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A gaming studios with ultimate utlities for its token $WELT | Gaming is fun with Fabwelt | Arsenal, H2O, Fanwelt and many more games | Founded 2020

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What are the risks in staking through my MM address ?

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My wallet got drained, Please help

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If you are 90% sure Bitcoin will go to ZERO, your target is still $1M/btc

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My Avalon 1166pro won’t mine

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Distribution day is coming! A quick tutorial for MM.

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A quick tutorial to add moons to MM.

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Got scammed and have some questions about my wallet’s security going forward.

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Switching to Arbitrum issue

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Switching to Arbitrum issue

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How to swap on a DEX

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Efficient Fiat to Crypto path?

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How I almost got scammed..? (Coutionary tale)

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TIL that you can have multiple wallet addresses on one seed phrase!

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Create your own hardware wallet tutorial.

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I lost about $4.4MM due to something out of my control, and I'm struggling with coping

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I lost about $4.4MM due to something out of my control, and I'm struggling with coping

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Imagine if MS owns 10MM BTC by 2030

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PSA Chrome Metamask reset completely - backup your seed and imported accounts BEFORE UPDATING chrome

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Coinbase wallet ate tokens any advice?

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Friendly reminder on wallets: open source is king!

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Is Ethereum's network traffic fully centralized, or am I wrong?

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How do I on ramp my fiat from WISE?

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How I used AI to make a $20M memecoin

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Had a revelation the other day...

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Had a revelation the other day... I don't ever see a scenario in which I liquidate all my BTC to 'retire'

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Reminder: You crypto is NOT "IN" your wallet. Your keys are. Your crypto is on the blockchain.

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Dumb for trusting someone on the internet to teach me crypto.

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Getting USDC to Arbitrum for 20 cents.

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Getting USDC to Arbitrum for 20 cents.

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Fallen for a crypto phishing site. Advice needed.

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And crypto is the problem!? SVB may finish what FTX started …

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Bitcoiners of today will be seen as the anti vaxxers of tomorrow.

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Matic faucet… where do you find it in your Reddit account? Not linked to MM or any other wallet, shouldn’t it show up in the vault?

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Another one bites the dust

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KZG Ceremony Troubles

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Mentions

If you invest your 10MM and get 1.2% you will get eaten alive by the inflation and will be bankrupt. The inflation that is coming will decimate slow money. You need Bitcoin and the future instruments that will be built on BTC to stay ahead.

Mentions:#MM#BTC

You did the straight math with discrepencies from rounding on your <1BTC/day. It's the same math driving on halvings instead of demand per day: 2020 halving issuance through 2060 is 40 years / 4years/halving = 10 halvings. 2\^10 = 1024x \* $50,000 = $51,200,000. I'd argue that we're most of the way into the 2024 issuance prices, so you really should only be counting 9 halvings, which would get you closer to $25.6MM. But that model is going to break by the time we get to 21MM coins because it generates a infinite price with zero issuance. It'll have to run on network fees instead and we don't know what that will look like, or how it will look inbetween.

Mentions:#BTC#MM

I guess MM is the famous crypto wallet

Mentions:#MM

Rabby is so much better and safer than MM.

Mentions:#MM

I would recommend Rabby as a great alternative to MM.

Mentions:#MM

I gave my BTC to a goat on a boat because he said he would multiply it. $24MM gone (that's at the $69k peak) Greed is tremendous.

Mentions:#BTC#MM

I hear you bud. I have struggled to get Zenledger to accurately calculate in previous years (mainly swaps on Metamask). Like you, I've had to put in so many manual entries to try and fix these miscalculations, even though they advertise "seemless" importing from MM. I want to switch to something else, but I have so much time invested in ZL, making it halfway accurate, I feel like I'm stuck now :/

Mentions:#MM

Why stop at $1 million? I know a couple Bitcoin whales that think it’ll be worth $10MM a Bitcoin

Mentions:#MM

The text read, 1 BTC would be worth $1-$5MM in the next 5-10 years which is in line with historical growth patterns.

Mentions:#BTC#MM

If you reference the 10year weekly trend, the top channel touches $1.7-2.2MM per btc in 2024 with a 150k-300k bottom and a $17-20MM 2028 complete cycle top. Maybe this channel won’t work out, but all of this buying HAS to push the price up, 100k-200k just isn’t realistic anymore. This is going way higher.

Mentions:#MM

Do you mean did I uninstall MM and reinstall? 1. To be clear, you are recommending that from a fresh MM extension, add in my seed phrase and see if the correct wallet address is generated 2. This is seeming like the only viable direction, though. I am trying to stay optimistic, but it seems like unless there is some error I am missing that is easily resolved, the passphrase associated with this wallet is just not working correctly, and something random/unkown must have happened when I generated this wallet. Some people have suggested that understanding the derivation pathway might help but I am confused on how I can use that at this point. 3. Also, I wouldn't know where to start with getting a script going for this, and even with a script I still might not be able to recover this.

Mentions:#MM

That seems reasonable, but would MM still flag that account as a Trezor account?

Mentions:#MM

ETF’s are grabbing ~9-10k/day and we only have 1.37MM btc left to mine over the next 116 years. 137 days of current purchasing will eat the next 116 yrs of production. Btc is going to $10MM within the next 10 years

Mentions:#ETF#MM

+/- 58k first the dips now are small it dont affect my MM% stress. I expect a dip but i know it wont wreck me. Discipline it iss. I trade below each coin risk limit. I exactly longend at around 38k and i even made a fb post about it when no one believed me. Guess whos making big gains now. People will always disbelief you when u are experienced trader and they wil always get more mad and mad when u are right each time. This bussines is wild.

Mentions:#MM

To preface a bit, I use a Keystone Pro. In order to use a wallet, you need to have an interface to interact with, right? I can either use the native app, for the built in wallet that is created when you setup the device, but I can also create additional wallets for various platforms from within the hardware wallet itself, one of which being MetaMask for Web3 and DeFi. If I want to use the MM created wallets, I have to add them to MM, but regardless if it’s an MM wallet or the native wallet, if you add the wallet to anything, like MM on desktop, they register as hardware wallets, and you need the device to interact with the wallet. It shows a big “Hardware” label next to the wallet name. There’s nothing that can be done with the wallet without the Keystone to sign transactions still. Signing transactions with malicious code is not the same as keeping your seed safe, though. Generally speaking, yes, if your seed is compromised, you’re fucked, but in this case, keeping my seed safe is important still, but because you still need the device to interact with any wallet created from the hardware wallet, malicious transactions may be my biggest worry in the course of that transaction, but in terms of being able to drain the wallet or interact with it in a subsequent transaction, they would need the device still to sign transactions. No way around it.

Mentions:#MM

Who uses same recovery phrase for MM and Trezor (coldstorage). Not smart.

Mentions:#MM

Its okay, I sold at $90. Then again around $8,800. You can toss me in $24MM of salt.

Mentions:#MM

I don’t think there is anything anybody can do with the wallets that have been created through my hardware wallet, though. That’s what I’m saying. When I use the seed to add them to MM, they show up as hardware wallets, and without the device, there is nothing that can be done with the wallet. It prompts for the device every time.

Mentions:#MM

With snapshot and similar on-chain voting we have been struggling with low web3 maturity in Reddit (don’t want to put fresh web3 people to start moving assets around and exporting vaults to MM etc. for voting). Community is slowly getting trained and more familiar with web3 and there’s ofc native web3 people from outside reddit. We also need to think on the weighting related to voting, since it should not be only the amount of $CONE defining your voting power. This something being discussed and being looked at.

Mentions:#MM#CONE

His bond is 175MM

Mentions:#MM

Pretty sure MM didn't scam you :)

Mentions:#MM

Using Berachain test net. I tried minting an NFT from a non verified site. After realizing I moved all my alts from one MM wallet to another. I've been pretty involved in the test net and expecting a decent airdrop. How can I review the contract to see if it could potentially get drained?

Mentions:#MM

Is this based on any data or just your gut? This looks more like an obvious run that has a lot more to go with the amount inflows into the ETFs being insane and GBTC outflows slowing to $90MM. Bitcoin crossing $50k for the first time in 2 years is going to be mainstream news. Those news report will include the fact that bitcoin can be bought via an ETF in their brokerage account. We are going higher. A lot higher

Mentions:#MM#ETF

I’ve been using a Fold debit card for rewards intermittently since 2021 and have accumulated 7.4MM sats. I think *that* has been a pretty good deal. Just patiently DCA’ing sats through the bear market seems to have paid off (so far).

Mentions:#MM#DCA

yeah im more worried about my MM than BTC... crazy times

Mentions:#MM#BTC

No. IMO Bitcoin will never reach $1MM per coin at least in today’s buying power. In 2024 purchasing power it maxes at $250,000. So what does $25k get you. A nice sum but unless you live in the third world it’s not really changing your life.

Mentions:#IMO#MM

Depends on your desired lifestyle and where you live. Also depends on the further development in the markets that may support secure yield mechanisms for BTC, but right now that is still risky. I expect BTC to hit $1MM to $2MM as soon as 5 to 10 years. Longer term within 15 to 30 years we’ll likely be between $2MM to 4MM. For me, I live in the U.S., am considered upper-income and want to retire very comfortably. By this standard, assuming you only hold BTC and you consider the expected inflation calculation, I would likely need between 10 to 40 BTC. For someone living in a country with low cost of living that wants to retire simply and assuming $1MM/BTC, then .1 to .5 may work. Really up to each person to define their standard.

Mentions:#BTC#MM

21MM BTC split evenly between 8B people is 0.002625 BTC each... So, .1 is more than most.

Mentions:#MM#BTC

The ROY is all yours, go ahead and put the private key into your MM

Mentions:#ROY#MM

He’s a Bitcoin maximalist just like saylor, what did you expect? Not many things in our world are considered priceless so it’s difficult for us to grasp the idea, but the scarcity value of 21MM capped supply of digital gold is truly priceless just like the Mona Lisa

Mentions:#MM

We definitely need to see this in the US to be relevant. Also the ETF referenced only has 169MM CAD /125MM USD which is quite modest for a fidelity ETF

Mentions:#ETF#MM#CAD

Rest easy- Bitcoin will likely not hit $1 million any time soon, and those who float that number don't understand math (at best) or are crazy (at worst). $1 million is likely well beyond almost every current holders "I'm out" price. So that means every one of the current \~14 Million still active BTC (assuming 30% loss) will need to be sold at least once between now and that target (likely multiple times over). The numbers start to look silly if you look at every single active BTC being sold at least once between $100k and $1MM- we're talking $1 T to $10 T in liquid money having to be poured in. Doable, yes, but still unlikely simply due to scale. Push that towards the $10 T amount and... I'm struggling to see it. Of course, funny market cap math could get BTC to be worth over $1 million if everyone suddenly decided not to sell until > $1 million and someone was stupid enough to buy at $1 million. Bitcoin could be "worth" $1 million on paper very easy, but sustaining that, not so much.

Mentions:#BTC#MM

Go to the dymension portal and "connect wallet" there. That worked for my MM wallet

Mentions:#MM

Looks like it but rabby has not add the network yet so i don't see it on my wallet. And i'm not going to bother with MM for that

Mentions:#MM

Yes and 99.9% of miners would shut down in a two week period due to cyclical feedback loop of loss of confidence. It's not a linear collapse, but exponential. I agree today it is cost prohibitive, because BTC wastes \~$18 million of coal per day assuming a price of $40k. But after a sufficient amount of halving events, and much lower energy burn, the barrier to entry for the attack will be negligible, and ultimately bitcoin will permanently collapse. No one is going to pay an $80 transaction fee for a cup of coffee, and BTC is so poor at transaction throughput that it would require that kind of txn fee cost to make any significant compensation for the lost block reward from halving events. The danger lies in the divergence between market cap and block reward. Right now the market cap is like a $100k jewel being guarded by a $20k safe. But slowly BTC turns into a $200MM jewel being guarded by a $1k safe - because of the halving events, which are necessary to instill the illusion of a fixed limited supply of 21MM. The barrier to entry for instigating the death loop is constantly lowered with every halving event. Ultimately, Bitcoin can either be energy efficient, or secure, but not both. If it wants to be secure, then it will burn a stupid amount of energy (paid for by both block rewards and txn fees) and nuke the electric grid until we are all unplugging our fridges. If it wants to be energy efficient, such as via halving events and lowered block rewards, then the barrier of entry of attack will eventually become so low that it will be trivial for someone to perform it.

Mentions:#BTC#MM

>Miners shutting down brings more profits to remaining miners, incentivizing them to stay online / bring more miners online. Not if so many halving events happened and the block reward is peanuts. The danger lies in the divergence between market cap and block reward. Right now the market cap is like a $100k jewel being guarded by a $20k safe. But slowly BTC turns into a $200MM jewel being guarded by a $1k safe - because of the halving events, which are necessary to instill the illusion of a fixed limited supply of 21MM. The barrier to entry for instigating the death loop is constantly lowered with every halving event.

Mentions:#BTC#MM

Yes, you can import private keys of other accounts to your MM.

Mentions:#MM

Unfortunately, people got confused with what wallets are - it's just a piece of software that has a convenient interface that allows you to sign transactions and interact with various blockchains. That's it. Once you generate seed phrase, you got an account on the blockchain with assigned public and private keys that can be accessed with software that we colloquially call "wallets". **At no point in time you hold any tokens or NFTs in your wallet.** That's just a bad turn of phrase people got used to. I don't use MM, I store my accounts in Phantom (up to 100). But you can access the same account through various wallets. The same "blockchain account" I can access via Phantom, Coinbase Wallet, Rabby, etc. Since Chrome, Firefox, etc. allow you to access only one instance of a program (meaning wallet in this context) running in the active browser's instance, you'd have to create a new profile browser for each wallet instance. Not very convenient but not really burdensome. However, as I mentioned above, Phantom allow you to create (with new seed phrases) and import (with private keys) up to 100 accounts. Very convenient. Solflare allows as well to import other accounts with private key. Not sure how many. Similarly, Coinbase Wallet also allows you to create many accounts and import private keys (and they support the biggest number of protocols!). Again, I'm not sure how many.

Mentions:#MM

So the way it works is that any new address/wallet you make in MetaMask is based off of your seed phrase. If your wallet is compromised, the private key for that particular wallet may be compromised but your seed phrase isn't. Meaning your other addresses are safe. If your seed phrase got compromised though, every wallet is fucked. Your seed is harder to compromise unless you're playing really loose with it. Like if you stored it completely unencrypted in some password manager or you took a picture of it. TLDR: Other wallets are fine you made in MM are fine.

Mentions:#MM

It’s the users… If you don’t use your downloaded MM just as a dummy account to attach HW too then you’re asking for trouble. You can have MM loaded without it ever touching crypto.

Mentions:#MM

too many fucking scams in crypto rabiit wallet has a few security features MM is useless

Mentions:#MM

True. I missed the IRA portion of the statement and was thinking investments in general and my cash balance for bills and such. I do sometimes keep significant amounts in money market though even in my IRA. Right now for instance I’m waiting to see a better entry point for some investments, and most bonds especially anything longer term I can’t really beat money market unlike just a few months ago. But your point is true certainly MM has no place in your IRA long term for sure.

Mentions:#MM

Does their MM beat USFR or SGOV ETFs?

Mentions:#MM

They put in the work, so deserve it. My question would be how much of that $1.1MM would they still have a year or two from now, not to mention any tax implications that should be met and many forget about/ignore.

Mentions:#MM

Sure, it's an OG. And it's still the best option in a lot of cases. But it is lagging behind in features big time. A MM airdrop will be extremely diluted. Consensus won't fork up a large % of the supply because they are extremely greedy. They will also likely require KYC, which will disqualify Americans and a lot of jurisdictions.

Mentions:#MM

The trouble is people don’t know how to use it. MM is an OG wallet that connects to most things. Anyone can see your wallet activity.. believe it. It’s pretty simple to run up a node and use your own RPC. If mm airdrop people will still be upset as they didn’t use it… catch 22. I predict MM will make a massive upgrade this year. Taylor will provide the goods as she always does.

Mentions:#MM#RPC

Happened to me with $ARB airdrop. Sent it to what I thought was a saved MM wallet, but MM sent it back to the contract.

Mentions:#ARB#MM

MM is fine. I use it for obscure chains and testnets that aren't supported on other wallets. But they are leagues behind most of their competitors nowadays. They also share your wallet activity and their RPC suppliers, infura, has been known to share your IP address.

Mentions:#MM#RPC

Nothing wrong with MM it’s the users who are clueless. Store the addresses and name them.

Mentions:#MM

Dont use etherscan or MM to get the last address. There's scammers who will brute force similar addresses and dust uoi so it looks like your address but it's subtly different

Mentions:#MM

Not true. While yes that's how BTC was designed. It's no longer the case because market makers will do MM things. Meetings with the Fed absolutely effect the market and where money shifts.

Mentions:#BTC#MM

Hey man. I have been thinking about your statement above. What I currently do: I have my MM wallet that obviously let's me interact with smart contracts. But the MM account that I use is protected by my ledger. So everytime I want to sign off on the smart contract I have to physically push the buttons on the device. What I will do from now on: I will first move a small amount of ETH (or other ERC20 token), out of my MM wallet that is protected by the ledger, and into a new MM account not protected by a ledger. Therefore for if I get scammed then its only the acount that has a small amount of ETH within it. And not the one protected by the ledger. Hope that all makes sense. Thanks.

Mentions:#MM#ETH

This is like the 500th Metamask post with serious drainings ive seen in the 3 years ive been a part of the sub and every one i see reinforces my refusal to use Metamask or any other API layer on any wallet i own, and in the rare times that i have no other option but to use MM i make a new soft wallet and get in and out of it immediately and ditch the wallet Im sorry for your loss but basic opsec wouldve very likely prevented this Its convenient to just link everything together and use an API to control and interact with everything from one place but its also super dangerous and no one should do it You should have a main exchange account to make fiat to crypto purchases and a soft wallet to immediately remove it from the exchange that connects to only that and a hard wallet for long term storage. Thats it, thats all it does Anything you want to do with the funds in the hard wallet goes to a dedicated soft wallet and that wallet connects to the site or secondary exchange or gets locked up for staking, and you only put into it what youre going ro use for that purpose, and when youre done you burn the wallet Its inconvenient, but theres no better way to protect your nut

Mentions:#API#MM

It is in an old news MM released in 2023 promoting instant Crypto sale to fiat feature. Will try to find the link...

Mentions:#MM

I know I’m late to the party but I just imported my reddit vault to my MM but my moons aren’t showing up , any reason why ?

Mentions:#MM

MM.. M.. Moons are back?! sheds tear

Mentions:#MM

Don't know how much taxes you have to pay where you live, but I think your goal of 1MM might be reachable by 2030

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I am not confused. In theory you are entirely correct. This is supposed to be the same case for every other stock in the market, there are a set amount of shares for a company and there should only be that many availbale to trade although this has been proven to be absolute horse shit a number of times. Naked shorting etc… market makers have exemptions and can sell stocks multiple times over to provide “liquidity”. Hedge Funds can Short the ETFs by borrowing them which adds additional shares of the ETFs to the market. These MM’s, banks and institutions break the rules and do as they please with minimal repercussions, usually a 0.001% fine for the amount of money they have profited from the fraud. Why is this going to be any different? It enables crypto to be played on the same field as the rest of the market and you are extremely naive to think they will start playing by the rules all of a sudden. And yes you can see on a public ledger who holds what crypto, but you cannot truly see how many shares of the ETF exist, or have been sold or how many people own them. These ETFs are enabling them to naked short crypto. Before they could short it, now they can do 10x easier!

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#Algorand Pro-Arguments Below is a Algorand pro-argument written by FrogsAreBest123. > # Algorand > > * Disclaimers: > * This post is heavily inspired and sometimes copied word for word from my old post about algo. seen [here](https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/ovmttc/comment/hh6z73n/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3). > * I do own Algorand and act as a governor. Algorand represents under 10% of my total portfolio. > * **Background Information for people who have no idea what Algorand is** > * Feel free to skip this if you know the basics of Algo. > * Algorand has been built off of three institutions, AlgoCapital, Algorand Foundation, and Algorand Inc. > * AlgoCapital has rebranded to [Borderless Capital](https://www.borderlesscapital.io/), but regardless, they're an asset trading corporation, they also build financial products to support Algorand and its ecosystem. > * The [Algorand Foundation](https://www.algorand.foundation/) distributes the token "Algo" > * [Algorand Inc.](https://www.algorand.com/futurefi/) does the R&D for Algorand. Of which, Algorand Inc owns a few [patents](https://patentcenter.uspto.gov/applications/16709719/ifw/docs) on crypto technology (as an example above). > * Tokenomics > * Supply of seven billion, a valuation of two billion. [Inflation](https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/pkks3v/algorand_a_3900_increase_and_a_3_profit/) used to be insanely high, which I had made a post on that was deleted but explained that at the time Algorand had a 3900% increase in valuation, but a 3% price change. Luckily inflation has been slowed down a lot since vesting ended. Infact, 7 of the 10 billion algo's that will ever be minted and released have already been, which to some is a bad figure, but I'm just glad we won't go back to algorand's old inflation numbers. > > # The Pros > > * Fees > * The fees for Algorand are low ([0.001 Algo](https://developer.algorand.org/docs/get-started/basics/why_algorand/#:~:text=There%20is%20no%20concept%20of,1%2C000%20microAlgos%20or%200.001%20Algos)) I know a lot of people aren't having issues with $1 gas fees on Ethereum and such, But if you were there in 2020, 2021. You know just how important low transaction fees are, for example: > * Low fees allow most people to use the defi ecosystem. With Ethereum, a lot of people were simply priced out of DEFI, or so scared of messing something up, cause every transaction was $20, $30, gone. > * Pera Wallet > * Pera Wallet is a nice simple wallet for most algorand users, it's made to be user-friendly, and was made by [HIPO and Algorand](https://blog.perawallet.app/its-official-algorand-wallet-is-now-pera-wallet-171561597664) themselves. You can also swap ASA's in the wallet itself. > * Blockchain Trilemma > * Scalability, decentralization, and security. Coined by Vitalik, the creator of Ethereum... Every good cryptocurrency has selected two of the three options above but cannot have all three. One of [Algorand's main goals](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MM24Vn8RJeo) is to disprove this and be the solution > * Decentralization > * [Governance](https://governance.algorand.foundation/governance-period-6) has been out for a while, Governance incentivizes people to hold their Algo, Firstly, you get Algo for committing your Algo to governance and voting on proposals, but if you move your Algo out of your governance wallet OR do not vote, you lose the governance benefits. > * The Algorand community has slowly been increasing the amount of Algo committed for each governance period, from 1.7B to currently 4B, showing commitment to the ecosystem. > * Algorand has a few types of nodes that keep the network running. Relay nodes do not participate in consensus but keep the network running in the background. There's about [120 relay nodes](https://www.algorand.foundation/general-faq#:~:text=How%20many%20relay%20nodes%20are,nodes%20on%20the%20Algorand%20network) running, a lot owned by Algorand. Participation nodes help keep the network running too and are included in governance and consensus voting. There are about 1500 participation nodes, some run participation nodes when running an algorand project, but in all, not too many run a node because of the lack of a large financial incentive, this really does go to show though even with a lack of a large financial compensation, algorand still has 1500 nodes. > * **DEFI** > * ASA's > * [Algorand Standard assets](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JGkQO5dfOOE&t=1110s). ASA's are just simple ways to deploy tokens, NFTs, and other things on the Algorand network. A lot of people say they act similarly to ERC-20 tokens on the Ethereum network. > * Programming > * Algorand "makes it simple to program on its blockchain"... "With Java, JavaScript (node.js and browser), Go, and Python SDKs, along with REST APIs, you can build on Algorand in your preferred programming languages." [src](https://www.algorand.com/hack) This makes it obviously really simple to build DAPPS on Algo, with the help of ASA's AND the help of subsidization from the Algorand Foundation, Defi will be doing well! ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Algorand) to find submissions for other topics.

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>Well I hope each wallet is limited to $320MM and all wallets have different key holders. They do. If I tried to copy and paste that huge PDF onto here nobody would read it. Just go check it out for yourself for the finer details, downloadable on their websites. All of your concerns are covered. You got to realize that the SEC rejected approval of the spot etfs for them to go back over these finer details comprehensively and have every angle covered. It's still by no means Bitcoin or as good as holding it in most ways, but there is the tax advantage that is hard to turn away.

Mentions:#MM#SEC

Well I hope each wallet is limited to $320MM and all wallets have different key holders. Yowza, that's a lot of risk. Makes me wonder how much of the custodians processes are documented or standards based.

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You should look up discussions on federal sentencing and SBF. Per federal guidelines, since he stole over $20MM (or is it $40MM) he's gotta get at least 20 (or was it 40?) years and federal time means he has to serve at least 80% of the sentence.

Mentions:#MM

MM? multi-sig?

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Looks at Franklin Templeton. They have $50MM under management. If they are charging 0.25% maintenance fee, that’s $125k a year in revenue. That doesn’t even pay one person salary, let alone the custody fees, legal liabilities, reporting requirements, etc. $125k is a rounding error for FT. It’s not even close to profitable. Even if they increase that by 10x that’s only 1.25MM a year. Or by 100x that’s $12.5M in revenue a year. Totally not worth it. So they won’t make it.

Mentions:#MM#FT

Yeah, that's why Merrill doesn't offer pink sheet, grey sheet, a number of OTC stocks and anything that trades under $6.00/share unless it's exchange listed to customers unless then have (generally) at least 10MM in liquid net worth AND sign a release. They're a conservative old-school brokerage firm not Robinhood. All of their rules are built upon lawsuits lost, FINRA arbitration orders and consent orders over time. We had a lawsuit from a client in California, that resulted in changes to the compliance program across the entire country even though it was a SINGLE office and SINGLE client that was affected. If you're a Merrill Edge customer (self-directed), you may have more flexibility because you're not working with a financial advisor who is giving you suggestions on what to do which increases their risk and responsibility to you. The entire point though is that if you don't like it, don't do business with them but there ARE reasons for the things they do and restrictions they have even if you don't agree.

Mentions:#MM#SINGLE

He is right about the 21 Million limit. There's no guarantee it will stay at 21MM, maybe the nodes now enforce that but in the future they might not. And even if some of them do, the limit can be lifted through a soft fork as explained by Peter Todd here https://petertodd.org/2016/forced-soft-forks That's one of the reasons why I don't get why maxis think soft forks are more legitimate than hard forks because it effectively forces old nodes to migrate.

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You gotta listen to the lord like this guys. https://youtu.be/MYB23Q3gJgE?si=MM0A-Z8A8YG0X2qf “…and the lord says trust me” lol

Mentions:#MYB#MM

Their must be some setting you have to turn on to see it maybe. Idk it use MM

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Not your keys, not your coins. Think about the people, who trusted FTX. In my opinion you’re safer using a network of your own wallets. Keeping the main part on a hardware wallet, which will never be connected to any website. For this purpose there are MM hotwallets. Keeping some cash/coins on an exchange for liquidity makes sense of course.

Mentions:#FTX#MM

#Algorand Pro-Arguments Below is a Algorand pro-argument written by FrogsAreBest123. > # Algorand > > * Disclaimers: > * This post is heavily inspired and sometimes copied word for word from my old post about algo. seen [here](https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/ovmttc/comment/hh6z73n/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3). > * I do own Algorand and act as a governor. Algorand represents under 10% of my total portfolio. > * **Background Information for people who have no idea what Algorand is** > * Feel free to skip this if you know the basics of Algo. > * Algorand has been built off of three institutions, AlgoCapital, Algorand Foundation, and Algorand Inc. > * AlgoCapital has rebranded to [Borderless Capital](https://www.borderlesscapital.io/), but regardless, they're an asset trading corporation, they also build financial products to support Algorand and its ecosystem. > * The [Algorand Foundation](https://www.algorand.foundation/) distributes the token "Algo" > * [Algorand Inc.](https://www.algorand.com/futurefi/) does the R&D for Algorand. Of which, Algorand Inc owns a few [patents](https://patentcenter.uspto.gov/applications/16709719/ifw/docs) on crypto technology (as an example above). > * Tokenomics > * Supply of seven billion, a valuation of two billion. [Inflation](https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/pkks3v/algorand_a_3900_increase_and_a_3_profit/) used to be insanely high, which I had made a post on that was deleted but explained that at the time Algorand had a 3900% increase in valuation, but a 3% price change. Luckily inflation has been slowed down a lot since vesting ended. Infact, 7 of the 10 billion algo's that will ever be minted and released have already been, which to some is a bad figure, but I'm just glad we won't go back to algorand's old inflation numbers. > > # The Pros > > * Fees > * The fees for Algorand are low ([0.001 Algo](https://developer.algorand.org/docs/get-started/basics/why_algorand/#:~:text=There%20is%20no%20concept%20of,1%2C000%20microAlgos%20or%200.001%20Algos)) I know a lot of people aren't having issues with $1 gas fees on Ethereum and such, But if you were there in 2020, 2021. You know just how important low transaction fees are, for example: > * Low fees allow most people to use the defi ecosystem. With Ethereum, a lot of people were simply priced out of DEFI, or so scared of messing something up, cause every transaction was $20, $30, gone. > * Pera Wallet > * Pera Wallet is a nice simple wallet for most algorand users, it's made to be user-friendly, and was made by [HIPO and Algorand](https://blog.perawallet.app/its-official-algorand-wallet-is-now-pera-wallet-171561597664) themselves. You can also swap ASA's in the wallet itself. > * Blockchain Trilemma > * Scalability, decentralization, and security. Coined by Vitalik, the creator of Ethereum... Every good cryptocurrency has selected two of the three options above but cannot have all three. One of [Algorand's main goals](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MM24Vn8RJeo) is to disprove this and be the solution > * Decentralization > * [Governance](https://governance.algorand.foundation/governance-period-6) has been out for a while, Governance incentivizes people to hold their Algo, Firstly, you get Algo for committing your Algo to governance and voting on proposals, but if you move your Algo out of your governance wallet OR do not vote, you lose the governance benefits. > * The Algorand community has slowly been increasing the amount of Algo committed for each governance period, from 1.7B to currently 4B, showing commitment to the ecosystem. > * Algorand has a few types of nodes that keep the network running. Relay nodes do not participate in consensus but keep the network running in the background. There's about [120 relay nodes](https://www.algorand.foundation/general-faq#:~:text=How%20many%20relay%20nodes%20are,nodes%20on%20the%20Algorand%20network) running, a lot owned by Algorand. Participation nodes help keep the network running too and are included in governance and consensus voting. There are about 1500 participation nodes, some run participation nodes when running an algorand project, but in all, not too many run a node because of the lack of a large financial incentive, this really does go to show though even with a lack of a large financial compensation, algorand still has 1500 nodes. > * **DEFI** > * ASA's > * [Algorand Standard assets](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JGkQO5dfOOE&t=1110s). ASA's are just simple ways to deploy tokens, NFTs, and other things on the Algorand network. A lot of people say they act similarly to ERC-20 tokens on the Ethereum network. > * Programming > * Algorand "makes it simple to program on its blockchain"... "With Java, JavaScript (node.js and browser), Go, and Python SDKs, along with REST APIs, you can build on Algorand in your preferred programming languages." [src](https://www.algorand.com/hack) This makes it obviously really simple to build DAPPS on Algo, with the help of ASA's AND the help of subsidization from the Algorand Foundation, Defi will be doing well! ***** Would you like to learn more? Check out the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Algorand) to find submissions for other topics.

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Audits, the checks and balances imposed by multiple parties facilitating the transactions all watching out for their own interests, the urge to avoid 40+ years in jail. Y'all talk like SBF isn't going away for 40+. Someone who lies about holding BTC will not Shkreli their way out of the situation because they no longer have the money. Monetary fraud over a certain amount ($20MM? $10MM? I forget) means you get hard federal time. Of course if BTC is at 0 them not holding it will be a much lesser crime, so I wouldn't rule out a manipulation conspiracy. But how, and why would be HUGE questions.

Mentions:#BTC#MM

MM yes daddy BTC lets get below 40k while we're at it

Mentions:#MM#BTC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

No sense to pay off loans under 4% when a MM acc earns 5%+ or savings earns 4.35%

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

If you have have $4-5MM then that's great, my man. A nice allocation and will likely pay off over the next 20 years. If you don't have $4-5MM, um, well, good luck.

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It's sometimes used finances to avoid confusion, because M is a roman numeral for 1000, so MM is supposed to mean "thousand thousands". I know it doesn't make sense, but it is what it is. MM would actually be a Roman numeral for 2000. Roman million is written as M with a horizontal line above it.

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Why does it say "$MM" on the graph in the article? Isn't it $96,254.06M = $96,254,060,000 = $96B?

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Long time ago I watched this movie: [https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0102609/](https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0102609/) The gist was the fight of Capitalism vs Labor and in that movie Danny Devito is playing the 'Capitalist' and I always remember what his character said: Something about Capitalist WANT TO MAKE MONEY, they don't care if they have to kill 1MM people to do it... So I'm confused Vanguard. Your job, your only job is to make money for your customers. You don't care how. You just want to make money.

Mentions:#MONEY#MM
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Bitcoin Spot ETFs There’s been significant inflows of funds into the new Bitcoin spot ETFs such as IBIT, BTCO. However, given the significant ramp up in AUM, I wonder if there’s increased tracking error? For example, IBIT went from $100MM to $500MM over the course of a day and at one point half of AUM was in cash. I’m sure the friction gets sorted out over time once AUM stabilizes, but wonder if it’s better to park funds in a more AUM stable ETF such as GBTC, or sit in cash until the AUM for IBIT stabilizes before putting funds in. The appeal of an IBIT over GBTC is the lower management fees of 0.1-0.25% vs 1.50%. But if the tracking error during the initial ramp of IBIT could be a few % it would easily offset any potential savings in the first year. Not sure if I’m overthinking it and curious if folks have any perspectives on this, especially those knowledgeable with the intricacies of ETFs. Thanks!

Mentions:#IBIT#MM#ETF

IF they're different accounts then no. If it was something like a MM address then even if they sent ETH or even something on BSC chain they would be able to see everything you have including staked tokens.

Mentions:#MM#ETH
r/BitcoinSee Comment

If it's seriously that much don't worry about suspicion but you need to do tax planning. Selling that $500k per year vs $12MM at once will save you $2,400,000 of taxes.

Mentions:#MM

The reason is GBTC sell directly goes to market. But any buys from 11 ETF is going to Coinbase and they have built $40 Billion wallet for ETF buys in last six months. MM want panic and low prices for them to get cheap BTC. This is temporary $40 Billion reserves won’t last more than 30-40 days.

Mentions:#ETF#MM#BTC

https://corporatefinanceinstitute.com/resources/fixed-income/mm-millions/#:~:text=and%20cheat%20sheets.-,What%20is%20MM%3F,equals%201%2C000%2C000%20(one%20million).

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Where’d you get the numbers? I’ve only seen yesterdays of 655MM

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

$700MM net inflows to the ETF today

Mentions:#MM#ETF