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  • BlockFi’s Zac Prince Leaves Crypto, Joins Real Estate Tech Startup Re Cost Seg
    by /u/badfishbeefcake on April 18, 2024 at 8:04 pm

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  • Annie Thomas wave financial llc
    by /u/Big-Worldliness5162 on April 18, 2024 at 7:56 pm

    I brought her tens of thousands of dollars, she said that the money would be available immediately if we wanted to copy it, as soon as I wanted to make a withdrawal of money, she started bringing me more expenses, said that I need to put in more money to turn the profit into a capital because it is a large withdrawal compared to the capital I have in my account (she is the one that recommend the amout of the withdrewl I wanted to withdrew less) after I paid her she said that I had to pay tax even though she didn't tell me in advance that I had to pay and how much (she just said in the beginning of "the investment" that I won't worry about the tax and they would take care of it) That the money would come right away the moment pay so I had paid then she hardly answered and disappeared for a week or so, and then when she answered, she said that it was probably delayed because the value of the bitcoin had risen since the withdrawal and that you had to pay another fee to speed up the transaction, even though the withdrawal would come anyway and it was only to speed it up (that's how she told me) I told her that I can't pay and I don't have the money and she pressured me for two weeks to pay and then she told me that I have to pay a fine to the IRS(much more then she said i need to pay before that inorder to "speed up the transaction" I contacted the police because she was not ready to show me proof of the fine of the IRS or show herself in a Zoom video call(stay a way from her) submitted by /u/Big-Worldliness5162 [link] [comments]

  • Inflation is going up whether we raise rates or not
    by /u/tldrthestoryofmylife on April 18, 2024 at 7:50 pm

    Disclaimer: This is all my personal DD; DYOR, of course, or else you're the regard listening some other regard on r / cc and thus deserve no sympathy. We keep talking about rate hikes as if they're a solution to inflation, but nobody's talking about the reality that inflation (at least as measured by CPI) continues to go up despite higher rates. The reason for this is that rate hikes make the interest payments on the already-issued bonds higher, and that on its own makes everything net inflationary even after all the tightening and rate hikes. I'm not talking about the bonds owned by JPow; I'm talking about the ones owned by private entities like JP Morgan or even Mom&Pop. When a government bond matures, the principal amount, which hasn't been in circulation since before the issuance of the bond, comes back to the boomers that own them (albeit through a bunch of middleman counterparties in the finance industry); this is obviously inflationary, and that's not even counting the interest payments, which, by definition, circulate new money that never existed before when they get paid out. Every time JPow tightens, the rate on the interest payments goes up, and Janet Yellen gives out more money to the boomers and the institutions. That's where the inflation is coming from, regards; this is why, instead of expecting inflation to go down b/c of higher rates like the Fed does, I expect it to go up despite higher rates. TL;DR (in regard speak): I borrow money from you, and I spend it all on hookers and blow, so now I have nothing to pay you back with. My solution to this problem is to empty out your kid's piggy bank, replace it with Monopoly money, use the real stuff to pay you back, and convince your kid that everything is fine and it's him who made a mistake by not working harder and stashing enough [Monopoly] money. Problem is, your kid's out killing rats in the train station for food b/c he's shit poor now, and I have to give him something to stop him from bitching about it... So here I am looking for access to your unborn grandchildren's piggy banks... submitted by /u/tldrthestoryofmylife [link] [comments]

  • How Cardano's EUTXO model unlocks blockchain's potential
    by /u/sillychillly on April 18, 2024 at 7:39 pm

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  • Crypto Trader’s $110 Million Manipulation Case Now With Jury
    by /u/btcangl on April 18, 2024 at 5:53 pm

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  • Identifying and Quantifying Bitcoin by Age
    by /u/etherd0t on April 18, 2024 at 5:34 pm

    Would it be possible to identify and quantify all Bitcoin minted at different times since its inception, and assign a value based on its age or minted "seniority"? Such as the older, the more valuable or... the other way around: the newer the more valuable given it's exponential minting difficulty. In both cases a different "token of value" or "quantifiable/appraisal mechanism" would emerge, to calculate and measure differentially every bitcoin holding value. This could reduce bitcoin to a 'collectible' of course, rather than a 'store of value' -- however, it could also create a tiered market of Bitcoin, adding layers of analysis and speculation that are currently not present in the cryptocurrency market. What's your thoughts? submitted by /u/etherd0t [link] [comments]

  • Megadrop: Binance reveals new launchpad for early Web3 project access
    by /u/0xJonnyDee on April 18, 2024 at 5:11 pm

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  • $1.72 Billion Worth of Bitcoin Shifted to Accumulation Addresses Following Drop Below $63K: Data
    by /u/asso on April 18, 2024 at 4:47 pm

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  • Happy 10th birthday Monero!
    by /u/drjacks on April 18, 2024 at 3:04 pm

    Thank you devs! A decade of Monero pushing the boundaries of digital cash 🎉 Take a few minutes today to remember that Monero is not some autonomous thing, but is made up of the hard-working devs, researchers, and community members who take time out of their lives to help create and improve a powerful tool for freedom. Know any of the people working their asses off to make Monero better? Send them a quick "thank you" message or donation today for all they've done! Working on Monero is HARD but immensely valuable, and those working on Monero should know how grateful we are. Credits: https://twitter.com/sethforprivacy/status/1780917163777200540 submitted by /u/drjacks [link] [comments]

  • Binance CEO discusses stablecoin regulation and detained executive at Token2049
    by /u/drjacks on April 18, 2024 at 2:41 pm

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