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Does the fact that Coinbase holds custody of 8 out of the 11 spot BTC ETFs pose any risk?

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SOLZILLA's Big Leap: Verification, Listing, and Market Surge!

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Anyone remember Garlicoin (GRLC) one of the original reddit memecoins created from garlicbreadmemes? Well it's the the ultimate long-term store of value and moonshot

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Volatility

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I’m lucky to have stumbled into crypto for most of my life. I began mining Bitcoin in 7th grade (2011) and very lucky to work at a top 2 CEX after graduating. An ETF cycle later, I finally have a strong grasp of trading/gambling.

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I’m lucky to have stumbled into crypto for most of my life. I began mining Bitcoin in 7th grade (2011) and very lucky to work at a top 2 CEX after graduating. An ETF cycle later, I finally have a strong grasp of trading/gambling.

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I’m lucky to have stumbled into crypto for most of my life. I began mining Bitcoin in 7th grade (2011) and very lucky to work at a top 2 CEX after graduating. An ETF cycle later, I finally have a strong grasp of trading/gambling.

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I’m lucky to have stumbled into crypto for most of my life. I began mining Bitcoin in 7th grade (2011) and very lucky to work at a top 2 CEX after graduating. An ETF cycle later, I finally have a strong grasp of trading/gambling.

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Weekly Beluga Insights (ETF Week Craziness)

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Then They (REALLY) Fight You!

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Cold Storage!

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$PAI an AI utility token that is bundling all of the services a project may need in a single platform

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Some interesting thoughts...

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The Rise of Modular Blockchain - Why you should care

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BTC payments are faster than USD. Change my mind.

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It's funny to see "Parallelizable EVM" as a buzzword. Did you know UTXO chains naturally lend themselves to multi-threading?

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Manta New Paradigm (confirmed) - I bridged, now what?

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Why October 31?

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Chris Belcher (bitcoin privacy dev) still out of commission. Can anyone take over for him?

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BITCOINS RECENT RISE

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Do you think that Quantum Computing poses a threat to BTC encryption, algorithm, and/or security?

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BTC bull run OR bull shiza ?

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SOL $ZILLA hidden Solana meme 100x GEM!

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At what point would crypto become a non-risky investment?

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$SILLY could be the next $BONK on solana

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Does anyone know of a way to set like, a fee alarm?? I've got a bunch of UTXOs from DCAing which remain unconsolidated, and just need some fairly low (<50 sat/vb) fees to get them rolled up. But I hate checking blockchain daily. Need a fee alarm! Anyone know how?

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A look into BONKCOLA

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I made a Zaprite tutorial. Set up payment pages & Bitcoin invoices in minutes. Direct to your own onchain wallet, LND node, Strike/Alby/Zebedee/Unchained and plenty of others. Add a premium for fiat payments. No KYC needed to set up. Awesome experience IMO.

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You all need to tamper your expectations lol

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Sometimes that gamble can pay off when many others just keep spouting scam or buy only BTC!

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The Chart on GRT is a Thing of Beauty

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Coins/Tokens that I’ve doubled, or more, my funds on within my Portfolio this year

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HODLers accumulate 100k+ each month, LTH at ATH, STH

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Strong men HODL, this is not the time to take profit IMO. This is when you HODL long and strong, and watch short sellers get liquidated daily.

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Random micro cap I spotted...

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Proper multisig key distribution is unfeasible for most

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Reflections on DeFi opportunities, risks, and sustainable yields in a dynamic ecosystem.

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UK funds given green light for tokenisation

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Robert Prechter says Bitcoin is going to zero

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Why are Binance and Kraken being targeted by Wall Street?

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Looking at How Various Blockchains Pay Network Operators (fees vs block rewards vs inflation)

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Forget Solana, how does every other blockchain pay for it's fees?

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Javier Milei Wins Argentine Presidency With Pro-Bitcoin And Anti-Central Bank Agenda

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Supernova Shards $LFC | The Star Atlas of BSC | No One Realizes How Big This Game Will Be

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CTX (cryptex finance)seems ready to pump

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Which path do we take from here?

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Projects designed around data commodification?

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Highlights from the "Why I do or don't use DeFi borrowing"

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"Bitcoin is not crypto" just creates more confusion. Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency

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My attempt to model the impact of spot ETFs (input welcomed)

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Are you guys joining the ChainGPT Airdrop on CMC?

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Softwar - The Softwar Thesis Reviewed

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Kraken futures is, in most cases, a nightmare

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Reddit not being involved is a good thing

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Reddit's involvement is not required for community points

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Bitcoin Utility

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200MA

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Inflationary Preparedness

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Mostly rant + discussion flair: Could we take a moment to talk about CeX (and Dex) trading fees?

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Cryptocurrency exclusion - More power to more people...how?

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I’m a detective in a European country. AMA crypto related.(MOD APPROVED)

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BTC Dominance is technically setting up for a move to downside

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Tokenizing real world assets

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Why Moons are better than BAT, PRE, and SLP. IMO...

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My rules when it comes to mental health and crypto

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💁🏽‍♂️ <- - ->  <- - -> ₿

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What needs to happen for blockchain gaming to actually be a success?

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What is your controversial crypto opinion?

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Today marks 2 years that I got into crypto! Here are some learnings from this journey so far

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What do you predict for SBF's future?

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TNF Pump

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There was a post earlier today about “worst case scenario” for bitcoin, and it got taken down?

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Have influencers and bad actors already done an irreparable damage to crypto and its perception amongst the average people? Will we ever see mainstream adoption if many people's first associations to crypto are grifters and scammers?

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Countries like Iran and North Korea using crypto is extremely bullish

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

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Crypto in Pop Culture: How Blockchain is Making its Way into Movies and Music

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Why do people think bitcoin goods and services should be priced in BTC rather than USD?

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Most of us is here because this is a make or break for us. So be careful when watching the hype.

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Crypto never sees a bull-run again - where does that leave you?

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Why Bitcoin ETF in European Market Were Not Able To Move Market.

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What would be the price for BTC, ETH, XRP, DOGE, and XNO if they ever reach their all-time high market cap again?

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Shitcoins and Dopamine: Why it worked

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New difficulty record at block 804,384 today!

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Guide on new coins

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Realistic / Objective Outlook for BTC in the coming 5 years...

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The story of Cerberus Chain: A deleted dog coin chain, whose remaining tokens are left for trade on the Osmosis Dex

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“Digital scarcity is a one time event”

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Play to Earn - Tetris - Easy 1000%

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A look at the upgrade from MATIC to POL

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Seven Major Asset Managers File Ethereum ETF Applications

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Is it ok to leave crypto on Coinbase if you have a Coinbase One subscription?

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It is important to prepare for the Highs of Crypto

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Overview: Kraken exchange security

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Will BlackRock's Spot Bitcoin ETF application on September 2 be approved? 9 Companies with $15.34 Trillions Assets under management Are Waiting to Find Out.

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Will the SEC Approve Spot Bitcoin ETF Application of BlackRock on 2 September? 9 Companies with $15.34 Trillions Assets under management Are Waiting to Find Out.

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Guide: Web 3, what is it?

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Bitcoin... a currency?

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Guide: Crypto and web 3 games 2023/2024

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Bitcoin makes gold great again. The people’s money.

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What constitutes a Security? Or, does it pass the Howey Test?

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If it was me, I would drop all $250k on BTc right now and forget about it for a couple of years. My logic is that I believe it will only get more expensive. Yes it might drop a few points here and there but the it will be a strong upward trend. Again, IMO

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Personally I have never had an issue I couldn't get resoled with Coinbase but the issues I did have always took a few days minimum. With Kraken, I was always able to get a hold of a real person within 5 minutes and have the issue resolved within an hour or two. I have read many horror stories regarding Coinbase but none with Kraken. IMO Kraken is the way to go.

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It already has. People need to drop this idea that 1 btc is going to be worth millions and that you only need 1 to retire. BTC is already crazy high and the amount of money required to move the price to beyond 100k or to the levels of these YouTube “experts” crazy predictions, simply isn’t there. Law or diminishing returns at play, the higher it gets, the more and more money it takes to even have a tiny impact on price. Consider taking profits, don’t get caught holding the bag, it never gets much higher than this IMO.

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Majors like BTC, ETH, and SOL will be most popular this cycle and so far there is a decent chance they'll be the best performers. So many altcoins are dead at this point and the cycle is proving to be WAY different than before. IMO, I'd flip the allocation and do 50% SOL, 30% ETH, 20% BTC to get the best risk adjusted returns. People have yet to capitulate to SOL in the masses the same way they have for ETH and BTC. But ofc that is changing and will change heavy this cycle, as we've already started to see.

Hopium. Heading to 48k for sure IMO. 87% of wallets still in profit, so lots more profit taking to be done. And Germany beginning to dump their MASSIVE bag will drag price down. ETF’s gone in to reverse with massive outflows. S&P500 way overvalued and due a correction, historically btc mirrors this. Only 1 rate cut by the fed instead of the optimistic 3 we had hoped for. USA, UK, CHINA all have big bags to dump too. There is no god candle incoming, we are already at a stupidly high btc price compared to where we were last year, Jesus what are people expecting haha, correction incoming.

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IMO candlestick patterns with tech is like having a map and a gps both navigate the market and confirm patterns with indicators like RSI or MACD for stronger signals

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If my mom wanted to invest in crypto, I’d explain very bluntly that she is too old to ride out the crashes or to bounce back if everything goes down the drain. If despite this she still wanted to invest, I would very strongly point her towards BTC/ETH since those are the most stable and reliable IMO. At the end of the day it’s her money to waste if she wants to, you can’t stop her you can only help or not help.

Mentions:#BTC#ETH#IMO

None that I know of, but crypto being *talked* about leading up to this US Presidential race can only be a good thing (IMO). People can get really tribal when it comes to stuff like this, so I could see this bringing in a new crowd of people.

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There is no great collapse coming any time soon, and I don't know any Bitcoiners wishing for one as it would be really ugly. But there is a ton of debt in the world and it's fiat denominated. Those fiat currencies will just be debased to continue to service the debts. And the USD is the strongest fiat, so it should hold up better than the others as there is so much USD denominated debt, thus demand for dollars. The only thing going to money heaven are bond portfolios IMO.

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Since no one suggested, I will. Picasso Network and their native PICA token. It's on a discount now but you can always stake 'em or chose to restake SOL if you want. IMO, it's a long-term HODL. they also integrated the first IBC on Solana.

IMO Bitcoin fixes just about everything. Why? Because it perfectly aligns our money with our values. It's pure signal. Everything in life comes down to how well our intentions translate to outputs, and with Bitcoin there is no interference. What you put in comes out prestinely on the other side. No corruption, no manipulation, no noise.

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Projects should be taking notes. This is not how you should distribute your token IMO

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1913 was horrible and Woodrow Wilson was the worst president ever IMO. Created both the income tax and the federal reserve bank in 1913. Ever since the government has been impoverishing the people via two mechanisms. Taxation and inflation.

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i am aping as well but i don't have expectations to get out early. some gaming projects like GameOn are worth investing in, IMO. it's the first web3 sport fantasy game and the beta is going live tomorrow. i believe there will be some price action as well. so, ape into new projects and HODL.

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well pretty much. Halving hype, halving gets priced in heavily, nothing happens after halving. Months later price drops heavily "halving was a scam! I'm knew it, i'm out!".. price explodes to ATH. IMO right now we're waiting for the -20% in a day fase before the explosion.

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Instead of putting this much effort into avoiding an [$8 fee](https://www.binance.com/en/fee/cryptoFee), why not spend that time doing something far more productive? Just qualifying for a single good airdrop would take the same amount of time and yield 100x the monetary difference that penny-pinching on fees would. If the $8 fee is really breaking the bank, you shouldn't be in crypto, and if it's not, IMO you shouldn't be worried about it.

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Tangem IMO

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Yep just like ANY wallet exept air gap and arguably some cold one, gramma is not gonna manage his wallet anyway. Lightning is what we need for more adoption IMO

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No.. it will never be able to scale to that amount.. it’s too slow for everyday use. It will flip gold as the RESERVE currency.. your money will be backed by bitcoin IMO

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Was early 2011. I had a friend that was offered 10,000 BTC for a website/service he had built over the period of a year. I think it equated to about 30 or 40k USD. I advised him not to do it as what he had built was worth more than that IMO. He thankfully took the deal and hasn’t worked another day. Good on him! I got in a few years later.

Mentions:#BTC#IMO

Nice to see a couple of projects I am invested in mentioned in here. LTO Network is also one to watch IMO and has bigger potential runway into the next bull, boson too. Narrative at the moment still feels more meme and AI related though, but articles like this suggest this might swing round which would be great. Annoying to see sh!tcoins trouncing projects with actual usability!

Mentions:#LTO#IMO

I would not criticize fiat money for having "its limitations". Bitcoin also has "its limitations", different than fiat and metals, but it has "its". I would not criticize fiat money for not having "inherent value". Bitcoin also does not have "inherent value" because nothing has. Also what gives money "value"? Trust. That's very unclear explanation. Better explanation IMO is that money is valuable because you can exchange it in the future for capital or consumer goods.

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Learn how to create and use a Bitcoin wallet. [https://electrum.org/](https://electrum.org/) [https://electrum.readthedocs.io/en/latest/](https://electrum.readthedocs.io/en/latest/) A 'hot' wallet is fine. Learn how to send and receive sats. Then once you are comfortable with that you can create your own cold storage wallet. [https://electrum.readthedocs.io/en/latest/coldstorage.html](https://electrum.readthedocs.io/en/latest/coldstorage.html) For any serious Bitcoin computing it is IMO best to only use Linux OS.

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Nothing isn’t accurate - Biden is 100% in on politics and his family name, what he is known for blah blah blah… IMO : it’s boring unless you’re super into politics or part or his family. Trump is a Felonious Rapey Monster - the two aren’t comparable - like apples and a 1942 VW - one stinks of Nazi and one is boring AF. Give me boring, sleepy, and fastest to the bottom of the stairs (even if it’s falling, it’s fast!) - Joe Biden! Something about being accused of Rape by 22 women and found guilty of Raping one, paired with the 34 guilty felony counts and 70+ charges waiting… just makes me feel like he might not be out for my interests…

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I faced a similar dilemma with whether or not to exercise pre-IPO tech company stock options. With the company stock I'd maybe get a 2-3x return, best case, in 1-3 years. Worst case, I go underwater and go to zero. I chose to forego the options and put my money into Bitcoin. Less risk, fully liquid, and with far more upside (IMO). It's why I chose to stop going to work for tech startups.

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lol why is a 4-5% decrease always a crash when it’s so common especially around earnings time in the private sector ??. IBIT is the fastest selling EFT in history - other countries are in the process of starting to adopt the currency based on El Salvador’s success. I can assure you that Blackrock , Vanguard, and Fidelity love when retailers dump. It takes that uncertainty away because the companies above don’t constantly flip/ they are long players . It’ll be 90 by end of year IMO

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People think Saylor is an absolute genius. I think he comes across as a broken record with a few good hits and a whole bunch of noise. You can listen to the guy for hours and glean very little wisdom IMO.

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Max out your TFSA in Microstrategy or one of the ETF’s like IBIT first IMO.

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Fhenix is working on fully homomorphic encryption which is an improved version of ZK tech IMO. With FHE you can perform computations while data stays encrypted meaning that you can even put your private key in a smart contract and no one would be able to see it.

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We are close to the god candle ath and altseason soon IMO

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So your point was to censor what you labeled as anarchist political talk from the Bitcoin sub- thereby you assume the right to silence a certain viewpoint and you want to impose your censorship choice upon all other sub members. You then go on the describe China are ruled by a delusional dictator- well your own attitute is right up there is all I can say. On most metrics Chinas economy is performing better than most western economies. Any attempt to avoid facing that fact is IMO delusional. We have a contest between a tired and decadent western culture where the bankers have captured almost all our politics and narratives and a rising China where the majority of politicians are trained engineers and they are building infrastructure and productivity at a pace far in advance of any western economy. You may not like Chinas human rights record- but compare it to US undermining of multiple countries sovereignty over the last 70 years or the behaviour of the British Empire from the time of the Opium Wars onward... Any rising empire has a degree of arrogance and imposing of its views upon those it chooses to impose itself. To ignore the contest that is now well advanced - the contest between the west and China, is to ignore the biggest single geopolitical event of the times.

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That's not what hyprocracy is. That's just having a nuanced opinion. Crypto is bad when used for crime but is not bad when used for fundraising. Doesn't really seem like that wild of a take IMO.

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Well yeah, a tokenized RWA is a security. If you want to offer securities and are willing to do KYZ RWAs are viable on chain however there isn't really much of a reason when you could just buy most securities through traditional exchanges anyways. A 100% gold backed token by a trusted provider such as a bank or mint or whatever would be cool. Realistically RWAs probably won't be a big thing in the near term. Utilizing on chain smart contracts to transact for a business using oracles to bring off chain data on chain is IMO the best chance to open up the closed loops ledgers mostly operate in.

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IMO, Q1 2025 will be the peak... at the very latest. It might even end in late 2024.

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Just warning people who might be over extended Holding for years? No worries Short term pain? The writing is on the wall We could see a pump to $80 prior to crashing, but that's just not worth the risk IMO

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I think it underperforms other assets. Even big ones like BTC and ETH, let alone smaller tokens with higher velocity. This is already happening. Everything was in the shitter in late 2023. BTC and ETH are up 2X min from that point. Matic is up like 25%. Tokenomics are balls and as an ecosystem, it's losing its footing to old competitors and newcomers in term of defi. People still work on BCH and there's a smart contract platform that utilizes it and stuff. It's only for the fanboys but it's still there and it's used and this is probably what keeps BCH from going to zero, but BCH's best days are long behind it. IMO that is going to be Polygon's fate. It'll always be a thing but its days as a big player are over.

Every possible reward/yield setup has been done in 259 other alts, and if you can still find them above $0 value, you can check how that is working for them. If there is a 'better' way to do it, the market has rejected it 30,000 times already, so perhaps there is a benefit from this setup that is not obvious to you, and of course, that is the hype cycle, which does not help Bitcoin perform better, but just draw in new users with fear and greed, not a bad way to get new users, IMO.

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Now say all taxation is theft. IMO, inflation is the real theft...

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Can you be more specific? You didn't elaborate and I've seen people say this same thing, also without elaborating. While on the flipside, I've seen specific arguments that Justin Drake used being picked apart, like his whole SHIB vs. SOL memecoins makes sense. [This is a laughable argument.](https://twitter.com/koifishfarmer/status/1798290070950281518) I haven't watched the whole thing yet, but the people saying Justin won haven't provided any good evidence of it. This also doesn't really track with my experience of following Toly on Twitter, he's almost always focused on the tech. Yeah, he's about 75% tech/industry stuff and 25% shitpost(but never adversarial) but IMO that's perfect for a crypto founder. Maybe you feel differently and I'd be curious to hear why. IDK, I just see comments like this that and it strikes me as someone just parroting what someone else said to an audience who is likely to already have a bias agreeing with that, who will then parrot it again.

Who?? If we get a max or crash or something like that we would send 50m overnight...then 250m over that week IMO

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To be a real flippening, you have to flip into first place IMO. The rest is just table stakes

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Best not to be associated with them at all IMO.

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i have some alt coin exposure, but besides etherium and maybe solana i don't put much faith in them and rarely buy. shitcoins and memecoins like pepe and doge are for daytraders and gamblers (what's the difference) IMO. i see the allure because you can drop a few bands into some shitter and maybe get a huge pop if you wanna be timing the market and paying cap gains, but i'm a hodler. i just stack my sats and wait and i'm doing just fine.

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Let’s hear your bottom predictions? I’ll say $64,500 maybe in a violent wick tomorrow leading up to/shortly after FOMC, but probably short lived and we go back up since this is all IMO pricing in tomorrow’s news

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For some of them I do believe this is a really good sign but others are just hijacking the AI popularity to gain attention. Those that focus on computing power should be correlated to Nvidia IMO.

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Agreed. I’m so tired of reading Bitcoin experts on here talk about the “trading patterns” and “rainbow charts”. I seriously pity anyone who believes that because a thing happened 4 of 4 times that it’s set in stone. If you’re trading Bitcoin and trying to time cycles you’re kinda missing the whole point of Bitcoin and makes this sub look foolish (IMO).

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My personal opinion is that bitcoin is a great store of value but a terrible monetary system for a country/government. Bitcoin is (IMO) a harder asset than gold so it is a better store of value than gold. I am not here to preach to the choir, but the reason why Bitcoin will be a terrible currency is the same reason why gold is/was a terrible currency. Just periodically buy bitcoin with your excess fiat, and all your problems with fiat as a currency are gone.

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As you reach all time highs, you'll experience regular corrections as whales decide that it's time to take profit, especially via OTC trades. Maybe daddy needs a new yacht or a third mansion. But IMO bitcoin will continue to zig and zag upwards as the demand/supply situation is like the California housing market - demand is unchanged but new supply just got cut in half. The disparity or mismatch is small at first, but it cumulatively builds up, leading to a new normal. That's the power of a hard asset. Arguably harder than gold, silver, and platinum. Not that it should ever replace the US dollar or fiat as a country's primary currency, but I digress.

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No but if there were it would probably be toward the lower side IMO. For a lot of people inflation just hadn't been THAT noticeable back then, things have turned for the worse economically a lot more recently compared to the difference in change then. And then it was already bad, just wait until even more people start to look for an out of fiat if things continue the way the have.

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OP definitely didn’t come across like he thinks he’s the first to think of this. Dudes just asking questions It seems like you think there’s a 0% chance this could ever happen which is a bit silly IMO, but I hope you’re right.

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> most don't have that liquidity any longer Bank of America (IMO best bank to look at for information about the average person) showed checking account balances are 32% higher than they were in Q4 2019. Plenty of money still on the sidelines.

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It doesn't raise my eyebrows when crypto companies keep btc in reserve, that's kind of expected, 99% of the list of companies that do operate a crypto/btc related business. It's a much bigger deal when companies like MSTR/TESLA do IMO.

Mentions:#MSTR#IMO

PS...ETH and smart contracts are good for a lot of use case stuff other than hodl investment, but nothing will catch up with the BTC IMO

Mentions:#ETH#BTC#IMO

Been an HBAR holder since 2021, bought a lot during bear lows and shorted it a couple times to increase my bag. Time will tell, but there is a lot of misguided FUD IMO but retail crypto bros want a quick moon and I think the crypto market in general still has a lot of evolving to do and I think utility and enterprise use is the future, but greed and stupidity are rife right now, so who knows, but I’d rather buy it under .10 than over a 1 if it ever gets there.

Mentions:#HBAR#FUD#IMO

IMO most alts are an EASY 5-10% up in the next day or 2. For sure XRP

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Binance is the easiest IMO, when you buy with P2P there's basically 0 fees.

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Risk some sure, but those that are risking it all are a bit unwise IMO. Nothing is ever a sure thing. Most my stuff are in low cost boring index funds.

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IMO and this is pure speculation, short hedge funds were on the verge of being margin called and needed to liquidate their crypto holdings to satisfy the collateral requirements. And of course as always, blaming and scapegoating roaring kitty as the cause of the dump.

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hm, idw. there are some critical differences. IMO they are not the same, technically speaking.

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Interesting talk. There is an important reason why Eth didn't take over. Proof of stake, although environmentally friendly, poses its own risks. The reason is because proof of stake has less security. A more energy efficient proof of work would be ideal. IMO Kaspa is a brilliant work of a proof of work coin that has fast and I *believe* is much more energy efficient. I would like someone to confirm this though as I'm not 100% sure. I know it processes blocks way faster (1 per second right now), but I don't know if that directly translates to energy efficiency.

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You should never do it because someone else convinces you. You should do it only if after researching you've convinced yourself. The ETFs are a giant risk of the USG patiently waiting for the Honeypot to grow large enough for them to do a 6102. IMO it depends on your time horizon. If you expect you'll need the funds in the next 5yrs then it's probably ok to try and use a Roth to shelter the gains from capital gains tax. Beyond that the risks of a 6102 go up exponentially and if it happens the USG will "compensate" you to 10cents on the dollar if you're lucky

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This is exactly my expectations as well in line with historical movements. Specifically around November/December should start going parabolic IMO.

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Probably the worst time to walk out IMO

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IMO The Fed is not cutting rates this coming meeting... the CPI data comes out the same day, so they won't have nearly enough time to make that move... I would love to see it happen, but smarter people than us don't think it's happening. so....

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Building on "Bitcoin has outperformed ethereum this year", you said "Which is exactly why...". IMO there is no causality that could possibly be applied, that's all. I think we are arguing semantics when maybe we shouldn't. It's all good. :)

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Depending on your country, switching between btc and eth will cause a taxable event. Worth avoiding that IMO, unless you have some losses that will offset your almost certain gains (at current prices)

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Being 100% anything seems risky. Also there will be penalties for pulling gains out of Roth early (though you can pull your initial investments any time). Imagine going all-in on BTC and then losing it all to some hacker. BTC is great but it’s still kinda sketchy IMO. Just make sure you have a solid understanding of how everything works.. private keys, cold storage, etc..

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As long as your net worth is high enough relative to spending it doesn't matter. You can sell when needed, you can try to sell the top, you can take collateralized loan IMO all will work fine just don't spend too much 🤷‍♂️

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and then people use far more other crypto products than btc, IMO chart is saying that is overvalued in terms of what people really do with it

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If the stock market is down and interest rates are low then there is a good change that Bitcoin would do well, especially with the greater liquidity and greater adoption that we have now. Ultimately, IMO, after the mass adoption phase, Bitcoin will be more like holding cash (or gold) or bonds for that matter.

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Thanks for that link, it will make great fodder for a series of blog posts or podcast episodes. The problems with it, are many. First, it uses Bitcoin a lot in the wording (when rhetorically convenient), while also using the term 'crypto' (when also rhetorically convenient), while being quite confused about the differences (whether accidentally, or purposely... I suspect the latter). Second, it trades off a lot of idealistic concepts, while ignoring reality when convenient. (Again, it is well crafted, rhetorically.) It isn't grounded in reality. Economics and Bitcoin are more engineering & societal type issues than pure math, theory, or science. You have to have an accurate view of human nature, societies and systems (and their problems), governments and their problems, etc. and I don't think this critique does. You have to make tradeoffs, as perfect isn't possible. It's use of logic and logical fallacies is troubling. It ignores them internally, while implementing them when useful. It has many technical problems, for example (as a miner myself) understanding of Bitcoin mining. It also, IMO, has many economics problems, though I suppose this depends one one's economic views (ie: Austrian, Keynesian, MMT, etc.) I feel bad if you were taken in by this, but you had some nice gains. You were a successful trader, but I'm not very confident you really understood Bitcoin.

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BTC all the way. IMO it’s the only sensible route.

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CPI does actually account for food and energy, but the Fed tends to place more weight on “core CPI” and “core PCE” which strip out volatile food and energy. While it is “a joke” to claim that “inflation is at 2%” and “victory is ours!” when core PCE hits 2%, these metrics themselves are not “a joke” IMO, it’s just one needs to understand what each metric is and is not telling you, and look at a broader range of metrics to better inform policy than just a few of these.

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It's a web 3 smart wallet, don't use passphrases but passkey that may be tied to your device like fingerprint or something, has been in existence for a while as some big CEXes such as Binance have been issuing it so Coinbase's adoption of it is IMO good for adoption as it's way less cumbersome than having to deal with passphrases and you are in control.

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Same here. I think this is a good opportunity for Smart Money to get in. Project clearly bottomed out around. 650k MC. It also clearly has a top at 6M MC. It’s also obviously rebounding around 1.5MC current. It’s rare that project with this kind of momentum doesn’t get back to all time high or beyond, so IMO - it’s easily a 4x play, and more likely 10-50x in a few months time. Really worth looking at $SEAT for anyone who hasn’t checked it out.

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You should consider $NEAR & $RNDR also…Near protocol is focusing on (AI x Web3) and Render Network is a provider of decentralized AI-GPU-based rendering solutions… IMO $NEAR will do 10x, $RNDR 15x

Interesting dive into CrossFi's protocol. The technical insights on liquidity and security are cool, though some claims need further validation IMO. worth exploring for those interested in staking technology

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If you do everything right, the safest thing is to keep bitcoin in your own self managed bitcoin wallets. If you don't want that level of responsibility, you can buy ETFs and they manage and hold it (there is a small fee that you never pay, but which gradually places a tiny drag on the returns). IMO they're pretty safe and the risk they will screw up is comparable to the risk that you might screw up if you did it yourself. A third alternative is to keep your bitcoin at an exchange and I think you are right to be fearful of that option.

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You can invest in stocks, real estate, Bitcoin or put your money in a money market fund. The money supply increases by 7% to 10% a year so you need to get a return that is better than that just to stay even. If might do that with real estate and you need a place to live in any event. You can at least stay even with a stock index fund. You'll do better than that will Bitcoin and you'll do less than that with a money market fund but you'll have liquidity and you will at least get some interest. So, Bitcoin is a better store of value but you can do some of all of the above (I do). The government has a monopoly on its currency (the dollar). We need it to pay taxes with and our wages are paid in dollars. We can pay our monthly expenses in dollars. After than, we don't need to keep it in dollars. Regarding a recession. People can have a Bitcoin ETF in a 401k but your concern about what will be liquidated in a recession also applies to stocks so it's not unique to Bitcoin. Most, not all, people manage to get through a recession without liquidating their long-term savings so that point is rather weak, IMO. That's just good financial discipline. Don't put everything you have into your long-term investment/retirement funds. The Bitcoin market is going to grow with mass adoption, not decline. The ETFs will see a lot of new money coming into Bitcoin. Look at the alternative asset classes and make your own decision. Are stocks underpriced now? No. How about real estate? No. Bitcoin over the medium to long-term is likely to have greater returns. You don't have to make this an all or nothing decision. How much Bitcoin should you have? The answer isn't zero.

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Confidence my man and having a plan like u do will only lead to great things in your future I guarantee it!!! IMO

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Just starting IMO... but up huge on my main positions and many more.. KAS TAO QUBIC ALPH RIO INJ RNDR SMH check their charts for this run.

IMO opinion, the BEST reason for using multi sig for an individual is to prevent being rugged by malicious hardware wallet firmware. With this in mind - do not do what you're intending to do. Use 2 completely different brands of hardware wallets. And ditch the ledger all together.

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My plan is to mildly take advantage of the 4 years cycles. My aim is to take some profits to build an extension on my house. And hopefully be able to rebuy back lower. But never will I sell it all incase 4 year cycles become a thing of the past. It’s all about personal risk tolerance IMO. Last bear market I used up a lot of my cash to buy more BTC so personally I feel I should take some profits this run.

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BTC should definitely increase more than 3X within our lifetimes. It has a chance at global financial inclusion. Allowing access to those who don't have access to traditional banking. It's currently being used as a hedge against countries with high inflation or unstable currencies. El Salvador is the first that comes to mind, but any citizen of any country that doesn't fully trust its government IMO should hold BTC. But most importantly I think it's about risk assessment. BTC has the highest global adoption rate among all crypto currencies. Its decade-plus existence, widespread recognition, and strong security have made it the primary entry port into the crypto space. While other projects may have higher multiples in returns. Its is always counterbalanced by increased risk. If you have the aptitude to research other projects and feel as if they are more sound bets than BTC, then you shouldn't invest. At the end of the day I'm looking for a diversified portfolio that is within my risk tolerance. Im very interested and invested in mutliple projects myself and as much as I would like to dump 100k into smaller, researched crypto projects. I'd much rather have it diversified in other industries with maybe 20% into crypto, half of that 20 in BTC.

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If all millionaires bought one for $65,000, and you'd want one, they might say it is worth $100,000. You can't afford it. Point is, it is only of immense value if everyone wants one like a cure for a disease. If the millionaires don't care, the value and availability will be what it is. Maybe by the time fiat is even more devalued, they'd buy some or one. Of the early Hodlers, they keep saying they're holding forever. IMO, "forever" has a price. If a coin gets to $400,000, someone would sell if that's their price. There is scarcity, but is there demand and at what price? If the price dropped back to $16,000, would the demand be great or small? Sure, if you *knew* it was going to $100,000+ , you'd back the truck up. But we don't know that. It is all hopium. Either a lot of people buy little or a large entity buys a lot. At $1 it could be the little people. At $16,000, it's some little people, but mostly the large whale. With these ETFs, it could be both, so there's hope.

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