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MARA to Build Pan-African Crypto Exchange, Advise CAR’s President

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Public Bitcoin Miners

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Perp funding rates deep red. Have to go back to middle of last year to find that. Shorts more than willing to pay long traders. If I had to guess, I'd say some gamma action and a violent upmove. Also consider publicly listed BTC miners (MARA, RIOT) are rocking RSI's under 30. Way overdone. ⤴️

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Web3 defined by the man who 'invented' it

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Web3 according to the man who 'invented' it

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A handful of companies hold a monopoly on the manufacturing and distribution of crypto mining hardware

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MARA is making moves ($80 PT)

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What is going on with MARA?

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MARA CEO: Bitcoin Needs to Drop 80% Before We Lose Money on Mining

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MARA makes a $500M Bitcoin bet and the SEC subpoenas them in the same day

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Does anybody know what’s going on with $MARA and how it might affect Bitcoin?

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Is Marathon Digital Holdings Inc (MARA) a Leader in the Capital Markets Industry?

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Bought the dip on Crypto Stocks during the bear market earlier this year

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Is Marathon Digital Holdings (MARA) Stock Outpacing Its Business Services Peers This Year?

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Analysis of a Bitcoin Mining Stock ($BTBT vs $RIOT and $MARA)

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Quick snapshot HUT and MARA assets

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If you are interested in investing in the bitcoin miners here is the content you want. Ive been purchasing long term calls in RIOT MARA and HUT for the last 18 months. First RIOT option was when it was $2, its been an amazing run. Now I'm adding BITF

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Crypto Mining Stocks: Why MARA, RIOT, ANY, HUT, BTBT Are Gaining Today

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MARA: 3 Soaring Crypto Stocks to Keep on Your Watchlist | StockNews.com

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Is MARA Stock A Buy As SEC Approves Bitcoin ETF? - News Nation USA

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New ATH for ...

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Bitcoin Correlation to GBTC and Other Mining Stocks. Help

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Regulation is getting started! SEC Approves Volt Equity’s Crypto Stock ETF

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Things that don’t make sense to me that I’d like answered before I dip my feet in (valuations of Bitcoin affiliated companies)

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You Got The Coin

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Crypto-related MARA presents an attractive trading and investment opportunity

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$MARA: From $500,000 a Month to $100M | Bitcoin Mining | Power Hour

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Mining Pool Sets MARA Stock Apart From Other Crypto Assets

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MARA Stock Is Tied to Bitcoin and That's a Great Thing

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MARA Stock Is Worth Over 45% More From Higher Bitcoin Mining Sales

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Bitcoin exposure through trading platform stock buys?

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Marathon Digital Holdings Stock Price and Forecast: Why is MARA up 10%?

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Guide to Bitcoin Mining Stocks | RIOT, MARA, BITF, HIVE, HUT Comparison and Analysis

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I spent 50 hours doing DD on the 5 biggest Bitcoin Mining Stocks. Are they a better investment than Bitcoin?

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Cryptocurrency Mining Stock DD, Price Targets and Analysis

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Bitcoin exposure in the stock market. Diversification

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Marathon Digital Holdings (MARA) Stock Price and Forecast: Why is Marathon up

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Top 5 Companies with most BTC on their Balance Sheets and What's to Come!

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MKTY, the undiscovered biggest competitor of Riot and Mara

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MKTY, the undiscovered biggest competitor of Riot and Mara

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Companies with the most bitcoin on their balance sheets

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Despite Its Risks, MARA Stock Is Worth Taking a Chance On

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BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, has purchased considerable stakes in two BTC mining firms – Marathon Digital Holdings (MARA) and Riot Blockchain (RIOT) - investing approximately $383M in both

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MARA Stock Is Much More Valuable as China Cuts Out of Bitcoin Mining

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I have difficulty taking profits when I see green everywhere. Do you?

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(PBTS) Powerbridge is the next MARA (2->48). I recommend (but not financial adice) to GET IN!!!!

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Several Crypto Mining Stocks Up Sharply as Bitcoin Rises Above $46K

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Future CryptoCurrency company SPRT (Support.com, merging with Greenidge / GREE) is still flying under the radar.

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Here it is, More Hopium. Just a reminder that Institutions are still big in Crypto and this is only the beginning.

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Marathon Digital (MARA) miner count and potential earnings!🚀

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TIL: Marathon digital ($MARA) uses coal-fired electricity to mine Bitcoin.

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Many have tried all have failed Bitcoin LIVES

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Which Investment Will Perform the Best in the Coming Bear Market?

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New Jersey Pension Invested $7M in Bitcoin Mining Stocks Last Quarter

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Manipulation from big players and small players?

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Thinking about going all in on $MSTR as a pseudo-Bitcoin ETF. Disprove my logic.

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Going to continue this "Work for the bank talk...", close relative works for one of the Big Four, they are also not allowed to buy crypto

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Bitfarms (BITF) undervalued 100% renewable energy miner undervalued

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And then Elon tweeted

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My letter to the SEC.

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This AIN'T no PIZZA HUT!

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MARA, NCTY, RIOT, SOS, EBON Help Stop The Manipulation

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QABBAD TOKEN WILL BE RELEASED SOON!! !! 🚀 🚀 Come along with us on our quest for financial independence and achieve professional access to the Crypto ethos. ⛏🗺 Our Community is helping individuals around the world start their own decentralized networks, where we put down 30% for your first MINER

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QABBAD TOKEN WILL BE RELEASED SOON!! !! 🚀 🚀 Come along with us on our quest for financial independence and achieve professional access to the Crypto ethos. ⛏🗺 Our Community is helping individuals around the world start their own decentralized networks, where we put down 30% for your first MINER

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Crypto stocks in Roth

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Why I think Argo Blockchain is the future of bitcoin mining.

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Maradona Token | #1 Sport NFT related Token | 🔥 Short Noticed and Stealth Fair Launch: June 09th UTC 🔥

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What's BTC worth? - is a hard question. What does BTC cost? - is a better question

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MARA calls

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Marathon Digital Holdings is still mining OFAC Blocks despite declarations.

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MARA Pool mines their first Taproot block!

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So MARA pool is just anti-bitcoin or what?

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Is MARA Pool still identifying their blocks?

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I'm embarrassed for this sub right now

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MARA Pool is seriously dropping the ball, a total embarrassment

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MARA pool has NOT activated Taproot

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Oh look the only mining pool not signaling taproot is MARA Pool, if you own stock in $MARA please sell it, they are not keeping up with the times and are a overall piece of shit company.

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MARA Stock Price Predication & Technical Analysis! WHALES BOUGHT BITCOIN...

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Smart money sticks with Bitcoin

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Question about mining in China....

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MARA pool censoring

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Crypto Stocks: Why RIOT, COIN, MSTR, MARA Stocks Are Plunging Today

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$MARA May 12th Crash or Reversion Play? I'M IN!

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Best options for exposure to BTC in Roth IRAs on the big brokerages?

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Are they shorting America's biggest miner?

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Technical Analysis of MARA and RIOT Bitcoin Mining Stocks

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Technical Analysis of MARA and RIOT Bitcoin Mining Stocks

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What would you do after the crash?

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The U.S. mining pool MARA Pool mines its first 'clean' block

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MARA Pool mined its first 'clean' block today.

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Best Crypto Stocks to Invest in?

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Bitcoin Miner Analysis - April 22, 2021 : Current Market Conditions

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Who is mining DOGE?

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Future mining investments?

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Future of mining?

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My post today is about my investments into stocks where I want to get exposure to crypto and blockchain in legacy markets

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They are discussing "DeFi", NFTs and such on CNBC...

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They are discussing "DeFi", Ethereum, NFTs and such on CNBC...

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explain it to me like I'm 5 yrs old

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Why is MARA performing so badly?

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Houses are a terrible idea unless you have a family, specific school, and longterm job/business you're targeting in a specific county. You'll find that taxes, repairs, special assessments, insurance, and a mortgage add up quickly. And now rates are rapidly rising. You buy more bitcoin. The house will depreciate over time against its deflation. You'll be sitting in your new 30 year debt sentence miserable. In 2019 I convinced a friend to buy the house with $50k down payment instead of BTC. He had twins on the way and family business nearby. The neighborhood was in a full upswing, $10T hadn't been printed, and in the end, his house doubled from 450k to 900k. It outperformed BTC for what he invested. He sold it, pocketed the original 50 and is now renting. The profit is going into miners (MARA, RIOR, CORZ) and BTC.

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> Rusty Russel pointed out scaling issues based on payment routing having to map the network with data potentially too large to process. Seemed to attempt to get ~1m nodes to do testing for improvements, knowing that 1m nodes would make it "die horribly" So unoptimized code in a couple LN node implementations mean LN can't scale? Is there any actual hardware reason you think LN can't scale to a million nodes? >Thats good, but dont you still have to settle channels on the main chain eventuly? Am I making a dumb mistake by calculating that bitcoin takes roughly an entire year to process a single transaction for everyone on the planet? Dont you have to fund your thingy too...? I linked the paper. Please take a look at it. The entire point of it is that you won't make an individual transaction to open a channel yourself, but you will pool these requests with thousands of people, also giving you liquidity in your cohort. I feel like you aren't even trying to look at the solutions for the problems you are bringing up, you just want them to be unsolved, even when a solution has clearly been found. >Not valued lower, they should be valued the same. Why? >Higher price for newly mined coins implies fungibility issues How does the price influence the fungibility? >bitcoins can be tainted but are treated the same on the protocol which causes issues that I will describe below Open a LN channel, spend from there. The recepient literally doesn't know what on chain TX sent that transaction. >"Marathon Digital Holdings’ (MARA) new mining pool has mined a bitcoin block that is “fully compliant with U.S. regulations,” meaning the company has started excluding transactions from entities it believes are sanctioned by the U.S. Department of Treasury or have been involved in dark web activity." That's like saying "if all miners were controlled by the US government, the network wouldn't be decentralized anymore". Duh! The miners not following shitty KYC rules will include higher fee transactions, have better margins, and ultimately push the regulated miners out of business, if that ever becomes a problem. >More everyday examples include a christian school denying tuition payment because the student donated to an lgbt org any random persons wallet balance being tainted because they were sent money that was at one point from a ransomware attack, hospital charging higher medical bill because they see the patient is rich, you transact to anything attached to you and you can be targeted for assault. Oh no, a people that didn't use the privacy features of a cryptocurrency didn't have privacy? What a travesty. Next time use LN. >It may be difficult now (maybe not idk), but would you trust that such tools wont become a thing in the future? routing is extremely hard and requires knowledge of the network topology, is knowing whos connection to whom, where funds are, and on which nodes not the type of info you need to try and deanonymize? sounds quite fundamental to the network unfortunately. Actually tracking transactions by trying to discover balances of channels, and seeing the difference in time is pretty much impossible. The amount of knowledge you get about the network topology is pretty small, and all of the proposed attacks I've seen have been awfully ignorant of the limitations. You might get the knowledge that a channel used to have X inbound liquidity, and now it has Y inbound liquidity, but knowing exactly who the recepient and the source of the payment was, is next to impossible. This is obviously why it hasn't happened yet, even though a lot of people claim it can be done. >coinbase transactions are intentionally transparent, allowing anyone to verify the range proofs for every transaction and find the exact sum Yeah, but if an issue with the code appears, the only moment you'll realize is when the price will dump, and it will be too late to revert any transactions. At the end of the day, there's pretty much no reason to have privacy on L1 if you can have it just as well on L2, and also have supply auditability. >How about ASICs first? its incredibly hard and requires a large investment for any regular person to start mining for a profit. What is incredibly hard about it? What's the large investment? Do you think the only way to profitabily mine is to have a warehouse full of miners? > Consumers cant vote on protocol changes because any meaningful hash is usually out of reach. If you think miners can unilaterally push changes to the protocol, without the approval of the nodes, which can be run on extremely cheap consumer hardware, you have no idea how Bitcoin works. >I have to mention ASICs are incredibly wasteful in both hardware and electricity It's only a waste if you don't value the end result, that being a peer to peer decentralized, global, open system of value transfer. >moneros approach to making consumer cpus the only viable option greatly reduces electricity cost when adjusted for same network security Yeah sure, using hardware that can be easily captured through a botnet through computer malware, with a huge amount of untapped computers that could be infected is definitely a lot more secure. >with p2pool, centralized mining pools are a thing of the past for monero if you though centralized mining pools are a problem you might not really understand how they work.| >Adapting the cryptocurrency to new technology Just because you don't follow the developments in Bitcoin and LN, doesn't mean they aren't happening >or hardware (blocksize...) I though all reasonable people agreed in 2017-2018 that "just make node go big" isn't an actual scaling solution, and that cryptocurrencies like Solana have showed this again and again. For some reason people like to keep making this dogshit argument. >Why not with Monero? Because bloating L1 with privacy, when it can be done on L2, only makes the protocol needlessly complicated. >Monero could easily be in the same spot bitcoin is right now But it isn't. You can try to make arguments that it's because Bitcoin has the first player advantage, or that it's because of regulation, or that people are just too stupid to see the genious of Monero, and they will sooner or later come to your side. I hope some day you will see through this delusion. >simply being the only good payment option (fungibility is needed for that) Let's stop pretending LN doesn't exist, can we?

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>(ln) That has never been a problem. I'm not sure what you are talking about. Rusty Russel pointed out scaling issues based on payment routing having to map the network with data potentially too large to process. Seemed to attempt to get ~1m nodes to do testing for improvements, knowing that 1m nodes would make it "die horribly". I cant be bothered to follow LN, great if it works, but there are bigger things to talk about. >(tps) Channel factories fix this Thats good, but dont you still have to settle channels on the main chain eventuly? Am I making a dumb mistake by calculating that bitcoin takes roughly an entire year to process a single transaction for everyone on the planet? Dont you have to fund your thingy too...? >How would Bitcoin work as cash when newly mined coins are valued lower and lower? Who would mine? Not valued lower, they should be valued the same. Higher price for newly mined coins implies fungibility issues, bitcoins can be tainted but are treated the same on the protocol which causes issues that I will describe below. >(discrimination) Literally any proof for this conspiracy level take? "Marathon Digital Holdings’ (MARA) new mining pool has mined a bitcoin block that is “fully compliant with U.S. regulations,” meaning the company has started excluding transactions from entities it believes are sanctioned by the U.S. Department of Treasury or have been involved in dark web activity." https://www.coindesk.com/tech/2021/05/07/marathon-miners-have-started-censoring-bitcoin-transactions-heres-what-that-means/ Its no secret that payment processors and exchanges block transactions they deem "suspicious", though I will provide a source if you need lol. More everyday examples include a christian school denying tuition payment because the student donated to an lgbt org, any random persons wallet balance being tainted because they were sent money that was at one point from a ransomware attack, hospital charging higher medical bill because they see the patient is rich, you transact to anything attached to you and you can be targeted for assault. None of this should be possible, cash doesnt have this privacy flaw, banks dont have this privacy flaw, I can't fathom revealing my bank transactions of every amount, time, and receiver, to everyone I know and those I dont. >You can't see any purchase I've made through Lightning. It may be difficult now (maybe not idk), but would you trust that such tools wont become a thing in the future? routing is extremely hard and requires knowledge of the network topology, is knowing whos connection to whom, where funds are, and on which nodes not the type of info you need to try and deanonymize? sounds quite fundamental to the network unfortunately. These are ultimately settled on non-private layer 1 too... whole process is better than nothing ig. >But you know what transparency on L1 brings? Auditability of supply. If a bug ever sneaks it's way into Monero which causes an unwanted inflation of supply, it could be hidden for years coinbase transactions are intentionally transparent, allowing anyone to verify the range proofs for every transaction and find the exact sum (nodes do this auto for every transaction). range proofs are quite simple in comparison to the rest of the protocol, but no audit or scrutiny by government agencies is flawless, so people have to trust what their using whether it be bitcoin or anything else. >You have only brought up issues that either didn't exist, or that have been fixed by LN. How about ASICs first? its incredibly hard and requires a large investment for any regular person to start mining for a profit. ASIC companies and the companies that use them have almost total control over the network. Consumers cant vote on protocol changes because any meaningful hash is usually out of reach. I have to mention ASICs are incredibly wasteful in both hardware and electricity, moneros approach to making consumer cpus the only viable option greatly reduces electricity cost when adjusted for same network security, not wasteful because theyre generic cpus thar anyone can use for anything, and it costs no investment to start mining for a profit or "vote" as a node. with p2pool, centralized mining pools are a thing of the past for monero. >Keep up with what? Adapting the cryptocurrency to new technology or hardware (blocksize...) >The brightest minds in crypto are still working on Bitcoin and LN. Welp neither of us can really confirm or deny that. Why not with Monero? seems to be the only other crypto besides bitcoin that cares about bitcoins original purpose. Monero could easily be in the same spot bitcoin is right now and there would be no competition between #1 and #2, actual use cases like darknet and simply being the only good payment option (fungibility is needed for that).

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What on earf is MARA

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What on earf is MARA

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Bitcoin is around $29,700 and MARA is $9.7 AH so if Bitcoin goes to $60,000 MARA will probably be $25. Will it ever see $70 again?

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I predict Bitcoin trading sideways until this Friday at 3 PM after Options expire for Bitcoin ETFs. Then, massive unexpected drops over the weekend. Dead Cat Bounce, but only a few times. Look at $MARA Bitcoin Mining Stock. I believe a similar behavioral pattern as $MARA currently happening and what it just went through an a-once-unbreakable $20 Support Price Level.

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Calls on MARA, got it

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I absolutely am putting my money where my mouth is. ~30% of my portfolio is in MSTR and MARA/RIOT short positions through a combination of pure shorts and put options. I think the crypto environment we are in is a direct consequence of easy money FED policy after the financial crisis. BTC has produced outsized gains (beating companies like AAPL and TSLA) over the past ten years, and those outsized gains have not reflected real productivity in literally anyway. Happy to be wrong. It’s not personal. We position ourselves the best way we see fit. This is how I see things playing out. Crypto may have future bull runs, but I don’t think we will ever see ATHs again. Similar to the dot com bubble.

You can hedge with puts on BITO, MARA, MSTR, ect. That way you can hold your long, but still have some downside protection.

This is not newsworthy. First 2 sentences: “One of the largest publicly traded bitcoin miners and “hodlers” of the coins it mines, Marathon Digital (MARA), said that it may consider to sell some of it’s bitcoins, but unlikely to do it in the near-future. “We may purchase or sell bitcoin in future periods as needed for treasury management or general corporate purposes,” Marathon CFO Hugh Gallagher said during an earnings conference call.” As much as they’d love to hold onto their coins, they’re probably trying to grow their mining capacity or pay off loans. It’s part of the business. Cost to produce coins is still way below market price, still very healthy margins.

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>Now there are much more big playrs in the game and the production of btc has halved. 50% is alot and imo it wont go down so much as people think it will. Agreed. Also miners have moved from China to North America (USA, Canada). The Chinesse miners were selling all the time but the american ones are holding. Many of them are public traded companies like $MARA, $BITF, $HIVE, etc. so they finance themselves on the stock market (by issuing shares to investors) instead of selling their Bitcoins.

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Good thing RIOT and MARA are using renewable power. What FUD news.

Anyone else into mining stocks? As with other tech stocks they've crashed pretty hard recently, falling significantly from their 6-month ATHs in November. RIOT and MARA are down by \~70%, and the smaller miners even more so. I have a small exposure to each mining firm. I'd rather just own actual bitcoin, but some of my money is locked in tax sheltered accounts and the UK has banned bitcoin-related financial derivatives.

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MARA RIOT CAN CLSK HUT are some popular ones for Bitcoin mining

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TeraWulf ($WULF) ($RIOT) Marathon Digital Holdings Inc. (MARA) are all in my portfolio

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I did. Puts on RIOT and MARA for the short term hoping my inability to ever be right makes bitcoin surge.

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One of the biggest Bitcoin miners, MARA, has 3 employees. Maybe they hire contractors tho.

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I've had moderate success trading crypto sympathy plays like MARA and RIOT but I doubt you'd find anything past that.

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$MARA @ $2. Followed by BTC then ETH, then DOGE

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Yea and $MARA lol

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I know COIN is a crypto stock in a sense but I would rather pick something like MARA or RIOT for a crypto sympathy play.

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Depends on the individual but the largest miners (MARA, RIOT etc) are keeping the bitcoin they mine instead of cashing. I believe they used to sell for cash, sometimes used to reinvest but now are hodling. So the smartest thing to do is keep bitcoin in bitcoin

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None, because with energy prices it's hard to gauge the inputs for small- to mid-size private miners. And on the other part of the mining economy of scale, what's the access to capital look like? I'm playing miners by buying the majors (MARA, RIOT, etc) because I think they'll benefit when we get a dip in the difficulty as some weak hands unplug their miners, and those with strong hands delay expansion. Then again, dielectric fluid and overclocking shows no sign of slowing and Intel is about to drop their shit on the market. If you put a gun to my head and forced me to guess, I'd say the difficulty remains flat into spring. 🤪💥🔫

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