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After a crazy journey into the BSC Network altcoin underworld, telegram presale private groups and thinking I'm smart... I will only invest from now on in BTH and a little bit in ETH. I will tell you with detail my journey, sorry for the long post.
Nobody wants war except those in power. They aren't the ones actually going to fight in the wars. Nor are their kids or families. I think if politicians sons/daughters were forced to go into the draft for the wars they started, there would be a LOT less wars.
Look, I live in Germany, I trade cryptos, both of my parents of my partner are tax consultants and I can very certainly say that you are not correct there. „The accounting is the blockchain“ also makes no real sense. Now to your „the markets are very deep don’t worry“ thing, 5 mio USD are about 280k DOT right now. Let’s check Coinbase. If you’d buy BTC directly by market order with it, you’d look at a loss of roughly 50% right now (go and check). You could also sell DOT for USDT, where that volume isn’t even listed right now. The daily volume hasn’t been as high as the single order you would like to fill. Now you could go through the most liquid route, sell for USD and then buy BTC. Now how would you like to go about it? Sell for an actual 5mio USD amount? There you are looking at about 355k DOT you’d have to spend, which is a los of almost 20%. And then you’d have to buy BTC, which is currently about 127 BTC in the BTC/USD orderbooks. So you’re looking at 127 BTC for 355k DOT, which is an average rate of 0.00035775, compared tongue current spot rate of 0.0004415 luckily not that much more. Still, 20% loss from the trade alone plus taxes you have to pay. That’s of course assuming you go through direct market orders AND the market doesn’t immediately see your ass-large order and rips you off - there are A LOT of algo traders that just wait to squeeze that order out. You could go through a broker and try to get this down to maybe 5-10% through continuously sipping into the market, hoping that not too many market makers realise that over the course of a week someone is liquidating potentially several time the daily volume in one direction. You could go via multiple exchanges too - that could help! But, if you look at Kraken too and split that up, you’re still looking at a discount of 15% at least. „Just buy Bitcoin for it“ is a sign that you have never actually had to deal with larger orderbook mechanics. Just post the damn DOT address and take the damn donation.
I mean yeah I completely agree...I definitely dont want to be giving a single penny to the Russia right now. But I feel like $5m going to Ukraine might be a LOT more meaningful than it would be to russia...so in that sense, its worth the risk to send the money even if it doesnt make it. Definitely hope that it actually does and can make an impact. Fuck russia. Fuck putin. glory for Ukraine.
The safest option right now would probably be to farm dark/cro for sky through the bank. Buying sky directly is a great option if you believe the price will keep going up. If the Tomb shares is reflective of performance, (which dark crypto is a carbon copy of) then it still has a LOT of room for growth. Dark has been holding the peg ridiculously well, and will do so for awhile longer because the supply is just so low right now.
Its not exclusive to such use, think of the super average person who gets his money in the local currency. In the past couple of years, the average person lost a LOT of buying power. Hell, banks are offering double digit interest rates, you can't escape reality if you want to fiat your way around.
And who is electing that government. I know at this point Putin can only be taken off his ruling chair via, most likely, assassination, but before? Why did your people vote for him? And for Medvedev? Even now, **A LOT** of russians are defending and supporting putin.
Probably this time a lot of people just decided to throw some money IN the market to enjoy the dip. So there's a little bounce. I think we will have a HUGE dip in the incoming weeks, there's a possible shitstorm coming from eastern Europe (possibly a turkish ship got hit by a bomb, if it's true, gg easy and we're all at war, boys), so the all markets will go crazy, stocks and crypto included. I don't think we're all gonna die, but things will get a lot worse before getting better, so it would be wise to not check your portfolio if you can't stand seeing a LOT of red lol
Technically Crypto bro isn’t completely wrong. Problem is that many other things have to fall into place before that can happen. First, crypto has to clear a labyrinthine gauntlet of regulatory hurdles, not just in the US but in the majority of nations world wide. That’s going to take a LOT of time . Second, it has to become a convenient payment method, not an investment opportunity. That’s just the beginning of the list.
BTC showing the market who is Boss. The biggest issue before was uncertainty - if, when and how an invasion would look. Now that's out of the way, panic isn't the main issue. Other than interest rates being hiked by 0.5% next month, we might be out of the woods already. I'll be surprised if my 29K BTC orders get filled now. Also remember: a LOT of money has been pulled already this year. Lots of it will come flooding back at a certain point.
that has nothing to do with Ukraine though...that's because it's already lost 99% of it's value and the Devs have randomly started releasing and selling huge amounts of tokens without warning. That's more than a LOT of red flags...
Ehh I try to save serious political arguments off Reddit because it’s a big time waste but I love Crypto so maybe a few thoughts are worth it. I left Ukraine more than a decade ago but still have family and friends there. A lot of people were hopeful and optimistic after revolution, including myself. Many older people were disgusted, also a big portion of Eastern Ukraine did not support it. Nearly a decade on and all I can say is that situation in Ukraine got even worse. Economy in toilet, no manufacturing and worst of all some questionable social moves by government in regards to allowing nazis and officially recognising them. Now, I know that word has been desensitised in the west because everyone right of Bernie gets that title but in Eastern Europe it is a really big thing. Most families are only one generation removed from losing a loved one in the War. Everyone inside Ukraine and around the world knew that Ukraine going to Europe was a no bueno from the start. For some reason, Ukrainian politicians just kept angling for it, all while knowing where it would lead to. There was a neutral game to be played but for some reason was avoided. Now those same politicians fled the country, all while telling every man 18-60 to go and fight someone that a lot of them don’t see as an enemy. It’s honestly sad because there is a lot of shared history, good and bad going back centuries. A LOT of Ukrainians have Family in Russia or consider themselves to be part Russian. Unfortunately, it will go down as another failed state after another CIA colour revolution. War sucks and the worst part of all will be that most of the deaths will be 18-25 year old conscripts who have their whole life ahead of them. As for Crypto, in Ukraine you will see a massive adoption because the economy will barely function and people will rush out to protect their money. Russia too but on a more investor level as people try and bypass sanctions. … because I know this will be met with a putinbot response, I’m more than happy to put up a 100 DOT bet with my birth certificate being proof.
Again, IOHK has 600+ employees. If IOHK could hold onto its ADA while paying for that many employees, that would lead me to question how the hell it's all being funded. IOHK is spending A LOT of money on researchers, engineers, management, and grounds work in Africa and other regions. What's most likely is that the billion ADA was sold to fund operations. Whether it was sold first then fiat was paid to employees, or some other arrangement, we don't know and have no way of knowing. Just apply some logic for a second. Think about how much staking rewards were lost by not staking that ADA. If it were Charles himself, he'd be making quite a large loss by exploiting a DEX at the cost of staking rewards. I've seen your other reply where you said that you think it's for "ego reasons". If that's how big your tinfoil hat is, I don't think me making any amount of sense would deter your judgment.
The government here can suck my balls. However these last few days have brought A LOT of eyes upon cryptocurrency and the concept of decentralized banking. Trudeau has worked against himself every step of the way, it's pretty funny.
And it's not even like it takes a Masters Degree in Financial Analysis and 4 days of intensive research....it takes literally 10 minutes max when its a new issue and 90% of the time you are done after 3-5 because it's so obviously trash FFS, a LOT of the time I don't even have to leave CMC or the coins/tokens chart page and it takes less than a minute because it's painfully, *painfully fucking obvious* just based on the Name, supply, age and liquidity that its sketch AF People are super lazy imo
Yep. It needs to set in for people that the ability to see 10x gains inside of two years or 30-50x gains over 10 years are gone, at least for BTC. We're still 'early' but not 'early-early.' Not when there's superbowl commercials about Crypto. I've been around long enough to remember when cracking 1k was a big deal. Then 10k. I do expect to see 100k too. But someone who wants to make life-changing money from BTC cracking 100k has to put in a LOT more capital up front.
Thanks, but from the sound of it you'll have a LOT bigger fish wanting to work with you at that point than me. My entire portfolio (which is 95% real estate at the moment) is worth approximately $30k. If you don't mind me asking, how'd you learn to pick coins like you do? It sounds like you've got a lengthy background in stonks? I've got literally 0 background in finance at all, so it's been a rough road trying to learn anything with coins.
If you approach Crypto.com, Coinbase, Binance, Kraken, and Gemini as a scam, you will waste countless hours that could be better spent. Point is that this space has matured a LOT, and you need to use some common sense about platforms that have millions of users and billions of $ in AUM.
>This has already been happening for at least a year or two in the UK, and I assume other countries. Many addresses deemed to be associated with criminal activity are blacklisted by exchanges, and regulations force crypto providers to use such chain analysis tools and contribute to the blacklist. Yeah, 100% correct! I think its being used a LOT more then we can imagine. I first came across references in a court case years ago against a dark net drug dealer that indicated something was being used to grab transaction histories and track asset movements. Initially I thought it was being done manually. Then awhile later found a Israeli company that was offering the service to LE and they directly stated they used a algorithm to scrap blockchain explorers and map the data out into a usable format for LE. Must have been within 6mths of that I had come across a US and Canadian company both offering the same service. From memory, this would have been somewhere between 2018-2020. At the time it was very much targeted at LE for criminal cases..... but the applications were immediately clear. Besides LE, governments would love it for tracking persons of interest, tax departments would beat down their door to access asset tracking to enforce taxation, intelligence organisation would have been first in line before LE.... So its safe to say this is in MUCH more widespread use then we can imagine (or at the very least in the process of being rolled out to things like tax departments). This multi government "intervention" around Binance and its global activities was the 1st major inroads governments have made to capture the crypto sector in a regulatory framework. Going after the largest global CEX and beating it into submission sends a VERY clear signal to ALL CEX's.... conform with each nations regulations or watch your ability to function as a business be strangled and become unsustainable (remember, while these CEX's operate in the crypto space.... they still require traditional bank account access for things like on/off ramping customer fiat, paying the CEX running costs like servers, staff, marketing and so on). The fact Kucoin CEO came out and WARNED the crypto community that ALL CEX's WILL comply with government directions to freeze user accounts is clear warning that this is the new reality for ALL CEX's.... Not my keys, NOT my coins! We all need to HEED this warning now more then ever in light of what is happening in Canada!
I wouldnt do it out of ethical reasons. It's like selling booze to an alcoholic, or drugs to a drug addict. You are taking advantage of people who have primal needs, but lack the social skills to satiate those needs in a healthy manner. It's not like the service you provide provides them with genuine relief - I feel like the booze to an alcoholic analogy fits well here. That's why I'm a bit puzzled by the 'respect sex work' movement - I feel like it's too encompassing. I don't have any problem with sex work in itself, but a LOT of those jobs are just preying on people with genuine problems, and you don't relieve them off their problems - you just take their money, in exchange for worsening the problem they have.
Yeah, there's been plenty of ways for merchants to accept crypto for YEARS and very few have cared to implement it. As someone who shops online a LOT, I'm still mostly dependant on Bitrefill if I want to pay in crypto, and even that is pretty limited outside the U.S. Brick and mortar shops? Not even worth talking about.
The title of this post is somewhat misleading. This guy would have been a LOT better off if he were traditionally banked, and not 'self sovereign', as he was. If he had a paper copy of his private key in his car, the result could have been exactly the same, if he told them that he had it, or if they found it. This is an actual threat to crypto, once the authorities get more savvy on looking for, or asking about if you have it with you.
$20K won't happen unless China decide to help themselves to a slice of Taiwan. BTC touched $33K last month - it's amazing how many people on this sub seem to have forgotten that. A LOT of the perceived forthcoming bad news is already priced in.
One thing that is worrisome is that A LOT of leveraged longs will open up in the low 30's. So this can dump under to much lower levels than most expect (e.g. 26-27K) due to cascade of liquidations. The leveraged longs are going to make it more painful for most of us but they can't help themselves.
Good call! Now Get the rest out of the exchange as well. Half a coin is A LOT. Better to have a little in a NON-CUSTODIAL wallet on your phone if u need some in an emergency situation. Or keep a LN wallet like muun with a few houndreds.
I believe Ben Cowen said something along the lines of " TA will show you exactly what you're looking for" which I agree with. Most lines can be interpreted in nunerous ways, so you'd have to take into account A LOT of different factors.
Take a lot of time learning to trade and invest first, like A LOT of time. I spent 4 months learning to trade and understanding the principles until I felt I was ready to invest. Best tips I can give are: -Prioritize risk management. -Learn basic market structure (or TA depending on your goals) -Find a group and/or person to discuss crypto and/or trading -Learn mindset and market psychology and realize that trading or investing is a game of logarithmic and mathematical probabilities -If you're planning on trading: search for indicators/strategies you like and stick to them - really do. Lot of traders get overwhelmed by all the strategies and lose confidence. -Crypto investing is long term. Whether you're HODLing or just trading.
I understand your question, your logic is that if Tether is worthless, people would move their stack to BTC, which would pump the BTC price further. That's not how it works. First of all, if USDT implodes, its value will tank near instant as there will be a full-on run on the bank. Likely multiple exchanges implode with it and the market wide panic will cause utter collapse within a day. Not 0, but very far down for sure. Secondly, USDT is a large BTC pair and A LOT of BTC has been bought with Tether. If all that liquidity suddenly goes 'poof', so does the artificially raised BTC price from it. You ever seen a shitcoin rugpull where a bunch of liquidity is taken out and the price tanks as a result? Same thing, but in the scale of billions.
Been noticing a lot of adoption and legalization of crypto recently. I feel like if we keep up this pace we might even see DeFi and DAOs take over banks and governments. Now I know this might take A LOT of time, but with projects like BitDAO pouring hundreds of millions of dollars into DeFi and Web3 development, it might not be a long shot really
I think it bears (no pun intended) repeating that the last crypto winter saw BTC take over a 400% dip and took 3 years to return to its ATH. That said, we should also keep in mind that it’s literally impossible for that to repeat since the circumstances can’t be repeated. We can’t go back to such little knowledge of the crypto space which has ***something*** to do with it. Can it go drop as low again? Sure, anything is possible, but I have a hard time thinking financial powerhouses that have swarmed into the space over the last year are going to cut and run at this point. We would have seen it already if they didn’t believe in the long term viability, and the levels we’re seeing right now would most likely be a LOT lower.
The technology will get easier to use, opening the door for wider adoption. It reminds me of the early days of the internet when you had dial up. It would have been easy to think it was a technology limited to the moderate to highly technical people. Also, future generations also are comfortable with more advanced technology. My young niece is better at using her iPhone than my mom, for example. You might also want to remember that a LOT of tech is done by young people. A wave of the next generation adopting and building on crypto is bullish af.
Remember when Solana buckled under load, but gas fees stayed the same ? Crazy how networks are actually very slow for actual use and need a LOT more work before they can hope to become main stream. No chain, no tech, no nothing can keep up with a load of a game, let alone multiple large dapps running 24/7. Its not AVAX or MATIC or SOL or what ever at fault. We are simply at this stage of tech. Where we need faster, better, stronger validators. Not some guy with i5 and 7200Rpm HDD in basement and 20 MBit u / d. z But actual scalable solutions that cost money, lots of money. Until we get that crypto as tech can not reach man stream. Any and every new chain that is yet to come will come to this obstacle.
The sun will be dead by the time people on cc stop blaming victims of phishing. It's social engineering, we're all caught by it one way or another. From targeted ads to stealing your credentials there's a LOT effort that goes into influencing people's action. If we'd take the time to understand the kind of phishing that was done and educate people that would make the blockchain/community glow in a more positive way instead of constantly telling people it's their fault and get over it.
Since when is **anyone** ever paid in the "context" anyways. ​ Does the doctor get a lump sum of 1x human life value when they save someone? If firefighters save a billion dollar building are they paid out a million each? ​ 250k is a lot. Obviously this is someone who is very very experienced and intelligent. Thought 250 is a LOT for what might not even be a couple months of work.
I haven’t looked into the case for a good while so I’ll forget some stuff, but satoshis unique typing style and British spelling matches Adam’s background and education history, as well as the message in the genesis block being British-oriented. Adam tried to claim he had zero interest in Bitcoin til 2013 I think, when a LOT of his forum posts and online actions make that claim VERY questionable. For example editing his own Wikipedia page to claim he was interested in blockchain earlier than what he claimed, he had immense, deep knowledge and an arrogant persona about Bitcoin on the forums only like a week after he claimed to first become aware of it. His real life timeline matches satoshi’s really well. Adam was filing patents for his own businesses for ages and coincidentally stopped in the exact time satoshi was known to be working on Bitcoin, then started again after. Adam’s profit-driven motivations as CEO of blockstream align very well with satoshi’s often forgotten later actions and returns to the forums, during the scalability problems. Also how did Adam get to be CEO of blockstream with seemingly little credentials in the blockchain world and much more reputable people working under him? Emails and correspondence between satoshi and basically all major cypherpunks at the time exists and is known, except with Adam. Adam claims to have “destroyed” the evidence in order to protect satoshis anonymity, but how likely is that considering no other cypherpunk did it and all the other evidence stacking up against him? There’s even more evidence than that but as I said this is just off the top of my head. I do have somewhat of suspicions that Hal Finney and maybe others helped and knew more than they let on, but Adam back seems pretty clearly to have spearheaded the project. We’re not going to know for sure unless he wants it revealed, but it would be an insane coincidence if all this circumstantial evidence just happened to exist by wild chance.
There's always something to learn, as much as we like to think about how accessible crypto is (like countless superbowl ads) there is a LOT of information to unpack. When I was recovering my wallet I just followed the directions on the Trezor website and typed in the wrong seed phrases like 3 times so I was kind of panicking something was wrong. Eventually I got it right and went on with my life but in retrospect I'm pretty sure there are directions to recover to a non-Trezor wallet on the site. I don't really use my crypto so I'm not well versed in all the ins and outs, it's just sat there for years growing in value. I encourage anyone to do a practice run recovering your wallet with a small amount just to make sure you know what you're doing.
Maybe if you have a lot of equity, and you're fine with finding a new place to live. Otherwise, you're betting that home prices will fall a LOT, because your transaction costs for selling are based on the total home price, not your equity.
No, war is time of complete uncertainty. If it starts in Ukraine these is no way to say where it might end. Will it stop in Ukraine or roll over to neighbor countries ? Will NATO join in ? Will US send carriers and cruisers ? Will it become a world war within a year ? Last thing you care about in a war is stocks and checking charts. Well for populous anyway. Big money will bet on who will win and finance both sides. There was a war here in the 90-s. Life is ( expectedly ) not fun during war times. But there is a LOT of money to be made by people that don't really care about situation. If you are in US and relatively safe ( small chance they nuke you ) buying BTC/ETH if it goes close to 0 could be a good gamble.
we are still several years away from the kind of adoption that you are thinking of and likely stablecoins like DAI/UST will continue to measure the value of bitcoin in USD relative terms not much is going to change in the near term until BTC gets past $250k and upwards towards 300-400-500k ; and this might take another 4-6 years once BTC gets over $500k tho, then the value of the BTC network will have eclipsed the global marketcap of USD \[at current at least\], and then we get into unknown territory ; ie do we still measure BTC in USD if there is more value in BTC than in USD? who knows, maybe BTC becomes the global reserve asset, but then do we just start pricing everything in sats? maybe XD we will find out when that time comes, there has already been a LOT of discussion about this behind closed doors tho, be sure of that thats the big shift tho, BTC becoming the global reserve asset changes basically everything ; becuz then all other gov/bank fiat has to be based on and tethered to the value of bitcoin and not the other way around, which is how things are currently we're all measuring the value of bitcoin with whatever stupid fiat we are familiar with, becuz we dont know what else to measure value in terms of XD ; money is a strange concept and we've never had a money as proper as bitcoin, its going to take awhile for ppl to get onboard i would say that >75% of current crypto holders dont really understand this yet, and they are the pioneers, so you can imagine its going to take even longer for the idiot masses to get it
too early to say that. many of the tools aren't intuitive and are using workarounds that hopefully taproot will soon make unnecessary. It's greed what gets them to do the right thing, what you gonna do if a mixed tx is cheaper than regular one? What if it's a LOT cheaper?
$49 for 100 transactions... It goes up from there, by transaction count. They'll tell you which tier you fall into after gathering all the data for your transactions. CryptoTaxCalculator is just one - the one I used - but there are others. Others here often recommend Koinly. It works similarly as far as pricing goes. I think there are some free ones too if you have low transaction counts, but I had A LOT of transactions (from mining) so those weren't an option for me.
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Get an overview, it takes time. Focus on the tech side. Learn about chains and their goals. Learn about the driving forces behind price movement. Take courses. Way more knowledge to gain by using the protocols and being invested in the currencies/tokens/nfts so you have to dig deeper and follow closely. I know all of this is pretty general advice, but it's just what it is. I've been obsessed for about two years now and i guarantee while i learnt a LOT i still feel like i've only hit the surface. 12 different chains, 100 dapps, several p2e games, 500 whitepapers, many thousands of dollars, 3 own collections and multiple thousands of hours of just reading, following charts, participating in ICOs and airdrops, understanding how big players are intertwined, and expanding knowledge - still in no means an expert. All i can tell is that every single piece of knowledge out there is free. Don't join paid courses, don't for fucks sake follow influencers at all, try to never never ever get biased for any new tech you just discovered (likely undervalued for a reason), only buy what you've experienced and can envision. Everything's complicated if you're a beginner, but see it this way: the space is expanding rapidly and you're trying to catch up on 15+ years of knowledge, give it some time. I promise it's way way easier once you're accostumed to basic terms and principles.
AnchorUSD (an absolutely awful exchange, the absolute worst) rebranded themselves as Tryanchor. Back when I was getting licensed I needed to close my account with them because of FINRA. As soon as they found out I needed to close my account, they immediately stopped responding to me and wouldn't close my account. I submitted maybe 20 tickets over the next several weeks asking them to close my account. It's now 8 months later and they haven't responded. So I doubt I'll get a response to my current issue. I sold, converted and transferred A LOT of crypto on Anchor last year. So I should probably be receiving a 1099 from them. Has anyone else used their platform and are they sending out 1099's at all? I have received nothing digitally from them, I've reached out to them and go figure, no response as usual. I've got nothing in the mail, but I'm not even sure they have the correct address for me.