Exactly, again, you agreeing with me, but it was the other way around, the MINORITY wanted it, so BTC stayed as it is, and again BCH who? As well as ETHW who? In case you aren’t understanding, I’m quoting Eminem, on 2013 MTV VMA awards.
I followed a couple crypto influencers about 2 years ago. I put a few dollars into MTV, BRISE & VET. They're all shit now and I guess that's what they were in the beginning!!! Luckily, I only put a few hundred dollars in them!
I have a rather large stack of MTV (multivac) hopefully something interesting happens so I can retire but I'm not fussed either way, I've taken profits and removed my initial investment 4x over so my bags are just play money right now
I bought 3000ETH in the presale. Why? I believed in a future for Bitcoin, as a store of value, perhaps one day as a means of payment. But the vision that Vitalik laid out for Ethereum was different. Programmable contracts that run on a decentralized ledger... genius! Even though he was only 19 and a college dropout, he seemed incredible smart. I believed he was in it for the technology, his plans were very well articulated and I felt he had a better chance of succeeding than many of the other (mostly anonymous) characters working on other crypto projects. The vast majority of those were nothing more than Bitcoin clones anyway, and did not have that much to add. I wanted to support Vitalik's initiative, so I dropped a few hundred dollars worth of bitcoin into the pre-sale. Maybe I'd be able to sell these ETH at a nice profit some day, but I did not really believe that another crypto project would be able to repeat the success that Bitcoin had already had, at least in terms of ROI for early investors. And then, I just continued my life, held on to my crypto, and bought more when I could, for years. By the end of 2017, I was sitting on an eye watering amount of unrealized capital gains, and was getting ready to cash out. But I didn't pull the trigger in time, the market crashed and months later, 90% of my one time gains had evaporated again. But by then, I had learned there would be bull markets and bear markets, and my belief in Ethereum was stronger than ever, so I just rode it out for a couple more years until we were in the next bull market. I'm not gonna lie, it was very stressful going through some wild market corrections though. Long story short, I ultimately cashed out two large sums in 2021, at two times when ETH was $3000 and $4000. (if it wasn't for the pressure from my wife and financial advisor, I might have still been sitting on most of my pre-sale ETH, but it was the right decision to sell at those times.) My (and my Family's) life was forever changed. We moved and bought our dream home (though not some insane MTV cribs mansion). I keep a low profile. You have not heard of my name. I don't promote myself on youtube, I don't flaunt my wealth on Instagram, I don't tweet crypto trading advice. While I could afford one, I don't drive a Lambo with some crypto personalized license plate and I don't live some extravagant lifestyle. What got me here was some luck, a passion for the technology, a lot of resilience, and perhaps some greed as well. I did lose some big chunks of crypto along the way, but that's a story for another time. Maybe I'll do an AMA one of these days. That said, I often feel there are people lurking here that have done 10x or even 100x better with their crypto investments than I have....
Multivac (MTV) got weird when the bear started. Hired a PR person on Twitter, that turned out to be fake person (allegedly). I haven't heard much from the team since then. Check out the subreddit for the details. I'd be happy if they succeed, but I worry that they might be one of the alts that dies.
When DJ Adam Curry bought domain name rights to MTV.com in 1993, MTV said they had "no interest in the internet." When reporter Joshua Quittner purchased McDonalds.com in 1994, McDonalds didn't object. Both were over 20 years after the internet started. It was just a fad.
People still using “boomer”. This sub literally is stuck in some weird time warp. Some random on Reddit called me a boomer, and I told that bitch she looked like she was going on 50, and she needs to go stick with MTV. You know you old as dust when you stuck on repeat. Just like M T V…
>Don't get me know I'm here for the tech. The tech is good sure, but the entertainment is even better. Imagine if Satoshi written cryptocurrency as a prank / social experiment by writing some decentralized anti-bank white paper. Things gonna get even crazier. Truly the most MTV of all time. Imagine if Satoshi turns out to work for MTV. That is even more of all time.
It'd be cool if there was a channel that vetted projects to talk about it. Going over the members and white paper. Basically what coin bureau does now. But from a decentralized streaming channel, could also be like MTV but the artists own the channel, if snoop does it right. If he does it wrong then basically it's heavy with fees. Making it a console app would be the first of it's kind, gala proposes to eventually give game developers a NFT toolkit to implement money in games. I'm not sure if there's any web3 streaming app that could be on PS4.
It is funny reading MTV there. It was one of these projects that were so 'awesome because of the crazy sharing technology' that could handle bazillions of transactions. The staking apt was crazy high but in the end, the team behind had no idea what they were doing and the project was nothing but a grave for my money :D
tldr; According to data provided by Glassnode, the number of USDC sending addresses, seven-day median average, has dropped to 1,384.976, almost a two-month low. The number of BUSD transfers has plunged to five-month lows, to roughly 85.720. Meanwhile, the mean transaction volume (MTV) for BUSD surged to $886.3 million. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR. Get more of today's trending news [here](https://coinfeeds.substack.com).*
Domain names was actually quite a battle in the early internet, with people scooping up company names and then selling them later. For example, a reporter bought [McDonalds.com](https://McDonalds.com) in 1994 after the company said they don't want any presence in the space. He sold it a year later for a $3500 charity donation. Others sold for undisclosed amounts (e.g., [MTV.com](https://MTV.com)). Perhaps they are trying to repeat this.
Hes actually lived pretty crazy and bizzare life there are actually things from hos life that would have made interesting NFTs like beating up vince mcmahon in the WWE or using his wealth and power to force a rural town in Scotland to help him build a golf course, hanging out at MTV with the biggest stars of the 90s, theres are so many insane moments of his life.lol
MTV (MultiVac) has smart contracts, a whole NFT ecosystem, staking, multiple decentralized exchanges, /pools, sharding capable of nearly infinite expansion (TPS), and flies completely under the radar at less than 1/5th of a cent. It's nuts. On the downside, the team is really bad at communication. Nonetheless, upgrades keep happening and the community keeps growing. I have it as my biggest bag and know it'll do a few multiples if not much more, so I just keep staking.
Sleepovers with three VCRs. VCR one was playing the American Ninja Movies VCR two was playing (without a TV attached) someons dads bootlegged Satellite Rips. VCR three was RECORDING VCR 2.... Sometimes so were VCR 3 4 and 5 (Srry, we all though Timmy meant for us to bring ours. Oh well, well copy our MTV and such.) Everyone slid timmy a $20 each and ate their Godfather's Pizza while they stayed permanently shut the F\*\*\* on what was going on.
tldr; Eminem and Snoop Dogg presented their single "From the D 2 The LBC" through a Metaverse-inspired animated video instead of an actual live act at the MTV Video Music Awards. It was a world-premiere performance with a twist and the first time that NFTs were part of the coveted video music award show. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
tldr; Eminem and Snoop Dogg’s performance at the MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) has been criticized for its Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) component. The performance featured a mix of live stage and pre-recorded BAYC-inspired animation. One user called the performance “terrible” while another said he would rather Eminem retire than go down this route. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
tldr; Snoop Dogg and Eminem performed their first performance at the MTV VMAs in over a decade on Sunday night, where they were transformed into animated versions of themselves within the metaverse, surrounded by brightly coloured graphics. Snoop and Eminem's Bored Ape avatars could be seen nodding along to the music too. "The VMAs were also significant because of how MTV had a category for the Best Metaverse Performance," said MTV. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
tldr; American rappers Eminem and Snoop Dogg will perform their mutual single “From D 2 the LBC” live on the MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) this Sunday. Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) holders will be allowed to watch this event live at the “Otherside” Metaverse. The song includes the artists’ personal non-fungible tokens, worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
tldr; The 2022 MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) added a new category of “Best Metaverse Performance” to its list of competition categories. In its inaugural year, six artists are up for nomination, including the Rift Tour ft. Ariana Grande (Fortnite), Blackpink's The Virtual (PUBG Mobile), BTS (YouTube), Charli XCX (Roblox), Justin Bieber - An Interactive Virtual Experience (Wave) *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*