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Bitcoin Rap with NAS (DeepFake) (FakeYou AI) (DALL·E 3)

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Best way to run Bitcoin node on Synology

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

How I recovered My 6 Year Old DogeCoin Wallet - Have Good Data Organization.

r/BitcoinSee Post

I would like to run a node and lightning node

r/BitcoinSee Post

Is encrypted seed phrase stored on google drive secure enough?

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Everything you wanted and didn't want to know about Decentralized Storage

r/BitcoinSee Post

Safe docker image for bitcoin node

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Okay. Now what? What about those YouTuber (Andrei Jikh, Graham Stephan, Meet Kevin, NAS) who promoted FTX and BlockFi.

r/BitcoinSee Post

Need some help running a lightning node on my NAS

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Why NAS has not sky rocked already?

r/BitcoinSee Post

Citadel BTC Node question

r/CryptoCurrencySee Post

Bitcoin Bias - what’s next

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Nvidia GTX 950

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Synology NAS for Bitcoin/Lightning full node?

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What are blockchain nodes?

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My NAS SACK is down 1.2%?

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Never too late. Sorry to hear and that sucks and all, but honestly, lamenting over something that didn't go your way and failing to move on is just loser behavior. Get out there and get back at it. In the wise, wise words of the great NAS: "Life's a bitch, and then you die."

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Nebulas (NAS). It's literally at -99.99% , any lower and I'll still owe them money.

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Smart yet risky decision. BTC Halving is right around the corner. Not only will BTC x2-x20 in the next 12-36 months but your choice to invest at this time is crucial. Even if your rental property did pay off and paid dividends or long term growth assuming you sold it for profit in the future, BTC will still stand. The chance of your decision to invest into BTC from your real estate is greater because of adoption. This means you could see your roi that you would see with real estate in half of the time or less. Again I’m no finance expert I’m just your average joe but imo BTC is the greatest investment that you can make in 2024. Outperms the NAS, SPC and gold combined. One day BTC will have less volatility and will “slow down”. One day BTC will become regulated and have rules officiating its objectives. One day the world will finally adopt and implement BTC globally.

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This is the reason I bought a lifetime subscription to a cloud service a few years ago. My old NAS crapped out, and it could no longer find the files on it. It appeared to be totally wiped. Almost 20 years of personal family photos and videos, Photoshop projects, everything. Gone. I had a meltdown. I reset the NAS, and it was able to find them again. I immediately ordered a new NAS and purchased the cloud storage. I backup my NAS to it daily. The NAS and the cloud drive may both die, but they’re not likely to die at the same time. I sleep better.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Delete your personal data out of the file and upload it to cloud and create a Share-Link. I have got mine on my Synology-NAS.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Run a docker bitcoin tor node on a NAS.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Historically risk on assets fall with the first rate cut an continue to fall till the last one. In 2008, the NAS (tech) fell from 14000 with the first cut to 7000 with the last cut. In 2019 we had small cuts from Aug 2019 to Nov. 2019 where Bitcoin went from $11500 to $9000. Roughly 21%. Cuts this time I believe will be more forceful because of the 2024 Presidential election. In the past you have first cut, everything drops, then near last cut it begins to rise because the markets know QE is coming. I think they cut harsh and fast so they can pump the markets by Nov. I'm banking that Bitcoin will follow historic Risk Off trens with the cuts an will fall. What I'm watching for is what the institutions say about the ETF. They know what is coming. If the ETFs are approve first week in January an they run with them starting Feb. 1 then they probably believe the hype on the ETFs will power Bitcoin through the fall that typically comes with cuts. If they say you can begin buying in April or like 2 months, then they know cuts are coming an there will be a pullback. Just my .02 Just something to watch for.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I have a home server with NAS in Raid 6. I replace drives every 3-4 years. The lifecycle drives are still usable and reliable and are repurposed. I have a second but cloud-based NAS using S3 storage. I use a S3 FIPS endpoint to connect and send data. Costs are low because I rarely access the data.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

DJIA not NAS

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

You could just run a full node wallet and only connect through home network. I have my bitcoin stored in a folder in my NAS. Everything is encrypted too. The only way to see it is if they access my network storage with one password then find my wallet.and get that password. I'm pretty sure they will never find the physical box.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The moment he showed up in NAS Daily I knew he was full of shit

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

proof of storage is just proof of waste. When building the infrastructure to generate more power for proof of work. There is something of value left over for society if you choice to stop mining, which can generate power for other uses. If you stop storing, you just have a used NAS system left over...

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Buy a Rock Pi 5b/Raspberry Pi 4/Orange Pi/whatever SBC and a 2TB SSD. Learn to set up a node on your preferred chain(s). Learn to connect your wallet application to your node to allow you to connect to the chain and post your transactions directly. Learn to query the chain's state to check balances without needing to trust a 3rd party. Learn to interact with smart contracts without requiring the front end. Learn to play on testnets and try deploying your own simple smart contracts. If you follow those steps then you'll end up with more knowledge about crypto than 99% of the people posting here. This knowledge will help you see through the marketing bullshit that the majority of people fall for and end up losing money to. It'll help you understand actually useful alpha when you see it, and therefore make far better investment choices in the future. In my opinion that's the most valuable way to spend $350. And if you get bored of crypto you can just repurpose the hardware into a home automation project, NAS media box or whatever else. Or just ignore me and listen to the shills who will just suggest you buy the token they hold bags of.

Mentions:#SBC#NAS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Same reason why people buy pre-built NAS devices even though they're horribly overpriced: it's an out-of-the-box solution.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Bought a 12tb NAS in 2015. Man, life was so much different back then. Bitcoin had so much promise. Watching its use cases die in real time as it failed to scale, and then all the regulation getting more and more insane.... sad times. I bought some other things on a TenX card as well a few years later... anyone remember them?! Anyway long story short I'm glad I played a small part in crypto as a currency in the early days and I'm quite sad to see where it's all at now. It's a fun annecdote that I spent it in 2015, but I'd do it again.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

But he was going to give it all away according to that video by NAS daily. That video did not age well.... xD Guess they meant he would give away all the responsibility to his actions.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I still feel cringed about that NAS daily video "Sam has crazy hair". Sam has slobbish attire, polycules, and a heroic quest to save the world in the form of effective altruism.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

That sounds sweet! Is the NAS dedicated to being a node or do you have other things going on with it? Might I also know which model you’re using?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

ICX sounds interesting for sure, but we would need to see more demand. By Krone you mean NOK? Stig actually has been trying to get the NOK on-chain with Norges Bank backing it iirc. Hence having deposits/swaps into a digital NOK being stored at Norges Bank and them as a guarantee. The result would be a truly 1:1 backed stablecoin which would do wonders I think. NAS currently owns 3,77% of NBX, but other than that I am not aware of them doing anything else crypto/blockchain related.

Mentions:#ICX#NAS
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Anybody had any luck with running a full node on a synology NAS?

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

In the past I ran a full node + blockchain explorer in docker-compose on my Synology NAS. Although it's a nice idea, I've stopped it because I personally didn't use it that much. I understand that if everybody thinks like me, we wouldn't have a network but I'm wonder what the incentives are for the average joe in the western world to run a full node (honest question)?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I cashed out of my Storj coin about a year and a half ago when the price spiked really hard to like \~$2. As an early adopter I had several thousand sitting around that I forgot about (since it was worth like 0.0002 or something when I first started mining it- somewhere around 2015/2016) until I saw a post on twitter about it rocketing. Immediately searched through everything to try and find my wallet keys to cash out, and was lucky to find it! I think overall they made it a lot harder to mine than it used to be, with setting up nodes/etc overly complicated. Their original application was pretty much download app -> select space you want to share -> collect money. I believe CHIA is/was trying to do something similar, although even with allocating several TB of space (in the 50+ range- I have a 16 Bay NAS server with tons of storage) I made basically zero in 6 months. Entirely possible I set it up wrong though and just added the space to the network for free.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I run lnd in docker on a NAS with RAID 1.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What about an encrypted file on a local NAS? Considering making my own password manager.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Thanks for sharing and making others aware. Guys, stop what you're doing and secure all your accounts with MFA. Gmail, outlook, social media, telegram, wallets, your Synology or QNAP NAS, everything that connected to the internet. Just do it, it's not worth the headache.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

EITHER have a hardware wallet, OR store your keys/phrases in Vaultwarden, hosted on your own inhouse NAS/LAB without internet access. Use a dedicated (dual boot) device for any financial activity, one that isn't used for general internet usage, particularly not anything dealing with torrents or pirated software. Linux is more secure than anything, and today in 2023 the major distros are easy, secure and stable. For a windows user the easiest way in is through something like Kubuntu. Dual boot to something else, i.e. windows for games, pirating etc, as long as the twine shall never meet.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

OMG, I thought I had lost my vault password. I had an old Reddit account and somehow mixed the passwords in my password manager. Thank god, I do regular off-site backups of all the data including my password manager, and found out an old file with the password! My 100 moons are safe!! Moral of history: The is no such thing as too many backups. Also backup regularly your Cloud services to an offline location like a NAS or an External HD. Keep history/versioning of your most important files as well.

Mentions:#OMG#NAS
r/BitcoinSee Comment

I am setting up a node on my NAS for the first time as well!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

If a physical wallet gets stolen, you can use the backup keys to restore it. I personally keep mine encrypted and on a private NAS server.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That…S&P, NAS…same miraculous up and downs as BTC. Only on rare occasions a real economic development moves a single stock up or down

Mentions:#NAS#BTC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Nebulas(NAS). Jumped in at around $ 3.6 went up to $13.6. Sold the bags around $2. now it's worth $0.03

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Yes, you can do this with a raspberry pi 4 and a Synology NAS. But, I would recommend to connect the Pi to the NAS via USB for faster data transfer when synching the chain.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

> Sybology NAS Do you mean Synology? You should be able to run the node on your local device while storing the blockchain on the NAS.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

What's a good option for someone with a Sybology NAS.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yeah but a lot of S&P amd NAS-Stocks went down for four days in a row

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This is one flaw I don't like about crypto and was against when Bitcoin wanted to increase the blocksize to 1M. The neat thing about crypto is it's decentralized. However the blockchain is constantly growing (448gig right now). There is going to be a point where only large businesses or institutions will be able to store that much data. How many home users have a NAS or fileserver at home? Another thing that bugs me is the peer system. It almost has to be somewhat centralized just to get some peers. From there you can check what peers others have seen. To get around this most if not all coins use IRC as a seeding point. That is a centralized point of failure and relying 100% on peer to peer node info gathering brings up the possibility of network fragmenting. The only way I can see around that is ditch IRC. When you first run the wallet, it just starts spamming the entire IPv4 space for the BTC port and have a secondary verification system, such as ok I have found this IP to run a bitcoind and have seen this other IP listed on other peers, so the likelyhood is much more valid. Sorry for the rant lol miss talking crypto.

Mentions:#NAS#BTC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Nebulas (NAS)

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

[https://nownodes.io/nodes/bitcoin-btc](https://nownodes.io/nodes/bitcoin-btc) look if it's supported on your NAS

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I looked into them but they don't seem to be supported on my NAS, unfortunately.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I would say the majority of people use their raspberry pis as a NAS, or media center, retro gaming, minecraft servers, and network monitoring. There are a ton of other interesting projects which line up with a lot of peoples' hobbies. Me, I use my pi to mine BTC.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

> L2s are centralized services though.... There has to be actual changes to how scaling with ETH works or else it will suffer from the same problems as current financial systems. Other cryptos have done it, its not impossible. You're absolutely right that at the moment all L2s are centralized in a variety of ways: https://l2beat.com/scaling/risk However, they are all still fairly new (Arbitrum and Optimism have both been live to users for less than a year and a half), and have plans to decentralize sequencers, provers etc. As for setting up a node on L1, you can run a full node with minimal hardware (an overclocked Raspberry Pi 4 is sufficient, so old laptops or NAS boxes are perfect). The problem of staked ether is a different one (validators are not the same thing as nodes) and while most of the Ethereum community agree that Lido has too big a share, it's worth noting that: **1)** Lido's nodes are operated by about 30x different permissioned entities, while Lido are a centralization force in that they chose who to add to their list of stakers, and may be able to turn off rewards to their validator operators, they don't actually control the staked assets themselves. **2)** The biggest Staking service providers are: * Lido: 29.13% * Coinbase: 11.55% * Kraken: 7.76% * Binance 6.68% [https://www.rated.network/?network=mainnet&view=pool] So you would actually need coordination between these 4 entities (including most of the 30x Lido operators) to get over 51% of the total staked. **3)** For Ethereum's staking model you would actually need 66.67% of the validators to be able to force through dodgy block proposals and have similar power to a 51% attacker of the PoW model. Even if all the staking service providers colluded you couldn't get that high.

Mentions:#ETH#NAS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It's the same old story, same happened to internet some decades ago. Don't tell people about IP, NAS or whatever. Just give them an install & play app.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Comparing socially acceptable practices between an exchange + hedge fund to a federally insured bank is simply apples to oranges. A more accurate trad fi comprising would be NAS + Citadel pairing up, begin acting as their own custodian, using a fractional reserve-esq system, and manipulating balance sheets to pretend everything is backed 1-1. Banks get away with murder, but they operate under completely different circumstances and requirements than an exchange/hedge fund not using a third-party custodian.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

It depends on what you want to optimise for. If you already have a home server (for example for a NAS), why not run your node on it? Or if you have an old laptop lying around anyway, you can use that for your node. Provided you have enough storage. Around 1TB, preferably SSD. That plus cold storage. I'd recommend to read [The Glacier Protocol](https://glacierprotocol.org/downloads/) at least once or twice. Even if you aren't on planning on using it directly or even multi-sig at all. But just to understand some security procedures and concepts better. If you want to go the multi-sig route, Sparrow or Electrum on eternally quarantined computers (a Glacier term) is a good base for that.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This isn't advance security. Much of this is basic being in crypto or not. In fact, only a small part of the entire post applies only towards crypto. Like this is just normal day to day life now sadly. Advance security would get into setting up a NAS and moving stuff from the cloud, backups, firewalls, custom wifi routers, vlans, air gaps, and stuff like that. And even then it isn't a crypto only or mostly thing. I didn't focus on those things because the average person won't do those things, and you need in depth knowledge to do it.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Always hated NAS.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I was stumbling around an old video from NAS Daily back in the day… Sam has crazy hair, Sam is a vegan, Sam wants to end poverty LOL

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Just a few months ago he paid a famous youtuber to do a fluff piece on his... NAS Daily... ​ made him to be the biggest philanthropist etc etc... A way to get more trust and more people to invest in you before the rug pull

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Has anyone seen the documentary about Sam Fried on social media (NAS something)? Vegan Billionaire, biggest philanthropist, humanitarian etc etc :'(

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The day I saw a "fluff" documentary on the vegan Billionaire SAM who wants to donate everything etc etc (on NAS), I transferred everything AWAY from FTX Should have sold my FTT coin too but too late

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Just saw a documentary yesterday where a guy (NAS Daily) was telling how he is SUCH A GOOD BILLIONAIRE... Travels in a simple car... believes in giving away most his money... great philanthropist. HAHAHAHA

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Plus Coinbase got NAS as an early investor. "Don't say my cars topless, say the titties are out"

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Ye, not much to do in cryptoland today+i've been doing alot of stuff outside of crypto and working on some hobbies too. My NAS upgrades are part of my general upgrades that i've been doing while parts have been super cheap. Also it's not just HDDs that are cheap, but GPUs are still super cheap too and I upgraded my GPUs on a couple of my PCs as well To put this into perspective, a HDD back during covid days for 6 TB was easily $100+, and getting them at $40 (or $30ish in bulk) is amazing imo. Same with getting GPUs that are nearly half off compared to back when everything rose during covid and back when Eth was PoW (GPU prices fell off a cliff after Eth went PoS)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

G' afternoon :) I've been doing well. I've been looking at the internet archive (the site) and i'm noticing that they censor (and remove based on DCMA) alot of stuff, especially stuff related to piracy. It kinda made me realize that if I lose some of the data that I collected over the years, I might not be able to get it back and it's given me motivation to work on my private lan system / NAS some more. I'm debating on adding 60 TB of storage to my NAS, and at $40 per internal drive, it's really cheap but also the seller i've been buying from on EBay has some bulk deals going too, which is really nice Also i've been thinking about Megaupload and some old services like Napster as well. I still have some data from that era in my interweb piracy days stored on some old HDDs, but at the same time most of that stuff is no longer around after all these years. It kinda makes me wonder if it would be a good idea to archive alot of the stuff I currently do on the interwebs too None of this is really related to crypto, but I guess I haven't done alot of crypto related stuff today though tbh

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Moving data around on my NAS and doing some reorg of my files. I'm also waiting on the new Rick and Morty to come out+randomly browsing the interwebs and occasionally checking Reddit

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

G' morning :) It's 12:05 AM here, but i'm downloading the new episode of Rick and Morty via torrent, and then i'm gonna watch it soon and go to sleep in the front room. I'm downloading it on this PC, but I can watch it on my HDTV over my LAN / NAS

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I wipe my PC routinely, every couple of months. I also alternate between windows and linux, I never get comfortable on 1 system and keep everything backed up to local redundant NAS (which is never mounted by default or saved password) and cloud storage. Keep my crypto split between trusted and insured exchanges and online wallets. I know it goes against the norm but in 8 years I have only lost $20 and that would have gone on a scam token as it’s locked in the binance web wallet until I drop some BNB in there. No one knows shit and everything can be hacked, we are all taking risks in pursuit of early retirement.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

100% this. Bitcoin will be around in 10 years. All the shit I invested in in the 2017 mania is not. NAS, WTC, NEO, HPB etc. I lost it all but learnt something invaluable.

r/BitcoinSee Comment

Synology NAS has a Virtual Machine Manager. I downloaded a minimal Debian ISO and used that to create a new VM. I then followed this guide -- it's very detailed and works well: [https://raspibolt.org/](https://raspibolt.org/) The guide has a bonus section covering other apps too e.g. c-lightning. Alternatively, you can try running myNode or Umbrel as a VM. Here is the download link for a myNode VM file which you can import using Synology's VM Manager (I just started this as an experiment and it's currently syncing, so I'll let you know if it works and is stable): [https://mynodebtc.com/device/mynode\_images/mynode\_vm\_0-2-53.ova](https://mynodebtc.com/device/mynode_images/mynode_vm_0-2-53.ova) I want to get the docker method working too. That's next on my list for when I have more time.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I got an extra $700 to throw at something this week, but i'm planning to maybe do some more upgrades for my PC and then maybe throw something into crypto. I wanna expand my NAS again too, but i'm waiting for black friday for that (i'm hoping to buy some 14 TBs for $200 each again)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Looks like an Intel NUC with Dappnode is the way to go. Will leave the Synology NAS for something else.

Mentions:#NUC#NAS
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

> 1) you don't get slashed for downtime. you get negative penalty equal to the same you would make if you were online. you can be offline for days without any real consequence (day you were on vacation), then get back online and continue validating. > you get negative penalty equal This is my concern, being negatively penalised for something that might be out of my hands ie power/hardware/internet connection interruptions, etc. Putting up 32 ETH then worrying of any of the items I mentioned could negatively penalize me in any way so yes it's a concern. It's not like I am going to go do something bad on purpose. We're talking about "everyone can run a node" scenario and I would fall under that and naturally with a large investment that could get negatively penalized yes I have concerns for things I can't control. > 2) in case of a broken hdd. install again, upload your keys again. that simple. Sure, it sounds simple but the concern of being down or offline is a worry that I might get penalized etc. Depending on what could go wrong between hardware and software, yes there needs to be a plan setup in case of X happens to recover, 100% agree there. If there are guides or docs available for "everyone can run a node and recover" that would help. > 3) simple setup? yes, couldn't be easier. get a nuc, install dappnode. go to the dappstore, click on the consensus layer of choice, click on the execution layer of choice. upload keys. done. I used to run a StorJ v3 node for 3 years straight with no downtime, except that 1 time when the power brick powering the Synology NAS basically died and I was offline for 7 days (during covid lockdown times over a year and a half ago now) that I couldn't source a replacement power brick for the Synology NAS etc.. etc... I am looking at options to running a full node on the Synology NAS using Docker as an image etc. I have 56TB's and 2 TB SSD cache on the box ready to go on a Gbit internet connection that isn't limited. I just need to research more on software options running on docker via the Synology NAS and the other bits and pieces required etc... It's not easy. > let me know if you have further doubts, but please stop spreading FUD I never said I have doubts, I had concerns regarding being penalized and loosing my precious ETH to things that are outside of my control. Not spreading FUD, but sharing my experience as a potential new Node Operator. The slashing or penalties or other negative effects are not really covered or explained in docs part of an install what you could suffer if X, Y, Z happens and you start losing ETH you deposited etc.. Hope that clarifies. 🐼

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I found things like this https://ava.do/ but since I already have a Synology NAS, i'd prefer to use that with docker instead as I already have the hardware. The hurdle really is just getting the docker image setup and making sure it's 100% secure from the outside and current docs don't really cover security in any way. So I'm hesitant to even begin such a task and risk 32 eth.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I was interested in running a full stake node on a Synology NAS using docker etc. But then things like https://ava.do/ popped up as well which is quite interesting. Still haven't decided as my primary concern is security and downtime. By security i'm talking about the NAS being secured so that it cannot be attacked from the outside to gain CLI to the wallet that is unlocked while staking and so that commands cannot be run from the outside etc etc.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The NAS Jayz beef goes way back. When Nas made over a billion dollars with his investment in Coinbase, we are now seeing a revenge business move by Jayz to take his piece of the crypto sphere. He is simply trying to keep up and compete with my boy Nasty Nasir. The truth teller

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

$DXY or dollar index just filled inefficiency, now there is one on $BTC CME chart down to $21k area. After that then I feel like market can decide where we're headed. $NAS was at resistance yesterday this isn't surprising to see IMO. Also how about $ETC? I know alot of the $ETH miners are moving into ETC and it's already up around 100% in the past week or so.. it looks like if we come out of this bullish that it can go another 70% or so easily. I can provide charts or you can check my daily market updates on my telegram channel.

r/BitcoinSee Comment

I have mine running on a VM with a NFS mount to my NAS for data storage. No (new) cables or (new) equipment needed. Just a $10k homelab (someone help me I have a problem)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I want to increase my NAS storage and upgrade my other PCs a bit too. I'm thinking of throwing maybe $1k-$2k at upgrades

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Out of curiosity, what are the benefits of decentralized storage compared to running a home NAS? I have around 30 TB of data on my home server and I can connect back to my home LAN using a tunnel like Zerotier (or Hamachi)+File Explorer (such as CX Explorer), and it allows me to browse all the files and data that I have on my server at home while i'm away from home. All of the files show up on my PC / Phone and stream as if I was sitting on my own LAN, even though i'm connected to 2 different networks. Also there's the option of something like HFS or another software that allows me to browse and download data from my own self-hosted system+I can encrypt the connection, so there's no worries about privacy, etc There is the drawback of being limited to physical data throughput and latency, but comparatively speaking, would you find decentralized storage to be viable compared to a self-hosted NAS? (also how does it compare to online cloud storage providers).

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Speaking of the 13th that's also when the ETH hard fork is set to take place. $NAS is bleeding too, I'm thinking its very possible we see 13k levels in BTC

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm not OP but I think there is more to go down too. Because Bitcoin is correlated with the overall market, especially US stock indices (I like to look at NAS100) and all other coins are correlated to bitcoin. The indices and crypto move in the same way at the same times. So those big drops that happen or big rises, happen across all of them. With that being said, we still have not gotten inflation under control and Powell said "prepare for some pain" or whatever he said exactly. Also, I am expecting a bad holiday season for consumer spending since people are tight on money. I know I won't be spending much. That will likely cause a bit of a drop, along with rate hikes, and other bad news (like if companies keep laying people off). So I'm expecting NAS to be bearish the rest of the year which means Bitcoin and crypto will be too. Sorry for the long answer but wanted to explain.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

“Our evaluation shows that with off-the-shelf PCs and NAS storage, an attacker would be able to mine a database capable of matching 25% of the digits in an address to achieve a 50% chance of finding a fitting fake address.” Here’s the paper: https://arxiv.org/pdf/2108.14004.pdf

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I run a node (and bitcoin explorer) on my NAS in docker. The NAS is already on 24/7 so the only thing it costs me is an additional 500gb of HD space.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yup and I recommend it. There is a bit of manipulation but once you get used to how she moves, you should be good. Just remember, Less is more. Even 2 good trades a week on NAS can mean you never work again.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I like. Proper diverse and on the ball. Might look into NAS100 eventually. I’m guessing you are from US?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I actually like trading NAS100 mostly. It just makes sense to me and I don't have to worry about dealing with single company issues. I've tired forex and yikes. I haven't found an individual stock that I like though as far as trading. I'm also currently looking at gold but haven't really traded it as of yet. Just backtesting.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Took me 24 hours on my simple synology NAS.. (1000mbps)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Thats why almost all my crypto (even most of my Banano) is on hardware wallets. Obviously all seeds are backed up. All my systems do hourly backups on a NAS with RAID1, a spare backup is done by hand \~monthly. If you worry about possible (unencrypted) private keys on your phone you could always empty the wallets before handing the phone into repair.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Is it possible to run a bitcoin node on a Synology NAS (DS918+, intel cpu, 16gb ram, plenty of space) via docker? I already have quite an extensive docker-compose ecosystem running on my NAS, so it would not be much of an investment for me if it was possible. Only came across [this](https://bitcoinist.com/running-a-bitcoin-node-on-synology-disk-station-manager/) guid which is not very detailed

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

You can install Bitcoin core in the NAS on a rocker container, but umbrel and mybtcnode provide some nice UI and other apps for it

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Bitwarden. - Works on all devices (apps + browser). - Bitwarden itself can be secured with a YubiKey. - The app remembers the authentication key (instead of only the result, like I've noticed with Google Authenticator and Lastpass etc.). - If you have the technical knowhow, you can run it on own PC/Server/NAS.   I first used Google Authenticator, but (at the time I used it,) it had two flaws: 1) mobile only (good luck when the phone isn't near you or the battery is dead), and 2) there was no easy backup method, switching to an other phone is annoying. Bitwarden fixes all that stuff for me. And added benefit is that Bitwarden is a password manager, so you'll have all your login details in 1 location (which might now be preferred by some). All in all, I love the app. And the premium price of 10 USD a year is pretty affordable.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Ditto. Got Umbrel running in a VM from my NAS. Totes worth every penny.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Yep. A good backup is one that’s continually maintained on ‘live’ media and migrated every now and again. I use a NAS (with redundancy) as level one backup of all my stuff and cold storage on all three of optical, magnetic, and flash media types.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

What do you mean in my VM, can I do that on a Synology NAS?

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I hear you brother and I understand you. If it were up to me I would have taken a raspberry pi any day of thr week. It's a school/work related project that needs to be done on this NAS, so here I am.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

NAS's are typically very slow underperformant devices. I would just cough up for a raspberry pi or run it on an old laptop. There is going to be little to no support for your setup as you are taking an unfamiliar route. If you can't set it up yourself, its going to be hard to maintain.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Ok, this is a decoupling from NAS today.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Ah yeah my bad. Thought you meant the NAS Drive.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Can I run a Bitcoin & LN node wirelessly through my Raspberry Pi into my NAS drive? Saves me having to buy an extra HDD.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

it’s not used often unfortunately due to the feature not being promoted and not letting people download unlimited content, it often limits you to keep only a few movies locally. What could fix this: local network cache nodes. a little NAS in your wardrobe that would sync with the netflix servers and download the content once. basically a plex server for licensed content.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I'm running [https://umbrel.com/](https://umbrel.com/) which runs a full bitcoin node, lightning node, nice UI etc in docker containers. I'm running it on my NAS PC (ubuntu) alongside a bunch of other services like plex. But it can run on raspberry pi too. I looked at this before [https://ronindojo.io/](https://ronindojo.io/) but I could do umbrel without leaving my chair so went with that.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The Mafioso Mashinsky giving us NAS vibes 🎵🔊🤟

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I don't want to scare you, but I think that's actually what you want. That way, you'll have your bases covered. If you store coins in a cold wallet, do so in such a way that, should your home burn down or the bank vault get wiped out, you do not lose them. I think about these things for all data. I keep data stored on a NAS in my house. I have software to encrypt the files and back them up to cloud storage. They're encrypted *before* they leave my house and I keep the encryption keys encrypted separately and stored in multiple locations. I cannot prescribe the right solution for you, but think of every possible scenario and how to get your data back should the worst happen. A good file encryption program is valuable, but make sure the password or key you use is unbreakable, but that you can still get in if all you have is your brain. As an alternative to a strong password stored in your head, consider splitting the password into two or three pieces and given each piece to trusted friends who do not know each other. But I'd still keep at last part of that key only in my head.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It's only private if it's encrypted, and ownership is anyone if it's public. You can do the same thing on the centralized service. If it's privacy I need, I have a NAS. Why would I pay to upload to some decentralized service?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Don't test malicious links on an old device. If that installed a rootkit, you'd be down a laptop. Old laptops still have plenty of use. Also, unless you actually know how to properly sandbox a device to test malicious links, do not ever do this shit. This was a phising attempt, but more complex attacks could infect your laptop, then pivot to other devices on your network. You had to be connected the internet to test that link. If your laptop was connected to your home network and had **any** access to network devices (shared media server, NAS, shared directories), that could have been a chance for malware to migrate from the laptop to other devices on the network. Windows enables a bunch of convenience features by default to make connecting to other devices easy, but that also makes it easy for you to accidentally disable a program or service that enables pivoting from one device to another. Unless you really know what you're doing, don't fuck around with malicious links.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

NAS? Isn't he a rapper?

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Love the Raspberry Pi, got one running OSMC and another oldie as a NAS. Yep that's some nice real-world stuff there too ![gif](emote|emo_pack_1|wojakiss)

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