TAKE a good LOOK at this guy , He is already living overtime he is old school and the unused Innovation part of his brain has collected to many spiderwebs it would be impossible for him to understand or even try to visualize BTC’s potential so is much easier to blame the stupidity on BitCoin let’s give him a break and try to understand his perspective , now back to reality imo the next 4 months starting now are extremely crucial for not only BTC but all top alt coins as well we are about to finally see the GATE OPEN UP and this time with the participation of smart money keep you eyes open
This is the correct answer. Minor, constant updates are necessary during the bear market for the project to stay, and moreover, LOOK alive. Major, game-changer updates are necessary during the bull market to really up the odds for massive skyrocketing. Why use all the bigger impact updates during bear market and lose their market move efficiency? Would make no sense.
There is so much wrong with that statement. First. Bitcoin isn't fluctuating, the market is. Bitcoin will always LOOK like it's fluctuating because you are denominating it against the dollar. Which, while the most "stable" fiat, is still wildy unstable as it never maintains its value year over year. The fed have a literal target of devaluing the dollar by 2% every year. Bitcoin does A LOT of things that fiat doesn't. Like, for instance, it's 1/21 million. NOT 1/infinity. So, that right there ETERNALLY differentiates it from fiat. No laws can ever make bitcoin NOT owned by the owner. If you own your own keys, the government CANNOT take your Bitcoin or freeze your assets assuming they are in bitcoin. That also ETERNALLY separates bitcoing from fiat. Bitcoin is deflationary while fiat is inflationary. No amount of regulation can change these things. And these are just like, tha abc's of bitcoin. There are so many more things that separate fiat from bitcoin.
I had a friend in college. We used to carpool. Sometimes we'd hang out on the weekend, drinking beer, watching really poorly made "horror" movies on rented VHS tapes. His younger brother died. He asked me to go with him to the funeral. He didn't seem to be in the kind of mind to be able to drive safely, so I said, "okay." We left at about 2:30 am. He drove most of the way there. I didn't know what to say, so I stayed kind of quiet. Every once in a while, he'd start yelling, "I KNEW HE WAS GOING TO DIE. I KNEW IT." Then, quietly, "I just knew it... I knew it..." We got there a little ahead of time and just stood around, leaning against the car. Strangely, I was thinking I wanted a cigar, but I just kept quiet. Other cars arrived. People dressed in nice clothes got out and quietly went inside. I had known his brother, but not that well. Still, the service made me cry -- probably it was the look on his mother's face that made me cry. It was not a happy occasion. My friend was in really bad shape afterwards. Even though we'd planned to stay the night, my friend insisted we drive straight back, so we got some food at a place called, "Don's", then we got started. It got dark, I was driving, I was getting tired. He was in the passenger seat nodding off and waking up then nodding off... He head jerked and his eyes opened. I said, "We need to find a place to sleep. I don't want to crash and die..." I got off the interstate and we headed down some country road. After what seemed like 400 miles there was something ahead which looked like a motel. I pulled in. The light was on in the "office" but nobody was there. We could hear a couple fighting in another room behind a closed door. We heard something break and then we heard something like punches or slaps. We looked at each other. My friend motioned his head and eyes towards the car, like, "Let's get out of here." We stepped outside. I was amazed at how foggy it had gotten in such a short time. I slowly, carefully walked towards where I remembered the car to be. I had my hands in front of me, waiting to feel the car in the darkness. It wasn't there. I said to my friend, "Can you find the car?" He wasn't there. I turned around to go back to the motel. It wasn't there. I was on a trail in a wooded area - mostly pine trees. A moonless night. The fog was lifting quickly. I started thinking about a TV program called, "The Twilight Zone." I kept telling myself, "That's just made up fiction. This can't really be happening to me." It was so unreal. Then I figured, "Ah! It must be a dream, I just need to wake up." I tried to open my eyes, but they were already wide open. In my mind I could hear my father's Johnny Cash record, "I keep my eyes wide open all the time. I keep my eyes wide open all the time. I keep my eyes wide open all the time..." as if the record was skipping. But it was all in my head. It didn't make sense to just stand there, so I kept walking, trying to stay on the trail. There was a very faint starlight through the trees. In one ear, I imagined I was hearing Johnny Cash. In the other ear I was listening to The Who, Live at Leeds - backwards! After a while, I clicked an imaginary switch and listened to the Who in normal mode while simultaneously listening to Johnny Cash in reverse. I just wanted to be home and wake up in my bed and have everything be all normal again. The trail led to an opening - the shore of a big pond or small lake. There was a rising moon I could not yet see, and it lit the tops of some gigantic white, fluffy clouds. The cloud-glow reflected off the surface of the small lake. In places, the trail was mushy, almost mud. About one-third of the way around the lake, the trail turned to re-enter the woods. That's where I saw the ghost of my friend's brother, about 11 feet tall, just standing there, looking out over the small lake. He was blocking the trail. I heard my friend's voice, behind his brother's tall ghost, very distressed and high pitched: "DON'T LOOK AT HIM! DON'T LOOK!! DON'T!!! Oh, stop LOOKING at him!!" In my left ear, Johnny Cash was singing about a burning ring of fire. In my right ear, The Who was playing "Magic Bus," in reverse. My friend kept screaming, "DON'T LOOK AT HIM!!" as his voice began to crack and fail. I stood there, looking at the soft moonlit clouds.
Yes, the supply is always greater. But GO BACK AND LOOK AT THE CONTEXT. I was saying, the supply is lowered as if a full Microstrategy EFFING TREASURY was purchased annually. As in, the supply is always, from the halving onwards, lower on a per-day EFFING BASIS, than it had been before. Jesus Christ.
I feel like it’s worth pointing out that things like Zelle LOOK like they settle instantly, but they do not. These things still take the same 2-5 days to settle between banks, just like a regular transfer. Banks enjoy holding onto funds for a few extra days. They’re not eager to have rapid removal of funds made possible.
if it's true, if he's not a scammer himself who's been playing the long game [because, he might have fans/a following/defenders but how was it confirmed he really lost 50k worth of crypto?? because that is a COMMON scam as well because grifters know there's always a segment of the community who will believevthem..ALWAYS.. and many grifters are *very* convincing over the long term & they also know how to create convincing files to make it LOOK like funds went out so their defenders can have 'proof.' some of them have also done this repeatedly, even without changing their public name..but definitely there are name changers, too but who don't actually always change their appearance! and that guy, he's supposed to be an *experienced* crypto influencer?? and no doubt he DOES have defenders, believers who will donate to his cause which scammers count on. because there are always such people who are not careful, are susceptible to the cult mentality and they will always *lose their minds* whenever there are even reasonable concerns about their favorite coin or influencer.😐 but otherwise?? that kind of cautionary tale is EXACTLY WHY the SECURITY STANDARD IS to NEVER STORE YOUR SEEDS, PRIVATE KEYS in DIGITAL/ELECTRONIC FORM ever!!🙄 but this guy did exactly that?
Good point why we shouldnt always call every coin a shtcoin when smth like that happens. I remember the days when this happened and everybody said '' LOOK AT ETH THE SHTCOIN..''. Look at it now, if u would invested into it. Thats why we shouldnt call every coin that has issues a shtcoin ladies and gentles
Not only have I unfollowed them but I blocked them. Also, it keeps showing me a bedbug subreddit. I blocked it multiple times and every day I'll see a post asking if some bug is a bedbug. I DON'T WANT TO LOOK AT BEDBUGS!!! They're gross. It feels like the algorithm is against me.
you know the risk with monero etc is ​ a. nonzero b. non trivial c. and on a long enough timeline significant enough to be catsastrophic and therfore significant. ​ ​ just because there are idiots in memecoins which area a giant unknowing gexpression of what you and i through experience see as acceptable risk traded for total idiotic risk does not change the fact that maybe monero and some of all these worthy projects as OP dubs them 100% will fail we just do not know which ones. i hope none fail and we all go into bright futire of emncipation and liberation. ​ LOOK AT WHA TTHEY DID TO FREE SOFTWARE IN 60 YEARS. first it had be defined as open source and now thigs like android are barely open source or free to use without malware. they changed the entire culture of copyright and scientific endeavour just cause they could. this is money and the future real estate of the coming virtualised , tokenised information age. what do you think the class of people who own everything and hire the best minds ot do evil shit have got planned for crypto, smart contracts etc etc?
Their discord is a laugh. I mentioned something in passing about how stablecoins are useful and some idiot jumped on me demanding I explain what's good about them and wouldn't leave me alone lmao. I'm 100% only in it for the money, and don't care about crypto either way. I tried to explain this, but he was having none of it, and demanded I explain in great detail about why stablecoins are good. WHY WOULD SOMEONE IN CRYPTO FOR THE MONEY EVEN LOOK INTO STABLECOINS? THEIR PRICES DON'T MOVE, THERE'S NO PROFIT IN THEM! I JUST KNOW THEY'RE BACKED BY A FIAT CURRENCY AND PEOPLE ACTUALLY USE THEM! He knows best about these things though, he's doing a DOUBLE degree in economics and something else. Imagine that, not even a qualified economist and thinks he is an expert! Hopefully he' still in his first year and hasn't grown out of his "I'M DOING A DEGREE I'M THE SMARTEST" phase. He has a bright future writing for The Guardian, I'm sure. Needless to say, I got banned. Apparently disagreeing with them makes your personality "abrasive".
I posted about a scam I uncovered a little under two weeks ago: [https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/12sz410/new\_type\_of\_microcapmeme\_coin\_scam/](https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/12sz410/new_type_of_microcapmeme_coin_scam/) It wasn't a single scam, but rather a pattern I've noticed with microcaps where it would LOOK like you could sell (which means things like tokensniffer didn't flag them), but you actually couldn't. It's super devious.
> Which is why you always hear of the bustling NFT/token economy on Bitcoin right? C'mon man it's a bad argument... THAT'S a bad argument. If there was no Ethereum NFTs would be dominant on Bitcoin. Not that I care. I think they're a gimmick and mostly a scam. >Did you even LOOK at my link??? It's Vitalik responding to this EXACT video. Saying, yes It's still an issue, yes they are working on it. His statement is consistent. It should cost $0.05 then and it shouldn't now. We just still aren't there yet The truth is fees on ETH are a lot higher than with Bitcoin. So one of his excuses for creating ETH is bogus.
>And yet it's been done since pretty much with Liquid, Lightning, Ordinals, Taro, Rootstock etc. Which is why you always hear of the bustling NFT/token economy on Bitcoin right? C'mon man it's a bad argument... >You take it from the horse's mouth, on video: Did you even LOOK at my link??? It's Vitalik responding to this EXACT video. Saying, yes It's still an issue, yes they are working on it. His statement is consistent. It should cost $0.05 then and it shouldn't now. We just still aren't there yet
I would totally buy a Pulp Fiction coin xD “DOES MARCELLUS WALLACE LOOK LIKE A BITCH!?” “SAY WHAT AGAIN, I DARE YOU, I DOUBLE DARE YOU MUTHSUCKA, SAY WHAT ONE MORE GODDAMN TIME!” That’s one of those movies that will never get old kind of like watching the charts xD
No idea what show, don't care. The only decent person on the panel is the former fiancee who returns the ring to the man. But just LOOK at the faces of the rest of these c*nts including comments from the men. That's what that man was surrounded with. That's what modern women are all about. The thought of returning the ring would NEVER occur to them because engagement rings are like consolation prizes for c*nts.
This was my original draft, i had to use AI to try and restructure it: All those who say "Crypto has no utility" are wrong ⚠️. I will share a short story of how i got into Crypto. I did not get into Crypto to make money or lose money. This tech is probably the best thing that happened to people who live in countries considered as "Third World". 👇 On a certain day during the year 2021, i was on google searching "The Top 10 ways to make money online" because at that time i was broke and had no income. I was still in university then, but we were all at home that year because of the Global Covid-19 Lockdown. I managed to discover a site where you could earn money by doing micro tasks that supports AI research. The name of that site is "Yandex Toloka" toloka.ai/tolokers I have not checked the site recently but at that time i was making less than $20 monthly using one account Making $20 on Toloka was very hard, frustrating and ridiculous. Most tasks payed <$0.01 and on a good day >$0.1. I had no choice but to scale up, i probably broke their ToC by creating multiple accounts to increase my income from the site. If i remember correctly, there were three primary ways to receive your payment. You could receive it through Paypal, Payoneer & Skrill. I chose Skrill because PayPal was not supported in my country and Payoneer was having some verification issues. My first payment was around $14 or so. I was happy that this thing was actually paying because most internet sites similar to Toloka were either frauds or scams. OK, i have my first $14, time to cashout. I went to the withdraw tab and saw that withdrawing straight to your bank account was possible, Yay! finally some real internet money. But all that excitement soon turned into frustration and anger when i realized that withdrawing to a bank in my country was not possible. I did not give up. I quickly went to Google after days of depression thinking that my hard earned money was stuck on Skrill. The first idea that came to my mind was "Betting". I told myself what if i could transfer this money to a local betting site and use that to cash out. Boom! Another frustrating venture, i quickly found out that few international sites supported this and absolutely no local site did. I started to look for a better solution to my problem again. Went back to google, googling. After what seemed to be years of googling, i managed to discover another site. It was a Crypto p2p site and its name was "Paxful" By that time i had made more $$$ on Toloka. I discovered that you could buy Bitcoin using a peer to peer system on Paxful and fortunately Skrill was an accepted form of payment on the site. Yay! i found a better solution. I made my first trade on the 21st April 2021. Those were the good days haha, when BTC was at $65k and people really thought we could hit $100k EOY😂, right now we are at like $26k with BTC, holy shit what a drop. By the way i managed to swap the BTC into my local currency. Fast forward to today and i have experienced a lot of shit in the Crypto space. I joined CEXs like Binance, i invested in shitcoins and scam tokens, got into NFTs (no utility btw) & read about trading (bullshit technical analysis, more like astrology if you ask me). So what's my point? My point is that many centralized financial institutions do not provide the same level of financial access/opportunities to third world countries that Crypto has consistently provided. DeFi IS PROBABLY THE FUTURE OF FINANCE AND YOU SHOULD LOOK INTO IT.
This. Even if i but silver dollars at $31. How the fuck am i just going to buy a can of soup? With a $25.00 silver coin in a back alley in a shady part of town? Even worse with gold. Also, If i want to leave the country with my gold i cant just shove it up my ass now because they caught that guy and NOW THEY KNOW TO LOOK IN YOUR ASS FOR ASSETS.
I hope that for once coins with an actual usecase become popular. The ones that are not screaming "LOOK AT US USING CRYPTO!!", but the ones who actually solve problems or offer a service, using blockchain tech without being so smug about using the tech. To me that would be real maturity in the market.
The ultimate shitcoin. It’s an overthought project that claims to be better than ETH and has failed at doing what ETH does… it’s run by a narcissistic person who people listen to because he LOOK like he would be a smart professor type.
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\*Looking at the BTC chart\* Bruh, I don't even need any TA to see that that shizz bout to pop. Just look at it. LOOK AT IT. Do you see?...... DO YOU SEEE?! Seriously, though. I look at that chart like a painting in a museum and my mind thinks rockets.
LOOK IT UP! You are on the short bus aren’t you? 3% unlimited Daily Cash. Go Look IT UP! You literally cannot figure out how to get 5% either? I’m quite sure you just searched 5% cashback instead of looking for reward points which can easily be converted to cash.
Holy cow did I trigger you, there’s literally minutes in between all these responses. Only a loser would take the time to keep coming back to respond to comment that they already forgot about right ? LOOK HOW MAD YOU ARE Now better get to bed soon you gotta wake up early and do what your journeyman tells you to do.
> Wanted to do the right thing and learn in the process. But damn, can get pretty rough. ***YOU GO TO BitcoinCore.ORG DOWNLOAD AND RUN THE PROGRAM DONE !!!*** (CHECK LINK IS GOOD - LOOK AT BITCOIN.ORG , AT SIDEBAR OF THIS SUBREDDIT TOO)
LOOK ! We must recognize that Crypto industry is going through a bunch of shit , shit that will force the SEC to jump in time after time to keep adding regulations , these regulations are also needed to keep the big fish from eating the small ones , didn’t we just witnessed what happened to FTX ? Yes yes , some of you are upset because you lost money in it but the truth is that FTX made the wrong move “inside” and another bigger fish found out about it and it waited to make the right move to eliminate FTX , you go guess who was that Big fish all whales and many others know exactly what happened, so at the end of the day the whole Crypto money circus will continue to be a risky business for a long time all we can do is Try to add a little dirt in our investing knowledge that will help us stay one step ahead of the CEO’s specially the ones from the exchanges they can be the biggest manipulators here
No bro there wasn't, READ some sources before you make ignorant comments. They telegraphed LONG AGO that they would convert all other stable coins to BUSD. LOOK. LOOK!!!! [https://www.binance.com/en/support/announcement/binance-to-auto-convert-usdc-usdp-tusd-to-busd-binance-usd-e62f703604a94538a1f1bc803b2d579f](https://www.binance.com/en/support/announcement/binance-to-auto-convert-usdc-usdp-tusd-to-busd-binance-usd-e62f703604a94538a1f1bc803b2d579f) 5 SEPTEMBER they gave notice of exactly this. 5 SEPTEMBER. It's not their fault that people suddenly wanted USDC at a specific time when the banks they would use for the reverse conversion were closed. EVERYONE who suddenly wanted USDC could have known this 3 MONTHS AGO.
Then other people that you don't know said: "LOOK AT THAT PUSSY, COMING ALL RICHER AND SHIT!" Suddenly, someone somewhere is getting upset and they wanna one up them. If you're good at gambling, the house won't let you in.
SBF is a pawn for putting some sort of regulation on crypto investments. Since Cryptocurrencies don't have a central issuing or regulating authority, SBF and FTX will be the “SEE LOOK WE NEED TO CENTRALIZE CRYPTO”. SBF / FTX was the pawn for Crypto like NORMA McCORVEY was the PAWN for Roe v. Wade. It’s all a scam put on by our government to pass regulations on something they want control of because they see a $$$$$$$$ sign.
It’s painful that these “intelligent individuals” who work for the institutions such as the ECB, don’t get it! Bitcoin doesn’t earn you a yield or dividend? Not a good investment such as real estate, stocks? LOOK AT YOUR SHIT COIN EURO AND INFLATION!! F***ing idiots!
The crime of the century..sam even went to get advice From "the cop on the beat" to make sure he was crossing his tee's and dotting his I'S. That's what the sec is for, to help the Elite scam the peasants . LOOK at the big picture under top cop on the beat. Giving bullshit fines to celebrities and Suing well run companies , All the while letting the real scammers crush retail investors...what a fkn joke he is . The us govt is totally corrupt from top to bottom. All for the rich non for the poor.
That’s not the defence at all. FOLLOW THE DAMN CASE BEFORE YOU TALK BECAUSE ITS MAKING YOU LOOK LIKE A CLOWN. There are SEC documents LITERALLY in the court records of this case. If you won’t even do the basics of read the case filings then nobody can fix that level of stupid ignorance. You’re so clueless. You’ve shown it time and time again. You know zero about the case and every comment you make proves it further. You literally have said things that are factually incorrect (Ripple delaying, ETH designation not part of the case, etc.) and yet even when proven wrong you still double down and stick your head in the sand. Your ego is so fragile you can’t even fathom that you’re wrong, despite the pile of evidence showing how wrong you are. Your ‘arguments’ are pathetic and have more holes than Swiss cheese. Go away fool, you’ve embarrassed yourself enough for one day. 🤡😂
Now LOOK how the handlers of the demented potato use the fiat and crypto crimes of the CEO of a CENTRALIZED exchange, to regulate DECENTRALIZED cryptos. When, the FUCK is someone going to organize a protest against these goons? SBF is HIS donor buddy, WE are made the enemy. Very fine.
Yeah, this article isn't actually positive about SBF. "SBF used to evoke positive comparisons, now the comparisons are negative." "LOOK THEY ARE SAYING POSITIVE THINGS ABOUT SBF" What? It quotes a few people who just lost most of their funding. Because that's what the story is about. I think we're both aware it's that special mixture of bad faith and dumb.
For sure dude. I tell old heads all the time time you know the annoying stock market bootlickers “DUUHRRR LOOK AT BITCOIN HAHAH” okay when Black Friday happened and the stock market collapsed a century ago everything fell by 90% it came back because institutions had money in it. It’s the same now. Hell when the market collapsed in ‘08 where were all these people then? Oh yeah boot licking panicking. While we here at crypto keep it cool calm and collected. Whatever they’ll see.
It's probably a good idea. (NOT FINANCIAL ADVICE, DYOR, MAKE YOUR OWN ASSUMPTIONS BASED ON INFORMATION YOU THINK IS RELEVANT, DO NOT TRUST ANYONE EXCEPT YOUR CLOSE ONES, DON'T LOOK IN THE MIRROR, DON'T LOOK OUTSIDE, DON'T LOOK AT THE MOON.
Its exactly because of the focus on decentralization that you get the memecoin epidemic in crypto. The JP morgans of the world arent going to invest millions because AWWW LOOK AT DA DOG, millions of people will. I predict that eventually memecoins will be just another crazy story retold on the history channel.
People already know about phishing websites happening since long time, still be surprised why they got scammed when they deliberately click on that website, JUST TO LOOK!! USE ADBLOCKER FOLKS, or at least avoid clicking on them!!!
The flaw your idea has is actually the part where at the end you > import the seed phrase and withdraw in case the device you're importing into is compromised, gone are your funds. Why not use the old phone or any other system as "signing only device" which would never ever come in touch with an insecure online environment? That WOULD LOOK SOMETHING LIKE THIS: You use the old phone AS a hardware wallet. If you're quite paranoid, open the chassis, remove any antennas (mostly very easy) and remount. Completely wipe the phone (securely, by overwritten the complete storage a few times). Install a completely fresh OS where you have verified the origin (pgp or whatsoever). On another device head to https://electrum.org and download your OS specific files. Move it to a portable storage and verify the pgp-signatures. Attache storage to your "signing phone" move the files over and install. Even though having removed the antennas switch (and remain forever) into airplane mode. Start Electrum and import your private keys. Your cold wallet signing device is ready. Now on any preferred system that also has Electrum installed. Create a watch only wallet (by importing the addresses you want to spend from). Create a transaction. "Export" unsigned transaction (to QR code or external storage). On your signing device "import" the unsigned transactions via QR or from external storage. Verify and "Sign" the transaction. Export the signed transaction back into your online Electrum wallet, reverify the transaction details. "Broadcast" the signed transaction. Done. OR LIKE THAT: Setup Electrum as coldstorage. You can use Tails from USB. Download it, verify pgp-signatures. Then burn it onto an USB drive and use it to boot up your computer. It comes with an Electrum wallet which you can use solely as signing device. You create or import your keys there. On another (online) device setup another Electrum wallet but only as watch-only version. If you want to do transactions, you create unsigned transactions from the online watch-only device, export it (via qr or external storage) and import it into offline tails Electrum. There you sign the transaction, export it and reimport the signed transaction into your online Electrum wallet. Then just hit broadcast and your transaction will be processed. This way you have a true cold-storage method for free. But I recommend to practice the workflow to understand what you're doing there. Pro tip: Setup a trustless secure seed by using Ian Coleman's BIP39 tool within tails as first step by throwing a dice around hundred-fifty times. Before doing so, verify the pgp-signatures of the Coleman tool to make sure it's not compromised. The methods only differ in the device you're using as signing device. Both are in the end way more secure than your idea of on the one hand generating the keys in a trustless environment but spending from and insecure one. In case something I have just said doesn't EXACTLY fit your case... I copied and pasted from my self. One last thing. As all the other commentors here are pointing out: If it's your retirement fund, why not just go the most secure way and buy a hardware wallet like Coldcard, Bitbox2, Trezor or Keystone?? Cheers.