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I am bullish on ETHEREUM ETF. Wallstreet and Institutional investors will invest in an Ethereum ETF because Ethereum is GREEN and does not pollute the environment, It is ESG compliant. Past Events that will make Ethereum ETF a success.

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SocialGood New Year Offer

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SG Forge’s new crypto licence may ‘fast-track’ its way to EU market

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France's 3rd largest bank approved to offer custody and trading

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Introducing Lybra Finance On-Chain Analysis Dashboard

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Introduction to Trust Wallet: A Guide to Self-Custody with CEO Eowyn

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The Euro-pegged Stablecoin of Société Générale has functions to recall or burn your money. The worst is yet to come with these digital currencies controlled by the Banksters.

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Societe Generale Subsidiary Launches Euro Stablecoin, but Faces Criticism Over Smart Contract Issues

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Societe Generale's crypto division launches Euro stablecoin on Ethereum

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Societe General launches Euro stablecoin on Ethereum

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Users are now able to unwrap their Coinbase Wrapped Staked ETH

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SocialGood: how to migrate coin from ETH to Polygon?

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CNBC called me the crypto godfather. I was SIM swapped, then robbed of $23.8M in crypto. I sued the cybercriminals, and won—now I'm battling AT&T. AMA.

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Help me find on which website/wallet I had my BTC deposited in 2012

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Don't trust the SocialGood crypto "Cashback" platform

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My bizzare experience with Crypto.com. Courious if you had experienced anything similar?

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Has anyone experienced anything similar?

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Epic DD 100x potential

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SCR99SG Online casino now accepts USDT we going worldwide

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Using BTC for international money transfer

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I Need Advice: I joined SocialGood using my BitMart app, and got $291 dollars free. YAYYY! So what the fuck do I do with this now anyways? Can I withdraw? Can I stake? How do I use my newly discovered SG? Anybody wanna lend a hand?

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SG crypto?

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What price should I ask for all my miners?

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FREE 200$

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Is SocialGood (SG) a scam? Pyramid Scheme?

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Do anyone know, how to convert these pending SG (social good ) to Approved SG ?

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Experiences with Social Good app?

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Get FREE CRYPTO up to $10,000 unlimited times and 15% STAKING! Shop at eBay and 1,800+ famous stores to get the crypto SocialGood (SG) More than 300,000 users since 2018! 📲Use invitation code: T2H7ZZ to get $200

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A casino token I found has been getting a lot of work done within the past month… V2 of their product releases soon with over 3,000 video slots - a lot of these games are ones people play in Vegas! Plus live dealer tables and more.

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Get FREE CRYPTO up to $10,000

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Has anyone heard of or used SocialGood app?

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A revolutionary one-stop-shop cryptocurrency platform for both CeFi and DeFi space. Multi-million dollar company to create a multi-currency dual wallet. This is the game changer - it's seamless, secure and innovative

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A revolutionary one-stop-shop cryptocurrency platform for both CeFi and DeFi space. Multi-million dollar company to create a multi-currency dual wallet. A game changer - seamless, secure and innovative

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A revolutionary one-stop-shop cryptocurrency platform for both CeFi and DeFi space. Multi-million dollar company to create a multi-currency dual wallet. This is the game changer - it's seamless, secure and innovative

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SG-based crypto firm Bitget suspended over false advertising and dispute with BTS' agency

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Suggestion on broker to buy CRYPTO in SG

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StormGain and it’s “Crypto Mining” in app section that can be used on SG markets only is it legit?

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Global Regulations of Cryptocurrencies 2021 - Part 2 Asia and Africa

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Dear SG Barbour, instead of pumping fossil fuels and your BTC mining ops, why don’t you just push to end govt subsidies and tax loopholes for the whole energy industry? Money, energy, etc. should all compete on a level playing field. Don’t pump fossil fuels. Pump free markets.

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Honestly I would just stick to Bitcoin. My primary reason for saying that is because of the number of scams that are out there. Until you have more knowledge of how shady business Crypto is your better off. The only coin I have made any money with is SG. I got lucky and signed up a long time ago. And was gifted coins for a ton of reasons. 3 years later I finally was able to make my first withdrawal. Lol. Here is there link below. I will be upfront with you it’s profitable but you have to refer people. Anyways if you sign up with my link and a 50 dollar purchase I will give you ( or anyone who signs up with the link) the 800 tokens to become a premium member. Those tokens if staked make your rewards higher or you can swap them and cash out. Anyways good luck with your crypto adventures I hope you make a lot of money. Also I have a couple other free coins that you just have to log in daily and can make money. Message me if interested.

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I’m earning SATs from faucets and all that, but buying alts right now, just because I’m poor. I just started buying SG in Coinbase Wallet, while simultaneously earning it in the app.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

> If your argument is everything can be done web2 style in a more efficient way, then that applies to everything here. Not true if you want permissionless tx, easy global settlement, or even local settlement if your country lacks basic TradFi. There are many concrete examples where a public ledger can do better than "web 2". But we are talking about govt programs for domestic policies in a relatively well-off city-state. It feels like fad chasing more than anything else. > SG gov websites stops supporting these older certificates.  I am having a hard time believing SG govt finds it more cost-efficient to store it on Ethereum than on their servers. >  meaning it’s a permanent server/database for data that only has an upfront cost with no other fees associated.  You know state expiry will be a thing right? Then it would only be available on archival nodes. And there is no reason to believe these nodes will keep your records forever. Unlike full nodes, these nodes are doing it out of their own volition and have no on-chain mechanism to penalize them for tampering. > Another way of looking at it is that the EVM is already a global standard.  A VM that struggles to implement parallelism and needs so many ad hoc patches? Lol, ok. Just wait and see, if it becomes a "global standard". > Btw certificate hashes cannot be stored on-chain without having some sort of standard (smart contract). EVM can store data, but you’ll need a programme (smart contract) to store it efficiently. You are conflating a lot of things. 1) Storing it vs storing it efficiently aren't the same thing. 2) How you store it on EVM vs how you store it in a general VM are again not the same thing. > EVM does not have “purpose bound” money  Again, it can be done by a govt server for processing and use the blockchain just to pull the account identifier. > countries to reuse this standard easily. Highly doubtful. Never seen welfare programs being accepted abroad. There are good reasons to why. You need merchants to comply with regulations to ensure purchased item falls within the welfare category. Countries can't enforce this easily abroad. Hence it opens up for scams and stuff.

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If your argument is everything can be done web2 style in a more efficient way, then that applies to everything here. The entire point is to do it on-chain, so you can verify your school certificate even if the school closes down or if a few hundred years in the future, SG gov websites stops supporting these older certificates. It replaces the backend infrastructure, meaning it’s a permanent server/database for data that only has an upfront cost with no other fees associated. And yea it’s kinda redundant now and probably less efficient than just going the old web2 way, but having the web3 infrastructure backend enables us to migrate our system to better blockchains in the future that can truly replace web2. Another way of looking at it is that the EVM is already a global standard. This enables people to use standards easily without having to invent another method to store and interpret these data. Whether public blockchains can succeed is one thing, but private blockchains will for sure be the future of distributed computing systems, and EVM (and other smart contract systems) are very easy to reimplement in private/permissioned chains. Btw certificate hashes cannot be stored on-chain without having some sort of standard (smart contract). EVM can store data, but you’ll need a programme (smart contract) to store it efficiently. Purpose-bound money on an EVM chain also makes it extremely portable and enables other organisations and countries to reuse this standard easily. EVM does not have “purpose bound” money and you’ll also need programmes (smart contracts) to store these data even if they’re preprocessed off-chain.

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Just to copy and paste my comment as a top level comment: [Singapore hashes and stores our vaccine data, graduation certificates, identify and visa information on Ethereum. ](https://www.verify.gov.sg/faq)We also have a full standard that’s developed for [storing and hashing certificates for standardisation. ](https://www.opencerts.io/faq/)Personally, I’ve seen all long term visas for foreigners (not tourist visa) using this standard. Our work visa are fully digitised and on the blockchain and we deprecated physical cards for this. All our school certificates are also online and I can attest that my own graduation certificate is hashed on the blockchain. To elaborate on its usefulness: we can operate this trustlessly. As long as the standard is fully open and documented, anyone can hash these certs and verify them on-chain without needing to rely on SG government servers and websites. Border guards for instance can verify our passports and visas. Private companies can verify our graduation certificates even if the school no longer exists or if the entire SG government website went down. Our COVID19 data can be verified as well. I don’t often speak highly of SG government but for these initiatives, we’re far ahead of the pack. We’re also not an insignificant nation and these initiatives are definitely carefully considered before being rolled out. Want more? [We have a while digital money scheme. ](https://www.mas.gov.sg/schemes-and-initiatives/project-orchid) They’ll be [replacing our existing voucher system’s backend. ](https://redeem.gov.sg/disbursing)These vouchers are literally used by 90% of Singaporeans as the government gives them out as subsidies every year to everyone and I’ve personally used them, along with almost all my friends. They’re not yet on the blockchain, but I assume they’re undergoing trials given how we’ve already implemented several blockchain dApps. Like it or not, blockchain isn’t going anywhere. If a world class government has the foresight to design and release products based on Ethereum since COVID19 era, I believe blockchain technology will take over web2 infrastructures.

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[Singapore hashes and stores our vaccine data, graduation certificates, identify and visa information on Ethereum. ](https://www.verify.gov.sg/faq) We also have a full standard that’s developed for [storing and hashing certificates for standardisation. ](https://www.opencerts.io/faq/) Personally, I’ve seen all long term visas for foreigners (not tourist visa) using this standard. Our work visa are fully digitised and on the blockchain and we deprecated physical cards for this. All our school certificates are also online and I can attest that my own graduation certificate is hashed on the blockchain. To elaborate on its usefulness: we can operate this trustlessly. As long as the standard is fully open and documented, anyone can hash these certs and verify them on-chain without needing to rely on SG government servers and websites. Border guards for instance can verify our passports and visas. Private companies can verify our graduation certificates even if the school no longer exists or if the entire SG government website went down. Our COVID19 data can be verified as well. I don’t often speak highly of SG government but for these initiatives, we’re far ahead of the pack. We’re also not an insignificant nation and these initiatives are definitely carefully considered before being rolled out. Want more? [We have a while digital money scheme. ](https://www.mas.gov.sg/schemes-and-initiatives/project-orchid) They’ll be [replacing our existing voucher system’s backend. ](https://redeem.gov.sg/disbursing) These vouchers are literally used by 90% of Singaporeans as the government gives them out as subsidies every year to everyone and I’ve personally used them, along with almost all my friends. They’re not yet on the blockchain, but I assume they’re undergoing trials given how we’ve already implemented several blockchain dApps. Like it or not, blockchain isn’t going anywhere. If a world class government has the foresight to design and release products based on Ethereum since COVID19 era, I believe blockchain technology will take over web2 infrastructures.

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I will make an effort and go through the links: 1. This post accuses CDC of an imminent rug bc of a likeness to another product (specifically crypto credit cards). Meanwhile, today, almost every exchange offers cards in some shape or form. I guess all of the other companies offering cards are also scamming. Kris Marszalek also answers the criticism directly under the post and explains the differences between the two products (namely, the whole exchange side of things). [https://np.reddit.com/r/ethtrader/comments/6dbkui/scam\_warning\_monaco\_ico/](https://np.reddit.com/r/ethtrader/comments/6dbkui/scam_warning_monaco_ico/) 2) The second link, I assume (it has since been deleted), accused CDC of scamming because they advertised heavily. I do not understand why an advertisement would be a red flag; neither did the post expand on this. The post received 22 upvotes. Meanwhile, the most upvoted comment with 200 upvotes calls out the OP, stating, "Please provide more than just inflammatory opinion." Also, CDC clearly was not a scam. It is still here despite this post from 4 years ago, after surviving a bank run and a multi-year bear market. [https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/6cfw8y/warning\_monaco\_scammers\_aggressively\_advertising/](https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/6cfw8y/warning_monaco_scammers_aggressively_advertising/) 3) The third link is a comment being discontent about the MCO conversion to CRO, which is a fair opinion. But it has been since discussed why Monaco was open to potential litigation while CRO is more detached from the CEX and thus less sus. You can disagree with this assessment, but that is your own subjective value judgment. [https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/79zyye/seems\_like\_mco\_token\_is\_now\_dead\_sad\_story/](https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/79zyye/seems_like_mco_token_is_now_dead_sad_story/) 4) This link accused the CDC of possible scamming in the future bc some card issuer making crypto cards went under or stopped business? Idk the whole post is weird. Only 3-4 sentences concern [Crypto.com](http://crypto.com/), making assumptions (mentioning Bitconnect and that Satoshi Nakamoto would not like crypto card ICOs). Retrospectively, it was clearly wrong. CDC did not rug; it is still here with a large user base that transacts with their cards all around the world on a daily basis. [https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/a5b4hz/let\_the\_scams\_flow\_out\_of\_the\_window\_monaco\_and/](https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/a5b4hz/let_the_scams_flow_out_of_the_window_monaco_and/) 5) This link calls CDC a scam bc they listed DOGE and SHIB. I guess you could call this a value judgment based on dislike for meme coins, but not sure why you included it here, supposedly proving CDC is a scam. Does that mean Binance, Kraken, and Coinbase are scamming too bc they list DOGE and SHIB? [https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/nfyhss/fuck\_you\_cryptocom\_for\_preying\_on\_newbies\_in\_this/](https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/nfyhss/fuck_you_cryptocom_for_preying_on_newbies_in_this/) 6) This link is a bit more complex with several points bundled together, alleging scamming bc of: * a supposed delay in the distribution of cards to the US, as they were launching first in SG and progressively in other parts of the world (possible, but not relevant anymore, I assume, with hundreds of thousands of cards out there and millions of users of the CDC App globally); * rebrand to [Crypto.com](http://crypto.com/) (IMO obviously better name than Monaco... companies rebrand similar to the company from link1 rebranding to Monolith); * MCO conversion (see my comment to link 3); * and the prior business activity of the CEO Kris Marszalek (I will comment on this a bit further below to avoid repeating myself). [https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/biaud9/monaco\_mco\_raised\_26\_million\_in\_ico\_and\_promised/](https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/biaud9/monaco_mco_raised_26_million_in_ico_and_promised/)

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I will make an effort and go through the links: 1) This post accuses CDC of an imminent rug bc of a likeness to another product (specifically crypto credit cards). Meanwhile, today, almost every exchange offers cards in some shape or form. I guess all of the other companies offering cards are also scamming. Kris Marszalek also answers the criticism directly under the post and explains the differences between the two products (namely, the whole exchange side of things). [https://np.reddit.com/r/ethtrader/comments/6dbkui/scam\_warning\_monaco\_ico/](https://np.reddit.com/r/ethtrader/comments/6dbkui/scam_warning_monaco_ico/) 2) The second link, I assume (it has since been deleted), accused CDC of scamming because they advertised heavily. I do not understand why an advertisement would be a red flag; neither did the post expand on this. The post received 22 upvotes. Meanwhile, the most upvoted comment with 200 upvotes calls out the OP, stating, "Please provide more than just inflammatory opinion." Also, CDC clearly was not a scam. It is still here despite this post from 4 years ago, after surviving a bank run and a multi-year bear market. [https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/6cfw8y/warning\_monaco\_scammers\_aggressively\_advertising/](https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/6cfw8y/warning_monaco_scammers_aggressively_advertising/) 3) The third link is a comment being discontent about the MCO conversion to CRO, which is a fair opinion. But it has been since discussed why Monaco was open to potential litigation while CRO is more detached from the CEX and thus less sus. You can disagree with this assessment, but that is your own subjective value judgment. [https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/79zyye/seems\_like\_mco\_token\_is\_now\_dead\_sad\_story/](https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/79zyye/seems_like_mco_token_is_now_dead_sad_story/) 4) This link accused the CDC of possible scamming in the future bc some card issuer making crypto cards went under or stopped business? Idk the whole post is weird. Only 3-4 sentences concern [Crypto.com](http://Crypto.com), making assumptions (mentioning Bitconnect and that Satoshi Nakamoto would not like crypto card ICOs). Retrospectively, it was clearly wrong. CDC did not rug; it is still here with a large user base that transacts with their cards all around the world on a daily basis. [https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/a5b4hz/let\_the\_scams\_flow\_out\_of\_the\_window\_monaco\_and/](https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/a5b4hz/let_the_scams_flow_out_of_the_window_monaco_and/) 5) This link calls CDC a scam bc they listed DOGE and SHIB. I guess you could call this a value judgment based on dislike for meme coins, but not sure why you included it here, supposedly proving CDC is a scam. Does that mean Binance, Kraken, and Coinbase are scamming too bc they list DOGE and SHIB? [https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/nfyhss/fuck\_you\_cryptocom\_for\_preying\_on\_newbies\_in\_this/](https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/nfyhss/fuck_you_cryptocom_for_preying_on_newbies_in_this/) 6) This link is a bit more complex with several points bundled together, alleging scamming bc of: - a supposed delay in the distribution of cards to the US, as they were launching first in SG and progressively in other parts of the world (possible, but not relevant anymore, I assume, with hundreds of thousands of cards out there and millions of users of the CDC App globally); - rebrand to [Crypto.com](http://Crypto.com) (IMO obviously better name than Monaco... companies rebrand similar to the company from link1 rebranding to Monolith); - MCO conversion (see my comment to link 3); - and the prior business activity of the CEO Kris Marszalek (I will comment on this a bit further below to avoid repeating myself). [https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/biaud9/monaco\_mco\_raised\_26\_million\_in\_ico\_and\_promised/](https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/biaud9/monaco_mco_raised_26_million_in_ico_and_promised/)

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Lot of $ volume there eh There is nothing on Juno, it doesn't even have a dex and don't say wynd or loop. Loop took Junos millions and made a fool of everyone Wolf contract or whatever he calls himself these days, SG1 validator made millions and destroyed the chain

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Sure, I saw the blog post about Ergo Foundation incorporating in SG, I mentioned that in my post. When you say "approved" by ACRA though - ACRA doesn't conduct any diligence, they are just the corporate registration authority of SG, so Ergo Foundation just managed to form a company there. The financial regulator in SG is the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), which has no records for Ergo (well there's an Ergo Insurance, but that appears to be unrelated and at a different address). Ergo could be regulated under the name of a different company, but like i said, I can't find the name of that other company on their website. Looking at the LinkedIn profiles of the individuals you mentioned above, Armeanio is a BD Manager, Chepurnoy is a developer, Simpson is a part-time "member" of Ergo Foundation. Glasgow lists his position as director, so that's at least good. Hudson doesn't appear to have LinkedIn, but he's not in the Ergo "hall of fame" so maybe he's left the project? But anyway, overall, I still don't know who's really running the show. Not meaning to burst your bubble or criticise - I'm saying it's not for me, as it doesn't pass my smell test. It's been a slow day at work and this has been a fun one to glance at.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm a little skeptical about Ergo, purely based on their presentation. I'm a corporate investigator. One of the basic questions I have about a crypto project (and any company I want to deal with) is what is the company behind it, who are the founders, senior management, and directors, and what is their experience. On its website, Ergo makes it difficult to answer these questions, and it's unclear why. It says the Ergo Foundation is incorporated in Singapore, but its implied there is another profit-making entity. There is no corporate entity named in the website's privacy policy or legal disclaimer. I also ran a site: search for "ltd" and "pty" (the common company extension for companies in SG) and didn't find the name of any other company. The website has a "Hall of Fame" for contributors, but doesn't clearly name who is in charge. On Ergo's LinkedIn page, it only has 13 "associated members", many of whom seems to have other jobs as well as Ergo or are 'freelance'/'volunteer' at Ergo. This is just one of the areas on my DYOR checklist and I am already feeling a little uncomfortable...

Mentions:#SG#DYOR
r/BitcoinSee Comment

If you’re rich, SG is really nice to live in.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Which cex do you guys use in MY and SG?

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

Get the coin $SG you get 1500%🤑SG back when you shop and can get free $SG by doing task. 😤Download & claim your free $700! https://referral.socialgood.inc/?id=LPA8CR

Mentions:#SG#CR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yeah, I get that, but ideally the staked ATOM would be distributed more evenly across all validators to decrease centralisation. Given that 80+ validators supported the proposal, compared to 30 something who voted against it, I think the outcome is a sign that Cosmos isn't horribly centralised, which is a positive. Although, somebody did mention to me earlier today that SG1, the second largest validator, abstained from the vote so as to not sway it heavily one way or the other. Respect to them for that, but obviously we'd be having a different discussion about centralisation if they had voted NO and won it for the minority.

Mentions:#ATOM#SG
r/BitcoinSee Comment

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Mentions:#SG#BTC
r/BitcoinSee Comment

$SG price skyrocketed 4x in just 4 months, overwhelmingly outperforming #BTC! 🎁 The free giveaway app for SocialGood $SG crypto! 🥳 Virtually free shopping at #Expedia #eBay #Walmart etc. ✅Download Now, Grab Your $200! https://referral.socialgood.inc/?id=AZW86H #BoostSocialGoodPrice #Airdrop

Mentions:#SG#BTC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I was digging into this company and came across this post. For anyone interested, I dove into their Q2 earnings and here's my findings: They pulled in $15m of revenue. Their expenses were $5.1m for Cost of Revenue (electricity), $1.2m for operating expenses (property leases), $8.6m for SG&A (salaries), and $8.5m for interest on $119m in debt (@ \~11.5%). So, all told, they burnt around $8m in cash. This doesn't include the cost of the hardware or build-outs, which they depreciate over 4 years (anybody who mines knows this is a joke.. mining hardware falls in value much faster than 25% a year, esp with current network hashrate growth). Anyway, that was another $6.4m in expenses, though they've already paid for it. Despite all this, they claimed "positive free cash flow" due to the fact that they issued $9.5m in shares (eg: dilution) to cover up those loses. Yes, they count issued shares as "cash flow". I would suggest doing your own due diligence before investing based off of top-line numbers such as "bitcoin mined" and managements claim to "positive free cash flow".

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

They burned $8m in cash in Q2. They earned $15m from mining, but had to pay $5m for cost of revenue (eg: electricity), $1.1m in operational expenses (leases), $8.5m SG&A (salaries), $8.4m in interest on $119m they borrow (at 11.5%). So that's a loss of $8m from running their enterprise. This also omits the expense of the hardware they purchased. Which decays in value rapidly. They wrote off $6.5m of its value that quarter. So, yeah, down $14.5m.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; The official Monero v0.18.3.0 Fluorine Fermi has been officially tagged for both CLI and GUI versions, however Selsta has advised builders to wait for the upcoming release v0.18.3.1, which is expected within the next week or two. Selsta provided an update on their recent work, mainly focused on release-related tasks for v0.18.3.0. During this process, they identified a pre-existing bug related to the block weight cache that wasn't introduced in the current release. To ensure widespread adoption of the block weight bug fix, they've opted to skip v0.18.3.0 and prepare v0.18.3.1 instead. Additionally, Selsta investigated and resolved an issue causing the "duplicate key: support_flags" error message, and they reviewed Trezor-related changes from PR 8752. Bitmain's recent announcement regarding the development of Monero ASIC miners, which later proved to be inaccurate, led to their listing for sale on their website. However, upon customers receiving and inspecting these miners, it became evident that Bitmain, a major ASIC manufacturer, had created a Monero miner consisting primarily of just several Sophon SG2042 CPUs. In the ongoing effort to enhance Monero's performance, tevador has submitted a pull request with the goal of boosting the efficiency of Monero's RandomX PoW algorithm on RISC-V processors. SChernykh has launched P2Pool v3.7, introducing new features like adding worker data to local/stratum files and addressing various bug fixes, including data race issues. Miners are advised to create a dedicated wallet solely for mining purposes on P2Pool to enhance privacy, as all wallet addresses are publicly visible. More information can be found here. 4rkal has released MoneroOS v0.3.7, an operating system tailored for XMR miners. MoneroOS is a live OS designed to easily begin mining Monero upon boot with only minimal configuration. It is inspired by NiceHash OS and is based on Arch Linux, created using archuseriso. More information and releases can be found here. Woodser unveiled monero-ts, a significant improvement over the previous monero-javascript library, now rebranded as monero-ts. This upgrade simplifies Monero wallet and daemon development in browser and NodeJS environments by incorporating robust TypeScript support, streamlining the development process for programmers. This transition marks a notable milestone in Monero's development landscape, offering increased convenience for developers. Additionally, the monero-ts/cpp/java platform is used in projects like Haveno, RINO, Umbrel, TipXMR, and others, so feel free to try it out and provide feedback. Serai DEX has officially launched its new website, now live and accessible. Serai DEX is a dedicated decentralized exchange designed for Monero and other cryptocurrencies, offering a unique liquidity-pool-based trading experience. Additionally, Serai has initiated a series of informative articles about their platform, providing a comprehensive insight into Serai, available in the blog section of their website in the coming weeks. Explore their website here. RINO has announced that its enterprise wallet, designed to cater specifically to organizations, is now available for free. This wallet offers secure workflows, cost savings, and trust through non-custodial solutions, utilizing Monero Multi-Party Computation (MPC) technology to empower teams with unique functionalities, such as assigning roles and implementing policies for fund interaction. The move aims to facilitate wider adoption of Monero within the mainstream financial industry. More information can be found here. Luke Profits, the creator of the of the Monero Subscriptions Wallet, announced the Mon *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Well try energies long term and on TA and even if u have a trend component actually present u will get hit by so much macro u will end up flipping coins: Ukraine, Israel just now etc. Try ags and u will get hit by so much weather effects u will lose any edge. If you doubt this then dont take my word for it. Look at the SG trend index. Top performing CTAs and trend follower get one killer year out of 5 flat ones (typically around rate movements). And these places are trading like 300+ markets with proper risk controls, liquidity providers for better spreads, dedicated execution teams/algos, peer reviewed research etc. Orders of magnitude more sophistication than you are considering in the example. If you look at trend and long term and make money out of it, on one market, for one trade, it is luck. To prove otherwise is it basically impossible - so people call this astrology.

Mentions:#SG
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Here is a [Nitter link](https://nitter.net/GoogleCloud_SG/status/1707751106745659446) for the Twitter thread linked above. Nitter is better for privacy and does not nag you for a login. More information can be found [here](https://nitter.net/about). --- *I am a bot, and this action was performed automatically. Please [contact the moderators of this subreddit](/message/compose/?to=/r/CryptoCurrency) if you have any questions or concerns.*

Mentions:#SG
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

[This was confirmed by GoogleCloud\_SG (Google Cloud Singapore) on ~~Twitter~~ X](https://twitter.com/GoogleCloud_SG/status/1707751106745659446) a few days ago. Don't know how much relevant this is, [as they've become a "SOLANA" validator in November 2022 and it still had downtime.](https://decrypt.co/113632/google-cloud-just-became-a-solana-validator)

Mentions:#SG#SOLANA
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

SG has something (realistically) pretty close to a one party system (despite allegedly having an opposition party). Overall it's basically a single party technocrat govt with a few democratic type flourishes. And by-and-large they do a very effective job. A lot of countries would rightly be jealous of their results. Policy changes tend to be pretty well socialized and telegraphed in advance. It's pretty rare to get sudden and unexpected policy changes in Singapore.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I was going to say the same; anyone who's spent time in SG and in the states might well reverse the comment 😅

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This guy planned to move his company from SG to Dubai. Is this a common thing among criminals?

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

El Salvador Singapore or Dubai. Choose Dubai if you have made a lot of money and want to spend time travelling through europe as its close. Choose ES if you have less money and would rather travel through south america. Right now if you are looking at south east asia choose singapore as theres no capital gains tax, thing is SG is as expensive as Dubai. For the time being forget places like Thailand as they have made it illegal to transact with bitcoin and this will make adoption non existant and bitcoin startups in the country non existant. Hopefully they reverse that decision and allow bitcoin innovation to flourish though. But for now Thailand is one of the most bitcoin UNfriendly places on earth. ES SG and Dubai all have zero tax on bitcoin usage but out of El Salvador Singapore and Dubai I would personally choose Dubai because it is still so cheap and easy to get permanent residence and its growing so fast that by 2040 it will likely be more developed and wealthier than Singapore. I really see a future where Dubai is the home of digital finance globally.

Mentions:#ES#SG
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It's not only about the E in ESG, and Bitcoin's score is 10/10 in SG letters

Mentions:#ESG#SG
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

HK, SG, SK and JP are leading the charge for mass adoption in Asia. Their regulations are not as hostile as the U.S

Mentions:#HK#SG#JP
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Let SG be the crypto hub for Asia

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This place is really an echo chamber. The statements he made was not in any way a reason for his win. No politicians in SG actually cares enough about cryptocurrency to have that as a campaign slogan. Not to mention the President in Singapore is a ceremonial role with no legislative power.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I have mine on Ledger using SG1. To my knowledge, I haven't received any airdrops.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

ngl I thought I would atleast see SG or Tokyo in there

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Harmony one literally registered in SG and rugged their coin

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I can’t use Kucoin from 1 Sept onwards, not even if I want to KYC. It doesn’t support SG anymore

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

[Crypto.com](https://Crypto.com) in SG charges a 3.5% Card Fee for buying crypto with a credit card.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That is gonna be a disaster event for SG users 🫤 but yes I’m sure they have been looking at how to carve this part of money for themselves too

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Probably fits the approach so far; SG seems to have been pretty tight on regulating retail access to crypto.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; The Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF) in France has announced its plans to align its crypto regulations with the European Union's MiCA directive. The changes, which will be implemented by January 1, 2024, will introduce stricter registration protocols for digital asset service providers (DASPs). The updated guidelines will focus on managing conflicts of interest, expanding mandatory disclosures, and distinguishing between client and platform assets. DASPs that register after 2024 will need to adapt to these new regulations, while those registered before will be grandfathered in. The MiCA directive, approved by the European Council in May 2023, will be rolled out gradually until 2025. However, there are concerns about the exclusion of decentralized finance (DeFi) from regulation and the potential risks it may pose to financial stability. The AMF has already granted DASP status to Société Générale's SG Forge division for its crypto services. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR. Try our free crypto chatbot at https://chat.coinfeeds.io*

Mentions:#AMF#SG#DYOR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Every crypto company has a company incorporated in SG. Makes it easy to check them out if you’re a Singapore resident.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Np. Not SG but got family there haha. Am still angmoh haha.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I have a noob question. Can you off ramp with Kraken? Fellow SG here haha

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Screenshotted this. Once SG runs I'll make sure to hit you up.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Zero capital gains tax in SG Zero tax in Portugal if you HODL for more than a year

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

The E part is in many cases reasonable - don't be shitty company polluting environment and killing everything around it. Not in all cases but in some it makes some sense. I can understand that. However, the SG part is wild.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

In all honesty same. I have a good amount in the blue chips and about 30k into this one. Listen to the most recent Twitter space we did last night, I believe they are uploading it to YouTube as well. ALSO, if you want to hear some sic beats, check out Sesh, dude is talented and drops tracks about SG that are dope

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Great for SG Forge, seize the opportunity

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; SG Forge, the crypto subsidiary of Societe Generale, has become the first company to obtain a full regulatory approval for crypto in France. However, with the introduction of Europe's MiCA license in 2025, the French license will become obsolete. The advantage of SG Forge's license is that it may provide a "fast-track" transition process from French laws to MiCA, allowing access to the entire EU market. Several companies are currently in the process of obtaining the French license, and experts expect more firms to follow suit. The French regulatory framework for crypto is similar to MiCA's, but there are some key differences. Companies regulated under the French license will be able to serve French clients until June 2026. SG Forge's approval may set the standards for other firms in the industry, but there are concerns that smaller firms without the backing of financial giants may struggle to meet the high regulatory requirements. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

Mentions:#SG#DYOR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

SG Forge may be playing the long game. Crypto advocates celebrated last week as French banking giant Societe Generale’s unit for digital assets became the first to gain full regulatory approval in France. With European laws soon to replace this licence, the move may indicate a long-term strategy.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Bad idea laundering money with crypto lol. Good job SG High Court.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

SG is a great place for crypto investors (and a great place in general, lived there a couple of years during the pandemic - of all times). There is no capital gains tax there on crypto, it's super modern, clean, safe, and you can fly to anywhere in the world in a reasonable amount of time. Hope to return one day.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

AND NOW MY STARTING LINE UP FOR YOURRR CRYPTOOo KINGSsSS 🎶 PG - Steph Curry (Ankr) SG - Michael Jordan (Ada Lovelace) SF - LeBron James (Moons) PF - Tim Duncan (Inj) C - Shaquille O’Neal (Big Daddy Bitcoin) 🏀 🚀

Mentions:#SG
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; Societe Generale's cryptocurrency division, SG-FORGE, has obtained a cryptocurrency regulatory license in France, making it the first institution to do so. The license allows SG-FORGE to operate as a regulated digital asset service provider (DASP) in the country. The subsidiary received regulatory approval from France's financial markets watchdog, Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF), on July 18. With the license, SG-FORGE can offer trading and custody of digital assets, as well as buying and selling of crypto for legal tender. This development is seen as an important step for the development of Euro CoinVertible (EURCV), a euro stablecoin launched by SG-FORGE in April. The license approval solidifies Societe Generale-FORGE's pioneering role in the crypto assets ecosystem. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; Societe Generale's digital asset subsidiary, SG Forge, has become the first crypto firm to receive a full regulatory license from the French financial markets regulator, the AMF. The license allows SG Forge to trade digital assets against other digital assets and receive and transmit third-party orders. This adds to its already-approved activities of custody and trading digital assets. The license is seen as a significant achievement as it is difficult to attain and requires meeting high standards of compliance and banking security. Societe Generale has shown a strong interest in crypto, introducing a euro stablecoin and borrowing $30 million from DeFi protocol MakerDAO. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

Mentions:#SG#AMF#DYOR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

“This step will allow us to continue supporting our institutional clients wishing to benefit from services on digital assets that meet the highest standards of compliance and banking security.” said Jean-Marc Stenger, SG Forge CEO, said in a statement.

Mentions:#SG#CEO
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; Société Générale's crypto division, SG Forge, has become the first entity in France to be licensed as a digital asset provider by the country's financial regulator. This approval marks the highest level of regulatory certification for crypto businesses in France. SG Forge has been approved to operate in four areas, including custody and trading. The French system of crypto regulation has two tiers, with basic registration required for offering services and a more stringent process for securing a full license. This development comes as France aims to align its regulations with upcoming EU rules. SG Forge's CEO stated that this license will allow them to continue supporting institutional clients with compliant and secure digital asset services. The approval also positions SG Forge for the implementation of the European Union's Markets in Crypto Assets (MiCA) regulation. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

Mentions:#SG#CEO#DYOR
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

This is the hardest thing to obtain, the license or agrement, and not a simple registration as was the case for Binance in France. The fact that a bank obtained it before the specialized companies shows how difficult it is to obtain this authorization (or license), the companies must have their own funds and insurance to cover customers. It is therefore easier for a bank to obtain this registration with their cash flow. And for the information, it was an SG subsidiary (Forge) that obtained this license.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; Societe Generale's cryptocurrency division, SG Forge, has become the first company to receive a license to offer crypto services in France. The license allows SG Forge to provide buying and selling, exchange, and custody of digital assets. While many crypto firms are registered with the country's financial regulator, SG Forge is the first to receive a license. The licensing process requires compliance with certain requirements in terms of organization, financial resources, and business conduct. This demonstrates a higher level of regulatory compliance compared to registration. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

Mentions:#SG#DYOR
r/BitcoinSee Comment

I'd love to hear your thoughts on the recent doubling in value of SG.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I'd love to hear your thoughts on the recent doubling in value of SG.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Given the consistent rise in price of SG lately, have you included it in your portfolio?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

US basically sanction Iran to the stone ages. And countries having trade agreements with US would usually have a clause forbidding any individuals or organizations to lend assistance to any Iranian individuals or organizations to procure any electronic product or services etc etc. I rmb reading up on this and it's in one of the UN resolutions and in my (SG) country's law as well. *sic So it's high school bully tactics with global consequences.

Mentions:#SG
r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

The validator SG-1. To my understanding, if you stake it for 1 year you end up with 19% (of your staked amount) free. So if you stake 64 ATOM you'd get about 12 free ATOM in a year of staking. I've been staking 67 ATOM for about three and a half weeks and have earned 1.01 ATOM so far.

Mentions:#SG#ATOM
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

As a normal average Singaporean: probably something shady. As a libertarian/bitcoiner: guy’s made it. As the dealer: if the guy paid taxes/can prove his money, I’ll definitely take it. It’s the same in SG as anywhere else: if you can prove that your money is legally obtained (crypto or otherwise), businesses will deal with you. If you’re unable to prove the legitimacy of funds, banks (and other institutions) can choose to refuse service. The good news is that most institutions and banks have dealt with crypto bros before and companies like Gemini, CDC and Coinbase actually work with local banks for fiat on-ramp. Just a side note: Singapore is the place where it’s obvious institutions will get into crypto if clear regulations and guidelines are in place. The previously mentioned banks are working with major banks in the country directly and I’ve personally asked banks about opening accounts for crypto trading and they said it’s fine. Institutions WILL enter if regulators can be clear about their direction. America is kneecapping itself and Asia and the Middle East is shining bright as the world’s crypto hubs.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Bruh I’m in SG and it is. Capital gains is 0 tax and crypto is under that category. Day trading is in a grey area of tax and even then it’s self declared.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Regulation has been established since 2017 I think, and they have 0 tax on crypto too. SG for the win.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

SEC: bad ripple SG: Welcome

Mentions:#SEC#SG
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Most agreed. A million SGD is still plenty to go by. It all depends on how you stretch the dollar. Granted, some may disagree with us as this varies depending on countries,but it's true for you in UK and me in SG.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

![gif](giphy|DgLsbUL7SG3kI)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

KEPLR wallet and choose the best delegator I use SG-1

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

What you are highlighting is a benefit of cryptocurrencies. SG can create a currency with clear, public rules. This increases trust with the people who will choose to use SG's currency. Here's the thing: the people who will use SG's currency, see these features (especially recall) as a feature, not a bug. Institutions want (and in many cases legally require) a way to unwind transactions that are done in cases of fraud or error. These banks CANNOT work on top of bitcoin or ethereum natively. Hence, these kinds of competing L2 cryptocurrencies. Y'all can get riled up, but the people most likely to use this currency require these features and if SG's currency gets traction, it will be because of these features and a good sign for cryptocurrencies writ large.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

> talking about how there's too many humans on earth isn't it true, though? he's not proposing genocide, just discussing ways to make human civilizations sustainable. being indian, he's acutely aware of the problem. that said, i agree that mixing with religious figures might not be a good strategy, whether it is SG or the Pope.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This is a coin intended only for institutional clients of SG. Being able to recall or burn an account balance isn’t odd. It’s in line with how normal accounts work. It’s not intended for retail clients. It’s not intended for you and me. It’s not a « normal » crypto, it’s not a « normal » stablecoin. It’s not a CBDC, it doesn’t pretend to be a CBDC, no central bank is looking at this for inspiration.

Mentions:#SG
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; Several crypto developers have found flaws in the smart contract code of Societe Generale’s (SG) euro stablecoin, EURCV. On April 20, SG said the EURCV would be limited to investors onboarded by Societe Generale group through its existing compliance procedures. Developers highlight flaws Software engineer Cygaar discovered that the bank could take and burn all […] The post Crypto developers expose ‘absolutely horrible’ flaws in Societe Generale euro stablecoin appeared first on CryptoSlate. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

Mentions:#SG#DYOR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>The EUR CoinVertible stablecoin complies with major market standards, including the open-source interoperability and securitization framework known as Compliant Architecture for Security Token, or CAST, SG-Forge noted. The firm stressed that it will ensure “complete segregation” of the collateral assets backing the value of the stablecoins from the issuer and will provide daily transparency reports and collateral position Sounds like it's backed by something.

Mentions:#CAST#SG
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

![gif](giphy|DgLsbUL7SG3kI)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Can only imagine the shit show, soent sime time in SG myself so i can picture the chaos

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; Singapore-based DBS digital banking services, including PayLah! and digibank Mobile and Online, were disrupted for hours on Wednesday (Mar 29) due to a high volume of log-in. This comes days after users faced delays in receiving their cashback in a SG$3 meal subsidy initiative. "Disruptions to online banking systems are not just minor inconveniences. They affect countless customers and businesses," said Cherie Tseng, COO of Secur Solutions Group. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

Mentions:#SG#DYOR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

> in order to begin censoring transactions on the blockchain, a third party just needs to buy or lawfully acquire these specific validators, and they will be able to censor the chain with, to my knowledge, no meaningful recourse by the chain itself. How would this even happen? There's not enough value in Atom to make it worth the near billion it would cost to buy these Vals stake. And they would have to massively overpay for those Vals to sell in reality. Something funny, was looking at the Val set on Mintscan and before my eyes someone re-delegated 5M Atom from Stakefish to SG-1 pushing SG into #1 and stakefish from 1st to 6th.

Mentions:#SG
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I took a look at CDC's shape/locations using LinkedIn premium a while back (6 or more months ago) - not long after whenever their first round of layoffs was. Suffice to say in brief that Singapore looked to me like it had been nominated as 'HQ' primarily for marketing credibility purposes. It wasn't a large centre staffing wise - which is sensible from a multi-national perspective as it's a high cost jurisdiction. Though there would have been some SG based layoffs, it's unlikely that the 3k as referenced would have all been there.

Mentions:#SG
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Huh Kerviel did not lose anything. He was overinvested by A LOT and when they "found out" (or "got scared" as it's hard to believe DG did not know he was playing with absurd amounts of money), they asked him to take a break for few weeks and asked someone in a cave to liquidate all the postions he was given (kerviel's positions). Of course when you liquidate positions worth tens of billions in a very short period you end up losing some money... (SG was losing like 10% a day and nobody had a clue what was going on)

Mentions:#DG#SG
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Since there’s no juice to a banana, you cook them down into a liquor, then ferment that. About 4-5 pounds per gallon. I add one grape juice concentrate for color. Get it to the SG you desire and follow the wine making process.

Mentions:#SG
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Small city states can be really nimble and they have a bigger incentive to be attract international money. HK has been losing out a lot of business to SG, so that might be an attempt to claw some ground back. I don’t know if they can though, they’ve been trying to grow tech for decades and it hasn’t really worked out at the scale it should have, while SG has done really well with Fintech.

Mentions:#HK#SG
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I bought a hardware wallet and hid the seed phrase at the bottom of the kola superdeep borehole SG-3

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

ATOMs APY has been treating me well this year using SG-1

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I get 20% of my overall ATOM in the year from KEPLR wallet. Using SG-1 as my validator

Mentions:#ATOM#SG
r/BitcoinSee Comment

SilverGate was highly integrated with supporting crypto based companies and to my knowledge wasn’t fdic insured. SVB mostly avoided crypto startups and is fdic insured which is why SVB depositors are getting their money and SG’s are not.

Mentions:#SG
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

In short, silver gate, the first one which failed, had the feature of allowing to cexes and market makers ro move huge quantities of money instantly 24/7. Now SG is closed, other one failed too, usdc depeged in a weekend... And who knows what can happen this Monday. This is going to be an interesting weeked

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This is wrong on so many levels. Firstly, it's true that SVB and Silvergate have failed. But unlike FTX, Silvergate is a controlled wind-down. While SVB was sudden, anyone with $250K or less on deposit will get it back by Monday! Those over 250K will line up for a bit longer, and may or may not get it all back... but if you play with the big boys, you have to jump the big fences. Regulation isn't there for the big boys, it's there for the little folk. In contrast, over at FTX, anyone with anything on deposit is still waiting, and will have to have to wait for much longer while everybody bickers over who gets how much of what piece. Meanwhile, all that bickering is eating away at the pieces. And it's the big boys who will can afford the lawyers that will walk away with the biggest pieces. The little folk are going to have to wait and see what they get. As long as the lawyers get paid to bicker, they are going to bicker as long and as hard as they can. Second, unlike FTX, the depositors at SVB/SG aren't the victim of fraud, they are the victim of circumstance. Circumstance is what happens when you have a few billion dollars in low yield bonds while world around you is writing up higher yield bonds. Guess what happens then? Your depositors want their money so they can exit your low performing bonds and buy higher performing bonds. That's not fraud. That's the cut and thrust of usual banking business. In that circumstance, it sucks to be you. But it's circumstance that goes with the territory. Unlike the frat party of mismanagement and hi-jinx that went on over at FTX. When someone takes your money, pisses some away in a gambling spree and turns some into luxury properties for their friends and family, and so on... after telling you they won't do any of that... well, that's not circumstance. It's fraud. Third, control is exactly how regulation works. It doesn't stop bankers from making bad loans or ending up in undesirable circumstances. It doesn't stop fraud either. Bankers the world over will make bad loans. And some will perpetrate fraud. But by dint of regulation (a) the fallout is contained, and (b) most of the little folk get all of their money back, and (c) those who do dirty get dirty done to them. Finally, while you correctly identified several recent business failures, all of them touching crypto in some way, and even pointed to the common thread of "insolvency" you completely failed to see how regulation is doing what it's supposed to do, and how lack of regulation is screwing folks over. TL;DR - you're clueless.

Mentions:#FTX#SG
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>Founded in 1988, Silvergate ventured into crypto in 2013. The bank in December said it would shut its mortgage warehouse business amid rising interest rates and declining mortgage volumes. The article also has a timeline of SG's crypto involvement. A very short, but interesting read.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

SG and KL has limited lightning acceptance. Despite friendly regulations, lightning is not widespread at all. However, any lightning app should work, like what the other comments have stated.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

No one seems to mention or notice that the largest share holder of SG is the scammer BlockOne and Brenden Blumer, the company behind EOS

Mentions:#SG#EOS
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It’s over for SG, isn’t it?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Does anyone think SG will make it out?

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

SG doesn't hold Microstrategy's Bitcoin collateral. It is held by a third party.. SG going under will not affect Microstrategy in any way other than who Microstrategy makes their loan payments to.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

If SG goes under then all the investors will get bailed in. This may include any collateral on SG’s books. This was recently a hot topic with regard to coinbase. Bitcoin assets at Coinbase are not considered a bailment and would therefore become part of Coinbase’s balance sheet in the event of a bankruptcy. any account holders would get bailed in.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

SG-1 is my only validator

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Pretty much. SG1 is only acceptable validator in that group if you care about Cosmos. Stakefish is ok but you're adding to the centralization of the chain and one of their votes passed a prop no one wanted passed recently. Binance is cex so you miss airdrops. Dokia has 15% commision. Zk has 10% commsion. They aren't smart money they were just early. Can't remember the last time anyone in top 100 got slashed much less jailed.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Singaporean here! DBS only makes their crypto exchange available to institutional clients. They're one of the few players in the country with a full license to provide exchange services. Still, it does say something that institutional clients are growing their holdings of crypto as an alternative asset class. You're also right that SG is ridiculously protective (to the extent of paternalistic) when it comes to retail. Finance ministers have gone on record multiple times decrying crypto as a dangerous asset class where the average retail investor could lose their pants. DBS actually had plans to open their crypto exchange to retail investors but that never made it past the regulators.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

In Singapore terms - and in context of a highly regulated financial hub - I think this is reasonably significant mainstreaming of crypto eg as an investment option. SG is relatively protective(/restrictive) of retail investors - and there isn't related detail in the story, so I wonder if the participants are from eg their high net worth clientele. Personally: an exchange is an exchange / irrespective of who runs it. The fact that this one is run by one of the big banks out of SG just lends credibility to the market category imo.

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