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Viterium token on Vite network [$20k market cap]

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In addition to being sued, Coinbase receives Show Cause order from 10 different state regulators at once. Coinbase has 28 days to show cause why they should not be issued a cease and desist over offering registered securities. Coinbase lost at least $600M in deposits lost as of yesterday

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Check this degens.

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Am I scammed by Gate.io? Seeking assistance to recover $10000 deposit. Support not engaging, ignoring tickets for almost 24 hours, providing fake reasons.

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Buy BTC and ETH as long-term investments

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How to start in Crypto :- HVE2 should be the first Choice !

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List of exchanges where MIOTA (IOTA) tokens can be purchased in the United States - Version 4.0

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Update on recent changes In the laws governing Vanuatu Cryptocurrency License

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Not In New York: List Of Crypto Services Not Available In New York

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Why does cryptocurrency engender so much vitriol amongst its detractors?

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The Revised Crypto Amendment has Failed

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Senator Richard Shelby (R-AL) has objected to the compromise amendment. He didn't get his own amendment for $50b in defense spending, so he's against all others. FYI, he's retiring at the end of this term.

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Seeking help online - Monero address...

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[BSC] | Yumcha Finance | Safe haven for when Elon Tweets next | World shares and World currency Pegged asset | Collaterisation supported by an Australian Holding Company

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Growth of Crypto Leads To a Financial Meltdown, Metalla Royalty CEO

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[Learning] MIT Open Course: Cryptocurrency Engineering and Design

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Excellent crypto economics education channel that deserves more views. Economics Design.

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A Tale of Three DeFi Indices - Crypto World's "VT/VTI/SPY etc"

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Go 100% VT. Unless you're over 40, you should also add bonds.

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VT

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I love this as the sheer amount of people who got into investing (and therefore learned about the economy as a whole), due to BTC always amazes me. The "awareness" that it brought is most definitely a wonderful value and benefit to the people as a whole. The $$ value ain't too shabby, either. That being said, VT and SCHD.

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Don’t know all your personal circumstances or your age but 1M euros if you’re young isn’t enough to retire. It’s an unorthodox road to retirement but could very likely work. Either that or you’re left with nothing :-) Once you get to 30 - 40% of your goal, I’d recommend putting a hundred grand or so into something more stable, like VT or VTI.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Cash out, buy broad market ETF, VT or VTI.

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https://i.imgur.com/fJXY1VT.png you pout like this toddler bro. I hope for you that the next time cdc gets "hacked" for 35m, ur funds won't be lost. You can also just trade p2p or at the very least use a dex (not recommended, just do p2p) like a normal human

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Nice! I am in a similar boat. I wasn't planning on adding anymore post ETF because I figured the price would go up quite a bit, but since it dropped below 45K I have been selling VT and buying more BTC and stacking some MSTR in my Roth/Adding to FBTC. My stack is now bigger then I had ever planned. Let's go!

r/BitcoinSee Comment

Dumped all my VT today screw vanguard.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Sold all my holdings in VT and bought FBTC and IBIT

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$VT, it’s a bet on world commerce

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I’m a maxi but still invest most in the stock market. You don’t need to know much about stocks to make solid investments without paid “professionals”. Use low cost etfs or mutual funds that spread the entire market. VT, VTSAX, VOO to name a few solid vanguards funds. That being said, a little more than beer money being thrown at BTC each month has become almost 10% of my net worth. I’m still not comfortable rerouting retirement savings or the like however.

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Id personally sell the watches and put it into an etf like VTI or VT. Or maybe a use the cash as down payment on a house if you weren't a nomad. I'm a BTC proponent but you are to concentrated. That's just me though

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Obviously I would switch it to another income generating asset like real estate or XEQT (equivalent o VT for US ppl) Once you reach your target for retirement you basically want lower risk assets and be able to draw 4-7% YoY on the interest of my investment and still be comfortable

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I stay subscribed and fight with them consistently. New people come in who are 18-22 years old and say I am looking for advice, currently im 100% VT which is the Total world stock ETF fund. People respond saying OMG youre doing amazing! That’s the perfect balance! This is such terrible advice for an early investor. I argue with them consistently trying to hopefully help somebody see the light.

Mentions:#VT#ETF#OMG
r/BitcoinSee Comment

im pretty much just 50-50 between VT and BT

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Don't be risky with your retirement. Doesn't matter how young you are. Put 1k into bitcoin if you must but put the rest into VT.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Might get eaten alive for this, but I would sell. You make a profit, take a percentage of that and put it into a IRA. If you don’t have an emergency fund, shore that up. Buy VTI, VT or any other broad index ETF. With any money left over, allocate some to your kid’s college fund, if that’s important to you. Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency’s have outperformed the broad market over a short period, but past returns are not indicative of future returns. If you want to keep bitcoin, hold 1-5% and you’ll still be able to profit if the endless rally continues. Right now, having ALL of your assets in a speculative asset that doesn’t even function well as a currency is setting you up for disaster. Even if you’re a true believer who thinks this thing goes to 50k and beyond, you need to diversify.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

US treasury bonds, VT, VTI, gold. Assets that are backed, regulated, and understood by people. One of the most common arguments I have heard for BTC is that it will be available when the US govt collapses and USD is irrelevant (or whatever other country and currency). I am not sitting here waiting for doomsday just to say “gotcha” when I have BTC and others dont…

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Robinhood disabled **buying** of Gamestop in 2021. They didn't disable selling. Your fear that you cannot sell while your stocks are crashing to $0 is not supported by the event. And why on earth you want to buy stocks which could crashing to $0? Just buy VT and chill.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Despite this hard to follow word jumble which I don't even know what it has to say about Bitcoin I would point out this is incorrect. >You're also not investing in the entire economy in a neutral manner: you're only buying stock from the largest American companies, including some extremely unethical ones. VTI is total US market ETF with 3,860 companies of the ~4,000 non penny stock public traded companies and replacement by market cap 99% of tradeable US stocks. VT is a total global market ETF with 10,800 companies across 18 national and regional exchanges and represents by market cap 96% of tradeable global stocks.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Bitcoin is already helping the loads of unbanked people in developing countries. I recommend watching [Banking on Africa: The Bitcoin Revolution](https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=_VT_zpHQzBE).

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Dude you're just wrong. First of, there's regulations(SIPC) in place that make sure brokers cannot commit fraud with your securities or if the firm fails. Second, there's regulations in place that make sure your broker is not also your custodian. You can find the custodian of your assets in the 'statement of additional information' of any of the funds you purchase through a broker(like VTI or VT). If Vanguard or Fidelity or Schwab go bankrupt and creditors come looking for payment they cannot touch the assets held by the custodians they hired to hold assets that were under their management. Want to know an example of when your broker was also your custodian? Bernie Madoff. This shit has already been thought of and remidied. This is often why I've little faith in Bitcoin advocates. Trust me I'm no expert, far from it, but I don't let skepticism/speculation cloud my judgement or curiosity to learn market mechanics.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Let me say this again. If Vanguard goes bankrupt. I still own my shares of VT. No bank owns your securities. You do. If Vanguard fails then someone else with administrator the fund. Outside of a doomsday scenario you aren't losing ownership of your securities.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I either don't understand you or you're wrong. How, for example, does owning VT mean I owe an IOU to a single company? VT is a slice of market cap weighted globally diverse stocks. I still own those slices of stocks even if Vanguard goes belly up.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

VT, btc, eth. My house. Only difference is perhaps some commodities like copper, wheat, crude oil.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

50% VT and 50% BTC, both will go up forever

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Btc, eth, my house, some moons and VT.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

My man is going to wake up tomorrow with a hangover and see $4.5m missing.. ![gif](giphy|VT5Rh3YOQ9eX4thUtU)

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I've always enjoyed https://youtu.be/A29sy_VT080 As well as crypto zombie and Ivan on tech and sunny decree.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Great decision. I don't have kids but if I do , it will be 1. Property, then 2. 50% btc/eth and VT.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

The USA won't be abandoned. California will be abandoned by serious exchanges if this bill comes to pass, much as when the NY bitlicense was adopted some years back, basically all major exchanges stopped doing business with individuals in NY and a lesser number of those firms were still able to serve non-NY corporations (for business accounts) where those corps had ultimate beneficiaries that lived in NYC. It will be the same now for CA if AB 39 becomes law, a massive derisking will take place, exchanges will just stop serving California individual / retail investors. Whereas, other states will profit from California's loss. Recently it was reported that a sixth US state -- Idaho -- is willing to charter uninsured, non-lending, 100% reserve banks that are eligible for Fed master accounts (the other states are CT, ME, NE, VT & WY). This follows from Wyoming's numerous pro-bitcoin and pro-digital asset laws (there have been many over the past few years signed into law having to do with digital asset use and protection) that have been adopted by more intelligent legislators. And of course there is E Salvador, a country that has adopted monetary policy far better than that of the United States.

Mentions:#CT#VT
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Alternative link provided in lieu of posted link: https://twitter.com/CaitlinLong_/status/1675194305286135812?t=AEsr4YIX-psgpxZrAcXbHA&s=19 Full text of tweet if you do not have Twitter access or account: "1/ BIG NEWS for #fintech! A sixth US state--Idaho--is willing to charter uninsured, non-lending, 100% reserve banks that are eligible for Fed master accounts (the other states are CT, ME, NE, VT & WY). This trend could turn the "bank-as-a-service" (#BaaS) model on its head!!!!!" - from @CaitlinLong_ on Twitter, who also posts on Nostr & elsewhere

Mentions:#BIG#CT#VT
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Mate, i say with nothing but sympathy and care for you. You clearly have a gambling problem masking as an “investing” problem. Stop putting money into equities and start putting it into a therapist to help you. If you need to invest in the market, put money into VT/VTI/VOO, but know you’d be better of investing in yourself

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Wayyyyy too many coins. I hold 5-8ish. That’s all the information I can keep up in. But if you want a safe a safe investment, stay BTC and ETH. Those 2 are the equivalent of the VT etf

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

VT

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

![gif](giphy|idw3dW74u7VT9EfO4e)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Crypto is not for FIRE. FIRE is all about getting enough money to retire early, with certainty. Crypto is still too much of a gamble and doesn’t have the same certainty as investing in ETFs like VT, VOO, VTI, etc. However, since crypto is high risk, high reward, if the risk pays off you will be able to retire. It’s just not a guarantee

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Both. I lost a substantial amount in crypto a year or so ago. Since then I got into daytrading the traditional market. I occasionally daytrade btc and matic. Losing this $ got me really interested in personal finance. Started pumping $ in my 401k, IRA and various other investment vehicles. Losing that $ was one of the best things that ever happened to me. It’s a shame it took me till I was almost 40 to take control of my life but, here we are. I have a btc bag, algo bag, ftm bag and sol as well. But no where near as much as I have in a VT equivalent.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

![gif](giphy|1VT3UNeWdijUSMpRL4) Nice.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You're paying high fees for shares of ETHE that grayscale holds, supposedly backed by ethereum. It's 2.5% annual fee, significantly higher than stuff like VOO, VT, etc. There are also fees when you trade it. While I can trade VOO commission free, it costs me $6.99 per trade in ETHE. Finally, you're exposed to much more risk than holding eth yourself: ETHE depends on Grayscale not going bankrupt and people being willing to put up with their high fees, but Grayscale doesn't even hold their assets. They are stored by Coinbase, so now you're also trusting that CB doesn't go bankrupt, doesn't get hacked, etc. That's a lot of additional failure points and fees that you don't have to put up with when you buy your crypto directly.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

![gif](giphy|l0HlNcircjaT2VT2M)

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

If we're defining gambling the same way, "wagering of something of value on a **random event** with the intent of winning something else of value" I'd say that is a stretch. Bitcoin is a newer asset class and at the current stage it is going to be volatile and higher risk than say VT, VTI or FSKAX of a protracted drop like previously mentioned tickers. However, Bitcoin has reached a stage in its development as an asset class where the risk of going away or completely losing value is, IMO, lower. Will concede it has not been out long compared to the underlying assets of above tickers however once you understand the macro cycles and if you can be patient and not greedy but instead buy somewhere in the lower prices and sell somewhere in the upper prices you can do very well. Will agree going all-in is dangerous but having a non-trivial portion in BTC as long as you're prudent with your approach can provide a disproportionate return to traditional investments.

Mentions:#VT#IMO#BTC
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Yes, and putting it all into an index ETF like VT

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

* [The Great Reset and the Rise of Bitcoin](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xw9VshkgxJ4) * [This Machine Greens](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-7dMVcVWgc) * [Banking On Africa - The Bitcoin Revolution](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_VT_zpHQzBE) * [The Rise and Rise of Bitcoin](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qk4gZrBR9CU) * [Banking on Bitcoin](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ByvbAi924TI)

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I do have about 4-6 months worth of food/water stockpiled...the problem there is expiration. A fan of guns, but the wife is not. Stocks can be fine, but dollar denominated assets less so. I primarily hold $VT. I refuse to hold bonds, and I will never buy them in the future.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Outside of tax-advantaged accounts, yes...but the tax-advantaged accounts mostly hold $VT (so well-diversified and global to help hedge currency risk) and are roughly 80% of my net worth. Effectively, anything that could be easily accessed goes into metals and bitcoin instead of a brokerage account

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Used to be 5% of my paycheck and 95% for US stocks. 50% since 2022 and 50% on VT.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Is that for OSRS too? Or they still being OG on that front. ![gif](giphy|VT89OacudHRsPqwcB4)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Isn’t it similar with stocks? At first everyone wants to be this super traded looking to beat the market but after a bunch of margin calls, it’s 100% VT

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

VT?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I have been a total market index fund investor before crypto. Now that I'm into crypto and have become accustomed to some of the philosophies you find here I'm opting to invest more into a global ETF like VT rather than the US. I'd like to get into real estate as well.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

SPY and VOO both track the S&P500 index. VOO has a 0.03% expense ratio and SPY has a 0.09% expense ratio. For a buy and hold investor, you should buy VOO. Options traders prefer to use SPY since it has higher volume generally. As for other options, VT is a great all-in-one option with exposure to virtually all US and international stocks at a ~60/40 split. Many prefer more exposure to US stocks and opt to buy VTI for total US market and VXUS total international market at their preferred weight. As you approach retirement, you should also consider exposure to the bond market. BND is a good option there.

Mentions:#SPY#VOO#VT
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

*Cramer opens his mouth:* ![gif](giphy|idw3dW74u7VT9EfO4e)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

On YouTube. Very well made. https://youtu.be/_VT_zpHQzBE

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

VT/BTC/ETH and chill

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

ooh I know this one, it's because you can register salvage titled cars and cars from other states even if you don't live there. My MIL used to work at the VT DMV and they'd get people coming in from crazy far away to register cars that wouldn't be accepted in their home states.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

VT

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Bro could have just bought VT and called it a life

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

*As long as the hacker wears a black ski mask and black leather gloves inside his home, and as long as he uses and old VT-220 terminal with white text and a green background... there is no way to stop him without the aid of fictional female superheroes with tight uniforms and laaaaarge breasts...*

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

He’s one of the poorest members of Congress and known for being frugal. As a member of Congress, he is required to maintain a home in DC. He also has his family house in Burlington, where he served as Governor. His other house is a modest lake house in VT that his wife bought for <$600k after selling her family estate. His net worth is $2MM. At the age of 80+, having been a top US politician his whole life, the dude should have made more than that.

Mentions:#DC#VT#MM
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

![gif](giphy|S9oNGC1E42VT2JRysv|downsized)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Visible thinking routines are what Teachers use to guide their students’ thinking. But I think this VT routine suits our purpose very well How will you fill in the following visible thinking routine for FTX? I used to think… Now I think…

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

The one I used to use only required a phone number for smaller amounts. Beyond a certain amount then they require ID. I think at first it was $800, then later $400, then later I believe they started requiring ID for any amount (when selling, at least, I never bought from it). So it probably varies. There used to be a SkyHook bitcoin ATM at the mall in Burlington VT that required no ID, but it only sold bitcoin, you couldn't sell to it. It got shut down because the owner (a college kid) didn't have a MSB license though.

Mentions:#ATM#VT#MSB
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Excluding mandatory retirement savings: I'm 50% stocks (VT), 30% Bitcoin, 10% gold and 10% short term bonds.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

![gif](giphy|JT8C4IGZCqjhwr3VT8|downsized)

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Neat. Reminds me of the Skyhook bitcoin atm (which was also open source and easy to build yourself). Some college student in Burlington VT put one in the mall (next to a 3D printing kiosk) and was later shut down for not having a MSB license. IIRC he didn't get any fines, but they threatened to hit him hard if he didn't shut it down.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

>7ReplyGive Awa Uh so you decided to have a coin you didn't do any research on be your 2nd biggest bag? The foundation has been transparent with the vesting schedule and anyone who did a google search would have found out why algo's inflation was high in 2021 and why that wont be the case going forward. Dude just stick to VT.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

It's been brutal for everything. VT (total world market ETF) is down 19% year to date, inflation is running rampant, energy issues stemming from the Russian invasion. We are in a recession but none of the governments want to actually admit it.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I can see TA being useful as a tool and it is a tool that is always used by big banks or commodity traders. However you said it nicely in your post, it takes a lot of time and knowledge to get to a point utilizing it. For most people that’s just a waste of time and they are better off with DCA (also true for other asset classes) and use the time to learn other skills that improve somebodies career to earn more money to invest. Below starting capital of at least 100k, probably 1 Million, I don’t think the time spent is worth it. For somebody with an investable fortune of 1 Million, every 1% of higher return than the market is still only 10k per year which is way below minimum wage. (Of course this accumulates over many years but so are savings from promotions.) Additionally you also need the emotional discipline for trading and this skill is even harder to learn as demonstrated by many reputable Hedgefunds in the past that, out of nowhere, lose 50% in a day or a few weeks. Good luck recovering from that. All that to eventually be one of the (maybe) 1% of investors who can consistently outperform the market based on skill. Thank you but I rather stick to monkey style investing like VT because I don’t think my monkey brain can compete with high frequency trading algorithms like Renaissance Technologies has.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

10% btc, rest in VT and just ignore it. That's what I do now. Been great so far. I usually would dca but at that amount I'd just dump it all in.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Maybe only buy the top two coins…. Or maybe just invest in things with actual cash flow, like stocks and bonds and real estate. Anyone who is investing 90% of their investment portfolio purely into cryptocurrency is just asking to be taken to the market and flayed. Invest like 1-5% in crypto and the other 95% into something like VOO or VTI or VT. If cryptocurrency returns anything like posters here say it will. Your 1-5% allocation will be more than enough to get good returns. And if you get fleeced for all it’s worth and lose everything (which seems to be the norm in crypto) you actually aren’t down a whole lot of money.

Mentions:#VOO#VT
r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Maybe if you compare them to the broader crypto market, but cryptocurrencies are inherently an extremely risky asset class, even riskier than small-cap growth stocks which are basically lottery tickets. I’d argue the “safe” range for most people is somewhere between a total market index fund (like VT) and blue chip dividend payers (like KO)

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r/SatoshiStreetBetsSee Comment

I keep crypto stocks in Roth IRA: GBTC, ETHE, COIN I keep regular stocks in my Non-Roth IRA: VTI, VT, NIO 401k is pretty limited for options and will be different for everyone. Mine is Fidelity Growth Fund and Intel (Long)

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I tried every asset allocation and came to the conclusion i can sleep the best with: 90% VT total World Market by vanguard 10% split into BTC / ETH Do this for 20 years and you will have a stable fortune without big risks and live your live

Mentions:#VT#BTC#ETH
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Just add VT for diversity. K.I.S.S

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

VT and chill

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

VTI, VT, VXUS, VTSAX are also ones to look into if you don’t just wanna own the S&P 500

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

50% VT; 30% real estate; 15% VTI, 5% BTC

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I'm super boring and conservative with my investments. All I have is VT, VTI, a few pieces of real estate, and a little bit of BTC. This year has really stuck it in and broke it off..... except for the real estate, but that might be about to change too. I'm too stuck in my ways to start buying individual stocks now. Thanks for the suggestions though.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Really want to add that,in addition to everything you said, do not overweight your portfolio in crypto! You should be DCAing significantly more into VT, VTI, etc than all your Crypto combined. And investing what you can afford includes after saving for retirement, not just literally so you can still pay rent this month .

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

I think the ultimate message here is that every tool kit requires a numerous amount of tools and a wide variety of that: a plumber isn’t gonna say, “ oh, you know what, screwdriver suck and I’m never gonna own a screwdriver, I’ll never find any uses for screwdrivers – but wrenches, those are the best and I’ll only use wrenches…” at some point I think the responsible and prudent thing to do is to be dollar cost averaging into an all weather portfolio; have some gold, have some international and US stocks i.e. VT wax, have some bitcoin, have a REIT (VGSLX)/rental property, and have some cash for buying opportunities in all of these sectors… And if you’re dollar cost averaging into all of these overtime, you’re never really gonna get burned or feel buyers remorse- sure you may suffer the swings of the market, but that’s everyone –because you’ve made this a habit and a lifestyle: investing and saving. DCA and diversify, my friends.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I'd recommend checking out the Bogleheads method/subreddit some people go VT (world market) some people go VTI (small/mid/large cap of US market) some people go VOO (large cap of US market) some people go VTI + VXUS (also world market but lower expense ratio and more stocks than VT)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

[Favorite Gilfoyle crypto scene](https://youtu.be/81zBnjh2VT8)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

I think your heart is in the right place, but you need to be DCAing that money into something with real intrinsic value, like a good diversified basket of stocks — VT, for example. Crypto is headed towards its intrinsic value, which is zero.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Not a lot of places accept SPY or VT either. Use USD for your transactions, but don't horde it.

Mentions:#SPY#VT
r/BitcoinSee Comment

Yes. [Banking On Africa - The Bitcoin Revolution](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_VT_zpHQzBE)

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

A passive portfolio made just of 1 Total World ETF like VT will beat 90%+ of other portfolios imo...

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Real quick, if you are a Boglehead, the correct move is VT, but, if you are a Boglehead, you probably already know that.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Let's at least get VT with a pulse and cardiovert from there.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Degeneration of the VT intensifies

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

You really only included tech (which has taken a huge hit this year) and 2 meme stocks (why are these even here?) while excluding more traditional "blue chips". Take a look at PG (-10.33%), JNJ (+5%), KO (+7.23%), or WMT (-14.26%). Even just look at the total market VT (-17.05%). Crypto and tech are definitely losing more than the general market. I'm still not worried, but you should provide a better picture.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

A very clear lecture about UTXO's including why you can't re-broadcast confirmed transactions: [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VT2o4KCEbes](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VT2o4KCEbes)

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r/CryptoMarketsSee Comment

You should really educate yourself because if you don't understand such basic concepts you should only be buying Bitcoin and $VT.

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Go for the east ones like Alabama, Michigan, Delaware, etc. Avoid WA and VT by all costs. NY isn’t even possible unless you have political clout and at least $5M sitting around for bonding, insurance, and bribing.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Same is true if you had a European bank account. And? If you had all your money in bitcoin and lived in Ukraine and got killed VT a rocket guess what . . . Your family probably got nothing because they don't have your key. That sucks. And if you had a hardware wallet that you had to leave behind . . . Well also sucks. Terrible solution to non existent problem

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

VT is down - 15% S&P500 is down -12% Exxon is up +39% and they pay a 3,84% dividend What is your point exactly OP?

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