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    I know zilch about this topic but recently met a guy who was very enthusiastic and seemingly knowledgeable about it. He swears XRP is the thing to get on, something about the financial system adopting it for all cross-border transfers?
    XRP are still currently embroiled with the SEC over some legal questions. Iím put off by the 100 billion coin supply, of which over half is still yet to meet circulation. One of the founders is notorious for dumping his coins on the market as well, tanking the price everytime he does so.

    Lots of people think XRP is going to be the blockchain used to transact derivatives between banks, thereby capturing a multi-trillion dollar market, sending the price to $1000ís per coin. But if you search the ISDA (International Swaps and Derivatives) website, the only associate members from the blockchain industry I see on their list are Algorand, Fragmos chain and Finastra (Fusion LenderCom). Fragmos and Finastra seem to be built on Corda R3 which is a private blockchain retail investors arenít allowed to invest into. There might be some others, but not been through them all in detail.

    I personally see the banks choosing one of their own private/permissioned blockchains on the Corda network for most of their transactions in the future. How much is the cross border payments industry really worth if theyíre not using it for derivatives? Especially when theyíve got blockchains like Hbar working with some of the largest banks in the world to take a slice of the market share.

    Iím unsure about Ripple so itís not something I feel comfortable holding any significant portion of my portfolio in. They might be doing great things that I havenít heard about though, itís not a project Iíve been keeping up to date with lately.
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    With the mass adoption of cryptocurrencies recently it seemed like a good time to take my cryptocurrency portfolio a little more seriously. This thread will be for the deep dive research Iím doing behind various cryptocurrencies on the market, with the goal of making solid long term investments. If anyones thinking of getting into the crypto market, consider this a basic guide on how to get started. Although this isnít investment advice, Iím just sharing the various plays I plan on making. Please do your own due diligence and if you plan on playing the crypto casino, only invest what youíre prepared to lose as all of this could easily come crashing down at some point and youíd be left with nothing. With that caveat out the way, lets beginÖ


    Hi Jayke
    I have been following this thread for a bit but have not read every post. I have only been in the crypto market for about 2 months. Thought I would give it a try but only with some money that would not change my life if all were lost to the crypto gods. It is a completely different animal than the stock market and in many respects, it is a lot like the wild west without much in the way of regulation. Draw, aim, shoot, fire, and when the smoke clears you are either wounded, dead, or very much alive. I understand that a responsible investor would be in it for the long-term but the way this market is moving up and down it is almost impossible not to look at the short and mid-term opportunities. I completely understand that nobody knows how the crypto market is going to behave but I would like to get your thoughts on a few issues.

    1. What exchanges do you think are the best to use?

    After trying and checking out several exchanges I have settled on two.

    Robinhood because it allows access to the major cryptos and it is easy to use. That said it is extremely limited. Does not allow transfers in or out and seems to have a very limited range of cryptos that you can buy. I believe that is about to change.

    Coinbase has become my major go-to exchange. It is easy to use, easy to understand, and is fairly user-friendly. I have only recently discovered Coinbase Pro (very low fees) which I will now use for buying and selling. Once the transactions are completed I plan to move the coins back to Coinbase to view accounts.

    2. I believe that the crypto market will shake out to only useful coins and probably ones that are environmentally responsible. Do you agree?

    3. I believe that we are at the bottom of the curve for crypto to find mainstream acceptance. Do you agree?

    4. What is your take on Siacoin?

    Realize that nobody has all the answers regarding this market but you seem to possess a good understanding of where it is and where it is going. Not looking for any long answers just some quick thoughts.

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    Hi Jayke
    I have been following this thread for a bit but have not read every post. I have only been in the crypto market for about 2 months. Thought I would give it a try but only with some money that would not change my life if all were lost to the crypto gods. It is a completely different animal than the stock market and in many respects, it is a lot like the wild west without much in the way of regulation. Draw, aim, shoot, fire, and when the smoke clears you are either wounded, dead, or very much alive. I understand that a responsible investor would be in it for the long-term but the way this market is moving up and down it is almost impossible not to look at the short and mid-term opportunities. I completely understand that nobody knows how the crypto market is going to behave but I would like to get your thoughts on a few issues.

    1. What exchanges do you think are the best to use?

    After trying and checking out several exchanges I have settled on two.

    Robinhood because it allows access to the major cryptos and it is easy to use. That said it is extremely limited. Does not allow transfers in or out and seems to have a very limited range of cryptos that you can buy. I believe that is about to change.

    Coinbase has become my major go-to exchange. It is easy to use, easy to understand, and is fairly user-friendly. I have only recently discovered Coinbase Pro (very low fees) which I will now use for buying and selling. Once the transactions are completed I plan to move the coins back to Coinbase to view accounts.

    2. I believe that the crypto market will shake out to only useful coins and probably ones that are environmentally responsible. Do you agree?

    3. I believe that we are at the bottom of the curve for crypto to find mainstream acceptance. Do you agree?

    4. What is your take on Siacoin?

    Realize that nobody has all the answers regarding this market but you seem to possess a good understanding of where it is and where it is going. Not looking for any long answers just some quick thoughts.
    1. Binance.com is the best one Iíve used so far, mostly because you can send direct bank deposits to avoid paying any fees when you initially purchase your crypto, and they have a great range of crypto to trade. Anything I canít find on Binance is usually listed on kucoin. Binance.us (the American version) is supposed to be much more restricted from what Iíve heard, not as many coins to choose from due to tighter regulations.

    2. Even Bitcoin miners gravitate towards renewable energy. If energy consumption is your main overhead, people naturally want to find more economic ways to lower their costs. So yeah Iíd agree utility and environmentally friendly blockchains will draw in the larger market shares eventually.

    3. Cryptocurrency has definitely passed its proof of concept stage. Itís well beyond mainstream acceptance now. When African governments try to ban Bitcoin because its making their national currency and the governments who print it redundant, you know itís well into the mainstream adoption phase. Crypto trading and hodling is a global phenomenon already. Itís true potential is only just starting to seep into mainstream awareness right now though.

    4. Only just looked it up now. Sia is the utility token of a decentralised file storage system. Looks good fundamentally, the only thing Iíd be concerned about is what happens to the stored data when Sia goes through one of its hard forks. Not sure how thatíd impact ownership of the stored data, how do you retrieve it from 2 different forks of the chain? Plus filecoin is another decentralised storage system thatís already got first mover advantage. Out of the two Iíd rather buy filecoin, but it depends if you actually plan on storing files on it or youíre just using it to invest. Filecoins much lower supply would make it appreciate in price faster imo. But havenít mapped out either of their networks in any detail so couldnít say for certain.

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    New interview with Silvio Micali. I like how he casually mentions about creating a blockchain secure enough to support trillions of dollars worth of value exchange each year. As well as lots of other fascinating insights.

    ~~~~~~~~

    Algorand first movers in locking down some business with Mayor Suarez ahead of the big crypto conference in Miami this week.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/wsford/st...93492999774208


    https://mobile.twitter.com/Algorand/...01475959947269


    https://mobile.twitter.com/stevekoki...91389837389825


    https://mobile.twitter.com/wsford/st...11808229347330


    https://mobile.twitter.com/KeliCalla...21894976753671
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    Would love to be in Miami this week, pretty much everyone I follow in the crypto space is going to be there.

    ~~~~~~~~

    More behind the scenes pics from the Algo camp. Ethereums Vitalik Buterin with Algorands Sean Ford and Mayor Suarez!

    https://mobile.twitter.com/Bellumio/...58106399694853


    https://mobile.twitter.com/wsford/st...61683876855822

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    A quick, slightly off-topic post.

    I have communicated in two places about bitcoin. Here on Avalon, and with another English guy through my work. Neither of these contacts are aware of my surname. (Bill might be, can't recall details of information disclosed on sign-up).

    Certainly neither know my landline number, which is ex-directory.

    Got home tonight and my elder son just told me there had been a phone call from someone wanting to talk to me about bitcoin. He (my son) was very vague ( as are most of his communications - he is 16!) with details of what the caller wanted but he thought they were wanting to sell bitcoin to me. He hung up.

    The point is, this HAS to be a result of data sharing. I can see no other explanation. I try to keep a very limited and obfuscated footprint wherever I go. The only communication with the English guy was via 'Messenger'? on an android phone - whatever is installed as a default, and, as I mentioned, here on Project Avalon.

    The mystery is deep for me, as even if Google is the main data-sharing culprit then surely my mobile number would be the one shared, not an ex-directory number.

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    Quote Posted by Ewan (here)
    A quick, slightly off-topic post.

    I have communicated in two places about bitcoin. Here on Avalon, and with another English guy through my work. Neither of these contacts are aware of my surname. (Bill might be, can't recall details of information disclosed on sign-up).

    Certainly neither know my landline number, which is ex-directory.

    Got home tonight and my elder son just told me there had been a phone call from someone wanting to talk to me about bitcoin. He (my son) was very vague ( as are most of his communications - he is 16!) with details of what the caller wanted but he thought they were wanting to sell bitcoin to me. He hung up.

    The point is, this HAS to be a result of data sharing. I can see no other explanation. I try to keep a very limited and obfuscated footprint wherever I go. The only communication with the English guy was via 'Messenger'? on an android phone - whatever is installed as a default, and, as I mentioned, here on Project Avalon.

    The mystery is deep for me, as even if Google is the main data-sharing culprit then surely my mobile number would be the one shared, not an ex-directory number.
    Zenobia Godschalk did a TED talk on internet security and blockchain. She does mention how easy it is to find peopleís personal data leaked online. Doubt the leak came from this forum, it could be from any number of websites where youíve had to use your full name and phone number to sign up. Bitcoin is just a hot topic at the moment so no doubt the scammers are using the same line with everyone they call.


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    Hi Jayke
    Thanks for posting the Ted Talk video above, it was enlightening about blockchain.

    The purpose of this post is to get your thoughts on Bitcoin. I have been dabbling in the crypto market for only about 2 months so I am still learning. I am interested for two reasons, firstly as an investor and secondly because I think digital currency is the future and I want to have a basic understanding of how it works. I have made a conscious effort to stay away from Bitcoin. I had a very hard time understanding why people in the crypto world were getting so upset with Elon Musk every time he commented on Bitcoin, after all, Bitcoin is just one of the thousands of Cryptos. Then over the weekend, I was looking at some crypto charts and it finally dawned on me that every single cryptocurrency is mimicking the crypto chart of Bitcoin. So as Bitcoin goes so goes the entire crypto market. Of course, the market is reactionary to good or bad news about each cryptocurrency as it wins new contracts or had technological breakthroughs but once the temporary adjustment has been made it settles into the same pattern and caricature of the Bitcoin chart. So now it makes perfect sense, when Musk says something about bitcoin he is actually influencing the entire crypto market.

    Also, do you think this is a correct assessment and what do you think the long term outlook is for bitcoin? It seems to me that many countries are looking at their own digital currencies and they would love to see the demise of Bitcoin, if central banks or greedy countries want to destroy Bitcoin before launching their own currencies they could easily do so.

    Your thoughts
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    Hi Jayke
    Thanks for posting the Ted Talk video above, it was enlightening about blockchain.

    The purpose of this post is to get your thoughts on Bitcoin. I have been dabbling in the crypto market for only about 2 months so I am still learning. I am interested for two reasons, firstly as an investor and secondly because I think digital currency is the future and I want to have a basic understanding of how it works. I have made a conscious effort to stay away from Bitcoin. I had a very hard time understanding why people in the crypto world were getting so upset with Elon Musk every time he commented on Bitcoin, after all, Bitcoin is just one of the thousands of Cryptos. Then over the weekend, I was looking at some crypto charts and it finally dawned on me that every single cryptocurrency is mimicking the crypto chart of Bitcoin. So as Bitcoin goes so goes the entire crypto market. Of course, the market is reactionary to good or bad news about each cryptocurrency as it wins new contracts or had technological breakthroughs but once the temporary adjustment has been made it settles into the same pattern and caricature of the Bitcoin chart. So now it makes perfect sense, when Musk says something about bitcoin he is actually influencing the entire crypto market.

    Also, do you think this is a correct assessment and what do you think the long term outlook is for bitcoin? It seems to me that many countries are looking at their own digital currencies and they would love to see the demise of Bitcoin, if central banks or greedy countries want to destroy Bitcoin before launching their own currencies they could easily do so.

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    Iíve been saying since Musk was blamed for the first crash it looks like a problem-reaction-solution play to get the regulators more involved. With his latest shenanigans over the weekendódumping Bitcoin and pumping cumrocket meme coinóit does look like heís goading the SEC to step up. At least his latest actions have caught the attention of Anonymous hacker group who called him out in a great expose vid:


    Iím still bullish on Bitcoin longterm. The market makers are all about inflicting Ďmax painí on the retail investors, but as someone said on Twitter recently, max pain would be taking the price of Bitcoin to a million dollars before 99% of the global population has chance to buy any.

    The reason most altcoin charts mimick Bitcoin is due to about 70% of all trading is done through bots these days, which automatically sell off any altcoin positions to buy more Bitcoin when the Bitcoin price goes down, and vice versa when the price goes up. The bots keep the prices fairly well correlated.

    Cryptobanter did a good video today showing which coins remained strong through the recent dips, mostly DeFi orientated coins, which seems to be the new narrative thatíll push the next leg of the bull market.


    One piece of bullish news for Bitcoin to come out of the Miami conference over the weekend was the president of El Salvador stating his intent to make Bitcoin legal tender in their country. If more countries begin to follow suit, thereís not much chance of Bitcoin being regulated out of existence.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/Davincij1...84076030205957

    Longterm the crypto space is still on target for $2 trillion year on year growth until ď10% of global GDP will be on blockchain technology by 2025Ē as the World Economic Forum has stated, so Iím just dollar-cost-averaging into my favourite coins right now, adding to my positions each week without worrying about short term volatility. Iím still expecting a $100k Bitcoin this year, even if it has to bounce back down to $14k first before it goes on the next leg of the run.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/Pladizow/...73971214647299
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    I saw a vid of Crypto Banter in which the conclusion of most of the Bitcoin vips during the Miami Conference was that Elon Musk is being forced to say these things about Bitcoin. He makes really weird tweets about his heart being broken and then a comic in which he states he misses his love (being Bitcoin). So the opinion is that Musk is being forced away from Bitcoin by other forces. That could explain the really weird behavior. Because he is really contradicting himself. He tweeted a while ago that its a war between fiat currency and crypto and that his money would be on crypto.

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    I had a very hard time understanding why people in the crypto world were getting so upset with Elon Musk every time he commented on Bitcoin, after all, Bitcoin is just one of the thousands of Cryptos. Then over the weekend, I was looking at some crypto charts and it finally dawned on me that every single cryptocurrency is mimicking the crypto chart of Bitcoin. So as Bitcoin goes so goes the entire crypto market.
    It's not always the entire crypto market per say, technically it's all leveraged/futures coins. It's common for whales / market makers to dump the price on the futures market when funding rates are high, people are over leveraged and there's liquidity to grab from liquidations.

    Non-leveraged Defi coins can moon while BTC drops. BSC coins come out everyday that people funnel liquidity into. Some of these coins do 20x in hours.

    People want to play, gamble, BSC is like a wild west casino. High R/R. But people love to gamble regardless of what BTC is doing.


    Insider info on how liquidity grabs are engineered.
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    Michael Saylor was looking to raise another $500 million in bonds to buy more Bitcoin. Heís already had $1.6 billion worth of interest from hedge fund investors in only 2 days!

    Even with all the FUD lately, this kind of demand should make for an interesting second leg of the bullrun once the markets get going again.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/Bloqport/...53133624479753

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    Paranormal Dimensions- David Young w/ guest Win Keech
    Paranormal UK Radio Network
    6/8/221
    (Win is a whistleblower/scientist who was very instrumental in developing the credit card system and is working on a new device that would allow for bartering. He warns about the dangers of the "social credit system". He thinks the next 2 months are going to be very critical for humanity. An interesting point he makes which I had never heard about before is that Cuba used to be a huge source of natural medicinal remedies, but the embargo has prevented them from marketing said remedies. Win thinks this is due to Big Pharma, which certainly makes sense.)

    "Win is a paranormal researcher/experienced who investigates many avenues of the paranormal. In this show he talks about battles with Reptilians', Crop circles, Astral Travel and the evil challenges facing us all."

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    Quote Posted by onawah (here)
    Paranormal Dimensions- David Young w/ guest Win Keech
    Paranormal UK Radio Network
    6/8/221
    (Win is a whistleblower/scientist who was very instrumental in developing the credit card system and is working on a new device that would allow for bartering. He warns about the dangers of the "social credit system". He thinks the next 2 months are going to be very critical for humanity. An interesting point he makes which I had never heard about before is that Cuba used to be a huge source of natural medicinal remedies, but the embargo has prevented them from marketing said remedies. Win thinks this is due to Big Pharma, which certainly makes sense.)

    "Win is a paranormal researcher/experienced who investigates many avenues of the paranormal. In this show he talks about battles with Reptilians', Crop circles, Astral Travel and the evil challenges facing us all."

    Audio: https://api.spreaker.com/download/ep...y_7th_june.mp3

    https://www.spreaker.com/user/paukra...n12fbhHWtYsLlI

    Also posted here: https://projectavalon.net/forum4/sho...=1#post1433064
    What is the relation to crypto?

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    He's developing a new device which would allow for bartering and would help keep people from having to become part of the "social credit system".
    No cryptocurrency involved, but better because it's barter.

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    Paranormal Dimensions- David Young w/ guest Win Keech
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    (Win is a whistleblower/scientist who was very instrumental in developing the credit card system and is working on a new device that would allow for bartering. He warns about the dangers of the "social credit system". He thinks the next 2 months are going to be very critical for humanity. An interesting point he makes which I had never heard about before is that Cuba used to be a huge source of natural medicinal remedies, but the embargo has prevented them from marketing said remedies. Win thinks this is due to Big Pharma, which certainly makes sense.)

    "Win is a paranormal researcher/experienced who investigates many avenues of the paranormal. In this show he talks about battles with Reptilians', Crop circles, Astral Travel and the evil challenges facing us all."

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    Default Re: Cryptocurrency: which alt-coins are the globalist corporations backing and why?

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    Michael Saylor was looking to raise another $500 million in bonds to buy more Bitcoin. Heís already had $1.6 billion worth of interest from hedge fund investors in only 2 days!

    Even with all the FUD lately, this kind of demand should make for an interesting second leg of the bullrun once the markets get going again.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/Bloqport/...53133624479753
    This is big news. Specifically the interest from hedge funds. The people selling are the retail investor while the institutions and large investors (whales) are buying behind the scenes. I also believe the El Salvador news is important as well. It's not that a tiny country is choosing bitcoin as their currency, the big news for me is that they are making it legal tender along side USD. This is the first domino to fall, The question I now have is how fast will the next one come in to play?
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    https://twitter.com/MitchKlee_/statu...641539079?s=20

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    Default Re: Cryptocurrency: which alt-coins are the globalist corporations backing and why?

    Why isn't anyone following the RV data of ALL cryptos vanishing in 2023? That's what has my interest now. A lot of suicides are seen as a result, Saylor's brain was probed (he ends up losing it all) as was Vitalik's...........interesting times ahead.

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    Default Re: Cryptocurrency: which alt-coins are the globalist corporations backing and why?

    Wow, wasnít expecting the El Salvador bill for making Bitcoin legal tender in their country to pass so quickly. By a vote of 62 out of 84, the proposal is now legally approved:

    https://mobile.twitter.com/nayibbuke...46890466217985


    https://mobile.twitter.com/nayibbuke...07224916836352


    https://mobile.twitter.com/Bitcoinbe...79870626148352

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