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there's not. thank you for coming to my TED talk.

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Bitcoin good everything else bad, thanks for coming to my TED talk!

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

do with bitcoin, what you probably never did with the legacy financial system that you were born into. it’s a big ask I know, but realistically, if you suddenly came into being equal amounts about both systems, how many people really would choose infinite money printing over sound money? this may not be the best analogy, but it’s the way I think about it: how many people did a comprehensive analysis of all the religions in the world before they chose one? Practically nobody you inherit the religion that your parents fed you when you were a child, the same way you were fed an allowance and early paychecks in fiat. I call it “Prove you worked”. Sound Money by Lyn Alden is a good read as linguistics as I’m proselytizing. (Than you for attending my TED talk).

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

92,000$ CAD .. I am Canadian for reference. Thanks for coming to my TED talk.

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What have you done!? I've watched the TED twice now! GW mentions the super-linear and sub-linear forms of the power law, which I assume is whether m is > or < 1 in the following: log ( y ) = m * log ( x ) + c He also states that the super-linear forms relate to networks. Bitcoin is a network. Your work indicates m = 5.82, so super super-linear. While this is a power-law the super-linear is exponential (in colloquial terms) and according to GW will therefore reach some cathartic point, where either collapse or innovation will happen!

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So many personal TED talks lately on this sub.

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Hi guys, I want to share my experience because I need to get it out of my chest. So, for the last two weeks, I went full degenerate and "trade" shitcoin on SOL. And let me tell you, it's an absolutely crazy experience. Last week, some of my coins went down like 80% to 90%. I also got rug pulled a few times. Not surprising, just what I expected. But here's the crazy part that I didn't expect at all: for the last two days, two of my coins that I picked randomly went ballistic. One of them up to more than 2000% yesterday. And today, the other coin up to more than 3000%. I have no idea what the fuck is going on. Unfortunately, I didn't put a lot of money. But still, it was a crazy experience and I will never forget this. Now I understand why a lot of people addicted to gambling. This shit is addicting and... dangerous. Thank you for coming to my TED Talk.

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Who’s TED?

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You might notice that shitcoins tend to go up when bitcoin goes up. They tend to go down when bitcoin goes down. 99% of the time, the price is driven by bitcoin. Anyone on planet earth can make a shitcoin and make you think it's pumping when in reality it's simply following bitcoin. This is a basic concept that requires your understanding if you expect to make profit in crypto markets. I make money from my ability to communicate which is why I'm then able to engage with this market to the point that I've gained an understanding of the fundamentals. You might also notice in your research of my account history that I've been involved in these forums and conversations for almost a decade now while you most likely discovered virtual currency literally a year ago. Thanks for listening to my TED talk.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

If we don't get some kinda rally before Santa comes, I am going to be DIS-A-POIN-TED

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Because the owner used a buggy plugin. **Don't trust random software**. Don't keep your life savings on r/TheLightningNetwork, please. Thanks for coming to my TED talk.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

By then, toddlers will be giving TED Talks on blockchain technology.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

There's at least one TED Talk, as well.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I am unashamedly a Cardano bull and I think it will perform very well in the upcoming bull market. But $35 is biggest pile of horseshit prediction I have ever read in my entire time perusing r/CC. $35 would give it a 1.2 TRILLION dollar market cap, almost equal to the current TOTAL MARKET CAP OF THE ENTIRE CRYPTO SPACE. People...I beg you...please use just a little bit of critical thinking when reading these things. The headlines on the front page in the last few weeks are starting to get so hyperbolic...huge price predictions, "partnerships"...it's all to get you to buy. The bull market is coming where EVERYBODY is a "genius". But a large subset of the people here post things just to get you to buy bags. Please do research. Those that don't will get hurt. Please use caution. Thank you for coming to my TED talk.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

just like this your useless comment. it was good attending ur TED Talk.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Great TED Talk, do you feel the same way about ADA

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Hey, I don't know much about XRP as a company and other fundamental stuff, but let's talk about the possible gains. In my opinion, just looking at price performance, XRP is pretty bad. The last significant run-up Ripple did was way back in 2018. Since then you just went down and down and down. Even in the 2021 bullrun, you were pretty much better off just buying Bitcoin than XRP. And mind you, it takes several times less money to move XRP compared to Bitcoin. And Ripple actually did slightly worse than Bitcoin in 2021. Which in and of itself is a huge red flag. An altcoin unable to outperform Bitcoin at ANY point in time and not being able to move up without the whole market going bonkers, is not a good sign to say the least. Now, as you may have noticed, people here love XRP. They say its the future and stuff like that. And that is generally the case, the smaller people like you and this subreddit love XRP for the most part and many are well invested into it. And that is a problem. That means you have many emotional and uninformed people invested into one asset. And that also means, easy money for the bigger players. So what ended up happening for years and years on end is people getting excited and buying at every small pump on XRP. The bigger, more smart players acknowledging the heavy downtrend this coin is in, absorb those emotional buys and reverse even lower into the other direction. Retail gets rekt, people lose their money and then history repeats with the next exit pump. What I want to say is that XRP is a very weak coin and has been for years. Yet people fail to acknowledge this fact and keep on believing that this will be the future for some godforsaken reason. Of course, XRP will AT SOME POINT make a more sustained move up, but getting it right once after being rekt the last 50 times is not an achievement to say the least. Of course XRP will move up in the bullrun as well, but just be aware that every other altcoin in a similar dimension will more likely than not perform a lot better than Ripple. Just take a look at that time when XRP wasn't deemed a security. 80% pump in one day. People screaming "this is it, we're going for a ride!" Only to see that a few weeks later, XRP went for a ride but in the opposite direction. Recovered the whole 80% pump and went even lower once more. And this happens all. the. time. Fundamentals aside, Ripple is simply, as it stands, a pump and dump coin and yet people keep putting it on such a pedestal that it drives me crazy. Thanks for not reading my TED Talk. :D

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

So many problems with this... First, the "World Economic Forum" is just a bunch of rich people getting together to talk about rich people problems and investments. It's not even a research conference, it's basically a TED-Talk summit for the ultra-rich and a few economists and other rich-adjacent types that the group invites. Also, as noted, the documentary doesn't mention Bitcoin, and Bitcoin is not in any way equivalent to data-centers. For one, traffic to US-based Data Centers drops noticeably during US off-hours, because it turns out people are telling their computers to do less stuff while they're asleep. Bitcoin mining happens 24/7 unless something happens that makes mining unprofitable. Also the sheer amount of copium going around about Bitcoin "going green" is ridiculous... the majority of Bitcoin mining is located in places with *very* fossil fuel heavy energy mixes. Whether it's Russia, Kazakhstan, and China, or Texas and Wyoming in the US. Heck there's a project in upstate NY that literally bought a coal plant that was going to be decommissioned and started running it to mine Bitcoin, but without all the regulations and scrubbers costing them money because they weren't generating power "for the grid" and so a lot of those regulations didn't apply to them...

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

How to make a bear market crypto headline with JS: \`How ${randomThingHappening} could threaten crypto\` Thank you for attending my short TED talk

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Gee, 5 paragraphs of filler / rambling without real, substance plus an awful lot of assumptions. But 0 research -- no link to the source, no link to the actual tender document. Here's the short description and below the link to the full docs. "There is evidence that crypto-assets can cause significant harm on the climate and environment and generate negative economic and social externalities, depending on the consensus mechanism used to validate transactions. The increasing demand for crypto-assets and expansion of crypto-mining, including within the EU, could undermine EU's efforts to achieve its climate and sustainability goals, in line with the Paris Agreement. The action aims at enhancing the EU capacity to assess and mitigate the impact of crypto-mining and develop specific sustainability standards. The preparatory action intends to develop a methodology to measure the climate and environmental impact of the consensus mechanisms used by crypto-assets and assess the feasibility of establishing environmental sustainability standards for crypto-assets with a view to the adoption of future legislative action in the area of crypto-asset financial regulation." &#x200B; [https://ted.europa.eu/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:577973-2023:TEXT:EN:HTML](https://ted.europa.eu/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:577973-2023:TEXT:EN:HTML)

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

“I quit” Thank you for coming to my TED talk

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

The European Union intends to conduct a study to assess the environmental impact of crypto mining, potentially targeting future mining regulations. https://ted.europa.eu/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:577973-2023:TEXT:EN:HTML "There is evidence that crypto-assets can cause significant harm on the climate and environment and generate negative economic and social externalities, depending on the consensus mechanism used to validate transactions. The increasing demand for crypto-assets and expansion of crypto-mining, including within the EU, could undermine EU's efforts to achieve its climate and sustainability goals, in line with the Paris Agreement. The action aims at enhancing the EU capacity to assess and mitigate the impact of crypto-mining and develop specific sustainability standards. The preparatory action intends to develop a methodology to measure the climate and environmental impact of the consensus mechanisms used by crypto-assets and assess the feasibility of establishing environmental sustainability standards for crypto-assets with a view to the adoption of future legislative action in the area of crypto-asset financial regulation."

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I would have to be paid to listen to a Charles TED talk

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

This is not financial advice—but: I would have already liquidated out. I closed mine out in October 2021. Now I’m just waiting for utter capitulation across the board to get back in on certain assets (already have a stack of bitcoin I’ve been building for years after taking the hit from selling my whole stack in 2013). I am patient, it is coming. All markets are going south from here, except maybe a handful of commodities, energy, actually important pragmatic necessities, etc. a few things will take off and everyone will focus there for a moment. Keep your eyes on the prize—blood in the streets. This time, maybe literally. Close out now while equities are still highish. Regardless of inflation hurt, hold cash for next few months. You can stick it in super short term bonds, revolving, if you know how, at least until you are ready to buy. Prices are going down. Bitcoin technically shouldn’t go down with the ship (I know it’s hard money!), but most people are still retarded to its value, and bearwhales in bitcoin are amazing at using fear in markets against the noobs. Have your cash ready and ladder buys down from $22,100 to $13,100, 10% every $1,000. You will know when capitulation happens because it will be a very sharp wick and immediately start getting bought up. Whether this happens at 21k, or 14k, be ready to toss in the rest of your ladder buys here. You can set limit buys now on cashapp. I’ll keep it easy. Plus you can link those buys to your bank account and don’t have to keep your money on an exchange. That’s an awesome feature I would have killed for 7 years ago. -get your liquidity out now -do what you need to manage inflation anxiety until you are ready to buy -wait until the absolute carnage plays out (it will, my friend), and then buy it up lower than $26k/coin right now. Come 2025, you will be happy you did. Come 2029, and 2033, you will be grateful beyond measure. Or just buy now. You will still be happy about it in two years so long as you can weather another huge hit in the next 6-9 months. Thanks for coming to my TED talk. Not actual advice for others—just my actual plans after 12 years in bitcoin / 14 years in NYSE.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Thank you for your TED talk, i mean analysis!

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yes, the tetheral reserve or TED. Not to be confused with the FED, the federal reserve,

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Love your TED talks.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pl8OlkkwRpc&ab\_channel=TED](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pl8OlkkwRpc&ab_channel=TED) As a newb I really liked this one because it explains the revolutionary aspects of blockchain and it really makes you think. It does not focus on bitcoin specifically which is not bad because many newbs/skeptics are instantly thrown away by that, they just think someone is trying to scam them lol. After watching that one you are intrigued and feel like you want to dig deeper and then, eventually, you'll end up figuring out that blockchain=bitcoin.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'd watch their TED talk on how they do it

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I did not know the name by heart. Yes, I feel a bit of shame. Just read his wikipedia entry and am now watching this interesting [TED talk](https://www.ted.com/talks/stuart_haber_blockchain_decentralization_is_central).

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Why did Salame join the FTX scam party? He wanted to get a little slice of the action! Thank you for coming to my short TED talk, I'll walk myself out

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Thank you for holding the TED talk

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Damn, boy, you must post like crazy. You should hold a TED talk on how you do it.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

They're only mining at a loss on paper, paying to upgrade hardware. Replacing hardware that they've already wrote off. They'll be able to sell that old hardware. Recouping some of the paper losses that were wrote off. They'll have new hardware with better hashrates at the halving, being better able to compete for rewards. Reducing cost to mine. Bitcoin mining, just like bitcoin is cyclical. In a bear market it's going to look bad. Mining companies are stacking sats like other investors. These are investments for future returns, they're not losses except for accounting purposes. Thank you for coming to my TED talk.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

MSNBChttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QBZTjmkkcoU Idalia strengthens to hurricane as it advances toward Florida. CNN: TRUMP CASE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pzl0cSkhpiwChristie explains why Trump’s trial is ‘disastrous’ for GOP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXbQ\_NVqwt8 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vPHwbA46bvk TED PRICE Has found the new bottom. NEXT Move is 5M in Market cap. https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/ted-bnb/#Markets  https://www.mexc.com/exchange/TED\_USDT https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B84d0wwDRWw Ted - The Making of the Bear https://www.mexc.com/exchange/TED\_USDT How Exchanges works.  Serious MEME coin get listed and gets placed on assessment zone, after 60 days .If legit, they move to innovation zone, after 60 days they finally move to MAIN. Each zone unlocks access to more user, leading to more volume and higher price. SCAM tokens gets delisted after assessment zone period. SCAM means dirty contract, no website, unreachable TEAM.  TIP, IF invested in a scam token SELL before the 60 days. Note CEX delisting does not affect the UNISWAP or PANCAKE SWAP. Does not affect 100 More CEX out there. Each CEX has its own rules https://www.mexc.com/exchange/TED\_USDT MIKEY CHEN FOOD https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9I8jQ5cAy8g

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

And a 10h TED talk of Charles Hoskinson in a loop

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Evergrande sucks and I am tired of their bullshit interrupting the markets. Thank you for coming to my TED talk.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I been in crypto for 5 years going on 6 in a few months. I’d like to add another rule that I learned from a very painful mistake. As OP said in his rules to take profits. Back in 2018 when I was still brand new to crypto this was the same story I kept hearing over and over and over. There was some dude in a Facebook group that had over $100k work of v chain. That was early 2018… the prices were only beginning to fall and when I asked him why don’t you sell it he laughed and said’ “I know what I hold, I seen the partnerships…” Painful hold to the earths core but as you guess that dude probably was quite happy in the very long run. Another guy in the same group cried how he had 7 figures, if I remember I think he had about 100 Eth and eth at that time was maybe $300-500. Yeah still a long ways to fall. The point I’m trying to make is that we hear these horror stories. Yea take profits!! But there is another side to this dilemma. When to take profits. After DCAing from 2018 to 2020 the market started to boom (defi summer) I stopped DCAing and decided to just let things ride. In Feb 2021 I sold everything at a little over $600k. I was a little disappointed but happy. I felt the market was done. (BTC corrected from 40k) I stayed out and jumped in Celsius, Anchor and blockfi farming yield. As the market formed a double bubble in the summer I stayed in stables being soo sure of myself that the bear was here. BTC breaks a new ATH, and I finally decide to jump into alts, “Just need a 2x real quick then I’m out.” You know the rest of the story. After taking a -50% haircut I sat in Anchor for a long time. No I didn’t lose all my money in Tera Luna, but I may as well had. After the whole Ukraine shenanigans I thought that the bottom must of been near the bottom. How could it not, this was WW3 knocking on our doorsteps. So I went all back in into alts, more specifically micro caps. And if you didn’t know microcaps are far more volatile than anything else. Yea I saw over $600k get decimated into the 5 figure range. Oh yeah Cuckcoin also froze half of my coins I was about to trade so I could sell it to USDT, was frozen for about 6 months and watched those coins get utterly smashed. Sorry for the long ass story. But the main lesson here is to use TA and make a plan of when you are getting out. That’s how you avoid all of this. I had no plan, I was relying on emotions, and even running away with 600k initially, I abandoned my plan to stay out and jumped back in like an idiot! Please learn TA, just basic TA and it will help you plan your exit! If you don’t have a real plan then your plan is to fail! The warning signs to get out of crypto were all there. Just look at it. As I learned and taught myself TA over the past couple years I can’t believe I jumped back in when I did. Also selling too early is a thing as well, and TA can help you with this as well. Those horror stories will make you want to sell early as I did. Please learn from my mistakes. Ty for coming to my TED talk. *put on McDonald’s hat*

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I would like to see meeleen223 giving us us motivational ~~speech~~ hopiums and Mr_Bob_Ferguson doing TED talk about scams.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

NO we're talking about how to take loss by making shitty decisions and welcome to the TED talk

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Excellent idea! You should do a TED talk on it.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The three Cs, which I just made up. Cars, Counters, and campaigns. Cars - Tesla once accepted Bitcoin. Chevy, Subaru, etc should accept limited types of crypto for electric vehicles. Counters - major brick or online retailers Walmart, Amazon, should accept it directly, but also convince store counters for little purchases Campaigns - political entities can make a point of accepting donations in crypto, especially because there is a record of each transaction, not a dark money pool That's my TED talk

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Hi my talk is name, welcome to my ChatGPT TED

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Hey my name is TED, welcome to my ChatGPT talk.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Hi my name is ChatGPT. Welcome to my TED talk.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

My Name is ChatGPT, welcome to my TED talk.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Thanks for coming to my TED talk.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

This is quite an articulate accumulation of pseudo-science. Vegans and vegetarians have the lowest rates of chronic disease of any diet group and they also live the longest. Every long-living population of people (see blue zones) on the planet has eaten a mostly plant-based diet. While what you said of cows is true, nothing you said about the human digestive system is true. Humans are omnivores and thrive eating a whole food plant-based diet. Humans are not comparable to lions. Look at the length of a lion's intestinal track and compare it to the relative length of a human's. The human's is more comparable to a sheep's than a lions. The lion's intestinal track is quite short to prevent the development of atherosclerosis in its arteries. This what happens to humans when they consume large amount of meat--the meat just rots in the gut and arterial plaque formation flourishes. Our guts are designed to handle large amounts of fiber. We can also eat meat, but the ideal amount of meat is none or a very small amount. Yes, oxalates are a thing. However, most foods high in oxalates are also high in nutrients. Their benefits greatly outweigh the risks. I will concede that meat is a nutritious food, but to only consume meat is foolish, extreme, and dangerous, way more extreme than eating whole-grains, legumes, fruits, and vegetables, and maybe some meat occasionally. I've seen that TED talk and it's basically a "this was my experience, therefore it's true for everyone" talk. What's tragic is people like Mikaila think they are "going against the mainstream narrative" by advocating a carnivore diet, when in fact they are doing the opposite and perpetuating the propaganda of an industry that heavily relies on government subsidies, advertising, and "influencers" such as herself. Normally, I'd just ignore your comment, but it's dangerous to advocate this nonsense, which has only proliferated in recent years. It seems to directly correlate with the general trend toward extremism.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I hope that they are eating grass. Cows have a digestive system specifically designed or evolved if you like to properly digest grass and plants, but humans do not. Plants **are** a proper **cow** diet. While it is true that vegetables have nutrients and vitamins, but the problem is that most of it is not bio-available via the human digestive system. Also, such plants have other chemicals in them that prevent humans from absorbing them as well as things that cause inflamation in humans to varying degrees. See Mikaila Peterson's TED talk for a reference. Also, see oxalate.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

People worried about the sell wall at 30k should remember: most of these "walls" are b.s. that will get moved (most probably by a bot) when they notice a high momentum in buying. Thanks for coming to my TED talk, see you at 31k. Can I put rocket emoji here?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

All there is to say is the SEC is a bunch of corrupt fucking twats. Thank you for coming to my TED talk goodnight.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Michael Saylor TED talk: * Price of land in Manhattan. * All other assets are inflationary. * BTC. Limited supply. * BTC. Digital gold. * We are early. The end.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I watched a TED talk video entitled "decentralization is the future". Si charles hoskinson pala yung speaker. Ayun nag research ako about cardano, napadpad na ako sa bitcoin, what is money, etc.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Clickbate, all the market is getting smashed, just like OP's mom. PEPE is doing fine, it will rise again. Thanks for coming to my TED talk.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

The only coin you'll need is PEPE, thanks for coming to my TED talk

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

My name is ChatGPT and this is my TED talk.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I love a TED Talk. Thank you for yours. I hope you have a red circle to stand on and that others have advice.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

*President Xi takes the stage.* *Clears throat.* **China un-ban Bitcoin!** *Drops mic* Thank you for attending my TED Talk.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Yes he should do that. Stop what he's doing and make a TED talk about it

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You'd love Ken Robinson. He's super passionate about being in your element. Here is one of the most informative & simultaneously funny [TED talk](https://www.ted.com/talks/sir_ken_robinson_do_schools_kill_creativity/c) on this matter. He's brilliant.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I have a theory that the major exchanges are wash trading BTC and eth since they hold the most supply, they are essentially pegging the price to the stable range. There lacks true demand from the market for them to offload this supply, and that is the reason meme coins are pumping. Pepecoin is like an off ramp for these whales, they exchange BTC or eth for pepe and then sell Pepe for usd, completing the offramp. My theory is that most of the volume traded on BTC and etc are internally generated and not organic, while Pepe actually attracted retail to pile in. This is just my tin foil hat theory welcome to my TED talk

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

DYOR by fucking around and finding out. Thanks for coming to my TED talk

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