Told my Mother to read 'The Creature From Jekyll Island' by Edward Griffin. Not only did she read it in one day, she sent me this quote, sells all her bank shares and has just bought her first Bitcoin. Tell everyone you know to read this book and read it yourself if you haven't!
Bitcoin Betting in the UK Is Getting More Popular. Convenience and anonymity fall into the top bracket of reasons to use them. Crypto allows players to make deposits online without sharing any banking details.
What is a crypto address? Blockchain addresses are strings of text that are used to send or receive cryptocurrency. You can copy & paste them or share them as QR codes. Also, some addresses can only be used once (Bitcoin), others can be reused (Ethereum), similar to bank account numbers.
Twitter hacker sends coins through Wasabi mixer. Wasabi directly acknowledges use of their service by crooks, then saying "but *most* of our users aren't crooks! that we know of!" this will definitely go well for them
Think twice before posting how much Bitcoin you have. You are putting a target on your back!
Hello everyone, I felt like it was needed for me to make this post after seeing so many posts including details of Bitcoin purchases of vast amounts. When you make a post about having lots of Bitcoin, you are really just telling hackers that your device is of interest to them. This is of particular importance if you are using your own personal Reddit account to make these posts as you likely have some information on you profile which they could use for social engineering techniques. That's all I have to say, have a good day :)
Bank lawyer here. Can confirm that the lion's share of my day is spent wringing my hands and seething "What's to be done about this BITCOIN."
We have plans of attack drawn up and draft pleadings for injunctive and declaratory relief ready to file for the inevitable day when the other shoe drops. I've spent weeks on the road delivering PowerPoint presentations to terrified in-house counsels, attempting in vain to assuage their fears. I'm a fine lawyer, but I can't spin straw into gold -- between the blockchain and smart contracts we're not even going to HAVE a legal system to protect us anymore. I didn't come here to vent, so I'll cut to the chase: I don't know what the FUCK it is you people are doing down here, but you need to step it up. I don't need to tell you how increasingly cost-conscious our clients are becoming in light of bitcoin's ascendency, and I'm sure as hell not prepared to allow them to cut their litigation budget while the assholes in Information Management aren't pulling their weight. I know that many of you have been complaining to payable that your invoices are being reduced. Listen, kids, I REVIEW many of those invoices, and we both know you're either padding or you're just not delivering. The clients aren't going to pay the standard PPR if you're not providing adequate information restructuring. You probably didn't even read that vendor contract, but rest assured that I have. You don't have a leg to stand on. God, look, I'm sorry -- I don't mean to take this out on you guys. I know most of you are doing a great job. We're just under an enormous amount of pressure here, and I can't create effective legal precedent when the time comes if you guys aren't effectively managing the framing of the debate before things get that far. Help me do my job, and I'll help you do yours. Don't hesitate to call me on my direct if I can be of any assistance on my end (I assume most of you have it in your outlook contacts -- if not, check the nickname matrix under the "Legal" tab). We'll make it through this. Best, -TTR
I'm 18, moving to Scotland and I'd love your investment advice. Please help me out!
Hi all, I'm moving back to Scotland in a month or 2, and I want to set up my ISA and start investing. Currently, I invest 20% of everything I make from copywriting into bitcoin and don't sell. I treat it like an ETF and I'm buying for the long run. However, I'd like to start investing in an ETF for the long run as well. Can someone please take the time to explain how this works with my ISA and the regulations surrounding it? How are dividends paid? Can I withdraw my investment before I'm 60? Should I use Vanguard? Also, let's say I want to invest in individual stocks such as MRNA. Not trading, just companies that I like and believe in, to hopefully make a decent dividend payout in a few years from now. Should I set this up with my ISA as well? I'd probably use Robinhood tbh. Thanks in advance :)
When people find out I own bitcoin they always ask me, if you can’t physically have it how do you know it’s not going to disappear tomorrow. I never know how to fully answer it. What would be a good way to answer it
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