Jews Destroy Crypto, No One Notices

William Moore
William Moore

This is the most important line, first:

Exempt securities are notably limited for sale to so-called accredited investors only — defined in the U.S. as either individuals with a net worth of over $1 million, or who have consistently made $200,000+ per year in income, or as enterprises with over $5 million in assets.

——- now the article ——-

2018 Sees 550% Uptick in Exempt ICO Securities Offerings Filed With the US SEC: Report

2018 witnessed a significant uptick in the number of initial coin offerings (ICOs) authorized by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to sell securities to large-scale investors, according to financial news channel MarketWatch, Jan. 11.
MarketWatch reportedly compiled its data for 2018 by searching the SEC’s Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis, and Retrieval (EDGAR) system for keywords such as “coin,” “ICO,” “token,” “initial coin offering” and “saft.”
Their research reportedly found 287 results for evidently ICO-related fundraisings that were accepted by the agency to offer securities under what is known as a Form D exemption.
Form D is essentially a short registration form in which a company discloses essential information for prospective investors in its securities issuance. The form is notably much shorter that the lengthy reports that are required ahead of sales of a non-exempt security to U.S. investors. Form Ds can also reportedly be filed post-factum, up to 15 days after the first sale has taken place.

Exempt securities are notably limited for sale to so-called accredited investors only — defined in the U.S. as either individuals with a net worth of over $1 million, or who have consistently made $200,000+ per year in income, or as enterprises with over $5 million in assets.

<accredited investors only
<individuals with a net worth of over $1 million, or who have consistently made $200,000+ per year in income
<only shabbos goyim allowed

TLDR: Do you have a million dollars laying around? Do you make 200k every year consistently? No? Buying crypto is illegal for you, in the near future. Thank Jews and Ripple. The lemmings ate up the "this will bring in institutional money" trash while not realizing yea, after they are all forced to sell out of it and giving their coins to millionaires for a fraction of a penny on the dollar.

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cointelegraph.com/news/2018-sees-550-uptick-in-exempt-ico-securities-offerings-filed-with-the-us-sec-report
news.bitcoin.com/etherdelta-founder-fined-400k-for-operating-unregistered-securities-exchange/
archive.is/HsgTj

Jose Miller
Jose Miller

cointelegraph.com/news/2018-sees-550-uptick-in-exempt-ico-securities-offerings-filed-with-the-us-sec-report

Oh, the article. Im not archiving it, tough shit. I posted all the important stuff anyways.

Robert Allen
Robert Allen

Do we know the rationale behind accreditation for investion in thr first place?

Christopher Stewart
Christopher Stewart

Managing stupid goyims risk, youre too dumb and unreliable to invest. In reality its just there to stop you from squirreling away 100$ a month every month and turning it into a large amount you can retire on, or pass to your children, giving them a better life. Its designed to force you into the minimum wage rat race where you always struggle to make your food and rent budgets.
It means you can buy crypto, through a broker, so you have to pay him to control everything and you have no power. You cant send your crypto, it totally defeats the purpose of owning it, you cant use it on the platform, nothing. It destroys crypto entirely. So youre paying them 100$ a month to hold 300$ in crypto, the point is that whatever gains you make are erased by the forced and legally mandated asshole who controls your crypto and who you have to pay to do so. Then, when you do decide to sell, you pick up your phone and call him to say "Hey, sell sometime this day, whenever you get around to it" which happens to be at the daily flash crash low, you got fucked again. Its just a series of walls to fuck over goyim, nothing more, nothing less. Less goyish money = less children able to be afforded.

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Anthony Garcia
Anthony Garcia

If i understand correctly - cryptocurrency was a divergent currency with no central organization processing it. This new rule will require exempt securities (cryptocoins) to be processed by an approved shekel-counter.
Is that about right?

Julian Nelson
Julian Nelson

Didnt mean to sage that last one, although I dont think it bumps my own thread anyways.

Blake Bell
Blake Bell

Fucking sage suck..

Julian Martinez
Julian Martinez

Sorry user, this stuff confuses the shit out of me. Can you tell me if is correct?

Henry Diaz
Henry Diaz

That about sums it up. It wont be able to totally crush crypto, only the cucks who follow rules and refuse to use decentralized exchanges or 1 to 1 physical purchases with cash in a mcdonalds. Monero is still totally private, they cant tell how much you have, where, when its sent, who its sent to. Nothing. Americans dont have to pay tax on Monero for example because its not able to be enforced.

Jace Myers
Jace Myers

Thanks. This subject is so arcane and weird.

Ethan Martin
Ethan Martin

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Levi Martinez
Levi Martinez

(or maybe i'm just dumb, not sure)

Anthony Ramirez
Anthony Ramirez

Hm okay, let me see if I understand this one…
So this guy had an audit. They seized all kinds of cryptocurrency, and 'an unknown amount of Monero'. Why can't they tell how much Monero he had?

Anthony Jones
Anthony Jones

oops sorry
Monero is still totally private, they cant tell how much you have, where, when its sent, who its sent to. Nothing. Americans dont have to pay tax on Monero for example because its not able to be enforced.
I still don't get why they can't tell how much he had, to be honest

Jonathan Gonzalez
Jonathan Gonzalez

To give a quick rundown, everyone holds the "blockchain" and the client that processes the transactions on their computer if they have a core client, which just means the real bitcoin client made before any exchanges or third party wallets developed to hold peoples currency. So its decentralized, they can shut down 50 people but the blockchain remains on everyones computers, constantly updating, it cant be shut down, it operates on its own without human intervention - or at least it operates by the miners running complex math problems with a sort of trial and error method of finding the specific code to unlock a block, thats my understanding anyways. So the miners are given the new coins, until they reach the limit which is like 24 million bitcoin for example I think, 48m Litecoin, each one is different. At the limit, they get paid in the transaction fees instead of new coins, and those fees will be worth a lot of money.
Mining is its own thing, not super relevant, getting off topic. So yea its totally uncontrolled by kikes, has a finite supply - so the earlier you buy the more profit you will make, pretty much forever, or until Bitcoin is replaced by something that can handle 1000 transactions per second instead of only like 50 - which will likely happen eventually.
They want to kike all this and replace it with a non-blockchain coin, thats centralized, favors Jewish regulation and does everything it can to accommodate banks. Banks love it, theyre buying it, theyre trading with it. Bitcoin was supposed to do that, but its decentralized so they couldnt have that. Theyre trying to undermine cryptos use case and keep it marginalized with their Jew regulations and the associated Jew regulation coin.

Tyler Jenkins
Tyler Jenkins

They would have had his wallet keys on the computer but were unable to get into his account, my guess. Monero has a password on top of the keys, it can be a very long one so as to prevent quantum computers from hacking it.

Samuel Miller
Samuel Miller

Really dont know why I keep getting saged.

Aiden Rogers
Aiden Rogers

Thank you, my understanding of this was shaky at best.
They want to kike all this and replace it with a non-blockchain coin, thats centralized
oy vey
Theyre trying to undermine cryptos use case and keep it marginalized with their Jew regulations and the associated Jew regulation coin.
This seems like huge news. I guess not enough people understand it enough to care.
Gotcha. I guess that makes Monero the most decentralized, unkiked crypto?

Michael Gutierrez
Michael Gutierrez

I swear to God the lengths to which some of you guys will go to find a secret Jewish plot is completely ridiculous. This is the kind of shit that made the term "wingnut" come into use.
OP IS AN ILLITERATE FAGGOT

From the article:
Just this week, a Florida congressman proposed that most cryptocurrencies should not be regulated by the SEC, arguing that applying federal securities laws to crypto “can be very intense and hurt the market unless it is truly a security.”

The entire point of limiting ICOs to accredited investors is to prevent a constant stream of worthless shitcoins being created by scammers to inflate the value via ICO sales and then dump them all. Allowing this would destroy the cryptocurrency market by undermining trust in coins as a whole.

THERE IS NOTHING IN THIS ARTICLE TALKING ABOUT BANNING CRYPTO SALES TO ANYONE BUT JEWS.
CONGRESS DOESN'T WANT THEM REGULATED
THE S.E.C. DOESN'T REGULATE CRYPTOCOINS OTHERWISE
THIS ENTIRE THREAD IS DISINFORMATION

Samuel Collins
Samuel Collins

Well its ambiguous who is more decentralized than another, they all operate on peoples computers but theres a concept called a "51% attack" where if one person or one combined entity or collaborating force owns 51% of all the coins, they form the consensus on new transactions and can actually "double spend" or effectively create new coins out of thin air, when they send money to an account but dont lose the money from their sending account. They then normally sell all those coins on an exchange and tank the price.
So some of these coins have like 1% who own 90% sort of thing, its totally possible a couple of them could get together and fuck the whole network over, even a government could hypothetically do that - to a single coin - if they started buying it all up for billions of dollars. Even still, it could be forked prior to that happening Im sure.
So Dash for example has a wallet that owns more than 51%, 1 guy, or exchange, or mining outfit or whatever could fuck the network over today if they desired. The more the currency is held in the hands of a tiny few, the less decentralized it truly is, as the power is centralized in one location.
So you need the numbers for that, Monero however is mined by cryptojacking bots, everyones mining it, websites mine it, its all over. Likely very decentralized.
1 state congressman proposed some horseshit that will get thrown out
Its fucking nothing. You also just defended the "stupid goyim cant be trusted with their own money" garbage likely knowing full well that MONEY IS SPEECH

Ryder Lopez
Ryder Lopez

Also, yes, the SEC does regulate and go after people.
news.bitcoin.com/etherdelta-founder-fined-400k-for-operating-unregistered-securities-exchange/
This guy had to pay 400k disgorgement (which means he got a slap on the wrist) to the SEC. KYS kike.

Jack Mitchell
Jack Mitchell

Fucking sages again.

Ian Rivera
Ian Rivera

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has published details of a cease and desist order it has taken against Zachary Coburn, the operator of Etherdelta. The decentralized ER20 token exchange was the leading Ethereum DEX during its peak, executing more than 3.6 million orders. According to the SEC, many of those orders were for unregistered security tokens.
I guess Ill explain this a bit for context: Ethereum is the foundation they build decentralized apps on, which are apps that no one controls and cant be shut down by kikes, like a betting platform called Augur. Anyways, all tokens built on top of Ethereum are "ERC20" tokens and can be stored in any ERC20 wallet, which makes it easy to have a wallet with 100 cryptos instead of 1-3. It makes a platform anyone can make a decentralized coin on.

So these new coins being launched are traditionally traded on decentralized exchanges, which is a software program people run on their computer with no oversight from above, in theory - they arent perfect yet. So this guy had a program, he didnt even control it really, that settled peoples trades automatically and independently. The SEC said those ERC20 coins are unregistered securities (and if they were registered you wouldnt be allowed to buy them, goy). Then they made the exchange owner pay 400k, which is getting off light, they could have thrown him in prison and hit him for tens of millions. Thats what the SEC does, the guy saying the SEC doesnt regulate coins is a shill for regulations.

Parker Ramirez
Parker Ramirez

go eat some matzo, i'm trying to learn
Well, this is pretty interesting. I have nothing to add except thanks for the lesson

Jack Turner
Jack Turner

Its a subject they teach university classes on and it gets extremely complicated very fast once you get beyond the elaborated basics. If theres people who know nothing, people who have a primer understanding, people who have an intermediate understanding and experts, Im intermediate. The gap from intermediate to expert is like a 90 degree angle on a difficulty chart.

Camden Parker
Camden Parker

I believe it, it's a clusterfuck of obscure knowledge. I'm going to read the info here after I get a snack.

Easton Rogers
Easton Rogers

For the record a security is pretty much another word for stocks, I think bonds are classified too. I never invested in the stock market so I just know because of crypto news. Anyways, theres a "promise of monetary gain" involved. A currency is not a security, none of these should be securities except ironically, Ripple, because they sell the launched coin on their website and hold a significant amount of it (60% of all coins) as a private company. Its effectively their stock, illegally unregistered. Its totally centralized, they have about 20 node holders who are approved and do everything they are told, the nodes confirm or disapprove transactions, or take your money away arbitrarily because youre racist. Thats Ripple.

Joshua Murphy
Joshua Murphy

Like its not even a blockchain, its just a ledger they add information to. Theres no approval really, its just a typical payments processing program except it keeps a bit of a record so they can tax you easier. Mastercard with an anal probe and IRS synergy.

Owen Gutierrez
Owen Gutierrez

Or Paypal more appropriately, thats what they want is to turn a decentralized crypto where you control your money into Paypal for cryptocurrency, where racists get banned and only good goyim can use it.

Daniel Brooks
Daniel Brooks

Deflationary assets aren't currency

Brandon Bell
Brandon Bell

Of course its currency, its currency that appreciates in value which is a good thing. Its not deflationary, theres a limited amount of it. Its just that it increases in value as more people use it.

Nathaniel Ramirez
Nathaniel Ramirez

Crypto is this: Whites buy early, market takes off, were all millionaires on third world and boomer late buyer bucks, we use the money for political causes to save our race. Its important to stopping white genocide and taking back power. The key is for us to get in early and the rest of the shithole world, minus Korea and Japan because they already got in ahead of us, and then the shitskins are paying us when they have to adopt it late because they had no infrastructure.

Caleb Wilson
Caleb Wilson

currency that appreciates in value is a good thing
In other words
<I have never picked up a macro book in my life

Logan Reed
Logan Reed

Its an international currency, its like having the world use it as a reserve currency. Of course its good. Thats why the US dollar is so strong in comparison to everyone elses money. Strong currency being a bad thing is a kike trick.

Dominic Cooper
Dominic Cooper

Whenever the Canadian government is struggling and going to shit, they start talking about how awesome a devalued dollar is. Its not, thats a lie.

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Christian Powell
Christian Powell

What makes you think strong and deflationary are the same thing?

Jayden Cooper
Jayden Cooper

The first paragraph under greentext I don't really understand much of, but I appreciate it anyway. Second paragraph I understood most of. For the record a security is pretty much another word for stocks,
Holy shit thank you, that clears things up. Sorry for my ignorance, too much knowledge in the world.

Jack Carter
Jack Carter

Let me guess, you also think that protectionist trade policy and tariffs and generally anything National Socialist Germany did is bad too. Whats the deflation for Moishe, usury.

Thomas Jackson
Thomas Jackson

You didn't answer my question

Michael Morris
Michael Morris

If you can't touch it it isn't real. It doesn't matter how jewish the people who own it are. You're paying money for fucking nothing. The idea is inherently kiked at its core.

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Xavier Rogers
Xavier Rogers

Your question is stupid, the US dollar doesnt deflate if you mean remove money supply.

Luke Myers
Luke Myers

PoW coins arguably deflate because they lose money every transaction which goes to people who had to put in a cost to earn it, the electricity cost is the deflation.

Brandon Hernandez
Brandon Hernandez

kike women love this movie for some reason.

David Lee
David Lee

First of all, I'm talking about any crypto with a mining cap. Second, no fiat can be deflationary in reality, so obviously the USD isn't.

Cameron Cox
Cameron Cox

Stagnate isnt deflate, I was trying to do 7 things at once.

Noah Anderson
Noah Anderson

So youre saying because it costs a fraction of a cent to send a million dollars that its not a currency, when it will cost you 15% or more to trade currency at an exchange dollar for yen for example. Its a convenience fee, not deflation.

Zachary Bailey
Zachary Bailey

Really its a stupid assertion, Ive got so many ways to attack it Im stumbling over myself to pick one.

Carson Foster
Carson Foster

Its private money you can send across borders instantly, its use case is to undercut western union and SWIFT which is the international banking system, it also just cut Iran out for example, locked them out of bank transfers. It has inherent value, its limited in number, its private, you control it instead of a bank. Its like making you a bank, you could hold peoples money for them and pay them interest for putting it in yours, you could loan shark, you could do all sorts of things.

Cameron Baker
Cameron Baker

It doesn't fucking exist. You're brainwashed. If you spent your money on this foolishness instead of food and bullets and precious metals you're fucking retarded.

Christian Bell
Christian Bell

Its open source, which means everyone can see the code, it very much exists.

Charles Morales
Charles Morales

CONGRESS DOESN'T WANT THEM REGULATED
On one hand its an interesting thought, that someone like Trump would replace that FED with crypto curreny, but on the other hand its just as shit really, because its not based on material securities, its just another trust based system that could become worthless over night.

Ayden Smith
Ayden Smith

One doesn't negate access to the other, y'know

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Colton Garcia
Colton Garcia

Btw its already funding white nationalism, activists are living off it right now. People send it privately, no name attached, nothing. 10 minutes later the people who fight with antifa on the front lines are 1000$ richer and have their travel costs paid. Thats crypto, deal with it. It takes the power away from banks, thats why its most important. Instead of kikes being able to loan, they cant, but you hypothetically could. Not saying thats the advantage, the point is that all the power has been taken from kikes, banking is now in the hands of goyim.

Dominic Robinson
Dominic Robinson

Why aren't you killing jews yet?

Samuel Long
Samuel Long

I'm glad it's being utilized for a good purpose. But it's still a kiked idea that can very much fail when the power goes out and you can't get your fucking money.

Isaiah Nguyen
Isaiah Nguyen

Back to the drawing board, Chatzkel.
Its a global currency, global power is not going out. Its recorded everywhere, youd have to lose literally every computers memory. Even without power, it stays intact.

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Isaac Diaz
Isaac Diaz

Really even without the memory, paper wallets survive.

Nicholas Mitchell
Nicholas Mitchell

The whole banking system is digital anyways, if you think youre getting your cash out of the bank when the power goes out youre retarded

Sebastian Williams
Sebastian Williams

It was bound to happen, sooner or later.
You're all just goy, you really didn't think you'd be allowed to own anything without the chosen getting their cut, did you?
You're slaves.
A percentage of the sweat of your brow belongs to the Jew.
And what good is a slave that doesn't work for you?

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Brayden Wright
Brayden Wright

ICOs are not crypto tho

Joshua Powell
Joshua Powell

Fiat money doesn't exist.
But you bought guns, food, and bullets with it.

Liam Richardson
Liam Richardson

People send it privately, no name attached, nothing
Good luck trying to buy some bitcoin without your name attached especially if you aren't in a major city. Then, once you send some bitcoin to anyone who knows your name, they know your wallet and can see who you sent money to.

It's not really anonymous. Supposedly monero is, so far. Bitcoin is not, some places call it pseudoanonymous.

Noah Hughes
Noah Hughes

accredited investors only
For the record, the Supreme Court just upheld an Oregon man's right to call himself an 'Engineer' because the state was in violation of his freedom of speech. Also, money is speech, thanks to the Supreme Court, thus
NOBODY CAN RESTRICT YOUR CONSTITUTIONALLY PROTECTED SPEECH
Therefore, anybody can be an investor, advidor, banker, and so on, nobody can fine, sue, or jail you for it. Nobody can take your crypto or limit your access to it through unconstitutional regulation beause every action you take is protected speech.

Kayden Walker
Kayden Walker

if you cant touh it
it isn't real
MY LOVE FOR HITLER IS REAL
Why can't I touch it ?

Hunter Jones
Hunter Jones

HA but they can't limit it to anybody without violating constitution. Everybody is equal or the whole thing falls apart. Announce an ICO of some shit coin and sue anybody that tries to stop you. Guaranteed win.

Zachary Howard
Zachary Howard

The only money that's "real" is gold and silver, and that's because it's also a commodity.
When you buy and sell with gold and silver, you are really just trading a commodity for a commodity.

Isaac Myers
Isaac Myers

Good thing bitcoin isn't defined as a security by the SEC and only morons would HODL a shitcoin (i.e. every other crypto).
This is just another scam to separate idiots from their money. "Institutional investors" are the biggest idiots around and >90% lose all their money no matter what they invest in. Same for hedge funds.
SAGE

Isaiah Wright
Isaiah Wright

Well its ambiguous who is more decentralized than another, they all operate on peoples computers but theres a concept called a "51% attack" where if one person or one combined entity or collaborating force owns 51% of all the coins
Wrong. The 51% attack refers to the current network computational power rather than who holds what coins.

they form the consensus on new transactions and can actually "double spend" or effectively create new coins out of thin air, when they send money to an account but dont lose the money from their sending account. They then normally sell all those coins on an exchange and tank the price.
Eh, that is only one relatively minor threat. Once you have 51% of the computational power, you control the vote over what the next block in the chain is. You can then hard fork the entire currency, change the number of coins per block, etc.

So some of these coins have like 1% who own 90% sort of thing, its totally possible a couple of them could get together and fuck the whole network over
Again, it's not about who holds the coins but who has the miners. The answer to who has the miners for the established coins is "the Chinese" (no doubt kikes are involved too). Having 1% own 90% of the coins is a different kind of threat, with analogs in regular finance (e.g. the threat that this individual could crash the market by flooding it beyond its depth).

So you need the numbers for that, Monero however is mined by cryptojacking bots, everyones mining it, websites mine it, its all over. Likely very decentralized.
Monero is very resistant to ASIC mining, and the lead devs poison-pilled the currency by changing their algorithm when an asic miner came out (making it worthless). This was to keep it decentralized. Monero is the most private cryptocurrency. Almost all the rest of the cryptocurrencies are the opposite of private. Imagine if everyone in your country had a copy of a ledger that showed how every currency note you ever received or spent was used and which wallet received it/spent it. That's most cryptos, including bitcoin. Monero is different.

Samuel Nelson
Samuel Nelson

That cap

I'm FBI, what are you McFly, chicken?

Yeah, it never worked on me.

Elijah Howard
Elijah Howard

Ethereum isn't defined as a security by SEC neither archive.is/HsgTj

Ryan Lopez
Ryan Lopez

Crypto is not "destroyed" retards.

Julian Ward
Julian Ward

: Ethereum is the foundation they build decentralized apps on,
see

Michael Bennett
Michael Bennett

Imagine if everyone in your country had a copy of a ledger that showed how every currency note you ever received or spent was used and which wallet received it/spent it. That's most cryptos, including bitcoin.
Good summary. The real problem is that these transactions NEVER go away, and are subject to analysis in the future. Just wait until some online marketplace is compromised (like silkroad, oops) and the feds have bitcoin addresses and names associated with them. They probably know the ownership of 20-50% of wallets, and could lean on these people (I see you like to buy narcotics online. We'd like to know who this particular transaction was with…) to learn most of the rest.

There are very few transactions where you can remain completely anonymous. Cash with FTF transactions is probably the best bet.

Grayson Williams
Grayson Williams

Seriously though, read how Monero solves these problems. No other cryptocurrency comes close. All cryptos have risk, and probably the biggest risk with Monero is the smaller market cap/market depth vs better known cryptos. Also, hardware wallets haven't quite caught up on Monero support yet.

Hudson Watson
Hudson Watson

They didn't sieze the crypto, they were able to figure out how much cryptocurrency passed through his platform, but couldn't figure it out for Monero.

Cameron Cruz
Cameron Cruz

Really, bitcoin is the only game if you actually want to use crypto to pay for something. Monero is thinly traded as fuck, which you mention, no where can I pay cash for Monero, which means I'm stuck with a 20% hit round trip on bitcoin, and then whatever gap to convert bitcoin to monero. Probably looking at 30-40% hit getting monero. It's just not worth it, even assuming you can even find
something to buy with monero.

Lucas Roberts
Lucas Roberts

Can you by products wholesale with Monero, then start an online retail shop?

William Ross
William Ross

Shitcoins will be shitcoins.

Kevin Nelson
Kevin Nelson

You will never be able to creating a crypto currency without the investment banks taking all of you for a ride. And here is the thing about investment banks, they only hire the brightest, smartest people. They don't give a shit about finance degrees because they can teach the finance themselves. They hire doctors, engineers, and people of that caliber who have far more knowledge of various sectors of the economy. And here is another thing, they will just invent their own crypto currency right out from underneath your bitcoins and they will find a way to force you into it and then destroy it if need be. You will be destroyed.

And who wants crypto anyway? The government and economy is TRILLIONS in debt. You want to own REAL TANGIBLE ASSETS in an event like this. Once the leverage gets pulled from the economy via rising interest rates you will see assets collapse and the government will try to alleviate the consequences of this by printing dollars. OWN REAL ASSETS like land, gold, silver, bullets, NOT COLLECTIBLES.

Benjamin Ortiz
Benjamin Ortiz

Does anyone else's heart tell them cryptos are completely irrelevant? I sense they will be used, sure, but it won't actually affect much unless you hold some shitcoin that gets nuked. If they want a cashless society they can do it with or without crypto.

At the end of the day the powerful will always control the money supply and the power will be in the hands of whoever has the most might. Crypto is essentially just digital dollars ffs.

Camden Bailey
Camden Bailey

lol, they're protecting dumb fucks like you from losing all your money to ponzis

Jayden Cox
Jayden Cox

They don't control Bitcoin, you everlasting retard.

Brody Thompson
Brody Thompson

Uh, mostly what you can buy online with crypto is drugs. I really wouldn't think buying wholesale and distributing locally online would be all that wise.

And assuming you could buy something legal with monero, why would you set up a shop just so you could resell what you bought with monero? Further, why would you deal with the 30% or more transaction costs of using monero if what you were selling were legal? I can't think of a scenario where this makes any sense.

Luis Taylor
Luis Taylor

Keep in mind that BTC isn't fully anonymous either, this means that kikes can calculate your wallet and imprison you.

The only way to circumvent this is to use Monero entirely since it's purely anonymous or to have a private and public BTC wallet.

Ayden Stewart
Ayden Stewart

The only way to circumvent this is to use Monero entirely since it's purely anonymous
What other crypto are highly by design anonymous and worth mentioning? As payment tool?

Caleb Howard
Caleb Howard

Probably looking at 30-40% hit getting monero. It's just not worth it, even assuming you can even find something to buy with monero.
It really depends on your goals. If your goal is to create & promote a viable alternative to the current kiked currency then that's one thing, and to that end bitcoin (or other more popular cryptos) would be a good choice. If you want completely untraceable transactions and privacy to the degree that you could launder money, Monero is the only option currently available. In such a context, even a 30-40% hit would be acceptable.

Ideally we could have both a kike-free and private medium of exchange, ala monero (or something equivalent). It's about getting traction. Recall the stories in the early days involving people paying ludicrous amounts of bitcoins for trinkets, and people mocking the trinket sellers for getting worthless bitcoins in exchange for a tangible good. The current problem you described is surmountable, but I definitely agree everyone should be aware of all the risks involved in whatever crypto one chooses to use.

Leo Richardson
Leo Richardson

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Mason Phillips
Mason Phillips

what did kek mean by this?

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Levi Morris

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Adrian Phillips
Adrian Phillips

its a bot you retard

Julian Hernandez
Julian Hernandez

Checked

Tyler Ward
Tyler Ward

nice get
what a guy

Ethan Jenkins
Ethan Jenkins

I don't want the thread to derrail onto whole /biz/ crypto shilling but it's disgusting how 4/biz/ has fallen so hard. The amount of hebraic schemes and behaviours I've seen there were next to none. Porn being spammed everywhere along with constant one liners didn't help at all.
Here's the thing, why other coins besides BTC? After what happened with gab and bitchute bitcoin is going to start playing a strong hand fighting against regulation of who can use a service. What other purpose (besides monero) can other tokens serve? Most of what I've seen seemed to be just gimmicks and one liners that don't mean a lot

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Josiah Brooks
Josiah Brooks

The amount of hebraic schemes and behaviours I've seen there were next to none.
TBH, it seems like everything related to crypto has insane amounts of fraud and kikery. Even down to shit like hardware wallets requiring multiple ways to prove safe chain of custody from the manufacturer to the vendor to you, in order to prevent recurrence of previous instances where the devices being loaded with hacked, wallet stealing firmware.

Isaac Anderson
Isaac Anderson

trips

Colton Stewart
Colton Stewart

I don't care. They made it too fucking expensive for normal people to buy in on anything worthwhile, so let it die…

Lucas King
Lucas King

cryptocurrencies are a court-jew invention. They aren't and cannot be decentralized because their consensus in fake due to the global server farms, which, by the way are all funded by jews. Crypto currency is to do away with cash so that you cant spend anonymously. Which is what would be required to wage a war that wasnt coopted.

Kayden Myers
Kayden Myers

If the power goes out, [italics]all[/italics] currency is fucked. Even if >1% of USD existed in paper form, and even if >50% of it was in the USA, where the fuck are you going to spend it? All stores would be closed/looted, and there'd be no real value to the petro dollar anymore. Sure, it may limp along for a short while, but commodities and toiletries will likely be a much better store of value.
Don't forget the wammins, who, being risk averse, refused to become early adopters, but now cry sexism when guys' investments begin to mature. That actually happened a while ago, so it wouldn't surprise me if they were all jewesses and I just didn't notice at the time.

Christian Price
Christian Price

[italics]all[/italics]
yikes

Hudson Long
Hudson Long

[italics]
Where the fuck do you think you are?

Nolan Murphy
Nolan Murphy

It just shows how quick the Jew is to corrupt emerging technology that is counterproductive to his schemes.

I do, however, recommend you look into everything blockchain related. Otherwise you'd just have to take my word for it.

OP is right about crypto being overlooked. In like 95% cases they are scam schemes never able to provide a real product. BTC is also being targeted as it's not private, and as I suspect the biggest holders/whales have been sniffed down by CIA/NSA and I suspect they're holding the cards tight. In this case I actually support it, as long as the deep state isn't going to steal it from them, as they have no know-how to otherwise but to approve of it being subverted into their interests and schemes. You will see the biggest jumps and dives in the cryptosphere up untill the next dollar crash probably coming the next 2-3 years by my estimate. Buy low, sell high.

I'm pretty sure, however, that the biggest gold mines will be in the emerging projects that got solid leadership and will sove real issues. So far none have been presented to me. (((Ripple))), for instance, is just the banks new adopted mulatto to show how fancy they are. It's not even decentralized.

Most projects will never solve real time problems until the whole banana is thought out. The scalability aspect, the interoperability aspect and the governance side of it.

Bitcoin is Jewed hard. It's still good to hold, but you must realize it's all being played out by the big interests and organizations out there. The moment the MSM started shilling for it you knew it was going to be another bubble-burst scheme playing itself out. You can count on it will repeat itself out in the next year too.

New projects with newly written technology in NEW communities will be the focus you should go for. Not the hipster ERC20 token guys, but the heavy-duty geeks with peer-review process and serious tech companies who try to make real digital credentials for everyone to use who also implement the universities and educate new staffs to develop the protocols further.

If not, just play the Jew game with all the rest, corrupted and poorly written shit tokens, like all the erc20 ones..

Only monero, dash and cardano seem fair options to me. zcash, for instance, is made in Isral. Go figure where your trust lies in that.

At some point Bitcoin will be irrelevant. That is inevitable. It's the gatekeeper coin so far but only that. Buy in on the good projects that do fill out a niece, like Monero is and will continue to be the illegal drug markets favorite and Dash is community-based with their treasury model.

At some point the tokens will break off more and more, but they will still be influenced by other projects.

Lots and lots of governments in the third world don't got financial services. It's simply not profitable for the world bank to. Luckily this will serve usefull for the next gen cryptos with able bodies who wants to make the next world financial system from scratch with scalabe protocols.

It's just going to play itself out.

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Gabriel Bell
Gabriel Bell

Wat

Logan Thomas
Logan Thomas

I don't understand why people think crypto is good. If you can't access the internet, your wealth is gone. Crypto can only work in a time of excess, in which other currencies are doing well. If the dollar fails, no one in this country is going to use crpyto because it's not tangible. It's not safe. You can't trade a guy for bullets or toilet paper with a fucking code.

Jonathan Lopez
Jonathan Lopez

Which is why it's only an option if you believe things won't turn full SHTF.

Blake Bennett
Blake Bennett

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Easton Cox
Easton Cox

Even a money market fund is a security. A CD if sold through a dealer is a security. There are extra rules to follow, both federal and state, in order for sales/trades of a security to not be “restricted.”

Eli Baker
Eli Baker

Friendly reminder Chainlink is a scam by people from cuckchan /biz/ in a backroom chat, they picked Chainlink to shill because it pays 80% of the coins to the masternode holders who upload news data in formats that bots can read and impact trading, the point is that it has no purpose except to pay whales, who then cash out on your investment. Anyone who buys it at this stage (you had to buy in early to get a masternode, they got it for almost nothing) is just being scammed by a manipulation group. Dont buy Chainlink, people who promote that here deserve to be shot for promoting white genocide by trying to destroy the economic power of white activists. A hostile act on our race.

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Lucas Jenkins
Lucas Jenkins

In PoS its who owns the coins, and in anything with masternodes.

Nicholas Thompson
Nicholas Thompson

You found the moment of death. The "death node".

Nicholas Baker
Nicholas Baker

kikecoin
You mean no one cares.

Lincoln Robinson
Lincoln Robinson

Monero is accepted in some online stores, it was getting a bunch of deals before the markets tanked, now people dont want to touch it. Its built into online payment processors, the game Fortnite actually added it, then retracted their adding it and said it was a mistake because it was just on by default on their payment processors, I think thats bullshit and they had some order from powerful kikes to stop using it, but anyways its built into online payment processors already.

Jayden Reed
Jayden Reed

Interresting.

One could make a habit of linking Jewish interests versus crypto interests for the newfags and millennials

The Jew doesn't want to understand it destroys himself, getting pulled into the game. However, I believe even the biggest Jew can see the benefit of trust in a system, that upholds everyone's credentials. Trust doesn't come easy, but if we can achieve this as a species I genuinely believe even the 99,9% of private Jews will see how they, themselves, are being played out playing the boogiemen.

Dominic Cooper
Dominic Cooper

Ah fuck. Was painting in a large closet with the door shut, not that anyone is going to believe that. Also, I thought I was in /biz/, not that that's an acceptable excuse…
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Wyatt Bell
Wyatt Bell

Jews build Crypto, No One Notices

(((Bitcoin))) is (((Bancor))), the One-Word-Crypto-Shekel

Leo Thompson
Leo Thompson

The whole point of Bitcoin is that there is no central autority, only consensus. The ZOG can make a bank freeze or wipe out your accounts.
You can memorize a safe (long, random) password (your private key), don't fuck up and disclose the pasword and nobody but you is able to take coins from that "brainwallet".
To subvert Bitcoin you would have to control over 50% of the mining AND make sure the rest don't notice and agree to revert the changes you try to introduce.

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Julian Price
Julian Price

prevent quantum computers from hacking it.
They're in use already?

Jordan Robinson
Jordan Robinson

The entire point of limiting ICOs to accredited investors is to prevent a constant stream of worthless shitcoins being created by scammers to inflate the value via ICO sales and then dump them all.
So the point is to eliminate competition?

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Ryder Green
Ryder Green

I'd like to see them try and take my digital neet bucks from my cold dead hands.
swat team full of gen-x-ers and boomers shows up at my door
tells me at gunpoint to hand over the bitcoins
as if they were real coins
gets shot because boomers

Adam Reed
Adam Reed

Bankers dont like crypto because crypto fucks over bankers. The left attempted to steal crypto for the anarchy crowd but in reality it works against Jews, who are bankers.

Elijah Nguyen
Elijah Nguyen

Only a complete retard would buy Ripple.

Bitcoin can, and still, will be able to be bought, held, and used.

In BF muh goobermint will mek it illegullz: Read some game theory. It's international, the cat's out of the bag.

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Wyatt Rivera
Wyatt Rivera

Why can't they do this for other things like silver or stocks?

Jason Phillips
Jason Phillips

Is copper 1oz rounds a good investment?

Elijah Richardson
Elijah Richardson

How exactly are they going to stop people from distributing de centralized currencies????

Just and ICO outside the system, anonymous.

Jeremiah Bailey
Jeremiah Bailey

Eventually you have to pay taxes.

Joseph Hernandez
Joseph Hernandez

Because they already have genius, the stocks game is rigged against you and silver and gold are being kept well below market value because the jews have created systems of trade, such as (((futures))) for example where the actual good need not be traded.

Jack Wilson
Jack Wilson

How do Etherium and Monero stack up against each other in terms of features?

Jaxson Rogers
Jaxson Rogers

If you think gold and silver are going to be the new standard again, you're out of your mind. Please just consider the logistics and security concerns of holding precious metals. If you think gold and silver will become the standard, you're basically lining up to become a permanent underclass to black people. They will forcefully take it from you while you are sleeping. Gold is money for fucking monkeys my dude.

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