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002timmy

Thank you stranger. Shows the award.

Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.

When you come across a feel-good thing.

For an especially amazing showing.



002timmy

When you come across a feel-good thing.

Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.

Thank you stranger. Shows the award.


002timmy

Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.

Thank you stranger. Shows the award.

When you come across a feel-good thing.

For an especially amazing showing.

A glowing commendation for all to see


002timmy

When you come across a feel-good thing.


002timmy

When you come across a feel-good thing.

Thank you stranger. Shows the award.

Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.

So buff, wow




002timmy

When you come across a feel-good thing.

Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.






002timmy

So buff, wow

Thank you stranger. Shows the award.

Add my power to yours.

*Lowers face into palm*

Shows the Silver Award... and that's it.

When you come across a feel-good thing.


  1. Inverse Cramer is the only one I know of

  2. In the beginning I copied what Reddit users did, went bad. Transferring my portfolio to Celsius was the first trading decision I made myself, went worse..

  3. https://giphy.com/gifs/lfMVrwKk8eL96

  4. https://giphy.com/gifs/VzlPFliZCQQpYvrUDH

  5. https://giphy.com/gifs/lfMVrwKk8eL96

  6. Brave browser is nice. Runs on chromium (same as Google chrome) and added privacy. I’d use it just for the privacy alone. Getting a few bucks in crypto every month is a nice cherry on top.

  7. https://giphy.com/gifs/J1vUzqdZJlh5AqBWxt

  8. Imagine minorities not trusting the current banking system...

  9. While I get your point, I highly doubt an 18 year old black American is buying crypto because he doesn’t trust the banking system. He’s buying because he wants to get rich

  10. Could be both though. I mean let's be real, that distrust starts at an early age for good reason. Also - what the title of the article calls young, sounds more like "30s" young when reading the article.

  11. I’m not shocked either. It’s just the word “dominates,” to me, implied a victory by young, black American, and to me it seems more like there’s still progress to be made.

  12. What do you mean by review? If you mean “look at projects and rebalance/start a new DCA allocation,” I do this about once a month. If you mean, “look at its size,” I do this usually once in the morning during my morning poo and occasionally before bed. And then when there is Fed news or inflation news I usually look a few more times just to see how the market is responding.

  13. Proof that the best way to have a hundred million dollar + market cap is by having an runaway inflation mechanism!

  14. “Am I therefore become your enemy, because I tell you the truth?” Galatians 4:16, KJV

  15. Neuron is the non-custodial wallet for CKB. I believe it costs ~2 CKB to transfer off CDC, and afterwards your CKB is entirely in your control

  16. That's way too complicated for the average person to do. We've still got a long way to go

  17. I agree it's complicated for the average person, but in theory the people here are interested in and invested in crypto. It's no different than buying a crypto on an CEX, sending that crypto to a non-custodial hot wallet, and participating in DeFi. Yes, it's complicated for the average person, but if you're actually participating in crypto in any way beyond buying, hodling, or trading on a CEX, you should be able to figure it out.

  18. 1 - get a job and step away from the market for a bit 2 - done

  19. Bold of you to assume I'm capable of getting a job!

  20. I'm not including my savings account, which is currently at 6 months of expenses.

  21. Love the table! Above makes a lot of sense. 15% is probably enough to keep things interesting. Sounds like you have a strong financial situation and would be able to recoup a 100% loss in crypto relatively easily

  22. Yes, I'm pretty fortunate in that sense. Also, as a note, I have a w-2 salaried position and then a side-hustle business that I own. 0% of my w-2 salary goes to crypto (so crypto and funded fully by my side-hustle). So while I'm open with my wife about my crypto investments and the size of my portfolio, she feel much better about me putting "extra" money into a high-risk asset, while my 401K and life ins policies are funded by my w-2. If I want to put more into crypto, I simply spend more time working on my side-business

  23. USDT (despite what this sub thinks) , USDC, DAI and BUSD are alive and pretty well.

  24. Precisely this. I keep a reserve of GUSD on Gemini with a ~6% APY to buy massive dips and to keep approximate pace with inflation. As long as the stablecoins are audited and backed 1:1, I feel safe parking funds there.

  25. Easy, they are fun to buy and tell your friends. It's clear your frame for the crypto space is "blockchain technology" and "use cases." That is perfectly fine and rationale.

  26. No hack, just a user receiving funds through an error. Wallet has been blocked, parachain is paused through vote of the community.

  27. Wait, you’re saying media outlets don’t fully understand what they write about in articles?

  28. I don’t know about 150k, I think 20k is a much more realistic number.

  29. I don’t know about $20k, I think $100 is a more realistic number.

  30. 5 weeks is much too short of a time period. This would have to be proven out over at least a full halvening cycle to make it statistically significant.

  31. https://giphy.com/gifs/l1J9PgYklopyf6uw8

  32. https://giphy.com/gifs/l41lI4bYmcsPJX9Go

  33. I’m not saying Bit Boy is a crayon eating pedophile. I’m saying crayon eating pedophiles look like Bit Boy.

  34. Instructions clear. Just mortgaged my left kidney so I can leverage trade Bitcoin futures.

  35. OP lists 4 scammy projects with unreasonably high APY.

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