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Bricking comes from the firmware editing community. Say someone is flashing a PSP's firmware so that it could play unsupported content. And then they do something wrong and completely fucks it up so that it can't be used anymore. That's called bricking, because it turns the PSP into a paperweight, or a brick.
tldr; Jeripay, a Singapore-based Fintech company, announced that they are collaborating with FCF Pay, a Canadian-based company, to enable cryptocurrency acceptance for PSP providers. This collaboration will allow both organisations to tap their expertise in payment acceptance. Cryptocurrencies are accepted online or at some traditional points of sale. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
Thanks for the post. I've never tried tails myself, does it work completely offline? (once loaded) does it come with a software to generate private keys/wallets? > But that requires trusing there isn't some kind of malware hiding in EFI or BIOS and the Intel ME / AMD PSP secure zones. how common are these? are there documented cases of these malware being used succesfully?
tldr; Banxa is the world's first listed payment service provider (PSP) and RegTech platform for the digital assets industry, continues its rapid global expansion. Banxa has become the first retail platform globally to support USDC on Hedera. The company is also actively exploring the setup of operations in Luxembourg and India. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
Good question for most, I would probably pay up as I prefer money going to the artist (or, in the case of a resale, to the person most likely to then go on to support other artists). How do I know myself that well? Back in the age of the PSP I installed custom firmwares onto my devices, ripped my games to ISO files, and played those as they had less lag/ran more smoothly (and consumed less battery life). It would have been less work, and cheaper, to simply pirate the games.
Agreed. One of my coins is down pretty bad but i see them build every day so i am not much affected by daily prioce fluctuations. Just stake and chill for now. Having high conviction is necessary though which will come from how good your research is. I am staking AIOZ DAFI GTH PSP FTM for long term
About your first point. Yes, you are right on that, it was his claim that is used a lot for criminal activity not mine. https://www.forbes.com/sites/haileylennon/2021/01/19/the-false-narrative-of-bitcoins-role-in-illicit-activity/?sh=a3296ab3432f The opposite seems to be the truth. About the second point, the speed of the transactions on visa is irrelevant if at the end of the day the real transaction takes days, the bank take more days to process. Is like telling someone that it took me seconds to put the transaction on the que while it hasn’t been processed. Send money to one of your friends, at least in the USA it will take days if you don’t use an app that will charge extra to access that money immediately. And he makes a point about the added complexity of the crypto currencies, the pieces on the traditional system are the merchant, an intermediary like a PSP (charging a fee for the service) https://dwaynegefferie.com/6-things-to-watch-out-for-when-negotiating-a-payments-service-provider-contract/#:~:text=Most%20PSPs%20offering%20their%20service,per%20transaction%20till%20about%20%240.01. Then you got visa,MC, etc, the you got 2 banks making the transactions. That’s added complexity, if you got only one system or one bank you wouldn’t need to do all of that, that complexity was added because of the use of the banks. I’m not trying to attack the banks, visa and the banks have added value, that’s what you are paying for, that added protection, mixing a little of your third point here, I think banks can be crypto banks, and CEX can also be crypto banks, that’s probably what is going to happen with the CBDC, central bank will probably require certain protections to be able to receive it from them (like the current bank system). But crypto wallets are not banks, they are more like your old wallet full of credit cards and fiat. Nothing is protecting the money there, that’s the reason the idea of a crypto wallet is to unbank, not to crypto bank. Yes, I’m with you that transacting with BTC would make you think twice before spending, but that’s the reason there are stablecoins. And that’s part of my point, crypto enthusiast make the same kinds of mistakes that the ones he made, if someone criticize ETH they tell you how algo is cheap, you can run a node with a raspberry pi to try to disprove a point. He complained about that and He does the same, telling you that crypto doesn’t work because BTC is raising in value, like there are no stable coins. There are tons of people using the blockchains, specially because some costs cents to use. But it’s fine, it’s your money, do what you like. But Saying that crypto is unusable while there are people like you are buying crypto and have never paid gas fees. That is the kind of reason his points are superficial, they don’t add up if you put them together, which is the same he’s criticizing about the crypto community. If you are using lets say Coinbase, you are not paying gas fees, they are internally assigning the crypto to you, and if there is not enough of a particular crypto, they buy more paying that gas fee. They require the blockchain to be there operating to exist, because at the end of the they their crypto is on wallets. They even let you use “earn”, where they stake your crypto (paying the gas fees), for you, in cases like Algorand they are voting and getting the APY from there. So the fact is, you are not paying a cent on gas fees and you are getting staking rewards, which doesn’t add up with the point that it can’t be used and that only a few hundred of thousands need that
here are mine that i have staked for long term FTM- best chains for defi PSP- imo best dex aggregator. stake psp get reduced gas fees. GTH- no ponzi no bullshit. pure usdt returns from the profit gather network makes. DAFI i love their unique staking model which they call super staking ETH lido staking
I'd say I got super lucky. I used paraswap a couple times last year and got into the whole IMX/Gods unchained thing pretty early. Got a combined total airdrop of 7800 PSP, about 1900 IMX, and 800 GODS. Liquidated some to pay off debts, put the rest in eth. Still kicking myself for not getting an ENS domain name last year. I was literally like two buttons from doing so but decided against it, lol.
DAFI for their upcoming DAFINova update GTH for their upcoming Minerva Chain AIOZ for their mainnet v2 PSP coz its quite undervalued and got dumpe din a infleuncer led fud FTM for one of the most undervalued layer 1 if new to crypto then all into eth / btc
PSP its relatively new and dumped since influencer fudded it as their airdrop criteria was very tight. ATH is at 2 usd now at 0.16 usd. Mine are staked as it will give me back my gas fees spent in refund. DAFI AIOZ GTH will have insnae roi as well if they go back to their ATH which imo they should. I am willing to hold long term
tldr; Banxa, the world's first listed payment service provider (PSP) and RegTech platform for the digital assets industry, is excited to announce a 337% increase on Year on Year growth for December 2021, with a TTV of $131 million. In December, the Banxa team processed over 7000 transactions daily to reach this record volume. The company also added 18 new coins to its service, including Ethereum Classic, Cardano, Solana, Sushi, Uniswap and Wrapped Bitcoin. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
I have an old drive where I keep files from 2008 (my very first PSP files and savegames for example), even some old photos from 2007. I could have definitely left a wallet.dat file among those.... but no, I never learned about BTC till 2015, proceeded to ignore it for another 2 years until 2017. :(
I remember my first Final Fantasy game. It was for the PSP, and I got it for my birthday. Only to then find out they charged for an additional proprietary online service to play the game. They will screw us as hard as they can with this.
all those coins have gone up a lot. i can shill you FTM, ENS in large caps. In low caps probably RAMP DAFI AIOZ PSP tons are there. just look at em and see what suits you. Market is favouring layer 2 blockchains at the moment though
On-chain KYC/AML requirements sound nice but at the end of the day do not satisfy the vast regulatory requirements of the numerous different markets in which these companies necessarily operate. To try and illustrate the scale of the problem, in a typical cross-border transaction there can be a lot of parties in the 'chain' - the individual payer, their PSP, their x-border PSP, their bank(s), their correspondent bank(s), the target bank and the payee. Every single one of these parties has regulatory obligations, and their compliance relies on all of the other parties doing their job and being able to demonstrate it efficiently. If one party isn't comfortable with on-chain KYC, that screws the entire thing. There are of course other hurdles, the most fundamental of which is that as I said, the existing rails are more commercially viable. Integration, client optics and FX risk are also effective barriers to entry. CBDCs *could* get around a lot of this by tokenising central bank fiat digitally (not necessarily crypto) and then building its own rails (e.g. blockchain) which could be accessible internationally. Think of it like cash that you can take abroad and then give to someone else, except in this case you have access to the CBDC network abroad and can receive CBDC from someone at home. No Ripple etc involved. Is every crypto working in x-border redundant? No, of course not. In fact, x-border remains one of the most promising use cases for crypto. However, as is often the case with crypto, there are currently preferred solutions in the market for things that the addressable market cares about.
team ducked up everyone and pocketed a lot of money by selling their tokens is what most people say. but i alwasy stayed away from it. similar thing happening with PSP though it already has a product and millions of volume going through it. am stuck in psp now but hopeful lets see. anywasy it was the airdrop that i hold now. at least bullish on my dafi ramp aioz ftm bags
Buy the dip for sure. This is not the top. Its not how top are made. BTC never would have recovered after May only to go 10-15% above the previosu ATH. IMO 100k is coming. I have deployed almost all my stables now on various alts like AIOZ RAMP DAFI FTM PSP ENS and some more. Good luck to all. See u at 100k-120k
DAFI- low cap with a very underrated use-case. AIOZ- Mainnet coming good to buy the dips imo RAMP- Just launched their incentives program, coming to SOL soon. FTM- cause i play with defi on ftm PSP- simply very undervaleud at less than 100 mill mcap
Yea it's not at all clear what he means. Like ok we won't be opening accounts at BoE I don't think anyone expected that to happen. My guess is we end up with non risk taking payments service providers handling current accounts and they hold all the money in CBDC. Banks would maybe split off their accounts to a PSP or possibly ringfence their own PSP.
If you ever used ParaSwap.io at all, make sure to go back there and check if you qualified for the AirDrop! Currently the PSP token is traded on UniSwap only I think (Ethereum network, so high fees unfortunately). But it may well be worth it depending on the amount you got! Enjoy.