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Throwback to our First STX:LDN Event Video/ Recap! Check it out!

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Kraken accidentally lists 4 new tokens on their API before official release

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The connection between overdiversification and losing crypto

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I used an algorithm to find coins that can 20x. Here are the results.

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Stacks (STX) Breaks Out From Descending Wedge

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There's a new "soft staking" platform on the XRPL called Staykx that allows you to earn passive income without funds ever leaving your wallet. APY is 1100% as I'm posting this.

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Stacks (STX) Showing as Non-supported Asset

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Sector

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Crypto beginners - thoughts/tips?

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Stacks STX Crypto | Altcoin Review In-Depth Fundamental & Price Analysis

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Ideas on STX

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I wonder what you think about STX

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Smart contracts, NFTs and DeFi on the Bitcoin network

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I mean, this is the perfect test of your crypto investment strategy.

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Muneeb Ali Interview - Stacks STX Smart Contracts on Bitcoin - CityCoins - BTC Maximalism vs Web 3

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Happy new year fellow crypto enthusiasts.

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Bitcoin NTFs

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Stacks (STX) increase after the announcement of the network upgrade

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Stacks (STX)

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State of the Crypto - Nov 30, 2021

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13 New Coins for Trading Added to Bitpanda

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Why is there not more talk about the CityCoin project?

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Is it time to worry? Crypto Market Update and Investing Report 11.17

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Need help with Hiro Wallet - Stacks are stuck!

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My honest review of the MiamiCoin 280% APY

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Crypto Market Update and Investing Report 11.15 (DOT Crowdloan guide, Maiar Exchange, STX, NOOBIE Lesson and much more)

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Crypto Market Update and Investing Report 11.15 (DOT Crowdloan guide, Maiar Exchange, STX, NOOBIE Lesson and much more)

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Crypto Market Update and Investing Report 11.15 (DOT Crowdloan guide, Maiar Exchange, STX, NOOBIE Lesson and much more)

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StacksArt Giant Pandas !! Well I’m LATE to the party again , but managed to mint a few of these this morning. 60% of profit goes to saving the Pandas. They are also super fun NFTs. I believe simply because BTC announced its first NFTs on STX these will blow up. Strongly suggest taking a look

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How to Profit Off the Next Crash

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In response to all the 'concerned' people asking these questions lately

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Miami is going to hand out free bitcoin (BTC) to all its residents!

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LCX: A nest generation CEX and why you should own it

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LCX: A brief introduction to this next Gen CEX and why you should own it

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New York launches its own crypto tomorrow with NYCCoin, mining starts today

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Thoughts on NYCCoin?

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Daily Crypto Update and Trader Digest 11.8 (News, insight, trade set-ups and more!)

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What are your thoughts on Stacks (STX)?

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Crypto Market update and digest (market analysis, events, news, trade set ups)

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Daily Crypto Market Update by Gabi

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NY mayor backs NYC coin build on Stacks $STX . Other cities to follow suit? Austin, SF and Atlanta were in the pipeline, last I check. Either way looks like good news for Stacks.

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Weekly spotlight : OCT 25 - OCT 31

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If you are using 2 Factor Authentication, don't make the same stupid mistake I did! Important if you plan to switch/upgrade your phone

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List of Today's and Tomorrow's Upcoming Events

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As Bitcoin ETF approval rumors spread throughout the industry, Bitcoin-related altcoins soared

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As Bitcoin ETF approval rumors spread throughout the industry, Bitcoin-related altcoins soared

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People talk shit on shit coins but are not very specific.

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Solve hard problems. Build extraordinary experiences. Pave the way for innovation. Join us on our mission to make cryptocurrencies accessible to the world.

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Should I wait til Alt Season to sell? Peep my Portfolio

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Only 3 Days left until new cycle hits! How to Buy MIA Coin 🌴 for 430% APY💰:

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Get to know Stacks in 3 Minutes

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MIA Coin | 430% APY Rewards

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KnitFinance partners with STACK to integrate stacks $STX into its EVM compatible multichain platform.

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List of Today's and Tomorrow's Upcoming Events

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List of Today's and Tomorrow's Upcoming Events

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OKCoin’s Earn offers APY of 430% in MiamiCoin. Can anyone confirm? Pros/cons?

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Whitepaper and Growth Potential Analysis: Ten coins that can realistically go up 500% in price in the near future.

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$STX Price Breakout Out

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STX Positioned for Unprecedented Breakout

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VIDEO : Enable Smart Contracts On Bitcoin | Stack Overview & Stacking Demo | Please watch and share your feedback.

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Stacks (STX) Cryptocurrency Is 76% Up In The Last 30 Days

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Algorand to lose one of its biggest Use Cases by December 2021

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What happened to Blockchain.com wallet's airdrops?

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What happened to Blockchain.com wallet's airdrops?

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Welcome To 🚀 SomaTox🚀 Just Fair Launched on PancakeSwap

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Smart contracts on BTC via STX.

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Stacks (STX) price rallies 195% after revealing plans to bring DeFi to Bitcoin

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List of Today's and Tomorrow's Upcoming Events

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I have lost so many Karma points trying to tell people in this group about the Stacks network. I hope one day when you realise the error of your ways, you will return them to me and send me more as your disgust turns to gratitude, devouring the STX rewards you instantly convert back to Bitcoin

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I have lost so many Karma points trying to tell everyone in this group about the Stacks network. I hope one day, when you realise the error of your ways, you will return them to me and then send me some more when your disgust turns to gratitude as you devour your STX rewards converting to Bitcoin

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SatoshiX Token [Low Market Cap] Just Launched (Earn $BTCB just by Holding $STX)

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List of Today's and Tomorrow's Upcoming Events

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These Are the Most Popular Altcoins Among Crypto VC Firms and Hedge Funds

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Stacks Price Prediction 2021 - Will STX Hit $3 Soon?

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Stacks Price Prediction 2021 - Will STX Hit $3 Soon?

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Account Locked Again - Anyone Else Having Issues with OKCOIN's Exchange?

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Account Locked Again - Anyone Else Having Issues with OKCOIN Exchange?

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Cara Delevingne's "Mine" has just sold for 18000 STX. This is the first sale for This Is Number One and another first for the Stacks network and for Bitcoin!

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Cara Delevingne's "Mine" has just sold for 18000 STX. This is the first sale for This Is Number One and another first for the Stacks network and for Bitcoin!

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List of Today's and Tomorrow's Upcoming Events

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Introducing tokenomics into cities

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Neptune Wallet | Fair launch soon. Finalizing stuff. 🔒LP will be locked. Fair launch. Join and let's grow together

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NeptuneWallet - Fair launch in 2 hours. 50% will be burned at launch. 🔒LP will be locked. Fair launch. Big potential growth

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List of Today's and Tomorrow's Upcoming Events

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South Koreans Can Pay With Bitcoin and STX in Businesses that accept Paycoin (app), such as Domino’s Pizza, KFC and 7-Eleven

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Algorand: Xfinite and Eros have expanded their partnership for a blockchain-based content engagement program.

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DeFi Utility Projects Offering Recurring Revenue?

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DeFi Projects with Recurring Revenue Rewards

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NeptuneWallet (NEW) Launched and mooning. 50% burned at launch. 🔒LP locked. Fair launch. Potential 100x growth

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NeptuneWallet (NEW) Launched and mooning. 50% burned at launch. 🔒LP locked. Fair launch. Potential 100x growth

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NeptuneWallet (NEW) Launched and mooning. 50% burned at launch. 🔒LP locked. Fair launch. Potential 100x growth

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List of Today's and Tomorrow's Upcoming Events

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NeptuneWallet (NEW). Launched and mooning. 50% burned at launch. 🔒LP locked. Fair launched. Potential 100x growth

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NeptuneWallet (NEW). Launching now. 50% burned at launch. 🔒LP locked. Fair launch. Potential 100x growth

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NeptuneWallet (NEW). Launching now. 50% burned at launch. 🔒LP locked. Fair launch. Potential 100x growth

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Benzinga: Stacks (STX) Crypto Strikes Major Gains, As Bitcoin Recovers Above $35K, Ethereum Above $2K

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STX... it seems to me like smart contracts for the btc network could be a game changer. Who knows. Regardless I like to think it could do big things plus get paid in btc when I stack(stake) is always nice.

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**Disclosure**: I am a BTC bull and I desire more BTC but want to increase without risking (too much) my current position. **Strategy**: 1. I supply some wBTC on AAVE, loan USDC at 2.25 health, then buy MATIC and WETH. 2. I set up liquidity pools on Uniswap for USDC/WETH-0.05% and USDC/MATIC-0.05% **Results**: Currently collecting fees at 50% APR over the past week. I am in a -1.5% loss position on USDC/MATIC and even on USDC/WETH. Long term I know the assets will recover and I will gain USDC on the equity in my LPs. But this could be well out into next year. **Fee outputs**: I collect the fees and convert to BTC or *BTC-yielding* STX on Coinbase and withdraw to wallet BTC or STX wallet for stacking. **Risks**: I get washed out and liquidated on a big drop in BTC/USD value or BitGo (wBTC issuer) gets fucked and my wBTC is worthless and it gets liquidated (and I’m happy to have the MATIC/ETH/USDC). Or Polygon or Ethereum networks evaporate and I’m really washed. I am very happy with this strategy, but what would you do differently fellow r/CC traders?

This FTX sad news cycle is setting the stage for **a massive bull run** (just as mtGox did back in the day). Snacking up as much ***cheap*** **BTC** & **STX** and even *more centralized assets* like *ETH* and its L2 *MATIC* as I can before this bull kicks off.

Stacks (STX), earn *stacking* rewards in BTC.

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Just supporting decentralization and good, innovative products. Actually planning to use the generated sats to feed my STX mining node. I really admire their PoX protocol. Really clever stuff. Early days for Stacks but my favorite BTC layer 2.

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GRT, DASH, STX, SPELL TOKEN. Those would be my picks. In that order.

I’m growing in interest in STX (r/Stacks). The Proof of Transfer (PoX) system is very interesting and pays interest in native Bitcoin! Unfortunately only the bitcoin name service project on STX is any good, and their DeFi and DEX projects are underwhelming. The protocol is nice—their smart contracts are interpreted instead of compiled, looking forward to how they grow in 2023.

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Not sure if a smart contract project will ever win on a bitcoin blockchain specific project. I think a decentralized multi chain allowing wrapped Bitcoin to get into low fee transaction chain is the key. I keep wrapped BTC on polygon chain and then borrow against it on AAVE to short/long other assets. Still experimenting with it, but I prefer to be holding bitcoin and playing with the others alts , and as long as I don’t play too risky, I keep growing my bitcoin total. Stacks has an interesting PoX mechanism that is synced to the BTC blockchain. Miners actually spend bitcoins to earn STX. Currently, it’s an arbitrage activity against the STX/BTC trading ratio. Smart contracts on STX are also interpretable rather than machine coded like ETH. Interesting mechanism but very little volume so hard to see how it will perform with any scale.

I’m with you. Lots of unknown with Eth. Definitely a great platform as many good DEX / DEFI projects succeeding there. Though, I use Polygon for DeFi because my stash / gas ratio is better there. Higher TVL on Uniswap on polygon; so other people like cheap fast transactions too. I’m still waiting for the first good and popular implementation of smart contracts in the Bitcoin blockchain; I invested in Mastercoin (now ominchain). 😭 I thinks some ERC-20 solution which can link to BTC through multichain contracts will win instead of a direct on chain solution like stacks (STX).

You should have came by before the STX meltdown. Was even more calm, and there actually a recent uptick in volume

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>Bitcoin is an open monetary network. It doesn’t care who you are, what entity you are, what transaction you are, or what you build on top of it. That's right, and STX is none of those things. Taro will make it entirely redundant. >Godspeed on your bitcoin journey. You’ll learn quite a bit very soon :) I'm always learning about threats to Bitcoin.

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Aww, I'm sure you'll be okay in time. Hang in there buckaroo. In the meantime, take your STX shitcoin presentation over to /r/cryptocurrency where it belongs.

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You're not early, you're lost. STX is in no way, shape, or form a layer of Bitcoin. Shill somewhere else.

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Thanks dude, I shall be buying lots of ETH. I won’t even look at anything beginning with S. Maybe STX, Secret or even SHIBA Inu. But definitely a massive no to Solana!

Great gems adding up those good low caps like SYLO, MTV, and STX that's got good potential for multiple x in the next bull run.

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MATIC, BTC, ETH, ADA, ALGO. Not sure why STX doesn't get more love but whatever

Stacks (STX)

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Blockstack STX

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Basically everything except BTC. I still hold some shit coins for speculation, but considering the global economic situation its hard enough seeing BTC flourish. Right now I'm buying like 90% BTC 10% alts a month. BTC, ADA, STX, DOT

STX is a sleeping giant. I see big things for them over the next year...

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Staking: SOL, ATOM, STX Stellar Cannacoin: amazing sub with great giveaways for engagement, earn with games, and an amazing community Moons: no explanation needed

Mentions:#SOL#ATOM#STX

I bought into a coin called Qtum. Sounded awesome in mixed aspects of bitcoin and ethereum. There's just hardly any development on the chain at all so I sold and dumped it all into my dark horse STX.

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STX is a sleeper.

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There are several bitcoin L2s. Check Stacks chain $STX

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I just started staking STX on OKCOIN. 10% APR paid in BTC.

Mentions:#STX#BTC

From what I know the Blockstack IPO coin sales (but not the actual token) is SEC approved under SEC's A+ exemption. But I don't think it extends to the trading of STX by US investors on US exchanges.

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Did the SEC ever give a formal opinion on STX? This is the only crypto I know that formally jumped through every one of their god-damned hoops. I would have never visited KuCoin if not for the bullshit they had to go through to get listed at any US exchanges (it was a registered security, until they "decentralized" the protocol and then, they claimed, it wasn't any longer.) I have lots of documentation from Hiro/Blockstack about what information they submitted to the SEC and in what order, culminating with the exit report that should have signified the end of the SEC's interest. I don't really know if the SEC ever read any of that.

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My good purchases over the last 4 months: RVN, ERGO, ATOM, LTC My bad purchases over the last 4 months: SCRT, AR, STX

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Yup I hodl BTC and stake STX on OKCoin for BTC

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STX

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98%, the rest is in /r/stacks. Recommend you grab some STX if you believe in bitcoin.

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IDK but y'all are putting an awful lot of energy into trying to make me not want BCH, and I have all but given up trying to convince BTC maxis that they are worshipping a false idol. I don't know why you're so interested that we give up our positions? It's not like it even affects you, does it really irritate you when I say magic internet money works exactly like peer to peer cash is supposed to work? :D Here's a question for you, is there any form of BTC on-chain Uniswap? This is a genuine ask, I have never heard of such a thing but I'd love to be proven wrong. I'm pretty sure it wouldn't work, because there are no smart contracts on BTC. I mean, there are sorta but not really smart contracts on BTC via STX, but is there any way for those smart contracts to control BTC other than what's possible on the Ethereum blockchain? Are you aware that it's possible to short BCH? This is a pretty good strategy for folks that hold a bit too much BCH when the price is going down. I think some people might have figured out how to take advantage of that.

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MATIC, LRC, and other Ethereum L2s are going to follow the current ETH buzz. If ETH succeeds, the best L2s will as well. An equivalent to “if ETH then this” for BTC is STX. Expanding the functionality of BYC beyond monetary exchange. DOT is a great one and offers multiple staking and network support kickbacks. I personally locked DOT for 2 years in order to back several spots on DOT’s chain (Moonbeam, Clover, etc), which awarded me more in tokens from those projects than staking would alone. The more I think about how crypto will grow, I realize that mergers/combinations/interoperability will be important to crypto feeling like a wholistic yet diverse solution. For that reason, I’m also in LINK and ATOM, which both seek to simplify the crypto space, create apps for the basic user, and productively connect different blockchains.

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I've just recently started buying into STX. It's a layer 1 that uses btc to verify txs, pays stacking yield in btc, brings defi, nfts, and smart contracts to btc. I feel this could end up doing well. They have quite a few useful dapps as well I've been checking out. Real utility with the security of btc.

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1. $BTC no explanation needed. 2. $STX b/c stacks is bringing smart contracts,NFTs on bitcoin, NFTs and you've got hyperchains coming soon!

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STX is the best bet right now, and it's still early. I just hope this 9% apy remains strong when it reaches $100.

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Trust Machines is just another arm of the bitcoin affinity scam called Stacks (STX), which is a premined shitcoin “side chain” designed to enrich its shady founder, Muneeb Ali, and his cronies. Dan Held is an arrogant crypto “influencer”and infamous plagiarist on Twitter. Looks like he’ll be right at home.

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Ok. I’m finally going to ask this. What do people mean by this? I have seen this stuff posted many time. “I’m going to quit the 9-5 and go full Time into Bitcoin” What does that mean? They start trading it? Start making apps to work on stuff like STX?

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Trust Machines is just another arm of the bitcoin affinity scam called Stacks (STX), which is a premined shitcoin “side chain” designed to enrich its shady founder, Muneeb Ali, and his cronies. Dan Held is an opportunistic crypto “influencer”and infamous plagiarist on Twitter. Looks like he’ll be right at home.

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I'm a Maximalist because ultimately everything will be built on top of Bitcoin. Just like the second layer apps on top of the Internet (TCP/IP) base protocol. Base layers/protocols are basic infrastructure built for security not for 'speed', are a strong and stable foundation upon which all the functional layers are built on top of. In your house you are building you want high-voltage electrical wires, solar panels, double-panneled windows, central AC, a pool and jacuzzi, extra rooms for visitors. etc? You build all of that on top of the strong foundation, not buried on the cement and unable to change, upgrade or even use them. So, EVERYTHING will be implemented on top of Bitcoin, just see some the advances so far this early in the game: (Note: Everytning shown below are NOT shitcoins, all of them are projects/apps on 2L's, Side-Chains, State-Chains, Sidetrees,etc. ALL ON TOP OF BITCOIN). > Try RSK (Rootstock) Bitcoin sidechain, RIF (Rootstock Infrastructure Framework), SOV (Sovryn), STX (Stacks), RGB (scalable Smart Contracts), DLC's (Discrete Log Contracts), Suredbits (BTC Derivatives), DID's (Decentralized ID network like Microsoft's ION), WBTC (Wrapped Bitcoin) or L-BTC (Liquid Network). > > I think they are awesome: > > * RSK ---> https://www.rsk.co/ > > * RIF ---> https://www.rifos.org/ > > * SOV ---> https://developers.rsk.co/solutions/sovryn/ > > * STX ---> https://www.stacks.co/ > * RGB ---> https://www.rgbfaq.com/what-is-rgb > * DLC's ---> https://www.coindesk.com/dlc-private-smart-contracts-bitcoin > > * Sidetree ---> https://identity.foundation/sidetree/spec/ > > > > * L-BTC ---> > https://blockstream.com/liquid/ > * WBTC ---> https://www.gemini.com/cryptopedia/wbtc-what-is-wrapped-bitcoin > * Suredbits ---> https://suredbits.com/ > > * Lightning Network---> https://lightning.network/ > > * Microsoft ION --->https://identity.foundation/ion/

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Hardware, protocols, and applications. I can store my Bitcoin on a piece of hardware. I can also mine it or set up a node using hardware. The Bitcoin network is a peer-to-peer payment network that operates on a cryptographic protocol. Applications can (and are) being built for on top of the Bitcoin protocol. See Stacks (STX).

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If STX is definitely a security then you had better tell Coinbase, (I think you're wrong) I don't have the exit report but I linked to coverage of these events in a different comment: https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/vufvf9/comment/ifdxqgy/

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Could you point me to that report? STX is def a security.

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Now what would make it no longer a security? STX was founded as a security and they submitted an exit report claiming they were no longer one due to decentralization. I bring this up all the time because it will probably be a landmark case some day "did they do it right"

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I thought STX and CXO were interesting projects which had about the same probability of going anywhere ( e.g. slightly more than zero ) so I bought a "play" amount of each. Didn't keep them... sold back in March / April.

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STX and CKB I've been in for a while. Loking forward to seeing where these go

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STX, I read and hear a lot about this one, the price is ok now for what it promises

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AR is the alternative to ipfs. It doesn’t ever drop a file. It could easily 10x from current price. STX is the mechanism to add smart contracts on btc. We are building an nft utility on stacks. I personally don’t see much use with them bc of PoW fees but they have a strong community and even developed their own language. Can easily 10x from where it’s at. 1inch is still developing. Easy 5x from current price. SCRT is the new go to after Terra went down for COSM-WASM developers. Could 5x. Anything connecting chains and interoperable between chains is worth developing on or investing in. All are basic decent picks and I didn’t spend anytime writing an algorithm to know this. But I spend my life developing on the blockchain so I guess it’s the same 🤣

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Lot of ppl sleeping on it. Next bullrun bitcoin DeFi will be the thing, i'm going hard on STX. Its a safe bet really.

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Nice to see STX on this list. It's my main pick for the next run 😉😉😉😉

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The thing that is centralized is the thing which shares are sold from. US cryptocurrency exchanges can buy and sell crypto as long as they are not securities. The best way I can explain what I understood is from a counter-example of STX, the token which actually DID launch as a registered security with the SEC: 2017: https://blog.blockstack.org/the-launch-of-the-stacks-genesis-block/ Blockstack created the Stacks token and in their ICO, offered it as a security which was registered with the SEC. The token launch was centralized offering from Blockstack, who took money to create the token (a pre-sale was conducted and the initial holders all had to submit documentation registering their personage and completing full KYC) as far as I know this is unprecedented for any other crypto, but it's a pretty standard practice for businesses in general I guess fairly unremarkable. 2020: https://decrypt.co/50676/blockstack-stx-token-cryptocurrency-trading The protocol was upgraded later so Stacks 2.0 could be said to no longer depend on a central company, that it would be decentralized by virtue of adopting the Bitcoin blockchain as a parent chain, the details I'm hazy on and won't guess about, but in their annual report to the SEC, when this was completed, they then related that their token since it was thus decentralized, no longer has any dependency on any one company, is no longer a security and submitted what is called an "exit report" stating no subsequent security reports will be needed. 2021: [https://decrypt.co/69980/hiro-formerly-blockstack-says-its-stx-token-from-security-to-utility-token](https://decrypt.co/69980/hiro-formerly-blockstack-says-its-stx-token-from-security-to-utility-token) I understand what you're saying that the definition of a security does not have any mention of centralization in it, that's because securities do predate decentralized currency tokens by about 400 years. This decentralization is a totally new idea, so there's no reason why securities would include the notion of centralization in the definition? Every company is centralized. The question is, when Solana's governance creates SOL tokens and release them for sale, are they a security? I'm really not expert on this but I have done some research. Make up your own mind, or wait for the lawsuit and let the authorities weigh in. I do think it will weigh heavily upon the difference as how truly (de/) centralized the token distribution actually is.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I remember. That was a truly historical moment, not only for Bitcoin but for humanity. Every newbie should read this, it was an epic battle between evil (centralized powers) and good (we the people). Bitcoin is 'anti-fragile' and only gets stronger every single day. Nobody and nothing can stop it, at most they only can temporarily and locally delay some of it's developments/functionalities. It has many parallels to the Internet: Bitcoin development layers are just like the layer apps on top of its (TCP/IP) base protocol. Base layers/protocols are basic infrastructure built for security not for 'speed', are a strong and stable foundation upon which all the functional layers are built on top of. In your house you are building you want high-voltage electrical wires, solar panels, double-panneled windows, central AC, a pool and jacuzzi, extra rooms for visitors. etc? You build all of that on top of the strong foundation, not buried on the cement and unable to change, upgrade or even use them. So, EVERYTHING will be implemented on top of Bitcoin, just see some the advances so far this early in the game: (Note: Everytning shown below are NOT shitcoins, all of them are projects/apps on 2L's, Side-Chains, State-Chains, Sidetrees,etc. ALL ON TOP OF BITCOIN). > Try RSK (Rootstock) Bitcoin sidechain, RIF (Rootstock Infrastructure Framework), SOV (Sovryn), STX (Stacks), RGB (scalable Smart Contracts), DLC's (Discrete Log Contracts), Suredbits (BTC Derivatives), DID's (Decentralized ID network like Microsoft's ION), WBTC (Wrapped Bitcoin) or L-BTC (Liquid Network). > > I think they are awesome: > > * RSK ---> https://www.rsk.co/ > > * RIF ---> https://www.rifos.org/ > > * SOV ---> https://developers.rsk.co/solutions/sovryn/ > > * STX ---> https://www.stacks.co/ > * RGB ---> https://www.rgbfaq.com/what-is-rgb > * DLC's ---> https://www.coindesk.com/dlc-private-smart-contracts-bitcoin > > * Sidetree ---> https://identity.foundation/sidetree/spec/ > > > > * L-BTC ---> > https://blockstream.com/liquid/ > * WBTC ---> https://www.gemini.com/cryptopedia/wbtc-what-is-wrapped-bitcoin > * Suredbits ---> https://suredbits.com/ > > * Lightning Network---> https://lightning.network/ > > * Microsoft ION --->https://identity.foundation/ion/ Regarding its economic factor, this is the best way to put it: Why would I give up my Bitcoin for printed-to-infinity government coupons (IOU's)? > Neo: what are you trying to tell me, that I can trade my bitcoins for millions someday? > > > > [Morpheus: No, Neo. I'm trying to tell you that, when you are ready, you won't have to](https://gyazo.com/10ead3a5c1fd8ed1e9d150ed6cced62d) > > > ***"When measured in fiat, Bitcoin price will rise infinitely"***. > > ***"Bitcoin has no top, because fiat has no bottom"***. > > > I will NEVER sell my Bitcoin for printed-to-infinity government IOU's, the [same as somebody who bought a block in Manhattan on the 1800's](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-kKDR30Fb8) will never sell it no matter how high the price goes when measured in ever-worth-less USD. > > You earn in value appreciation/equity against USD as well as in the expensive rents your tenants are paying. If you need even more fiat you borrow against it, and pass the prime real estate to your children and grand children... for many generations, and they don't ever sell it for fiat either. !lntip 3000

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

STX - When you feel like you have to participate in the group project with Bitcoin the night before its due.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

STX is actually really cool. Their SCs support pre and post conditions so you know the state of your wallet after an interaction before that contract executes. Basically stops wallets from being cleared out. I love it

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

yes it's called STX. But btc is not Turing complete so there are some limitations on its SC abilities

Mentions:#STX#SC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I strongly believe aside from energy metrics being a theme for the next bullrun, contracts on BTC are going to he HUGE. I'll be stacking a lot of ALGO and STX in the next two years.

Mentions:#BTC#ALGO#STX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I guess you're also bullish on STX then?

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

That's exactly what STX (Stacks) is trying to accomplish. I'm surprised they don't get more coverage in the space

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

ride or die on STX

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Personally I’m only really convinced on Stacks (STX) for alts

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

BTC and STX are the only things I DCA now.

Mentions:#BTC#STX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Pretty new to crypto and still learning big time. Started in Feb where ALGO was $1.03 or so, got some now for 38c. And some ADA at 48c. The roller coaster since February has been great, tbh. Caveats etc - don't spend what you can't lose etc, but seeing my profile bounce up a bit around March then drip, drip, drip and to spout a cliché, the wild west of it all. I held STX at that start, and it soared one day in Feb/March - I ended up taking the $30 profit or what and putting that in to DOT I think. And going through that in real time! My first ''moon'' trip or it felt it for me. Then the LUNA fiasco. I don't speak to many people in real life about crypto, but the 3 I do, one of them is huge in to LUNA, and I just hope he didn't put too much in. Need to get some BTC though, but sitting waiting (probably too much on it dropping under 25k) What a ride!

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'm gonna go big on STX and build a huge position. Bitcoin DeFi is yet to come. 😉

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Time to shill my STX

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; Miami, the host city of the Bitcoin 2022 event, does not control or operate the MiamiCoin cryptocurrency, despite Mayor Francis Suarez’s endorsement. MiamiCoin's value has plunged by up to 95% since its introduction on August 3rd. Miners must buy tokens on the Stacks (STX) blockchain in order to bid for MiamiCoin. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

Mentions:#STX#DYOR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; MiamiCoin's value has dropped by as much as 95% since launching on August 3. The CityCoin plan requires miners to acquire tokens on the Stacks (STX) blockchain that they can use to bid for MiamiCoin. The winning bidder receives 70% of their investment in MiamiCoin, while the city receives the other 30%. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

Mentions:#STX#DYOR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Apparently, a lot of bitcoiners don't care for STX (Stacks) which is what these city coins are based on.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

​ ![gif](giphy|kj41Ti8GLVs1STX0bH|downsized)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

BTC, ETH, ALGO, DOT. ALGO is the what I’m accumulating the most of atm. I like STX too so I can earn some BTC. DCA is the way

r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

If you're worried about BTC being labeled a security, look at Blockstack/Stacks 2.0 for the relevant details. "Stacks" were a security, registered at the SEC for the ICO. They made changes to the structure and governance of the network and iterated so they could be de-classified. Understanding what made STX 1.0 a security. and what makes STX 2.0 by comparison, not a security, could be informative. As a guy who sold the bottom in February and did not buy back in, I am watching what's happening right now with both dread and glee. At the time I was pissed, wish I had done DCA-out instead. But the advice I got that made me change my tune and panic-sell was "it could continue to go down." Sure, it did not continue to go down... yet. For the whole month of February, I felt like shit about my bad decision. Then I pretty much stopped watching, and now I can look at the charts and say "I don't feel so bad about what I did. It might still turn out to have been a good decision in the long run." I am not a tax expert, but judging from the replies you're getting here, neither is anybody else. But I am a taxpayer and I can confirm, according to guidance from my accountant – who consulted another accountant with more expertise – the wash sale rule is not for cryptos. It is unlikely to be retroactively changed. People make sales and do the math about how much they will owe on the spot, then cover their liability by putting the appropriate cash amount in a tax account. This is how responsible people who pay taxes must operate, ostensibly anyway. Those people are planning and playing it safe, they do not expect to have a rug pulled from under them by retroactive tax rate increases. You should read about Biden's (proposed?) capital gains changes from 2021. There was talk that they might be made retroactively. I'm pretty sure that it didn't happen, but like I said, I'm not a tax expert and you should never trust a dog on the internet. I wasn't able to figure out with a quick google what ever became of the proposed capital gains tax rate increases.

Mentions:#BTC#STX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This. I just sent a transaction on STX (layer 1) for 0.2 cents, secured by Bitcoin as a security layer.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

STX is one of the best coin i am holding this coin bag now.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Sure buddy, here you are CELR, DUSK, STX Source: I am bagholding after being shilled then myself

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Look up Stacks (STX). It brings smart contracts to BTC on a layer2.

Mentions:#STX#BTC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

tldr; CityCoins launched its first project with the city of Miami in August 2021, raking in $2.5 million in “pseudo-tax” income in its first 20 days. CityCoins miners receive a city-specific coin, like MiamiCoin or NYCCoin, by trading in STX, the token for Stacks, a protocol that operates on top of the Bitcoin network. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

Mentions:#STX#DYOR
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

There is no rug to be pulled. You're rewarded with a utility token called STX. You can then stake that STX to earn other third party tokens they partner with, as well as vote on different aspects of the platform.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

UMB. OLT, STX... And you can keep going on.

Mentions:#UMB#OLT#STX
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Take out retirement accounts. 70% btc, 25% STX, 5% VeVe collectibles

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Or you could buy STX and stake it for BTC rewards.

Mentions:#STX#BTC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Stake (they call it stack) Stacks and get paid in either BTC or STX ([stacks.co](https://stacks.co)). No trust needed - as you keep your coins in your own wallet and delegate them like you do with Tezos.

Mentions:#BTC#STX
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

1INCH is on the low side of its history right now because of the market while it’s still progressing. Figures out how to make swaps “at the best rate.” Staking, governance. It’s crossed $7 before along with market pumps. No way that it’s not easy money, in my opinion. Stacks STX is tied into CityCoins. NYC and Miami right now at least. Look at the last year of STX or whole history.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

1Inch. STX (stacks).

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Anyone have any thoughts on Stacks (STX)?

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