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Crypto in a nutshell… you think ya know but ya don’t know…

 
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Crypto in a nutshell… you think ya know but ya don’t know…
Already planned 15 years ago. A means to smuggle trillions of money out of China when they collapse China’s economy. China tried to ban outflowing Yuan and now cracking down on all cryptos.

Big empires playing chess games fellas. invest wisely.

As gold was used as a tool to smuggle wealth out of a country they’ve replaced it with Crypto.

Everything else is fog, chatter and should be deemed as such.
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If the price of crypto rises and Chinese markets fall… that’s when the war drums get louder. Get ready guys.
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do you sell paper maché from ditch reeds ?
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You noobs think crypto is decentralized currency… it is not. It’s only decentralizing China. But remember once the wealth has been smuggled the objective achieved… remember to diversify safely. invest wisely.
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do you sell paper maché from ditch reeds ?
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I sell something priceless… knowledge and truth. We are all pawns in this game.
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truth and knowledge is something GLP does not like it seems unless it’s from Q
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Re: Crypto in a nutshell… you think ya know but ya don’t know…
Already planned 15 years ago. A means to smuggle trillions of money out of China when they collapse China’s economy. China tried to ban outflowing Yuan and now cracking down on all cryptos.

Big empires playing chess games fellas. invest wisely.

As gold was used as a tool to smuggle wealth out of a country they’ve replaced it with Crypto.

Everything else is fog, chatter and should be deemed as such.
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With that in mind do you still recommend getting into BTC this late in the game?
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Re: Crypto in a nutshell… you think ya know but ya don’t know…
Bitcoin is super DE-centralized, and a bulletproof store of value (for long term HODLers, not silly day traders.)

Many other cryptos ARE centralized, though (like ETH), so be careful out there.

ETH could be destroyed fairly easily, even though it is the premier development platform (not currency.)

It is almost inconceivable that BTC could be wiped out, though.

Only a cabal of trillionaires could summon the necessary computing power to make a 51% attack on BTC. Even if such a cabal existed, they are probably benefiting from it, so it's a vanishingly unlikely scenario.

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If the price of crypto rises and Chinese markets fall… that’s when the war drums get louder. Get ready guys.
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So do you think Crypto will rise significantly once the market in China falls? If so, do you think it will remain high for an extended period or will it just be temporary?
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Re: Crypto in a nutshell… you think ya know but ya don’t know…
Already planned 15 years ago. A means to smuggle trillions of money out of China when they collapse China’s economy. China tried to ban outflowing Yuan and now cracking down on all cryptos.

Big empires playing chess games fellas. invest wisely.

As gold was used as a tool to smuggle wealth out of a country they’ve replaced it with Crypto.

Everything else is fog, chatter and should be deemed as such.
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With that in mind do you still recommend getting into BTC this late in the game?
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This is not investment advice (DYODD) but I believe it's inevitable that BTC will reach $1 million a coin before 2030.

Your choice.

drevil
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Re: Crypto in a nutshell… you think ya know but ya don’t know…
Bitcoin is super DE-centralized, and a bulletproof store of value (for long term HODLers, not silly day traders.)

Many other cryptos ARE centralized, though (like ETH), so be careful out there.

ETH could be destroyed fairly easily, even though it is the premier development platform (not currency.)

It is almost inconceivable that BTC could be wiped out, though.

Only a cabal of trillionaires could summon the necessary computing power to make a 51% attack on BTC. Even if such a cabal existed, they are probably benefiting from it, so it's a vanishingly unlikely scenario.

drevil
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like i said, if you look at history, today’s rhetoric, all governments’ stance and wealth (market cap) movements…. one thing points to anti-Chinese. It’s a means to liquidate Chinese assets when and if China tries to control their currencies and markets. EVERYTHING else is just fog.

One thing BTC has against it is it backed by ready for it…. nothing… but some collective “people” that has no military, no government, no rules. One thing it has going FOR it is… ya can’t short it.
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Re: Crypto in a nutshell… you think ya know but ya don’t know…
Bitcoin is super DE-centralized, and a bulletproof store of value (for long term HODLers, not silly day traders.)

Many other cryptos ARE centralized, though (like ETH), so be careful out there.

ETH could be destroyed fairly easily, even though it is the premier development platform (not currency.)

It is almost inconceivable that BTC could be wiped out, though.

Only a cabal of trillionaires could summon the necessary computing power to make a 51% attack on BTC. Even if such a cabal existed, they are probably benefiting from it, so it's a vanishingly unlikely scenario.

drevil
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like i said, if you look at history, today’s rhetoric, all governments’ stance and wealth (market cap) movements…. one thing points to anti-Chinese. It’s a means to liquidate Chinese assets when and if China tries to control their currencies and markets. EVERYTHING else is just fog.

One thing BTC has against it is it backed by ready for it…. nothing… but some collective “people” that has no military, no government, no rules. One thing it has going FOR it is… ya can’t short it.
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You don't think US will crack down to? Don't they want to record all transactions over 20k? saw an article yesterday
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If the price of crypto rises and Chinese markets fall… that’s when the war drums get louder. Get ready guys.
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So do you think Crypto will rise significantly once the market in China falls? If so, do you think it will remain high for an extended period or will it just be temporary?
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all I can say to you is diversify. don’t be greedy. accept a 10-20% annual return. A 20% return is crazy high if you get that consistently every year. On a 50K investment with a return of 20% in 25 years…. without adding more in you end up with $ 4.76Mill. Compounded Gains is your friend.

many have been burned trying to goto the moon and yolo’ing. Invest wisely and listen to billionaire investors not stock/crypto influencers.
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Re: Crypto in a nutshell… you think ya know but ya don’t know…
Bitcoin is super DE-centralized, and a bulletproof store of value (for long term HODLers, not silly day traders.)

Many other cryptos ARE centralized, though (like ETH), so be careful out there.

ETH could be destroyed fairly easily, even though it is the premier development platform (not currency.)

It is almost inconceivable that BTC could be wiped out, though.

Only a cabal of trillionaires could summon the necessary computing power to make a 51% attack on BTC. Even if such a cabal existed, they are probably benefiting from it, so it's a vanishingly unlikely scenario.

drevil
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like i said, if you look at history, today’s rhetoric, all governments’ stance and wealth (market cap) movements…. one thing points to anti-Chinese. It’s a means to liquidate Chinese assets when and if China tries to control their currencies and markets. EVERYTHING else is just fog.

One thing BTC has against it is it backed by ready for it…. nothing… but some collective “people” that has no military, no government, no rules. One thing it has going FOR it is… ya can’t short it.
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You don't think US will crack down to? Don't they want to record all transactions over 20k? saw an article yesterday
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Not crackdown like China outright bans it but regulate it which in my opinion means they support or atleast accepts it.
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Re: Crypto in a nutshell… you think ya know but ya don’t know…
Already planned 15 years ago. A means to smuggle trillions of money out of China when they collapse China’s economy. China tried to ban outflowing Yuan and now cracking down on all cryptos.

Big empires playing chess games fellas. invest wisely.

As gold was used as a tool to smuggle wealth out of a country they’ve replaced it with Crypto.

Everything else is fog, chatter and should be deemed as such.
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With that in mind do you still recommend getting into BTC this late in the game?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77665192


This is not investment advice (DYODD) but I believe it's inevitable that BTC will reach $1 million a coin before 2030.

Your choice.

drevil
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WOW! What do you feel about XLM?
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Already planned 15 years ago. A means to smuggle trillions of money out of China when they collapse China’s economy. China tried to ban outflowing Yuan and now cracking down on all cryptos.

Big empires playing chess games fellas. invest wisely.

As gold was used as a tool to smuggle wealth out of a country they’ve replaced it with Crypto.

Everything else is fog, chatter and should be deemed as such.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77470462


With that in mind do you still recommend getting into BTC this late in the game?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77665192


This is not investment advice (DYODD) but I believe it's inevitable that BTC will reach $1 million a coin before 2030.

Your choice.

drevil
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WOW! What do you feel about XLM?
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I used to own some XLM, but swapped it for ADA (which turned out to be a very good move.)

Just a tip (I shouldn't tell you, since I pay for this info) but you might look at 0X (ZRX) for a long term hold. It's under 90c right now (and this is in no way investment advice, you understand.)

I'm a HODLer, myself.

drevil
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With that in mind do you still recommend getting into BTC this late in the game?
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This is not investment advice (DYODD) but I believe it's inevitable that BTC will reach $1 million a coin before 2030.

Your choice.

drevil
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WOW! What do you feel about XLM?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78600034


I used to own some XLM, but swapped it for ADA (which turned out to be a very good move.)

Just a tip (I shouldn't tell you, since I pay for this info) but you might look at 0X (ZRX) for a long term hold. It's under 90c right now (and this is in no way investment advice, you understand.)

I'm a HODLer, myself.

drevil
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Thank you! I will have to see if Coinbase offers that one. I am a Crypto newbie so I am still trying to figure everything out.
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Re: Crypto in a nutshell… you think ya know but ya don’t know…
For newbies to the crypto space, I would suggest setting up a DCA (dollar cost average) purchase program for BTC, as a start.

Buy $25 or $50 or whatever you can reasonably afford, each week, EVERY week, no matter what the price is doing.

Do it for at least a year, and see what you get.

Don't go "all in" or try to time the market. Almost NOBODY can time a market, and those that sometimes manage to do so are almost always just lucky.

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Re: Crypto in a nutshell… you think ya know but ya don’t know…
Bitcoin is super DE-centralized, and a bulletproof store of value (for long term HODLers, not silly day traders.)

Many other cryptos ARE centralized, though (like ETH), so be careful out there.

ETH could be destroyed fairly easily, even though it is the premier development platform (not currency.)

It is almost inconceivable that BTC could be wiped out, though.

Only a cabal of trillionaires could summon the necessary computing power to make a 51% attack on BTC. Even if such a cabal existed, they are probably benefiting from it, so it's a vanishingly unlikely scenario.

drevil
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like i said, if you look at history, today’s rhetoric, all governments’ stance and wealth (market cap) movements…. one thing points to anti-Chinese. It’s a means to liquidate Chinese assets when and if China tries to control their currencies and markets. EVERYTHING else is just fog.

One thing BTC has against it is it backed by ready for it…. nothing… but some collective “people” that has no military, no government, no rules. One thing it has going FOR it is… ya can’t short it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77470462


BTC is backed by its Proof of Work ie. the electricity that has gone into creating it.

Listen to Michael Saylor's rationale for buying as much of it as he, personally, and his company can get their hands on.

drevil
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Thanks for the tips
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This is not investment advice (DYODD) but I believe it's inevitable that BTC will reach $1 million a coin before 2030.

Your choice.

drevil
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WOW! What do you feel about XLM?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78600034


I used to own some XLM, but swapped it for ADA (which turned out to be a very good move.)

Just a tip (I shouldn't tell you, since I pay for this info) but you might look at 0X (ZRX) for a long term hold. It's under 90c right now (and this is in no way investment advice, you understand.)

I'm a HODLer, myself.

drevil
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Thank you! I will have to see if Coinbase offers that one. I am a Crypto newbie so I am still trying to figure everything out.
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I'm sure Coinbase will have it, but I don't use centralized exchanges, anymore.

I did use Coinbase as my original fiat money "on ramp", but moved my BTC and ETH private keys into my own hardware wallet years ago.

Once you're holding your own private keys (always a good idea) you can send crypto from your wallet(s) to online exchange services, like simpleswap dot io (I bought a bunch of Theta token through this) or changeangel dot io.

Simpleswap gives you a wide range of coins and tokens to swap to/from, but it has higher fees than changeangel (which has a smaller range of coins/tokens to choose from.)

There are many online swap services that don't require KYC (Know Your Customer) so take a look around.

drevil
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Re: Crypto in a nutshell… you think ya know but ya don’t know…
Bitcoin is super DE-centralized, and a bulletproof store of value (for long term HODLers, not silly day traders.)

Many other cryptos ARE centralized, though (like ETH), so be careful out there.

ETH could be destroyed fairly easily, even though it is the premier development platform (not currency.)

It is almost inconceivable that BTC could be wiped out, though.

Only a cabal of trillionaires could summon the necessary computing power to make a 51% attack on BTC. Even if such a cabal existed, they are probably benefiting from it, so it's a vanishingly unlikely scenario.

drevil
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It would take about an hour to completely wipe out nearly all crypto.

Once someone has provably broken the 25519 cryptography that secures the blockchain and moved a few wallets around (don't need to steal anything) and posted a digitally signed message with the genesis block private key, it's toast.

You will have 100% selling and no buyers.

Where does that take the price?

ZERO, it's intrinsic value.

Play chess, not checkers. This will happen when they decide it happens.

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WOW! What do you feel about XLM?
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I used to own some XLM, but swapped it for ADA (which turned out to be a very good move.)

Just a tip (I shouldn't tell you, since I pay for this info) but you might look at 0X (ZRX) for a long term hold. It's under 90c right now (and this is in no way investment advice, you understand.)

I'm a HODLer, myself.

drevil
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Thank you! I will have to see if Coinbase offers that one. I am a Crypto newbie so I am still trying to figure everything out.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78600034


I'm sure Coinbase will have it, but I don't use centralized exchanges, anymore.

I did use Coinbase as my original fiat money "on ramp", but moved my BTC and ETH private keys into my own hardware wallet years ago.

Once you're holding your own private keys (always a good idea) you can send crypto from your wallet(s) to online exchange services, like simpleswap dot io (I bought a bunch of Theta token through this) or changeangel dot io.

Simpleswap gives you a wide range of coins and tokens to swap to/from, but it has higher fees than changeangel (which has a smaller range of coins/tokens to choose from.)

There are many online swap services that don't require KYC (Know Your Customer) so take a look around.

drevil
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Thank you! thumbs
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Re: Crypto in a nutshell… you think ya know but ya don’t know…
Already planned 15 years ago. A means to smuggle trillions of money out of China when they collapse China’s economy. China tried to ban outflowing Yuan and now cracking down on all cryptos.

Big empires playing chess games fellas. invest wisely.

As gold was used as a tool to smuggle wealth out of a country they’ve replaced it with Crypto.

Everything else is fog, chatter and should be deemed as such.
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What's your take on the New DID. Global Decentralized Identity.

Like NFTs..

I'm not big in crypto. Or terms.
But there is a new market in Block Chained Decentralized Biometric Digital Identity.

The shit the [email protected] receipt will be replaced with next month.
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Wow, a good factual thread on this forum. Quite rare indeed. Thank you for the contribution!
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Re: Crypto in a nutshell… you think ya know but ya don’t know…
Bitcoin is super DE-centralized, and a bulletproof store of value (for long term HODLers, not silly day traders.)

Many other cryptos ARE centralized, though (like ETH), so be careful out there.

ETH could be destroyed fairly easily, even though it is the premier development platform (not currency.)

It is almost inconceivable that BTC could be wiped out, though.

Only a cabal of trillionaires could summon the necessary computing power to make a 51% attack on BTC. Even if such a cabal existed, they are probably benefiting from it, so it's a vanishingly unlikely scenario.

drevil
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It would take about an hour to completely wipe out nearly all crypto.

Once someone has provably broken the 25519 cryptography ...
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Well, of course, and how likely is that?

Do you know?

IF someone manages to "crack" SHA-256, we're all fucked, too.

IF my auntie had balls she'd be my uncle ...

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Re: Crypto in a nutshell… you think ya know but ya don’t know…
Bitcoin is super DE-centralized, and a bulletproof store of value (for long term HODLers, not silly day traders.)

Many other cryptos ARE centralized, though (like ETH), so be careful out there.

ETH could be destroyed fairly easily, even though it is the premier development platform (not currency.)

It is almost inconceivable that BTC could be wiped out, though.

Only a cabal of trillionaires could summon the necessary computing power to make a 51% attack on BTC. Even if such a cabal existed, they are probably benefiting from it, so it's a vanishingly unlikely scenario.

drevil
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78507753


It would take about an hour to completely wipe out nearly all crypto.

Once someone has provably broken the 25519 cryptography that secures the blockchain and moved a few wallets around (don't need to steal anything) and posted a digitally signed message with the genesis block private key, it's toast.

You will have 100% selling and no buyers.

Where does that take the price?

ZERO, it's intrinsic value.

Play chess, not checkers. This will happen when they decide it happens.
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Already planned 15 years ago. A means to smuggle trillions of money out of China when they collapse China’s economy. China tried to ban outflowing Yuan and now cracking down on all cryptos.

Big empires playing chess games fellas. invest wisely.

As gold was used as a tool to smuggle wealth out of a country they’ve replaced it with Crypto.

Everything else is fog, chatter and should be deemed as such.
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Gold is worth money. It's used for jewelry and in industry. It can't be cloned.

'Crypto' is a 0 or 1 in an excel spreadsheet. It can be copied or 'forked' onto another chain and sold on any illegal exchange.

'Crypto' price is fraudulently based on the price of so-called 'stablecoins' which have not been proven to have backing by any real currency.

Ergo, entire price of 'crypto' is fraudulent. Big players cannot extract 'fiat' from the crypto-ecosystem as not enough 'fiat' exists within it.
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I used to own some XLM, but swapped it for ADA (which turned out to be a very good move.)

Just a tip (I shouldn't tell you, since I pay for this info) but you might look at 0X (ZRX) for a long term hold. It's under 90c right now (and this is in no way investment advice, you understand.)

I'm a HODLer, myself.

drevil
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Thank you! I will have to see if Coinbase offers that one. I am a Crypto newbie so I am still trying to figure everything out.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78600034


I'm sure Coinbase will have it, but I don't use centralized exchanges, anymore.

I did use Coinbase as my original fiat money "on ramp", but moved my BTC and ETH private keys into my own hardware wallet years ago.

Once you're holding your own private keys (always a good idea) you can send crypto from your wallet(s) to online exchange services, like simpleswap dot io (I bought a bunch of Theta token through this) or changeangel dot io.

Simpleswap gives you a wide range of coins and tokens to swap to/from, but it has higher fees than changeangel (which has a smaller range of coins/tokens to choose from.)

There are many online swap services that don't require KYC (Know Your Customer) so take a look around.

drevil
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Thank you! thumbs
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You're welcome.

Also, bear in mind that if you want to swap back into dollars, there are "stablecoins" that mimic the US dollar on a (usually extremely close) 1:1 basis.

I would use USDC, personally. I would not use USDT (aka Tether.)

The advantage of this is that you are not creating a taxable event, as you would if you sold your holdings on an exchange for actual dollars.

You can keep stablecoins in a load of different wallets. I use Atomic Wallet, which also allows a wide range of swapping as a built-in feature.

drevil
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I think cryptocurrency is what's causing the desperation in the elite to do things so extreme like mandating these vaccines

They're losing control quickly

I think if crypto didn't exist a ridiculously amount more people would be in the stock market helping prop it up

What we are seeing is the new generation refusing to fund corporation and instead put their investments in decentralized finance

We are destroying them by creating systems where our money is free from there monitoring and taxation

We are starving the beast
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I think cryptocurrency is what's causing the desperation in the elite to do things so extreme like mandating these vaccines

They're losing control quickly

I think if crypto didn't exist a ridiculously amount more people would be in the stock market helping prop it up

What we are seeing is the new generation refusing to fund corporation and instead put their investments in decentralized finance

We are destroying them by creating systems where our money is free from there monitoring and taxation

We are starving the beast
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norespect

If they wanted to 'shut down crypto' all they have to do is shutdown your fiat offramp exchanges. Literally that easy.

Since crypto isn't actually used anywhere for 'payments' (since coinbros gave up on it being money and now call it 'store of value'), and as crypto is only used for gambling, shutting down the 2-3 fiat offramps like coinbase and kraken would effectively kill crypto.

You're trading suduko puzzles back in forth and pretending they have value.
Yes Moran - Adolph Shitler was a Meth-Addict (pervatin) Loser who Invaded Russia in the Winter. Your 'deep research' consisting of Nazi propaganda on Bitchute only suits the dimwitted trailer-dweller.





GLP