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Talk your parents into investing in BTC. If that’s too far, see if they will invest in MSTR or SQ. Or ask them to open a Fidelity Youth Account (you get $50 free, too) and you can sign up for Fidelity Crypto (coming soon). You are not too far behind…we have miles and miles to go.
The 718 Spyder is a nice ride, would be a load of fun 😎 My financial goals are mainly oriented around being secure and comfortable. We just built a nice new house, but it's not huge. It's only 1700 SQ ft, 3 bed, 2.5 bath, but it's really nice and it is exactly what we need. Bigger would be cool, but for what? I'll take a small-ish new house, more disposable income (largely to invest), and a full savings account over a big house that we'll never use. Maybe if I had 5 kids, but we only have one and that's plenty. We'll live comfortably, spend time with family, save up, travel, have hobbies, retire early. Those are the kinds of things that bring happiness, not huge houses. We do have more than enough to make over the minimum payments, but we're investing that in more conventional ways. At this point I want to keep the experiment totally separate from the normal things, and only cross streams, so to speak, if necessary.
We have the Bolt Card, which is a contactless [bitcoin lightning card](https://www.coincorner.com/TheBoltCard) that can be set up as a gift card. You can put some sats on there from your CoinCorner account if you have one, or can be set up from somewhere like LNbits as explained from 12:25 onwards in [this video](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNX2xwvh8SQ) from BTCSessions. The recipient can then sweep the sats into their wallet using NFC or use to tap-and-pay at accepting merchants. The card can be re-used as many as you want. Adam
oh my dude, $SQ (Block formerly Square) is already working on it! Im actually trying to get a job at Block bc they seem to have their heads in the right place. They know its an issue and they're building a combo hardware cold wallet and associated hot-wallet. I think the current cashapp btc wallet is really good actually. Automatically can send/receive via main blockchain or lightning network no problem. https://wallet.build/product-principles/
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If Strike had their card ready I would've gotten it. But alas, Square beat them to the punch. I will go wherever I get the best products. Money printers will be back on by Feb next year I think. For now, I'm stackin as many sats as possible while it hovers at 20k. Buying a little WULF on the side. When the printers come back on, stocks may have bottomed and I might start scooping up a bit of SQ myself.
Whilst non-custodial solutions are something that many in the Bitcoin space want there are also those that are happy using custodial as well and as mentioned, someone needs to put in the work to design those products first. At CoinCorner we designed the Bolt Card, a [contactless lighting card](https://www.coincorner.com/BuyTheBoltCard) but did it open source and interoperable with industry standards like lnurl so people can adapt for their own non-custodial solutions (many already have - see [BTCSessions YouTube tutorial](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNX2xwvh8SQ) for a guide on how to do so). We have also recently introduced [recurring lightning payments](https://support.coincorner.com/hc/en-us/articles/5785088860956-Recurring-Lightning-payments) and will continue to work on solutions like this to help drive the adoption of the lightning network as an everyday payments solution. Adam @ CoinCorner
I rode an ebike. And live in a 350 SQ ft studio without ac. And WFH. If Bitcoin only uses renewable electricity which is extra capacity I'm all for it. Or even excess nuclear. But it's not. Global warming is more important than PoW imo. Way more important
You can't base your investments on month to month or even year to year swings in price bud. Everything can look better or worse in hindsight. I view this swing down as an opportunity, as would any investor in a stock equity that suddenly has a 50% discount on their company when NOTHING ELSE changes about it otherwise. Im buying up bitcoin, META, SQ, AMD etc.
The Bolt Card can be used without a CoinCorner account. There are some details on how in [this article](https://support.coincorner.com/hc/en-us/articles/5600580995346-The-Bolt-Card). BTC Sessions also did a recent [tutorial video](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNX2xwvh8SQ) that covers this from 12:25 onwards. You can use it anywhere Bitcoin is accepted over r/thelightningnetwork, using NFC enabled point of sale.
Hi, Adam at CoinCorner here. The Bolt Card is a world-first contactless [bitcoin lightning card](https://www.coincorner.com/TheBoltCard). It works as a debit card when linked to a CoinCorner account and can also be used non-custodially or set up as a gift card. [BTCSessions recent tutorial](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNX2xwvh8SQ) gives a good overview. Commenter above is correct in that it requires merchant adoption in order for it to be accepted but that is an organic thing that will only grow over time. Adoption will drive acceptance and vice versa. We've been using it over here on the Isle of Man for a while now, where we have several merchants, and it works well. We have a [merchant map](https://www.coincorner.com/WhereToSpend) that is being added to all the time. We recently added our first chains, including Costa and Hotel Chocolat, in Gibraltar. There are also various online merchants. All it takes is someone running CoinCorner Checkout, BTCPay Server or VoltPay on any android device to accept. We're also working on integration with existing POS systems. So if you know any retailers that might be interested we can also help with that.
The Bolt Card works as a debit card when linked to CoinCorner account (which requires KYC) but it can also be used non-custodially. You can find more info in this in BTCSessions [video tutorial](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNX2xwvh8SQ) from 12:25 onwards. You can find more information about the Bolt Card, which is a world’s first [contactless lightning card](https://www.coincorner.com/TheBoltCard) and is available to buy on our website - we have lots of different bitcoin-themed designs available! Adam
Hi, Adam at CoinCorner here, the team behind the Bolt Card that's being used in the video. The card is linked to a CoinCorner account when used as a debit card. If you lose the card you can instantly disable it within our app. You also get a notification on your phone for any spends, so if you hadn't noticed it was gone you would know as soon as a spend was done. The card is also set with a single use limit and daily use limit, which the user can select themselves, so you're never at risk for any more than what that is set at (we recommend quite small). I know the rules vary in different locations but in the UK at least credit card chargebacks have a minimum of £100, so the small transactions that this card (and the LN in general) is intended for wouldn't be covered anyway. It can also be set up as a 'gift card' not linked to any wallet. The Bolt Card is the world’s first contactless [contactless lightning card](https://www.coincorner.com/BuyTheBoltCard) and is available to buy on our website - we have lots of different bitcoin-themed designs available! BTCSessions has done a good tutorial vid you can watch on it [here](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNX2xwvh8SQ).
Hi Adil, Adam at CoinCorner here, the team behind the Bolt Card that's being used in the video. The card is linked to a CoinCorner account when used as a debit card. If you lose the card you can instantly disable it within our app. You also get a notification on your phone for any spends. The card is also set with a single use limit and daily use limit, which the user can select themselves, so you're never at risk for any more than what that is set at (we recommend quite small). It can also be set up as a 'gift card' not linked to any wallet. The Bolt Card is the world’s first contactless [bitcoin lightning card](https://www.coincorner.com/BuyTheBoltCard) and is available to buy on our website - we have lots of different bitcoin-themed designs available! BTCSessions has done a good [tutorial vid](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNX2xwvh8SQ) you can watch on it.
The square footage and features of the average US home have also changed dramatically. In 1950, the average SQ footage was around 800 SQ feet compared to 2700 SQ feet today. The average home today has 3 bathrooms, compared to 1 in 1950. The average home has a garage today, which were only seen on wealthy homes in 1950. Our standards of average have risen considerably. Regardless, the government policy of taxation through inflation is by far the most significant culprit in income inequality and the need to work more and retain less.
Bullshit, I can tell you at least 50 off the top of my head. I'll list just a few - VRM, PDD, ZM, DOCU, PYPL, SNAP, SQ, LCID, NKLA, INPX, GAN, LAZR, CLOV, GRWG, ZEPP, RIDE, SOLO, COIN, PSFE, ASTR, IREN, Every Cannabis stock etc etc all fell more from their highs than Bitcoin has. ​ There are wayyyyy more than that honestly. The stock market has without a single doubt been more brutal than Bitcoin. Especially with how easy it is to trade additional derivatives on these assets.
Several possible reasons: - Lots of people are still up significantly, ie. lots of room still for profit taking. - Bearish investors wishing to short it. - The trend looks nasty. Doesn’t really look like it will be able to sustain much more selling pressure. - The speculative nature of this asset class makes for very volatile trading. If it were able to surge from 4 digits to nearly 6 digits in a year, it sure as hell can come back down just as quick, if not quicker. - The utility value of the coins pales in comparison to, say, utility stocks. If people are having trouble paying their bills, they’ll most likely elect to keep the lights on rather than their crypto wallet full. - The Ukrainian invasion doesn’t look to be subsiding and the Russian economy, sadly seems to be enjoying booming oil prices. I’m no expert here, so take with a grain of salt. Someone please correct me if I’m wrong. - Whether you believe in “Sell in May, go away” or not, others may, and those investors may be content with sitting on the sidelines rather than swim in shark infested waters. - Inflation could obviously put negative selling pressure on pretty much anything, but again, the need to eat or pay rent may trump “hodling.” - Investors may choose to take a loss for a variety of reasons, possibly believing crypto currencies have lost their lustre. - And finally, like boots, or hearts, when they start to fall apart, they REALLY fall apart. cryptocurrencies could unravel, or at least that fear is there. We’ve seen these kind of downfalls a lot lately. Take the stairs up, and the elevator down. Some cryptocurrencies have hardly fallen compared to some stocks seeing 80% losses in value. Just a few that ring a bell: SHOP, DOCU, COIN, SQ, DKNG, SNAP, even NFLX got hammered lately. Basically, what I’m suggesting is that it’s entirely possible for BTC to lose 90% of its value and people still could be asking the same question. You could buy in at $20k, only for it to drop 90% from all time high to $6900, and you would be down 65.5%. That would be a tough pill to swallow. Anyway, just some thoughts. Some of those points, the opposite could be true. I just hope most people that can stomach it, will, and the people that are over leveraged, well, that’s a very tough place to be, so my heart goes out to anyone struggling with that.
Everybody here thinking Buttcoin dwellers just like to watch the world burn. In reality most are just sick of obnoxious crypto bros constantly trying to scam us in all corners of life and the internet, happy that this will finally quiet them down for a while. Many of us are also heavily invested in shorts and puts on crypto exposed securities. There is a lot of money to be made from the scammers as the scam collapses. While you’re sitting here waiting for Boobfart420ElonMoondick coin to take off, meanwhile puts on COIN, MSTR, SQ, MARA, RIOT have been printing….
From what I understand, some exchanges are known but hardly all (“for the most part.”) I doubt even a majority of the total coins on all exchanges reside in “well known and identified wallets” but I would love to be proved wrong and would welcome evidence to that effect. And furthermore, are you not assuming that all of these same exchanges *only* have well known and identified wallets for all of their holdings? I feel like that is a big assumption. Also, there are other groups like miners, central banks, corporations like TSLA, MSTR, SQ etc that are all holding large amounts of coin. And my central point is you cannot know since Bitcoin is pseudonymous so everything we “know” is based on what little some entity chose to divulge or what can be deduced.
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Just realized whoever group or individual is currently holding the majority of Bitcoins controls the US Stock Market price of at least 20+ Bitcoin Mining Stocks, Exchanges & Bitcoin ETFs… $MSTR, $COIN, $MARA, $BITO, $RIOT, $SQ, $BTF… especially at such a critical level of support, the future market is in their hands.
time for sleep, time for slumber portfolio showing higher number will i wake rich how i wonder no more ramen no more hunger horny dreams of gary gensler, sexy pumps like last november overpaying such a blunder like RK said it’s just a number ![gif](giphy|3o7TKsqnTzPUaxj0SQ)
Not going to shill my bag but I would focus on level 2 projects that you think will make it through. Im also considering buying some SQ stock because I think their integration of lighting on their layer 3 platform CashApp is a move that could give th a competitive advantage over their competitors
Bitcoin will never go past $30,000 again, sadly. Those days are over. We'll trade between 35 - 65 for awhile and then I'll be saying in a year or two that bitcoin will never go past $60,000 again, sadly... and repeat until my $600k house is worth $3 million and basically everyone who didn't figure out how to buy real estate or bitcoin will be poor. It's sad, but this is what will happen in 10 years. There is nothing that will stop this from happening. Stocks will keep up but they pay dividends, in USD, so they don't be as soon as real estate and bitcoin (unless the stock owns either or both). Imagine when TSLA and SQ pay dividends in a few years... in bitcoin... Once people realize that their family is f\*cked due to inflation, bitcoin will start to rise and be out of control, because they didn't buy a house, bitcoin will be the only sound investment they can afford...
The problem/error with your theory lies in that you have one entity, Zach, who makes all the coins and distributes them. There is no 1 entity with Bitcoin. The magic of the idea is that virtually anyone at the beginning, could make their OWN Zach coin. Now that coins are prohibitively expensive to mine for the average Joe, the circulating supply of old coins becomes inherently more expensive. People still want a coin, but they can only afford a percentage of what it is currently worth. Higher demand=higher price. Here's an analogy: Think about land. Years ago, the government literally gave land to people, with the understanding that they would farm it. So, a few people had LOTS of land, but the supply was large enough that the price was cheap, and anyone who wanted land, could reasonably get it. As more people wanted land, the size of the parcels of land available became smaller, and more expensive. Currently, land in New York City sells for $1, 778 PER SQ FOOT!!!! That's BitCoin. Go to rural Nebraska, land sells by the acres, not sq foot. That's Shib. :)