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NuCypher (NU) and Keep Network (KEEP) merged into Threshold (T) starting sometime at the start of 2022 and I think that's now finalised. I think holders of NU and KEEP need to swap their tokens to T though; I don't think it's automatic. I don't hold any of those tokens, but I remember getting an email earlier in the week from Coinbase about it.
Well, if you're looking for an EASY way to get btc, I'm afraid an exchange will be the quickest and simplest option. Other than that, the only thing I can really recommend would be to just get a btc wallet, like Exodus for example on your smartphone and then have someone who has access to an exchange and who you trust buy the btc for you and have it sent to your wallet. There are other ways, but if you think that exchanges are already too complicated, you certainly don't want to hear those. Anyway, if you're afraid of exchanges because of the recent events, you shouldn't have to worry too much as long as you don't KEEP the btc on the exchange. Just buy it, and transfer it straight away to your own wallet. As for the 'flashdrive' - what you refer to is a cold wallet and you can 'mess that up' just as well as you could with a hot wallet like exodus. If you lose your keys, your btc is gone, always. Yes, they are safer, but in such a case you can loose two things: the keys AND the 'flashdrive' as you say, while with a hot wallet you can only loose, technically, the keys, since you can simply redownload the wallet app again if something happened to your phone.
There is no objective standard for "safe" or "safer". Risk scenario 1: losing of one of three wallets (and its seed). With method A you KEEP ALL of your Bitcoin. With method B you LOSE 1/3 of your Bitcoin. Risk scenario 2: losing two of three wallets (and their seeds). With method A you LOSE ALL of your Bitcoin. With method B you KEEP 1/3 of your Bitcoin. Neither method can be called "safer" than the other. They mitigate risks differently.
Many are predicting that bitcoin could fall to 10k. If that’s the case, you could buy 1.5 bitcoin then for what would pay for one Bitcoin today. No one has any idea, and timing the market is a fool’s errand. $16,500 is a great price no matter what. I’ve paid MUCH more for full coins. So you can buy it all at once, or you can dollar-cost average however you want (buy .25 a week for a month or .1 a week for 10 weeks or .05 for 20 weeks). But whatever you do: DO NOT KEEP IT ON THE EXCHANGE!!!!!!!! You buy a cold wallet and store it in there. In fact, set up the damn thing BEFORE you buy any bitcoin.
"Take classes, network, change jobs every couple of years to keep wages increasing instead of stagnating. " Taking classes won't help one get from a crap paying job to a higher paying job in the USA. Virtually all good paying jobs require experience and classes don't count as experience. Can't change careers because you're typecast in your old role. Go ahead, get degrees, certs and get more skills. Then get rejected for not having experience. If you can't get this good paying job, and most importantly - KEEP IT - you can't do anything else in this post.
Dividing the pizza into slices isn't the only variable. Its the effectiveness of the pizza. If you need 1 whole pizza to satisfy your hunger compared to only needing 1/10 of the pizza to satisfy your hunger. That's the comparison. You are not adding more pizza. You are saying that each slice of pizza (however you divide it) will satisfy you the same as when you were a bigger person. The "efficiency" of the pizza slice goes further than it before. You are not creating more pizza. However, if the smallest unit of measure for the pizza was called a slice, and you kept dividing the pizza over and over and over and still the smallest unit was called a slice, you could have 10 slices, 1 million slices, 21 quadrillion slices. It would still equal the 1 pizza when put back together. I get that. I'm comparing it to bitcoin and its value. 1 pizza and how much i need to fill my belly. Nevermind....this pizza conversation isn't getting to my question. That's obviously been answered by the bitcoin community as "KEEP DIVIDING BITCOIN. ITS SUPPLY IS FINITE, BUT ITS INFINITELY DIVISIBLE". Question Answered. Thank you.
Depends on how comfortable you are with tech and how much of effort you want to invest into securing your funds. The easiest way would be a hardware wallet like Ledger or Trezor. If you want a software wallet, I’d go with Electrum. Just make sure you download it directly from their website Electrum.org and do a checksum check before installing. If you want to be 100% paranoid like me, set up a dedicated, air gaped PC just for your wallet and keep it offline at all times. In any case, never reveal the seed phrase to anyone and never store it on your PC. WRITE IT DOWN ON A PIECE OF PAPER AND KEEP IT SECURE. And make multiple backups, as well.
OP, sorry for your loss. It may be a fuck up on your part, as you need to research companies before handing over any amount of money. Especially a finite asset (for people wanting to send bitcoin somewhere). However, the fact is you were scammed. It sucks. No scrap that, it’s soul destroying and life threatening when it’s life savings. PLEASE KEEP YOUR HEAD TOGETHER, IT’S ONLY MONEY, IT CAN BE REPLACED, BUT YOU CAN’T BE CLONED. Call 116 123 for 24 hour Samaritans Text SHOUT to 85258 You have a few options. 1 - (My recommendation) Do your best to forget about it. Take it as a lesson and preach/teach it to others. Get your head straight, realise that all you need here is time. Time will give you the opportunity to re-build wealth. You need to understand that this will not happen in one month, one year or even five years (depending on the amount). Figure out what you can do on the side to make extra cash if you want to speed things up. How you build that wealth is upto you. Weather it’s dca every week/month starting from nothing, or something like selling your car, buy a cheaper one and use the extra to start you off. Main thing here is your mental health and time preference. Time is on your side. 2 - Try to get the money back somehow. Would the banks help with this if you sent them fiat? Idk it’s worth finding out. No win - no fee lawyers perhaps? 3 - Accept it as it is and move on, never to invest again. I obviously condone this in every way possible, but if you decide that’s what you want to do then do it. 4 - (I also recommend this) Take some time out somewhere. A few days/a week, just reset and have a good time. Could be a few days staying in a hotel at scarbados or Whitby or the lakes. Who cares, just get away for a little bit.
Not necessarily true. That's one factor but to say nothing else matters is pretty disingenuous and a pretty awful generalization of the entire picture. Halving increases value because it increases the rate of inflation. The coins mined per block becomes exponentially lower, limiting the supply of the coin which increases demand and increases price. Miner incentives will still remain regardless of rewards. Now here's the kicker that everyone here is questioning which brings on "hur hur it happened 2/3 times, it can't keep happening." But it can. Bitcoin literally has systems in place to KEEP it happening. In the event that a halving does not increase demand and price, then miners would have no incentive as the reward for completing transactions would be smaller and the value of Bitcoin would not be high enough. To prevent this, Bitcoin has a process to change the difficulty it takes to get mining rewards, or, in other words, the difficulty of mining a transaction. In the event that the reward has been halved and the value of Bitcoin has not increased, the difficulty of mining would be reduced to keep miners incentivized. This means that the quantity of Bitcoin released as a reward is still smaller but the difficulty of processing a transaction is reduced. If you really wanted to make a really disingenuous, oversweeping generalization for kindergardeners about bitcoins value, yeah more people wanna buy vs sell = more price. That's markets 101. You can say that about every single asset/security/commodity ever. But to say nothing else matters completely ignores WHY people would want to keep buying more rather than selling. Supply matters significantly to why people want to buy bitcoin. Guess what the biggest drivers to Bitcoin's total supply is? Halving.
Because interest rates' effects aren't usually felt for about a year later. Stock/cryptos obviously sold off fast, but since they're speculative by nature they always reflect future expectations so they always lead the rest of the economy. The everyday real world effect of money 'leaving the economy' is going to be felt in 2023-2024. Not only will rates also continue to rise but the Fed has made it clear they intend to KEEP them raised for longer as well.
> **AT THIS POINT, IT BEGS TO MENTION. DON’T GIVE YOUR SEED PHRASE TO ANYONE. KEEP IT OFFLINE.** I'd like to add to this, don't give your seed phrase to anyone, keep it offline, and don't store it DIGITALLY in any form. Don't take photos of it. Don't get it out in front of a webcam without sticking gum over the cam first. Don't write it down in the notes app on your phone. Your seed phrase should go from pen to paper, then to a safe place, and NO WHERE ELSE EVER. Many think it is fine to take a photo of it but sometimes your phone and computer are backing up files or sending stuff to cloud storage without you even being aware of it. As our devices get more complicated and more connected, the room for error and accidents multiplies. Your seed phrase should be written in ink or stamped onto metal, it shouldn't be anywhere near a phone or a computer ever.
> AT THIS POINT, IT BEGS TO MENTION. DON’T GIVE YOUR SEED PHRASE TO ANYONE. KEEP IT OFFLINE. I'd like to add to this, don't give your seed phrase to anyone, keep it offline, and don't store it DIGITALLY in any form. Don't take photos of it. Don't get it out in front of a webcam without sticking gum over the cam first. Don't write it down in the notes app on your phone. Your seed phrase should go from pen to paper, then to a safe place, and NO WHERE ELSE EVER.
Some people arent ready to take control of their own crypto, some will never ready. I cant stress this enough, if you want your own keys, NEVER show your seed phrase to anybody, dont screenshot it, dont save it in notepad, dont print it off. KEEP IT OFFLINE!
It’s like some ppl choose to forget things. I have no doubt ppl will flock back to FTX despite getting fucked over them before bc they’re under new management…??? They’re all the same guys. Every centralized exchange acts like a bank with no FDIC insurance on a much more volatile asset than the USD. KEEP YOUR OWN KEYS. Jesus, I feel like some ppl like getting fucked over.
Exchanges aren't banks. The only exchanges worth "exchanging" on are those that can survive people withdrawing their money after "exchanging" it. To consider otherwise is asinine. As a previous user stated "CeX SHOULD KEEP CUSTOMER'S FUNDS AS LIQUID ASSETS ONLY."
The thing is, IT'S MY FUNDS and I should know it that any CeX where I put my funds, they should be safe. If an exchange doesn't do shady stuff and don't gamble with customer's fund, they should be able to provide everyone without any issues. The funds can't be semi-liquid or illiquid. CeX SHOULD KEEP CUSTOMER'S FUNDS AS LIQUID ASSETS ONLY. The problem is, people are too afraid at this point to trust any CeX; so, anyone with a sane mind would withdraw their funds even by a FUD news because they don't want to be the last person holding funds in that CeX. So, I won't ever blame anyone who withdraws their funds from CeX. They are worried about their funds, as they should be, and particularly, after the recent events. Also, a reminder to all of you. ***Not your keys, not your cheese.*** **Use CeX like a public toilet. Go inside, finish with your shit (here, transactions) and get out. You don't need to stay in the toilet forever.**
Actually shocked by how much you shoot down your own argument. Not being able to force coins out of an exchange is exactly why Bitcoiners say not to KEEP your coin on an exchange, and not to consider it your own until it's under your own personal keys. You've literally made an argument FOR having a wallet. So in a hypothetical scenario, an exchange has 2 account holders, who each have been purchasing 0.01 BTC a week for the last 2 years (and so each person has roughly 1 whole Bitcoin): - person A follows "Not Your Keys Not Your Coin" T-shirt, and so withdraws each purchase immediately to their wallet. As such, their 1 BTC is on the wallet. - person B who keeps all their BTC on the exchange. One day, the exchange decides to stop withdrawals, and so person A cannot withdraw their latest 0.01 to their wallet. Their 0.01 BTC, and person B's 1 BTC are at the mercy of the exchange. The exchange then goes bankrupt. Your whole argument is their is no benefit to following "Not Your Keys Not Your Coin". And so in the above scenario too? Would you rather be person A or person B?
It's good to question these types of statements. And you're right, maybe it's used a bit too much to the point it sounds like parrots. Maybe another, updated catch phrase could be thought of and used. But the point is 100% accurate. It's meant to help folks easily understand the connection between control of the private keys = controlling the bitcoin. So why would one want to knowingly take the risk of leaving your bitcoin on an exchange, especially after so many spectacular blow-ups we've seen just in this year alone? So it absolutely matters - very much - that you DO withdrawal your bitcoin from centralized exchanges. Go ahead and buy it there - sure thing - but don't KEEP it on there. That's the difference. Would you rather withdrawal and have a bearer asset or keep it on the exchange and risk getting the dreaded email that states "sorry, withdrawals are paused until further notice"?
Great story, similar to mine. From which I too have learned a lot. Including mainly TAKING PROFITS and ALWAYS KEEP A SHARE IN USDT OR BUSD. Like you, too, I am convinced that cryptocurrencies will be the future and that in the next bull market they will surely give me great satisfaction. In the meantime, I am looking for projects with meaning and I found TELOS that seems very interesting in which I have personally invested. Take a look
How to prevent this type of attack: DO NOT KEEP YOUR STUFF ON EXCHANGES. This has been said hundreds of times on this sub, if you had that much money, why didn't you take $150 and buy a Ledger or something. Risking it on a centralised exchange is your biggest mistake. Sorry for your loss, I really do hope you can recover and the attackers eyes get poked with something hot.
BTC AND SOME PM’s WILL MERGE TO TOGETHER WHILE THE 2ND REVOLUTIONARY WAR IS FOUGHT AGAINST THE “UNITED BUREAUCRATIC ADMINISTRATIVE STATES”!SILVER MOVES UP TO $19.61 SPOT + $19.39 (PREMIUM) INTHE LAST 24 HRS!WONDERFUL! “KEEP MOVING ON UP!” 10/22/2022
Do not look at relative value like "-90% from ATH - that's a good buy". Look for true value! What is securing the network? How decentralized is it? How do you like the people in the dev team? What are the use cases? What could I use it for? Do not fall for trading back and forth all day long. Form a conviction about something & then test it with friends. If your argument stands, expand your position. Crypto, especially Bitcoin, is about delayed gratification & a low time preference. Master that and adjust it according to your needs. No point in saving if you don't have time to reap the rewards. Which brings me to my last point: KEEP LIVIN'. You got but one life. Make the best of it. Peace.
I feel people should all read at least 3 HOW TO CRPYTO manuals and then paly around with $20 and see where they can sent it to and how long it takes and how much fees are, then watch a bunch more on HOW TO KEEP YOUR CRPYTO SAFE until they understand that its like digital gold, only THEN can they really get safety invested!
Whenever I get stressed about things (pretty much anything), I just re-examine the facts. If you invest 5 dollars every day (or 10, 20, whatever you can afford) and KEEP to the strict schedule of investing.... if you do this every day, then in 1000 years, no one will remember you ever existed. Also, if you don't do it, no one will remember you, either. Feel the stress melt away.
Here is a fun one for you MR SEC: Claim a 51 stake of the ethereum network, and then we can talk okey? Oh wait it's too decentralised for you to be able to realise that. You'd bankrupt before you could buy all that supply of eth with you driving the demand like a madman. But unless you have thaty 51% stake in the network you better (to quote will smith) KEEP ETHEREUM OUT OF YOUR DAMM MOUTH.
There's a possibility of a comeback and it surpassing it's ATH but I feel it's gonna be a long uphill battle. A $4000 investment just to get basic decent returns, is a bit much for Joe Average. While I understand why they slashed their card/rewards system, the previous system was good enough to attract newcomers...and now that's gone. I feel they're going to have to bring it back at some point, in order to attract and KEEP the next bull runs newcomers. If the system they have stays where its at now, I believe the amount of newcomes will be a hell of a lot smaller than last run.
Lots you are missing. I used to live in Europe where I was allowed to access binance which is why I used it daily. Binance themselves had tutorials and suggested using a VPN if coming to the USA. But none of that even matters - I don't want to use binance. I want them to close my account and to withdraw my assets. They WON'T do THAT. they've told me they will delete my account and KEEP MY MONEY.
I strongly disagree. Almost all the digital content you consume, from ebooks, to streaming music and movies, you don’t own any of that shit. As soon as you stop paying your subscription, or the service pulls your favorite song out of their library, or someone decides to censor that book or remove that video, it goes away. What if you could buy a movie from Netflix and fucking KEEP IT FOREVER as if it were a physical dvd instead of hoping they didn’t lose their license to carry it next time you want to watch it, or maybe you traveled to another country and now it’s not available. And then there’s the issue that most content creators get paid peanuts compared to what the big corporations that sell the fruits of their labor pull in, making it hard for independent artists to make a living so that the ultra rich can buy their third yacht. NFTs create an entirely new marketplace structure that fairly and directly rewards creators. What about fairly compensating contributors to your favorite open source software? Boom, NFTs. What about registering your car, your house, or any other important physical item on an efficient public database to prove your ownership rather than the system we have now of each town or city keeping its own records in some random filing system of their own choosing, none of which is easily accessible or compatible? Boom, NFTs. There are so many use cases, this is the tip of the iceberg. The fact is you will be using NFTs as part of your daily life within the next five to ten years whether you realize it or not.
Back in late 2013. - It went up to 1.000 Dollars. I started buying when it was down to 800. I started accumulating and kept buying through 2015. It went fucking down and down and down but I was ABSOLUTELY convinced, that this is the technoloy of the future. I got to 4 BTC. Didn't have much money, also had some ETH (300 at some point) When BTC touched 200 I got nervous. 2015 was crabing, a little up CRASH, crabing, a little up, CRASH. That's when I sold most because NOW I was sure, it's NOT the technoloy of the future. That was back then, when there were maps with real-world adoption. "Hooray, this little obscure shop accepts Bitcoin, Hooray, that shop that I'll NEVER go to accepts Bitcoin." Made no sense anyway, because if you HAD Bitcoin, you wanted to KEEP Bitcoin. You didn't want to spend it. You wanted to get rich with it. But didn't look like that in 2015. In 2015 $ 1.000 was FAR FAR away and BOYS - LISTEN UP - NOBODY BACK THEN THOUGHT that we could see **60.000!** We hoped and dreamed but it was in the future. And back then we didn't have time machines. It was REALLY the time when nobody knew shit about fuck. If you zoom out today and look at the Bitcoin-Graph from 2014 to 2017, you'll see that it basically formed a very very wide cup. From June 2015 on out it started to climb again. it changed the course upwards. I remember that I was CONVINCED that at some point that ATH that was the left upside of the cup would be broken and we'd go up then. So I started to buy again and BOY WAS I RIGHT. I didn't have 4 BTC at that point anymore, because when my GF and me moved I FUCKING FUCKING sold 2 Bitcoins to buy a 800 € (Not Dollar) Ikea Table, black, beautiful, now hated. The 300 ETH I sold with a very small profit, that was never anything that would have made me money. BUT - I remember that at the hight of the bullmarket or crypto-craze at the end of 2017 I had 30k Dollars in Crypto, which is much for me! When it started falling, I sold some and made mabe 10k profit, kept the rest until it was worth shit. I sold again in March 2020 because I thought it's over. Because if you look at the chart: We had a big crash in November 2018. That is NOT what broke my back. Because surely we'd go up again! And that we did, but not really, we crept sideways for 2019 and then in march 2020 we crashed basically to November 2018 levels. I thought - Sure we can crash, but if we crash BELOW the level of a severe crash, that surely means, it's over. So I sold basically everything and kept some petty cash. 0.3 BTC and like 3 ETH and some shitcoins. THEN we went up again and the petty cash ballooned up to about 28k again. Didn't cash out, am back at 8000k, DID cash out some when BTC was at 19k a few months ago, because I needed the money. So what can I say? Crypto is a dirty story and even if you were in it from the very beginning, it was easy NOT to get rich and NOT To make money. Today I believe, I COULD be rich, but I would have had to be single. If there had be no distractions, I'd have done things differently. I probably wouldn't have sold at all. But here we are. Good thing is, that AGAIN I think that Crypto is pretty dead. That usually happens relatively close to when it explodes again.
it was created as an alternative to fiat. the incentive is to use something other than fiat. It's nice that it fluctuates and so people can make money off of it but that misses the point. You're not supposed to buy BTC, make some money to then transfer it back into fiat, you're supposed to buy it and KEEP it in that space, to USE it in that space.
Bitcoin (and all crypto) is still the wild west. Governments are starting to push regulation to try and control the horse as it runs from the barn. This leads to wildly unpredictable events. Look at what the SEC did to Blockfi, and just by the threat of that, many other Cefi platforms pulled their services from US customers. Exchanges will be forced to comply with the gov't lest they be shut down. And compliance could easily come in the form of limiting or restricting withdrawals (i.e. Canadian monetary freeze during the 'Freedom Convoy.') Yes, they want their tax. And they want their control. Isn't the Kraken CEO always tweeting telling people to take coins off the exchange? Furthermore, nothing Cefi or Defi is FDIC insured. Add to this the many bad actors that we are learning about and the severe rehypothecation that is taking place. Exchanges are doing God-knows-what with you money and when they fail (as many already have) your Bitcoin is poof. Bye-bye. It's fractional reserve lending without the safety net. We have no way of knowing how levered these exchanges are. And then a big player like 3AC defaults and the house of cards crumbles. Want to keep your money safe? Then actually KEEP it. Put it in cold storage.
You went to school. You pay for it. NO HANDOUTS! If I can't afford lunch I don't buy it. If I can't afford a TV I don't buy it. If YOU can't afford school don't fucking go. If It is a priority you will find a way to pay for it. I DON'T OWE YOU A FUCKING THING! EARN WHAT YOU KEEP. KEEP WHAT YOU EARN!
Your Reddit Vault is automatically generated when you claim your avatar. If you're using the Reddit app you can retrieve your Vault(wallet) address and passphrase. WARNING: NEVER GIVE YOUR PASSPHRASE OUT AND MAKE A BACKUP OF IT AND KEEP IN A SECURE LOCATION. Steps to get your Reddit Vault(wallet) address and passphrase for backup: From the Reddit App, tap on your profile picture in upper right hand corner. Tap on "Style Avatar" Tap on "You" tab Tap on "Your Stuff" Tap on the icon that looks like a disc/wheel with a down arrow. Should be on the right hand side under an icon that looks like a die.
This is one step away from fiat. I can’t stand these derivative style investments, you wanna know how you lose a hard cap, by giving banks custody and allowing them to write paper cheques “backed” by btc. I personally want nothing to do with that garbage. We have an asset that’s literally designed to pump forever as long as people self custody. So I can’t stress this enough, KEEP CONTROL OF YOUR DAMN BTC.
Little ETH , it's okay :) You will not be scolded if you so choose to pump into 2k range . Mother and I are very proud of you , we have several of your brothers and sisters in our pool who have been validating for some time and would appreciate if you CONTINUED TO KEEP YOUR FOOT ON THE FOOKIN GAS yee yee !!
Its the first golden rule of crypto regardless the market situation: NEVER EVER KEEP FUNDS ON EXCHANGES (if you don’t intend to trade). It‘s not necessarily about bankruptcy, its mainly a security aspect. You have to assume that security of any exchange is garbage, because there is no way to proof otherwise. Better take it in your own hands, your keys, your responsibilities.
"You don't need a high paying job. You just need an average job, basic financial literacy, and some budget discipline to become financially secure." Utterly false. You cannot get this "average job" unless you get past the catch-22, which nobody has a solution to. You need to be able to GET and KEEP a good paying job. If you can't get past the catch-22, you cannot do this.
Some principles: 1. Never invest more than what you can afford to lose 2. 1. Never invest more than what you can afford to NEVER spend until you have Fuck You Money (10 years minimum). They call it diamond hands for a reason. 3. Avoid debt, as it will borrow from your future and the future profits of your discipline. 4. NEVER borrow to put money in something you are trying to DCA into, as you'll inevitably have to take out some DCA money to service that debt. 5. Most of this is mental discipline. Believe in yourself, and change strategies if you don't. 6. A basic principle of investing is to diversify, and this applies to BTC also. I follow the Bitcoin Dominance proportion by adjusting percentages according to this. 7. Generally, if it's disciplined, it's going to work out in the long term, the only term you care about. 8. Figure out a good security strategy. 9. Yeah, It's confusing as fuck. Don't make this easier on yourself. That's the trick that the banking system used to fool us all. You and you ALONE are responsible for everything the banks provide for you, and then more again on top of that. Get used to it. It's just the price of entry to this space. 10. if you break a principle, have compassion for yourself. We've all had hard lessons and crises of faith. Let your strategy evolve, even as you do. 11. Faith isn't a good investing principle. Learn lessons. Have humility. 12. Don't tell ANYONE about your investments. People who do that here are idiots. KEEP IT SECRET. KEEP IT SAFE. 13. NEVER put your coins on any exchange. Keep it as reasonably close to you as possible. 14. **Don't follow this or any other advice. Test yourself and find out what works for you.**
Lmao nah, nice last attempt to shill though. Every single idiot who ever invested in this is down. Also imagine being desperate enough to try to get rich off of charity, "PLEASE BUY INTO OUR COIN IT MIGHT HELP DOGS IF MORE PEOPLE KEEP BUYING IN AND THEN WE'LL GET RICH!!!" All these dead coins using charity as a marketing ploy are scummy as fuck, and I'm happy seeing every single one turn out to be a failure and lose all the investors money. You would have been better off just donating your losses to the animal shelters, but you got greedy as fuck. You probably spent $100 on this garbage which donated $5 at the very most (devs take their cut) and then saw $60 go down the drain which you could have simply donated in the first place. I'm happy to see all you guys lose money though. $50k in volume today instead of 60k, better get back to telegram so you can do another shill raid!
This is why regulators won’t leave us alone. Greedy degenerates like these are the reason we’ll never have financial privacy and we’ll never be free to do what we want with our money. Because idiots like Celsius are screaming “YOU NEED TO KEEP US IN CHECK”