R.E us group on FB? I was doing some searching and it's 5k to access the app and platform?

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#Web3 Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by excalilbug which won 3rd place in the Web3 Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Let me first explain what is the difference between Web 3.0 and previous versions of the web > > Today Web 1.0 is generally defined as a time when internet was in a read only mode. People were supposed to consume the content and not much else > > Then Web 2.0 came and internet became interactive. People became creators of content and not only consumers > > But the problem is that during Web 2.0 people became products for big companies. Microsoft, Google, Facebook and so on started collecting massive amounts of data about their users > > And this is where Web 3.0 comes into action. **It is supposed to free us from the claws of tech giants**. Thanks to Web 3.0 we should become not only creators but also **owners of things we create and our personal data** > > I will use Facebook as an example. If you create a fan page on Facebook, you might think that you're the owner of that fan page. But in reality you aren't. It's Mark Zuckerberg and his minions who own that fan page. They can suspend it, delete it whenever they wish (of course they usually do it when there is justified reason but still it doesn't change the fact they're the real owners). They can also make changes to terms and services or services themselves (for example they can demand that you pay for using their services - see what happened on Twitter when certain individual took over) > > And now lets see what a Web 3.0 version of Facebook would look like: > > The Web 3.0 Facebook **does not belong to any centralized company**. It is **owned by everyone who uses it** (currently it would probably require you to own native crypto coin/token for such "FB" but in the future it's possible it won't even require that) and everyone can vote on different decisions. Now, when you create a fan page on Web 3.0 Facebook, you really own it. No single person or company can delete your fan page. It will take the majority of **independent** people to take your fan page down if there is something wrong with it (or it will even be impossible, depending on how this "FB" is programmed). > > This makes internet more democratic and takes away a lot of power from big companies. > > ​ > > **TL;DR:** more freedom, less censorship, more privacy, users aren't product anymore but own their internet creations > > ​ > > Sources: > > [https://supraoracles.com/academy/the-pros-and-cons-of-web3/](https://supraoracles.com/academy/the-pros-and-cons-of-web3/) > > [https://www.naukri.com/learning/articles/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-web-3-0/](https://www.naukri.com/learning/articles/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-web-3-0/) > > [https://towardsdev.com/web3-js-how-it-works-pros-cons-and-alternatives-17ab8e803c00](https://towardsdev.com/web3-js-how-it-works-pros-cons-and-alternatives-17ab8e803c00) ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/z9o1s3/general_concepts_web3_proarguments_december_2022/) to be taken to the original topic-thread for this argument or you can scan through the [Cointest Archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive##wiki_web3) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

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On FB Marketplace

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This happened to me. I added $1000 first, then was told another would be refunded in 48rs but was reinvested. Then I was told to pay 30% or $7000 to get them out. I didn’t but it’s frustrating because I’ve reported it to the BBB, SEC, FTC etc. how does this get out. The person I worked with I thought was someone my sister knew…they are still on FB now…how do they get caught? What can be done to warn others?

Mentions:#SEC#FTC#FB
r/BitcoinSee Comment

I wouldn’t be surprised. Or maybe they know but don’t care because the advertiser pays big $$$. FB has the same problem sometimes, fake ads to scam websites.

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Easy to victim blame, but the real blame should be on FB who clearly don't review these ads near close enough.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Just use any REPUTABLE - hopefully open-source - wallet. You can see some wallets [here]([https://bitcoin.org/en/choose-your-wallet](https://bitcoin.org/en/choose-your-wallet)). Download them from their source. Then just find a place where you can import private key. A private key is 64 characters in the range 0-9 or A-F like this example: E9873D79C6D87DC0FB6A5778633389F4453213303DA61F20BD67FC233AA33262 - EXAMPLE private key. Done. Ignore all DMs. Basically, the password only works on the original wallet, which you don't know what it is, so just import the private key.

Mentions:#DC#FB#AA
r/BitcoinSee Comment

They *can*, but will they? A tiny amount of these crimes are investigated and solved. Simply using a VPN or an app with E2E encryption should be enough. Hell, most of these scams are happening through FB, text message and telephone call, yet there's little if any attempt to find the scammer.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Because YT, FB, and IG do not actually care about people scamming since many of the underpaid contractors are eager to accept bribes by black hat marketers to run scams. There's a number of lawsuits against Meta and Google for this and plenty of this information has come out in investigations during these cases.

Mentions:#FB#IG
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

No joke my high school band director just posted on FB about some crypto certification he just got. Crash is coming kids.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

yt has long run ads that are blatant scams. AI has really stepped up to enable these scams too. YT needs to be taken to task for it. I never see such egregiously bad marketing on other platforms of similar size. FB had a time when they were pretty bad, but I've noticed the blatant scams are cut - or at least I don't see them anymore.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The backend data won't be visible to an end user and because there's only one or maybe two vectors of attack (the smart contract/canister your site is hosted in and whomever has the key to the canister) it's implicitly much more secure than any traditional IT infrastructure which is made up of a hodge podge of various technologies bandaged together which implicitly introduces attack vectors. Ransomware wouldn't exist on the IC, propensity for idiot employees to click random links in spam emails would be nullified because an attacker wouldn't be able to take over or snoop the backend of the site without the keys. Uploading data is actually more expensive than AWS, the cost benefit is when it's simple data (text, pictures) that gets called upon thousands or millions of times, then it's cheaper than AWS. Video sites would be a terrible use case and music streaming would be a questionable use case for ICP at the moment because most video content being uploaded to YT/FB/Insta/Twitter/TikTok doesn't get enough views to warrant the cost of uploading it, but for the mentioned services that cost is being subsidised elsewhere.

Mentions:#IC#ICP#FB
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

#Web3 Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by excalilbug which won 3rd place in the Web3 Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. If this topic is active, submit an entry in r/CointestOfficial and earn Moons if you win. Moon prizes are: 3rd - 600, 2nd - 300, 3rd - 150, and Best Analysis - 500. > Let me first explain what is the difference between Web 3.0 and previous versions of the web > > Today Web 1.0 is generally defined as a time when internet was in a read only mode. People were supposed to consume the content and not much else > > Then Web 2.0 came and internet became interactive. People became creators of content and not only consumers > > But the problem is that during Web 2.0 people became products for big companies. Microsoft, Google, Facebook and so on started collecting massive amounts of data about their users > > And this is where Web 3.0 comes into action. **It is supposed to free us from the claws of tech giants**. Thanks to Web 3.0 we should become not only creators but also **owners of things we create and our personal data** > > I will use Facebook as an example. If you create a fan page on Facebook, you might think that you're the owner of that fan page. But in reality you aren't. It's Mark Zuckerberg and his minions who own that fan page. They can suspend it, delete it whenever they wish (of course they usually do it when there is justified reason but still it doesn't change the fact they're the real owners). They can also make changes to terms and services or services themselves (for example they can demand that you pay for using their services - see what happened on Twitter when certain individual took over) > > And now lets see what a Web 3.0 version of Facebook would look like: > > The Web 3.0 Facebook **does not belong to any centralized company**. It is **owned by everyone who uses it** (currently it would probably require you to own native crypto coin/token for such "FB" but in the future it's possible it won't even require that) and everyone can vote on different decisions. Now, when you create a fan page on Web 3.0 Facebook, you really own it. No single person or company can delete your fan page. It will take the majority of **independent** people to take your fan page down if there is something wrong with it (or it will even be impossible, depending on how this "FB" is programmed). > > This makes internet more democratic and takes away a lot of power from big companies. > > ​ > > **TL;DR:** more freedom, less censorship, more privacy, users aren't product anymore but own their internet creations > > ​ > > Sources: > > [https://supraoracles.com/academy/the-pros-and-cons-of-web3/](https://supraoracles.com/academy/the-pros-and-cons-of-web3/) > > [https://www.naukri.com/learning/articles/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-web-3-0/](https://www.naukri.com/learning/articles/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-web-3-0/) > > [https://towardsdev.com/web3-js-how-it-works-pros-cons-and-alternatives-17ab8e803c00](https://towardsdev.com/web3-js-how-it-works-pros-cons-and-alternatives-17ab8e803c00) ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/z9o1s3/general_concepts_web3_proarguments_december_2022/) to be taken to the original topic-thread for this argument or you can scan through the [Cointest Archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive##wiki_web3) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds. Pros and cons per topic will likely change for every new post.

Mentions:#FB
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

No meta came near the end of the meta verse hype. I worked for a launch pad and at one point we would approve new coins basically just for having the word meta in it. Before FB did their thing

Mentions:#FB
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Because ETH, like BTC, is old tech. ETH has a massive first mover advantage, just like BTC does. But that advantage will not last forever. FB wasn't the first social media network. Nor was MS the first PC OS, or Google the first search engine. High fees, network congestion and usage difficulty are killers to mass adoption. Nobody wants to wait hours and pay $50+ for a transaction, or mess with complicated L2s, when they can just use other chains.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm pretty sure they've been on board since 2020/21. They'll just casually start activating as news of the recent bull run reaches them slowly on FB and IG.

Mentions:#FB#IG
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Luv F\*cking with scammers on FB

Mentions:#FB
r/BitcoinSee Comment

And they're chads in addition to being wealthy. Literal olympic athletes. Model girlfriends. Zuck's entire existence was basically centered around being more like the Winklevoss twins who have been early adopters of everything and following them/copying them.They came up with the idea for FB. They went into crypto and BTC.

Mentions:#FB#BTC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I agree that there will likely be a larger ecosystem and more than just btc, but when there are 10s of thousands of other coins competing and new ones coming each day, chances are that 99.99+% of them will be worthless and so pretty much everything else is a gamble. Even Eth could be made obsolete fairly quickly by a new coin, and I say this as someone with a fair chunk of my portfolio in Eth. Bitcoin is not competing in the same space as the others, it is not trying to be the fastest, most versatile or cheapest, I do not see anything taking its place. Even if something surpasses it's marketcap, it will not really be competing with BTC (think of it like say Apple vs Facebook in the stock market, FB isn't selling phones and laptops).

Mentions:#BTC#FB
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

#Web3 Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by excalilbug which won 3rd place in the Web3 Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. If this topic is active, submit an entry in r/CointestOfficial and earn Moons if you win. Moon prizes are: 3rd - 600, 2nd - 300, 3rd - 150, and Best Analysis - 500. > Let me first explain what is the difference between Web 3.0 and previous versions of the web > > Today Web 1.0 is generally defined as a time when internet was in a read only mode. People were supposed to consume the content and not much else > > Then Web 2.0 came and internet became interactive. People became creators of content and not only consumers > > But the problem is that during Web 2.0 people became products for big companies. Microsoft, Google, Facebook and so on started collecting massive amounts of data about their users > > And this is where Web 3.0 comes into action. **It is supposed to free us from the claws of tech giants**. Thanks to Web 3.0 we should become not only creators but also **owners of things we create and our personal data** > > I will use Facebook as an example. If you create a fan page on Facebook, you might think that you're the owner of that fan page. But in reality you aren't. It's Mark Zuckerberg and his minions who own that fan page. They can suspend it, delete it whenever they wish (of course they usually do it when there is justified reason but still it doesn't change the fact they're the real owners). They can also make changes to terms and services or services themselves (for example they can demand that you pay for using their services - see what happened on Twitter when certain individual took over) > > And now lets see what a Web 3.0 version of Facebook would look like: > > The Web 3.0 Facebook **does not belong to any centralized company**. It is **owned by everyone who uses it** (currently it would probably require you to own native crypto coin/token for such "FB" but in the future it's possible it won't even require that) and everyone can vote on different decisions. Now, when you create a fan page on Web 3.0 Facebook, you really own it. No single person or company can delete your fan page. It will take the majority of **independent** people to take your fan page down if there is something wrong with it (or it will even be impossible, depending on how this "FB" is programmed). > > This makes internet more democratic and takes away a lot of power from big companies. > > ​ > > **TL;DR:** more freedom, less censorship, more privacy, users aren't product anymore but own their internet creations > > ​ > > Sources: > > [https://supraoracles.com/academy/the-pros-and-cons-of-web3/](https://supraoracles.com/academy/the-pros-and-cons-of-web3/) > > [https://www.naukri.com/learning/articles/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-web-3-0/](https://www.naukri.com/learning/articles/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-web-3-0/) > > [https://towardsdev.com/web3-js-how-it-works-pros-cons-and-alternatives-17ab8e803c00](https://towardsdev.com/web3-js-how-it-works-pros-cons-and-alternatives-17ab8e803c00) ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/z9o1s3/general_concepts_web3_proarguments_december_2022/) to be taken to the original topic-thread for this argument or you can scan through the [Cointest Archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive##wiki_web3) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds. Pros and cons per topic will likely change for every new post.

Mentions:#FB
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

If reddit IPOs, I'd problem just stop using it. I don't use FB or Twitter for the same reasons.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

#Web3 Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by excalilbug which won 3rd place in the Web3 Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. If this topic is active, submit an entry in r/CointestOfficial and earn Moons if you win. Moon prizes are: 3rd - 600, 2nd - 300, 3rd - 150, and Best Analysis - 500. > Let me first explain what is the difference between Web 3.0 and previous versions of the web > > Today Web 1.0 is generally defined as a time when internet was in a read only mode. People were supposed to consume the content and not much else > > Then Web 2.0 came and internet became interactive. People became creators of content and not only consumers > > But the problem is that during Web 2.0 people became products for big companies. Microsoft, Google, Facebook and so on started collecting massive amounts of data about their users > > And this is where Web 3.0 comes into action. **It is supposed to free us from the claws of tech giants**. Thanks to Web 3.0 we should become not only creators but also **owners of things we create and our personal data** > > I will use Facebook as an example. If you create a fan page on Facebook, you might think that you're the owner of that fan page. But in reality you aren't. It's Mark Zuckerberg and his minions who own that fan page. They can suspend it, delete it whenever they wish (of course they usually do it when there is justified reason but still it doesn't change the fact they're the real owners). They can also make changes to terms and services or services themselves (for example they can demand that you pay for using their services - see what happened on Twitter when certain individual took over) > > And now lets see what a Web 3.0 version of Facebook would look like: > > The Web 3.0 Facebook **does not belong to any centralized company**. It is **owned by everyone who uses it** (currently it would probably require you to own native crypto coin/token for such "FB" but in the future it's possible it won't even require that) and everyone can vote on different decisions. Now, when you create a fan page on Web 3.0 Facebook, you really own it. No single person or company can delete your fan page. It will take the majority of **independent** people to take your fan page down if there is something wrong with it (or it will even be impossible, depending on how this "FB" is programmed). > > This makes internet more democratic and takes away a lot of power from big companies. > > ​ > > **TL;DR:** more freedom, less censorship, more privacy, users aren't product anymore but own their internet creations > > ​ > > Sources: > > [https://supraoracles.com/academy/the-pros-and-cons-of-web3/](https://supraoracles.com/academy/the-pros-and-cons-of-web3/) > > [https://www.naukri.com/learning/articles/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-web-3-0/](https://www.naukri.com/learning/articles/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-web-3-0/) > > [https://towardsdev.com/web3-js-how-it-works-pros-cons-and-alternatives-17ab8e803c00](https://towardsdev.com/web3-js-how-it-works-pros-cons-and-alternatives-17ab8e803c00) ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/z9o1s3/general_concepts_web3_proarguments_december_2022/) to be taken to the original topic-thread for this argument or you can scan through the [Cointest Archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive##wiki_web3) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds. Pros and cons per topic will likely change for every new post.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Telegram is full of scammers. There are countless fake Elon / Coinbase / Vitalik giveaway scams in YouTube, there are countless fake testimonial reply comments on YouTube / reddit / FB that are advertising scammers.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

i swear that dude is set for several lifetimes lol. he posted it as an anonymous on FB of course.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I appreciate the input but that technology is currently given out in the US for Free. I believe you are saying there is a barrier to access currently for the currency? And while that may be true on a global scale today in 30 years everyone will this. But I do appreciate bringing up the issue of data tariffs. That is a regulatory measure which is highly dangerous and could be easily used. I mean idk how hard it is to get on FB in China and how much skill it requires but yes a government could simply block the access of the data and that would render bitcoin completely useless considering as I mentioned it’s intrinsic value is in the fact that a bitcoin is created from recording transactions as a completely decentralized ledger verified by every node and it’s not centralized or heavily regulated. So yes take away the ledger zero value.

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#Web3 Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by excalilbug which won 3rd place in the Web3 Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. If this topic is active, submit an entry in r/CointestOfficial and earn Moons if you win. Moon prizes are: 3rd - 600, 2nd - 300, 3rd - 150, and Best Analysis - 500. > Let me first explain what is the difference between Web 3.0 and previous versions of the web > > Today Web 1.0 is generally defined as a time when internet was in a read only mode. People were supposed to consume the content and not much else > > Then Web 2.0 came and internet became interactive. People became creators of content and not only consumers > > But the problem is that during Web 2.0 people became products for big companies. Microsoft, Google, Facebook and so on started collecting massive amounts of data about their users > > And this is where Web 3.0 comes into action. **It is supposed to free us from the claws of tech giants**. Thanks to Web 3.0 we should become not only creators but also **owners of things we create and our personal data** > > I will use Facebook as an example. If you create a fan page on Facebook, you might think that you're the owner of that fan page. But in reality you aren't. It's Mark Zuckerberg and his minions who own that fan page. They can suspend it, delete it whenever they wish (of course they usually do it when there is justified reason but still it doesn't change the fact they're the real owners). They can also make changes to terms and services or services themselves (for example they can demand that you pay for using their services - see what happened on Twitter when certain individual took over) > > And now lets see what a Web 3.0 version of Facebook would look like: > > The Web 3.0 Facebook **does not belong to any centralized company**. It is **owned by everyone who uses it** (currently it would probably require you to own native crypto coin/token for such "FB" but in the future it's possible it won't even require that) and everyone can vote on different decisions. Now, when you create a fan page on Web 3.0 Facebook, you really own it. No single person or company can delete your fan page. It will take the majority of **independent** people to take your fan page down if there is something wrong with it (or it will even be impossible, depending on how this "FB" is programmed). > > This makes internet more democratic and takes away a lot of power from big companies. > > ​ > > **TL;DR:** more freedom, less censorship, more privacy, users aren't product anymore but own their internet creations > > ​ > > Sources: > > [https://supraoracles.com/academy/the-pros-and-cons-of-web3/](https://supraoracles.com/academy/the-pros-and-cons-of-web3/) > > [https://www.naukri.com/learning/articles/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-web-3-0/](https://www.naukri.com/learning/articles/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-web-3-0/) > > [https://towardsdev.com/web3-js-how-it-works-pros-cons-and-alternatives-17ab8e803c00](https://towardsdev.com/web3-js-how-it-works-pros-cons-and-alternatives-17ab8e803c00) ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/z9o1s3/general_concepts_web3_proarguments_december_2022/) to be taken to the original topic-thread for this argument or you can scan through the [Cointest Archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive##wiki_web3) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds. Pros and cons per topic will likely change for every new post.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Kill their televisions. Delete their FB accounts. That would be a start.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Here's your wallet: https://etherscan.io/address/0x65068888958E33FB760E2802047aC9b643398A0a You can see the "Out" transaction down in the list of transactions. You can click on the address where it has been sent to. From there it went further (10 ETH) to another wallet, then another wallet and finally there are two transactions of 4 and 5 ETH to Kucoin addresses (they're shown in the list). Sry Man. I think you must have connected your wallet to an airdrop, a fake exchange website or something, maybe you have malware on your phone or PC.

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#Web3 Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by excalilbug which won 3rd place in the Web3 Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. If this topic is active, submit an entry in r/CointestOfficial and earn Moons if you win. Moon prizes are: 3rd - 600, 2nd - 300, 3rd - 150, and Best Analysis - 500. > Let me first explain what is the difference between Web 3.0 and previous versions of the web > > Today Web 1.0 is generally defined as a time when internet was in a read only mode. People were supposed to consume the content and not much else > > Then Web 2.0 came and internet became interactive. People became creators of content and not only consumers > > But the problem is that during Web 2.0 people became products for big companies. Microsoft, Google, Facebook and so on started collecting massive amounts of data about their users > > And this is where Web 3.0 comes into action. **It is supposed to free us from the claws of tech giants**. Thanks to Web 3.0 we should become not only creators but also **owners of things we create and our personal data** > > I will use Facebook as an example. If you create a fan page on Facebook, you might think that you're the owner of that fan page. But in reality you aren't. It's Mark Zuckerberg and his minions who own that fan page. They can suspend it, delete it whenever they wish (of course they usually do it when there is justified reason but still it doesn't change the fact they're the real owners). They can also make changes to terms and services or services themselves (for example they can demand that you pay for using their services - see what happened on Twitter when certain individual took over) > > And now lets see what a Web 3.0 version of Facebook would look like: > > The Web 3.0 Facebook **does not belong to any centralized company**. It is **owned by everyone who uses it** (currently it would probably require you to own native crypto coin/token for such "FB" but in the future it's possible it won't even require that) and everyone can vote on different decisions. Now, when you create a fan page on Web 3.0 Facebook, you really own it. No single person or company can delete your fan page. It will take the majority of **independent** people to take your fan page down if there is something wrong with it (or it will even be impossible, depending on how this "FB" is programmed). > > This makes internet more democratic and takes away a lot of power from big companies. > > ​ > > **TL;DR:** more freedom, less censorship, more privacy, users aren't product anymore but own their internet creations > > ​ > > Sources: > > [https://supraoracles.com/academy/the-pros-and-cons-of-web3/](https://supraoracles.com/academy/the-pros-and-cons-of-web3/) > > [https://www.naukri.com/learning/articles/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-web-3-0/](https://www.naukri.com/learning/articles/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-web-3-0/) > > [https://towardsdev.com/web3-js-how-it-works-pros-cons-and-alternatives-17ab8e803c00](https://towardsdev.com/web3-js-how-it-works-pros-cons-and-alternatives-17ab8e803c00) ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/z9o1s3/general_concepts_web3_proarguments_december_2022/) to be taken to the original topic-thread for this argument or you can scan through the [Cointest Archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive##wiki_web3) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds. Pros and cons per topic will likely change for every new post.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Scammers advertising on FB too, it's making these platforms ever-more untrustworthy

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#Web3 Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by excalilbug which won 3rd place in the Web3 Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. If this topic is active, submit an entry in r/CointestOfficial and earn Moons if you win. Moon prizes are: 3rd - 600, 2nd - 300, 3rd - 150, and Best Analysis - 500. > Let me first explain what is the difference between Web 3.0 and previous versions of the web > > Today Web 1.0 is generally defined as a time when internet was in a read only mode. People were supposed to consume the content and not much else > > Then Web 2.0 came and internet became interactive. People became creators of content and not only consumers > > But the problem is that during Web 2.0 people became products for big companies. Microsoft, Google, Facebook and so on started collecting massive amounts of data about their users > > And this is where Web 3.0 comes into action. **It is supposed to free us from the claws of tech giants**. Thanks to Web 3.0 we should become not only creators but also **owners of things we create and our personal data** > > I will use Facebook as an example. If you create a fan page on Facebook, you might think that you're the owner of that fan page. But in reality you aren't. It's Mark Zuckerberg and his minions who own that fan page. They can suspend it, delete it whenever they wish (of course they usually do it when there is justified reason but still it doesn't change the fact they're the real owners). They can also make changes to terms and services or services themselves (for example they can demand that you pay for using their services - see what happened on Twitter when certain individual took over) > > And now lets see what a Web 3.0 version of Facebook would look like: > > The Web 3.0 Facebook **does not belong to any centralized company**. It is **owned by everyone who uses it** (currently it would probably require you to own native crypto coin/token for such "FB" but in the future it's possible it won't even require that) and everyone can vote on different decisions. Now, when you create a fan page on Web 3.0 Facebook, you really own it. No single person or company can delete your fan page. It will take the majority of **independent** people to take your fan page down if there is something wrong with it (or it will even be impossible, depending on how this "FB" is programmed). > > This makes internet more democratic and takes away a lot of power from big companies. > > ​ > > **TL;DR:** more freedom, less censorship, more privacy, users aren't product anymore but own their internet creations > > ​ > > Sources: > > [https://supraoracles.com/academy/the-pros-and-cons-of-web3/](https://supraoracles.com/academy/the-pros-and-cons-of-web3/) > > [https://www.naukri.com/learning/articles/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-web-3-0/](https://www.naukri.com/learning/articles/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-web-3-0/) > > [https://towardsdev.com/web3-js-how-it-works-pros-cons-and-alternatives-17ab8e803c00](https://towardsdev.com/web3-js-how-it-works-pros-cons-and-alternatives-17ab8e803c00) ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/z9o1s3/general_concepts_web3_proarguments_december_2022/) to be taken to the original topic-thread for this argument or you can scan through the [Cointest Archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive##wiki_web3) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds. Pros and cons per topic will likely change for every new post.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

!register 0xF63Ee7B2FB86Bed61C9912ffACf59Bf16eB068f8

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

If Meta announces again they are changing their name to Meta again. It was one of the easiest trades in the last bull. Those coins did a 3-6x in the span of a couple weeks after FB changed to Meta even though they had nothing to do with FB and they both sucked. And they still suck. MANA had a larger mcap then some legit solid companies which was ridiculous. It was purely based on unrelated hype and speculation. Was easy gains though. Those speculative conditions will happen again, but prob with AI or some other thing. Just watch out for news items that are casually related to some random alt coin and buy before everyone else.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

More decentralisation = more hurdles, checks and balances, byrocracy, even judges in between, that can sway decisions. Much more difficult for some megalomaniac in gov to excercise his/her will. CBDC and digital ID = total centralisation, your complete health, assets and finance situation at a whim of whoever is in charge. Simple as a few clicks. Such system enables total individual and population control which would be unprecedented. A wet dream of every dictator ever. Once such a system is in place, the biggest psychopats will fight for the “master switch”, you can bet on that. Sooner or later someone will get a hold of it, that really shouldn’t, and it will be incredibly difficult to “overthrow them”. Central control and planning with a highly efficient tech system to enforce it is dangerous. Don’t forget about imense censorship possibilities as well. There are bad actors allready and peoole in power trying to impose their will, let’s not give them more tools unnecessarily. Also, think about the personal profile google or FB can have on you simply by analyzing your posts and searches. Now think about a data set including every single purchase you make, what/when/where you buy, where you travel, what you do online (one of dig ID ideas is that it will be needed to access the internet). Some of this data points exist allready but are scattered among public and private institutions. Now imagine 100x the data centralised in one place. This can get real ugly real fast, best chance of stopping it is now, before it is inplemented. Later it will be next to impossible without an all out war/revolution. And bo one wants that.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

If you learned anything it would be to never post your btc worth. You opened yourself up to cybercriminals or worse going after your sats. What, are you fucking new ? I try to recover your Reddit account. I literary get to see half of your email address for the recovery process even if I can’t recover your account. I don’t care, not the point. I go through all your comments, see your activity, determine what timezone you are most likely in. I cross reference the little information I have about your timezone and email address + username with every DB leak online. I find a bunch of other applications / mail addresses that are potentially your full email address. I do the same recovery, but this time for every platform I assume you’re using (can find a lot by your comments), unfortunately you don’t dockx yourself in your posts too much. I find more information.. Twitter and FB do the opposite.. one shows the end of your email address the other shows the beginning.. if I got your full email I can get even more information.. it won’t take long before a professional hacker can find most of your information on the internet. With your Reddit history of four years ~ 10 hours and you’re completely dockxed. Someone who does this professionally will have tools written to assist.. 2 hours maximum. A low level C api can send you an email from any address, even from applications the hacker knows you are using. SAME EXACT SENDER ADDRESS. You click one link, from a completely legit email sender, you wake up the next day and if your btc isn’t in cold storage ? It’s gone. DO NOT EVER POST YOUR BTC AMOUNT. If you need to flex your btc, use a fucking new account with no history. I highly suggest deleting your profile.. You’re not the biggest fish. But recently there weren’t a lot of posts with such a high amount and THAT MUCH Reddit history.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>Yes, crypto needs (and is) maturing but as with all things the disconnect between the population and the people that do is huge. Bingo. I have been quite OK getting into this space because I grew up when the internet emerged, but I have lost my patience with impractical and high-bar of entry for normal people in this space. Just as Web 2.0 and then social media like FB, IG, Twitter, etc. lowered the bar for entry, crypto needs a much, much lower bar for entry.

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#Web3 Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by excalilbug which won 3rd place in the Web3 Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. If this topic is active, submit an entry in r/CointestOfficial and earn Moons if you win. Moon prizes are: 3rd - 600, 2nd - 300, 3rd - 150, and Best Analysis - 500. > Let me first explain what is the difference between Web 3.0 and previous versions of the web > > Today Web 1.0 is generally defined as a time when internet was in a read only mode. People were supposed to consume the content and not much else > > Then Web 2.0 came and internet became interactive. People became creators of content and not only consumers > > But the problem is that during Web 2.0 people became products for big companies. Microsoft, Google, Facebook and so on started collecting massive amounts of data about their users > > And this is where Web 3.0 comes into action. **It is supposed to free us from the claws of tech giants**. Thanks to Web 3.0 we should become not only creators but also **owners of things we create and our personal data** > > I will use Facebook as an example. If you create a fan page on Facebook, you might think that you're the owner of that fan page. But in reality you aren't. It's Mark Zuckerberg and his minions who own that fan page. They can suspend it, delete it whenever they wish (of course they usually do it when there is justified reason but still it doesn't change the fact they're the real owners). They can also make changes to terms and services or services themselves (for example they can demand that you pay for using their services - see what happened on Twitter when certain individual took over) > > And now lets see what a Web 3.0 version of Facebook would look like: > > The Web 3.0 Facebook **does not belong to any centralized company**. It is **owned by everyone who uses it** (currently it would probably require you to own native crypto coin/token for such "FB" but in the future it's possible it won't even require that) and everyone can vote on different decisions. Now, when you create a fan page on Web 3.0 Facebook, you really own it. No single person or company can delete your fan page. It will take the majority of **independent** people to take your fan page down if there is something wrong with it (or it will even be impossible, depending on how this "FB" is programmed). > > This makes internet more democratic and takes away a lot of power from big companies. > > ​ > > **TL;DR:** more freedom, less censorship, more privacy, users aren't product anymore but own their internet creations > > ​ > > Sources: > > [https://supraoracles.com/academy/the-pros-and-cons-of-web3/](https://supraoracles.com/academy/the-pros-and-cons-of-web3/) > > [https://www.naukri.com/learning/articles/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-web-3-0/](https://www.naukri.com/learning/articles/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-web-3-0/) > > [https://towardsdev.com/web3-js-how-it-works-pros-cons-and-alternatives-17ab8e803c00](https://towardsdev.com/web3-js-how-it-works-pros-cons-and-alternatives-17ab8e803c00) ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/z9o1s3/general_concepts_web3_proarguments_december_2022/) to be taken to the original topic-thread for this argument or you can scan through the [Cointest Archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive##wiki_web3) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds. Pros and cons per topic will likely change for every new post.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

My sell trigger is friends and family posting about crypto on FB. When a girl I went to high school with who is now a hairdresser posts “Should I buy DickCoin?? Will I make money???” then I will know that it’s time to sell. It has been almost perfect timing indicators the past two bull runs. I’m counting on these people to help me out this go around.

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#Web3 Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by excalilbug which won 3rd place in the Web3 Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. If this topic is active, submit an entry in r/CointestOfficial and earn Moons if you win. Moon prizes are: 3rd - 600, 2nd - 300, 3rd - 150, and Best Analysis - 500. > Let me first explain what is the difference between Web 3.0 and previous versions of the web > > Today Web 1.0 is generally defined as a time when internet was in a read only mode. People were supposed to consume the content and not much else > > Then Web 2.0 came and internet became interactive. People became creators of content and not only consumers > > But the problem is that during Web 2.0 people became products for big companies. Microsoft, Google, Facebook and so on started collecting massive amounts of data about their users > > And this is where Web 3.0 comes into action. **It is supposed to free us from the claws of tech giants**. Thanks to Web 3.0 we should become not only creators but also **owners of things we create and our personal data** > > I will use Facebook as an example. If you create a fan page on Facebook, you might think that you're the owner of that fan page. But in reality you aren't. It's Mark Zuckerberg and his minions who own that fan page. They can suspend it, delete it whenever they wish (of course they usually do it when there is justified reason but still it doesn't change the fact they're the real owners). They can also make changes to terms and services or services themselves (for example they can demand that you pay for using their services - see what happened on Twitter when certain individual took over) > > And now lets see what a Web 3.0 version of Facebook would look like: > > The Web 3.0 Facebook **does not belong to any centralized company**. It is **owned by everyone who uses it** (currently it would probably require you to own native crypto coin/token for such "FB" but in the future it's possible it won't even require that) and everyone can vote on different decisions. Now, when you create a fan page on Web 3.0 Facebook, you really own it. No single person or company can delete your fan page. It will take the majority of **independent** people to take your fan page down if there is something wrong with it (or it will even be impossible, depending on how this "FB" is programmed). > > This makes internet more democratic and takes away a lot of power from big companies. > > ​ > > **TL;DR:** more freedom, less censorship, more privacy, users aren't product anymore but own their internet creations > > ​ > > Sources: > > [https://supraoracles.com/academy/the-pros-and-cons-of-web3/](https://supraoracles.com/academy/the-pros-and-cons-of-web3/) > > [https://www.naukri.com/learning/articles/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-web-3-0/](https://www.naukri.com/learning/articles/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-web-3-0/) > > [https://towardsdev.com/web3-js-how-it-works-pros-cons-and-alternatives-17ab8e803c00](https://towardsdev.com/web3-js-how-it-works-pros-cons-and-alternatives-17ab8e803c00) ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/z9o1s3/general_concepts_web3_proarguments_december_2022/) to be taken to the original topic-thread for this argument or you can scan through the [Cointest Archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive##wiki_web3) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds. Pros and cons per topic will likely change for every new post.

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#Web3 Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by excalilbug which won 3rd place in the Web3 Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. If this topic is active, submit an entry in r/CointestOfficial and earn Moons if you win. Moon prizes are: 3rd - 600, 2nd - 300, 3rd - 150, and Best Analysis - 500. > Let me first explain what is the difference between Web 3.0 and previous versions of the web > > Today Web 1.0 is generally defined as a time when internet was in a read only mode. People were supposed to consume the con